La Liga Tips

La Liga is the top-most men’s professional football league in Spain. Its full name is the Campeonato Nacional de Liga de Primera División, commonly known simply as Primera División in Spain, and as La Liga in English-speaking countries. Because of the current sponsorship deal, it is referred to as La Liga Santander.

La Liga is one of the most popular leagues in the world. It attracts players, coaches, and fans from all over the world. As one of the top leagues in the world, La Liga gets a lot of interest from betting customers. As a result, we provide you with La Liga betting tips for free on our page. Our La Liga prediction are generated by a team of experts who understand the league and are able to generate winning tips on a consistent basis. Check out our free betting tips and football prediction for tomorrow covering La Liga and other competitions across the world.


La Liga betting tips

La Liga is a very popular league followed all across the world. The interest is not just in the football competition but also the betting opportunities it offers. Every bookmaker worth its salt offers La Liga betting markets as part of its football betting offer. Depending on the bookmaker, there are multiple betting markets that are available for La Liga games.

At Live Tips Portal, we provide La Liga betting tips and match predictions for free. Our tips cover a wide range of football betting markets and betting strategies. These include; 1X2, Over/Under, Double Chance, Draw No Bet, Halftime/Fulltime, Goals, Corners, Bookings, Goal-scorers, Accumulators, and Specials. For each match, we will provide the betting tip that is most likely to bring you good rewards when you stake on it.

We have a team of football experts with extensive knowledge and understanding of La Liga. They are able to make predictions and generate winning tips for La Liga games using their expertise. This has enabled us to consistently generate winning tips with a high level of accuracy.

Most bookmakers provide attractive odds and extensive markets for La Liga games. We are speaking about a odds payout rate of about 98% for the top games like the El Clasico or the Derby madrileño. This gives you many opportunities for betting and winning big. Our experts will guide you on how to place winning bets in La Liga and even other competitions.

La Liga Betting Tips
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La Liga today

For you enjoy great success in betting on La Liga games, you need to understand the teams. Spain’s premier football division comprises of <strong>20 teams</strong>. They play each other on a home-and-away basis for a total of <strong>38 league games per team</strong> every season. The teams are ranked according to points accumulated. Some of the more popular La Liga teams include; Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Valencia, Sevilla, Villarreal, and Real Betis.

The 2021/22 season starts on August 13th with the game Valecnia CF vs Getafe CF. In total there will be 380 games played on 38 matchdays. The final gameday will be on May 22nd 2022 with Barcelona welcoming Villarreal, Real Madrid against Real Betis and the away game of Atletico Madrid at Real Sociedad.

In recent years, the La Liga title race has been primarily between Real Madrid and Barcelona, with Atletico Madrid providing close competition – like in 2020/21 when Atletico won the championship two points ahead of Real Madrid. Other notable teams that finish regularly in the top four include Valencia, Sevilla, and Villarreal.

At the end of every season, the top-ranked team become the Champions. The bottom three teams are relegated to La Liga 2 (Segunda Division) and replaced by the top three promoted from La Liga 2. For the 2021/22 season Espanyol Barcelona, RCD Mallorca and Rayo Vallecano are new in the top flight division.

The top 4 teams in La Liga qualify for the UEFA Champions League, 5th and 6th play in the Europa League, while the 7th placed team gets to play in the Europa Conference League.

In the past two decades, La Liga teams have dominated UEFA competitions more than any other league. It has also seen some of the best players in the world playing in Spain. Between 2013-2019, La Liga was the top-ranked league in Europe according to UEFA Co-efficient rankings. This is based on teams’ performance in UEFA competition over a period of the past five years.

The past decade has also seen some of the best players in the world gracing La Liga, including Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi who have both since moved on to other leagues. The current stars of La Liga include Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale, Luka Modric, Sergio Aguero, Antoine Griezmann, Luis Suarez, and Joao Felix. Many of these top players have since moved on to other places but La Liga continues to attract top talents even today.

