La Liga (Spain)

La Liga is the top league of Spanish football, consisting of 20 teams. The team to earn the highest points over the 38 match season is the champion, with the lowest 3 clubs relegated to the Segunda División.

The 2019 – 2020 champions were Real Madrid, winning their 34th title after the league was originally suspended from March to June due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The season was finished with the three promoted sides being Cádiz, Huesca and Elche, replacing Leganés, Mallorca and Espanyol.


2020 – 2021 La Liga Season

The below 20 teams are competing in La Liga in the 2020-2021 season. Click on the link next to the team (where available) for a guide to visiting the stadium and city, or view the map on the bottom of this page to see where each team is located.

Alavés – Mendizorrotza (Capacity – 19,840)

Athletic Bilbao – San Mamés (Capacity – 53,000)

Atlético Madrid – Wanda Metropolitano (Capacity – 68,000)

Barcelona – Camp Nou (Capacity – 99,354)

Cádiz – Ramón de Carranza (Capacity – 20,724)

Celta Vigo – Abanca-Balaídos (Capacity – 29,000)

Eibar – Ipurua (Capacity – 7,083)

Elche – Martínez Valero (Capacity – 33,732)

Getafe – Coliseum Alfonso Pérez (Capacity – 17,000)

Granada – Nuevo Los Cármenes (Capacity – 19,336)

Huesca – El Alcoraz (Capacity – 7,638)

Levante – Ciutat de València (Capacity – 26,354)

Osasuna – El Sadar (Capacity – 18,570)

Real Betis – Benito Villamarín (Capacity – 60,721)

Real Madrid – Santiago Bernabéu (Capacity – 81,044)

Real Sociedad – Anoeta (Capacity – 32,000)

Sevilla – Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán (Capacity – 42,714)

Valencia – Mestalla (Capacity – 49,500)

Valladolid – José Zorrilla (Capacity – 26,512)

Villareal – Estadio de la Cerámica (Capacity – 23,500)


How to buy tickets for La Liga

Ticketing information for clubs competing in La Liga is available by clicking on the venue links above (where available).


Further Information

La Liga Official Website

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