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Watch the world's best players such as Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Fernando Torres compete in Spanish La Liga


Plan a Spanish football holiday season

Enjoy the passion and talent of Spanish football! Festive football fans can plan a sun-drenched Christmas Holiday in sunny Spain this year with great seats and La Liga tickets provided securely online now at!

Take a sun, sea, and soccer holiday break in Spain. La Liga is one of the best European leagues this season featuring titan clubs Real Madrid, Athletic Madrid, Barcelona FC, and Valencia, with many of the world's best players such as Messi, Ronaldo, Bale, Suarez, Torres, Griezmann, Benzema, Iniesta, Isco, Kroos, Modric, Niguez, Casemiro, Carvajal, Godin, Marcelo, Pique, Ramos, Navos, and Neymar competing in Spain's Primera Division. You can experience the beautiful game of Spanish football while enjoying the Spanish culture and soaking up some sun. It is also may be possible to schedule a mid-week Champions League game. Take a stadium tour of the Nou Camp, the Bernabeu, or the new Mestalla Stadium in Valencia while you have a chance.

Getting There

Easyjet, Ryanair and many of the other low-cost airlines operate at Barcelona El Prat Airport. Ryanair also flies to Girona airport which is an hour's drive to the north of Barcelona. Valencia Airport is ideal, and Alicante Airport is only a 2-hour drive to the south of Valencia and has a greater choice of flights. Trains and coaches are available between all the locations mentioned above, with coaches being the cheapest option, and the high-speed trains (AVE) being the most expensive.

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Buy Holiday Spain La Liga Tickets for Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia

It is possible to buy last-minute Spanish La Liga tickets the day before the game or even on match day from!

Watch one of the most eagerly anticipated clashes in Spain’s top division - Real Madrid v FC Barcelona. Enjoy a great view and the rousing atmosphere. Rest assured that your 150% guaranteed, legal, authentic matchday tickets have been provided by, the top football tickets marketplace in the world for your favorite La Liga club. Live Football Tickets has over 11 years of serving satisfied La Liga fans!

Real Madrid Tickets

See Europe’s most successful club, at their magnificent stadium, Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid, Spain. Real’s home for over 70 years has fantastic stories for you to discover during a tour of the stadium and museum.

DEC 9 2017 Spanish La Liga Real Madrid 5-0 Fc Sevilla Santiago Bernabeu - Madrid, Spain
DEC 23 2017 Spanish La Liga Real Madrid v Barca Tickets Santiago Bernabeu - Madrid, Spain
JAN 7 2018 Spanish La Liga Celta De Vigo v Real Madrid Tickets Balaidos - Vigo, Spain

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Atletico Madrid Tickets

See Atleti at their spectacular new stadium, Wanda Metropolitano.

DEC 10 2017 Spanish La Liga Real Betis v Atletico Madrid Tickets Estadio Benito Villamarín - Sevilla, Spain
DEC 16 2017 Spanish La Liga Atletico Madrid v Alaves Tickets Estadio Wanda Metropolitano - Madrid, Spain
DEC 22 2017 Spanish La Liga Espanyol v Atletico Madrid Tickets Estadio Cornellá-El Prat - Barcelona, Spain

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Barcelona FC Tickets

See the world’s most popular club, at their iconic stadium. Learn about the history and heritage of this revered club on a 90-minute self-guided tour of the stadium and museum (not included for Champions League, Cup Finals or Super Cup).

DEC 10 2017 Spanish La Liga Villarreal v FC Barcelona Tickets Estadio El Madrigal - Villarreal, Spain
DEC 17 2017 Spanish La Liga FC Barcelona v Deportivo La Coruna Tickets Camp Nou - Barcelona, Spain
DEC 23 2017 Spanish La Liga Real Madrid v FC Barcelona Tickets Santiago Bernabeu - Madrid, Spain

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Valencia Tickets

DEC 9 2017 Spanish La Liga Valencia v Celta De Vigo Tickets Mestalla - Valencia, Spain
DEC 16 2017 Spanish La Liga SD Eibar v Valencia Tickets Ipurua Municipal Stadium - Eibar, Spain
DEC 23 2017 Spanish La Liga Valencia v Villarreal Tickets Mestalla - Valencia, Spain

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Cristiano Ronaldo receives his 2017 Ballon d'Or award in Paris on Thursday


Cristiano Ronaldo has won the Ballon d'Or for a fifth time, equalling the all-time record of Lionel Messi. The Real Madrid forward collected 946 points, with Messi (670) second and Neymar (361) third.

