The cups were claimed in battles held in Melilla over the weekend
San Francisco and CF Playa Cáceres won the Spanish Supercopas this Friday and Saturday with wins over local Melilla sides.
After an impressive debut appearance at the Euro Winners Cup, San Francisco dominated the cups in Spanish beach soccer over the weekend.
The Balearic side defeated the champions of the Spanish league CD Melilla by five goals to two to claim the Supercopa, after having won the Copa RFEF the day before.
CD Melilla were their opponents in the Copa RFEF as well, and that match ended with La Roja international Javi Torres, the tournament MVP, smashing in the winner to make it 9-8 to the side from Mallorca.
In the women’s competitions, CF Playa Cáceres and Higicontrol Melilla also played two finals in as many days, but the clubs won one each as the local side claimed the Copa RFEF by four goals to one.
However, they then lost the Supercopa match to CF Playa Cáceres the following day, in a tighter match which ended 4-5.
San Francisco 5-2 CD Melilla
San Francisco 9-8 CD Melilla
Higicontrol Melilla 4-1 CF Playa Cáceres
Higicontrol Melilla 4-5 CF Playa Cáceres
More information at rfef.es.