How can you compare Europe League?
La Liga 2015/16 is already at our doors. Almost no time to digest the recently finished season 14-15, the new edition of the League knocks on the doors of fans of the king of sports in Spain. But nevertheless, this summer break also allows us to analyze the season that ended in May 2015. How does La Liga compare to other tournaments in Europe??. We tell you with data.
Cristiano Ronaldo con 48 and Messi with 43 they were without a doubt the top scorers in the major leagues in Europe. However, despite the brutal scoring average of both and their teams , Real Madrid and Barcelona, La Liga was not the highest scoring tournament due in part to the great difference between the top and bottom teams. The highest scoring tournament was the German Bundesliga with an average of 2,77 goals per match. La Liga was the second with an average of 2,61 thanks above all to the two great ones who passed from the 100 goals.
It is surprising that tournaments like the Premier hardly reached an average of 2,55 and that it was surpassed by a tournament little given to goals like the Italian Serie A that he scored 2,57. The worst of the big leagues was the French tournament with 2,45. As for points, the League marked the biggest difference between the 1st and the last with 74 points. But it was also the League that marked the least difference between 1st and 2nd with 2 points.
The Bundesliga swept the average number of spectators. With 43043 average viewers, was the one that brought more fans to its stadiums. the premiere with 35975 spectators was the second league with more attendance while the average of the League was just over 26.000 spectators despite the fact that teams like Madrid and Barcelona practically filled their stadiums.
As we tell, Spanish teams dominate Europe since the beginning of the 21st century and returned to dominate for the second consecutive year with the victories of the Barcelona in the Champions League and Sevilla in the Europa League. In the national players section, the League was the one that bet the most on players born in Spain with a 58% while the tournament that opted for fewer players from the country was the Premier with just one 35%.
The league 1 French had a 52% of French players competing in their championship while Serie A and the Bundesliga remained in a 45 Y 48% respectively. If you want to see a more comprehensive report of the major European leagues you can see it in this infographic in which we have relied for our article.