In order to balance competitions, the RFEF also presents a plan of three or four seasons view to ensure that the groups of Second B, Third and lower categories remain in the same way as today. The protocol also applies to women’s football, futsal and all youth categories.. In addition, it is studied how to finish the minor categories, although studies and health will always be above the calendar and its definitive closure for this season is not ruled out.By last, The RFEF guarantees that it will maintain the existing Mixed Commission to give full guarantee to non-professional soccer players and to also provide ease of payment to the clubs. In addition, as explained by the federal body in its statement, the Salary Guarantee Fund will double to correct any unsuspected situation that may arise around this crisis. Luis Rubiales has made a proposal based on an end to the express championship with no more regular season matches, with playoffs and no relegation. The break of non-professional football is a serious problem for the Second B and Third clubs, which not only lose a significant amount of income, but also face an uncertain end of season with the need to play a Playoff that, under normal conditions , drags the competition until the beginning of July. For this reason, ProLiga sent a letter to the RFEF in search of answers and today the body has presented its alternative.The RFEF, through a press release on its website, has reported that it has contacted the territorial federations after the meeting held with the CSD and has made an innovative proposal. There would be an express promotion mechanism through the usual Playoff, but eliminating the round trip, to leave it in a single match. In this way, they would remain promotions guaranteed promised at the beginning of the season. The remaining days would not be played. However, the competition would change as Luis Rubiales also adds the suppression of declines.