Watch La Liga live in 2017/18!
Watch the wonderful skills of some of the world’s greatest players up close in Spain’s La Liga this season!
Spanish sides are dominating European competitions in recent seasons. The domestic fixtures have now been revealed so start planning your dream trip to a league match in 2017/18!
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See Champions League winners Real Madrid
Real Madrid are the undisputed kings of European football. They beat Juventus in Cardiff to win the European Cup/Champions League a record 12th time.
Their squad is packed with star names, such as Wales superstar Gareth Bale and of course Cristiano Ronaldo.
Their 81,000 capacity Santiago Bernabéu stadium is the most modern in Spain and is a colosseum of noise when Real play at home.
They begin their home fixtures against Valencia over the August Bank Holiday weekend. Sevilla are the visitors in early December – then it’s El Clásico, welcoming Barcelona to Madrid, the weekend before Christmas.
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See Barcelona at the Camp Nou!
The Camp Nou is the biggest football stadium in Europe – just under 100,000 fans can pack into the famous arena to see Barça play.
Messi, Suárez, Neymar – it is a dream team, and that’s why Barcelona are one of the best supported clubs in the world. The club slogan is ‘Més que un club’ meaning ‘More than a club’ – it defines the whole Catalan region of Spain.
Barcelona’s La Liga season kicks off at home to Real Betis on the weekend of August 20 (exact dates and times are still to be confirmed).
They welcome Espanyol for the Barcelona derby the weekend of September 10, and Sevilla are the visitors the weekend of November 5.
El Clásico at the Camp Nou is the weekend of May 6 – and the season ends at home to Real Sociedad two weeks later.
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See Atlético Madrid in their new stadium!
The wait is nearly over – Atlético Madrid are about the move into their new stadium!
They waved goodbye to the much loved Vicente Calderón at the end of last season and now move across the city into the 68,000 capacity Estadio Wanda Metropolitano.
The first three matches of the season will be played away as the Wanda Metropolitano is readied for its first fixture – which takes place on September 16 or 17 against Málaga.
Barcelona pay a visit over the weekend of October 15. Atlético then welcome Real Madrid for the first big city derby at the new venue over the weekend of November 19.
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