The Federation, which had received two nominations to organize the final, La Cartuja and the Metropolitan, has decided on Seville after the commitment acquired by Javier Imbroda, Minister of Education and Sports of the Junta de Andalucía, which had requested the Federation to organize the Copa del Rey during the next four editions. Imbroda, in addition, undertakes to pay an amount that the Madrid City Council did not reach despite the interest of its mayor, Martínez-Almeida. That of April 18 will be the third final of the Copa del Rey to be played at the La Cartuja stadium, which has now hosted two other years: that of 1999 between Valencia and Atlético de Madrid and that of 2001 between Zaragoza and the Celtic. With the next four Cup finals, the Junta de Andalucía intends to relaunch the Seville Coliseum, built in its day under a large chimera: that Betis and Sevilla shared the stadium. After the visit that the technicians of the Federation made on Monday to the stadium of La Cartuja of which this newspaper reported in scoop, the reports presented make favorite to Seville to organize the final of the Copa del Rey next April 18. If the Andalusian Board also complies with its investment plan, which amounts to more than fifteen million euros, the Andalusian Coliseum will be the fixed headquarters of the Copa del Rey during the next three editions. The RFEF Contracting Board will meet on Wednesday and the election of La Cartuja could be official on Friday.