In the world of trans-continental football, LaLiga is a hot topic. With teams like Real Madrid and Barcelona generating billions of dollars in revenue, the league has become an expensive money-making machine. This is exactly why the league has adopted new rules to prevent the big multinationals from taking over the league. Among the new rules, LaLiga has agreed to broadcast games on Facebook, a world first. The goal is to capture new audiences and capitalise on a rapidly evolving broadcasting environment.
LaLiga has acknowledged that its sport affects society, which is why it has undertaken a number of social outreach projects. In 1993, the LaLiga Foundation was established, which facilitates a range of programs aimed at transforming society. The foundation also works to foster the growth of youth soccer. The following is a list of some of the most notable initiatives from the LaLiga Foundation. If you’re looking for the best way to engage with LaLiga on the social and educational front, check out the information below.
UEFA’s league coefficient rankings measure the performance of Spanish leagues. The league has led the continent in 22 of 60 seasons from 2009 to 2019, surpassing the second division Serie A in many of the rankings. Furthermore, Barcelona and Real Madrid have won the title 10 times since 2009, indicating their dominance in the league. This fact makes LaLiga one of the most popular leagues in the world. It’s no wonder that the competition is as hot as ever!
While LaLiga plays a number of matches on a daily basis, a team must play twice in a week if they want to finish their season. Because of this, the league can end its season by 29 July, the Champions League will resume on 2 August and the final is scheduled for 29 August in Istanbul. In the event of a coronavirus pandemic, the Champions League might be postponed.
The biggest problem faced by LaLiga this season is debt. Despite the financial problems that many clubs face, the league has been able to address it through its wage cap and salary limits. With this, it’s no longer as costly as it was before. The league is also looking to boost attendance and the revenue of its teams. The money received from the CVC fund will go a long way toward solving these issues. The money will help many clubs survive. However, the money will amount to very little compared to the amount Real Madrid or Barcelona earn.
The LaLiga has been taking a lead in incorporating up-close shots into its broadcasts. The Pitch Side camera, developed by the league and MEDIAPRO, gives viewers a virtual experience in the stadium. The camera is a lightweight mirrorless camera that’s wirelessly connected to the live feed. In addition to the up-close shots, the app also offers real-time player stats. With this technology, LaLiga is bringing new innovations to football broadcasting.