An authority on all things Spanish football, Football España features blogs on a range of subjects written by some of the best sports writers in Spain. Recent blog posts include: ‘Why Real Madrid Should Sell Ronaldo‘, ‘Goodbye, Dear Friend‘ (a farewell to Atlético Madrid’s Vincente Calderón stadium, which recently closed its doors) and ‘What We Learned from Spain’s Internationals‘. The site includes weekly roundups of the goings on of La Liga, as well as regular analysis of top football news.
The website of Spanish daily sports newspaper Marca is the place to check out breaking news (the site usually has Spanish football news before its international rivals), all the latest rumours and in-depth analysis of the country’s teams and matches. Delve into the biggest talking points of the day and let football experts guide you through the most important issues in La Liga and beyond.
Founded in 2009, total Barça has evolved into a strong community of FC Barcelona fans and supporters. It is a great place for Barça fans from across the globe to find out the latest news about their team, as well as chat with likeminded supporters, sharing their views and opinions on one of the world’s top football clubs.
Real Madrid News is a blog is focused on the Goliath of Spanish football, Real Madrid. It brings fans news, match reports, analysis and commentary and publishes a regular series of blogs, as well as breaking news. Whether you’re interested in the latest Ronaldo rumours, or want an update on upcoming fixtures, this blog has you covered.
This English-language blog focuses on Atlético Madrid and the latest news, match analysis and rumours about the team. The site has a popular forum where the fan community can chat and discuss all things Atléti. Follow the team’s progress as it prepares to move into a purpose-built stadium to the north of Madrid and leave behind its old stomping ground, the Vicente Calderón.
A comprehensive English-language blog, Spanish Football and Sports Blog features La Liga updates, plus news, reviews, results and Champion’s League roundups. Run by ‘Striker’ a football fanatic and “ex-amateur footballer”, it’s a useful and entertaining read for those wanting to stay up-to-date with Spanish football.
Founded by UK-based Andy McFarlane, who fell in love with Spanish football while spending a year abroad in Andalusia, La Liga Blog gives readers a comprehensive look at all the latest news from Spain’s top football league. It has a permanent cast of British and Spanish writers, who focus on news, views and match roundups.