Málaga and Fuenlabrada have made public that their stadiums are the alternative fields chosen by both teams to play at home if a setback arises with respect to the pandemic that does not allow them to play at home in their own stadiums. If this circumstance occurs, Málaga would play at home for Fernando Torres and La Rosaleda would be the fiefdom in which Fuenlabrada would receive its rivals.
This is one more prior procedure that First and Second clubs must comply with to comply with the protocol designed by LaLiga and the Federation, which demand that each club designate a stadium outside of its autonomous community as an alternative option in case Covid-19 forces a meeting to be transferred.
This agreement has been based on the fluid relationship that Malaga and Fuenlabrada maintain since last season. And it is that both clubs have carried out various market movements in recent months (José Rodríguez and Mula, in addition to the contacts maintained by Adrián). Now they have sealed this pact to mutually transfer their stadium as an alternative field as required by those responsible for the competition.