Ballon d'Or top ten

1 Cristiano Ronaldo
2 Lionel Messi
3 Neymar
4 Gianluigi Buffon
5 Luka Modrić
6 Sergio Ramos
7 Kylian Mbappé
8 N'Golo Kanté
9 Robert Lewandowski
10 Harry Kane

The award caps another memorable year for Ronaldo. He won the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, Spanish Liga, Spanish Super Cup and could yet end up with the FIFA World Club Cup – Madrid begin their defense in one week. The 32-year-old also helped European champions Portugal book a FIFA World Cup spot, his tally of 15 goals bettered only once in European Qualifiers. He has already collected the UEFA Best Player in Europe Award and Best FIFA Men's Player prize this season.

"I feel very happy, it's a fantastic moment in my career," said Ronaldo. "I've been waiting for this for a long time. This year has been great. Trophies help win these awards and we have to thank my colleagues from Madrid and Portugal, it was very important for me. I hope to play at this level for a few more years. I hope the battle with Messi continues; things happen for a reason."

Ronaldo previously won the Ballon d'Or in 2008, 2013, 2014 and 2016, finishing second to Messi in 2009, 2011, 2012 and 2015; the Argentinian was runner-up in 2008, 2013, 2014 and 2016.

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Ronaldo in 2017

UEFA club competition
Appearances: 14 (13 UEFA Champions League, one Super Cup)
Goals: 19 (all UEFA Champions League)

Spanish Liga
Appearances: 28
Goals: 17

Domestic cups
Appearances: 3
Goals: 2

Appearances: 11
Goals: 11

TOTAL: 48 goals in 54 appearances (0.88 goals per game)

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Last ten awards*
2008 Ronaldo
2009 Messi
2010 Messi
2011 Messi
2012 Messi
2013 Ronaldo
2014 Ronaldo
2015 Messi
2016 Ronaldo
2017 Ronaldo

All-time Ballon d'Or wins*
5 Lionel Messi
5 Cristiano Ronaldo
3 Michel Platini 
3 Johan Cruyff 
3 Marco van Basten

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Cristiano Ronaldo was in fits of laughter at his own joke at the Ballon d’Or awards. Ronaldo has won the Ballon d'Or for a fifth time to move level with rival Lionel Messi. The award caps a year in which Ronaldo has won La Liga, the Champions League and the Spanish Super Cup with Real Madrid, as well as helping Portugal qualify for the 2018 World Cup. Ronaldo was asked what he wanted for Christmas to which he replied: "Another baby.” Rodriguez gave birth to the couple's first child together - Alana Martina - at the Hospital Quiron Universal in Madrid on November 13. 

"I feel very happy, it's a fantastic moment in my career, I've been waiting for this for a long time," the 32-year-old said in the ceremony at the Eiffel Tower. "This year has been great, we won the Champions League and La Liga and, on a personal level, I was a top scorer in the Champions League. Trophies help win these awards and we have to thank my colleagues from Madrid and Portugal, it was very important for me."

Barcelona's Lionel Messi, the only other player to have won the award since 2008, finished second in the voting while Neymar, who joined Paris St Germain in a world-record transfer deal this summer, was third. Ronaldo previously won the award in 2008, 2013, 2014 and 2016. Ronaldo and Messi stand alone with five wins. Ronaldo has had an outstanding 2017, helping Madrid to a La Liga, Champions League, and Spanish Super Cup treble this year. The Portugal international has scored a total of 49 goals in all competitions for club and country and became the first player in Champions League history to score in each of his club's group-stage matches.

