The municipal stadium of Butarque In Leganés it will be the venue for the final four of the Copa de la Reina that will be held in the coming days May 26, 27 and 30. “The Madrid will be played”, this was announced by the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) in the presentation ceremony that took place in the Ciudad del Fútbol of Las Rozas. Butarque, inaugurated in 1998 and with a capacity for 12,454 seats, will host an event such as the final of the Queen’s Cup for the first time.
Luis Rubiales, President of the RFEF, and Maria Eugenia Carballedo, Minister of the Presidency Sports and Transparency in the Community of Madrid were at the presentation of this ‘final four’ of the final of the Queen’s Cup. Both were accompanied by the representatives and authorities of the clubs involved.
The announcement of the venue for the final was delayed by the dispute of the last cup final, which was played just two and a half months ago with Barça as champions (3-0, against Logroño), a final that, at the Like the King’s Cup, it had to be postponed by the coronavirus. This pandemic has also left a format change in the Queen’s Cup, which returned to its eight-participant model from the quarterfinals.
So far, they are classified for the semifinals on Atlético de Madrid, who beat Real Sociedad 0-1, and the Madrid CFF, which beat Real Madrid 2-1. The next May 5th The other two semifinalists will be known, who will come out of the confrontation between Levante UD – UDG Tenerife Granadilla and Sevilla FC – FC Barcelona.