When is El Clásico? El Clásico dates for 2018
It’s the biggest rivalry in Spanish football and likely the greatest domestic rivalry in world football. Barcelona vs. Real Madrid is always must-watch television. Here’s the date for the next Clásico:
May 6th, 2018: Barcelona vs. Real Madrid (Camp Nou)
To watch El Clásico and other La Liga games, here are the stream options:
Stream La Liga games on beIN SPORTS (USA)
If you prefer a North American approach to Spanish “soccer”, beIN SPORTS is the broadcaster for you. Lucky for you, watching on beIN is pretty easy when you have a VPN:
- Get ExpressVPN
- Connect to one of 20 U.S. ExpressVPN servers
- Sign in at www.beinsports.com (A subscription may be required)
- Get ready for kick-off!
Watch La Liga live on Sky Sports (UK)
For football fans in the UK, Sky Sports is your gateway to enjoying the La Liga action.
Here’s how to stream Sky Sports’ Liga broadcasts with a VPN:
- Download ExpressVPN on your devices
- Connect to a UK ExpressVPN server
- Sign in at www.skysports.com/watch (You’ll need a Sky Sports subscription or NowTV pass)
- Start watching!
Watch La Liga streams with beIN Sports (Australia)
Footy fans from Down Under can enjoy La Liga matches with beIN Sports:
- Get ExpressVPN
- Connect to an Australian server location
- Head to http://www.beinsports.com/au/
When are the best times to see La Liga games live?
Spanish football fans like a late kick-off. Some of the biggest televised matches start at 9.05pm Central European Time (CET) and don’t finish until 11pm.
But the whole weekend is good for watching La Liga. Typical kick-off times are:
- Saturdays at 11am, 3pm, 5.15pm, 7.30pm, and 9.05pm
- Sundays at 11am, 3pm, 5.15pm, and 7.30pm
- Weeknights at various times from 7pm to 9pm (all times are CET)
Check the listings on your preferred sports service to find live match times.
Of course, you’ll only find games during the football season. The 2017/18 La Liga season started on August 19, 2017 and ends on May 21, 2018.
Will Barcelona win La Liga?
Real Madrid enjoyed a remarkable 2016-17 season, capped with La Liga and Champions League titles. However, rivals Barcelona are now running away with the league, courtesy of some #messimagic.
With the domestic title gone, Los Blancos are chasing for a top-3 finish. It may look dismal for the Galacticos (domestically), but don’t think Cristiano Ronaldo will throw in the towel just yet — the Portuguese superstar is finding the back of the net at an astounding rate, and will gunning for at least a Pichichi Trophy.
Leave your predictions below and tune in with a VPN to catch every sensational goal!