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La Liga is the first league in Spain and is considered one of the most significant leagues in the world. The La Liga consists of 20 teams. The top 4 will be placed into the Champions League.

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Which La Liga team data can you show?

With the Sportmonks Football API, you will get access to many data. You can show your users exactly which ones are interesting for them. We will showcase some of the La Liga statistics you can choose:

Display full La Liga team squads
You can create a separate page which will showcase the La Liga team squads with all the players
La Liga schedules
Every football fan wants to know when their team is playing. Sportmonks will help you provide them with the schedules.
La Liga top scorer
With Sportmonks, you can create top scorer list(s). This can be filtered on goals, assists, cards and more!
La Liga standings
At the end of the season, only one thing matters: where did my team finish? You can show your users the La Liga standings.


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La Liga team data examples

With the Sportmonks API, there are a lot of possibilities. We want to show you what a possible response from the API for La Liga team data could look like. On the right, you can see an example from our API.


    "data": [
            "id": 3477,
            "sport_id": 1,
            "country_id": 32,
            "venue_id": 2028,
            "gender": "male",
            "name": "Villarreal",
            "short_code": "VIL",
            "image_path": "",
            "founded": 1923,
            "type": "domestic",
            "placeholder": false,
            "last_played_at": "2023-04-30 14:15:00"
            "id": 3468,
            "sport_id": 1,
            "country_id": 32,
            "venue_id": 2020,
            "gender": "male",
            "name": "Real Madrid",
            "short_code": "RMA",
            "image_path": "",
            "founded": 1902,
            "type": "domestic",
            "placeholder": false,
            "last_played_at": "2023-04-29 16:30:00"
            "id": 485,
            "sport_id": 1,
            "country_id": 32,
            "venue_id": 68,
            "gender": "male",
            "name": "Real Betis",
            "short_code": "BET",
            "image_path": "",
            "founded": 1907,
            "type": "domestic",
            "placeholder": false,
            "last_played_at": "2023-04-29 19:00:00"


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  • All La Liga team squads
  • La Liga winners
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  • Match formations and lineups
  • (Live) standings
  • (Live) odds and predictions
  • All La Liga top scorers
  • Coach and referee statistics
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The La Liga team data

Real Madrid
is also known as Los Blancos or Galácticos. The La Liga team was founded in 1902 and is located in Madrid. The home games are being played in the Santiago Bernabéu, which has a capacity of 81,004. Raúl has the most appearances for the club, with 741 matches played. Cristiano Ronaldo is the all-time top scorer of Real Madrid with 450 goals scored and is seen as one of the best players to ever play for a La Liga team.

FC Barcelona
was founded in 1899. Camp Nou is the home ground where 99,354 supporters can watch the home games, making it the biggest stadium of all La Liga teams. Lionel Messi is the player with the most official games played for the club (778). He is the all-time top scorer as well, with 643 goals for FC Barcelona, making him one of the best players to ever play for a La Liga team

Sevilla FC
was founded in 1890, making it one of the oldest La Liga teams. The home matches are being played in Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, with a capacity of 42,714. Jesús Navas has played most matches for the club. Campanal is the all-time top scorer with 218 goals for Sevilla.

Atlético Madrid
is also known as Colchoneros, which means Mattress Makers. The club was founded in 1903 and is located in Madrid. Therefore, the club developed a rivalry with Real. Wanda Metropolitano is the home ground of Atlético. It has a capacity of 68,456, making it one of the biggest stadiums from all La Liga teams Adelardo Rodriguez has the most appearances with 553 matches played. However, Koke is closing in on him with 542 matches played at the time of writing. Luis Aragonés is the all-time top scorer with 172 goals.

Real Betis
is a La Liga team also known as Los Verdiblancos (The Green and Whites), was founded in 1907. The home ground is the Estadio Benito Villamarín, with a capacity of 60,720. Joaquín has played the most matches for Real Betis with 494 appearances at the time of writing. Rubén Castro is the all-time top scorer with 148 goals.

Real Sociedad
known as The White and Blues, was founded in 1909. The home games are being played in the Anoeta Stadium, with a capacity of 39,500. Alberto Górriz played 599 matches for Sociedad and has the most appearances. Jesús Maria Satrústegui is the player with the most goals scored for the club with 162 goals.

