Laporta explains small print of the agreement between Barça & Kings League

Laporta explains small print of the agreement between Barça & Kings League

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Gerard Pique's league will play its finals at the Spotify Camp Nou in March

In Joan Laporta's review of Barcelona's current affairs and the moment the club is going through after the end of the first half of the LaLiga season, the president also spoke about the agreement with the Kings League, which will hold its final phase at the Spotify Camp Nou. 

Laporta assured that beyond the figure of the league's president Gerard Piqué, with whom he has assured "there is a good relationship," the agreement is satisfactory for Barça.

"We will take a percentage of sponsors and tickets," explained the president, who assured that the requests for tickets are surpassing all limits. 

"The agreement has nothing to do with Gerard's retirement. It is a mutually beneficial agreement."

Barça will benefit from the agreement, as explained by Laporta, who assured that more than 45,000 tickets have already been sold. 

The Final Four, which will culminate the revolutionary league created by Piqué, will be held at the Spotify Camp Nou on 26 March. Up to 90,000 people will be able to watch the Final Four live, with the two semi-finals, the match for third and fourth place and the grand final to be played.

As Piqué explained, tickets will range from 10 to 60 euros. Thus, the first Kings League InfoJobs title will be decided in one of the temples of world football.

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