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LaLiga eSpace App launched to bring the El Clásico excitement closer to its fans across Bangladesh

Available in Bengali and English on the landing page, the LaLiga eSpace app be the one-stop access to the greatest game in the world

Fans all over are looking forward to the greatest clash between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona on October 24, the El Clásico. By utilizing mobile technology, LaLiga launches the LaLiga eSpace app, available for Android platform, to provide fans with interesting up-to-date, exclusives, and last-minute contents to create a complete football experience. Fans can now access footages from the previous El Clásico matches, interesting facts about the matches, testimonials from LaLiga ambassadors, games and much more, on a single mobile app.

El Clásico between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona is considered as one of the biggest football matches in the world, and the biggest match in club level. Players, coaches, fans and the media are all involved in the never-ending dispute over which club is better. El Clásico marks the most intense rivalries in the world. Prior to the match, spectators can brush up on their El Clásico knowledge to enrich their debate on which team will come out on top. Through the LaLiga eSpace application, not only can fans watch footage of previous El Clásico matches but, they can also view virtual stadium models, and interesting information about all 20 LaLiga clubs.

Fans from Bangladesh can witness the classic clash between two of the most elite clubs in Europe, for free on LaLiga’s official Facebook page on the 24th of October at 8pm local time.

Jose Antonio Cachaza, Managing Director, LaLiga, Indian Subcontinent said, “Bangladesh is a hub for football and we have seen huge fanbase for LaLiga in Bangladesh. With nearly five million fans on the LaLiga Facebook page, we need to engage with them and keep them entertained. The El Clasico is one of the most-watched football matches in the world, and we believe this would be the right time to introduce the LaLiga eSpace app to provide the fans in this region with complete football experience and their dose of quality football content.”

The LaLiga eSpace application will be available for use from 19 October onwards.  Fans can download the app on Google Play Store and, if they access to the app by registering first on Link, they will get the chance of winning official Real Madrid and Barcelona jerseys, according to their favourite club of choice.

More information about the LaLiga eSpace app and LaLiga, visit www.laliga.com.

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