The 2020-21 La Liga season has ushered in a new era for Barcelona, after the ructions associated with the news that talisman Lionel Messi wanted to leave.
He stayed, but it is fair to say that the Catalan side has undergone some hardship in recent seasons, with a failure to pick up a single title in the 2019-20 season and continued faltering in the Champions League.
Real Madrid are defending their Liga title under Zinedine Zidane and Spain’s showpiece fixture inevitably promises to be one of the most highly anticipated match-ups in football.
Goal has what you need to know about when the Clasico will take place this season and more.
When is the next Clasico?
|Apr 10||Real Madrid vs Barcelona||Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano||La Liga|
The next Clasico will be held at Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano on April 10, 2021. The game will kick off at 8pm GMT (3pm ET).
It will be held at Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano because the Santiago Bernabeu is undergoing extensive renovations.
Real Madrid have the upper hand on their bitter rivals, having won the first Clasico of the season in October, beating Barcelona 3-1 at Camp Nou.
Federico Valverde, Sergio Ramos and Luka Modric all netted for the away side to cancel out Ansu Fati’s first-half strike.
Real Madrid were crowned winners of La Liga for the 34th time in 2020.
How to watch El Clasico
In the UK, La Liga matches will be available to watch and stream on La Liga TV, while Premier Sports and FreeSports also have rights for some games.
In the US, La Liga games will be broadcast on the beIN Sports network, which has both English language and Spanish language channels, as well as an online streaming service, beIN Sports Connect.
Fans in the US can also watch El Clasico on Fanatiz with a 7-day free trial. The online streaming service carries all La Liga matches, as well as a whole host of other competitions, for a monthly subscription of just $7.99.