Spanish Cup Related Content
They are the two teams with the most Spanish Cup's titles. Athletic will be the home team due to their longevity in the league.
Barcelona against Athletic Bilbao will face each other to see who gets one more Copa del Rey trophy added to their cabinet. Barcelona has 26 and Athletic has 23, they both lead the list of the teams with the most wins of the competition. Camp Nou will be the battlefield, but Athletic will be the home team in enemy territory.
Barcelona is aiming for the treble in the first season of Luis... Read the rest of the article »
Entering the pitch as the probable victim, how can Athletic Bilbao manage to pull a stunner against the heavily favored Blaugranas?
Even if Athletic Bilbao arrives into this match as the proverbial victim, Los Leones de San Mamés still possess some weapons and tactics that could hurt Barcelona's prospects of winning the treble. Usually a complicated side to beat for Luis Enrique's men, Athletic have shown quite an impressive form in their most recent games, where they were trying to reach European football spots in La Liga.... Read the rest of the article »
Watch live action as the likes of Falcao, Cristiano Ronaldo, Jose Mourinho and Diego Simeone clash this Friday in the 2012/13 Copa del Rey final.
Miami Beach, Florida (May 15, 2013) -- The Spanish capital will be set ablaze on Friday as Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid combat to succeed Barcelona as 2013 Copa del Rey champions. Ahead of this Spanish cup final fixture, LiveSoccerTV.com helps you with live TV listings. Find where to watch Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid live at 15:30 EST / 19:30 GMT / 21:30 CET on Friday, May 17, 2013.
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Friday night will determine which team, between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, will snatch away Barcelona’s Copa del Rey title.
Ahead of the big kick-off, we take you through five different angles related to the 2013 Spanish Cup final. We look into Real Madrid’s defensive line-up, Jose Mourinho’s obligation to win the title, Iker Casillas’ miserable time on the bench, Atletico Madrid’s incredible form in Cup Finals during the past three years, and the influence of their two super strikers – Radamel... Read the rest of the article »
The biggest fixture of the season is finally here and it came quite early thanks to a Copa del Rey semi-final match between Real Madrid and Barcelona. Brace yourself for El Clasico!
The Catalans are hungry to win back the league crown they lost last season while the Spanish giants are striving to knock defending Spanish Cup champions Barcelona off their perch. Three Clasicos are on the menu with the first of those on January 30 at the Santiago Bernabeu.
After a successful campaign last year where they hit a record 100 points in the league, Real Madrid failed to transfer... Read the rest of the article »
It will be all guns blazing when Real Madrid and Barcelona step onto the Santiago Barnabeu with Copa Del Rey final tickets at stake as Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are expected to star.
The two maestros have been in the twilight of their careers and have taken world football by storm with their performances. The Ronaldo vs Messi era truly began when Barcelona demolished their archrivals from Castilla 5-0 at the Camp Nou back in November 2010.
Messi was clearly victorious in that contest, scoring for the very first time against a team managed by Mourinho. The rivalry between... Read the rest of the article »
El Clasico 2013's series begins with a clash between Real Madrid and Barcelona in the Copa del Rey semis at the Santiago Bernabeu. Which team will have the upper hand ahead of the second leg?
Several factors could decide El Clasico on Wednesday night. They are all being discussed by soccer pundits ahead of this Spanish Cup battle.
Barcelona have never hesitated to replace Victor Valdes by Pinto in cup matches. Like it happened in the 2011/12 Spanish quarter-finals or in the 2010 Copa del Rey final, Pinto is expected to be in post against Real Madrid. This time... Read the rest of the article »
Real Madrid lambasted Getafe winning 4-0 at home. All the four goals were scored in the decisive half of the game as a perfect warm up for El Clasico on Wednesday.
Getafe failed to create clear cut opportunities and as a result of which they could not score. Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo had a great time in the second period. The number 7 player scored a sensational hat-trick and looks in top class form ahead of the game against fierce rivals Barcelona in the Copa del Rey.
Ronaldo was assisted by Di Maria and Ozil respectively for his opening two goals... Read the rest of the article »