21 March 2024 - 4:30 AM



Thursday briefing: RFEF offices and Luis Rubiales’ home searched as part of investigation into Supercopa deal

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The headquarters of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) and the home of its former president Luis Rubiales have been searched as part of an investigation into alleged corruption over the deal to play Supercopa de Espana matches in Saudi Arabia.

According to Spanish media reports, the search on the RFEF offices was carried out by officers from Spain’s Civil Guard in coordination with anti-corruption prosecutors and with the support of Europol.

It is understood

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