From next season, alongside the men’s La Liga will be the women’s Liga Ellas.
The Spanish government last week approved the change. The league's 16 teams will be legally bound to provide the same basic conditions as men’s footballers, helping to improve everything from training to travel.
The breakthrough was brokered by Asociacion de Futbolistas Españoles, the Spanish player union that is affiliated to FIFPRO.
Boho was raised in Madrid and also has represented clubs including Rayo Vallecano and Atlético Madrid.
FIFPRO spoke to her about the news.
What does a professional league actually mean for players?
We had some basic rights under a collective agreement last year negotiated by AFE – such as a minimum monthly wage - but all players were essentially part-time.
Now thanks to extra funding there will be a range of improvements including better pay and minimum conditions for training facilities and match stadiums.
In the past, we have had 10-hour bus journeys to get to games on the other side of Spain. All that will change from next season. It's a big step forward.