Live Spanish La Liga Fixtures on TV This Week

Date
Time
Event
Channel(s)
Tomorrow
20:00
La Liga - Real Madrid v Athletic Bilbao
Fri 3rd
20:00
La Liga - Granada v Alaves
Sat 4th
13:00
La Liga - Sevilla v Villarreal
Sat 4th
15:15
La Liga - Barcelona v Betis
Sat 4th
17:30
La Liga - Atletico Madrid v Mallorca
Sat 4th
20:00
La Liga - Real Sociedad v Real Madrid
Sun 5th
13:00
La Liga - Rayo Vallecano v Espanyol
Sun 5th
15:15
La Liga - Elche v Cadiz
Sun 5th
17:30
La Liga - Levante v Osasuna
Sun 5th
20:00
La Liga - Celta Vigo v Valencia
Mon 6th
20:00
La Liga - Getafe v Athletic Bilbao
Fri 10th
20:00
La Liga - Mallorca v Celta Vigo
Sat 11th
13:00
La Liga - Espanyol v Levante
Sat 11th
15:15
La Liga - Alaves v Getafe
Sat 11th
17:30
La Liga - Valencia v Elche
Sat 11th
20:00
La Liga - Athletic Bilbao v Sevilla
Sun 12th
13:00
La Liga - Villarreal v Rayo Vallecano
Sun 12th
15:15
La Liga - Osasuna v Barcelona
Sun 12th
17:30
La Liga - Betis v Real Sociedad
Sun 12th
20:00
La Liga - Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid
Mon 13th
20:00
La Liga - Cadiz v Granada

Live La Liga TV Schedules, Dates, Times & Channels

La Liga logoWatching La Liga's Primera Division, the top football league in Spain, is very popular with UK TV audiences. There are live Spanish football matches on UK TV every week, and they can get very large audiences, especially the famous “El Classico” when Real Madrid play Barcelona.

So if you're deciding on what weekend football you're going to watch, you should keep an eye on some of the big Spanish matches.

This dedicated 7 Day guide brings you every live La Liga fixture on UK TV, along with kick off times and details of which channel is showing the match.

What Channel Is Spanish Football On?

The rights to live TV coverage of La Liga are held by Premier Sports, who broadcast most live matches on LaLigaTV, their dedicated Spanish football channel. Also, at least one match a week is free to air on Free Sports.

Games are played on Sunday evenings meaning they don't clash with any English Premier League fixtures. Considering that La Liga features perhaps the two biggest teams in Europe, and so many of the world's best players, it's well worth tuning in to watch.

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