Cadiz wants to provoke Real Madrid like Leeds did against Liverpool.
Cadiz will replicate Leeds United’s anti-European stance when Real Madrid meet at Estadio Ramon de Carranza on Wednesday night.
The Leeds players wore t-shirts ahead of their game against Liverpool on Monday which read ‘Football is for the fans’ on the back and ‘Deserve it’ on the front.
“Super League? Football belongs to everyone,” read the message on the Cadiz jersey.
Osasuna and Valencia will also wear anti-Super League t-shirts
On Wednesday night, ahead of the Cadiz and Real Madrid game, Osasuna and Valencia will show their solidarity with non-Super League clubs by posting the same message the Leeds players adopted: ‘Deserve it’.
There will be a meeting hosted by LaLiga with the 17 presidents of the clubs affected by the European Super League proposal in the coming hours, and it seems clear that more protests are expected to follow.
On Sunday, 12 teams in total including six from England, three from Spain and three from Italy confirmed their readiness to join the new competition which has been designed to compete with the current Champions League.
In addition to the 12 clubs already confirmed for the Super League, the competition is expected to add three more teams to reach a standing group of 15 teams, with five more clubs allowed to qualify for the competition each year.
The new format will see 36 teams compete in a single championship format to replace the group stage. Each team will play a total of 10 home and away matches, with the top eight qualifying automatically for the round of 16 and those finishing between ninth and 24th will play play-offs in the form of a home and away match for decide on the eight other clubs entering the knockout phase which will be played in the same form as the current C1.