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La Liga global broadcast guide

La Liga global broadcast guide to watch the Spanish Primera Division on TV, online, on-demand

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Août 3, 2017 Par Oscar Rojas
Learn how to tune into La Liga on TV and Online. Check out who the global broadcasters are for the Spanish Primera Division across the globe by country.

Global Broadcasters for Spanish Primera Division

La Liga (2017-18 Season) – USA Broadcasters

beIN SPORTS holds exclusive La Liga broadcast rights in the US. Throughout the season, the network will broadcast several matches live on TV, many of which will feature giants Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Atletico Madrid.

Spanish-language coverage will be carried on beIN SPORTS En Español, whereas English-language broadcasts will be available on the English beIN SPORTS channel. All matches will also be available to stream live online on beIN SPORTS Connect on PC and mobile devices, as well as on OTT services such as fuboTV, Sling and DIRECTV NOW.

La Liga (2017-18 Season) – Canada Broadcasters

beIN SPORTS also holds exclusive broadcast rights in Canada for La Liga. Whereas both beIN Sports (English) and beIN SPORTS En Español are available to Canadian viewers via fuboTV’s Canadian platform, the broadcaster also operates a channel dedicated to viewers in the country under the name beIN SPORTS Canada. The latter will air live La Liga matches, with many other matches simulcast and streamed exclusively on the Canadian beIN SPORTS Connect service.

La Liga (2017-18 Season) – UK Broadcasters

Sky Sports remains the exclusive broadcaster of La Liga in the UK, with over 100 matches lined-up for the 2017-18 season on its portfolio of channels. As part of moves to enhance its HD and Ultra HD (4K) telecasts, Sky Sports relaunched its sports package to offer Sky Sports Football, a new channel partly dedicated to weekly La Liga action. Online and mobile streaming will additionally remain accessible to subscribers on Sky Sports’ web platform and mobile apps.

La Liga (2017-18 Season) - Australian Broadcasters

Live La Liga games will be aired on beIN SPORTS in Australia. Numerous games will be shown on television, whereas all fixtures will be available live on beIN SPORTS Connect, which is accessible to subscribers and mobile users running the Connect application for either Android or iOS.

For a list of additional countries, please visit the La Liga competition page to view specific territorial broadcasting rights. 

NOTE: The broadcast information on this page will be regularly updated as new broadcast information is confirmed. Please bookmark the page to check back.

How can I find out who is playing?
Visit our La Liga competition page for the most current official broadcast listings.

What is the current table ranking?
Visit our La Liga competition page for the latest table rankings.

2016-17 Spanish Primera Division (La Liga) Info and Highlights:

La Liga Champions: Real Madrid FC

Top Scorers:
 

  • Pichichi: Lionel Messi, 37 goals
  • 2nd: Luis Suárez, 29 goals
  • 3rd: Cristiano Ronaldo, 25 Goals

Most Assists

  • 1st: Luis Suárez, 13 assists
  • 2nd: Toni Kroos, 12 assists

Best Goalkeeper: Jan Oblak: 0.72 goals per game

Teams Relegated: Sporting Gijón, Osasuna, Granada

Who are the 2017-18 La Liga season promoted teams?

  • Promoted: Levante, Girona and Getafe

Who qualified for the 2017-18 UEFA Champions League?

Four La Liga teams will participate in the UEFA Champions League this season, Defending champions Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atlético qualified automatically to the tournament's Group Stage, while Sevilla will need to battle for their spot in a playoff tie.

Who qualified for the 2017-18 UEFA Europa League?

Villarreal and Real Sociedad made it automatically to the 2017-18 Europa League group stages thanks to their fifth and sixth place finish in the 2016/17 La Liga season. Athletic Bilbao could join these teams later in the summer, as the Basque side will participate in the playoff rounds of the competition.

What were the biggest summer transfers?
Alvaro Morata became the most expensive transfer of all time for a Spanish player when Real Madrid agreed on a £80M transfer fee to ship the player to Chelsea. Los Blancos also parted ways with James Rodriguez, but the Colombian could still return to the team, as a buyback clause was included in his loan deal with Bayern Munich. There's a hue of expectation involving the Spanish capital giants and Barcelona, as they are yet to land a marquee signing this summer.

What were the biggest managerial changes before the start of the season?

The most notable managerial change was announced months before La Liga concluded, as Luis Enrique decided not to renew his contract with Barcelona after three successful years. Former Athletic Bilbao manager Ernesto Valverde will become Los Blaugranas' new boss. Other notable managerial changes involve Jorge Sampaoli, who left Sevilla after one season to fulfill his dream of coaching Argentina's National Team

 

 


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