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2015–16 La Liga - Wikipedia

The 2015–16 La Liga football season (known as the Liga BBVA for sponsorship reasons) was the 85th since its establishment. Barcelona were the defending champions. It started on 21 August 2015 and concluded on 15 May 2016. Barcelona retained the title (their 24th Liga title) after beating Granada 3–0 on the final matchday.

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2015–16 La Liga | Football Wiki | Fandom

The 2015–16 La Liga season (known as the Liga BBVA for sponsorship reasons) was the 85th since its establishment. Barcelona are the defending champions. The season is scheduled to start on 22 August 2015, and will conclude on 15 May 2016. A total of 20 teams will contest the league, including 17...

Spain La Liga 2015/2016 table, results and statistics

Spain La Liga 2015/2016 table, full stats, livescores. League, teams and player statistics. Check ...

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2015-16 La Liga: Team of the season - Sportskeeda

0. Modified 18 May 2016. Listicle. 2015-16 La Liga season has come to an end with FC Barcelona winning their 24th title. The title race went all the way to the wire as the runners-up Real Madrid ...

It’s the Sids 2016! The complete review of the 2015-16 La ...

La Liga. It’s the Sids 2016! The complete review of the 2015-16 La Liga season. From British managers’ struggles to heaps of silverware for Spanish clubs, via stunning goals from Iñaki ...

2015–16 FC Barcelona season - Wikipedia

2015–16 season; President: Josep Maria Bartomeu: Head Coach: Luis Enrique: Stadium: Camp Nou: La Liga: 1st: Copa del Rey: Winners: Supercopa de España: Runners-up: UEFA Champions League: Quarter-finals: UEFA Super Cup: Winners: FIFA Club World Cup: Winners: Top goalscorer: League: Luis Suárez (40) All: Luis Suárez (59) Highest home attendance: 99,264 vs Real Madrid (2 April 2016)

La Liga records and statistics - Wikipedia

Only player to score 4 goals (super hat-tricks) in 2 consecutive matches in La Liga history in a single season: 2, Luis Suárez (matchdays 34 and 35, season 201516) Only players to be involved in 7 goals in a single match in La Liga history: joint record:

2015–16 Real Madrid CF season - Wikipedia

The 2015–16 season was Real Madrid Club de Fútbol 's 112th season in existence and the club's 85th consecutive season in the top flight of Spanish football. It covered a period from 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016. The season was the first since 1998–99 without Iker Casillas, who departed to FC Porto .

2015–16 Levante UD season - Wikipedia

2015–16 season; President: Quico Catalán: Head coach: Lucas Alcaraz: Stadium: Ciutat de València: La Liga: 20th (relegated) Copa del Rey: Round of 32: Top goalscorer: League: Deyverson (9) All: Deyverson (9) Highest home attendance: 22,424: Lowest home attendance: 9,225: Average home league attendance: 13,645

2015–16 Segunda División - Wikipedia

The 2015–16 Segunda División season, also known as Liga Adelante for sponsorship reasons, was the 85th since its establishment.

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