The next LaLiga season will begin on the weekend of August 15 after the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), LaLiga and the Higher Sports Council (CSD) reached an agreement in a meeting chaired by the general director of sports Albert Soler, informed the CSD through a statement.
Javier Tebas and Luis Rubiales, presidents of The league and of the RFEF respectively, they reached an agreement not to hold matches of the domestic competition during the weekend of April 23, 2022, the day on which the final of the tournament is scheduled to be played. Copa del Rey.
For its part, the CSD made the final decision regarding the day of December 31 due to the “existing disagreement” between the organizations that preside over Tebas and Rubiales. On the last day of the year three matches of the league match will be played, but they will be governed by “proximity criteria”.
“Only teams that must travel minimally will be able to compete, in order to respect their return home in time and form for the celebration of New Year’s Eve“, stated the CSD in the statement.
Soler thanked the RFEF and LaLiga “the willingness to dialogue to provide our competitions with a framework of necessary certainty”.