LaLiga League live stream: Watch the 2020/21 season-opening online
LaLiga League is the best of Spanish football is back this weekend with most of the league clubs.
Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Seville were missing from the match list at the opening weekend when they took part in the final stages of European competition last month.
Sevilla are feeling more glory in the Europa League, while other big players in La Liga have been very disappointed after leaving the Champions League – but the focus will now return to national commitments.
Even though the giants are missing, there are still seven races to look forward to on Saturday and Sunday when 2020/21 officially kicks off.
How to live stream LaLiga League fixtures online:
bet365 are live streaming every LaLiga fixture on the opening weekend. Here’s how you can access games being live stream on the bet365 platform:
- Go to bet365 via this link
- Register for an account (this could also earn you up to £100 in free bet credits, though terms and conditions apply and you have to be over 18)
- Make a deposit to unlock the live stream sections of the site
- Head to the live stream section of the site
- Watch your chosen game live
NB: To watch, customers must have a funded Sports account or have placed a bet within the last 24 hours. 18+ | T&C’s Apply | Gamble Responsibly | Geo-restrictions apply. These odds and promotions are valid at the time of the writing of this its most recent update on Thursday, September 10 at 13:00 BST.
LaLiga League fixtures | Latest
Saturday 12 September
- Eibar vs Celta Vigo (3pm BST)
- Granada vs Athletic Bilbao (5.30pm BST)
- Cadiz vs Osasuna (8pm BST)
Sunday 13 September
- Alaves vs Real Betis (1pm BST)
- Real Valladolid vs Real Sociedad (3pm BST)
- Villarreal vs SD Huesca (5.30pm BST)
- Valencia vs Levante (8pm BST)
Game to watch: Valencia vs Levante
Only four points separate Valencia in ninth place and Levante in twelfth place last season.
Under normal circumstances in LaLiga League, Valencia had hoped to extend that deadline and insist on European qualification, but a string of unpopular sales of players – including midfield duo Dani Parejo and Francis Coquelin who joined their Villarreal rivals and striker Rodrigo and moved to Leeds – dampened expectations Mestalla.
Questions have been raised about the intention of the Levant board and outsiders to seek to stoke tension – even if the stadium is empty – and reap a fruitful early win.