For the first time, LaLiga is celebrating five Christmas days during the season. The campaign has more than 50 activations spread across 30 countries. Some of the highlights of the campaign include performances in different continents, vinyls in the streets, projections on iconic buildings all over the world, raffles and social media events. This year, fans can expect to see 21 matches between December 29 and January 6 to enjoy the festive spirit in a new way.
The schedule will be jam-packed with a series of matches that feature the top teams in Spain. FC Barcelona and Real Madrid will face each other on December 20, 23 and 30. Valencia will host Real Madrid, which will be played on January 3 and 10. There will be some derbies to look forward to too, such as the Gran Derby between Atletico de Madrid and Valencia. During this time, La Liga will be a good chance to celebrate the season with a festive atmosphere.
During the Christmas break, most of continental Europe takes a break, but La Liga players will still have plenty to look forward to. This season, Real Madrid are currently top of the table. They have played fewer games than Barcelona, but have already won the Fifa Club World Cup. They are also currently unbeaten in 37 games. The break will allow teams to concentrate on other pressing matters, including the festive season. There are many exciting matches in the schedule, so be sure to check out a few of them.
The Spanish campaign typically takes a break over Christmas. However, this year, La Liga is planning to start the season in September instead of December. This will allow clubs to focus on end-of-season analysis. This season, Real Madrid are expected to retain the title despite playing fewer matches than Barcelona. Despite the fact that the latter won the Fifa Club World Cup, Real Madrid have remained unbeaten in 37 games in all competitions.
Traditionally, the Spanish football season has been dominated by European teams. The Premier League is no different. Throughout the season, there are many games scheduled between top teams. During Christmas, the Premier League will be taking its first winter break in its history. In addition to its holiday break, the Premier League will also take a break in December and January. This break will help the league prepare for the Qatar World Cup in 2020.
In the Spanish league, the season lasts from August to May. A team plays twice against another club. A win earns three points while a draw results in a loss. In the competition, the highest-ranked club is declared the champion. A tie is broken by the goal difference between two clubs or by a neutral stadium match. If the two teams have the same number of points, then they are considered equal. So, the winner will get three or four points.
In the French league, both teams are playing until Wednesday, Dec. 23. Then, they will take a break of 10 days to rest. The next games will be played on Jan. 2 and Jan. 17. The Germans have traditionally had a lengthy winter break and are also two of the few leagues with a Christmas holiday. During the season, they will play seven matches a day. The Serie A season is still underway.
In the Italian league, the last season ended in a draw, but the season has just begun. In the Spanish league, there are four rounds of the Coppa Italia and seven matchdays in the regular season. The Bundesiga, on the other hand, has a long winter break every year. In the current campaign, the Bundesliga has played until the weekend of Dec. 21. In this year, there are no matches.
In the French league, the La Liga Christmas award will be presented to the most outstanding player and manager during the season. The winner will be announced on Jan. 4 and will be announced during the season’s Christmas festivities. The trophy will be presented to the best player in the league. The winners will receive trophies and other prizes. While the season is long, the league’s awards are usually presented during the Christmas break. The winner of the league will be the club with the most points for the month.