They went out from the changing area, towards the centre circle of the pitch, hand in hand with the two rival teams. They were given a commemorative gift, and they had the chance during the preceding days to visit the inside and the heart of the Sánchez Pizjuán stadium.
This story contains another equally lovely story, and it is that Pablo, a young boy who suffers from a non-common disease, attended with his inseparable father, to the meeting and the earlier accompanies Pablo on marathons, popular races throughout the world, to give him the support and stimulation that his son needs.
Later, the Sevilla Club de Fútbol became the champion of the Europa League; from Red Deporte we send them our congratulations. The thirty boys and girls present at this activity unanimously said that they’d fulfilled one of their wildest dreams: stepping out over the threshold of the stadium hand in hand with their idols on the most important night for players and fans of the club.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][/vc_column][/vc_row]