La Liga Spain | 2024 Football Rankings

La Liga 2023/2024

PWDLGFGAFormPts
1Real Madrid
31
24
6
1
67
20
WWWWD
78
2Barcelona
31
21
7
3
62
34
WWWWD
70
3Girona
31
20
5
6
63
39
LWLWL
65
4Atletico Madrid
31
19
4
8
59
36
WWLLW
61
5Athletic Club
31
16
9
6
51
29
DLWWD
57
6Real Sociedad
31
13
11
7
45
33
DWWWL
50
7Valencia
31
13
8
10
34
32
WWDLW
47
8Real Betis
31
11
12
8
38
37
WLLLL
45
9Villarreal
31
10
9
12
49
54
DLWWW
39
10Getafe
31
9
12
10
37
43
DLWLD
39
11Osasuna
31
11
6
14
36
44
LWLLW
39
12Las Palmas
31
10
7
14
29
35
LLLLD
37
13Sevilla
31
8
10
13
39
44
WWLDW
34
14Deportivo Alav├ęs
31
8
8
15
26
38
LLLWL
32
15Mallorca
31
6
13
12
25
36
LDWLW
31
16Rayo Vallecano
31
6
13
12
25
38
DDWLD
31
17Celta de Vigo
31
6
10
15
33
46
LDWLW
28
18Cadiz
31
4
13
14
21
41
LWLWD
25
19Granada
31
3
8
20
32
60
WLLLL
17
20Almeria
31
1
11
19
30
62
DLWDL
14

La Liga Spain

First division football in Spain is known as the Campeonato Nacional de Primera Division or La Liga in Spanish. Although the league is officially known as LaLiga Santander because of its major sponsor, it is stylized LaLiga. It is the highest professional division in the Spanish football league system. For the purposes of this article, we’ll focus on La Liga and its various divisions. Here are some important facts about the league.

While Nunez’s intentions were good, the outcome of the competition had mixed reactions. Many Spaniards were angry, and the Copa de la Liga trophy remained a disappointment for years. As a result, the FEF was under intense pressure to modify or scrap the competition. Moreover, the long season meant that players were exhausted, and there was little time for further honours. Added to the pressure, Spain’s summers are brutal, making television viewing even more unreliable.

The Spanish regulator CNMC has studied La Liga’s audiovisual rights proposals. The regulator recommends a transparent, competitive, non-discriminatory award process. The league’s proposed conditions don’t meet the requirements of the Royal Decree-Law 5/2015, which governs broadcast rights in Spain. First, La Liga must guarantee that the awards are fair and transparent, and must allow for the broadest possible participation. Second, lots must be assessed according to objective criteria, rather than subjective judgments. This will limit the discretion of the LNFP and increase certainty among operators.

Second division football is also highly competitive, and if one team wins the championship, they’ll be able to continue to win it. Real Madrid has won the LaLiga title eight times in the last 15 years. This is the longest tenure for any club in the top tier of Spanish football, and if Real Madrid did win it again, they’d be on their way to Europe. However, at the end of a season, the first team will have been crowned as champion.