Copa del Rey Final Four Draw

He Servigroup Peñíscola will face Jimbee Cartagena in the semifinals of the Copa del Rey Futsal Final Four, which will be held at the Fernando Argüelles Pavilion in Antequera (Málaga). The match will be played on Saturday, April 1 at 12:00 p.m.while BArça and Mallorca Palma Futsal will play the other semifinal at 2:30 p.m.. The final, on Sunday 2 at 8:00 p.m.

The team from Peñiscola already knows its rival in the next round of the cup tournament after the raffle carried out by the RFEF this Thursday at the Antequera Dolmens Archaeological Ensemble. The Ciudad en el Mar club was represented by the vice president of the entity, Sergio Vizcarroand the sports director, Alexander Catalan.

Peñíscola will seek to make history in its first Final Four in which he participates as sole survivor of the Second Futsal Federation. those of Santi Valladares They come from eliminating a Third Division like Salou and three First Division teams like Real Betis, Osasuna Xota and UMA Antequera. The Peñiscolanos will try to emulate precisely UMA, the current Copa del Rey champion and the only team in history to win the title as a Second team.

The moment in which the name of Servigroup Peñíscola came out RFEF

Against a rival with one of the highest budgets

The rival, Jimbee Cartagena, will also seek his first title in his first Final Four. The people of Cartagena have one of the highest budgets in Spanish futsal and are currently fifth in the First Futsal Federation. In the Copa del Rey, Duda’s men have just eliminated Nueva Elda from Segunda B at home, Alzira from Segunda and Movistar Inter from Primera. In their ranks, the Brazilian striker Lucao and the Spanish internationals Mellado, Javi Mínguez and Pablo Ramírez, among others, stand out.

Peñíscola and Cartagena have faced each other nine times in an official match in the First Division with a balance of five Peñíscola victories, a draw and three Cartagena victories. The last one, in the game of the second round of the 20/21 season with a 3-1 victory for the “meloneros”.

Leave a Comment