The curtain closes at Martiricos for the season

Tonight from 10pm, La Rosaleda Stadium will host the last match of the 19/20 season between CD Castellón and UE Cornellà, with both teams seeking promotion to LaLiga SmartBank.


26/07/2020 16:51

Nearly a year and 25 official matches later, including today’s, La Rosaleda will have a break and rest ahead of the upcoming 20/21 season.

The teams in action at the Malaguista stadium tonight are UE Cornellà and CD Castellón, the latter who will play for the third time at Martiricos in the past eight days. The Albinegros lost on penalties in the Segunda B champions’ tie against Logroñés on Saturday 18th July; defeated Peña Deportiva de Ibiza by 1-0 last Thursday and will complete their trio of games at La Rosaleda today against Cornellà, who will be making their official debut at Málaga CF’s stadium, in one of the final promotion playoffs to the Second Division.

The Blue and White stadium is no stranger to Castellón when it comes to the aforementioned promotion playoffs. In the 15/16 campaign, they faced Atlético Malagueño in the second round to move up to Segunda División B, winning in Castalia (2-1) in the first leg and drawing (0-0) in the return leg at La Rosaleda, knocking out the reserve team, at the time coached by Manel Ruano.

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Málaga CF Official Statement

Despite its current financial situation, the Club wishes to make a significant effort to reward season ticket holders who were unable to watch the last six home games last season.

27/07/2020 17:16 | Organisation

Pitch renovation at La Rosaleda Stadium

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New and historic rivals in LaLiga SmartBank

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