The match taking place on Saturday 4th April between Málaga CF and Real Sociedad will officially bid farewell to the 110th anniversary of the origins of football in Málaga. A Fan Zone will be held to mark the occasion outside the Martiricos stadium, organised by Grupo Mundo, with activities for ‘Malaguistas’ of all ages, including bouncy castles, human table football, as well as a commemorative 110-year anniversary canvas on which fans can leave messages, to be later displayed on the centre circle before next weekend’s match for everyone at La Rosaleda to see. There will be many more surprises on match day, and tickets, now available, are priced from 20 euros (general price) and 12 euros for ‘Malaguista’ members.

Málaga Club de Fútbol, represented by Club vice president, Moayad Shatat, is participating in the forum in Jordan on 3rd and 4th May, where Clubs, Federations, sponsors and companies from the world of football will discuss relations, progress and improvements in football in Asia and its link with Europe.

Enjoy an amazing day with your friends at La Rosaleda. Discover all the secrets of the Martiricos stadium, the press room, the dressing rooms, the pitch, the dugouts, and the history of football in Málaga at the Museum & Tour. Then recharge your batteries and have a snack whilst enjoying the best views of the pitch from La Rosaleda’s VIP area! Blow out the candles on your ‘Malaguista’ cake and experience an unforgettable birthday!

Málaga Club de Fútbol director general, Vicente Casado, and Mayor of Málaga, Francisco de la Torre, signed the protocol of intentions at the Hall of Mirrors in City Hall, to grant the Málaga Club de Fútbol Foundation the land concession, classified for sporting use within the Arraijanal plan, to enable the construction of a sports, cultural and social centre that is La Academia. The land, destined for the Foundation’s important construction, has an area of 108,000 square metres, valued at more than 14 million euros. This concession will be free, for a 75-year term: “We’re grateful for the effort put in by all parties to make this project a reality. This protocol is another step further towards this basic project for Málaga Club de Fútbol and its Foundation,” affirms Vicente Casado at the signing.

Sanitas regional manager, Antonio Cantó, accompanied by Málaga CF’s director general, Vicente Casado; and business development director at the Martiricos Club, José María Arrabal, delivered the Sanitas medical cards today to the coaching team and Blue and Whites’ first team, as Málaga CF’s official chief medical insurance provider.

The colour green is fundamental in a football match. 11 against 11 players run around for 90 minutes every weekend on a pitch that is lovingly nurtured during the week. The team of Málaga CF gardeners work 24 hours a day with great perseverance, as if they are looking after a young child. They know from within how the grass is cut, which paint to use for the lines and how much it is watered, so ultimately it is ready for match day, from the crack of dawn until the lights go down at La Rosaleda.

The relationship between Coca Cola and Málaga CF has been a constant in recent years, and the agreement signed this 2014/15 season has led to a series of actions focused around the Blue and Whites’ fans; such as the Coca Cola 2015 Calendar with the ‘Malaguista’ players and coaching team; as well as the collaboration in events including the Fan Zone last weekend before the match against Getafe CF.

Málaga Club de Fútbol and Miguel Torres (Madrid, 28/01/86) have reached an agreement for the Blue and Whites’ defender to extend his contract with the Martiricos Club until 2017/18. Torres has proven his versatility and commitment to Málaga CF throughout this season.

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