Spanish La Liga 2021-22 Stats
The 2021-22 La Liga season has ended, with Real Madrid easing to the title with a 13-point cushion over rivals Barcelona.
Carlo Ancelotti became the first manager to capture titles in each of Europe’s top five leagues with Real Madrid’s 35th La Liga title victory, before completing a brilliant season with a UEFA Champions League title following a win over Liverpool in the final in Paris.
The arrival of Xavi Hernández as coach revitalised Barcelona, though, while Sevilla and Real Betis both enjoyed strong seasons under Julen Lopetegui and Manuel Pellegrini respectively. Not all clubs will remember 2021-22 fondly, however, with reigning champions Atlético Madrid suffering their worst-ever campaign in the Spanish top-flight under Diego Simeone despite a third-place finish.
Granada, Levante and Alavés dropped out of the league to be replaced by Almeria, Valladolid and Girona for 2022-23.
We could go on, but crucially we don’t need to because you now have all this information at your fingertips. This page hosts all the La Liga 2021-22 stats you could ever ask for. From simpler metrics such as goals and assists to more advanced ones like Stats Perform’s expected goals, sequences and more, this review has everything you need to jump in and start exploring.