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More about our football trips to La Liga and Spain

La Liga football trips

Spain has long been the home of some of the world’s most exciting players. Over the decades many of the finest footballers have spent some of their career competing in La Liga and the same is true today.

Surely none of them are as admired as Lionel Messi. The amazing Argentinian has been stunning the crowds ever since he first pulled on the famous Barcelona jersey. His scoring record – and his magical skills – are simply outstanding and if you haven’t seem him live, don’t delay!

Nickes.Com has been organising hassle-free trips to La Liga matches for decades – including El Clásico, the great match up between Barcelona and Real Madrid - so book now for great fixtures in 2019/20!

Messi is just one of the many players you can see live on a trip to a La Liga match. Any visit to Spain is special, with fantastic weather to enjoy all the year round. Throw in stunning cities and beaches, tasty tapas and a laid-back café culture and it is simply perfect for a football weekend in the sunshine!

Real Madrid’s galaxy of stars have won more than a dozen European Cups and are the undisputed kings of European football. Barcelona are the current La Liga champions and have secured seven of the last 10 Spanish league titles. Both club’s stadiums are simply jaw dropping. Real’s Santiago Bernabéu holds 81,000 and its multiple tiers surge into the sky. Meanwhile Barcelona’s vast and legendary Camp Nou is the biggest football stadium in Europe with a capacity of 99,000.

Spanish football is renowned as one of the most skilful and beautiful to watch and this extends beyond the big two clubs. Sevilla have achieved major success in Europe in recent times, and they enjoy a big derby in the south of the country with their city rivals Real Betis.

Real’s city neighbours Atlético Madrid have been challenging the Real-Barca duopoly in recent times, winning the title in 2014 and consistently finishing in the top three. What’s more they have a new home, the impressive Wanda Metropolitano that was the venue for the Liverpool vs Tottenham Champions League final in 2019.

Valencia and Bilbao are just a couple more of the amazing clubs competing in La Liga, both with iconic stadia and passionate fans. Book your hotel and ticket package for a Spanish football weekend now with Nickes.Com!