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Liga F

Real Madrid Femenino vs Barcelona: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time & where to watch

Matchday 21 of Liga F wraps up with a big one, as all eyes turn towards Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano, where Real Madrid Women welcome Barcelona Women for the latest installment of El Classico Femenino.

The Blaugrana are leading La Liga F solidly, accumulating 58 points after 20 rounds, while second-placed Real Madrid have picked up 49 points, aggressively chasing their traditional rivals.

Here GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.

Real Madrid Femenino vs Barcelona kick-off time

Date:Sunday, March 24, 2024
Kick-off time:5:00 pm GMT
Venue:Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano

The Spanish Primera Division Femenina match between Real Madrid and Barcelona will be played at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano in Madrid, Spain.

It will kick off at 5:00 pm GMT on Sunday, March 24, 2024, in the United Kingdom (UK).

How to watch Real Madrid Femenino vs Barcelona online - TV channels & live streams

In the UK, the game is available to watch and stream online live through TNT Sports 2 and is available to stream online live through discovery+.

Fans who are unable to watch the game can follow the live updates on GOAL.

How to watch anywhere with VPN

If you are abroad, you may need to use a virtual private network (VPN) in order to watch games using your usual streaming service. A VPN, such as NordVPN, allows you to establish a secure connection online when streaming. If you are not sure which VPN to use, check out GOAL's guide to the best VPNs for streaming sport.

Team news & squads

Real Madrid Femenino team news

The hosts could only edge out a 1-0 victory over Eibar in their most recent Liga F outing, with defender Ivana Andres' early goal proving to be the difference.

Teenage attacking sensation Linda Caicedo is improving and developing at quite a rate, and she can wreak havoc in Barca's defence when she drifts centrally from her wide role. Athenea del Castillo and Signe Brunn have been the standout performers for Los Blancos this season in terms of goal contributions.

Real Madrid Women possible XI: Misa; Robles, Galvez, Andres, Svava; Teresa, Toletti; Caicedo, Raso, Athenea; Brunn.

Goalkeepers:Misa, Mylene Chavas
Defenders:K. Robles, Rocio, Ivana, Olga, Oihane, Kathellen, Svava
Midfielders:Teresa, Toletti, Maite, Weir, Zornoza, Freja Siri
Forwards:Brunn, Raso, Moller, C. Camacho, Linda C., Feller, Athenea

Barcelona team news

Spanish defender Mapi Leon will miss out from the visitor's defensive lineup owing to a knee injury, while Jana Fernandez is also out on the treatment room with a hamstring issue.

The spotlight inevitably falls on Caroline Graham Hansen, whose extraordinary contributions this season have been nothing short of remarkable. With 21 goals and 19 assists to her name from 24 Liga F and Champions League matches, Hansen's influence on the pitch is undeniable.

Ballon d'Or holders Aitana Bonmati and Salma Paralluelo have been the soul of this side, and will feature from the get-go.

Barcelona Women possible XI: Coll; Bronze, Paredes, Engen, Batlle; Bonmatí, Walsh, Guijarro; Graham Hansen, Caldentey, Paralluelo.

Goalkeepers:Panos, Coll, Gemma
Defenders:Paredes, Leon, Jana, Marta, Bronze, O. Batlle
Midfielders:Alexia, Patri, Aitana, Walsh, Engen, Brugts
Forwards:Pina, Paralluelo, Mariona, Graham, Rolfo, Bruna, Oshoala

Head-to-Head Record

DateMatch Competition
17/01/24Barcelona 4-0 Real MadridSupercopa Femenina
19/11/23Barcelona 5-0 Real MadridLiga F
25/03/23Barcelona 1-0 Real MadridLiga F
19/01/23Barcelona 3-1 Real MadridSupercopa Femenina
06/11/22Real Madrid 0-4 BarcelonaLiga F

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