The outbreak of the coronovirus certainly postponed all sporting events since March, however, football has been making way since the German Bundesliga reopened the stadiums filled with virtual fans and crowd noises last month.
While Ligue 1 was discontinued in France, the Premier League and now La Liga have remained steadfast in their pursuit of perfection. La Liga president Xavier Tebus said the games would have to go ahead and added, “I always believed we would play again”.
La Liga will become the second high-profile league to begin action after the Bundesliga, which resumed last month.
#LaLigaSantander is finally back! 🔝💯
Click on the link below to find out:
⏰ The kick-off times for every match.
📺 Information about where you can watch the fixtures. #BackToWin
— LaLiga English (@LaLigaEN) June 10, 2020
June 12: Sevilla vs Real Betis-1: 30 AM IST, Granada vs Getafe – 11 PM IST
June 13: Valencia vs Levante – 1.30 AM IST, Espanyol vs Deportivo Aleves – 5.30 PM IST, Celta Vigo vs Villarreal – 8.30 PM IST, Leganes vs Real Valladolid – 11 PM IST
14 June: Mallorca vs Barcelona – 1.30 AM IST, Athletic Club vs Atletico Madrid – 5.30 PM IST, Real Madrid vs Iber – 11 PM IST
15 June: Real Sociedad vs Ossuna – 1.30 AM IST, Levante vs Sevilla – 11.00 PM IST
16 June: Real Betis vs Granada – 1.30 AM IST, Getafe vs Espanyol – 11.00 PM IST, Villareal vs RCD Mallorca – 11.00 PM IST
17 June: Barcelona vs Leggens – 1.30 AM IST, Iber vs Athletic Bilbao – 11.00 PM IST, Real Vladimir vs RC Celta – 11.00 PM IST
June 18: Ossuna vs Atletico Madrid – 1.30 AM IST, Alves vs Real Sociedad – 11.00 PM IST
June 19: Real Madrid vs Valencia – 1:30 AM IST
Where and when to see in India:
Fans in India can live stream all matches on Facebook.