The referees attain an settlement with the F League and finish the strike
The Increased Sports activities Council (CSD) and the Royal Spanish Soccer Federation (RFEF) have reached an settlement this Wednesday for the professionalization of the arbitration institution in ladies’s soccer for which the primary will contribute throughout the first three an quantity of 350,000 additional euros per 12 months and the second, the identical quantity throughout the first three.
That is reported by the RFEF, which highlights that “all through at the moment’s session there have been a succession of conversations between the CSD and the RFEF which have borne fruit in a historic settlement”.
Thus, CSD and RFEF “reinforce their dedication to ladies’s soccer by means of the consolidation of some funds objects which have resulted in a pioneering settlement that can permit the beginning of the First Division of Ladies’s Soccer”.
“Underneath a six-year deal, the CSD will contribute an additional quantity of 350,000 euros per 12 months throughout the first three which can go to a person mutual fund that the referees will be capable of eliminate as soon as their skilled profession is over”, signifies the RFEF.
Additionally, the RFEF states that “it is going to contribute the identical quantity throughout the first three years to the LPFF by means of the Coordination Settlement to be allotted completely to the golf equipment to take care of the arbitrations of the competitors”.