The RFEF moves the Nations League semi-final to La Cartuja

“Cádiz's refusal to host the national team, due to grass maintenance for its first team, forces the Andalusian Government to propose a new stadium to the RFEF”


The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) announced a change of venue for the Nations League semi-final that Spain will play against the Netherlands on February 23, moving to the La Cartuja Stadium in Seville after “Cádiz's refusal.”

“The semifinal of the League of Nations will be played on February 23 at the La Cartuja stadium, as the RFEF and the Andalusian Government have agreed today, after learning from the Andalusian Government of the impossibility of the national team can play this match at the Mirandilla stadium,” says the RFEF this Wednesday in an official statement.

In addition, the Federation apologized to the fans for the inconvenience and noted that it will return the amount of the tickets it had already sold for the match scheduled in the first instance in Cádiz. “After knowing the League calendar on January 30, Cádiz CF has reported the impossibility of the national team being able to play on its field this Friday and this has been communicated to the RFEF by the Junta de Andalucía, which has offered the Cartuja for this semi-final,” he explains.

“Regarding tickets, within a period of no more than 48 hours, all people who bought tickets for the Cádiz match will receive the total amount of their purchase on the same card with which it was made. The moment in which they will see reflected The credit to your accounts will depend on your bank,” he adds.