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Sky Sports will show more than 300 live La Liga matches throughout the 2015-16 season, with coverage extended to TV, online and mobile devices.

Viewers can watch all televised games through Sky's TV channels, Sky Sports Xtra, and on the Sky Sports app.

The league contains two of the biggest names in world football, Real Madrid and Barcelona, and viewers can get even closer to both clubs with live interactive commentary.

Viewers can also keep up with all the rest of the action throughout the season thanks to regular audio and video content, including the Top 5 La Liga Goals and the La Liga Weekly Podcast.

Fans can also keep up to date with all the latest news, previews and match reports from the Spanish league on Sky Sports News HQ and across online and social platforms, with the company's website continuing with its dedicated La Liga section and a transfer news service active throughout the season.

Gary Hughes, Executive Producer of Sky Sports football, said: “La Liga is one of the best leagues in the world with incredible players and unmissable matches. The way football fans follow the action is changing and we in Sky Sports are best placed to embrace that with seamless coverage across TV, mobile and online. "For the first time, we’ll have over 300 live matches through TV, interactive and digital platforms. It’s going to be a fantastic season.”

La Liga is just one part of Sky's football coverage for the upcoming season, with the company remaining in a strong position in the market, despite increasing competition from BT Sport, which has already pinched exclusive coverage of the UEFA Champions League and even came close to securing a deal for Spanish football earlier in the summer.

BT was reportedly unhappy about the bidding process for La Liga coverage, but the news was certainly a boost for Sky, which is also set to show 116 matches from the Barclays Premier League, 127 from the Sky Bet Football League, as well as coverage of the Capital One Cup and UEFA Euro 2016 and FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifiers.

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