Villarreal CF
is a La Liga team known as The Yellow Submarine. The club plays in Estadio de la Cerámica, which has a capacity of 23,500. Bruno Soriano (425) is the player with the most matches played. However, Mario Gaspar (422) and Manu Trigueros (421) are really close. Remember, this is the number of matches played at the time of writing. Gerard Moreno is the all-time top scorer for the club. Giuseppe Rossi is number 2 with 82 goals.

Athletic Bilbao
is a La Liga team known as the Lions and was founded in 1898. The home ground is San Memés which has a capacity of 53,289. José Ángel Iribar has played the most matches with 614 appearances, while Telmo Zarra scored the most goals with 367 goals.

Club Atlético Osasuna
is a La Liga team known as Gorritxoak and was founded in 1920. The home ground is El Sadar, with a capacity of 23,576. Patxi Puñal played the most matches for the club with 458 appearances, while Roberto Torres is the all-time top scorer with 60 goals.

is a La Liga team that is also known as the Bats. The club was founded in 1919 and plays its home games in Mestalla. The stadium has a capacity of 48,600. Fernando has the most appearances for the club with 553 matches played; Mundo scored 238 goals and is the all-time top scorer.




Celta de Vigo
also known as The Sky Blues, was formed in 1923 as Club Celta due to a merger of two Vigo-based clubs. Balados Stadium, which seats 29,000 people, is the club’s home stadium. The name of the La Liga team is taken from the Celts, a people that historically inhabited in the area. Its most prominent opponent is Deportivo La Corua, with whom it competes in the Galician derby.

Rayo Vallecano
is a La Liga team formed on May 29, 1924, and they now play in La Liga after being promoted from the 2020-21 Segunda División. The 14,708-seat Campo de Futbol de Vallecas stadium hosts home games. Rayo has only participated in one European competition, the UEFA Cup, in the 2000-01 season. The team advanced to the quarter-finals before losing 4-2 on aggregate to fellow Spanish club Alavés. Rayo is the third-best club in the Comunidad de Madrid, behind Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid.

RCD Espanyol
was formed in Barcelona in 1900. Espanyol currently plays its home games in the RCDE Stadium, which has a capacity of 40,000 people. Espanyol has won the Copa del Rey four times in Spain, most recently in 2006. In international tournaments, the club reached the final of the UEFA Cup in 1988 and 2007. It has a lengthy history with La Liga team FC Barcelona

Getafe CF
was established in 1946 and reestablished in 1983, making it one of the youngest clubs to be a La Liga team. The club’s home stadium is the Coliseum Alfonso Pérez, which was opened in 1998 and has a capacity of 17,393 people, which makes it one of the smallest La Liga team stadiums. Since being promoted to La Liga for the first time in 2004, Getafe has spent twelve years in the top flight of Spanish football, from 2004 to 2016 and again since 2017. The club’s major rivalry is with neighbouring Leganés, who are based close to Getafe, as well as a friendly rivalry with La Liga teams Atlético Madrid and Real Madrid.

Cádiz CF
was formed in 1910 and participates as a La Liga team, with home games held at Nuevo Mirandilla, which has a seating capacity of 20,724. Cádiz competed in the second or third flight of Spanish football between 1929 and 1977. Cádiz was promoted to a La Liga team for the first time in 1977. Since then, Cádiz has spent fourteen seasons as a La Liga team and numerous in the second division.

Real Mallorca
was established on March 5, 1916. They play their home games at the Visit Mallorca Stadium, which has a capacity of 23,142 people. The club was at its pinnacle in the late 1990s and early 2000s, finishing third in La Liga for the first time in 1999 and 2001 and winning the Copa del Rey in 2003 after final defeats in 1991 and 1998. Mallorca also won the Supercopa de España in 1998 and reached the 1999 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup Final.

Elche CF
was formed in 1923 due to a merger of all of the town’s teams. Elche entered the league system in 1929, reaching Segunda División in 1934 and La Liga in 1959, ranking sixth in the latter in 1963-64. In 1969, the club finished second in the Copa del Rey. In the 2014-15 season, Elche became the first and only team in La Liga history to be demoted due to unpaid tax bills.

UD Almería
was founded on July 26, 1989. The La Liga team now competes in Spain’s Primera División after winning the Segunda División in 2022, and its home games are held at the 15,274-seat Power Horse Stadium.

Girona FC
was formed on July 23, 1930, and now playing as a La Liga team, having achieved promotion in the 2022 Segunda División play-offs. Girona’s home games are played in the 11,810-seat Estadi Montilivi, making it the smallest stadium of all La Liga teams.