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Football Trips La Liga

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Would you like to go on a football trip to Spain and watch a match of the Primera División? Or are you generally interested in Spanish football? Then you’ve come to the right place! At Footballtripsonline you book the tickets, including the flight and hotel. You’ll experience an unique experience in one of the best football competitions in the world. With this information you are optimally prepared for your football trip to the Primera División!

1. The La Liga and the football teams

The first season of the Primera División took place in 1929. The first 10 clubs of the Primera División were: Arenas Club de Getxo, Real Unión, Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, Athletic Bilbao, Europa, Español, Real Sociedad, Athletico Madrid and Racing Santander. Until today Real Madrid en FC Barcelona are the dominating team in the La Liga.

A total of 20 clubs play in the Primera División. All clubs play against each other twice in a season; once at home and once away. The clubs that finish the season within the top-4 qualify for the Champions League. Clubs that finish in position 6, 7 and 8 qualify for the Europa League. Those clubs that finish in the last three places in the league are relegated to the Segunda División A and those that finish in the top-3 in the Segunda División A are promoted to the Primera División.

Current Clubs in the Primera División

Here you can find all the clubs that will play in the Primera División (season 2019/2020):

  • Athletic Bilbao
  • Atletico Madrid
  • C.A. Osasuna
  • CD Leganés
  • Deportivo Alaves
  • FC Barcelona
  • Getafe CF
  • Granada CF
  • Levante UD
  • RC Celta
  • RCD Espanyol de Barcelona
  • RCD Mallorca
  • Real Betis Sevilla
  • Real Madrid
  • Real Sociedad
  • Real Valladolid CF
  • SD Eibar
  • Sevilla FC
  • Valencia FC
  • Villarreal CF

2. English players in the La Liga

Since the start of the Primera División, 20 English players have played in the Primera División. Here is a quick overview of English players in the Primera División.

2.1. Current English Players in the Primera División

Kieran Trippier – Atletico Madrid (2019 -)

2.2. Former English players in the Primera Division

Dalian Atkinson – Real Sociedad (1990-1991)

Peter Barnes – Betis (1982-1983)

David Beckham – Real Madrid (2003-2007)

Stan Collymore – Oviedo (2000-2001)

Laurie Cunningham – Real Madrid, Sporting (1979-82, 1983-1984)

Mark Draper – Rayo (1999-2000)

Adrian Heath – Espanyol (1988-1989)

Gary Lineker – Barcelona (1986-1989)

Harry Lowe – Real Sociedad (1934-1935)

Steve McManaman – Real Madrid (1999-2003)

Raphael Meade – Betis (1987-1988)

Michael Owen – Real Madrid (2004-2005)

Kevin Richardson – Real Sociedad (1990-1991)

Vinny Samways – Las Palmas, Sevilla (2000-2003)

Jonathan Woodgate – Real Madrid (2004-2006)

3. Primera División Statistics

3.1. Champions of the Primera División

In total 9 different Spanish clubs have captured the Primera División title. The record champion is Real Madrid with 33 titles. The complete overview of all Primera División champions can be found here:

Real Madrid (33x) 56/57, 57/58, 60/61, 61/61, 62/63, 64/65, 66/67, 67/68, 68/69, 71/72, 74/75, 75/76, 77/78, 78/79, 79/80, 85/86, 86/86, 87/88, 88/89, 89/90, 94/95, 00/01, 02/03, 06/07, 07/08, 11/12, 16/17

FC Barcelona (25x) 28/29, 44/45, 47/48, 48/49, 51/52, 52/53, 58/59, 59/60, 73/74, 84/85, 90/91, 91/92, 92/93, 93/94, 97/98, 98/99, 04/05, 05/06, 08/09, 09/10, 10/11, 14/15, 15/16, 17/18

Atlético Madrid (10x) 39/40, 40/41, 49/50, 50/51, 65/66, 69/70, 72/73, 76/77, 95/96, 13/14

Athletic Bilbao (8x) 29/30, 20/31, 33/34, 35/36, 42/43, 55/56, 82/83, 83/84

Valencia CF (6x) 41/42, 43/44, 46/47, 70/71, 01/02, 03/04

Real Sociedad (2x) 80/81, 81/82

Deportivo La Coruña (1x) 99/00

Sevilla FC (1x) 45/46

Real Betis (1x) 34/35

3.2. Top Scorer in the Primera División

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have dominated the top scorer list for years. But who has scored the most goals in the Primera División in a single season? Have a look at the top 10 scorers of the Primera División below:

  1. 50 Tore: Lionel Messi in 2011/12
  2. 48 Tore: Cristiano Ronaldo in 2014/15
  3. 46 Tore: Lionel Messi in 2012/13
  4. 40 Tore: Luiz Suárez in 2015/16 und Cristiano Ronaldo 2010/11
  5. 38 Tore: Telmo Zarra in 1950/51 und Hugo Sánchez in 1989/90
  6. 37 Tore: Lionel Messi in 2016/17
  7. 35 Tore: Baltazar in 1988/89
  8. 34 Tore: Ronaldo de Lima in 1996/97, Hugo Sánchez 1986/87, Lionel Messi in 2010 und 2018
  9. 33 Tore: Telmo Zarra in 1946/47 en Pruden in 1940/41
  10. 32 Tore: Diego Forlán in 2008/09

4. Tips for your football trip to the Primera División

We at Footballtripsonline have three tips for your trip to a match of the Primera División.

Our tips are:

  1. Avoid the expensive derbies
  2. Champions League matches played during the week are cheaper
  3. Make sure that you arrive at the stadium on time

Do you have any further questions? If yes, please do not hesitate to contact us!

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