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How to watch La Liga: Live stream the Spanish football league anywhere online

Real Madrid are just one win away from claiming their first La Liga title since the 2016-2017 season

La Liga is turning out to be one of the most tightly-contested European football league finishes with arch-rivals Real Madrid and Barcelona separated by just three points with only two games remaining this season. Both teams play their final games this week and fans will be eager to see whether Los Blancos can stop Barca from winning a hat-trick of La Liga titles.

For most of the season, both teams were neck-to-neck. Barcelona had a comparatively fitter roster, however, as Real Madrid’s Marco Ascencio had a potentially season-ending injury in the opening stages of the competition while new signing Eden Hazard was simultaneously coping with injury concerns of his own. During that time, Barcelona were conceding goals, but also scoring aplenty with their lethal strike force of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Antoine Griezmann.

Then the unexpected and extended three-month coronavirus break hit and this seemed to tilt the scales in favour of Zinedine Zidane’s side as Asencio and Hazard returned to full fitness, giving goal-machine Karin Benzema some much-needed support up front. Barcelona still held a slight advantage but successive draws at the end of June saw a change of fortunes at the top of the table. Since then, Real Madrid haven’t dropped a game. Apart from a 3-point advantage with two games in hand, Los Merengues also have a better goal difference (65) than Barcelona (79).

Atletico Madrid have also done well since the break to all but secure third position with 78 points. Sevilla will be gunning for the final Champions League spot with 72 points, though Villareal (67 points) also have an outside chance of clinching the spot should something go woefully amiss with Sevilla this week. At the bottom of the La Liga table, Espanyol will be relegated after spending 85 out of 89 seasons in the top-flight Spanish division.

We’ve listed the entire La Liga fixtures this week and the different streaming services that broadcast the tournament below. In the UK, Premier Sports is the only way to watch every game. The subscription service usually costs £10/mth if you want to add it to Sky TV, or just £5.99/mth if you want to watch it online only.

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La Liga 2020 fixtures and Kickoff times (BST)

Thursday, 16 July

  • Eibar vs Valladolid at 5:30pm
  • Barcelona vs Osasuna at 8pm
  • Getafe vs Atletico Madrid at 8pm
  • Real Madrid vs Villareal at 8pm
  • Mallorca vs Granada at 8pm
  • Celta Vigo vs Levante at 8pm
  • Real Sociedad vs Sevilla at 8pm
  • Real Betis vs Alaves at 8pm
  • Valencia vs Espanyol at 8pm
  • Athletic Club vs Leganes at 8pm

Sunday, 19 July

  • Atletico Madrid vs Real Sociedad at 8pm
  • Alaves vs Barcelona at 8pm
  • Leganes vs Real Madrid at 8pm
  • Sevilla vs Valencia at 8pm
  • Osasuna vs Mallorca at 8pm
  • Villareal vs Eibar at 8pm
  • Levante vs Getafe at 8pm
  • Granada vs Athletic Club at 8pm
  • Espanyol vs Celta Vigo at 8pm
  • Valladolid vs Real Betis at 8pm

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How to watch La Liga in the UK: Premier Sports and Sky Sports

Premier Sports is the main TV subscription service to watch La Liga and Italian Serie A games in the UK. The service costs £9.99/mth if you want to add it to Sky TV, or £5.99 if you want to watch all the games online only.

Subscribe to Sky TV

How to watch La Liga in Italy: DAZN

Global streaming service DAZN broadcasts live coverage of every La Liga and Serie A game in Italy. The service costs €10/mth and you can cancel at any time. DAZN works across a range of devices, including your PC, browser, mobile phone, tablet, Google Chromecast, Smart TVs and even gaming consoles. If you have an existing subscription, then you can stream the rest of the season free of charge.

Subscribe to DAZN Italy

How to watch La Liga in the US and Canada: BeIN Sports

Global sports streaming service BeIN Sports broadcasts live coverage of every single La Liga game in the US and Canada. The service is also available as part of TV packages offered by US services, FuboTV and Sling. The cost of the subscription service varies depending on where you live and what package you choose to include it with, but you can also get free trials of the service on many platforms.

Subscribe to BeIN Sports US

How to watch La Liga in Australia: Kayo Sports

If you’re a fan of European football leagues and live in Australia, then Kayo Sports is the streaming you need to subscribe to. Apart from letting you stream every La Liga game live, you can also watch live EFL Bundesliga and Serie A games from your PC, phone or tablet. The service will also show you Formula 1 and NBA games when they resume at the start and end of July respectively. Kayo Sports costs $25/mth and new customers get a 14-day trial.

Subscribe to Kayo Sports

How to watch La Liga abroad: use a good VPN service

Football has returned to TV screens, and how! This month alone you can expect to watch at least 30 La Liga live using any of the streaming services we mentioned above. If you don’t live in any of the above countries and want to watch La Liga, simply choose a good VPN service (we’ve recommended our top two below), connect to one of the countries we’ve mentioned, then go to the streaming service website to create an account and start watching Barcelona, Real Madrid and all your other favourite La Liga teams in action.

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ExpressVPN: ExpressVPN has the fastest speeds of any VPN we’ve tested and we have a fantastic deal which will give you three months free if you purchase its one-year plan. It’s the best option if you’re concerned about your privacy because the entire service has been audited by PWC to confirm that your data is in safe hands whenever you use the VPN. The service also has 24/7 customer support and a generous 30-day moneyback guarantee if you’re unhappy with it.

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CyberGhost VPN: CyberGhost VPN specialises in unblocking streaming services, which means you can access all your favourite sports, movies and TV shows even if they are geo-blocked. One subscription plan lets you use it on seven devices simultaneously, making it an ideal choice for an entire family or a group of friends. Like ExpressVPN, the service has 24/7 customer support, a strict no-logs policy and a 45-day moneyback guarantee.

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