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It’s Been 5 Years Since La Liga Broke into The International Markets

11 March 2022

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La Liga, one of the most widely followed European football leagues around the globe, marks five years of global fan engagement and international growth. The La Liga Global Network was launched in 2017, when the organization teamed up with Santander and Universia to launch a project aimed at providing employment opportunities in Spain, while sustaining the growth of La Liga as a global brand. La Liga has established strategic partnerships around the world and has even exported its coaching methodology. Up to the present, roughly 300 projects in more than 30 countries have been set up.

La Liga – The Best Football League to Make a Profit

These days, you can place bets online for national and international sports. If you’re a newbie to the betting world, you might be wondering if La Liga is the best league to bet on. According to Betcris, you’ll find value in the Spanish league, as it has some of the biggest clubs on the planet. Football may never be the same without Lionel Messi, but it still remains a fascinating competition. Even small teams have a genuine chance of ending the season at the top of the ranking. Real Madrid are likely winners, but their title odds aren’t too compelling. Sevilla aren’t likely to get on their nerves, yet the title odds are valuable.

La Liga Coordinates 11 Offices to Be As Visible As Possible

After years of bolstering its presence, La Liga now has 11 offices in London, New York, Mexico City, Brussels, Lagos, Johannesburg, Dubai, Beijing, Shanghai, New Delhi, and Singapore. Let’s not forget about the joint ventures in North America and China. The expansion of La Liga makes interest grow, which in turn increases the demand for Spanish football.

If you don’t know what team to root for, here are some suggestions to keep in mind: Barcelona, Real Madrid, Sevilla, and Atlético Madrid. Fandom is more than just about entertainment. It can increase your self-esteem and make you happier.

Regular Content in Over 20 Languages Ensures Spanish Football Can Be Debated Anywhere

La Liga wants to be glocal. To engage with fans, officials take into account the needs of each country – schedules, culture, and entertainment consumption habits. La Liga publications are translated in more than 20 languages for various social networks, of which mention can be made of Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter.

La Liga has expanded its content offering Twitch, which includes highlights from Primera División and Secundo División. As Óscar Mayo points out, La Liga is an undisputed leader in terms of viewership across the globe. Only the local league draws more attention. That’s because people like the football that Spanish teams play.

La Liga Will Continue to Grow in The Post-Messi Era

As we can all remember, Lionel Messi left FC Barcelona in the summer of 2020 for Paris Saint-Germain. Players come and go; that’s the sad reality of football.

Of course, when the world’s best player decided to part ways with the Catalan club, it was a tearful moment. La Liga will continue to expand, even if the Argentine superstar is missing. After all, it’s managed to overcome this loss and continue to grow. Who knows what the post-Messi era will bring?

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