Cívitas Metropolitano to hold the Kings & Queens Finals on 29 July Madrid will host the semi-finals and the final of the Kings League InfoJobs and the Queens League Oysho at the home of Spanish football club, Atlético de Madrid.
The Kings & Queens League Finals are going to Madrid! The Final Four of the Kings League InfoJobs and the Queens League Oysho will be fought out at Atlético de Madrid’s stadium, Cívitas Metropolitano, on 29 June. The joint event will see champions crowned in both comptitions. This new innovative 7-a-side football league, created by Kosmos and its president Gerard Piqué, will take place in one of the best stadiums in world football. “We are very happy to be able to play in a stadium like Cívitas Metropolitano, the most modern in LaLiga and among the biggest”, Piqué said on Monday during the After Kings special, in which he revealed the new venue for the finals alongside Atlético captain, Koke Resurrección.
More than 61,000 people will be in attendance for the two semi-finals and the final of the Kings and Queens Leagues. A total of six matches, as well as performances in between each clash, guarantees a great night in Madrid.
Once the eleven matchdays - which are currently taking place - have come to an end, the team that finishes top in each competition will earn a place in the Kings & Queens Finals. There will then be playoff matches to determine the three remaining spots between those who finished between second and tenth.
The Colchoneros’ stadium is among the most modern currently in world football. It has hosted the Champions League Final in 2019, seen the The Rolling Stones perform and, on occasion, welcomed the Spanish national team to play fixtures. Now, it will open its doors to the Kings & Queens Finals.
The Kings League InfoJobs has already managed to fill the FC Barcelona stadium in March as 92,522 spectators turned up to watch the first Final Four in the history of the competition. This event surpassed all expectations: presidents arrived by helicopter, a record number of people wearing masks in a packed Camp Nou, as well as three unforgettable matches that saw Adri Contreras’s El Barrio crowned champion.
Cívitas Metropolitano, yet another impressive venue, will decide the second champion of the competition, as well as the first in the history of the Queens League Oysho, the league that is breaking the mould in women’s football.