This is the First Honor Roll: Champions, Europa League, relegations ...

On the last day, it was decided that Real Sociedad and Granada will play the Europa League, and Leganés will accompany Mallorca and Espanyol to Segunda.


LaLiga Santander has raised the curtain this Sunday to the 2019/20 season. A season marked by the break that caused the coronavirus. After 38 days the honor roll is as follows:

Champion: Real Madrid

Zinedine Zidane's team became the league champion in the absence of a day to finish the championship. The Whites raised their 34th title after scoring 27 wins, eight draws and three defeats with a balance of 70 goals for and 25 against.

Runner-up: Barcelona

The Catalans were at the forefront of the table in 15 of the 38 days until day 30 gave the throne to Real Madrid. The team, which started the season with Valverde and finished it with Setién, has added 82 points with 25 wins, seven draws and six defeats. The runner-up in the League presents final numbers of 86 goals scored and 38 received.

Champions: Atlético de Madrid and Sevilla

Atlético de Madrid and Sevilla complete the teams that will play the Champions League in 20/21, in the absence of knowing if Getafe wins the Europa League. The rojiblancos retaken LaLiga after the break in sixth place and added 25 points out of 33 possible to overcome and finish in third place with 70 points. The same figure that Sevilla got to certify fourth place.

Europa League: Villarreal, Real Sociedad and Granada

Villarreal and Real Sociedad got the direct ticket for the Europa League. The yellows secured the 5th place and with it the access to the Europa League after adding 60 points. While the 'txuri-urdín' added a point in the Metropolitan to go directly to Europe with 56 points

Seventh place went to Granada. The Nasrids will have to overcome three previous to be in the Europa League. Diego Martínez's team ended the season tied at 56 points with Real Sociedad, but with the lost golaverage.

Descent: Leganés, Mallorca and Espanyol

Leganés, Mallorca and Espanyol say goodbye to LaLiga Santander to go down to LaLiga SmartBank. Real Madrid signed Leganes' sentence in Butarque with a draw that left Lega with 36 points one point behind Celta.

Mallorca declined mathematically on the penultimate round and finished the League with 33 points. Espanyol were the first team to seal their ticket for LaLiga SmartBank with three days to go after losing to Barcelona. Parakeets finished with 25 points.

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