The FEF decides in seven days if the final is in Madrid or Seville

first_imgAnother novelty is that the contest was launched not only to host the final of this edition but of the four, until 2022-23. The Wanda Metropolitano is the big favorite to win this award, stadium where the last Champions League final was held. Almeida, mayor of Madrid, has openly acknowledged that he has negotiations with the Federation to be the headquarters for the next three years. But it is the Junta de Andalucía that also opposes to win the contest. It would be to take her back to Seville, since Last season it was also the venue because Valencia-Barcelona was played at Benito Villamarín. The novelty is that this time it would be in La Cartuja, a stadium in disuse.The Federation made public the conditions for submitting applications on December 27, the day from which the initial financial offers and the necessary documentation could be sent. The deadline to apply ended on January 13, the same date on which the negotiation process was initiated by the decision table. On January 24, the deadline for submitting the final offers with the best proposals by the federation entity has expired and it has a deadline until next Friday the seven to make a decision on the election of the headquarters. The negotiating table is made up of five people: the president of the RFEF or another delegate, the legal director, director of competitions, financial director and the director of operations. The decision they make must be subsequently approved by the Federation Board of Directors. The Royal Spanish Federation has seven days left to decide the venue for the Copa del Rey final April 18, which could be for more than one edition. It is one of the novelties in the contest launched by the federation. Madrid and Seville are the two candidates to celebrate this match. The FEF will visit La Cartuja next week.For second consecutive Year will be known before the stadium where the Cup final will be played that the finalists themselves. “It would be in the interest of the competition and of the fans to anticipate the election of the city and would accompany the celebration of acts and activities related to football for several days, and be allowed to gather the interest of fans and followers in this sport and enjoy of the annual Spanish football festival, “says the Federation in the contest rules.last_img read more

Jacó Happenings

first_imgAt last month’s Central Pacific Women’s Group meeting, Environment Ministry volunteer Raúl Fernández talked about his nonprofit, which helps bring volunteers to the wildlife refuge in Playa Hermosa. Raúl also brought coffee samples from his grandfather’s farm, Finca Rica Coffee.Raúl is a tour guide at the Refugio in Playa Hermosa and he takes people on tours of the family coffee farm in the Palmares/San Ramón area. If you are interested in a tour or buying coffee, contact Raúl at costaricacoffee@gmail.com or call him at 8817-0385. For more about his endeavors, visit www.costaricaallgreen.com. The next CPWG meeting on June 20 will feature indigenous art from the Amazon and adventure stories from biologist Joost Wilms of Dantica Gallery.Opera Salvaje Swim Club offers swimming lessons for kids and adults and aqua aerobics on Calle Hermosa. People can purchase monthly pool memberships and also participate in private or group classes. For more info, visit www.osswim.com, email o.s.swimming@gmail.com or call 8628-3911.Last month in Dominical, local surfers Carlos Muñoz, Anthony Fillingim, Jair Pérez and Danny Bishko put on stellar performances. Now the fifth leg of the National Surfing Circuit is set for June 16-17 at Jacó Beach. This is sure to be a contest not to be missed. For more, visit www.surfingcr.net. Also, later in the month is Cabinas Las Olas’s 7th Annual Solstice Expression Session Surf Contest and Beach Clean Up. The event will be held in Playa Hermosa June 21-23. To sign up, contact lasolascr@hotmail.com or call 2643-7021.  Lastly, if you are looking for someone to repair furniture or design something special, Berny Andre from La Casa de la Tapicería is available to repair sofas, chairs, cushions and more. For more, call 8747-1248.The Central Pacific Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual meeting (open to the public) June 26 at 7 p.m. at Hotel Balcón Del Mar in Jacó. Come support your community in Jacó Beach!–Christina Truittchristina_truitt@yahoo.com Facebook Comments No related posts.last_img read more