La Liga, the Spanish First Division, is one of the most important, and arguably the best, football leagues in the world. Whether you want to see Atletico de Madrid or the famous 'El Clasico' between Barcelona and Real Madrid (although this season their won't be any Messi vs Ronaldo),here at Ticketbis you can buy and sell your La Liga tickets here! The Spanish 'primera division' is the envy of clubs and leagues around the world and, while some may say it may lack the passion of the English Premier League or German Bundesliga, it is known for the quality of its teams and skill of individual players like Griezmann, Messi and Isco.
The 2017-18 La Liga season will live long in the memory. Barcelona, written off by almost everyone at the start of the season due to Neymar's move to French giants PSG, nearly completed an unprecedented unbeaten season, falling just short after losing 5-4 against Levante in the Real Madrid. It wasn't all bad news for the clubs from Madrid; Atletico won the Europa League and Real Madrid won the Champions League for the third time in a row. So, what will happen in the new La Liga season? Real Madrid shocked everyone with the sale of Cristiano Ronaldo and time will tell whether it was a sensible move. Will Barcelona's Dembele show Spain what he is capable of, or will Atletico beat the big 2 to the league title again? Whatever happens, you can watch all the best Spanish football when you buy La Liga 2018-19 tickets right here at Ticketbis.
La Liga was founded back in 1929 and originally consisted of just 10 teams. The winners of the very first Liga were Barcelona, Real Madrid also won titles in 1932 and 1933. However, the early years of La Liga were dominated by Basque club, Athletic Bilbao, winning the title in 1930, 1931, 1934 and 1936. Real Betis also won their only title (so far) in 1935. The Primera División, as it was known then, was suspended during the Spanish Civil War.
The 1950s saw the start of the Barcelona/Real Madrid dominance in La Liga and Europe, thanks to the brilliance of players like Alfred di Stefano and Ferenc Puskás for Real Madrid and László Kubala for Barcelona. During this period, Real Madrid also won an unprecedented five consecutive European Cups, a feat unlikely to repeated for a long time.
A total of 9 different teams have won the Spanish Football Championship. Leading the way are Real Madrid (33), Barcelona (25), Atlético Madrid (10), Athletic Bilbao (8), Valencia (6), Real Sociedad (2), Deportivo La Coruña, Sevilla and Real Betis all have one title each. Atlético Madrid's title win in 2014 was the first time in 10 years that neither Real Madrid or Barcelona claimed the title and, with Cristiano Ronaldo leaving Madrid for Juventus, is this the the time for a changing of the guard. Atletico managed to keep hold of Barcelona target Griezmann and their squad is looking as strong as ever.
So, if you want to see exciting football, world-class players, passionate fans, and much more. Buy your La Liga tickets today at Ticketbis.