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The 2007-08 La Liga season, the 77th since its establishment, started on 25 August 2007 and finished on 18 May 2008. Real Madrid defended their La Liga title successfully after a 2-1 victory over Osasuna. This season, all European leagues ended earlier than the previous season, due to the UEFA Euro 2008 championship. It also was the first year of the new La Liga television agreement that had La Sexta mark its first year of television broadcasting.

Classification

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Results

Pichichi Trophy

Goalscorers Goals Penalties Team
Dani Güiza
27
0
RCD Mallorca
Luís Fabiano
24
2
Sevilla FC
Kun Agüero
19
0
Atlético Madrid
David Villa
18
2
Valencia CF
Nihat Kahveci
18
0
Villarreal CF
Raúl
18
3
Real Madrid
Ricardo Oliveira
17
1
Zaragoza
Llorente
17
1
Real Valladolid
Samuel Eto'o
16
0
FC Barcelona
Diego Forlán
16
2
Atlético Madrid
Frédéric Kanouté
16
1
Sevilla FC
Ruud van Nistelrooy
16
3
Real Madrid


Zamora Trophy

The Zamora Trophy is awarded to top goalkeepers. It is awarded to the goalkeeper with least goals to games ratio.
Goalkeeper Goals Matches Average Team
Iker Casillas
32
36
Real Madrid
Víctor Valdés
35
35
FC Barcelona
Toño
31
30
Racing de Santander
Ricardo López Felipe
38
36
CA Osasuna
Miguel Àngel Moyà
34
29
RCD Mallorca
Roberto Abbondanzieri
42
34
Getafe CF
Carlos Kameni
38
29
RCD Espanyol
Andrés Palop
41
30
Sevilla FC
Stefano Sorrentino
60
38
Recreativo de Huelva
César Sánchez
56
35
Zaragoza


Season statistics

Scoring



Cards



Average home attendance

  • Highest average home attendance: 76,234 (Real Madrid)
  • Lowest average home attendance: 10,658 (Getafe)


Clean sheets



Overall



Home



Away



Stadia

Team Stadium Capacity
FC Barcelona Camp Noumarker 98,772
Real Madrid Santiago Bernabéumarker 80,354
RCD Espanyol Luís Companysmarker 55,926
Atlético Madrid Vicente Calderónmarker 55,005
Valencia CF Mestallamarker 55,000
Real Betis Manuel Ruiz de Loperamarker 52,132
Sevilla FC Ramón Sánchez Pizjuánmarker 45,500
Athletic Bilbao San Mamésmarker 39,750
Deportivo de La Coruña Riazormarker 34,600
Real Zaragoza La Romaredamarker 34,596
Real Murcia Nueva Condominamarker 33,045
Real Valladolid José Zorrillamarker 26,512
Levante UD Ciudad de Valenciamarker 25,354
RCD Mallorca ONO Estadimarker 23,142
Villarreal CF El Madrigalmarker 23,000
Racing de Santander El Sardineromarker 22,400
Recreativo de Huelva Nuevo Colombinomarker 21,600
CA Osasuna Estadio Reyno de Navarramarker 19,553
Getafe CF Coliseum Alfonso Pérezmarker 16,300
UD Almería Estadio del Mediterráneomarker 15,000


See also



References


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