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Come to the opening ceremony for the LaLiga Promises!
Come to the opening ceremony for the LaLiga Promises!

The event will take place this Thursday 15th June at 7:30pm at the Estadio de la Cerámica

The Estadio de la Cerámica will host tomorrow, Thursday 15th June at 7:30pm, the inauguration of the XXX Geotiles LaLiga Promises Tournament. Access will be free for the general public and the event will be attended by the president of Villarreal CF, Fernando Roig, the president of LaLiga, Javier Tebas, the organizer of the tournament through his foundation, José Ramón de la Morena, and the former Spanish coach Vicente del Bosque. The inauguration will feature the 20 participating teams, made up of 240 children, who will enjoy one of the best grassroots football in the world this weekend at the Groguet domain. 


The matches will begin on Friday 16th June, and Saturday 17th June at 10am, with the semi-finals being held on Sunday 18th June at 10am and the final on the same day at 1:00 p.m. The opening ceremony of the tournament will take place on Thursday 15th June at 7:30pm at the Estadio de la Cerámica. 

All the information about the XXX LaLiga Promises Santander National Geotiles Tournament can be followed at the following link:  LALIGA PROMISES INFORMATION


The tournament can be followed live on Gol Play, DAZN, Movistar+, and the OTT LaLigaSportsTV and on LaLigaTV Bar. Also, digitally, the matches will be broadcasted on the official LaLiga YouTube channel, the official LaLiga Twitch channel, and on the official profile of LaLiga on Facebook. It will also be possible to find out everything that happens in the digital environments of LaLiga and broadcasters through the hashtag #LaLigaPromises. 


The general public will be able to access the entire tournament for free through gates 4 and 5 of the stadium, located in the “Fondo Sur”, which is located in the Plaza del Estadio. 

On the other hand, the media must collect their respective accreditations at Gate 2 and access the stadium through Gate 14B (the usual place for collecting accreditations for first-team matches), regardless of the type of accreditation. There, they will access their workroom, the Tribune stands to watch the matches, and the pitch through the stands.