Kings & Queens Finals come to Cívitas Metropolitano on July 29th

The Kings & Queens Finals land at the Cívitas Metropolitano. The Final Four of the Kings League InfoJobs and Queens League Oysho will be played at the stadium of Club Atlético de Madrid next Saturday, July 29 in a joint event that will crown the champions of both competitions.

The denouement of the innovative 7-a-side soccer league created by Kosmos and chaired by Gerard Piqué will be played in one of the great stadiums of world soccer. “We are very happy to play in a stadium like the Cívitas Metropolitano, one of the biggest stadiums in La Liga and the most modern one“, said Piqué this Monday during the special After Kings in which the new venue for the finals was unveiled together with Atlético’s player Koke Resurrección.

More from 61,000 people will be able to enjoy on site the two semi-finals and the grand final of the Kings and Queens, a total of six matches, in addition to the show with performances between the matches in which the show is assured. Tickets will be available for purchase starting today via the following link.

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Once the eleven rounds of the regular phase that is currently being played, the first classified of both competitions will get a place in the Kings & amp; Queens Finals. From second to tenth will play a playoff to fight for the three remaining places that give the right to be in the Cívitas Metropolitano.

The red and white team’s stadium is one of the most modern fields in world soccer. It has hosted the final of the Champions League 2019great concerts such as that of The Rolling Stones or parties of the Spanish national soccer team. It will now open its doors for the Kings & Queens Finals.

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The Kings League InfoJobs already managed to fill the FC Barcelona stadium last March: 92,522 spectators witnessed in situ the first Final Four in the history of the competition, which exceeded all expectations: the arrival of the presidents by helicopter, a world record number of people wearing masks in a packed Camp Nou and three great games that proclaimed Adri Contreras’ El Barrio as champions.

In another imposing stage as the Cívitas Metropolitano, this July will be known the second champion of the competition and the first winner in the history of the Queens League Oysho, the league that is breaking the schemes of women’s soccer.

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