The Spanish football has resumed and you can find the La Liga fixtures 2020 below along with all information you’ll need on how to watch Sevilla vs Barcelona and all the other Spanish football games through LaLiga TV and other channels wherever you are.
The games are coming at break-neck speed in Spain right now, with the powers that be determined to finish off the season before anything else can get in the way. That seems to have suited Atletico Madrid who have made up the ground on the stuttering teams around them in the race for the Champions League places.
That includes Sevilla who are just three points ahead of the team from the capital. With Barcelona to play tonight, the Andalusians are likely to find themselves on level points with Simeone's side by Sunday morning.
As for Barca, it's a matter of maintaining focus to keep their two-point lead over Real Madrid. Frenkie de Jong, Sergi Roberto, Samuel Umtiti and Ousmane Dembélé all look like non-starters for Quique Setién which leaves the league-leaders a little thinner than usual along the back line.
There are no such personnel problems for Julen Lopetegui who may well fancy his strike force of Lucas Ocampos, Luuk de Jong and Munir to do some damage. Expect the Real squad to be glued to their TVs as this one unfolds.
Madrid have a fairly tough test of their own playing away to Real Sociedad on Sunday. They'll be grateful for the absence of their notoriously hostile welcome from the local fans and for Sociedad's recent run of bad form which has seen the Donostians slip to sixth in the table.
Sevilla vs Barcelona kicks off at 9pm, BST, on Friday. Real Sociedad vs Real Madrid is on Sunday at 9pm also. UK viewers can catch both on Premier Sports.
It's a fascinating season in Spain, as ever. Barça, who won their 26th Spanish title last season, have strengthened again as they attempt to reassert their dominance in Europe as well as domestically.
That only makes things tougher for Real Madrid, who struggled last season without the goals and influence of Cristiano Ronaldo and finished third, 19 points off the top. Their current position suggests many of those problems have been fixed, however.
Madrid responded by reinstating Zinédine Zidane as manager, who won three consecutive UEFA Champions League finals in his first spell, and building a new squad of Galacticos led by the signings of Eden Hazard, Luka Jovic and Ferland Mendy. So far it appears to be paying off.
If you want to watch it all unfold over the next seven months – whether that be on your TV, laptop, smartphone or tablet – we've got you covered. Simply scroll down to find the best option for you, sit back and enjoy.
Watch La Liga matches in the UK and Republic of Ireland
Premier Sports have the rights to show Spanish football in the UK and Ireland in conjunction with LaLigaTV. Football fans can subscribe to Premier Sports on Virgin Media, Sky Sports or using the Premier Player web player platform.
Using the BACKTOWIN promo code, Sky Sports customers and anyone signing up to Premier Player can enjoy all the televised La Liga games in HD throughout June.
Premier's sister site, FreeSports, will also show select La Liga games each weekend. Keep an eye out on the FreeSports schedule to find out which ones. You can watch the games on the FreeSports app or the FreeSports player.
LaLiga TV free for June on Premier Sports
Follow the link and enjoy La Liga football for free in June. Access all the games in HD through your Sky box or using the Premier Player web player. Not available on Virgin Media, sadly.View Deal
LaLiga TV can be found on Virgin Media in HD on channel 554. It's available to all Premier Sports customers and any Virgin Media subscriber can sign up for £9.99 per month through their on-screen service - Home > Apps & Games > All Apps > TV Channel Upgrades on the remote. The bundle includes Premier Sports 1 HD (CH 551) and Premier Sports 2 HD (CH 552) as well.
Home also to Italy's Serie A, Premier Sports is available to Sky TV customers for £11.99 per month, or a £99 annual charge, and has an online player available for the same monthly charge or for an £89 lump sum.
Choose your Premier Sports package on its website, here.
Watch La Liga matches from abroad using a VPN
Trying to access ITV streams from outside the UK or ROI – if you're on holiday or working abroad, for example – is still a problem. The service will know your location based on your IP address, and will automatically block your access – even if you’re a national of one of these countries.
So, you’ll need a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to help you get around this obstacle. A VPN creates a private connection between your device and the internet, such that the servers and services you’re accessing aren’t aware of what you’re doing. All the information passing back and forth is entirely encrypted.
VPNs are as useful for banking as they are at trying to watch video content or access websites that people in your location are not supposed to do. So, whether you want to watch live football, enjoy another country’s Netflix library or just keep your browsing data private, then they’re well worth considering.
