The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has confirmed that its Delegate Commission has approved the proposal today to suspend for two weeks all non-professional football and futsal matches at the state level, following the measures issued by the Central Government to prevent the extent of coronavirus. And, shortly afterwards, in imitation of the measure taken in Madrid, the Catalan Football Federation (FCF) has decided to suspend all matches in the territorial football and futsal competitions for two weeks as a precautionary measure for coronavirus SARS- CoV-2. That includes baseball games.
“The FCF believes that the health and well-being of members should prevail, and it is advisable to apply the most restrictive measure possible for reasons of public health,” says the statement of the Catalan.
A while earlier, in a statement to the Spanish Federation, he had stated that “these decisions will be subject to the changes we are advised at all times by the health and sports authorities” and added that he would keep proposals on possible dates change. for the finals of the Copa del Rey and the Copa de la Reina, as well as the matches of the absolute team.
The RFEF will also “invite the LNFP to join the Monitoring Committee, in order to jointly and jointly evaluate, as required by current legislation, the changes that are necessary to make the professional competitions”, as with the Commission National Indoor Soccer, the AFE union and the Indoor Soccer Associations “so they can join the monitoring and working group.” “Any future decision will also be made to the Delegate Commission or the competent body, considering that in this commission we will be prepared to respond to Spanish football in any scenario,” he added.