LaLiga is finally back after three months without football in Spain due to the global pandemic crisis. The season will restart with the Matchday 28 encounter between Sevilla FC and Real Betis, a match known as the El Gran Derbi, and the first of the 110 matches left to play in this campaign.
The LaLiga season will continue uninterrupted for the next six weeks until July 19th, the evolution of the pandemic in Spain with health authorities permitting. Thirty-nine days in a row with football basically every day, with matches at 19:30 and 22:00 CET (plus 13:00 and 17:00 CET on weekends).
Six weeks of consistent football with everything in LaLiga Santander still on the line. FC Barcelona and Real Madrid are fighting for the title, separated by just two points, the same gap that exists between the third and sixth-placed sides fighting for the European spots.
Meanwhile, a fierce battle is going on in the fight against relegation, with six teams in the drill.
A couple of world-class matches await us, including FC Barcelona vs Atletico de Madrid, Real Madrid vs Valencia CF, Sevilla FC vs FC Barcelona and Atletico de Madrid vs Real Sociedad.
The restart has been made possible largely because of the tireless work of LaLiga during the lockdown, in particular, the exhaustive and comprehensive protocol developed alongside the Spanish health authorities which allowed LaLiga clubs to return to training safely.