La Liga, Barcelona & Girona ask Spanish FA for US sport permission
Barcelona, Girona and La Liga have requested the Spanish Soccer Federation for permission for the 2 Catalan golf equipment to relocate a match to the US.
The sport, Girona’s ‘house’ match, can be held at Miami’s Exhausting Rock Stadium on 26 January at 19:45 GMT.
A compensation bundle for Girona season ticket holders has been agreed.
RFEF, the US Soccer Federation, Uefa and Concacaf want to present permission for the sport to go forward.
Luis Rubiales, the president of the RFEF, has beforehand spoken out in opposition to the US sport.
The Spanish gamers’ union (AFE) has additionally opposed the match and following a gathering with La Liga on Monday, it mentioned the gamers would have the “final say”.
La Liga, Spain’s high flight, has agreed to play one sport a season within the US as a part of a 15-year cope with media firm Relevent.
Girona is in Catalonia, about 60 miles north east of Barcelona. The membership say the match represents an opportunity for growth and development, each for the membership and the area.
La Liga is planning to subsidise journey and lodging for followers affected by the relocated match.
For Girona season ticket holders, there will probably be 1,500 free flights to Miami, with a selection of staying in a single day for the weekend, or coming straight again after the match.
For many who don’t need to journey, there will probably be 5,000 free tickets to the away sport in opposition to Barcelona on the Nou Camp on 23 September and 20% off their season ticket. Followers who can’t do both would get a 40% low cost on their season ticket.