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A fire in the Valencia building postpones the team's matches in the Spanish League

A fire in the Valencia building postpones the team's matches in the Spanish League

Following the tragic fire that struck the Valencia region in Spain on Thursday (22), two matches in the Spanish Championship were officially postponed. The matches between Valencia and Granada, for the Spanish League, and Levante and Andorra, for the Second Division, will not be held on the scheduled dates due to the sad event.

The situation in Valencia

A massive fire broke out in two residential buildings in Valencia. According to the emergency service in the region, unfortunately four people lost their lives and 19 others are still missing. This tragedy led to calls for the postponement of football matches scheduled for this weekend.

Repercussions in the Spanish League and La Liga 2

In response to the request of Valencia and Granada, the Spanish Football League and La Liga 2 issued two official statements announcing the postponements. The two football federations did not resist the clubs’ request, understanding the moment of mourning that the region is going through. The two clubs and organizations also issued messages of support to the families of the victims.

Support from other clubs

Major Spanish clubs such as Barcelona and Real Madrid also expressed their solidarity in the face of the tragedy, expressing their condolences on their social media networks. Valencia observed a minute of silence before training to respect the victims. The club's flags were flown at half-mast in mourning for the team.

With the postponement of the matches, a new announcement about the scheduled date for the matches is awaited.