Los summer championships return to Guijuelo, two years later. The Councilor for Sports, Carlos Arasahas presented the soccer tournament 7 and futsal.
The 7-a-side football tournament will take place from July 18 to 28, while the futsal tournament will take place over two weekends, including two phases, the first from July 29 to 31 and the second, the final phase , from August 5 to 7. A series of prizes will be established for each tournament, sharing a total of 1,900 euros plus Iberian products between both championships.
Thus, the first classified will obtain a trophy, 700 euros and a ham. The second classified team will win a trophy, 250 euros and a batch of sausages. In addition, there will be a trophy for the best local team, the top scorer and the best goalkeeper in the tournament.
Registration is now open and ends on July 13 at eight in the afternoon and can be done at the Pavilion, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 923 58 11 71. It costs 100 euros and includes insurance and the referees of the Federation of Castilla y León. The maximum number of registered will be 16 teams and will be carried out in strict order of registration. On Wednesday the 13th, at eight in the afternoon, an informative meeting will be held at the Municipal Pavilion.
In the case of the lower categories, only in football 7, the categories from benjamin to youth, both male and female, will be included. The winner of the tournament will get a trophy and a batch of Iberian products, while the second will win a trophy. Registration is priced at 60 euros and includes health insurance.
The international event will be held in the USA
The Councilor for Sports, Carlos Arasa, has fired the archer, Carlos Iglesias, before his participation in the 2022 World Games of archery that will be held from July 7 to 17 in Birmingham, Alabama, USA and where the name will appear on his kit. of Guijuelo.
This global multi-sport event was created a few decades ago under the auspices of the International Olympic Committee in order to include non-Olympic sports disciplines.
Carlos Iglesias will be one of the 12 classified in the world to dispute the modality of archery in the field, a specialty in which he is champion and runner-up in Spain in the last two calls. In addition, Iglesias has been international on several occasions, managing to be runner-up in Europe in 2016, and placing in the world Top 10 when he was a junior.