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La Liga Standings

1 Real Madrid 32 25 6 1 70 22 +48 81 WWWWW
2 Barcelona 32 21 7 4 64 37 +27 70 LWWWW
3 Girona 32 21 5 6 67 40 +27 68 WLWLW
4 Atlético Madrid 32 19 4 9 59 38 +21 61 LWWLL
5 Athletic Club 32 16 10 6 52 30 +22 58 DDLWW
6 Real Sociedad 32 13 12 7 46 34 +12 51 DDWWW
7 Real Betis 32 12 12 8 40 38 +2 48 WWLLL
8 Valencia 32 13 8 11 35 34 +1 47 LWWDL
9 Villarreal 32 11 9 12 51 55 -4 42 WDLWW
10 Getafe 32 9 13 10 38 44 -6 40 DDLWL
11 Osasuna 32 11 6 15 37 46 -9 39 LLWLL
12 Sevilla 32 9 10 13 41 45 -4 37 WWWLD
13 Las Palmas 32 10 7 15 30 39 -9 37 LLLLL
14 Deportivo Alavés 32 9 8 15 28 38 -10 35 WLLLW
15 Rayo Vallecano 32 7 13 12 27 39 -12 34 WDDWL
16 Mallorca 32 6 13 13 26 38 -12 31 LLDWL
17 Celta de Vigo 32 7 10 15 37 47 -10 31 WLDWL
18 Cádiz 32 4 13 15 22 45 -23 25 LLWLW
19 Granada 32 3 9 20 33 61 -28 18 DWLLL
20 Almería 32 1 11 20 31 64 -33 14 LDLWD
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Broadcast Rights

Where can you watch La Liga in United States?

» Seasons 2021-2029
Following ESPN's acquisition of La Liga rights in 2021, Disney-owned network ABC has expanded its sports broadcasting portfolio in USA by featuring select high-profile matches from Spain's top soccer league. ABC’s LaLiga coverage may include the renowned El Clásico matchups between Barcelona and Real Madrid, among other significant games.
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» 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. 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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» OTT subscription service ESPN+ will stream all 380 La Liga matches every season.




» 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.


La Liga News

Barca chief wants Clasico replay if Yamal 'ghost goal' call wrong

AFP · 1 day ago

Barcelona president Joan Laporta said Monday the club will demand a Clasico replay if they can prove officials made a mistake by not allowing Lamine Yamal's "ghost goal".

Barca's De Jong to miss end of season with ankle sprain - reports

AFP · 1 day ago

Frenkie de Jong is set to miss the rest of the season after Barcelona confirmed on Monday the midfielder suffered an ankle sprain in the Clasico in La Liga at the weekend.

Bellingham brings Madrid to brink of title with Clasico winner

AFP · 2 days ago

Jude Bellingham snatched Real Madrid a dramatic 3-2 Clasico win over champions Barcelona on Sunday with a "fundamental"

'Shameful' La Liga has no goal-line technology: Barca coach Xavi

AFP · 2 days ago

Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez blasted La Liga for not employing goal-line technology after his team's 3-2 Clasico defeat on Sunday left Real Madrid on the brink of the title.

Bellingham snatches Madrid dramatic Clasico win over Barcelona

AFP · 2 days ago

Jude Bellingham snatched Real Madrid a dramatic 3-2 Clasico win over champions Barcelona on Sunday to take them 11 points clear at the top of La Liga with six matches remaining.

Hurting Atletico fall to defeat at Alaves

AFP · 2 days ago

Atletico Madrid suffered a 2-0 defeat at Alaves in La Liga on Sunday to dent their chances of a top four finish and end a woeful week.

Barca coach Xavi hails rivals Madrid ahead of Clasico

AFP · 3 days ago

Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez praised rivals Real Madrid ahead of their Clasico showdown in La Liga on Sunday.

About La Liga

La Liga History, Format, Organization, Media Coverage

The Spanish Primera División, and commonly referred to as La Liga, is the top club competition in Spain. The tournament saw the light in 1929 and is currently operated by the Liga Nacional de Fútbol Profesional, a branch of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF). It has also been named as the best domestic league in the world for several years, according to UEFA’s coefficient system.

With its status as the top-tier football category in Spain, La Liga operates under a promotion-relegation system, with the top teams after each season earning spots in European competitions, and with the last three teams in each tournament being relegated to the Spanish Segunda División. Every year, twenty teams will go 38 rounds to determine the winner and those teams that leave the tournament. Thanks to this system, over 60 teams have played in La Liga, with only nine of them earning the right to call themselves champions.

One of the most relevant aspects in La Liga is the presence of two of the most popular teams in the world: Real Madrid and Barcelona. These Spanish giants frequently go toe-to-toe to win the league title every year, and their rivalry is followed via TV and streaming platforms across the globe every season, with El Clásico being a major sports event. This rivalry hit its peak during the 2010s, when Lionel Messi (Barcelona) and Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) played for these highly popular clubs. The outcome of that rivalry even saw both players becoming their team’s all-time top scorers and the best in league history, with Messi earning the top spot in this category.

Broadcasting rights for the popular Spanish Primera Division (La Liga) are highly sought out in almost every region in the world, with companies such as Movistar (Spain), ESPN and beIN Sports (MENA region) being some of the networks that have recently won broadcasting and streaming rights to La Liga. In the USA, ESPN has secured both English and Spanish TV and live streaming rights for La Liga until the 2029 season.

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