The signings at an early age mean that today’s players, flags of their teams have already dressed in other colors. Like Ainoa Tirapu and Erika (Athletic) or Marta Torrejón and Alexia (Barcelona). They arrived as teenagers, but having debuted on another team. La Masía, in fact, is one of the most prolific quarries, but its players usually have to leave to return. This is the case of Leila or Andrea Falcón. The azulgrana club, in addition, takes control of the great promises when they have already made debut in their equipment, as it happened to them with Patri Guijarro or Mariona. Similar case to Athletic that dominates the teams in the area and manages to attract great players like Lucía García (Oviedo), Moraza (Real Sociedad) or Maite Oroz (Osasuna). However, players also escape him, even if they return. Gimbert or Marta Unzue left to return. Amanda Sampredo, the example of ‘One Women Club’Amanda Sampedro is the great exponent of a ‘One women club’. The Madrilenian grew up watching Atlético. His dream was to wear red and white and when he started playing at school he had offers, but he waited for the club of his loves. He joined Atlético in 2002 and was able to sign for Rayo, then a leading women’s team, but his father convinced him to continue as a rojiblanco. In 2008 he debuted in the Queen’s Cup and managed to score his first goal for the rojiblanco. I was only 15 then. In the following season the first team alternated with the subsidiary. He was clear that he wanted to succeed at Atlético and was gaining weight despite his age. In 2010, at the age of 18, she was named captain. He is 26 years old, but his future is rojiblanco. It is no longer usual for a footballer to spend his entire career at the same club. From his debut in the first team until the day he hangs up his boots. Competitiveness, the difficulty of reaching and settling in the first team in the highest category and the desire to live new experiences make to the ‘One women club’ in a kind the danger of extinction. In Primera Iberdrola 27 players who, at the moment, have only dressed in a few colors.The great exponents in Spain of the ‘One women club’ are Melanie Serrano, Amanda Sampedro and Amparito, who have been on their teams for more than a decade. The Barcelona side is the player with the most seasons in the entity, already reaching fifteen courses, since his debut, in Barça. The rojiblanca is the great leader of Atlético after eleven seasons of mattress, while Amparito chains twelve seasons at Sevilla. However, they still have a long way to go. The azulgrana, with 30 years, is the oldest, but both Amanda and Amparito are only 26 years old and have a great future ahead.Earliness is the predominant note in women’s football. It is normal for players with 15 or 16 years of age to debut in the first team, which causes Young players such as Teresa (Deportivo), Paola Ulloa (Madrid CFF), Rosita Márquez and Irene Guerrero (Betis), Aitana (Barcelona), Olga Carmona (Sevilla) or Cinta (Sporting Huelva) are veterans in their teams despite being around twenty. They still have many years of football ahead, but there are signs of loyalty to their teams. This is the case of Irene Guerrero, who after eight seasons at Betis is the great captain, or Paola Ulloa at Madrid CFF with seven campaigns in target.