Spain's football association launches La Liga TV
Parent Category: News | 07-02-2014
Spain's professional football league association Liga de Fútbol Professional (LFP) has launched La Liga TV, which will stream free-to-air the live matches of the Spanish second division owned by Atresmedia's laSexta.
Aiming to extend football coverage and increase brand impact for the clubs on the country's largest networks, the online channel will initially broadcast seven live matches a week without geographical restrictions.
Thus, all matches from the Spanish second division Liga Adelante will be broadcast live every weekend. Earlier this season, Atresmedia signed a deal with the LFP in order to broadcast two matches a week through laSexta.
La Liga TV will start airing this weekend, broadcasting the following matches: Sabadell vs. Alavés, Las Palmas vs. Numancia, Girona vs. Jaen, Barcelona B vs. Tenerife, Mirandés vs. Castilla, Córdoba vs. Eibar and Alcorcón vs. Mallorca.