Wonder at the skills and talents of some of the world’s greatest players live in Spain’s La Liga this season!
Spain continue to be a European footballing powerhouse and some of the famous players on the planet still ply their trade in La Liga – not least the legendary Leo Messi at Barcelona.
Spain has it all – beautiful sunshine the year round with wonderful scenery, great food and of course excellent football!
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See Barcelona at the Camp Nou!
Take your seat in the biggest stadium in Europe – the legendary Camp Nou, home of Barcelona! Holding 100,000 it is an arena steeped in history and helps to define the whole Catalan region in Spain.
Barcelona itself is a magnificent city, arguably the greatest city break in Europe with a buzzing atmosphere for visitors all year round.
And there are some mouth-watering fixtures to look forward to. It’s El Clásico in Barca when they face Real Madrid on the weekend of October 27. Warm up to Christmas with a home game against Mallorca around December 8. And why not catch Barca at home to Atlético around April 26, 2020, or when they face city rivals Espanyol over the weekend of May 10?
See Real Madrid at the Bernabéu
Real Madrid are the undisputed kings of European football with a stunning 13 Champions League/ European Cups in their trophy cabinet – three in a row from 2016 to 2018. These sit proudly alongside a record 33 La Liga titles.
The Santiago Bernabéu stadium is a stunning 81,000 capacity stadium with steep stands ensuring everybody feels on top of the action.
See Real play Real Sociedad over the weekend of November 24. Real host Atlético on February 2, 2020 while it’s El Clásico at the Bernabéu around March 1. Or why not secure your ticket for the final home game now – against Alaves around May 10!
See Atlético Madrid live!
Atlético Madrid are settling in nicely to their new arena, the 68,000 capacity Estadio Wanda Metropolitano. And they continue to challenge the so-called duopoly of Real and Barcelona, finishing a clear second between the two clubs in La Liga last season.
With the revenues they now generate from their impressive stadium, that was the venue of the 2019 Champions League final, they look set to continue to close the gap and be a consistent challenger for the title.
Atlético host city rivals Real over the weekend of September 29 and Barcelona pay a visit around December 1 – a perfect early Christmas treat? They welcome Seville around March 8, 2020.
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