The Royal Spanish Football Federation will publish this Monday the resolutions of the sole soccer and futsal competition judges that establish the classifications of the regular phases of each of the non-professional competitions, in all categories and groups, and the teams with the right to participate in the respective play-offs.

05/24/2020 at 21:06

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They will be in total 102 resolutions, 56 of them soccer and 46 futsal, issued in compliance with the commitment established in Circular 68, published on the 19th, which set Monday, May 25 at 2:00 p.m. as the deadline for these communications, which will validate the classifications for all competitive purposes.

Of the 56 football resolutions, 4 will validate the classifications of the 4 Second Division B groups, including the first 4 positions of each for the play-off of the phase of promotion to the Second Division, as well as the champion. Similarly, other 18 resolutions will validate the classifications of the 18 Third Division groups, including the first four positions of each for the play-offs of the promotion phase to Second Division B and the champions.

In women’s football there will be 10 resolutions: one of the First Iberdrola to validate the classification, set the first 2 positions -which give access to the women’s Champions League-, and the champion; 2 of the two Iberdrola Challenge groups, to validate the classifications, set the first position (champion) and who is promoted; and 7 of First National, to validate the rankings and the first position of each of the 7 groups, as well as the best second to depute the promotion phase.

In youth category there will be 24 resolutions, 7 in the Junior Honor Division, to validate the rankings, the first position of champion of each group and a place for the UEFA Youth League that will correspond to the best of those top ranked by coefficient; and 17 in the National Youth League, to validate the rankings, the first position of champion of each group and promotions – which vary depending on the group between one and two.

In turn, of the 46 futsal resolutions, one will correspond to the First Division, in this case to validate the classification and fix the first 8 positions for the play-off for the title -with the result of the play-off, the teams also compete for the places that give them the right to participate in European competition once the play-off has been resolved, in this case 2 according to regulations.

In the Second Division, a resolution will also serve to validate the classification and fix the direct promotion to the First Division and the 4 positions for the play-off for the title.; while in Second Division B there will be 6 resolutions to validate the rankings of the 6 groups and set the first 4 positions of each group for the play-off dispute for promotion to the Second Division.

In the Futsal Youth Honor Division there will be 9 resolutions to validate the rankings of the 9 groups and determine the champions; and in the Third Division there will be 24 resolutions to validate the classifications and determine the teams that will play the promotion play-offs according to the regulations sent in Circular 66.

Regarding the Women’s futsal, in First Women’s there will be a resolution to validate the classification and fix the first 4 positions for the title play-off dispute; In the Second Women’s there will be 4 resolutions to validate the classifications of each group and set the first 3 positions of each one for the play-off dispute for promotion to the First Women’s Division.

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