A fire in a building in Valencia leads to the

A fire in a building in Valencia leads to the postponement of the team's La Liga games

After the tragic fire that rocked the Valencia region of Spain on Thursday (22), two Spanish championship games have been officially postponed. The matches between Valencia and Granada, valid for LaLiga, and Levante and Andorra, for LaLiga 2, will not take place on the scheduled dates due to the sad event.

The situation in Valencia

The major fire shook two blocks of flats in Valencia. According to the region's emergency services, four people were unfortunately killed and another 19 are still missing. This tragedy led to the request to postpone football games scheduled for this weekend.

Impact in LaLiga and LaLiga 2

In response to the request from the Valencia and Granada clubs, LaLiga and LaLiga 2 issued official statements announcing the postponements. Both football associations did not oppose the clubs' request as they understood the moment of grief that the region is currently going through. The two clubs and organizations also published messages of support for the victims' families.

Support from other clubs

Major Spanish clubs such as Barcelona and Real Madrid also expressed their solidarity in the face of the tragedy and expressed their condolences on their social networks. Out of respect for the victims, Valencia observed a minute's silence before training. The club flags flew at halfmast in mourning.

With the postponement of the games, a new announcement of the planned date of the games is awaited.