Thursday, July 3, 2014
On July 24th and 25th this year, the traditional summer meeting of the Royal Spanish Football Federation will take place.
Spanish League Table for 2014-15 season. The City of Football will be the host to the General Meeting of the Royal Spanish Football Federation where, among other things, the Liga BBVA Table for the 2014-2015 season will be made known. The Liga BBVA Schedule is important to many football fans. It is in many respects what sets most of their personal schedule. Knowing in which days your team plays in the stadium, preparing for a trip or starting to get tickets for some event are factors that many fans start to arrange immediately after the schedule is drawn.
Clearly, the Liga BBVA teams also adapt their preparation according to this schedule: it is not the same for a team to face a squad like Barça or Real Madrid in the firsts rounds, than facing them in the final rounds. Nor is it the same having first the classic FC Barcelona – Real Madrid at Camp Nou or at Santiago Bernabéu. In addition, obviously, all the teams start to arrange their logistics in order to make the team members comfortable, adapt training sessions, trips, etc.
In other words, the schedule draw is an event that has repercussions and, as such, other leagues such as the Premier League treat it accordingly. Thus, according to the progress made a few weeks ago by the Professional Football League, we already have a glimpse of what those dates will be: the Spanish Liga BBVA will open the weekend of August 23rd and 24th, ending on the weekend of May 23rd and 24th: precisely 9 months of football and passion that will serve to check if Atlético de Madrid is capable of defending the Liga title it obtained last season before the two great Spanish football teams: FC Barcelona and Real Madrid.
In addition to the typical two-week Christmas holiday, there will also be several weekends with no Liga matches due to the commitments of the national football teams. Another known detail is that there will be three matches during the week (September 24th, April 8th and April 29th).
So, the fans will have to wait for a few days before they can find out when the debut of their teams will be, a question that will be answered on July 24th and which will mean that it is an open season for the most anxious fans when it comes to buying tickets or planning their holidays based on the football season.
Another important football event in Spain is the final of the Copa del Rey, the Spanish Cup, the date of which is for now set for Saturday May 30th. This could be a nice celebration for the closing of the football season, especially for the two teams that get to that final.
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