Real Madrid’s 2017-18 LaLiga schedule

23 Jul 2017

Real Madrid’s LaLiga schedule for 2017-18 will start on the weekend of 19 and 20 August. The champions The Whites will face Deportivo de La Coruña at Riazor in their first game.

The derbies against Atletico Madrid will be on matchday 12 (the weekend of November 19th) at the Wanda Metropolitano and matchday 31, either the 7th or 8th April, at the Santiago Bernabéu. The Whites’ stadium will host the first Clasico on matchday 17, which will be played on Wednesday, December 20th. The return tie will be played on matchday 36, on the weekend of May 6th. The Whites will close the LaLiga season at home to Villarreal, the weekend of May 20th.

REAL MADRID LA LIGA SCHEDULE 2017/18

1st HALF 2nd HALF MATCH

M. 1
20 August
M. 20
21 January
Deportivo de La Coruña – Real Madrid

M. 2
27 August
M. 21
28 January
Real Madrid – Valencia

M. 3
10 September
M. 22
4 February
Real Madrid – Levante

M. 4
17 September
M. 23
11 February
Real Sociedad- Real Madrid

M. 5
20 September
M. 24
18 February
Real Madrid – Betis

M. 6
24 September
J. 25
25 February
Alavés – Real Madrid

M. 7
1 October
M. 26
28 February
Real Madrid – Espanyol

M. 8
15 October
M. 27
4 March
Getafe – Real Madrid

M. 9
22 October
M. 28
11 March
Real Madrid – Eibar

M. 10
29 October
M. 29
18 March
Girona – Real Madrid

M. 11
5 November
M. 30
1 April
Real Madrid – Las Palmas

M. 12
19 November
M. 31
8 April
Atlético – Real Madrid

M. 13
26 November
M. 32
15 April
Real Madrid – Málaga

M. 14
3 December
M. 33
18 April
Athletic Club – Real Madrid
M. 15
10 December
M. 34
22 April
Real Madrid – Sevilla

M. 16
17 December
M. 35
29 April
Leganés – Real Madrid

M. 17
20 December
M. 36
6 May
Real Madrid – Barcelona

M. 18
7 January
M. 37
13 May
Celta – Real Madrid

M. 19
14 January
M. 38
20 May
Real Madrid – Villarreal

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