|First division||Day 17 (postponed games)||1/2 Feb|
|First division||Day 20||3-6 Feb|
|Club World Cup||Real Madrid v TBC||8 Feb|
|Champions League||Round of 16||14/15 Feb|
|Europa League||Play-off round||16 Feb|
|Conference League||Play-off round||16 Feb|
|Copa del Rey||Semi-finals, first leg||1/2 Mar|
More than two years into this so called “health crisis” and the nightmare goes on. What were once denounced as conspiracy theories are now coming true one by one, two weeks of restrictions to flatten the curve became two years and counting, massive coercion to force people to wear unhealthy masks and to take dodgy vaccines against what is now of little threat to most people, the introduction of health passports for travel and work, etc., all propagated by constant scaremongering from the authorities and a controlled mainstream press.
Those that believe it is all over should look at the facts. We are now seeing a high level of “unexplained” excess deaths and illnesses, rampant inflation, food shortages, "climate change" hysteria, mass immigration, the introduction of a cashless society with a credit score system, threats of war with Russia and/or China, and warnings of new deadly diseases from global institutions and governments that no longer have our interests at heart.
More and more people are becoming aware that this is all part of a “Great Reset”, a “New World Order”, with the principal goals of those promoting this the redistribution of wealth into the hands of the super-rich and the wrecking of global economies, the control of the population and, more frighteningly, a massive reduction in the world population. Don’t believe us? Just check out the WEF website – it’s all there.
For the time being though life goes on, and a new football season is upon us. One consequence of the past two years however is that financially-struggling Spanish clubs have been forced to “sell their souls” to opaque investment funds, with most clubs accepting deals to sell a part of their future broadcasting rights and other assets. It’s all part of the plan of course, but hey, now we can buy that centre forward we needed, or build the new stand! As usual, nobody considers the consequences in the long term – let someone else worry about that!
Anyway, as we mentioned two years ago, Soccer-Spain is just one of the tens of thousands of businesses in Spain which have been badly hit by all of this, but we have been keeping our site going on a minimalist basis (results, tables etc.), if only to try and shed a bit of light on what is going on, and to raise questions about things that don’t make sense. Our twitter link in particular has been retweeting stories and links to alternative sites in both English and Spanish so you can find out for yourself information that you won’t see in the mainstream press.
Some of you of course will not agree with us, but all we are asking is that you question what you are being told, look at alternative facts with an open mind, and decide for yourself. What has happened to us over the last two years is by no means normal and, if you connect the dots, we hope that you can see that is all part of a larger agenda. The more of us who become aware of this, the more the chance of pushing back and restoring some semblance of normality. We hope that these few words help with that.
Spain qualified for the finals, and will play Italy in the semi-finals in the Netherlands next June. (25.01.23)
Day 6: Portugal 0 - Spain 1
Day 5: Spain 0 - Switzerland 1
Day 4: Spain 2 - Germany 0
Day 3: Switzerland 0 - Czech Republic 1
Day 2: Czech Republic 2 - Spain 2
Day 1: Spain 1 - Portugal 1
European Super Cup: Real Madrid 2 - Eintracht Frankfurt 0
Winners 2022/23: Barcelona
Winners 2021/22: Real Madrid
Winners 2020/21: Athletic Bilbao
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|League champions||Real Madrid|
|Spanish cup winners||Betis|
|Promoted to the first division||Almería, Girona, Valladolid|
|Relegated to the second division A||Levante, Alavés, Granada|
|Promoted to the second division A||Albacete, Andorra, Racing Santander, Villarreal B|
|Relegated to the second division B||Alcorcón, Amorebieta, Fuenlabrada, Real Sociedad B|
|Champions League||Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atlético Madrid, Sevilla|
|Europa League||Betis, Real Sociedad|
|European Super Cup||Real Madrid|
|Club World Cup||Real Madrid|
|R Madrid||0-0||Real Soc|
|Villarreal||0-1||Rayo||Day 19 - 29 Jan|