2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
16-8-3, 2nd in Spanish Primera División
Alphonso Davies reveals which 3 players would beat him in a race (2:13)
2d
ESPN FC's best quarantine hair contest (5:03)
2d
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3dAlex Kirkland

Madrid's Bale: Why is playing golf a problem?

Gareth Bale has said he does not understand the criticism he's received for playing golf -- adding that his hobby helps him perform on the pitch.

Marcelo shows off his incredible first touch (0:21)
4d
Hislop believes squad depth will be the decider of La Liga title (0:58)
5d
Hislop likes Haaland over Kane for Real Madrid (1:32)
5d
Is Dortmund's Gio Reyna already a Real Madrid transfer target? (1:19)
6d
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7dSam Marsden

90% of refs support Madrid, 10% Barca - ex-ref

Former referee Eduardo Iturralde Gonzalez claimed 90% of match officials in Spain support Real Madrid and the other 10% lean towards Barcelona.

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9dAlex Kirkland

Ronaldo better than Cristiano, Messi - R. Carlos

Roberto Carlos has said former Real Madrid and Brazil teammate Ronaldo is the best player of all-time -- above Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

Courtois can't wait to keep fighting for La Liga title (0:39)
9d
La Liga to play a game every single day (1:17)
10d
Kroos rules out Premier League move because of physicality (1:29)
10d
The ESPN FC Quiz: Messi-Ronaldo edition (4:54)
10d
Haaland rumours return: Is he better for Real Madrid or Barca? (2:24)
11d
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11dAssociated Press

Barca, Real get green light to ramp up training

Teams such as Real Madrid and Barcelona have been given the go-ahead by authorities to move into the second phase of training.

On This Day: Zidane scores sensational volley in UCL final (2:55)
13d
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13dAlex Kirkland

Kroos: 'I can't imagine' moving to Premier League

Toni Kroos has said he wants to stay at Real Madrid for at least another three years, and "can't imagine" a move to the Premier League after that.

RankingsSpanish Primera División

Goal Difference302nd
Goals Scored492nd
Assists382nd
Goals Conceded191st