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Initially, it was thought that the RFEF competitions would begin on October 18 but this has now officially confirmed as beginning on the 4 October for the First Division of Men’s futsal.
The RFEF Management Commission approved the competition rules for all categories of soccer and futsal, both male and female. In addition to launching the competition calendar and approving a proposal for a ‘Reinforced Protocol’ of the official competitions that it exclusively regulates, thus ending the roadmap for the start of the federation’s competitions, after it was confirmed last week the sanitary protocol approved by the High Council for Sports (CSD) for these competitions.
The competitions will begin on October 18, except for exceptions such as the First Iberdrola and the First Division of Men’s Futsal, which will start on October 4. Both competitions, like the Women’s Futsal First Division, are also an exception in the general criterion of dividing the categories into subgroups.
There will be a Co-financing Fund
Regarding the protocol, the RFEF commits to creating a Co-financing Fund for those Covid-19 control tests that the public health and sports administrations at the state and regional level advise and define. Chaired by Luis Rubiales, undertakes to contribute a part of the costs of said tests and also to facilitate the purchase of the tests to those clubs that, deciding to have to do them, have difficulties accessing them.
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