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La Liga - Official broadcast guide, 2019-20 season

La Liga - Official broadcast guide for the 2019-20 season

August 10, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
One of the most followed leagues in the world kicks off in a few more days. Here's all you need to know to keep track of it wherever you live.

When does the 2019-20 La Liga season start?

The 2019-20 La Liga season kicks off on August 16, with Athletic Club hosting Barcelona.

Who are the defending champions?

Barcelona will begin the 2019-20 La Liga season as defending champions, following their impressive 2018-19 campaign, which saw them claim the title with an 11-point advantage over Atlético Madrid. Los culés scored 90 goals en route to the championship, and to top it all, they only lost three of their 38 fixtures in the Spanish top-flight.

Which teams are playing in the 2019-20 La Liga season? 

  • Alaves

  • Athletic Club

  • Atletico Madrid

  • Barcelona

  • Betis

  • Celta Vigo

  • Eibar

  • Espanyol

  • Getafe

  • Granada

  • Leganes

  • Levante

  • Mallorca

  • Osasuna

  • Real Madrid

  • Real Sociedad

  • Real Valladolid

  • Sevilla

  • Valencia

  • Villarreal

Which teams were promoted and relegated ahead of the 2019-20 La Liga season?

Promoted teams

  • Osasuna

  • Granada

  • Mallorca

Relegated teams

  • Girona

  • Huesca

  • Rayo Vallecano

What are the key fixtures in the 2019-20 La Liga season? 

  • Opening weekend: August 16 to August 19, 2019.

  • First Basque Derby: Athletic Club vs Real Sociedad - August 30, 2019.

  • First Madrid Derby: Atlético vs Real Madrid - September 29, 2019.

  • First El Clásico of the season: Barcelona vs Real Madrid - October 27, 2019.

  • First Derby of Sevilla: Real Betis vs Sevilla - November 10, 2019.

  • First Valencian Derby: Levante vs Valencia - December 8, 2019.

  • First Catalan Derby: Espanyol vs Barcelona - January 5, 2020.

  • Second El Clásico of the season: Real Madrid vs Barcelona: March 1, 2020.

  • Final weekend: May 22 to May 24, 2020.

Where can I watch La Liga (TV, online streaming and on-demand)?

Spain

TV: Gol will broadcast one or two games in all matchdays of La Liga's season. The remaining games of each weekend will be broadcast by Movistar.


United States

TV: beIN Sports USA and beIN Sports en Español will handle coverage of all La Liga games with simultaneous broadcasts in English and Spanish, respectively.

Online: beIN Sports Connect will stream La Liga games for mobile devices, with English and Spanish broadcasts available.

On-demand: fuboTV and Fanatiz will stream beIN Sports USA's content on demand. Fanatiz will stream beIN Sports en Español's content on their platform.


Canada

TV: beIN Sports Canada and beIN Sports en Español will broadcast all La Liga games in English and Spanish language throughout Canadian soil.

Online: beIN Sports Connect will stream all games in English and Spanish. DAZN Canada will also stream some La Liga games on their platform.

On-demand: fuboTV will have beIN Sports Canada and beIN Sports en Español's content on demand. 


United Kingdom

TV: Eleven Sports UK will broadcast all La Liga games in the U.K., except those that take place on Saturday at 15:00 GMT. Premier Media will also broadcast a number of La Liga games on their channels, Premier Sports 1 and Premier Sports 2.

Online: Premier Sports will stream all La Liga available on their two channels via their online platform: Premier Player HD.


France

TV: beIN Sports France will broadcast between five and six La Liga games every weekend.

Online: beIN Sports Connect will stream the same five or six games available on TV, but for mobile devices in France.


Germany

TV: DAZN DACH will broadcast all La Liga games in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

Online: DAZN DACH will stream all La Liga games in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

On-Demand: DAZN DACH will stream all La Liga games on-demand in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.


Italy

TV: DAZN Italia will broadcast between five and six La Liga games every weekend.

Online: DAZN Italia will stream the same five or six La Liga games for mobile devices.


Brazil

TV: ESPN Brazil will broadcast select La Liga games throughout the season. Fox Sports has an agreement with ESPN for this season, which will also give them the chance to broadcast the same games on their channels.

Online: Watch ESPN will stream the same La Liga games available on ESPN. Fox's online service, Fox Play, will have the right to stream the same games as Fox Sports does on their TV channels.


Mexico

TV: Sky HD will broadcast all La Liga games in Mexico. TUDN will air two games each weekend for the entire duration of La Liga.

Online: Blue to Go Video Everywhere will stream online all La Liga games for mobile devices.

On-demand: Blue to go Video Everywhere will stream select games on-demand.


Nigeria

TV: Super Sport 7 and Canal+ África will broadcast some La Liga games for the entire duration of the tournament.

 

 


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