The head of the Commercial Court No. 2 in Madrid has The lawsuit filed on July 12, 2019 by the National Professional Football League (LNFP) against the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) was dismissed in its entirety for disloyalty and prohibited conduct by preventing it from playing League matches on Fridays and Mondays, when it understood that the current Coordination Agreement signed between both institutions, contrary to what happened in the preceding ones, does not include any precision on the possible dispute of matches outside the official day, so if the LNFP wishes to play matches outside of the days of the official day (Sunday / Saturday) must necessarily reach an agreement with the RFEF.
Judge Andrés Sánchez Magro recalls in the sentence that LaLiga is a private association that is constituted compulsorily you within the structure of the RFEF, with legal personality and organizational and functional autonomy "to the degree and with the intensity that is reasonable", and that is by this nature that you are allowed to organize your own competitions, but with a "necessary and mandatory coordination with the RFEF, in which it is incardinated".
"Such coordination -recovers the sentence-, must inevitably preside over the relations between both entities and is articulated through the agreements of coordination, where the organization of professional football competitions is regulated "and the approval regime of the sports calendar between the LNFP and the RFEF is foreseen.
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