This applies to both in and outside the European Economic Area (EEA).
In its view, the proposal does not meet certain requirements established in the Royal Decree-Law 5/2015. In a statement, it urges the league to adapt its proposals in the following aspects:
Limit the audiovisual content subject to commercialisation to the times mentioned in article 1.1 of the above Royal Decree-Law.
It adheres to the powers granted to it in the Royal Decree-Law. That is to say, “the joint commercialisation” of the audiovisual rights included in the scope of the norm and adapt the content of the commercialisation of rights to this faculty.
Do not include reservations of rights that are not justified, or obligations in the field of advertising and /or sponsorship.
Clarify the scope of the contents of the lots and set the criteria for the assessment of the requirements for their award, to ensure the achievement of a transparent and competitive procedure.
Reform those aspects indicated in the report that are contrary to the principles of publicity, transparency, competitiveness and non-discrimination in the procedure for submitting offers and awarding rights.
It concludes by saying that the marketing proposal presented by the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) will be subject to articles 1 and 2 of Law 15/2007 on the Defense of Competition (LDC), and 101 and 102 of the Treaty of Operation of the European Union (TFEU), in all those aspects that exceed the protection provided by Royal Decree-Law 5/2015.