The RFEF celebrates that all the clubs have registered in their competitions without using the guarantee fund


All the clubs in the Spanish football competitions organized by the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) have been able to register for the 2023-2024 season, without it having been necessary to use the guarantee fund, the federation reported this Wednesday.

“The Mixed Commissions, bodies whose objective is to ensure compliance by the clubs with their labor commitments and economic fair play, have been a complete success. All the clubs have been able to register, without it having been necessary to use the funds of guarantees”, indicated the RFEF.

The body chaired by Luis Rubiales remarked that “only five of the clubs in all the state-level competitions have had to present guarantees for not having paid some of the player’s salaries, this being a requirement to be able to register in their respective competitions. “. “This good result of the Mixed Commissions is produced thanks to the proper functioning of the measures implemented by the RFEF in terms of financial control,” he stressed.

“The system required of the clubs, an essential condition to receive the aid granted by the RFEF, has led to an improvement in their management. The aid is being effective and achieving its objectives to the extent that, in order to receive it, the clubs they have the obligation to carry out scrupulous control of their management following the guidelines set by the Federation”, added the RFEF, which warned that these socks “will be even more demanding in the 2023/2024 season”.