The return of La Liga was already announced, and they have also divulged a few more details on the schedule of the league. The president of LaLiga has announced in an interview with El Partidazo that it will be played every day of the week. In addition, it has made public the schedules of the matches that will be played during the first and second day.
Among the news announced by the president of LaLiga is the official communication of the schedules for the first and second day and also the fact of confirming that there will be three-time slots, which may be modified depending on the weather conditions, especially in the event that temperatures are very high.
La Liga Schedule (Madrid Time +2:00)
Monday to Friday
7:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday:
5:00 p.m., 7:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.
In total, it is expected that more than 40 games will be played each week between LaLiga Santander and LaLiga SmartBank.
La Liga will return on June 11 with the match between Sevilla and Real Betis, before table-toppers Barcelona get their season back against Real Mallorca on Saturday. Real Madrid will play against Eibar in the capital, 24 hours after their rivals and will aim to keep up the chase for top-place in La Liga.
Aplauso Infinito at 20th Minute
In addition to the schedules, Tebas has released Aplauso Infinito, an initiative that seeks to involve fans of LaLiga clubs around the world, to pay tribute to the heroes who have helped in this health crisis and to those who continue to do so. The Infinite Applause initiative seeks that in the 20th minute of each game, the applause of all the fans of the world in the stadiums is heard.
To achieve this, he has created the web aplausoinfinito.es, where fans from around the world can share their applause for his club and all the heroes of COVID-19. Once all the sounds have been collected, a unique piece will be created that will be played in the stadiums in the game 20 ‘. These applauses will help build a memorial to the effort and dedication of everyone in the pandemic.
The fans complete football from the stands and now that they cannot be there, due to reasons of force majeure, we have created this initiative, to make them participate in the return of the competition as far as possible and so that they can transfer their support to the heroes of COVID-19. We want them to feel close to their clubs, even if they cannot be in the stadiums cheering at the moment. And, in this way, the players also feel the support of their fans.Javier Tebas, President of LaLiga