La Liga Table and Standings 2023– La Liga 2022/2023
La Liga Table and Standings 2023 -The Campeonato Nacional de Liga de Primera División is the men’s top professional football division in the Spanish football league system. It is commonly known simply as Primera División in Spain, and as La Liga in English-speaking countries. Officially, it is known as LaLiga Santander for sponsorship reasons, and it is stylized as LaLiga. The Campeonato Nacional de Liga de Primera División is stylized as LaL. La Liga Table and Standings 2023
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La Liga Table and Standings 2023 – La Liga 2022/2023
It is overseen by the Liga Nacional de Ftbol Profesional and is competed for by a total of 20 teams. At the conclusion of each season, the three teams that finish in the lowest positions are demoted to the Segunda División, and they are replaced by the top two teams and the winner of the play-offs from the previous division.
There have been a total of 62 clubs that have participated in La Liga since the league’s start. There have been a total of nine clubs who have been declared champions, with Barcelona being the team that won the first ever La Liga championship and Real Madrid being the team that has won the title the most times, with their most recent victory coming in the 2021–22 season.
La Liga Table and Standings – La Liga 2022/2023
La Liga European spots
The top four teams in La Liga receive automatic qualification for the group stage of the UEFA Champions League. The traditional big-budget names of Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Atletico Madrid will compete for three of those places. Real Betis, Athletic Bilbao, and Real Sociedad are the three other clubs who have a chance to impact the outcome of the competition.
Those teams who finish outside of the top four spots in the Champions League will be offered a spot in either the Europa League (for finishing in fifth place) or the Conference League as a consolation prize (6th place).
The second open spot in the Europa League will go to the winner of the Copa del Rey in Spain. However, if the team that wins the Copa del Rey also finishes in the top four of the La Liga standings and qualifies for the more lucrative Champions League, then the second spot in the Europa League will be given to the team that finishes in sixth place in the standings. This would result in the one and only automatic berth for the Conference League going to the seventh-place finisher.
The season would be considered a resounding success if both Osasuna and Rayo Vallecano were to earn spots in either of the European competitions.