2019 Schedule

All times ET

2019 Schedule
11th in Spanish Segunda División
Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC via Getty Images
2yESPN

Remy returns to France to sign with Lille

Loic Remy has signed a two-year contract with Nice, the club announced on Friday, marking the forward's return to France after five years abroad.

EPA/Angel Medina
2yPA Sport

Bale carries Real Madrid as Ronaldo rests

Gareth Bale scored twice as Real Madrid warmed up for their Champions League clash against Juventus with a 3-0 win at struggling Las Palmas.

RAPHAEL ALVES/AFP/Getty Images
2yDami Ugbane, KweséESPN

Grading La Liga's Super Eagles so far this term

How have Nigeria's recent arrivals in Spain's top flight fared during their first weeks in La Liga, and could any yet make the World Cup?

Juan Manuel Serrano Arce/Getty Images
2yAdriana Garcia

Las Palmas won't sign Nasri, free agent

Las Palmas will not sign Samir Nasri or any other free agent to replace the departed Jonathan Viera, coach Paco Jemez said.

Mustafa Ciftci/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
2yAdriana Garcia

Las Palmas permitted to sign free agent

Las Palmas have been given approval by the Spanish FA and La Liga to sign a free agent following Jonathan Viera's departure to Beijing Guoan.

Juan Manuel Serrano Arce/Getty Images
2yAdriana Garcia

Las Palmas sell Viera to Beijing Guoan

Las Palmas have sold Spanish winger Jonathan Viera to Chinese Super League side Beijing Guoan, the La Liga club announced on Monday afternoon.

fotopress/Getty Images
2ySam Marsden

Las Palmas cancel Samper loan agreement

Samper suffered a fractured fibula and ruptured ankle ligaments during his second league appearance of the season against Eibar.

Quality Sport Images/Getty Images
2yESPN staff

Griezmann nets as Atleti beat Las Palmas

Antoine Griezmann, Fernando Torres and Thomas Partey were on target as Atletico Madrid were made to work for Sunday's 3-0 win over lowly Las Palmas.

Photo by Power Sport Images/Getty Images
3yAdriana Garcia

Ayestaran leaves struggling Las Palmas

Struggling Las Palmas have fired coach Pako Ayestaran following Wednesday's 3-2 home defeat to Deportivo in the Copa del Rey.

2019-20 Seg Standings

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Cádiz4019129+1369
Huesca4019714+964
Real Zaragoza40171112+862
Almeria39161211+1960
Girona40161212+660
Fuenlabrada40141511+657
Rayo Vallecano3912207+1056
Elche39141312+755
Tenerife39141213+654
Mirandes40121711-453
Las Palmas40131413-153
AD Alcorcon39121710+253
Sporting Gijón39131214+451
Real Oviedo40121414-450
Málaga39101910+149
Ponferradina40111514-548
Deportivo La Coruña40111514-1748
Numancia40121117-647
Lugo40101614-1346
Albacete39111315-1246
Extremadura UD4091318-1440
Racing Santander4051817-1533