Javier Tebas will clothe LaLiga Genuine de Málaga

La Rosaleda will host this weekend Phase 2 of LaLiga Genuine Santander with the presence of 18 teams. An emotional event where the promotion of values ​​such as sport, coexistence and Fair Play predominate. It will be between Friday the 13th and Sunday the 15th. After Malaga, the next appointment will be at the El Rosal facilities in Cádiz between the 20th and 22nd of the current ones.

Lucas Rodríguez, coordinator of the Foundation, gave some clues about what will be an unforgettable day. “It will be a very special week for those of us who make up the Genuin familyand. I want to thank Málaga for what they do for everyone. That is essential. Thanks to our friendly companies that support us, Players or staff, who are protagonists of this adventure. It is a very beautiful moment that we dreamed of during that week. It is the week we have called ‘Genuinely Malaga’. There will be many activities that will be the prelude to 18 teams from the Genuine League”.

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Playing at La Rosaleda no less adds luster to the event. The historic venue turns 80 years old. There will be games on both Saturday and Sunday. These are the 18 teams: Málaga CF Foundation, Barça Foundation, Mallorca, Club Atlético de Madrid Foundation, Elche, Deportivo, Villarreal, Betis, Real Sociedad Fundazioa, Granada, Sevilla, Levante, Fundación Fútbol Base Reus, Nàstic, Las Palmas, Fundación Albacete, Huesca and Eibar Foundation. “Málaga will be a magical venue,” adds Rodríguez.

Málaga will play its matches on Saturday 14 at 12:00 against Sevilla, at 18:00 against Elche and on Sunday 15 against Las Palmas. It is eight-a-side football on two pitches. It should be noted that Friday will be the opening ceremony with the presence of Javier Tebas and representatives of each of the teams. Participants. The president of LaLiga will support this great event.

Lucas highlighted the evolution and growth that this team has had. “We started in 2018-19 with 16 champions (that’s what players are called) and now we are 73. ISignificant growth of a group of boys and girls who have overcome many adversities”.

Of course there will be activities.

A commemorative scarf of the Malaga phase will be put up for sale. 500 units at 10 euros that will go to the Foundation. So hurry… On Tuesday a supertraining will be held at the El Romeral facilities. The women’s team will be there. On Wednesday, visit the CEIP Ginés De los Ríos, on Thursday the visit will be to Clínicas Rincón, main sponsor and on Friday presentation of all the players called for this phase.

Impact for the city

José María Muñoz, judicial administrator of Malaga and renowned economist, analyzed with flying colors the beneficial impact that this event will have for the city. “If there are 18 teams, there will be about 400 people between players and coaches. If we add the families we get between 600 and 700 people. Three nights in a hotel, three nights to sleep, restaurants to eat… They boost the economy of the city. Malaga continues to be a sign of inclusion and that is important. More than economic, the message is social. It is played in La Rosaleda. A showcase that has no other place”.

Former soccer player and member of the MCF Foundation Sebastián Fernández Reyes ‘Basti’ also broke down the details of this unforgettable weekend. “It is very important to play at La Rosaleda. All the teams wanted to come to Malaga. We will enjoy a lot. They are going to have a great time at La Rosaleda”. Lucas added: “Let it be an inclusive football party.” And Basti develops from the experience of previous championships. “It’s a genuine thing. There is fair play. If we play against Sevilla and they score a goal, we will applaud them. There will be beautiful songs. The teams will sing each goal. People are going to have a great time. Celebrating a goal like they celebrate rarely does one see it. It is something magical. They will continue to surprise us. The phase of Malaga will call our attention. They are the only ones to continue advancing. I appeal for the fans to come to La Rosaleda”.

Admission to the public will be free. “We are going to open the doors. We want a lot of people to come.” On Saturday morning the Preference Tier will open. It will be accessed through gate 5 and in the afternoon, access will be to the Grandstand through gate 6. On Sunday, again through gate 5.

Carlos Saragossa he is the captain of the team and he also wanted to ask a question. “At what level is this club in values? Basti was quick. “We have the best club in the world. We are one of the first to present the Málaga CF kit. Where a player goes, one of the Genuine goes” It refers to the events sponsored by the Foundation.

Fair play is one of the engines that fuel this Genuine League. The least is the result. “It’s seeing your team enjoy and compete. They have shared food with other teams from our villages. Scarves are exchanged and our children exchange phones to keep in touch. They seldom call fouls because they are having fun”.

List of called

As it could not be less, below we reflect the list of summoned of Malaga. On behalf of the staff Rubén Cortés, Miguel Ángel Espinosa, Irene Padilla and Cristina Cano. The players They are: Sebastián Pinto and Miguel Ángel García (goalkeepers); Alba Flores, Cristian Verdugo, José Carlos Salas, José Manuel Serrano, Carlos Hierro, Paula López, Cristóbal Ramírez, Pablo Sánchez, Ignacio Rodríguez, Antonio Noel Pareja, Silvia Ruiz, Dante Francesco, Antonio Álvarez and Juan Pablo Báez.