Liga F Live on TV, Football today

Liga F: At this time there is no football match being televised. You can check the history of previous televised matches

Sunday, 16/06/2024
11:00
  • Liga F
Valencia Féminas FC Barcelona Women
Saturday, 15/06/2024
11:00
  • Liga F
Levante Women Madrid CFF
Sunday, 09/06/2024
19:30
  • Liga F
FC Barcelona Women Real Betis Women
Tuesday, 14/05/2024
17:00
  • Liga F
Eibar Women FC Barcelona Women
Saturday, 11/05/2024
20:00
  • Liga F
Real Madrid Women At. Madrid Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Friday, 10/05/2024
19:30
  • Liga F
FC Barcelona Women Athletic Women
Sunday, 31/03/2024
17:00
  • Liga F
Levante Women FC Barcelona Women
  • TNT Sports 4
Sunday, 24/03/2024
17:00
  • Liga F
Real Madrid Women FC Barcelona Women
  • TNT Sports 2
Saturday, 16/03/2024
19:00
  • Liga F
Real Madrid Women Eibar Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Sunday, 18/02/2024
12:30
  • Liga F
FC Barcelona Women At. Madrid Women
  • TNT Sports 1
  • TNT Sports 2
Wednesday, 14/02/2024
17:00
  • Liga F
FC Barcelona Women Levante Women
  • TNT Sports 2
Saturday, 06/01/2024
17:30
  • Liga F
FC Barcelona Women Levante Las Planas
  • TNT Sports 1
Sunday, 17/12/2023
11:00
  • Liga F
Costa Adeje Tenerife FC Barcelona Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
  • TNT Sports 4
Sunday, 19/11/2023
11:00
  • Liga F
FC Barcelona Women Real Madrid Women
  • TNT Sports 3
Friday, 10/11/2023
19:00
  • Liga F
Real Madrid Women Real Sociedad Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Sunday, 05/11/2023
15:00
  • Liga F
FC Barcelona Women Sevilla FC Women
Saturday, 04/11/2023
17:30
  • Liga F
Eibar Women Real Madrid Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Sunday, 22/10/2023
17:30
  • Liga F
Real Madrid Women Levante Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Saturday, 21/10/2023
17:30
  • Liga F
FC Barcelona Women Granada Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Sunday, 08/10/2023
17:30
  • Liga F
FC Barcelona Women Real Sociedad Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Saturday, 07/10/2023
19:30
  • Liga F
Real Madrid Women Villarreal Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Thursday, 05/10/2023
19:00
  • Liga F
FC Barcelona Women Valencia Féminas
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Wednesday, 04/10/2023
19:00
  • Liga F
Real Madrid Women Real Betis Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Sunday, 01/10/2023
11:00
  • Liga F
Costa Adeje Tenerife Real Madrid Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
18:00
  • Liga F
Sporting Huelva FC Barcelona Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Saturday, 16/09/2023
11:00
  • Liga F
At. Madrid Women Athletic Women
  • DAZN UEFA Women's Champions League Youtube
18:00
  • Liga F
Madrid CFF FC Barcelona Women
  • DAZN UEFA Women's Champions League Youtube
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Friday, 15/09/2023
20:00
  • Liga F
Valencia Féminas Real Madrid Women
  • DAZN UEFA Women's Champions League Youtube
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Sunday, 21/05/2023
11:00
  • Liga F
Madrid CFF FC Barcelona Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
  • DAZN UEFA Women's Champions League Youtube
15:00
  • Liga F
Levante Women Real Betis Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
  • DAZN UEFA Women's Champions League Youtube
Friday, 19/05/2023
18:00
  • Liga F
Real Sociedad Women Real Madrid Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
  • DAZN UEFA Women's Champions League Youtube
Sunday, 14/05/2023
11:00
  • Liga F
Real Madrid Women Levante Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
  • DAZN UEFA Women's Champions League Youtube
Saturday, 13/05/2023
11:00
  • Liga F
FC Barcelona Women Athletic Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
11:00
  • Liga F
Villarreal Women At. Madrid Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Wednesday, 10/05/2023
18:00
  • Liga F
Sevilla FC Women FC Barcelona Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Sunday, 07/05/2023
11:00
  • Liga F
Athletic Women Real Betis Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Saturday, 06/05/2023
11:00
  • Liga F
At. Madrid Women Levante Las Planas
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
17:15
  • Liga F
Real Sociedad Women FC Barcelona Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Friday, 05/05/2023
19:00
  • Liga F
Sevilla FC Women Real Madrid Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
  • DAZN UEFA Women's Champions League Youtube
Sunday, 30/04/2023
11:00
  • Liga F
Real Betis Women At. Madrid Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
15:00
  • Liga F
FC Barcelona Women Sporting Huelva
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
17:00
  • Liga F
Real Madrid Women Madrid CFF
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Sunday, 23/04/2023
11:00
  • Liga F
At. Madrid Women Levante Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
17:00
  • Liga F
Real Madrid Women Villarreal Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Sunday, 16/04/2023
17:00
  • Liga F
Real Betis Women Real Madrid Women
  • DAZN UEFA Women's Champions League Youtube
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Saturday, 15/04/2023
11:00
  • Liga F
FC Barcelona Women At. Madrid Women
  • DAZN UEFA Women's Champions League Youtube
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
17:15
  • Liga F
Levante Women Villarreal Women
  • DAZN UEFA Women's Champions League Youtube
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Sunday, 02/04/2023
11:00
  • Liga F
Real Sociedad Women Athletic Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
17:00
  • Liga F
Alhama CF FC Barcelona Women
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
Friday, 31/03/2023
20:00
  • Liga F
Real Madrid Women Levante Las Planas
  • DAZN Women's Football YouTube
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At this time, there are no live televised Liga F events but we show you a history with the TV guide of the last broadcast seen on television.

