The season may be on hold but that hasn’t stopped us from delving through the numbers that have made up Spain’s topflight this season.
So, without further ado, here’s a break down of some interesting statistics that you can impress your friends during this ongoing break in play.
This is the number of teams who can boast having held top spot in La Liga at least once this season. Real Madrid, Barcelona unsurprisingly make two of them but Sevilla, Atletico Madrid and even Athletic Bilbao have all had at least one game week at the top.
This is the total number of goals scored at the end of the game week 27 when the league was suspended.
Barcelona themselves have contributed nearly ten percent of all those with 63 strikes whilst Leganes have the fewest with just 21.
The number of goals La Liga’s top scorer Lionel Messi has scored this season. As mentioned above, that total is only two shy of Leganes total team effort this campaign.
This is the lowest attendance of any game in La Liga this season. Just 5341 fans filled out Eibar’s Ipurua Municipal Stadium for their 3-0 win over Granada in December.
The total reported attendance this season of Spanish topflight games. That equates to an average of 17,150 per game.
Sticking with the match theme, two-hundred and seventy is the total number of games that have been completed in La Liga this season before the campaign was put on hold.
The highest scoring game in La Liga this season was the 4-4 draw between Villarreal and Granada at the Estadio de la Cerámica back in August.
The number of managerial changes already this season. Remarkably, three of those are from Espanyol alone when Rubi left for Real Betis in June, David Gallego was then sacked in October and Pablo Machin dumped on the 23rd December.
This is the average number of goals per game across all 270 La Liga games this season.
And finally, the number of games each team still needs to play in order to complete the season.