Msimamo Wa Laliga 2021-2022 Spain Premier League 2021/2022 Tables (standings);-Msimamo wa LA LIGA 2021/2022 Tables (standings) Spain Premier League 2021/2022 tables, results, tables, fixtures, and other stats for Premier League 2021/2022 Msimamo wa Ligi Kuu ya Hispania 2021/2022.
The top flight of Spanish football is divided into a set of groups of teams called “leagues”, with teams playing off against each other to determine which team is crowned as the “Champion”.
In order to compete, clubs must achieve a certain amount of “points”, with a number of them being allocated at the end of each season to determine which sides are “top” and “bottom”.
In the Spanish Premier League, a team is crowned as the “Champion” when they have won the league title the previous season.
Although the final standings are often determined well in advance, the table below provides an indication of where the sides stand heading into the new season.
Spanish Premier League table 2022: Groups and Standings
In the table below, the blue boxes indicate the group in which a club currently sits, with the corresponding number in parentheses next to the club’s name. Clubs with multiple entries in a group are listed under that group.
Clubs from Spain, Portugal, and Italy are represented, with each group containing between two and ten teams.
Click on the team names or the team logo to find out more about them and their history.
In the table below, the blue boxes indicate the group in which a club currently sits, with the corresponding number in parentheses next to the club’s name. Clubs with multiple entries in a group
|2||Atlético de Madrid||33||18||7||8||59||39||+20||61|
Premier League Table: Top Scores and Gains, March 12
A total of 60 teams contested the league in the year 2022, including the champions, who will also meet the Champions League group stage format.
All matches are scheduled to take place between April and July 2022.
The teams finishing first, second, and third in the league after the winter break will automatically qualify for the UEFA Champions League. The champions will go straight into the Champions League.
The remaining 15 teams will compete in a two-legged playoff final, with the winner securing a place in the Champions League group stage.
For the first time, clubs will be able to sign players with a higher salary than what they are allowed to pay under FIFA regulations.
This table shows the top scores, wins, and points of each club in the Italian Serie A and the Premier League, as well as the fixtures and results of each match between the two leagues.