We will update this Liga F agenda on TV when we receive confirmation from official media of the next live televised events of Liga F.

Since the beginning of this website, 157 live televised events have been published.

The first event published was on Sunday 4 October 2020 and the channel that broadcast Liga F matches the most times was DAZN Women's Football YouTube with a total of 70.

For more information, please access the website of Liga F.

The Primera Iberdrola is the first division of women's football in Spain . Its foundation dates from 1988 and is managed by the Royal Spanish Football Federation . It is one of the main leagues in the European organization chart based on its UEFA coefficient. As established by the Higher Sports Council, since the 2021-22 season it is considered a professional sports competition.

It was born under the name of Women's National League and started as an amateur tournament. The Peña Barcelonista Barcilona, Barcelona, Sabadell, Espanyol, Puente Castro, Santa María Atlético, Parque Alcobendas and Vallès Occidental were the nine registered. Over the years, and despite economic difficulties, it grew both in importance and in participants. In 1996-97 it was renamed the Women's Honor Division and had 42 teams. This caused them to be grouped into four different groups depending on their geographical location.

Looking ahead to 2001-02, there was another change of the Female Super League name and format. It now had 11 teams and it was decided that the winner represented Spain in the Women's Champions League . In 2009, the RFEF increased the number to 24 competitors to encourage La Liga clubs to enter women's football . A structure that only lasted for two years, until the one that prevails today was established.

The Primera Iberdrola is made up of 16 clubs. They face each other in a round-trip format for 30 days. The three with the most points in the standings enter the Women's Champions League. The two worst go down to the Iberdrola Challenge . In the event of a tie on points between two teams, equality is broken in favor of the overall winner of the direct duels between the two.

The pandemic also hit the Primera Iberdrola 2019-20 hard. Only 21 of the 30 established days could be played. The federative body decided to crown Barcelona as champion, which when the tournament was stopped had an eight-point advantage in the standings over Atlético de Madrid . In addition, it was decreed that there would be no decreases, so the number of participants for the next edition rose to 18. For the 2020-21 season, the number of established decreases was four to return to the fixed number of 16.

Some of the players who have left a great mark in the competition are Natalia Pablos, Mari Paz Vilas, Vero Boquete, Jenni Hermoso, Nekane Díaz and Erika Vázquez .