Global Fútbol

The LaLiga Newsletter

December 2018


Ronaldo: “We want to convert Real Valladolid into a global club, with fans getting excited about us all over the world”
Ronaldo Luz Nazario has an almost unrivalled image in world football, but his career in the game is far from over. In this interview with LaLiga, ´O Fenonemo´discusses his plans to turn a LaLiga Santander club into the next global superpower. 
Women´s football is a ´tsunami´ creating commercial opportunities all over the world
LaLiga joined a global panel of experts to explain how strong strategy and long-term investment is building an environment for rapid growth in the women´s game.
LaLiga clubs take part in historic India immersion
Two-day event follows a unique deal to broadcast LaLiga in India through Facebook, an endeavour designed to take advantage of changing broadcasting models and position the league for succes. Attendees included presidents and general managers from 18 of the 20 teams currently competing in LaLiga Santander
LaLiga shares a stage with Spanish and Chinese presidents
LaLiga will form part of the Spanish Chinese Business Advisory Council to strengthen the economic and business ties between both nations.
The Barça Experience in Haikou: A journey into the heart of FC Barcelona
As part of the Barça Experience on the Chinese island of Hainan, one of the main tourist destinations in Asia, there will be an interactive museum, a megastore and an academy.
Chinese Football Association partners with LaLiga to open first permanent training base in Spain
New Madrid facility will be the first permanent CFA training base in Spain. Chinese men´s and women´s teams will begin residency and follow LaLiga training methods.
LaLiga and European Leagues raise concerns over UEFA Club Competitions Model
New proposals for Europa League 2 require new rules around revenue distribution and access, otherwise the future of smaller clubs and leagues will be under threat
LaLiga signs IMG for global sponsorships
Multi-year agreement will support LaLiga´s international expansion journey by securing new partnerships and captivating new audiences around the world. LaLiga´s network of partners includes 20 global deals and nine national sponsors.


LaLiga’s eSports team makes its debut in China

  • Three stars of LaLiga eSports league selected to participated in its first international event 
  • Event in China received more than 800 million online spectators.
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LaLiga Exhibition: The football roadshow that will go around the world

  • Mexico will host the first LaLiga Exhibition in February of 2019.
  • Fans will be able to learn about the history of LaLiga and of the league’s clubs, combined with live match experiences.
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LaLiga Genuine presented to Europe

  • Early success of inclusivity programme could provide a framework for other leagues and clubs looking to improve access for players with intellectual disabilities.
  • LaLiga Genuine began in Spain last November, and following its success has expanded from 18 LaLiga teams to 30. 
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LaLiga Promises: stars of tomorrow to be shown around the world

  • LaLiga Promises, an international U-12 tournament will be broadcast in more than 60 countries through the official partners of LaLiga.
  • Broadcast will provide commentary in English and Spanish. 
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LaLiga and Cervantes Institute promote Spanish culture through football in Japan READ MORE
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