La Liga Betting – Everything You Need to Know
La Liga is one of the most exciting football leagues in the world, with many of the world’s best players playing their football in Spain.
Home of stylish, skilful and gifted play, one thing is for sure: whether the game is going to shape the battle for the title or the race for Europe, La Liga betting is regularly as fun as the football itself
There are two types of betting for La Liga games:
Match betting covers everything that you can bet on during a game, with bets placed either pre-match (before the game starts) or in-play (once the game has kicked off).
There are literally hundreds of match betting markets for every single La Liga game, with some of the most popular ones including:
- Both Teams To Score
- Correct Score
- Over/Under Total Goals
- First Goalscorer
- Anytime Goalscorer
Outright betting covers everything that will happen over the course of the season, with some of the most popular ones including:
- Outright Winner
- To Finish In The Top Four
- To Be Relegated
- Player Top Goalscorer
Find the Best La Liga Betting Sites in UK
La Liga betting is available at all of the best La Liga betting sites in the UK, with many offering fantastic welcome bonuses to encourage new customers to bet with them.
While there are many betting sites to choose from, it’s worth looking around to find out which ones have the best La Liga odds. Betting.com has comprehensive and reliable reviews to help you find the best La Liga betting sites in the UK.
How We Rate Betting Sites for La Liga
Betting.com only works with betting sites who value their customers, while we pride ourselves on having reviews that are honest, reliable and trustworthy.
We rate betting sites for La Liga according to several different criteria, which are:
- Bonus Offers
- Sports Offers
- Betting Markets
- Live Betting
- Mobile App
Each betting site is rated out of 10 for each criteria, which helps you to make the best possible choice.
You can read our reviews on the La Liga bookmakers here.
More About La Liga Betting
There are 380 La Liga games per season, with hundreds of La Liga betting markets available for each and every one. So whether it’s a big game at the Santiago Bernabeu, Camp Nou or Metropolitano Stadium, every single kick, header and moment is covered.
It’s always worth placing your bets pre-match, but La Liga betting gets really interesting once the game has kicked off.
Enter in-play betting, which enables you to bet on the game as the action unfolds, with the live odds changing in real time.
Traditional match betting markets such as Win/Draw/Win are available in-play, but there are also specific markets that are unique to in-play betting, including popular ones such as:
- Next Team To Score
- Next Player To Score
- Next Player To Be Carded
- Next Team To Win A Corner
La Liga Tips & Predictions
La Liga is the home of huge football clubs such as Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid, who boast world-class players such as Karim Benzema, Vinicius Junior and Gavi. It’s also home to lesser-known teams such as Getafe, Girona and Elche.
So keep up-to-date with all things Spanish football and give your bets the best chance of winning by reading our La Liga tips and predictions, with preview articles published on betting.com every single day.
Check out our La Liga Tip & Predictions page to learn more about this prestigious Spanish football league.
La Liga Odds
La Liga odds are calculated on the probability of something happening.
For example, the odds of Real Madrid winning La Liga are much shorter than the odds of Elche. That’s because the probability of Real Madrid winning La Liga is much higher.
If Real Madrid win La Liga after you placed a £10 bet on them to do so at 11/10, you would win £11. But if Elche win La Liga after you placed a £10 bet on them to do so at 750/1, you would win £7,500.
La Liga odds for individual games are often short, especially if you’re betting on Real Madrid or Barcelona, so a clever way of increasing the odds is through accumulator betting.
More commonly referred to as an ‘acca’, accumulator betting is when you bet on two or more La Liga games – betting on five teams is known as a ‘five-fold’ – but combine them into one bet. Betting.com has the acca bet calculator to help take out all the manual calculations for you.
Because the odds are multiplied, you’ll win an enhanced amount if all the selections in your acca are correct.
Check out our La Liga odds page to learn more about this prestigious Spanish football league.
La Liga 2022/23 Overview
The La Liga 2022/23 season will be played from Sunday 14th August 2022 to Sunday 4th June 2023. There will be a six-week break in November to allow the 2022 World Cup to be played, with La Liga fixtures resuming on Thursday 29th December.
As usual, La Liga will be made up of 20 teams, with each team playing the other 19 teams at home and away for a grand total of 38 games.
Real Madrid are pre-season favourites to win La Liga, having done so last season under Carlo Ancelotti, alongside their triumph in the Champions League. Barcelona are second favourites, following significant improvement since former player Xavi Hernandez returned to the club as manager last November.
Atletico Madrid, who won the title in 2020/21, are third favourites, followed by Sevilla and Villarreal in fourth and fifth. At the other end of the table, Elche, Mallorca, Valladolid, Almeria and Cadiz are expected to battle it out to avoid relegation, according to the latest pre-season odds.
No longer in the shadow of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, who have since moved elsewhere, Karim Benzema is poised to once again finish as the top goalscorer in La Liga. Benzema claimed last season’s golden boot after scoring 27 times – nine more than any other player.
La Liga Winners of the Last Seasons
- 2021/22 – Real Madrid
- 2020/21 – Atletico Madrid
- 2019/20 – Real Madrid
- 2018/19 – Barcelona
- 2017/18 – Barcelona
- 2016/17 – Real Madrid
- 2015/16 – Barcelona
- 2014/15 – Barcelona
La Liga 2022/23 Competing Teams
Season start-end: 13th August 2022 – 4th June 2023
All teams and their home stadiums
- Almeria, Juegos Mediterráneos
- Athletic Bilbao, San Mames
- Atletico Madrid, Wanda Metropolitano
- Barcelona, Spotify Camp Nou
- Cadiz, Nuevo Mirandilla
- Celta Vigo, Abanca-Balaidos
- Elche, Martinez Valero
- Espanyol, RCDE Stadium
- Getafe, Coliseum Alfonso Perez
- Girona, Montilivi
- Mallorca, Mallorca Estadi
- Osasuna, El Sadar
- Rayo Vallecano, Vallecas
- Real Betis, Benito Villamarin
- Real Madrid, Santiago Bernabéu
- Real Sociedad, Reale Arena
- Sevilla, Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan
- Valencia, Mestalla
- Valladolid, Jose Zorilla
- Villarreal, Estadio de la Ceramica
Reigning Champions: Real Madrid
La Liga Summary
With 20 teams, 380 games and thousands of betting markets, La Liga is certainly one of the most thrilling football leagues to bet on. And with 2022/23 shaping up to be another incredible season, make sure to follow it every step of the way on betting.com.