September 16, 2021

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What will the new La Liga look like that the president of the Spanish Federation wants to establish?

The President of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) Luis Rubiales participated in an event organized by the news agency Europa Press This Wednesday (14), in Madrid, he stated that he would propose changes in the league. According to the president, his idea is to reduce the number of matches in the competition and make it more attractive, including playing some matches in other countries such as the United States.

Tebas said that in the coming days he will invite Javier Tebas, president of La Liga, for a conversation, where he will present his ideas. He revealed some of them during his speech at the event.

“In the next few days I will invite Javier Tebas to sit down and try to change the current format of LaLiga. We have changed the format of several competitions and the result is there. It is necessary to reduce the dates in the calendar. With all due respect, we must suggest that there should be fewer days, but There’s more scene. You have to invent and attract the attention of the younger with passion. No fixed league. If we change the format, we have to do it unanimously, no one has to impose it on the other,” he began.

“We will suggest that there be neutral stadiums at the games. It will be fewer days, which will generate more income. You can study the games in Miami. Teams can play in and out. We can study. Now it is no longer able to play on a neutral stadium, everyone plays in Home and outside the same matches and that would distort the competition. You have to move. Boys and girls come with different fears than they did 30 years ago. You have to see if LaLiga wants to talk.”

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In addition to the changes in the Spanish championship, Rubiales also spoke about the possibility of Spain hosting world Cup 2030 and remembered Eurocop 2020, where Seville was among the 11 places in the country.

More than ten cities want the World Cup. Takes a state of mind. Is there anything better for a country? We needed the European Championship and the problem cannot be 25 vaccines. I did so much to maintain the Bilbao headquarters until an email arrived with seven unmet demands. Without fans, UEFA will exclude our headquarters. A lot of work has been done, but it just wasn’t possible. Then UEFA allowed the move (to Sevilla).”

“If I thought we couldn’t win, we wouldn’t run. With the support of the government and with King Philip as godfather, we have many options. We all have to add, even those who think football is just kicking the ball.”