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1 Real Madrid 8 7 0 1 16 6 +10 21 WWLWW
2 Barcelona 8 6 2 0 19 8 +11 20 WDWWW
3 Girona 8 6 1 1 18 11 +7 19 LWWWW
4 Atlético Madrid 7 5 1 1 18 7 +11 16 WWWLW
5 Real Sociedad 8 4 3 1 16 10 +6 15 WWWLW
6 Athletic Club 8 4 2 2 13 9 +4 14 LDWWD
7 Real Betis 8 3 3 2 10 12 -2 12 WDDLW
8 Rayo Vallecano 8 3 3 2 9 11 -2 12 DDDWL
9 Valencia 8 3 1 4 9 10 -1 10 LLDWL
10 Osasuna 8 3 1 4 9 10 -1 10 WLDLL
11 Getafe 8 2 3 3 10 13 -3 9 DDLWL
12 Cádiz 8 2 3 3 8 11 -3 9 LDDLW
13 Villarreal 8 2 2 4 10 13 -3 8 DLDWL
14 Las Palmas 8 2 2 4 4 7 -3 8 WLWLL
15 Sevilla 7 2 1 4 11 10 +1 7 LWDWL
16 Mallorca 8 1 4 3 11 14 -3 7 DDLWD
17 Deportivo Alavés 8 2 1 5 6 12 -6 7 LDLLW
18 Celta de Vigo 8 1 2 5 8 13 -5 5 LDLLW
19 Granada 8 1 2 5 13 21 -8 5 DDLLL
20 Almería 8 0 3 5 11 21 -10 3 DLDLL
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Top Scorers

J. BellinghamReal Madrid 6 0
T. KuboReal Sociedad 5 0
R. LewandowskiBarcelona 5 1
Álvaro MorataAtletico Madrid 5 0
Sergio ArribasAlmeria 4 0
I. WilliamsAthletic Bilbao 4 0
V. MuriqiMallorca 4 1
Abdón PratsMallorca 4 0
JoseluReal Madrid 4 0
L. SuárezAlmeria 4 1
A. SørlothVillarreal 4 0
BarrenetxeaReal Sociedad 3 0
L. BoyéGranada 3 0
Á. CorreaAtletico Madrid 3 0
Willian JoséReal Betis 3 0

Channels licensed to broadcast La Liga in United States

American Broadcasting Company
American Broadcasting Company » Seasons 2021-2029
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ESPN » Seasons 2021-2029
The Walt Disney Company’s sports network ESPN has acquired exclusive rights to the Spanish La Liga in the USA. ESPN’s eight-year deal gives it full access to La Liga’s English- and Spanish-language rights in America through 2029. Signed prior to the 2021/22 season, ESPN’s record-breaking agreement was reported to be worth $175 million per year, totaling about $1,4 billion.
More details Live La Liga matches in USA are expected to be televised on linear ESPN networks, including the flagship ESPN channel and ESPN Deportes, as well as on ABC.

All fixtures are to be aired in high definition both on TV and digital platforms. Detailed match highlights along with analysis and studio programs such as SportsCenter and Fuera de Juego will continuously enrich the viewers experience, every season. This is in addition to game previews, half-time talks, postgame and magazine shows. La Liga content will additionally be distributed on ESPN’s social media pages in USA. Naturally, every La Liga game shown on ESPN will be accessible via partner streaming services in America.

2023-24 season update:

ESPN and LaLiga embark on their third consecutive year of collaboration for the 2023-24 football season. As part of the comprehensive coverage strategy, the network is introducing "La Peña de LALIGA" on ESPN Deportes. This program is tailored to provide an in-depth perspective on the league, offering analyses, debates, and insights featuring notable figures such as Hugo Sanchez and Mario Kempes. On the digital side, ESPN's strategy encompasses a team of reporters based in Spain, ensuring timely coverage of major teams, including FC Barcelona, Real Madrid, and Atlético de Madrid. ESPN has outlined an extensive social media strategy to supplement the broadcast and digital coverage, providing real-time updates and exclusive content across platforms.
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ESPN+ » OTT subscription service ESPN+ will stream all 380 La Liga matches every season.
fuboTV » Seasons 2021-2024
fuboTV features every Spanish La Liga match covered by ESPN's linear networks on its OTT platform. Streams are available in HD both live and on demand in USA.



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About La Liga

La Liga hosts two of the biggest clubs in the world: eternal rivals and European heavyweights Barcelona and Real Madrid. Founded in 1929, the competition ranks among Europe’s top-five leagues for the prestigious reputation it has attained over the years. The league is contested among 20 clubs and functions under the double round-robin format where each team plays each other twice in a season. At the end of the season, the team with the most points is crowned as champions. Operating on a relegation and promotion system with the Segunda Division, three teams are relegated from La Liga at the end of every season. They are replaced by three new teams promoted from the first division league. In Europe, La Liga can get up to seven spots to compete in the two continental championships each season. The top-four sides enter UEFA’s elite club competition, the Champions League, whereas the teams that occupy fifth and sixth compete in the Europa League. Spain’s primary cup competition, Copa Del Rey, offers another outlet for Europa League football. However, that is only possible if the competition is won by a team that has already secured a European berth via La Liga. In that case, the spot goes to the league’s seventh-placed side. The marketability and appeal epitomized by La Liga cannot be understated as, over the years, it has been home to some of the finest football talents ever seen. In the mid-20th century, Real Madrid’s dominant side consisting of Alfredo Di Stéfano and Ferenc Puskás. Di Stéfano, Puskás, Raymond Kopa, and Francisco Gento were crucial in the quest to make the league renowned globally. This will not be fully ascertained without an honorable mention of Barcelona’s ‘Dream Team’ under Johan Cruyff. International stars Romario, Michael Laudrup, Hristo Stoichkov, and Ronald Koeman, as well as La Masia, graduates Pep Guardiola, Albert Ferrer, and Guillermo Amor, all made the period worthwhile. The 90s and early 2000s offered us new challengers and world-class footballers for Real Madrid in Raúl, Casillas, Ronaldo, Roberto Carlos, Figo, Beckham, Zidane, while Barcelona also had their crop of superstars in Luis Enrique, Rivaldo, Romario, Ronaldinho, Samuel E’too, Xavi, Iniesta, Puyol. All in all, the era characterized by the duopoly Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, sets unrivaled precedence that will linger for generations.

Did you know? Lionel Messi owns practically all goalscoring records in La Liga, including most goals scored, goals scored in a single season (50) and most goals scored in a calendar year (59).

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