AN OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME

July 24 – July 30, 2022

Ciudad del Fútbol de Las Rozas, Madrid

THE SPANISH NATIONAL TEAM FACILITIES (RFEF)

Welcome to The Showcase | Madrid 2022

The Showcase is the greatest opportunity worldwide for those who want to be professional footballers. If you have the right skill set, then it’s all about being in the right place at the right time – and that is exactly what The Showcase provides. From July 24th to the 30th, players are given the chance to demonstrate their skills in a one-week tryout, involving professional Spanish clubs. Throughout the duration of the event, two scouts from each of the participating clubs will be present to observe players on and off the field. On the final day, during The Awards Ceremony, each participating club is obliged to select at least one player to join the respective team for their preseason or to offer a professional contract.

Throughout the week, UEFA A pro coaches from the top clubs in Spain will be in charge of training and matches.

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The Spanish National Team Facilities (RFEF)

Officially, La Ciudad del Fútbol de la Real Federación Española de Fútbol (English: The Football City of the Royal Spanish Football Federation) is a football training facility serving as the headquarters of the Royal Spanish Football Federation as well as the official training center of the Spanish football team. It is located in the municipality of Las Rozas de Madrid, around 20 km northwest of the capital, Madrid.

Occupying an area of 12 hectares, The National Spanish Team Facility opened its doors on May 12, 2003. It is currently home to 4 regular-sized football training pitches, an indoor arena, a social and training area, gym, theatres and meeting rooms, hotel, and an on-site medical centre.
Throughout the week, UEFA A pro coaches from the top clubs in Spain will be in charge of training and matches.

Partner Clubs

Club de Fútbol Rayo Majadahonda, based in Madrid, currently plays in the Primera División RFEF (Third Division). The club has an historical partnership with Atletico de Madrid; Atletico de Madrid uses the club to form talents, and they both share a training sports complex. Brothers Theo and Lucas Hernandez as well as Marcos Llorente, a Spanish national team player, were discovered and supported by the youth teams from this club.

Real Betis Balompié has been the first Andalusian club to play in the Spanish First Division, it was also the first to play in the UEFA Champions League in the current format. In addition, it has twice been sub-champion of the Copa del Rey and, on one occasion, of the Supercopa de España (Spanish Super Cup).

Rayo Vallecano de Madrid S.A.D. currently competes in La Liga (First Division) and is known for having one of the best youth teams in Spain. Rayo is the third best club in the region of Madrid after Real Madrid and Atlético de Madrid.

Albacete Balompié is a club from the city of Albacete and plays in the Primera División RFEF (Third Division). Albacete Balompié has a rich history in Spanish football, having played 7 seasons in the First Division in addition to 24 seasons in the Second Division over the years. This club is also known for one of the best Spanish players in history, Andrés Iniesta.

Real Oviedo S.A.D.

Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa, better known as Cultural Leonesa or La Cultural, is a club based in León and currently playing in the Primera División RFEF (Third Division). The club is owned by the best football academy in the world, Aspire Academy, and, out of all the Spanish third division clubs, has one of the biggest stadiums (with more than 14.000 seats).

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