FC Barcelona La Liga 2021 Fixtures: Full Match Schedule, Future Opponents & TV Stream
The full schedule of fixtures for the La Liga 2020/21 season have been released, with a crises ridden FC Barcelona set to begin their reincarnation at home against Elche on September 13.
A lot has been happening at Barcelona in the last few weeks with Lionel Messi extremely close to leaving the club. This is the main reason why the Blaugrana are in the news currently.
As for the season ahead, Barca's most important game is obviously El Clasico which is scheduled to be held at the Camp Nou on October 25 followed by the second fixture to be held on April 11, 2021 at the Santiago Bernabeu, according to 90min.
Here are FC Barcelona's fixtures in detail:
|FC Barcelona's fixtures (Photo: Bleacher Report)|
(Please note that the timings of matches are not yet released.)
Barcelona v Elche – September 13, 2020
Athletic Bilbao v Barcelona – September 20, 2020
Barcelona v Villarreal – September 27, 2020
Celta Vigo v Barcelona – September 30, 2020
Barcelona v Sevilla – October 4, 2020
Getafe v Barcelona – October 18, 2020
Barcelona v Real Madrid – October 25, 2020
Alaves v Barcelona – November 1, 2020
Barcelona v Real Betis – November 8, 2020
Atletico Madrid v Barcelona – November 22, 2020
Barcelona v Osasuna – November 29, 2020
Cadiz v Barcelona – December 6, 2020
Barcelona v Levante – December 13, 2020
Barcelona v Valencia – December 20, 2020
Real Valladolid v Barcelona – December 23, 2020
Barcelona v Eibar – December 30, 2020
Huesca v Barcelona – January 3, 2021
Granada v Barcelona – January 10, 2021
Barcelona v Real Sociedad – Janaury 20, 2021
Elche v Barcelona – January 24, 2021
Barcelona v Athletic Bilbao – January 31, 2020
Real Betis v Barcelona – February 7, 2021
Barcelona v Alaves – February 14, 2021
Barcelona v Cadiz – February 21, 2021
Sevilla v Barcelona – February 28, 2021
Osasuna v Barcelona – March 7, 2021
Barcelona v Huesca – March 14, 2021
Real Sociedad v Barcelona – March 21, 2021
Barcelona v Real Valladolid – April 4, 2021
Real Madrid v Barcelona - April 11, 2021
Barcelona v Getafe – April 21, 2021
Villarreal v Barcelona – April 25, 2021
Barcelona v Granada – April 28, 2021
Valencia v Barcelona – May 2, 2021
Barcelona v Atletico Madrid – May 9, 2021
Levante v Barcelona – May 12, 2021
Barcelona v Celta Vigo – May 16, 2021
Eibar v Barcelona – May 23, 2021
Elche 0-2 Barcelona: result, summary and goals
Barcelona beat Elche and move back up to third in LaLiga. It's a deserved win in the end, but they do have Ter Stegen to thank for a crucial save 10 minutes into the second half - had Rigoni taken that one-on-one chance, the hosts would have been level and the afternoon could have turned out very differently for Barça, shows en.as.com.
For the first time since Ronald Koeman took over at the Camp Nou, Barça have registered four LaLiga wins on the trot; for Elche, on the other hand, it is now 13 league games without victory, and they drop to 19th, two points shy of safety. It should be noted that they have two games in hand on their fellow strugglers, though.
Barcelona on US TV in La Liga
|Date||Time (US PT / ET)||Game||Stream|
|January 24||7:15am / 10:15am||Elche vs Barcelona||Fanatiz|
|January 31||12pm / 3pm||Barcelona vs Athletic Club||Fanatiz|
|February 7||12pm / 3pm||Real Betis vs Barcelona||Fanatiz|
|February 14||TBD||Barcelona vs Alaves||Fanatiz|
|February 21||TBD||Barcelona vs Cadiz||Fanatiz|
All of Barcelona's La Liga games can be watched live on Fanatiz.
Barcelona in La Liga table
Despite a poor start to the season, Barcelona now find themselves back in the top four.
The disjointed beginning to the 2020-21 campaign means many teams have played a different amount of games, with Barcelona having a game in hand over all the teams in the hunt for the title except Atletico Madrid.
Atletico are four points clear of local rivals Real, but have two games in hand on most of the rest of the teams in La Liga.
Barcelona will need to pick up maximum points this week and have a favourable fixture list coming up, with games against Real Betis and Alaves as well as another match with Athletic Club on the horizon as Koeman looks to turn things around at Camp Nou, according to goal.