Barcelona schedule: La Liga fixtures 2014/2015

Monday July 28th, 2014

FC Barcelona

Barcelona finished in second place in La Liga last season. The team's leading scorer was World Cup Golden Ball winner Lionel Messi, who had 28 goals in La Liga last season. Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez was second with 19 goals.

This offseason, Barcelona lost Cesc Fabregas to Chelsea and Sanchez to Arsenal, but the club signed striker Luis Suarez from Liverpool. Suarez was banned four months by FIFA for his latest biting incident, but he could be returning to the pitch in time for El Clasico on Oct. 26.

La Liga Fixtures 2014/15

08/24/14 Elche (H)

08/31/14 Villarreal (A)

09/14/14 Athletic Bilbao (H)

09/21/14 Levante (A)

09/24/14 Malaga (A)

09/28/14 Granada (H)

10/05/14 Rayo Vallecano (A)

10/19/14 Eibar (H)

10/26/14 Real Madrid (A)

11/02/14 Celta Vigo (H)

11/09/14 Almeria (A)

11/23/14 Sevilla (H)

11/30/14 Valencia (A)

12/07/14 Espanyol (H)

12/14/14 Getafe (A)

12/21/14 Cordoba (H)

01/04/15 Real Sociedad (A)

01/11/15 Atletico Madrid (H)

01/18/15 Deportivo (A)

01/25/15 Elche (A)

02/01/15 Villarreal (H)

02/08/15 Athletic Bilbao (A)

02/15/15 Levante (H)

02/22/15 Malaga (H)

03/01/15 Granada (A)

03/08/15 Rayo Vallecano (H)

03/15/15 Eibar (A)

03/22/15 Real Madrid (H)

04/05/15 Celta Vigo (A)

04/08/15 Almeria (H)

04/12/15 Sevilla (A)

04/19/15 Valencia (H)

04/26/15 Espanyol (A)

04/29/15 Getafe (H)

05/03/15 Cordoba (A)

05/10/15 Real Sociedad (H)

05/17/15 Atletico Madrid (A)

05/24/15 Deportivo (H)

Note: La Liga fixture dates are subject to change. 

- Josh Sanchez

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