La Liga’s new season is underway, and Real Madrid looks to reclaim its spot on top of the table. Los Blancos – without Cristiano Ronaldo – face Valencia on Aug. 27 at 4:15 PM ET. It should be wild so don’t miss it.
After a heartbreaking loss in ‘El Clasico,’ the last thing Real Madrid can suffer is another loss. Expect Cristiano Ronaldo’s crew to go full-force when they face Valencia on April 29. The game kicks off at 10:15 AM ET so don’t miss a second!
Just like that, the lead in La Liga slipped through Barcelona’s fingers. After a disappointing loss, Barca looks to get back on its feet by facing Valencia on March 19. It’s going to be a good one so tune in to watch when the game starts at 3:45 PM ET.
It’s time to play catch-up, as Real Madrid makes up some of the matches they’ve missed in La Liga. Los Blancos clash against Valencia on Feb. 22. Will they extend their lead or will the Bats pull off a shocking upset? There’s only one way to find out.
Goal! Deportivo La Coruna will host Valencia when they go head to head on Oct. 31 in this important La Liga clash. The home fans will be hoping that their team can clinch a win against their rivals Valencia who have won three of their last six matches. Watch the live stream right here beginning at 12:45 pm EST!
Lionel Messi and Barcelona are riding high after destroying Manchester City in the Champions League. Will they continue to dominate when they face Valencia in La Liga on Oct. 22? Don’t miss this game – click to watch!
Fresh from their Champions League success, Real Madrid return to La Liga action with a potentially tricky game at home to Valencia on May 8 at 11 a.m. EST. They desperately need the win to keep up the pace with Barcelona and Atletico Madrid at the top. Can they get it? Click for the live stream and find out!
It’s a three-horse race in La Liga, with Real Madrid chasing Barcelona and Atletico Madrid at the top of La Liga. There’s only a one point difference between the top three, so Los Blancos know that nothing but a win against Valencia at the Santiago Bernabeu on May 8 will do. Click down for the live stream to watch all the action unfold!
Barcelona hosts Valencia on Apr. 17 at at 2.30 p.m. EST in La Liga, as they try to get back to winning ways and get their title push back on track. Will Valencia add to Barça’s woes? Click for the live stream to find out!
Where did it all go wrong! Last month Barcelona were the taste of world soccer, but a defeat to Real Madrid in El Clasico and a Champions League elimination at the hands of Atletico Madrid has put a dampener on an otherwise perfect season. Can they get back to winning ways against Valencia at the Camp Nou on Apr. 17? Click down to access the live stream!
Can Valencia stop Barcelona? When the two teams met for the first half of Copa del Rey semifinal, Barca dominated Los Che. When they meet for the second leg on Feb. 10, can Valencia recover? HollywoodLife.com wants you to see every second of this match so click to watch!
Things are not looking good for Valencia. After they suffered a major loss to Barcelona in the first half of the Copa del Rey semifinal, the Bats are on the verge of elimination. Can they stage the most epic comeback in soccer history, or is time up for Valencia?
It may be the start of 2016, but soccer isn’t slowing down. La Liga’s Real Madrid and Valencia are playing today, Jan. 3, in Mestalla Stadium. Watch the entire game from start to finish with this live stream!
Cristiano Ronaldo and the rest of the Real Madrid boys are heading to Mestalla Stadium to face off against Valencia on Jan. 3. Real Madrid really needs a win to stay at the top of the La Liga standings, but Valencia is going to do whatever it takes to keep their home game streak alive.
It’s Gary Neville’s first game in charge of Spanish giants Valencia, and he has the daunting task of stopping in-form Barcelona. Can the new boss stop the attacking trio of Leo Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar? HollywoodLife.com has the live stream for you to watch right here!
It’s been a tough campaign for Valencia, who has struggled for form in La Liga and lost its coach Nuno Espirito Santo who resigned last week. But in his place comes Man United legend Gary Neville, and his first task will be to stop Spain’s top team Barcelona at the Mestalla on Dec. 5, which is led by superstar Leo Messi. Watch the live stream below!
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