2020/21 season. The new season is scheduled to begin on the weekend of 13-16 August, and end on 22 May.
Kick-off times are usually not confirmed until three or four weeks before the matches take place, and once known the details will be published on this page. However, these are liable to change at short notice and we strongly recommend you check with the club if you are hoping to attend a game.
As in previous seasons, first division kick-off times are being spaced out so that as a general rule no two matches coincide. A special timetable has been devised for August in order to avoid the intense heat, but as from September there will normally be one match on Friday night, with four games spaced out between 2.00 p.m. and 9.00 p.m. on Saturday, four more on Sunday between 2.00 p.m. and 9.00 p.m., and one on Monday. Second division matches are mainly scheduled for Saturday or Sunday afternoon, but can take place any time between Friday and Monday.
During the last two weekends of the season, all games with anything at stake will be scheduled to take place at the same time. Definitive kick-off times will not therefore be set for those fixtures until closer to the date.
|Sun 4 Jun||18:30|| Mallorca v Rayo Vallecano
Osasuna v Girona
Real Madrid v Athletic Bilbao
Real Sociedad v Sevilla
Villarreal v Atlético Madrid
|21:00|| Betis v Valencia
Celta v Barcelona
Elche v Cádiz
Espanyol v Almería
Valladolid v Getafe
|Fri 26 May||21:00||Zaragoza v Tenerife|
|Sat 27 May||16:15||Andorra v Villarreal B
Burgos v Lugo
|18:30||Albacete v Mirandés
Málaga v Ibiza
|Las Palmas v Alavés|
|21:00|| Granada v Leganés
Huesca v Eibar
Levante v Oviedo
|Sun 28 May||16:15||Racing Santander v Cartagena
Sporting Gijón v Ponferradina
TBC - to be confirmed
All the times shown are CET, except where stated for the Canary Islands, where local time is one hour before CET.