Leet o Spaingie fitbaw champions
|Nummer o teams||20|
|Current champions||Atlético Madrid |
|Maist championships||Real Madrid|
The Spaingie fitbaw champions are the winners o the primar fitbaw competeetion in Spain, La Liga. The league is contestit on a roond robin basis an the championship awairdit tae the team that is tap o the league at the end o the saison. La Liga, first established in 1929, oreeginally conteened ten teams. Afore La Liga's organization, the Copa del Rey—a regionalisit cup competeetion—wis effectively the naitional championship. La Liga is contestit in bi 20 teams; the three lawest-placit teams are relegatit tae the Segunda División an replacit bi the tap three teams in that diveesion. O the foondin teams in La Liga, anerly Real Madrid, Barcelona an Athletic Bilbao hae no been relegatit. The league wis cancelled atween 1936 an 1939 acause o the Spaingie Ceevil War.
Real Madrid an Barcelona are the maist successful clubs; they hae wan 32 an 22 titles, respectively, as o 2013[update]. The maist recent club ither than Real Madrid an Barcelona tae win the league is Atlético Madrid in the 2013–14 saison. Athletic Bilbao haes wan the Spaingie version o The Double the maist, haein wan the league an cup in the same year five times in its history. Barcelona is the anerly Spaingie team that haes wan The Treble, which includes the UEFA Champions League alang wi the league an Copa del Rey. The current champions are Atlético Madrid, who wan the 2013-14 competeetion.
Champions[eedit | eedit soorce]
|Champions wan the Copa del Rey that saison an aw|
|*||Champions wan the Copa del Rey an UEFA Champions League that saison an aw|
- The "Tap scorer(s)" column refers tae the player who scored the maist goals durin that saison
- The "Goals" column refers tae the nummer o goals scored bi the tap scorer in the league in that saison
Bi club[eedit | eedit soorce]
|Deportivo La Coruña||1||5||4|
Bauld indicates clubs currently playin in the tap diveesion.
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References[eedit | eedit soorce]
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