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Are these La Liga Streams Legit?

All of the streams shown on this page are totally legal & legit. Unfortunately, there are some other illegal sources showing La Liga streams which are unauthorised, though. Don't be tempted by them. It would be stupid to be taking the inherent risk.

Are La Liga Streams Free?

Most live stream options allow you to watch have La Liga access via a paid subscription, but others can have a subscription-free model.
In order to do this you can become a member on a bookmaker website and get to see matches without paying for a subscription. It’s likely that the sole condition after becoming a member is maintaining a minimum deposit amount or having made a bet with them over the last 24 hours. Always read & understand the specific terms and conditions in advance.

League Table

Pos Team Pld W D L +/- Pts Form
1
Real Madrid
Real Madrid Real Madrid
37 29 7 1 61 94 WWWWD
2
Barcelona
Barcelona Barcelona
37 25 7 5 34 82 WLWWW
3
Girona FC
Girona FC Girona
37 24 6 7 32 78 WWDLW
4
Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid Atlético
37 23 4 10 25 73 WWWWL
5
Athletic Bilbao
Athletic Bilbao Bilbao
37 18 11 8 23 65 LWDLW
6
Real Sociedad
Real Sociedad Sociedad
37 16 12 9 14 60 LWLWW
7
Real Betis
Real Betis Real Betis
37 14 14 9 3 56 DWWDL
8
Villarreal
Villarreal Villarreal
37 14 10 13 0 52 WLWWD
9
Valencia
Valencia Valencia
37 13 9 15 -5 48 LLDLL
10
Alaves
Alaves Alavés
37 12 9 16 -10 45 WWDLW
11
Osasuna
Osasuna Osasuna
37 12 8 17 -11 44 LLDDW
12
Getafe
Getafe Getafe
37 10 13 14 -11 43 WLLLL
13
Sevilla
Sevilla Sevilla
37 10 11 16 -5 41 DWLLL
14
Celta Vigo
Celta Vigo Celta
37 10 10 17 -11 40 LWLWW
15
UD Las Palmas
UD Las Palmas Las Palmas
37 10 9 18 -14 39 LLLDD
16
Rayo Vallecano
Rayo Vallecano Rayo
37 8 14 15 -18 38 LLDWL
17
Mallorca
Mallorca Mallorca
37 7 16 14 -12 37 DLWDD
18
Cádiz
Cádiz Cádiz
37 6 15 16 -24 33 DLWWD
19
Granada
Granada Granada
37 4 9 24 -34 21 WLLLL
20
UD Almería
UD Almería Almería
37 2 12 23 -37 18 LWLLD

Top Scorers

Player Team Goals
Alexander Sørloth
Villarreal
Villarreal Villarreal
23
Artem Dovbyk
Girona FC
Girona FC Girona
21
Jude Bellingham
Real Madrid
Real Madrid Real Madrid
19
Robert Lewandowski
Barcelona
Barcelona Barcelona
18
Ante Budimir
Osasuna
Osasuna Osasuna
16
Antoine Griezmann
Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid Atlético
16
Álvaro Morata
Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid Atlético
15
Borja Mayoral
Getafe
Getafe Getafe
15
Youssef En-Nesyri
Sevilla
Sevilla Sevilla
15
Vinicius Júnior
Real Madrid
Real Madrid Real Madrid
15
Gorka Guruzeta
Athletic Bilbao
Athletic Bilbao Bilbao
14
Hugo Duro
Valencia
Valencia Valencia
13
Jorgen Strand Larsen
Celta Vigo
Celta Vigo Celta
13
Iñaki Williams
Athletic Bilbao
Athletic Bilbao Bilbao
12
Myrto Uzuni
Granada
Granada Granada
11
Gerard Moreno
Villarreal
Villarreal Villarreal
10
Joselu
Real Madrid
Real Madrid Real Madrid
10
Rodrygo
Real Madrid
Real Madrid Real Madrid
10
Willian José
Real Betis
Real Betis Real Betis
10
Ayoze Pérez
Real Betis
Real Betis Real Betis
9

Best Defending Teams

Overall
Real Madrid 26
Athletic Bilbao 37
Real Sociedad 37
Barcelona 43
Atlético Madrid 43
Home
Real Madrid 9
Valencia 14
Mallorca 16
Athletic Bilbao 18
Real Sociedad 18
Away
Real Madrid 17
Real Sociedad 19
Athletic Bilbao 19
Atlético Madrid 21
Barcelona 22

Worst Defending Teams

Overall
UD Almería 74
Granada 72
Villarreal 64
Celta Vigo 55
Osasuna 55
Home
UD Almería 35
Granada 32
Villarreal 32
Rayo Vallecano 25
Osasuna 25
Away
Granada 40
UD Almería 39
Celta Vigo 34
Getafe 32
Villarreal 32

Best Attacking Teams

Overall
Real Madrid 87
Girona FC 78
Barcelona 77
Atlético Madrid 68
Villarreal 64
Home
Real Madrid 48
Girona FC 46
Barcelona 43
Athletic Bilbao 42
Atlético Madrid 42
Away
Real Madrid 39
Barcelona 34
Girona FC 32
Villarreal 28
Atlético Madrid 26

