Jon Vázquez Eguskiza (Bilbao, 42 years old) has been appointed today, Monday 18th of February, as the new director of the Athletic Club Foundation.
The new director is an economist lawyer from the University of Deusto, he also studied Business Sciences at the UPV/EHU; Executive MBA at the Esden Business School; Advanced Management Program at the IE Business School; and General Management Program, Cambridge University at the Judge Business School.
Vázquez Eguskiza has developed his professional career during 15 years in different business lines of Kutxabank: commercial offices, Personal Banking, Business Banking and Corporate Banking.
Vázquez Eguskiza replaces Ricardo Mendiguren Egaña, who joined the Athletic Club Foundation in 2012 and has been the manager for the last four years. Athletic Club thanks Ricardo Mendiguren for his professionalism and wishes him the best of luck in the future.
Thinking Football will close today with the film “Kaiser”
After five days of cinema and debate, Thinking Football will come to an end with the screening of the film “Kaiser” by director Louis Myles.
De Marcos and Gurpegui on Football and Homophobia
Today, the Thinking Football Film Festival will screen the Swiss film “Mario”.
Erika Vázquez and Marta Unzué at the “Thinking Football” cineforum
The Thinking Football Film Festival has reached its halfway point and is offering a third day full of interesting content.
Feminism, freedom and football at “Thinking Football”
Today at the Sala BBK, in a double session, two films will be presented, the theme of which transcends the world of football and delves into the social reality of women living in countries like Iran and Libya.
“Nossa Chape” kicks off Thinking Football
Today at 7:00 pm, the Thinking Football Film Festival gets under way with the screening…
The director Inger Molin with Erika and Marta Unzué at Thinking Football
The documentary “Football for Better or for Worse”, which follows FC Rosengård, one of the…
Thinking Football: De Marcos, Gurpegui and Lou Engelfield on Football and Homophobia
On March 21, the Thinking Football Film Festival will screen the Swiss film “Mario”.
The director and star of “Freedom Fields” will attend Thinking Football
The documentary “Freedom Fields” by British/Libyan director Naziha Arebi will be screened on Tuesday March 19 at 8:00 pm at the Thinking Football Film Festival.
Thinking Football is back
Next Monday, at 19:00 in the BBK Hall (Bilbao) will begin the Thinking Football film festival.
Thinking Football dedicated to Eduardo Rodrigálvarez
The Athletic Club Foundation has decided to dedicate the seventh edition of the Thinking Football Film Festival to the memory of Eduardo Rodrigálvarez, the writer and red and white journalist who passed away last 10th of March.