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La Liga Live Stream

La Liga Live Streaming
La Liga is the is the top football competition in the Spanish football pyramid and acts as not only the method for crowning the Spanish champions but also as qualification for European football for Spanish teams.

Watch each and every match live from La Liga online via our La Liga live streaming service.

TOP TEAMS: Athletic Bilbao | Atletico Madrid | FC Barcelona | Malaga | Real Madrid | Valencia

TOP MATCHES: El Clasico

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La Liga Live Streaming

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Step 2: Click on “Soccer”, found at the left hand side of the page, in the darker area for desktops or at the top of the page on mobile devices.

Step 3: Find the match that is of interest to you and so long as a square with a > symbol appears, you can watch live.

Step 4: Click on the text stating the match (on the left hand side) and then on the play symbol to watch along live.

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Football Live Streaming Services

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Bet365 *La Liga
*Serie A
*Bundesliga
*Ligue 1
*FA Cup
*Internationals
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La Liga Table

# Team MP W D L F A G P
1 Alaves 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
2 Athletic Bilbao 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
3 Atlético de Madrid 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
4 Barcelona 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
5 Cadiz 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
6 Celta Vigo 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
7 Elche 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
8 Espanyol 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
9 Getafe 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
10 Granada 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
11 Levante 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
12 Mallorca 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
13 Osasuna 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
14 Rayo Vallecano 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
15 Real Betis 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
16 Real Madrid 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
17 Real Sociedad 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
18 Sevilla 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
19 Valencia 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
20 Villarreal 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0

La Liga

Although known to fans in the UK primarily as La Liga, the top flight in Spain is also called the Primera Division, but no matter what you call the top flight division in Spain, it is one of the most popular football league in the world.

La Liga features promotion and relegation between La Liga and La Liga 2, with 3 teams relegated and 3 teams promoted each year.

The league features 20 teams and is known for is technical style with all teams capable of playing quality football, with lots of pass and move action and it is these qualities that makes many football fans class La Liga as the best football league in the world.

For many La Liga is all about the giants of FC Barcelona and Real Madrid with matches between the 2 (known as El Clasico) dominating the world footballing press for any weekend the 2 meet.

La Liga offers so much more than El Clasico with the likes of Atletico Madrid, Athletic Bilbao, Valencia and Sevilla playing in front of huge crowds and enjoying success on the European stage.

The Spanish league has brought us some of the best footballers in the world, some of the best matches in the world and it also brings us many of the best stadiums in the world with the Camp Nou (Nou Camp), Bernabeu and modern marvels such as Atletico Madrid’s new Estadio La Peineta, officially known as Estadio Olímpico de Madrid.

Over 60 teams have competed in La Liga since its inception and it will come as no surprise that the 2 most successful clubs throughout the history of the competition have been Real Madrid and Barcelona. Other champions include Atletico Madrid, Valencia and Deportivo de La Coruna.

Teams from La Liga have also enjoyed success on the European front with Real Madrid and Barcelona both winning the Champions League (European Cup) and also the Europa League (UEFA Cup, Fairs Cup).

In recent seasons Spanish teams have gone deep into both European competitions we multiple quarter final, semi-final and final places won by La Liga teams in both the Champions League and Europa League. That has led many fans to regard La Liga as the top football league in Europe, if not the world and whilst there is plenty of competition for that title, it is difficult to argue that it isn’t La Liga.

The teams that participate in La Liga (Primera Division) are constantly changing due to the relegation and promotion between Primera Division and Segunda Division, but there are some teams that are always more than likely to be in La Liga and they are FC Barcelona, Espanyol, Athletic Bilbao, Valencia, Sevilla and Villarreal whilst other teams such as Malaga, Real Betis, Levante, Rayo Vallecano, Real Sociedad, Deportivo La Coruna and Celta Vigo are always either in the top flight or pushing for promotion.

As well as teams from mainland Spain a number of teams from Spanish Islands have featured in la Liga during the years with Real Mallorca (Majorca), Tenerife and Las Palmas all appearing with these teams not only representing their cities but also the whole Island (country) and in many ways they represent Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands.

With teams from the very North of Spain (Deportivo, Sporting Gijon, Atletico Bilbao, Eibar and Real Sociedad for example) having to make trips down to the Canary Islands (to face the likes of Tenerife and La Palmas), La Liga has the biggest away days for any European league and one of the greatest geographical spreads of any football league.

Watching the top Spanish teams in European football can be a great treat for UK football fans but until recently the opportunity to be able to watch La Liga action was only available to those with expansive subscriptions to pay TV channels but now you can watch each and every match live from L Liga online.

The big teams in the Spanish league, such as FC Barcelona, Real Madrid, Valencia and Atletico Madrid make some of the biggest signings each and every transfers window with the amount spent on players absolutely staggering. Interestingly the majority of teams in La Liga simple cannot compete but that gives them the opportunity to not only bring through their own talent but to also use scouting networks to bring in unheard of players. Many of these go on to be stars of the world game.

