Unibet AU Spanish La Liga
Away from the English Premier League, Spain’s La Liga is arguably the most popular top flight division in world football. It certainly carries the best players and, in Real Madrid, they have the most successful side in the history of European club competitions. As we will see later, Real’s big rivals are the great Barcelona but there are 20 teams fighting their own battles in La Liga.
Bet on and Watch La Liga Online
At Unibet, customers can watch the action live online via our streaming service and they can enjoy a host of betting markets. Hundreds of pre-match betting options exist and those picks continue into the live sportsbook.
Betting on Mobile
Betting on the go is more than useful for those who want to get involved in those live markets. Mobile betting offers flexibility and, of course, it can be used for pre-match options too.
At Unibet, our sportsbook is available on mobile devices, either via our mobile website or sportsbook app. Combined with Unibet TV, you will never need to miss out, no matter where you happen to be.
The 2019/20 La Liga season was the 89th edition of this top division and, over the course of the previous 88 years, Barcelona and Real Madrid have dominated. The pair have won no fewer than 59 national championships with Real claiming 33 and Barca 26.
The two teams are great rivals and, when they come together on the football pitch, the game is appropriately referred to as El Clasico. Barca and Real first met in 1902 and their matches are the most highly anticipated of the entire Spanish season. Betting on the Unibet sportsbook intensifies whenever El Clasico comes into view and, of course, Unibet TV simply has to make sure that the game is at the forefront of our live streaming coverage.
La Liga Relegation Betting
Because the battle for the La Liga title can often be a two-way fight between the giants of Spanish football, a number of our customers like to look for alternative betting options. One of the more popular long term bets on our sportsbook relates to relegation and the battle to avoid the drop into the second tier.
In the current format, three of the 20 teams are relegated so there are a number of slots to fill and this tends to be a more open market than the race to the La Liga title.
The crucial relegation matches will be picked up by Unibet TV so customers can watch the drama all the way through to the final deciders. Other long term markets exist but the open nature of the La Liga relegation battle makes this a popular pick.
Great Goals, Incredible Players and Unforgettable Moments
In recent seasons, El Clasico has been highlighted by an individual battle between two of the greatest players to have ever graced the game. Lionel Messi for Barcelona and Cristiano Ronaldo for Real Madrid were the men to watch and they often provided the winning moment in pivotal games.
Ronaldo left for Juventus in 2018 but he left an indelible mark on La Liga. In 438 games for Real, CR7 returned a scarcely believable record of 450 goals. As for his rival, Leo Messi has been a one-club man up to this point and he has comfortably passed the 600 goal mark for Barcelona.
Those are incredible stats and it’s clear that these two are up there with the world’s best but La Liga also showcases major footballing talent from across the world. In the present day, the likes of Luka Modric, Gareth Bale, Diego Costa, Luis Suarez and Antoine Griezmann are among the best players in the division.
La Liga has given us some golden moments over the years but which was the best match of all time? Opinion is naturally divided but many fans point to the game between Real Madrid and Barcelona in 2014. This version of El Clasico had everything including a red card for Real, a hat trick from Messi and a brilliant comeback that allowed Barcelona to snatch a 4-3 victory late on.
The future will bring more golden moments from La Liga and Unibet TV is there to make sure you don’t miss out.