Players from nine La Liga clubs will wear shirts opposing the Super League concept and backing the Champions League when they warm up ahead of their matches this midweek.
Valencia, Cadiz, Osasuna, Villarreal, Alaves, Sevilla, Levante, Athletic Bilbao and Real Betis will wear a specially-designed training top, or a version of it, which states ‘Champions League – earn it’ in England and Spanish. In addition, there will be messaging displayed on LED boards, on in-stadium screens and virtualised stands as La Liga aim to get their point across. This may be uncomfortable for Real Madrid this evening as Zinedine Zidane’s side have an away game against Cadiz. The other La Liga sides involved in the Super League project, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid, have home games against Getafe and Huesca, respectively.