To make it easier for you to find games on TV, we’ve created this Real Madrid TV schedule for viewers in the United States so you can be sure not to miss any Real Madrid games from La Liga, the UEFA Champions League, Copa del Rey, friendlies or other competitions.

With the La Liga duo of Barcelona and Real Madrid among the most popular clubs in the world, there are plenty of people that wish to watch/listen/stream matches of the Spanish league here in the United States. According to UEFA’s coefficient rankings, La Liga is often ranked as the top league in all of Europe (convincingly beating England’s Barclays Premier League and Germany’s Bundesliga).

In the USA, beIN SPORTS and beIN SPORTS Español have the exclusive television rights for Real Madrid La Liga matches through 2018/2019 season.

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Real Madrid TV schedule

Real Madrid TV schedule

Last updated: January 16, 2017

 

Wednesday, January 18

Real Madrid vs. Celta (Copa del Rey quarterfinal 1st leg), 3:15pm, beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Español, Sling World Sports, YipTV and fuboTV (free trial)

 

Saturday, January 21

Real Madrid vs. Malaga, 10:15am, beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Español, Sling World Sports, YipTV and fuboTV (free trial)

 

Wednesday, January 25

Celta vs. Real Madrid (Copa del Rey quarterfinal 2nd leg), 3:15pm, beIN SPORTS en Español, Sling World Sports, YipTV and fuboTV (free trial)

 

Sunday, January 29

Real Madrid vs. Real Sociedad, 2:45pm, beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Español, Sling World Sports, YipTV and fuboTV (free trial)

 

Wednesday, February 15

Real Madrid vs. Napoli, 2:45pm, FOX Sports 2, ESPN Deportes, FOX Soccer 2GO, DirecTV Now and Sling Blue (free trial)

 

Tuesday, March 7

Napoli vs. Real Madrid, 2:45pm, FOX Sports 2, FOX Soccer 2GO, DirecTV Now and Sling Blue (free trial)

 

beIN SPORTS, the relatively new sports channel (created in 2012), won the contract to air the Spanish league’s matches here in America in 2012, as the Qatari-based company outbid ESPN, FOX Sports, and GolTV in the process. And in the summer of 2015, beIN SPORTS renewed its agreement to continue broadcasting La Liga for five more seasons in both English-language and Spanish-language through 2019/2020.

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