Barcelona's 2019-20 LaLiga fixtures in full
Barcelona have discovered their schedule for the 2019-20 LaLiga season, which includes Clasico dates with Real Madrid in October and March.
Barcelona's bid for a third successive LaLiga title and 27th overall will begin and end away from Camp Nou.
Ernesto Valverde's men are set to visit Athletic Bilbao in their opening fixture of the new season on August 18, whil they will conclude the campaign on the road to Deportivo Alaves on May 24.
Barça beat rivals Real Madrid twice last term and will hope to continue their Clasico dominance in 2019-20. Camp Nou plays host to the first encounter on October 27, with the return match scheduled for March 1.
Delivering domestically is certain to again be a priority for head coach Valverde and captain Lionel Messi but the club's increasingly impatient need to claim another Champions League crown will serve as a major subplot throughout the course of the season.
All dates in the full fixture schedule below are subject to change.
Barcelona's 2019-20 LaLiga fixtures in full:
August 18: Athletic Bilbao v Barcelona
August 25: Barcelona v Real Betis
September 1: Osasuna v Barcelona
September 15: Barcelona v Valencia
September 22: Granada v Barcelona
September 25: Barcelona v Villarreal
September 29: Getafe v Barcelona
October 6: Barcelona v Sevilla
October 20: Eibar v Barcelona
October 27: Barcelona v Real Madrid
October 30: Barcelona v Real Valladolid
November 3: Levante v Barcelona
November 10: Barcelona v Celta Vigo
November 24: Leganes v Barcelona
December 1: Atletico Madrid v Barcelona
December 8: Barcelona v Mallorca
December 15: Real Sociedad v Barcelona
December 22: Barcelona v Deportivo Alaves
January 5: Espanyol v Barcelona
January 19: Barcelona v Granada
January 26: Valencia v Barcelona
February 2: Barcelona v Levante
February 9: Real Betis v Barcelona
February 16: Barcelona v Getafe
February 23: Barcelona v Eibar
March 1: Real Madrid v Barcelona
March 8: Barcelona v Real Sociedad
March 15: Mallorca v Barcelona
March 22: Barcelona v Leganes
April 5: Sevilla v Barcelona
April 12: Barcelona v Athletic Bilbao
April 22: Celta Vigo v Barcelona
April 26: Barcelona v Atletico Madrid
May 3: Villarreal v Barcelona
May 10: Barcelona v Espanyol
May 13: Real Valladolid v Barcelona
May 17: Barcelona v Osasuna
May 24: Deportivo Alaves v Barcelona
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