Kirkbride, United Kingdom, October 10, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- El-clasico-live.com( http://www.el-clasico-live.com/ ) is a new website fully dedicated to arguably the biggest club football match in world football - FC Barcelona v Real Madrid.
El Clasico - The Classic - is the name given to any football match between the two biggest clubs in Spain - FC Barcelona and Real Madrid. The match dates back as far as 1902 with the first league game between the two sides taking place in 1929.
The site has been launched in time for the first El Clasico of the La Liga season this Sunday, 7th October when Jose Mourinho's Madrid team visit the Camp Nou to face Tito Vilanovo's Barcelona side.
El-clasico-live.com( http://www.el-clasico-live.com/ ) allows readers to get all the latest news, fixtures and results about the famous fixture. The website also gives readers betting tips, predictions and video blogs from a team of expert football journalists.
The site also gives football fans some great stats about the match including all-time top goalscorers, biggest wins and head-to-head results from all League and Cup games as well as the Champions League matches.
Readers will be given access to free live streams of each El Clasico of the season through partnered bookmakers so they will never miss FC Barcelona v Real Madrid again.
FC Barcelona and Real Madrid fans can follow how their teams are preforming throughout the La Liga season and Cope Del Rey matches with results and scores from all their games as they build up to El Clasico.
Managing Editor Raymond Doyle said "'FC Barcelona v Real Madrid' is one of the most watched football matches on the planet with the world's best players on show. We wanted to build a one-stop-shop for not only FC Barcelona and Real Madrid fans but also football fans who love to watch the likes of Lionel Messi, Andres Iniesta and Cristiano Ronaldo in action."
"The site not only shows readers where they can watch El Clasico for free but also some great stats from down the years of this wonderful football match." he concluded.
For more information contact Raymond Doyle: