Real Madrid and Barcelona clash again in what should be another entertaining battle between these two giants of Spain’s La Liga. beIN SPORTS, beIN Sports en Español and beIN SPORTS CONNECT will have U.S. coverage of El Clasico 2014, which begins this Saturday, Oct. 25, at 11:50am ET, live from Estadio Santiago Bernabéu in Madrid. Prior to the match, beIN SPORTS will have other coverage, including El Clasico The Movie at 9:15am ET, La Liga World Clasico special at 10:30am ET, and The Express preview show at 11am ET. The match will also be replayed a number of times afterward.
El Clasico has a long history between Real Madrid and Barcelona, with Madrid leading the rivalry with 91 wins to Barcelona’s 88. In their last meeting back in April in the final of the Copa del Rey, Real Madrid edged out Barcelona 2-1. Among things to watch for in this El Clasico 2014, Barcelona’s Lionel Messi will have the chance to become the Spanish league’s all-time record scorer. Currently at 250 career La Liga goals, Messi is just one goal away from equaling the 60-year-old record held by Telmo Zarra.
El Clasico 2014 airs live in the United States Oct. 25 at 11:50am ET on beIN SPORTS, beIN Sports en Español and beIN SPORTS CONNECT.
The match will be replayed on beIN SPORTS Oct. 25 at 7pm ET & 10pm ET, and Oct. 26 at 2am ET (in an abridged, half-hour edition) & 9am ET (half-hour edition).
It will also replay on beIN Sports en Español Oct. 25 at 7pm ET and Oct. 26 at 2am ET (half-hour abridged edition).