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Spanish Copa del Rey

The Spanish Copa del Rey is a prestigious football competition in Spain, which was created in 1902. Its full name is Copa de Su Majestad El Rey Don Juan Carlos, referring to the current King of Spain. The Spanish Football clubs eligible to play in the competitions are clubs from the Primera Division, the Segunda A, the Segunda B, and the Tercera Division. From the round 32 of the competition onwards, two-legged matches take place, except the final, which is a single match. The Champions of the Copa del Rey automatically appear in the Spanish Super Cup and the UEFA Europa League in the upcoming season.

Fixtures / Results / TV Schedules / Live Streams


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Channels licensed to broadcast Copa del Rey in United States

beIN Sports USA
2012-2015
Live and Exclusive on beIN SPORTS. English and Spanish language rights.
ESPN
2014-2015
Copa del Rey Final on ESPN.
ESPN Deportes
2014-2016
Spanish language.

 

News

‘No need to compare historic Real Madrid to Barcelona’ – France’s Varane
Live Soccer TV
How long will Real Madrid’s incredible perfect run last in the UEFA Champions League, La Liga and the Copa del Rey? French defender Raphael Varane has big ambitions…
Cornella vs Real Madrid live: Watch Oct. 29, 2014 Copa del Rey match
Live Soccer TV
After seeing Los Blancos beat Liverpool in Europe and Barcelona in El Clasico, watch Cornella vs Real Madrid live online or on TV as the Copa del Rey returns!
Copa del Rey 2014, Round 4: Schedule, scores and results
SB Nation
The remainder of the top division sides will be in action including Barcelona facing Segunda División B side Huesca who are ecstatic for a shot at the Spanish giants ... seriously. All ties in the Copa del Rey knockout stages, minus the final, are two ...
Does Barcelona Want To Sell Lionel Messi?
FanSided
In 288 La Liga matches for Barcelona, Messi has 250 goals and including Copa del Rey and UEFA competition, he has 364 goals in 437 games. However, a report in England's Guardian says Messi may be looking to leave Spain to avoid tax problems.
Manchester United Transfer Rumors: Why Gareth Bale-for-David De Gea Swap ...
Latin Post
The team invested over $100 million a year ago to bring him to Spain, and he went on to score not one, but two Cup-winning goals. Not even Ronaldo can boast to having scored a game-winner in a Cup final since 2010, when he did it in the Copa del Rey.
#SG25 No. 15 – Gareth Bale: The freak
Soccer Gods
One goal in last year's Copa del Rey final won over any lingering critics — those who refused to believe his ascent would persist at the Bernabéu: ... There were worries that Bale might not settle in Spain, a worry that became an excuse for Michael Owen.
Eibar Plays Its First La Liga Home Game against Real Madrid
Latin American Herald Tribune
Although this is the first season for Eibar playing in Spain's top soccer division since its founding 74 years ago and the club possesses very modest financial capabilities. Eibar, however, has managed to achieve surprising wins ... Saturday's match is ...
Fox Sports seals Spanish soccer rights package
Goal.com
Fox Sports in the Netherlands has acquired a package of Spanish soccer rights, including national team games, until 2018. The broadcaster has won the exclusive Dutch rights to Spain's home national team friendlies. It will also broadcast the Copa del ...
Simeone declares himself happy at Atletico
RTE.ie
As well as that, Simeone has won the Europa League, the Copa del Rey, UEFA Super Cup and Spanish Supercopa with Atletico. The former Argentina international, who also had two spells as a player with Atletico in the 1990s and 2000s, added: "The ...
Diego Simeone distances himself from Manchester City rumours
Irish Times
As well as that, Simeone has won the Europa League, the Copa del Rey, UEFA Super Cup and Spanish Supercopa with Atletico. The former Argentina international, who also had two spells as a player with Atletico in the 1990s and 2000s, added: “The ...

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