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Spanish La Liga fixtures will be announced Thursdady, 19th July 2018. The first matchday of the season will be on the weekend of 18-19th August 2018 and the season will finish on 25-26th May 2019. We will update this page into full fixture list on 19th July 2018 once the fixtures are announced.
La Liga 2018-19 Fixture – Release Date:
Usually spanish FA announce the official list of fixtures for the next season during the third week of July. This year we can expect the La Liga Fixtures to be officially announced on Thursday, 19 July 2017.
Spanish FA usually get a lot of pressure from Barcelona and Real Madrid before the official fixture announcement and provisional fixture list draft is sent to all 20 clubs who can request changes if necessary. La Liga fixtures are usually announced when both Real Madrid and Barcelona are happy with their schedule.
LA Liga 2018-19 Season Start/ End Dates ?
Traditional new La Liga season starts on the third weekend of August every year but since the world cup is taking place in the summer of 2018, Spanish FA has announced that 2018-19 La Liga season will begin a week later than usual dates. 2018-19 La Liga season officially begins on the weekend of 18-19 August 2018 and the final round of matches will be played on 25th May 2019.
Spanish La Liga 2018-19 Fixtures:
Once the fixtures are announced we will update this page into the fixture format with all 38 weeks of schedule listed here week by week. Fixtures will be announced on Thursday, 19 July 2017 at 12:30 CET and you can visit this page to download the entire La Liga fixture list right here. In the meantime here are some important dates for the upcoming 2018-19 La Liga and domestic cup seasons.
|2018-19 La Liga Fixture Release Date||Thursday, 19 July 2018 (Confirmed)|
|La Liga 2018-19 – Start Date||Saturday, 18 August 2018 (Confirmed)|
|La Liga 2018-19 – End Date||Sunday, 25 May 2019 (Confirmed)|
|Spanish Super Cup (Charity Shield)||Sunday, 11 August 2018 (Confirmed)|
|Copa Del Rey Final||19 May 2019 (Confirmed)|
|First Set of Changes In La Liga Fixtures||After Champions League Fixtures announced in September|
Spanish La Liga 2018-19 TV Channels Broadcasting Worldwide
Spanish La Liga authorities has finally put together level playing field in terms of tv rights deal for all the clubs based on collective sale of tv rights rather than each team free to negotiate their own terms. LFP professional league association in Spain struck a massive €600 million deal with spanish telecom company Telefónica who will be paying €600m for the domestic rights deal for 2018-19 season and they will have the ability to show best rated matches in the spanish top 2 divisions every week. The broadcasting will be shared between three channels (Moviestar Partidazo, GOL and beIN La Liga).
Another €500-€600 million is expected from the oversees broadcasting rights which will help reduce the tv rights money gap between top two and the rest of the teams in La Liga. La Liga and other top european leagues are trying to model their TV rights sales and distribution on Premier Leagues system where TV moeny is shared equally. Anyway so what channels will be broadcasting La Liga live in your part of the world ? We have compiled a updated list for 2017-18 season and with countries and channels listed according to official sources.
La Liga Broadcasting in Spain: Like we mentioned before 2018-19 season broadcasting rights in Spain will be shared between three networks. Telefonia the parent company of Moviestar has the primary deal where they will show best rated La Liga games every week on their subscription based channel. GOL tv will have couple of low rated games live plus highlights. beIN La Liga will also get a few live games every week on their subscription channel.
Worldwide Broadcasting: As far as the worldwide coverage for 2017-18 La Liga season is concerned, this season the coverage will be even more extensive as La Liga has sold rights in more territories compared to last few seasons.
|Spain||Telefonica (Moviestar + will show best rated game every week), GOL TV (2nd rated league game every week) beIN La Liga (8 games per week)|
|USA||beIN Sports (signed a new deal)|
|Canada||beINSports (Majority of the games live every week), DAZN (some live games plus highlights)|
|Caribbean||Sports Max and ESPN|
|South America||ESPN Latin America (selected matches live every week), DirectTV (every match available live)|
|Middle-East countries||beINSports (Both in English and Arabic)|
|United Kingdom||Eleven Sports (sign new three year deal worth £18million a season and yet to decide how they will show matches. Via online subscription or setup on TV channel in the UK)|
|Australia||beIN Sports Australia|
|New Zealand & Pacific Countries||beIN Sports|
|Brazil||ESPN Brazil (selected matches) FoxSports (Exclusive rights with Portuguese coverage)|
|Mexico||Direct TV & ESPN Latin|
|Puerto Rico||beIN Sports|
|Middle-east & North Africa||beIN Sports (exclusive rights all over middle-eastern countries plus several north african countries)|
|South Africa & Sub-Sahara Africa||Super Sport (exclusive rights in South Africa in english coverage), Canal+ (french coverage in some african countries)|
|Brunei & Malaysiya, Indonesia||beIN Sports (exclusive rights in Brunei, Malaysia, Indonesia, Combodia, Laos and Thailand)|
|Singapore & Philippines||beIN Sports (exclusive rights in the region), ABC-CBN also share LA Liga rights in Philippines|
|Chine & Macau||PPTV (exclusive rights in China and Chinese territories)|
|India & Sub-Continent countries||Son Six & Son Kix (Exclusive rights in India, Pakistan Bangladesh and other adjacent countries) Geo Super (Pakistan), Channel9 (Bangladesh), Lemar TV (Afghanistan)|
|Scandaniva||Viasat Sport (Exclusive rights in Denmark, Finland, Sweden & Norway)|
|Germany||DAZN (mobile & online streams)|
|France||beINSports (exclusive rights of La Liga in France with french coverage)|
|Italy||FoxSports Italia (Exclusive rights)|
|Austria||DAZN (mobile & online streams in German coverage)|
|Belgium||Eleven Sports (selected matches), TeleNet|
|Portugal||SportTV (Exclusive rights)|
|Russian||NTV Plus (exclusive rights)|
|Romania & Slovakia||DigiSport (exclusive rights in Romania and Slovakia)|
|Eastern European Countries||Sport Klub (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovania)|
|Switzerland||DAZN (online streams subsciption based in German or French coverage)|
|South Korea||KBS N Sports & SkySports|
|Ex-Soviet Countries||Setanta Sports (exclusive rights in countries like Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan)|
|Chine & Taiwan||PPTV (exclusive rights in Chine and Taiwan). Guangdong Sports (selected matches in some Chinese states)|
|Some Eastern European||NTV Plus (exclusive rights)|
|Some Baltic Countries||Setanta Sports (exclusiv rights in Armenia, Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania Moldova)|
|Israel||One (Exclusive rights in the region in Hebrew coverage)|