The eleven matchdays of the league season will be played consecutively over the following six weeks until 19 July.

LaLiga is finally set to return after three months without football in Spain due to the global COVID-19 crisis. The season will kick-off again with the Matchday 28 clash between Sevilla FC and Real Betis, a match known as El Gran Derbi and the first of the 110 matches left to play this campaign. In India, fans can watch the live-action on Facebook starting at 1.30 hours on June 12th.

The league season will continue uninterrupted for the following six weeks until July 19th, the evolution of the pandemic in Spain and health authorities permitting. Thirty-nine days in a row with football practically every day, with matches at 23:00 and 01:30* IST (plus 16:30 pm and 20:30 IST on weekends), and with broadcast innovations: virtual stands, virtual fan audio and new camera angles.

Six weeks of passionate football with everything in LaLiga Santander still on the line. FC Barcelona and Real Madrid are vying for the title, separated by just two points, the same gap that exists between the third- and sixth-placed sides fighting for the European spots. Meanwhile, a fierce battle is ongoing in the fight against relegation, with six teams in the mix. A host of world-class matches await us, including FC Barcelona vs Atletico de Madrid, Real Madrid vs Valencia CF, Sevilla FC vs FC Barcelona and Atletico de Madrid vs Real Sociedad.

The restart has been made possible largely thanks to the tireless work of LaLiga during the lockdown, in particular the exhaustive and comprehensive protocol developed together with the Spanish health authorities which allowed LaLiga clubs to return to training safely. Over a month of Spring ‘pre-season’ meticulously adapted to a ‘new reality’ across society, and scrupulously followed by clubs and players. This painstaking effort to guarantee the safety of all professionals involved while ensuring the return of football will finally see the fruits of its labour with the restart of the league season on June 11th.

DateMatchKick Off Time (IST)
June 12thSevilla vs Real Betis1:30
June 12thGranada CF vs Getafe23:00
June 13thValencia CF vs Levante1:30
June 13thEspanyol vs Alaves17:30
June 13thCelta de Vigo vs Villarreal20:30
June 13thLeganes vs Real Valladolid23:00
June 14thMallorca vs Barcelona1:30
June 14thAthletic club vs Atlectico de Madrid17:30
June 14thReal Madrid vs Eibar23:00
June 15thReal Sociedad vs Osanuna1:30
June 15thLevante vs Sevilla23:00
June 16thReal Betis vs Granada CF1:30
June 16thVillarreal vs Mallorca23:00
June 16thGetafe vs Espanyol23:00
June 17thBarcelona vs Leganes1:30
June 17thReal Valladolid vs Celta de Vigo23:00
June 17thEibar vs Athletic Club23:00
June 18thOsasuna vs Athletico de Madrid1:30
June 18thAlaves vs Real Sociedad23:00
June 19thReal Madrid vs Valencia CF1:30
June 21stCelta de Vigo vs Alaves22:00
June 21stAthletico De Madrid vs Real Valladolid22:00
June 21stAthletic Club vs Real Betis22:00
June 21stReal Sociedad vs Real Madrid22:00
June 21stEspanyol vs Levante22:00
June 21stGranada CF vs Villareal22:00
June 21stValencia CF vs Osanuna22:00
June 21stMallorca vs Leganes22:00
June 21stSevilla vs Barcelona22:00
June 21stGetafe vs Eibar22:00
June 25thAlaves vs Osanuna0:30
June 25thLevante vs Atletico De Madrid0:30
June 25thEibar vs Valencia CF0:30
June 25thLeganes vs Granada FC0:30
June 25thReal Madrid vs Mallorca0:30
June 25thVillarreal vs Sevilla0:30
June 25thReal Sociedad vs Celta de Vigo0:30
June 25thReal Betis vs Espanyol0:30
June 25thReal Valladolid vs Getafe0:30
June 25thBarcelona vs Athletic Club0:30

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