Updated Monday, February 19, 2024-19:14

The match between the Olimpico de Parla cadets, who were playing at home, against the Arancetano de Aranjuez football club

was "tense" from the beginning.

Several sent off, "offensive" shouts, according to police sources, from the stands... Few were happy with the decisions made by the referee inside the Alfredo di Stéfano de Parla sports complex.

The match ended with a visitor victory, something that inflamed spirits even more. Three players from the Parla team, aged between 14 and 15, went to the referee's booth, aged 17, to ask for explanations. According to the referee's complaint,

he was allegedly "attacked" by receiving "several kicks"

, something that he recorded in the match report. Furthermore, the victim reported the incident to the police station, also presenting a medical report of the injuries. From the visiting team they claim that it was only a boy who kicked the referee.

Given what happened, the Royal Madrid Football Federation has issued a statement on social networks in which it describes the events that occurred this Sunday as "serious" and assures that "it is studying the case and

will proceed to take very serious and forceful measures."

"In the face of Violence, Zero Tolerance for Violence in Football," they add.

From the Parla Olympic club they have expressed their "deep discomfort" over the events that occurred against "the attacked referee" in the match against Arancetano. And given this, they have assured that

they have expelled the "aggressive player" from the team.