Girona FC and the city council have reached an agreement for the property of the Montilivi stadium to be owned by the Catalan club for the next fifty years. A step that they see necessary from the club to be able to grow one step more within the Spanish soccer.
In addition to the Montilivi concession, Girona FC can take advantage of the nearby spaces in the stadium. Up to 22% building capacity will have the club, something that will serve to build more stands and spaces for fans outside the venue. Among the things that they want to improve, is the obligation on the part of the LFP to change lighting, remove the portable stands and put them fixed and the expansion of the South Goal in more than 1,000 seats.
After almost a year of negotiation, the agreement will allow the entity to negotiate with any company to name the stadium, as long as it maintains Montilivi or Girona within it. Friday will have to ratify the agreement in the consistory with the approval by absolute majority, something that does not jeopardize the agreement as it is expected that all parliamentary groups vote in favor.