The statutes of the two Spanish giants state that they can only participate in competitions organized by FIFA, UEFA and the Spanish Federation (RFEF). Changing them would be very complicated, according to Cadena Cope.
It’s an additional quirk in this soap opera that keeps us going. In addition to the outcry, sparked by their participation in the Super League, which they had not anticipated, Real Madrid and Barça have they omitted certain details that are not?
According to information from Cadena Cope, neither Real Madrid nor Barça could participate in a Super League independent of the highest bodies of world and European football, in this case FIFA and UEFA, the most powerful of its confederations. , but also from the Spanish Federation (RFE). And for good reason, according to Spanish radio, their statutes prohibit it.
No Super League without the Socios
According to “various legal sources” cited by Cadena Cope, the participation of these two very powerful Spanish clubs in the Super League appears compromised “at the present time” because they are both attached to the Spanish Federation, in the case of Real Madrid, and to the Catalan, Spanish and international federations with regard to Barcelona.
The statutes of the two clubs, as disclosed by Cadena Cope, stipulate that they can only participate in competitions organized by RFEF, UEFA and FIFA. However, the Super League is not recognized by any of them. The problem, according to Cadena Cope, is that it’s not that easy to change those rules.
And that they should first be approved by the Socios, which Joan Laporta, the current president of Barça would have well in mind, according to an indiscretion revealed by Sport on Tuesday evening, before being subject to the laws of the Community of Madrid and of the Generalitat, if however they authorize it. What is not yet acquired.