Chelsea's N'Golo Kante was eighth in the voting, the highest-placed of the seven Premier League players nominated, with Tottenham's Harry Kane 10th. Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne was 14th, Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard 19th, and Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea 20th. Liverpool pair Sadio Mane and Philippe Coutinho were 23rd and 29th respectively.


49 - goals scored in 2017 - 38 for Real, in 45 games, and 11 in 11 for Portugal.
6 - Ronaldo scored in every game of this season's Champions League group stage, the first player ever do so. In all, he scored nine times in Madrid's six games.
3 - trophies won by Real this season - LaLiga, the Champions League and the Spanish Super Cup.
4 - it was Ronaldo's fourth Champions League title, three with Real and one with Manchester United.
417 - Ronaldo's record Real Madrid goal tally, in nine seasons with the club.
619 - career goals for Real, United (118), Sporting Lisbon (five) and Portugal (79).
42 - hat-tricks for Madrid including a club-record 32 in LaLiga. Two came in 2017, in the knockout stages of last season's Champions League.
2 - he has also been named the FIFA men's player of the year both years since the award once again split from the Ballon d'Or.


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Romelu Lukaku, Manchester United scores on Champions League debut at Old Trafford


It looks like all four titan England Premier League clubs will go on to the next round of the 2017-18 Champions League. Manchester United scored 3 goals to earn 3 points on Tuesday evening, as United comfortably saw off FC Basel in the UEFA Champions League. Jose Mourinho's Man Utd side have already scored an impressive 15 goals in 5 games across all competitions this season, and are now on top of Champions Group A after beating the Swiss champions at Old Trafford. Marouane Fellaini came off the bench in the first half to replace the injured Paul Pogba and opened the scoring with a powerful header, which earned him Man of the Match performance. It was a special night for strikers Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford who both scored on their Champions League debuts with second-half strikes.

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Manchester United's Paul Pogba and Belgium midfielder Marouane Fellaini

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Manchester United's Marcus Rashford celebrates scoring debut Champions League goal

Champions League 2017-18 Results

Champions League - Group A

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Manchester United 3-0 FC Basel
Benfica 1-2 CSKA Moscow 


CSKA Moscow 1-4 Manchester United 
FC Basel 5-0 Benfica 


Benfica 0 Manchester United 1
CSKA Moscow 0 FC Basel 2


Manchester United 2 Benfica 0
FC Basel 1 CSKA Moscow 2


CSKA Moscow 2 Benfica 0
FC Basel 1 Manchester United 0


Manchester United 2 CSKA Moscow 1
Benfica 0 FC Basel 2

Champions League - Group B


Celtic 0 PSG 5
Bayern 3 Anderlecht 0


Anderlecht 0 Celtic 3
PSG 3 Bayern 0


Bayern 3 Celtic 0
Anderlecht 0 PSG 4


Celtic 1 Bayern 2
PSG 5 Anderlecht 0


PSG 7 Celtic 1
Anderlecht 1 Bayern 2


Celtic 0 Anderlecht 1
Bayern 3 PSG 1

Champions League - Group C


Roma 0 Atletico 0
Chelsea 6 Qarabag 0


Qarabag 1 Roma 2
Atletico 1 Chelsea 2


Qarabag 0 Atletico 0
Chelsea 3 Roma 3


Atletico 1 Qarabag 1
Roma 3 Chelsea 0


Qarabag 0-4 Chelsea
Atletico 2-0 Roma


Roma 1 Qarabag 0
Chelsea 1 Atletico 1

Champions League - Group D


Olympiakos 2 Sporting 3
Barcelona 3 Juventus 0


Juventus 2 Olympiakos 0
Sporting 0 Barcelona 1


Barcelona 3 Olympiakos 1
Juventus 2 Sporting 1


Olympiakos 0 Barcelona 0
Sporting 1 Juventus 1


Sporting 3 Olympiakos 1
Juventus 0 Barcelona 0


Olympiakos 0 Juventus 2
Barcelona 2 Sporting 0

Champions League - Group E

It is tight at the top of Group E, meaning Liverpool must gain at least a point at Spartak to be sure of qualifying or win to make top spot secure. Spartak appear to be heading to the Europa League, unless they win and Sevilla drop points. Sevilla will qualify if they beat bottom-placed Maribor and could finish top if Liverpool slip up.


