The Spanish league announced on Wednesday night it had actually succumbed to the “nonsense” of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), in order to avoid “irreversible sporting damage to the clubs”

La Liga has actually been required to change the days of its fixtures for the opening weekend of the season, simply 2 days prior to they was because of begin.

The Spanish league revealed on Wednesday night it had actually succumbed to the “nonsense” of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), in order to avoid “irreparable sporting damage to the clubs”.

It is the most recent in a number of disputes in between Spanish football’s 2 governing bodies, who have actually been at loggerheads over scheduling for more than a year.

La Liga is eager to stretch games from Fridays to Mondays to maximise tv incomes while the federation is figured out to keep matches to Saturdays and Sundays only.

“In order to prevent irreversible sporting damage to the clubs affected by this rubbish of the RFEF (Spanish Football Federation), La Liga has rescheduled the matches initially scheduled for Friday and Monday for this first day,” La Liga said in a declaration.

It suggests the season’s initial curtain-raiser in between Granada and Athletic Bilbao, initially scheduled for Friday at 9:00 pm (1900 GMT), will be played on Saturday at 6:30 pm.

And Alaves versus Real Betis on Monday at 9:00 pm has been brought forward to Sunday 2:00 pm.

The first game of the season will instead be Eibar against Celta Vigo at Ipurua on Saturday at 4:00 pm. All matches are still without fans.

But La Liga announced its “company intent” to puts its case to the government’s Ministry for Sport relating to the second round of league games, which likewise has kick-offs on Friday and Monday night.

A judge in Madrid is due to select October 6 which organisation has the final say on the scheduling of matches.

La Liga is responsible for the leading two departments in Spain while the federation supervises the 3rd tier and below, along with the women’s top flight.

Reigning champions Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Sevilla will all sit out the opening weekend after being provided additional time off following their participation in European competitions last term.