On Tuesday 15th August 2015 Spain and La Liga made history as being the first league to have 5 representatives to feature in the Champions League. This was due to the success of Seville who won the Europa League completion the season before and therefore gaining the right to feature in the Champions league, alongside FC Barcelona, Real Madrid, Valencia and Atletico Madrid who qualified either automatically via their league position or via the qualification rounds of the Champions League.

There have only been 9 teams to have won La Liga throughout its history (Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Athletic Bilbao, Valencia, Real Sociedad, Deportivo La Coruna, Seville and Real Betis) whilst Barcelona, Real Madrid and Athletic Bilbao the only teams to have played each and every season of the La Liga competition as all 3 teams were foundation clubs of the Primera Division and have never been relegated.

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If you like your football full of great action, pass and move game plans and great technical skill, La Liga is the league for you and you can now watch each and every game form La Liga live online via our live streaming partners and their incredible live streaming service.

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NAME TOP COMPETITIONS DETAILS
Bet365 *La Liga
*Serie A
*Bundesliga
*Ligue 1
*FA Cup
*Internationals
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*Serie A
*Bundesliga
*Ligue 1
*FA Cup
*Internationals
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How To Watch La Liga Live Online

Football Live Streaming Services

NAME TOP COMPETITIONS DETAILS
Bet365 *La Liga
*Serie A
*Bundesliga
*Ligue 1
*FA Cup
*Internationals
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Coral *La Liga
*Serie A
*Bundesliga
*Ligue 1
*FA Cup
*Internationals
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History of La Liga / Primera Division

The Campeonato Nacional de Liga de Primera Division, known more commonly simply as the Primera Division in Spanish speaking countries and as La Liga in most other parts of the world, is one of the worlds leading domestic football leagues, which as you would expect has a long history dating back to its formation in 1929.

When the competition first started up, their were only 10 clubs in the league with the formation clubs been Barcelona, Real Madrid, Athletic Club, Real Sociedad, Getxo, Atletico Madrid, Espanyol, Europa, and Racing de Santander.

These clubs were chosen due to the successes they had enjoyed in previous editions of competitions such as the Copa del Rey or in a knockout qualifying competition held in the build up to the new league.

It was Jose Maria Acha, a director at formation club Getxo, who first proposed the idea of creating a national league in Spain as before then the nation’s clubs played in regional competitions.

The first few years of La Liga proved to be an insight into the competitions future as it was FC Barcelona who won the inaugural running of the league, with Real Madrid also enjoying early wins in 1932 and 1933 but for much of the first decade or so, it was the Basque giants of Athletic Bilbao who enjoyed the most success.

Unfortunately, the league had to suspend operations in the late 1930’s due to the Spanish civil war, although clubs did continue to play in new regional competitions.

Upon the restart of the national competition, it was Atletico Aviacion (know known as Atletico Madrid), Valencia and FC Barca who returned and emerged as the strongest clubs.

By the 1950’s, the league reverted to the situation that we all know recognised as the standard for Spanish top flight as it was the giants of Real Madrid and FCB who started to dominate and who started to become the rivals that we know them as to today.

Unfortunately, for their fans and neutrals alike, the 1960’s and 1970’s saw Barca fall away somewhat and left Real Madrid to become not only the dominant force in la Liga but one of the most successful clubs in European, if not world, football.

It took until the 1980’s for that dominance to start to be challenge but it wasn’t by Madrid’s Catalan rivals but it was the giant Basque clubs of Real Sociedad and Athletic Bilbao who start to push Los Blanco’s although Barca did return to winning ways in the 80’s under the stewardship of England’s own Terry Venables.

That proved to be a catalyst for the Catalans who started to bring in top talent from across the globe in the 1990’s, including the likes of Diego Maradona and Johan Cruyff, and that big spending saw Barca dominate the 1990’s.

At the turn of the new Millennium, it was Real Madrid who started spending heavily to match their rivals and the 2 dominated things, although clubs such as Atletico, Valencia and Deportivo La Coruna did try their best to challenge them although that did come at some cost to both as the finances needed to challenge the big 2 caused themselves big issues.

Over the last decade or so, the make up of the league as seen a third challenger appear as a rejuvenated Atletico Madrid has stepped up to challenge the big 2 whilst other clubs such as Sevilla, Valencia and Villarreal have enjoyed success in domestic and continental competitions.

That has helped the league to continue to prove itself as a top competition and as an attraction proposition for players with many of the worlds biggest stars pling their trade in the league.

That was highlights in the 2010’s when the league become just as famous for the battles between Leo Messi of FC Barcelona and Ronaldo of Real Madrid as it was for the clubs themselves as La Liga record after record was broken by the 2 global icons.

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