Kick-Off Times

2017/18 season. The new season is scheduled to begin on the weekend of 19-20 August, with the first division ending on 20 May, and the second division going on a month longer.


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.

Match tickets are also on sale from our Ticket Office as and when they become available.

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 and one on Monday, with four games spaced out between 1.00 p.m. and 8.30 p.m. on Saturday, and four more on Sunday between mid-day and 8.30 p.m. Only one match will be shown on an open TV programme, with a national channel usually broadcasting one fixture between two of the lesser ranked teams at some point over the weekend. All the rest will be shown on Pay Per View channels. Second division matches are mainly scheduled for Saturday or Sunday afternoon, but can take place any time between Friday and Monday.

First division - day 24
Fri 15 Feb 21:00 Eibar v Getafe
Sat 16 Feb 13:00 Celta v Levante
  16:15 Rayo Vallecano v Atlético Madrid
  18:30 Real Sociedad v Leganés
  20:45 Barcelona v Valladolid
Sun 17 Feb 12:00 Real Madrid v Girona
  16:15 Valencia v Espanyol
  18:30 Villarreal v Sevilla
  20:45 Betis v Alavés
Mon 18 Feb 21:00 Huesca v Athletic Bilbao

First division - day 25
Fri 22 Feb 21:00 Espanyol v Huesca
Sat 23 Feb 13:00 Getafe v Rayo Vallecano
  16:15 Sevilla v Barcelona
  18:30 Alavés v Celta
  20:45 Athletic Bilbao v Eibar
Sun 24 Feb 12:00 Leganés v Valencia
  16:15 Atlético Madrid v Villarreal
  18:30 Valladolid v Betis
  20:45 Levante v Real Madrid
Mon 25 Feb 21:00 Girona v Real Sociedad

First division - day 26
Fri 1 Mar 21:00 Rayo Vallecano v Girona
Sat 2 Mar 13:00 Espanyol v Valladolid
  16:15 Villarreal v Alavés
  18:30 Huesca v Sevilla
  20:45 Real Madrid v Barcelona
Sun 3 Mar 12:00 Eibar v Celta
  16:15 Betis v Getafe
  18:30 Real Sociedad v Atlético Madrid
  20:45 Valencia v Athletic Bilbao
Mon 4 Mar 21:00 Leganés v Levante

Second division A - day 26
Fri 15 Feb 21:00 Córdoba v Granada
Sat 16 Feb 16:00 Deportivo v Nàstic
  18:00 Elche v Extremadura
Zaragoza v Albacete
  20:00 Oviedo v Alcorcón
  20:30 Cádiz v Tenerife
Sun 17 Feb 12:00 Mallorca v Lugo
  16:00 Numancia v Osasuna
  18:00 Rayo Majadahonda v Málaga
  19:30
(local time)
Las Palmas v Sporting Gijón
  * Reus* v Almería

Second division A - day 27
Fri 22 Feb 19:00
(local time)
Tenerife v Mallorca
Sat 23 Feb 16:00 Albacete v Oviedo
  18:00 Nàstic v Cádiz
  20:00 Alcorcón v Las Palmas
  20:30 Osasuna v Zaragoza
Sun 24 Feb 12:00 Sporting Gijón v Rayo Majadahonda
  16:00 Almería v Córdoba
  18:00 Lugo v Elche
Málaga v Deportivo
  20:00 Extremadura v Numancia
  * Granada v Reus*

Second division A - day 28
Sat 2 Mar 16:00 Cádiz v Albacete
  18:00 Córdoba v Málaga
Osasuna v Nàstic
Sun 3 Mar 12:00 Mallorca v Elche
  16:00 Numancia v Sporting Gijón
  18:00 Oviedo v Lugo
Rayo Majadahonda v Granada
  19:00
(local time)
Las Palmas v Extremadura
  20:30 Zaragoza v Almería
Mon 4 Mar 21:00 Deportivo v Alcorcón
  * Reus* v Tenerife

* Reus have been excluded from the second division due to financial problems, and their opponents for every match from the midpoint of the season will be awarded a 1-0 victory.

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.