Liverpool 2 Sevilla 2
Maribor 1 Spartak Moscow 1


Spartak 1 Liverpool 1
Sevilla 3 Marbibor 0


Maribor 0 Liverpool 7
Spartak Moscow 5 Sevilla 1


Liverpool 3 Maribor 0
Sevilla 2 Spartak 1


Spartak Moscow 1-1 Maribor 
Sevilla 3-3 Liverpool 


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Maribor v Sevilla

Champions League - Group F

Undefeated Man City will qualify as group winners. Napoli could move up to second position if they beat Feyenoord and Shakhtar lose to Manchester City, or will drop to the Europa League.


Shakhtar 2 Napoli 1
Feyenoord 0 Man City 4


Man City 2 Shakhtar 0
Napoli 3 Feyenoord 1


Man City 2 Napoli 1
Feyenoord 1 Shakhtar 2


Shakhtar 3 Feyenoord 1
Napoli 2 Man City 4


Man City 1 Feyenoord 0
Napoli 3 Shakhtar 0


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Feyenoord v Napoli

Champions League - Group G

Besiktas are assured of first place. Second-placed Porto have the head-to-head advantage over Leipzig and need only match their result in the final round of games - Leipzig host the group winners while Porto take on bottom club Monaco.


Porto 1 Besiktas 3
Leipzig 1 Monaco 1


Monaco 0 Porto 3
Besiktas 2 Leipzig 0


Leipzig 3 Porto 2
Monaco 1 Besiktas 2


Besiktas 1 Monaco 1
Porto 3 Leipzig 1


Besiktas 1 Porto 1
Monaco 1 Leipzig 4


Porto v Monaco
Leipzig v Besiktas

Champions League - Group H

Tottenham Hotspur will finish on top of their group after some stellar wins, including against Real Madrid who will go forward as runners-up. Dortmund and Apoel will battle for a Europa League place.

Tottenham 3 Dortmund 1
Real Madrid 3 APOEL
APOEL 0 Tottenham 3
Dortmund 1 Real Madrid 3
Real Madrid 1 Tottenham 1
APOEL 1 Dortmund 1
Tottenham 3-1 Real Madrid 
Dortmund 1-1 APOEL
Dortmund 1-2 Tottenham
APOEL 0-6 Real Madrid
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UEFA Champions League Round of 16
Round of 16, first leg (13–14 & 20–21 February) 
Round of 16, second leg (6–7 & 13–14 March) 
UEFA Champions League Quarter-finals
Quarter-finals, first leg (3–4 April) 
Quarter-finals, second leg (10–11 April) 
UEFA Champions League Semi-finals 
Semi-finals, first leg (24–25 April) 
Semi-finals, second leg (1–2 May)

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England captain Harry Kane


England have been drawn with Belgium, Panama, and Tunisia in Group G for Fifa World Cup 2018 Russia.

Gareth Southgate's men will begin the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament against Tunisia on Monday, 18 June (19:00 BST) in Volgograd, Russia. Next, they will battle World Cup debutants Panama in Nizhny Novgorod on 24 June (13:00 BST) before playing top seeds Belgium four days later in Kaliningrad, Russia (19:00 BST). You can buy legal, authentic 2018 World Cup England tickets for the most prestigious football competition in the world now securely online from!

