La Liga is the Spanish football league, it’s top tier is known as the Primera division in Spain and contains twenty professional teams. LaLiga Santander for sponsorship reasons, the three lowest placed teams at the end of each season are relegated to the Segunda Division, with the top three from that league coming up in their place.

Spanish League Team Kits

Football kits worn in Spain’s La Liga vary depending on the club, with various sportswear brands, such as Nike, adidas, Puma, and others. ┬áLa Liga club’s have iconic kits that are instantly recognisable, such as the white shirts and shorts of Real Madrid or the red and blue stripes of Barcelona. Other clubs, such as Atletico Madrid, have also gained recognition for their for their red and white striped distinct kits, from playing in the Champions League and other European competitions.

La Liga Kit History

In recent years, La Liga has also seen an increase in the use of special edition kits, which are designed to commemorate a specific event or to raise awareness for a particular cause, with many third & fourth kits being worn by Spanish teams in La Liga & European games.

Attendances average around 30,000 fans per game, the third highest for any professional football league. The Primera division is the second best league in Europe according to UEFA’s coefficient, which is based on recent European performances by clubs who play the domestic football in La Liga. For more information on La Liga, visit the official website or read the wikipedia entry.