There are many VPN providers out there, with some more reliable and safe than others. As a rule, we’d suggest a paid-for service and would recommend the following:
You can get three months free when you sign up to a year-long plan, bringing VPN access to smart devices including the Amazon Fire TV Stick, laptops, TVs and both Android and iOS mobiles and tablets. Express also offers a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Which comes in at as little as $2.99 (£2.29) per month and features 24/7 assistance
Once you’ve made your choice, all you need to do is sign in to your VPN service through whichever device you’d like to use to watch the match. When prompted to select a server, you need to pick one which is based in the country whose content you’d like to access. Then navigate to the relevant video streaming app or website and you’re in.
You can find a full list of the world's broadcasters with rights to show live Liga football here.
Watch La Liga matches in the USA
Rights to show La Liga matches in the USA – alongside coverage of France's Ligue 1 and UEFA cup competitions – belong to beIN Sports. It is quite easily bolted on to your existing cable package and includes the Connect service for watching games live on your smartphone, tablet, laptop or Roku box.
The Basic package costs just $10 a month, and includes the main beIN Sports channel as well as beIN Sports 7, 8 and 9 – all in HD – alongside a range of entertainment services.
Its dedicated Sports package will set you back $25 a month, giving you all the benefits of the Basic tier, plus beIN Sports channels 1 through to 16 – again all in HD – as well as its basketball service, beIN Sports NBA.
Two other tiers are also available – Premium at $30 a month and Elite at $45 – for various movie and entertainment add-ons to your full sports package.
The former is a dedicated sports platform, which offers a $45-per-month package including beIN Sports and its Spanish sister channel alongside a range of other sports, film and entertainment services. You can boost your channel list from around 80 to more than 100 – including beIN Sports 2 to 10 – for an extra $5 a month with fubo EXTRA. It also offers a free seven-day trial, for which you can sign up via the fuboTV website.
Sling TV offers a less comprehensive package of beIN Sports channels, but can save you a bit of money. It comes via the Sports Extra package, which is a bolt-on to Sling's entertainment-focussed Orange and Blue services – each of which costs $25 a month, or $40 together.
Adding Sports Extra to your Orange package will set you back an extra $5 per month, offering access to beIN Sports as well as ESPN Goal Line, ESPN Bases Loaded, Stadium, Outside TV, Motorsport TV and Univision TDN.
It's more expensive to add to the Blue tier – $10 each month – but you'll get extra sport from NFL RedZone, NBA TV, NHL Network, NBC Golf, PAC 12 Network and The Olympic Channel.
You can choose your packages and get a free seven-day trial from the Sling TV website.
La Liga fixtures 2020
Here's a list of games that will be shown live by LaLigaTV. All fixture times shown in BST. All games will be live on Premier Sports in the UK and the beIN Sports network in the US.
Friday 19th June
Granada vs Villarreal, 6.30pm
Mallorca vs Leganés, 6.30pm
Sevilla vs Barcelona, 9pm
Saturday 20th June
Espanyol vs Levante, 1pm
Athletic Bilbao vs Real Betis, 4pm
Getafe vs Eibar, 6.30pm
Atlético Madrid vs Real Valladolid, 9pm
Sunday 21st June
Celta Vigo vs Alavés, 1pm
Valencia vs Osasuna, 6.30pm
Real Sociedad vs Real Madrid, 9pm
Monday 22nd June
Villarreal vs Sevilla, 6.30pm
Leganés vs Granada, 9pm
Tuesday 23rd June
Levante vs Atlético Madrid, 6.30pm
Real Valladolid vs Getafe, 6.30pm
Barcelona vs Athletic Bilbao, 9pm
Wednesday 24th June
Real Sociedad vs Celta Vigo, 6.30pm
Alavés vs Osasuna, 6.30pm
Real Madrid vs Mallorca, 9pm
Thursday 25th June
Eibar vs Valencia, 6.30pm
Real Betis vs Espanyol, 9pm
Friday 26th June
Sevilla vs Real Valladolid, 9pm
Saturday 27th June
Athletic Bilbao vs Mallorca, 1pm
Celta Vigo vs Barcelona, 4pm
Osasuna vs Leganés, 6.30pm
Atlético Madrid vs Alavés, 9pm
Sunday 28th June
Levante vs Real Betis, 1pm
Villarreal vs Valencia, 4pm
Espanyol vs Real Madrid, 6.30pm
Granada vs Eibar, 9pm
Monday 29th June
Getafe vs Real Sociedad, 9pm