La Liga Seasons

La Liga Seasons Table
Season Competition Name # Squads Champion Top Scorer
2020-2021La Liga20Atlético MadridLionel Messi - 30
2019-2020La Liga20Real MadridLionel Messi - 25
2018-2019La Liga20BarcelonaLionel Messi - 36
2017-2018La Liga20BarcelonaLionel Messi - 34
2016-2017La Liga20Real MadridLionel Messi - 37
2015-2016La Liga20BarcelonaLuis Suárez - 40
2014-2015La Liga20BarcelonaCristiano Ronaldo - 48
2013-2014La Liga20Atlético MadridCristiano Ronaldo - 31
2012-2013La Liga20BarcelonaLionel Messi - 46
2011-2012La Liga20Real MadridLionel Messi - 50
2010-2011La Liga20BarcelonaCristiano Ronaldo - 40
2009-2010La Liga20BarcelonaLionel Messi - 34
2008-2009La Liga20BarcelonaDiego Forlán - 32
2007-2008La Liga20Real MadridDani Güiza - 27
2006-2007La Liga20Real MadridRuud van Nistelrooy - 25
2005-2006La Liga20BarcelonaSamuel Eto'o - 26
2004-2005La Liga20BarcelonaSamuel Eto'o, Diego Forlán - 24
2003-2004La Liga20ValenciaRonaldo - 24
2002-2003La Liga20Real MadridRoy Makaay - 29
2001-2002La Liga20ValenciaDiego Tristán - 21
2000-2001La Liga20Real MadridRaúl - 24
1999-2000La Liga20Deportivo La CoruñaSalva Ballesta - 27
1998-1999La Liga20BarcelonaRaúl - 25
1997-1998La Liga20BarcelonaChristian Vieri - 24
1996-1997La Liga22Real MadridRonaldo - 34
1995-1996La Liga22Atlético MadridJuan Antonio Pizzi - 31
1994-1995La Liga20Real MadridIván Zamorano - 28
1993-1994La Liga20BarcelonaRomário - 30
1992-1993La Liga20BarcelonaBebeto - 29
1991-1992La Liga20BarcelonaManolo - 27
1990-1991La Liga20BarcelonaEmilio Butragueño - 19
1989-1990La Liga20Real MadridHugo Sánchez - 38
1988-1989La Liga20Real MadridBaltazar Maria de Morais Júnior - 35

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