There is hope to see Sabadell in the Second Division. After five seasons of touring for Segunda B, the harlequin entity will once again enjoy professional football and this week they have already begun to lay the foundations to prepare for the new season. Last Thursday, representatives from LaLiga went to Nova Creu Alta to visit the facilities harlequinadas and deliver a dossier in which the requirements that must be met at the infrastructure level appear to face the leap to professional football.
One of the first tasks that Sabadell will have to face is that of lawn change, the adequacy of the substitutes’ warm-up zone and everything that surrounds the playing field to be able to place the advertising screens. Everything must be in perfect condition before the first league game starts at home. At the meeting between Sabadell executives and LaLiga representatives, members of the Sabadell city council, such as the Regidora d’Esports, Laura Reyes, were also present, because the holder of the Nova Creu Alta is the municipal council. Reyes, in statements to Ràdio Sabadell, said that “several things will have to be adapted and changed, and surely more will come out over the days, but we are very happy with this promotion.”
The investment that will have to be made in the harlequin stadium will be important and from the city council they have been willing to help the club as much as possible because, according to Reyes, “we understand that It is a city project in which we will all benefit. Be it the hotel, commercial and even cultural sectors. We are in meetings with the Board of the Sabadell because it is something in which we have to go hand in hand. “Finally, in addition to the lawn, another of the things that are sought to be modified is the press area, some accesses and the placement of a new video marker .