Current Standing

Real Madrid
Real Madrid CF
85 37 26 7 4 80 31 49
FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona
73 37 21 10 6 68 36 32
Atlético Madrid
Atlético de Madrid
68 37 20 8 9 63 42 21
Sevilla FC
Sevilla FC
67 37 17 16 4 52 30 22
Betis Sevilla
Real Betis Sevilla
64 37 19 7 11 62 40 22
Real Sociedad
Real Sociedad de Futbol
62 37 17 11 9 39 35 4
Villarreal CF
Villarreal CF
56 37 15 11 11 61 37 24
Athletic Club
Athletic Club Bilbao
55 37 14 13 10 43 35 8
CA Osasuna
C. A. Osasuna
47 37 12 11 14 37 49 -12
Celta Vigo
RC Celta de Vigo
46 37 12 10 15 43 41 2
Valencia FC
Valencia CF
45 37 10 15 12 46 53 -7
Rayo Vallecano
Rayo Vallecano
42 37 11 9 17 37 46 -9
Espanyol Barcelona
RCD Espanyol
41 37 10 11 16 40 53 -13
Elche CF
Elche CF
39 37 10 9 18 37 51 -14
Getafe CF
Getafe FC
39 37 8 15 14 32 38 -6
Granada FC
Granada CF
37 37 8 13 16 44 61 -17
RCD Mallorca
RCD Mallorca
36 37 9 9 19 34 63 -29
Cádiz CF
Cádiz CF
36 37 7 15 15 34 51 -17
Levante UD
32 37 7 11 19 47 74 -27
Deportivo Alavés
Club Deportivo Alavés
31 37 8 7 22 31 64 -33
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La Liga history

La Liga was started in 1929 initially with 10 teams competing. Among those teams that are still in La Liga today include Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Real Sociedad, Athletic Club, and Espanyol. Barcelona won the inaugural La Liga title in 1929. Real Madrid won their first title in 1932. It was Athletic Club that dominated the first few years of La Liga, winning it in 1930, 1931, 1934, and 1936.

La Liga was suspended during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) and when it resumed afterwards, new teams had emerged as strong contenders. In the 1940s, competition was mainly between Valencia (winners 1942, 1944, 1947), Atletico Madrid (1940, 1941), and Barcelona (1945, 1948, 1949).

The 1950s heralded the emergence of Barcelona and Real Madrid as the most dominant team in La Liga. Atletico Madrid won the title in 1950 and 1951 before Barcelona took over in 1952 and 1953. This squad is considered Barcelona’s first golden era as they also won back-to-back Copa Del Rey titles to go with the league title. They also won the league in 1959 and 1960.

In the 1950s Real Madrid naturalized Alfredo Di Stéfano and Ferenc Puskás to be eligible to play for them. Together with Raymond Kopa and Francisco Gento, they formed the core of the Real Madrid team that won La Liga in 1954, 1955, 1957, and 1958. Real Madrid continued their dominance through the 1960s and 1970s, winning 14 titles in a 20 year period, including 5 titles in a row from 1961 to 1965.

Records and milestones of La Liga Teams:

Most titlesReal Madrid (34)
Most titles in a rowReal Madrid (5 – 1961 until 1965 & 1986 until 1990)
Highest winAthletic Bilbao against FC Barcelona 12:1 in 1930/31
Most points in single seasonReal Madrid & FC Barcelona (100 – 2011/12 & 2012/13)
Fewest loses in single seasonReal Madrid & Athletic Bilbao (0 – 1931/32 & 1929/30)
Highest attendance120.000 at FC Barcelona – Athletic Bilbao 12.12.1982

Records and milestones of La Liga Players:

Most games playedAndoni Zubizarreta (620 for Atheltic Bilbao, FC Barcelona, Valencia CF)
Most goals scoredLionel Messi (474)
Most goals scores in single seasonLionel Messi (50 in 2011/12)
Most scoring titlesLionel Messi (7)
Youngest goalscorerQuincoces II (10 Yearss, 9 Months, 28 Days – for Deportivo Alaves in 1930/31)
Oldest goalscorerDonato (40 Years, 4 Months, 17 Days – for Deportivo La Coruna in 2002/03)
Most games without conceded goalAndoni Zubizarreta (235)

All stats from 30th Juli 2021