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La Liga Football Kits

No matter which Spanish side you support, you can wear their colours for less when you grab the cheapest deals on La Liga football shirts and kits at FOOTY.COM. Packed with choice in men’s, women’s, kids’ and baby sizes, you’ll find your perfect kit for less right here. So, don’t siesta. Save.

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Cheap shirts from the Spanish top-flight

Whether you’re after El Clásico classics from the likes of Real Madrid or Barcelona, or you prefer to support the plucky underdogs of La Liga by repping the stripes of Real Betis, Real Sociedad or Granada; you’ll find the lowest prices online with us. We’ve got just about every shirt from northern Espanyol down to sun-soaked southern Sevilla.

Rifle through our wide selection of Spanish football kits from the stalwart clubs of La Liga, the bright yellows of Villarreal, crisp whites of Valencia or the bold blues of Getafe included. And it’s not all about the kits and shirts either, you can get shorts, socks and maybe it’s even time to flex some La Liga training wear. Why not grab your next cheap football kit today?

When does La Liga start and how many games are there?

Every season, La Liga kicks off its first fixtures in August. The competition runs through until May with a short Christmas break. As there are 20 teams in La Liga competing for the title (or simply to avoid relegation), it means every team plays each other home and away: a total of 380 matches across the full season.

How many teams have won La Liga?

A total of only 9 teams have won the La Liga title since it’s first official season took place in 1929. In 2020/21 Atlético Madrid claimed their third La Liga title, ending Real Madrid (34) and Barcelona’s (26) dominance of the ‘90s, ‘00s and ‘10s. Other notable teams to stick the trophy in their cabinet are Athletic Bilbao (8), Valencia (6), Real Sociedad (2) and Deportivo La Coruña, Sevilla and Real Betis all with one title each.

Who are the top scorers in La Liga history?

You may have heard of the two names at the top of the list, Messrs Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, the former setting a record which will likely never be broken. Based on their ridiculous numbers, It’s no wonder that the kids of today are so keen to wear Messi’s adidas boots or CR7’s Nike designs. Telmo Zarra of Athletic Bilbao (1940-55), Hugo Sánchez (1981-1994) and Raúl (1994-2010) make up the top 5. Maybe a certain Neymar will be upset about never reaching those heights…

More useful content at FOOTY.COM

We’re mainly about finding the best deals and saving your legwork here, but most days we do like to chip in with useful information too. That’s where our blog comes in handy. There are loads of articles to browse around football shirts, football boots, trainers and more.

For the avid gamers, we’ve got a selection of La Liga players you need to sign on FIFA. For the avid shirt collectors, we’ve got a helpful guide on how to spot a fake football shirt. There’s honestly so much content that we guarantee you’ll find something perfect for you. Put your feet up and check out our blog today.