Liga Spanien Spielplan La Liga 2019/20
Die Primera División /19 war die Spielzeit der höchsten spanischen Spielklasse im Fußball. Die Saison begann am August mit dem Spiel des FC Girona gegen den Aufsteiger Real Valladolid und endete am Mai Titelverteidiger. La Liga (Spanien) / - Ergebnisse u. Tabelle: alle Paarungen und Termine der Runde. Alle Spiele, Ergebnisse und Tabellen vom 38 der La Liga / - kicker. HILFE: Sie sind auf La Liga / Live-Ticker Seite in Fussball/Spanien Sektion. lesprit9.be bietet La Liga / Livescore, Endergebnisse und. Der aktuelle Spieltag und die Tabelle der spanischen Primera División / Alle Spiele und Live Ergebnisse des Spieltages im.
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During this decade, Barcelona's first golden era emerged. In , FC Barcelona made history yet again by winning five distinctive trophies in one year.
The s also saw the beginning of the Real Madrid dominance. During the s, s, and s, there were strict limits imposed on foreign players.
In most cases, clubs could only have three foreign players in their squads, meaning that at least eight local players had to play in every game.
Real Madrid won their third La Liga in , 21 years later since , and retained its title in Real Madrid dominated La Liga between and , being crowned champions 14 times.
Atletico Madrid were crowned La Liga champions four times in , , , and Atletico Madrid also finished second place in , and Real Madrid's monopoly in La Liga was interrupted significantly in the s.
Their title wins were followed by fellow Basque club Athletic Bilbao, who won back-to-back titles in and , with Athletic Bilbao winning their fifth La Liga and Copa Del Rey double in Johan Cruyff returned to Barcelona as manager in , and assembled the legendary Dream Team.
Cruyff decided to build a team composed of international stars and La Masia graduates in order to restore Barcelona to their former glorious days.
The success of possession-based football was revolutionary, [ citation needed ] and Cruyff's team won their first European Cup in and four consecutive La Liga titles between and Barcelona's run ended with Real Madrid winning La Liga in All in all, Barcelona won six La Liga titles in the s and continued their success through the s.
This new century however has also seen new challengers being crowned champions. Valencia were also a fierce team in the early s, as they were crowned La Liga champions in and under Rafael Benitez.
Real Madrid won their first Liga titles of the century in and FC Barcelona won their first title of the new century under the brilliance of Ronaldinho and Samuel Eto'o in the season.
Barcelona retained the title and won it again in the season. Real Madrid won their 32nd La Liga title with a record at the time of points.
The following year, in the season, Barcelona won yet again another La Liga title under coach Tito Vilanova , replicating the points record Real Madrid achieved the previous year.
Atletico Madrid became the first team since Valencia in to win La Liga and break Barcelona and Real Madrid's dominion over the league.
Barcelona retained the title yet again and won their 26th La Liga title in the —19 season, for a total of 8 La Liga titles in 11 years.
The promoted clubs include Osasuna and Granada , promoted directly from the second division, and the winner of the promotion play-off , Mallorca.
Real Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia are in the top ten most successful clubs in European football in terms of total European trophies.
This feat was repeated in , , , and The all-time La Liga table  is an overall record of all match results, points, and goals of every team that has played in La Liga since its inception in The table is accurate as of the end of the —19 season.
In La Liga, players can claim citizenship from the nation their ancestors came from. If a player does not have European ancestry, he can claim Spanish citizenship after playing in Spain for five years.
Sometimes, this can lead to a triple-citizenship situation; for example, Leo Franco , who was born in Argentina, is of Italian heritage yet can claim a Spanish passport, having played in La Liga for over five years.
In addition, players from the ACP countries —countries in Africa, the Caribbean , and the Pacific that are signatories to the Cotonou Agreement —are not counted against non-EU quotas due to the Kolpak ruling.
Until the —09 season, no official individual awards existed in La Liga. Since the —14 season, La Liga has also bestowed the monthly manager of the month and player of the month awards.
Boldface indicates a player still active in La Liga. Italics indicates a player still active outside La Liga. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Top professional Spanish football division. This article is about the top division in Spanish football. For other uses, see Liga disambiguation.
See also: UEFA country coefficients. Community of Madrid. Athletic Bilbao. Celta Vigo. Real Betis. Real Sociedad. Real Madrid. Main article: Spanish football clubs in international competitions.
Main article: List of Spanish football champions. Further information: Football records and statistics in Spain. See also: List of La Liga top scorers.
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