Breaking news: The spanish soccer league La Liga starts this friday with two matches and will finish next Monday with another two games.

Messi scores the third goal against Sevilla in the Supercup

Messi scores the third goal against Sevilla in the Supercup

The game between Malaga CF and CA Osasuna open the spanish soccer season 2016-2017 in La Rosaleda at 20:45 local time. The andalusians signed interesting players for this season and their supporters expect a lot from them. Meanwhile, Osasuna that promoted to the spanish first division last year, will try get a good result after long time out of the top league. One hour and fifteen minutes later, Deportivo de la Coruña and SD Eibar will be playing the second match of the season in Riazor. The basques will have to use some of their youth players, as some of the first team ones are injured. Meanwhile, Deportivo with new players and a new coach, will try to keep the three points at home.

Match Day 1 La Liga matches

Match Day 1 La Liga matches

On Saturday at 18:15 Spain time debuts the current champion and recently winner of the spanish Supercup FC Barcelona against Real Betis. Messi will lead the catalans who will look for the first victory of the season at the Camp Nou stadium. Two hours later Granada and Villarreal will play at Los Carmenes an interesting match, just three days after the hard defeat of el Submarino Amarillo against Monaco. The day will finish in the andalusian capital with a match between Sevilla FC and a new and better Espanyol of Barcelona.

On Sunday the day will start with a classical game between the northern teams Sporting de Gijón and Athletic de Bilbao. Right after this match and also in the north of Spain, the current runner-up Real Madrid will face Real Sociedad at Anoeta. Bad news for Real Madrid, as their main star Cristiano Ronaldo will not play the match. Finally at 22:15 spanish time, Atlético de Madrid will appear in the Vicente Calderón to play against a just promoted team Deportivo Alavés.

The Match day 1 will finish with to matches on Monday. First, Celta will fight against a new team in the spanish soccer league first division: Leganes, at Balaidos. To close the day, a renewed Valencia and Las Palmas will face each other in an interesting match at Mestalla.