With the renovation of Barcelona's Camp Nou already under way, the Catalan giants will host the first Clasico of the season against bitter rivals Real Madrid on matchday 11 (October 29th) at the Montjuic Olympic Stadium. Both teams will meet again at Santiago Bernabeu on matchday 32, on the weekend of April 21st, 2024.
LaLiga's final weekend could be a high-tension climax to the season, with Barcelona visiting Europa League champions Sevilla, Real Madrid hosting Real Betis and Champions League side Real Sociedad hosting Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid.
There will be no football on New Year's Eve as the Christmas break will run from December 20th until Januaury 2nd.
The Spanish Super Cup in Saudi Arabia will take place between January 10th-14th with Barcelona, Real Madrid, Osasuna and Atletico the four participants. The Copa del Rey will start on November 1st and the final will be on April 6th at La Cartuja stadium in Seville.
The 2023-24 LaLiga season will kick off on Friday August 11th and will end on Sunday May 26th, 2024.