Intercity was born with the aim of showing that there is another way to finance junior football clubs in Spain. And judging from its results, both in terms of sport and economic performance, it seems that it works quite well. In 4 years, the first team has been promoted three times and currently competes in the 2nd REEF Division. The club also has a women’s team in the first regional league of Valencia, a men’s B team in the regional league, a beach football team and a junior football school.
Investors are the key to the project. By atomizing their shareholders, they obtain the necessary financing to grow and to make their followers feel the club as their own. This way, the club is supported by the shareholders instead of relying on a sponsor.