Real Madrid approves Barcelona proposal on the date of the Clasico

Real Madrid has agreed to a proposal by rivals Barcelona for a new Clasico date of December 18, according to the official website of the Royal Club.

Real Madrid approves Barcelona proposal on the date of the Clasico


The Clasico was scheduled to play between the two LaLiga giants on its predetermined date of 26 October, but the political turmoil in Catalonia prevented it, forcing the Spanish federation to postpone the summit until December, leaving the free choice of the right date for the clubs and the league.

Earlier, the Spanish federation published a statement on its official website confirming that Real Madrid and Barcelona must agree on the date of the new game before the deadline of 21 October, namely at 10 am.

The statement said that in the absence of agreement between the two clubs will be the Competitions Committee is responsible for determining the date and timing of the game, which will not happen under the agreement between the two clubs.

Real Madrid approves Barcelona proposal on the date of the Clasico


The Barcelona club proposed the Clasico on Wednesday 18 December, before receiving the approval of rivals Real Madrid, but the two still need the approval of the Spanish league to adopt this agreed date between them, and this seems complicated in principle because the latter proposed in turn the date of December 4 Expected confrontation.

The club said in a statement: "The club on Thursday informed the Competition Committee of the Spanish Federation of their desire not to play at the Santiago Bernabeu, as proposed by the League of La Liga. The club wanted to play the Clasico at Camp Nou on October 26."

"But given the decision to postpone ... and asked for a new date, the club proposes December 18."

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