La Liga Free Bets and other Offers
The top-tier in Spanish football is called La Liga, which in English just translates to 'the league'. It is right up there with the best in Europe, some would argue the best, although the success of the league has been down to two clubs in recent years, Barcelona and Real Madrid. They have multiple Champions League titles between them to show that not only can they dominate things in Spain, but they can do it on the European stage too. Those below them have had success in the Europa League too, and it is those clubs such as Atletico Madcrid and Sevilla that are tasked with trying to keep tabs on the top two and end their dominance.
When it comes to both watching and betting on La Liga, there are many fascinating storylines which make it one of the best leagues not only in Europe, but anywhere around the world. With a whole host of big name talent, some of the biggest football clubs in the world in terms of monetary value and history, and some of the most iconic stadiums in the world hosting the games, it is easy to see why La Liga is as popular as ever right now.
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Latest 2019/20 La Liga News
Top of the La Liga Table
|1 Real Madrid||22||14||7||1||49|
|6 Atletico Madrid||22||9||9||4||36|
Real Madrid Keep Three Point Lead
Real Madrid are still top of La Liga after they beat Atletico Madrid 1-0 at home. Benzema scored the winner in the second half and the result saw Atletico slip to sixth in the table. Two goals from Ansu Fati saw Barcleona to a 2-1 home win over Levante. Getafe moved up to third in the table after a 2-0 away win at Athletic Bilbao with a goal in each half.
Sevilla are fourth in the table, they had to come from behind to get a 2-1 home win over Alaves. Valencia are two points behind fourth, they beat relegation-threatened Celta Vigo 1-0, the winner coming 13 minutes from time.
La Liga Betting Offers
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Risk Free 20 Football
New Paddy Power customers can receive their stake back in cash up to a maximum of £20 if their first qualifying bet on the sportsbook is a loser.
New customers only, limited to one per person. If you’ve previously had a Paddy Power account, you will not qualify for the offer. Place your first bet on any Sportsbook market and if it loses we will refund your stake in CASH. Max refund for this offer is £/€20. Only deposits made using Cards or Paypal will qualify for this promotion. T&Cs apply.
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Bet365 - Full Time Result - Enhanced Prices
This Bet365 offer gives you the option of taking an enhanced price on the full time result of a game for selected matches only applies to games being played in the English competitions, Champions League and Europa League.
If one selection in a qualifying acca lets you down, you'll receive a refund up to £10.
Place a pre-event football acca which has at least five legs and combined odds of minimum 4/1. Must be match betting or both teams to score and from list of qualifying leagues. If one selection lets you down, stake refunded up to £10, valid for three days. Full T&Cs apply.
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Euro Soccer Bonus
Bet365 customers can receive a bonus of up to 70% on accumulators involving teams from selected European league and cup events.
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How to Claim My La Liga Free Bet?
After making the decision that you would like to start betting on La Liga, the next thing you need to do is choose a bookmaker. To get started, simply press on any of the links and banners that are on the FREEBets.org.uk website to visit the one you want. Registering with a bookmaker is easy, and after this is complete you can then make your first deposit into the account.
Then after that has done, and you have claimed your free bet, it is time to explore the website and choose which of the La Liga markets you would like to use. The Spanish top-flight is one of the most popular leagues in the world with fans, which means that betting on the league is also very popular. Due to this, you will have a rich list of betting markets to choose from when you are placing your La Liga free bet.
The biggest games of the season in Spain involve top clubs such as Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, so if you want to use your free bet on one of the big games then look out for these taking place. The El Classico fixture between Barcelona and Real Madrid is the biggest game in Spain, hotly contested each season and a game that means a huge amount to the fans of each team.
When it comes to which betting market to use on a game, we have a section below dedicated to this which will help you out if you are having any problems choosing how to bet, or if you are looking to bet in a completely new way that you have never done before.
What are the Most Popular La Liga Betting Markets?
The choice of betting markets on offer for those who wish to bet on La Liga is fantastic, you will find yourself loooking at hundreds of different betting markets you can use on each game that takes place in the league. Unlike many other top leagues around the world, La Liga doesn't really have a main game day, with what is usually a fairly equal spread of games across both Saturday and Sunday, with the odd game taking place on Friday and Monday nights. This means the league is not ideal for placing accumulators, unless you are happy to spread your bet across two days of action, but many prefer their games to all be on the same day.
One thing we do have in La Liga is a lot of different kick off times becasue a lot of games are covered by TV channels around the world. This type of schedule is perfect for those who like to bet on singles in games they are watching, with La Liga you get plenty of chances to do this over the weekend. If it's singles you are looking for, here are two popular betting markets for placing singles in La Liga.
Correct Score Betting
One of the most popular ways of having a single bet on a football game is ideal for La Liga. In most cases, backing a team to win a game would result in a pretty poor price on your selection, with little value. However, if its a better price you are after then this is the kind of market you need to be looking at using. The correct score market is as simple as it sounds, you place a bet on what you think the score will end in the game. Whether it is backing the big clubs like Barcelona and Real Madrid to win convincingly 4-0 or 5-0, or you instead turn your attention to the tighter games and back a narrow win, there is plenty to do here.
Stats Betting - Corners, Cards & Goals
Stats betting is becoming increasingly popular with punters, but at the moment it is only really suited to being used when betting on a big league. Luckily that is exactly what La Liga is, giving those who love stats and researching stats an angle into the upcoming games in Spain. This type of betting is all about stats, although it covers corners, cards and goals. Research as in depth as you like, there is plenty of information out there on the internet about these parts of a game. Then you can put together teams that look good and bet the outcome that the stats point to.
For example, teams that have players prone to receiving yellow cards combined with a referee who dishes out a lot of cards per game on average is the perfect recipe for a bet on plenty of cards. Look for trends when it comes to corners and goals too, these have historic data available so you can bet according to what has happened in the past.
While this isn't guaranteed to happen again, researching the stats behind your selections will make you feel a lot more comfortable about what you are betting on, giving you a genuine reason rather than just a hunch as to why you should be placing your bets on these outcomes.
Who are the Current La Liga Teams?
- Athletic Bilbao
- Atletico Madrid
- Celta Vigo
- Real Betis
- Real Madrid
- Real Sociedad
La Liga stats & Figures:
- Eibar's Ipurua stadium has a capacity of 7,083. Only five teams in England's League Two have a lower capacity than that.
- The oldest footballer to debut in Spain's La Liga was actually an Englishman. Former Spurs and Fulham defender Harry Lowe (born in 1886) was an impressive 48 years and 226 days old when he played his first and last match for Basque side Real Sociedad.
- Alfredo Di Stéfano - the sixth highest goalscorer in La Liga history - was part of one of the weirdest transfers of all time. Barcelona had a deal for the Argentinian seemingly wrapped up when Spain’s football federation intervened at the last minute and vetoed the transfer. The Royal Spanish Football Association would then suggest Di Stefano played alternating years at Barcelona and Real Madrid, but. predictably, Barça’s board rejected the move and Di Stefano subsequently moved to Madrid. It's rumoured that political influences pressured the football authorities to bring the player to Madrid.
- Back in 2014, according to Deloitte’s 2014 Football Money League, Real Madrid were the richest club in the world with revenues of €519 million, while Barcelona were second with €483 million. The next Spanish club on the list was at number 20: Atlético Madrid with revenues of €120 million, showing the incredible gap between the the El Classico sides and the rest of Spain commercially.