Spanish Primera Liga 2023/2024 Soccer / Football


Araujo returns to training

19.5.24 Barcelona: Injuries

Barcelona's Ronald Araujo has returned to training after missing recent matches due to a knee issue. The Uruguayan defender was spotted back in action alongside his teammates, providing a timely boost for the La Liga outfit ahead of their clash with Rayo Vallecano.

Isco fractures fibula

18.5.24 Betis: Injuries

Real Betis midfielder Isco Alarcon has fractured his left fibula ruling him out of contention for a place in Spain's European Championship squad. The 32-year-old has revitalized his career this season with Betis, and was considered a strong candidate for Spain coach Luis de la Fuente's team at next month's Euros in Germany.

Real Madrid handed injury boost

16.5.24 Real Madrid: Injuries

Real Madrid midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni is recovering well from his recent injury and should be fit to feature in the Champions League final. Despite a stress fracture in his foot, there are hopes that he'll be ready to face Borussia Dortmund on June 1st.

Ancelotti allays Carvajal injury fears

15.5.24 Real Madrid: Injuries

Real Madrid's head coach Carlo Ancelotti has provided an update on Dani Carvajal after the defender went to the ground in evident pain during the second half of their La Liga match against Alaves. According to Ancelotti, Carvajal's injury is minor, and it was caused by a stomp on his foot.

Zubimendi will not leave Sociedad this summer

12.5.24 Real Sociedad

Real Sociedad manager Imanol Alguacil has ruled out the possibility of key midfielder Martin Zubimendi leaving the club this summer amidst strong interest from Barcelona. "He wants to be at Real and will surely be with us next year," said Alguacial. "They [the speculations] don't only come out when we play against Barca. There are rumours about him from other teams as well because he is a great player and this year he is in the Champions League."

1Real Mad.946129-7-1 (37)
2Barcelona823425-7-5 (37)
3Girona783224-6-7 (37)
4Atletico M.732523-4-10 (37)
5A. Bilbao652318-11-8 (37)
6Sociedad601416-12-9 (37)
7Betis56314-14-9 (37)
8Villarreal52014-10-13 (37)
9Valencia48-513-9-15 (37)
10Alaves45-1012-9-16 (37)
11Ossasuna44-1112-8-17 (37)
12Getafe43-1110-13-14 (37)
13Sevilla41-510-11-16 (37)
14Celta40-1110-10-17 (37)
15L. Palmas39-1410-9-18 (37)
16Rayo38-188-14-15 (37)
17Mallorca37-127-16-14 (37)
18Cadiz33-246-15-16 (37)
19Granada21-344-9-24 (37)
20Almeria18-372-12-23 (37)

Last results

19.5A. Bilbao - Sevilla2 : 0
19.5Barcelona - Rayo3 : 0
19.5Atletico M. - Ossasuna1 : 4
19.5Mallorca - Almeria2 : 2
19.5Betis - Sociedad0 : 2
19.5Valencia - Girona1 : 3
19.5Villarreal - Real Mad.4 : 4
19.5Cadiz - L. Palmas0 : 0
19.5Granada - Celta1 : 2
18.5Alaves - Getafe1 : 0

Spanish Primera Liga stats

Home wins45%
Away wins28%

League format : Spain : Primera Liga 2023/2024

The Primera Division (La Liga) is the top level of Spanish professional football. There are a total of 20 teams and each team plays a season 38-game schedule made up of two matches against each of the other 19 teams, home and away. As in all European football leagues, there are three points for a win, one for a tie and no points for loss.

If teams are level on points, the aggregate score between those two clubs determines the ranking before the general goal difference. If three or more teams are equal, then the combined head-to-head records of just the tied teams will be used to determine the final order of those clubs.

The top four clubs qualify for the Champions League. The 18th, 19th or 20th placed teams in the Primera Division are relegated automatically, while the top three of the Spanish Second Division are promoted. Reserve teams of the Primera clubs (called team B) may also play in the Second Division, but could not be promoted to the Spanish top flight.