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Classification of the Spanish Soccer League, the LFP
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The Spanish League (LFP) is the conference where Spain's best soccer teams compete. It has been held annually since 1929 and the season usually takes place between September and June. Currently, the first division of the league is formed by 20 teams that play each other, once in each field (at home and at the opponent's field.) The two most prominent teams, whose rivalry is world renown, are the Real Madrid and the F.C. Barcelona. However, it is also noteworthy to mention other classic teams of the Spanish league like the Atlético de Madrid, the Athletic de Bilbao, the Sevilla and the Valencia. This ranking contains the classifications of all the seasons of the Spanish league since the creation of the competition.

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Teamcolumns columns Points  (pts)
1Real Madrid C.F.Real Madrid C.F.53
2Real SociedadReal Sociedad52
3Real S. de GijónReal S. de Gijón39
4F.C. BarcelonaF.C. Barcelona38
5Real Betis B. S.Real Betis B. S.36
6Valencia C.F.Valencia C.F.36
7Ath. Club BilbaoAth. Club Bilbao35
8Sevilla F.C.Sevilla F.C.34
9U.D. SalamancaU.D. Salamanca34
10R. Zaragoza C.D.R. Zaragoza C.D.33
11UD Las PalmasUD Las Palmas32
12At. de MadridAt. de Madrid31
13UD AlmeríaUD Almería31
14R.C.D. EspanyolR.C.D. Espanyol30
15Hércules C.F.Hércules C.F.28
16Rayo VallecanoRayo Vallecano26
17C.D. MálagaC.D. Málaga22
18Burgos C.F.Burgos C.F.20
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