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JUN 28 2018 World Cup 2018 England v Belgium Tickets Kaliningrad Stadium - Kaliningrad, Russia

England have not lost a qualifying match for a major competition since October 2009 in an incredible run of 39 games, with 3 different managers in charge since England then led by Fabio Capello lost 1-0 to Ukraine. New England manager Gareth Southgate has inspired his side since being promoted from his role as the manager of England’s under-21s. Southgate has overseen a period of change that now has England’s younger team in a 3-4-2-1 formation. England were eliminated by Iceland at Euro 2016. England fans staged a walkout at the qualifying match in Malta. England qualified by winning European Group F ahead of Slovakia.

England have begun their preparations for the World Cup with a series of warm-up friendlies against Italy, Brazil and Germany, two of the most successful nations in the history of the competition. A friendly against Holland in Amsterdam has also been scheduled after Southgate told the FA he wanted a run of challenging fixtures, rather than games when England would be expected to win easily, and that he believes it is worth taking the risks that apply when playing top tier tough opposition.

Great seats and England tickets for Brazil, Germany, and Belgium are for sale for all three matches.


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Tottenham Hotspurs’ Harry Kane and Harry Winks will both undergo assessments at Spurs before joining up after being substituted in their win over Crystal Palace.

Winks is a major doubt with an ankle injury. Kane who is expected to be England’s permanent captain may be out due to a hamstring injury. Dele Alli is out of England’s friendlies with Brazil and Germany with a hamstring problem. Jordan Henderson missed Liverpool’s win over West Ham United due to a thigh problem.

Southgate’s team were jeered by their own fans during the 4-0 win in Malta when three of England’s goals came after most of their traveling supporters had already decided they had seen enough and headed for the exits. Southgate’s response to the first-half barracking was to withdraw Raheem Sterling at half-time when the score was still 0-0, but he said the Manchester City player had accepted the decision.

“As a creative player, some days everything you do works and some days it doesn’t,” Southgate said. “You could see in the first half, it was the latter for Raheem – but he will bounce back from that. He’s ballsy. He’s a lad we love. It’s difficult but he took it really professionally.”

Wayne Rooney update

Wayne Rooney announced his retirement from international football in September after missing out on two previous squads and Southgate insists that he has moved forward.

"I think Wayne made his decision clear, his decision to retire, we were looking at bringing him into the squad in September much for his value as a senior player as anything else,” said Southgate. "But we've now moved forward, evolved as a squad in the last three months and our feeling now is that it's important for the younger players to gain that experience rather than look back at a younger player."

Wayne Rooney with his new boss at Everton and former England manager, Big Sam Allerdyce


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Everton's Wayne Rooney scores hat-trick against West Ham


The England Premier League produced some brilliant goals in November including Wayne Rooney’s halfway line strike against West Ham to complete his hat-trick for Everton on Wednesday. Other superb strikes included Rajiv van La Parra’s strike for Huddersfield against West Brom. On November 18 both Kevin de Bruyne and Mo Salah scoring brilliant strikes, against Leicester and Southampton, respectively. Xherdan Shaqiri scored a memorable goal against Crystal Palace on November 25. Notable was Gylfi Sigurdsson's powerful drive for Everton against Southampton on November 26. Leicester’s 2-1 win against Spurs on Tuesday was thanks to Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez goals. 

Premier League Top 10 Goal Scorers

EPL first-place Manchester City has 3 out of 10 of the top goal scorers. As of December 1, 2017, here is a list of the top 10 goal scorers in the England Premier League.

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1.      Mohamed Salah. Liverpool. 12 goals, 2 assists

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2.      Harry Kane. Tottenham Hotspur. 10 goals, 1 assist

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3.      Sergio "Kun" Agüero. Manchester City. 9 goals, 3 assists

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Raheem Sterling. Manchester City. 9 goals, 2 assists

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5.  Álvaro Morata. Chelsea. 8 goals, 4 assists


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6.  Romelu Lukaku. Manchester United. 8 goals, 4 assists

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7.      Gabriel Jesus. Manchester City. 8 goals, 1 assist

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8.    Alexandre Lacazette. Arsenal. 7 goals, 1 assist

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9.    Wayne Rooney. Everton. 7 goals, 0 assists

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10.   Jamie Vardy. Leicester City. 7 goals, 0 assists

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