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Spain - La Liga
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Spain - La Liga

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Spain - La Liga

SD Eibar FC Barcelona 2 - 2
Real Betis Real Madrid 2 - 0
Celta de Vigo Rayo Vallecano 2 - 2
CD Alaves Girona 2 - 1
SD Huesca CD Leganes 2 - 1
Rayo Vallecano Celta 2 - 2
Athletic Bilbao Sevilla 0 - 2

MP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1BarcelonaBarcelona3826939036+5487
2Atletico MadridAtletico Madrid38221065529+2676
3Real MadridReal Madrid38215126346+1768
4ValenciaValencia38151675135+1661
5GetafeGetafe38151494835+1359
6Sevilla FCSevilla FC38178136247+1559
7EspanyolEspanyol381411134850-253
8Athletic BilbaoAthletic Bilbao381314114145-453
9Real SociedadReal Sociedad381311144546-150
10Real BetisReal Betis38148164452-850
MP W D L GF GA GD Pts
11AlavésAlavés381311143950-1150
12EibarEibar381114134650-447
13LeganesLeganes381112153743-645
14VillarrealVillarreal381014144952-344
15LevanteLevante381111165966-744
16Real ValladolidReal Valladolid381011173251-1941
17Celta VigoCelta Vigo381011175362-941
18GironaGirona38910193753-1637
19HuescaHuesca38712194365-2233
20Rayo VallecanoRayo Vallecano3888224170-2932

The Primera Division, more popularly known as La Liga, is the top professional football division of the Spanish football league system. The league is administered by the Liga de Futbol Profesional (LFP). It draws its roots back to April 1929 when Jose Maria Acha, director at Arenas Club de Getxo, first proposed the idea of a national league in Spain. After thorough deliberations about the league’s parameters, including the size and the teams that would participate, the Real Federacion Espanola de Futbol eventually agreed on the 10 teams who would take part in the first Primera Division in 1929.

As the years went by, the number of the teams increased in size–from 10 to 20 teams. A total of 62 teams have competed in La Liga since its foundation. Nine teams have been crowned Spanish champions, with Real Madrid winning the titles a record at 33 times followed by 25-time winners Barcelona.

The competition adopts the double-round robin format. This is the same framework that the Premier League and the Bundesliga follows. During the course of a season, which goes on from August to May, each club plays every other club twice, including one home and away game, equating to 38 matchdays. Teams get three points for a win, one point for a draw, and no points for a loss. At the end of the season, teams are ranked by total points, with the highest-ranked club at the end of the season hailed as the Spanish champions. Meanwhile, the three lowest placed teams in La Liga are relegated to the Segunda Division, and the top two teams from the second division are promoted to La Liga, with a third club promoted after a series of play-offs between the third and sixth placed clubs. The top teams in La Liga are eligible to take part in the UEFA Champions League.

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