After a season where salvation was achieved in the last league match with the victory over Jaén Paraíso Interior in La Salobreja, Córdoba, a World Heritage Site, is on its way to completing its first match as leader of the First Division. Although it seems an almost unimportant fact, it is a historic feat for a Caliphate club that has just added its third campaign in the highest category of futsal at the national level. The entity led by José García Román, after the four-day dispute, has managed to rise to the leadership of this division governed by both the National Futsal League and the Royal Spanish Football Federation. This achievement has been achieved by numerous factors and now it is time to revalidate it during one more appointment. However, this job is not so easy, since Josan González’s men will travel to Seville this Sunday to face Real Betis that has made up a squad to fight for the top positions in the qualifying table.
A meeting that can be followed through GOL Television. A means of communication that has already demonstrated for several consecutive seasons that it is committed to elite futsal through the National Futsal League.