The semifinals and final of the Queen’s Cup football will be played with the public in the stands of the Municipal Stadium of Butarque (Leganés), from May 26 to 30.
At the end of April, the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) announced the fiefdom of the Club Deportivo Leganés as the headquarters of this ‘final to four’ of the oldest Spanish women’s football competition.
The RFEF announced this Saturday that the matches will have an audience, despite the restrictions due to the pandemic of coronavirus. In fact, all locations will be nominative and it will be mandatory to fill in the personal location form and bring it along with the location of acquisition.
Tickets will go on sale this Monday, May 24 from 5:00 p.m., through the official RFEF ticket sales portal. The semifinals will measure Madrid CFF and FC Barcelona and Levante UD with Atlético de Madrid.