RFEF brings together futsal clubs and sets up a financial control system

The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) addressed this Wednesday with the First and Second division futsal clubs the end of the competitions and the organization of the next season 2020-21, which includes among its objectives the implementation of a financial control system.

As reported by the RFEF, its intention is “equip teams with greater professionalism“and change” the philosophy in the organizational structure, in which the return and benefit is the greatest possible for the clubs. “

“In this case, the clubs will not have to make registration fees in the competitions, as there were previously in the National Futsal League”, and “they will also receive certain economic amounts for participating in the competitions organized by the RFEF“, he pointed.

The organism also exposed the diverse audiovisual proposals that it raises “not only from the television point of view, but also of novel contents and formats”, with “the aim of innovating and going one step further to bring futsal to all fans “

The president of the RFEF, Luis Rubiales, showed his support and that of the futsal federation during the meeting on Wednesday, which was attended by all the clubs, which will be called regularly to maintain a productive dialogue before the competitions that will start in the coming months.

“In fact, the actions proposed by the RFEF seek a single common objective: promote and give visibility to futsal and the different competitions“indicated the RFEF, which noted that the clubs have shown their willingness to collaborate with the body, also represented in the video conference by the vice president and president of the National Futsal Committee, Pedro Rocha, The secretary general, Andreu Camps, and the director of Competitions, Alfredo Olivares, among others.