Worst Attacking Teams

Overall
Cádiz 25
Rayo Vallecano 29
Mallorca 31
UD Las Palmas 32
Alaves 35
Home
UD Almería 16
Cádiz 16
Mallorca 17
Rayo Vallecano 18
Osasuna 18
Away
Cádiz 9
Rayo Vallecano 11
Alaves 12
UD Las Palmas 13
Granada 14
La Liga trophy

Broadcasting Rights for Spain's La Liga Football Competition


La Liga, Spain's top professional football league, is one of the most watched sports leagues globally. It features iconic clubs like FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, attracting significant viewership both domestically and internationally. The broadcasting rights for La Liga are therefore a hot commodity, involving substantial financial deals and strategic partnerships.

Current Broadcasting Rights in Spain

Domestic Rights

For the period from 2022/23 to 2026/27, the broadcasting rights for La Liga in Spain and Andorra have been secured in a deal valued at approximately €4.95 billion. The rights have been acquired by Telefónica and DAZN. Telefónica, via its Movistar platform, broadcasts five matches per matchday, including exclusive first picks for 18 weeks and second picks for another 17 weeks. DAZN also shares the rights to broadcast five matches per matchday.

Financial Details

Telefónica has committed to spending €1.29 billion for the rights over a three-year period, starting from the second half of the 2024/25 season through to the 2026/27 season. This includes €250 million for half of the 2024-2025 season and €520 million per season for 2026 and 2027.

International Broadcasting Rights

Europe

  • United Kingdom and Ireland: Bet365 has the broadcast rights in these countries. La Liga has also renewed its broadcasting rights with Premier Sports until 2025, ensuring continued coverage in these territories
  • Sweden and Finland: As well as Bet365, TV4 Media has secured La Liga broadcasting rights until the end of the 2025-26 season. This deal includes extensive coverage across TV4 and its pay TV arm, C More​ (Digital TV Europe)​.
  • Germany, Italy, Portugal, San Marino, and Luxembourg: Along with Bet365, DAZN holds the rights to broadcast La Liga matches in these countries, reflecting the platform's strong presence in European sports broadcasting​ (Wikipedia)​.
  • France: beIN Sports continues to broadcast La Liga matches, maintaining a long-standing relationship with Spanish football​ (Wikipedia)​.

Australia

Bet365 and beIN Sports hold the broadcasting rights for La Liga. As a major sports broadcaster in the region, beIN Sports provides comprehensive coverage of European football, including La Liga matches​ (Reference: Wikipedia)​.

Canada

The broadcasting rights for La Liga in Canada are held by Bet365 and beIN Sports. Similar to its operations in Australia and France, beIN Sports offers extensive coverage of La Liga, allowing Canadian audiences to follow all the major matches and developments within the league​​.

Sub-Saharan Africa

StarTimes has secured the non-exclusive broadcasting rights for La Liga in the Sub-Saharan region for five seasons, from 2024/25 to 2028/29. This deal enables StarTimes to broadcast matches in all local languages, excluding French, thus reaching a broad audience across the region.

North America

In North America, beIN Sports holds the rights to broadcast La Liga. This partnership has been pivotal in growing La Liga’s audience across the United States and Canada, where there is a significant Spanish football fanbase.

Economic Impact and Strategic Importance

The broadcasting rights deals are crucial for La Liga's economic health and its clubs. These deals not only generate significant revenue but also help in maintaining the league's competitive balance by ensuring a steady income stream for its clubs. Moreover, broadcasting agreements with international reach such as those with StarTimes and beIN Sports highlight La Liga's strategy to expand its global footprint and engage with international fans.

Future Prospects

As current deals approach their expiration, La Liga will likely explore new opportunities and possibly even more lucrative deals, reflecting the league's robust global appeal. The evolving landscape of sports broadcasting, with a shift towards digital streaming platforms, may also play a crucial role in future negotiations.

La Liga's broadcasting rights are a testament to its status as one of the premier football leagues globally. The strategic distribution of these rights ensures maximum coverage and audience engagement across various regions, bolstering its international presence and contributing to the financial stability of the clubs involved. As the media landscape continues to evolve, La Liga's approach to managing and distributing its broadcasting rights will be crucial in maintaining its position at the forefront of global football.

For more detailed information on La Liga's broadcasting rights, visit La Liga's official website.

How do I back your La Liga Tips?

You can back our La Liga tips from here on FootballPredictions.NET. For each prediction in Spain's premier football competition, we maintain regularly updated odds from multiple bookmakers. To place your bets, you can click/press on the links here.  It's not just about Real Madrid and Barcelona, either!  We have you covered for every La Liga game played.

When are your La Liga Predictions available?

You will find our La Liga predictions & betting tips on this page a few days before each scheduled match. This is about as early as forecasting football tips can be done to take into account various factors such as injury updates and any other news.

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