Spanish LaLiga

ESPN has unveiled its English- and Spanish-language studio talent for the network's upcoming United States media rights deal with LaLiga, which kicks off on August 13

Forming part of the league’s expansive technology offering, the sports data and analysis platform is benefiting a range of stakeholders, including clubs, media partners and fans.

Chinese company Global Dynamic Media (GDM) has secured a five-year deal for licensing rights to produce LaLiga-themed products

The opening weekend of the United States media rights deal between ESPN and LaLiga will be highlighted by the FC Barcelona v Real Sociedad match on August 15 being showcased on the main ABC network

Indian media group Viacom 18 has secured exclusive linear and digital media rights to broadcast Spain's LaLiga from 2021-22 to 2023-24 in the Indian subcontinent

A decline of matchday income brought on by the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic has led to a 65-per-cent decline in profits for clubs in Spain’s top-flight La Liga Santander and second-tier La Liga Smart B…

Boris Gartner and Danny SiIlman, chief executives of LaLiga North America and Relevent Sports, respectively, tell SportBusiness how their joint venture partnership has transformed LaLiga's presence and commercial fortunes in North America in just three years

Spain’s LaLiga has announced the appointment of Óscar Mayo Pardo as its executive director.

Pay-television broadcaster A1 Bulgaria will continue to broadcast Spanish football’s LaLiga for at least another five seasons after securing a new rights deal.

Pay-television broadcaster Digi Sport has secured the rights to broadcast LaLiga in Romania for the three seasons from 2021-22 to 2023-24

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports and Spain's LaLiga have announced a new deal for broadcast rights in France for the next three seasons

Subscription sports streaming broadcaster DAZN has retained rights in Germany and Austria to Spanish football’s LaLiga until the end of the 2025-26 season.

ESPN and LaLiga have finalized a wide-ranging long-term media rights deal that will make streaming service ESPN+ the principal English- and Spanish-language home for Spain's top-flight soccer league in…

Spanish football’s LaLiga is expected to announce a major broadcast deal with Disney’s ESPN that will come into force next season.

Nova, the Greek pay-television broadcaster now owned by United Media Group, has acquired rights to Spanish football’s LaLiga from next season onwards, replacing rival Cosmote.

Spain’s LaLiga has emerged victorious in a legal battle with Real Madrid after the reigning Spanish champions challenged the league body’s authority to commercialise broadcast rights.

LaLiga president Javier Tebas has suggested that the clubs involved in the European Super League proposals should focus on controlling their expenses as opposed to fixating on generating more revenues