Kick-Off Times

2015/16 season. The new season begins on the weekend of 21-23 August and will end for first division clubs on 15 May 2016. The second division fixtures will go on for another month, with the play-off finals ending 19 June.

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 (see link above) 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 4.00 p.m. and 10.00 p.m. on Saturday, and four more on Sunday between mid-day and 9.00 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.

N.B. During the last two weekends of the season, all games with anything at stake will be scheduled to take place at the same time. The first division day 37 matches will provisionally take place at 17:00 on Sunday 8th May, and the day 38 fixtures where there is something to play for have been scheduled for Saturday 14th May.

First division - day 37
Sun 8 May 16:00
(local time)
Las Palmas v Athletic Bilbao
  17:00 Barcelona v Espanyol
Celta v Málaga
Eibar v Betis
Getafe v Sporting Gijón
Levante v Atlético Madrid
Real Madrid v Valencia
Real Sociedad v Rayo Vallecano
Sevilla v Granada
Villarreal v Deportivo

First division - day 38
13-15 May TBC Athletic Bilbao v Sevilla
Atlético Madrid v Celta
Betis v Getafe
Deportivo v Real Madrid
Espanyol v Eibar
Granada v Barcelona
Málaga v Las Palmas
Rayo Vallecano v Levante
Sporting Gijón v Villarreal
Valencia v Real Sociedad


Second division A - day 37
Sat 7 May 18:00 Almería v Gimnàstic
Llagostera v Oviedo
Lugo v Alcorcón
Osasuna v Ponferradina
(local time)
Tenerife v Elche
Sun 8 May 12:00 Alavés v Valladolid
  20:00 Albacete v Mallorca
Córdoba v Girona
Leganés v Numancia
Mirandés v Huesca
Zaragoza v Bilbao Athletic

Second division A - day 38
Sat 14 May 18:00 Mallorca v Tenerife
Numancia v Zaragoza
Valladolid v Albacete
  20:15 Oviedo v Mirandés
Sun 15 May 12:00 Gimnàstic v Leganés
  17:00 Bilbao Athletic v Osasuna
Elche v Girona
Huesca v Almería
Llagostera v Córdoba
Ponferradina v Lugo
  19:15 Alcorcón v Alavés

Second division A - day 39
Sat 21 May 17:00
(local time)
Tenerife v Valladolid
  18:00 Albacete v Alcorcón
Córdoba v Elche
Girona v Mallorca
20:15 Leganés v Huesca
Sun 22 May 12:00 Zaragoza v Gimnàstic
  17:00 Alavés v Ponferradina
Lugo v Bilbao Athletic
Mirandés v Llagostera
Osasuna v Numancia
19:15 Almería v Oviedo

Second division A - day 40
Tue 24 May 20:30 Alcorcón v Tenerife
Mallorca v Elche
Valladolid v Girona
Wed 25May 20:30 Gimnàstic v Osasuna
Llagostera v Almería
Mirandés v Córdoba
Numancia v Lugo
Ponferradina v Albacete
Thu 26 May 20:00 Bilbao Athletic v Alavés
Huesca v Zaragoza
  21:00 Oviedo v Leganés

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.