The Valencian Community, together with Andalusia, is the region that has contributed the most clubs to the First RFEF: five, four from Alicante (Alcoyano, Intercity, La Nucia and Eldense). With 40 teams The Spanish Federation, which will fight for one of the four places that make it possible to jump into professional football, is listening to the offers of the regional ones. Two groups of 20 people. For now, many consider the North-South divide to be the most convenient (and least burdensome). The final decision will come out of the assembly, which will be held at the RFEF offices in Madrid.

option 1 It is the most recommended and the most agreed upon of all participating actors. Apparently, the most suitable both geographically and sportingly. Reducing the total kilometers in displacements, no team is removed from its autonomous community (prefers regional derbies) and also in RFEF they understand that with this distribution the two groups will have similar potential.

The opposite of what happened last season, in which group 2 (Alcoyano fights the Catalans, Balearic Islands, Andalusia and Madrid, including two duels here) Real Madrid and Barça subsidiaries) were more competitive than group 1 in the East-West configuration, which did not sit well last summer.

Inside North-South proposalThe four Alicante clubs would be framed by teams from Andalusia, Extremadura, Madrid, Murcia, in addition to Ceuta, and would avoid Galicians, Basques, Castile-Leones, Navarrese, Catalans, La Rioja and the Baleares.

Four distribution proposals that the two groups in the first RFEF must vote on to choose one. INFORMATION

option 2 It would be similar, but swapping Ceuta for Baleares. While it wouldn’t be a big deal for Majorcans, Ceutans would find it more difficult to move north and into Catalonia. Option 3 Divide the map into East-West. RFEF doesn’t like it because there won’t be much difference in potential but Ceuta will face complicated transfers. Option 4 It would also hurt the North Africans, and with the heaviness in this distribution, it would force big transfers to the Alicante teams in a much more competitive bloc.

RFEF offers a loan to pay off their debts to clubs competing in the 1st RFEF this year.

The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) is giving cash advances to the clubs competing in the First RFEF, which it plans to distribute in total this year. 12 millionmaximum 400.000 € per club (interest-free), preferably to cover full payment of player debts.

Non-professional clubs participating in this category, both in the last campaign and in the next campaign (2022-23), and money from RFEF’s own resources, from recently created campaigns. Emergency Funddepending on the situation they will have to return between the next four to eight seasons.

The federation clarified that clubs must explicitly commit to allocate the amounts received to pay the salaries of players and technicians and, preferably and elsewhere, allotment. Social Security obligationswhen debts or delays in payment of any of these concepts have been accredited before that.

One club at most twenty% With a limit of the amounts declared as income in the budget for the 2021-22 season and a maximum of €400,000 for the same club in any case.

In addition, a single organization request different quantities at different timesprovided that the total of requests does not exceed the upper limit set for each club.

“RFEF, sensitive to possible budget imbalances The “circular federative” that may have occurred in a new competition and without reference for clubs that can carry out the preparation of their economic projects without having a clear idea of ​​the income they can generate or the necessary and reasonable expenses for this category.

The organization reminded that the premiere of this category took place in a context. Pandemic and crisis world economic-financial situation, “international economic instability and an absolutely unpredictable rise in prices”.

“With this 12 million euros to be allocated now account advances to be repaid between the next four and eight seasons, Depending on the situation, RFEF provides: financial oxygen “showing his commitment to the category and his willingness to gradually consolidate the experimental aspects of this first edition,” add from the Federation.

President of the RFEF, Luis RubialesContaining some accounts presented before the last General Assembly on 30 May 32 million profitIt will be allocated to an Emergency Fund, one of its commitments for this Olympic cycle.