The 2019-2020 League will begin this year at the end of the week of August 18 and will continue until May 24, the date on which the thirty-eighth and final day will be celebrated. There will be a break at Christmas (the weekend of December 29), although it will be played on the eve of Kings, and Holy Week.
Real Valladolid will face Betis, in Seville, on the first day according to the draw made on Thursday by the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF).
Athletic Club-Soccer Club Barcelona, Celta de Vigo-Real Madrid, Atlético de Madrid-Getafe and Espanyol-Sevilla are part of other matches of this first day.
The confrontations of this first day are:
Atlético de Madrid-Getafe
The draw for the 2019/20 season of LaLiga Santander has ruled that the first Classic of the season between Barcelona and Real Madrid will be played on October 27 at the Camp Nou (day 10), while the first one will take place on March 1 at the Santiago Bernabéu (day 26).
The First Division will open on the weekend of August 18 with a complicated duel for Barcelona, which will begin to defend its title in San Mamés against Athletic Club, while Real Madrid will visit Celta and Atlético de Madrid will receive the Getafe.
After nine months of intense competition, on the last day 38, scheduled for the weekend of May 24, the matches will be played Alavés-Barcelona, Leganés-Real Madrid and Atlético-Real Sociedad.
As they had requested from the Royal Spanish Football Federation, there will be three clubs that will compete outside the first three days of competition for works in their respective stadiums: Real Sociedad, Real Valladolid and Eibar.
That was one of the conditions that had the raffle among the 100,000 possible possible calendars of competition. In the style of the National Lottery, five balls were drawn, with five figures from one to nine, and the calendar number chosen was 27,062.
Barcelona will conclude the 2019-2020 season by visiting Alavés at the Mendizorroza stadium while Real Madrid will also end their course away from home, in this case against Leganés at the Butarque stadium.
Both matches have been confirmed after the draw of the calendar in the City of Soccer of Las Rozas, which has also shown that on the last date Atletico Madrid will host Real Sociedad in their stadium.
In addition, the closing date will host an attractive showdown between Sevilla and Valencia with the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán stadium as the stage and another between newly promoted teams such as Osasuna and Mallorca, with the first ones being local.
The match is completed by Espanyol-Celta de Vigo, Levante-Getafe, Villarreal-Eibar, Granada-Athletic and Valladolid-Betis.
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