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  • FC Barcelona
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    Villarreal CF vs Rayo Vallecano 28 April 2024, 17:00 (Sunday) Estadio de la Ceramica, Villarreal, Spain
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    Deportivo Alaves vs Celta Vigo 28 April 2024, 17:00 (Sunday) Mendizorrotza, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain


La Liga is the Spanish Premier League (Primera División), full Spanish title - The Campeonato Nacional de Liga de Primera Divisió, is the men's top professional football division in Spanish football.
62 teams took part in the La Liga since its inception, while only 9 were crowned as champions. 
According to UEFA's league coefficient rankings, La Liga has been the top league in Europe in each of the seven years from 2013 to 2019.

Record Transfers in La Liga

The Spanish football league, La Liga, has been able to attract some of the world's most talented footballers to its clubs. Despite the Premier League being synonymous with lucrative deals, La Liga has not lagged much behind. Over the past two decades, Barcelona and Real Madrid, with sporadic interference from Atletico Madrid, have dominated the transfer market, luring the world's finest talents to Spain. Real Madrid broke the world-record transfer fees five times between 2002 and 2009 in search of the famous "La Decima." However, in recent years, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona have taken over the transfer market as Real Madrid's exorbitant spending sprees have taken a back seat. Below is a list of the ten most lucrative pieces of business completed by some of the most prominent Spanish clubs:

- Phillipe Coutinho (Liverpool to Barcelona, 2018) – €135m
- Joao Felix (Benfica to Atletico Madrid, 2019) – €127.2m
- Ousmane Dembele (Borussia Dortmund to Barcelona, 2017) – €125m
- Antoine Griezmann (Atletico Madrid to Barcelona, 2019) – €120m
- Eden Hazard (Chelsea to Real Madrid, 2019) – €115m
- Gareth Bale (Tottenham Hotspur to Real Madrid, 2013) – €101m
- Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United to Real Madrid, 2009) – €94m
- Neymar (Santos to Barcelona, 2013) – €88m
- Frenkie de Jong (Ajax to Barcelona, 2019) – €86m 
- Luis Suarez (Liverpool to Barcelona, 2014) – €81.7m


La Liga Champions

Real Madrid: 34 championships
Barcelona: 26 championships
Atletico Madrid: 11 championships
Athletic Bilbao: 8 championships
Valencia: 6 championships
Real Sociedad: 2 championships
Deportivo La Coruna: 1 championship
Sevilla: 1 championship
Real Betis: 1 championship
Real Zaragoza: 1 championship
Real Valladolid: 1 championship

La Liga Top Scorers


Lionel Messi - 474 goals
Cristiano Ronaldo - 311
Telmo Zarra - 251
Hugo Sánchez - 234
Raúl - 228

La Liga Most Appearances

Andoni Zubizarreta - 622 apps
Joaquín - 586
Raúl - 550
Eusebio Sacristán - 543
Paco Buyo - 542

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