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The King's Cup 2020-2021 kicks off for teams LaLiga Santander and of LaLiga Smartbank. A single-game tie is played, framed in the first round, in which all of them will be visitors and will face lower category rivals.

Thus, thirty-eight of the forty-two Spanish professional soccer teams will be present. This is because the four teams that will compete in the competition have not yet started their presence in the competition. Spain Supercup. That is, the current champion (Real Madrid) and runner-up (Barcelona) of the League and the two finalists of the last Copa del Rey (Athletic and Real Sociedad).

Not only the First and Second teams start their journey. So do the qualifiers for the tournament Second B and of Third division. Those who already dispute their second tie are the ten winning teams of the preliminary round, fifth category teams at the national level from different geographical areas. They beat teams of a similar category from regions other than their own during the initial round played on November 11 and will have the opportunity to face a First Division rival.

These teams will therefore experience a unique moment in their history, although the coronavirus pandemic marks the development of the competition again. The regional category teams that compete in the first round of the Copa del Rey are the Anaitasuna (Basque Country), the Racing Rioja (La Rioja), the Ribadumia (Galicia), the Cantolagua (Navarra), the Cardassar (Balearic Islands), the Tomares (Andalusia), the Racing Murcia (Murcia), the Corner (Andalusia), the Bunol (Valencian Community) and the Marchamalo (Castilla la Mancha).

The remaining six First Division teams face either one of the fourteen Third Division teams present or one of the four RFEF Cup semi-finalists. From these two groups there are twelve teams that have been paired with another twelve from Second. Ten Second B teams against ten Second B teams and the remaining Second B teams between them complete the complex mechanics with which the draw was executed.

Total, fifty-six games make up this first round, in which one hundred and twelve teams meet. Half of them will go to 1/32 final, an upcoming tie in which the four “big” teams absent in this one will join.

Where to watch the matches of the first round of the Copa del Rey?

A total of sixteen Copa del Rey matches will be broadcast. Two of them, the Cardassar-Atlético de Madrid and the UCAM Murcia-Betis, will be transmitted by both DAZN as in open by Four. The remaining matches of teams of First division will be transmitted by DAZN. Several meetings will be broadcast by Footers or by the regional televisions of each community. In total, forty-one meetings can be followed by some television channel. You will be able to follow information about everything that happens in the Sports World website.

When are the first round of Copa del Rey played and on what TV are the matches played by the Primera teams?

Tuesday December 15

Marchamalo – Huesca (19 hours, DAZN)

Tomares – Osasuna (19 hours, DAZN)

Cantolagua – Valladolid (19 hours, DAZN)

City of Lucena – Seville (20 hours, DAZN)

Wednesday December 16

Racing Murcia – Levante (7:00 p.m., DAZN)

Cardassar – Atlético de Madrid (7:00 p.m., DAZN and Cuatro)

Terrassa – Valencia (7:00 p.m., DAZN)

Buñol – Elche (9:00 p.m., DAZN)

Rincón – Alavés (9:00 p.m., DAZN)

Leioa – Villarreal (9:00 p.m., DAZN)

Thursday December 17

Ribadumia – Cádiz (7:00 p.m., DAZN)

Anaitasuna – Getafe (7:00 p.m., DAZN)

AD San ​​Juan – Granada (7:00 p.m., DAZN)

UCAM Murcia – Betis (7.30pm, DAZN and Cuatro)

Racing Rioja – Eibar (9.00 p.m., DAZN)

Llanera – Celta (9:00 p.m., DAZN)

When are they played and on what TV do they show the rest of the matches of the first round of the Copa del Rey?

Among the following meetings, those who do not have information on television will not be televised.

Tuesday December 15

Pulpileño – Lugo (18 hours)

Portugalete – Ponferradina (19 hours)

Sestao – Tenerife (19 hours, Canary TV)

Ourense – Leganés (20 hours, Galicia Television and Footters)

Coria – Oviedo (8.30 pm, Footters)

Wednesday December 16

Poblense – Olot (14 hours)

Coruxo – Málaga (15.15 hours, Galicia Television and Footters)

Loyalty – Alcorcón (3.30 pm)

Burgos – Andorra (4:00 p.m., Footters)

Córdoba – Albacete (6:00 p.m., Footters)

Quintanar del Rey – Sporting (6:00 p.m., Footters)

L’Hospitalet – Almería (6:00 pm, Footters)

San Fernando – Castellón (6:00 p.m., Footters)

Haro Deportivo – Linense (6.30 pm)

Amorebieta – Logroñés (7:00 p.m., Footters)

Atlético Baleares – Fuenlabrada (7:00 p.m.)

Ibiza Pitiusas Islands – Sabadell (19.00 hours)

Llagostera – Espanyol (7:00 p.m., TV3)

Las Rozas – Mirandés (7:00 p.m., Footters)

DUX International Madrid – Linares (7:00 p.m., Footters)

Guijuelo – Mallorca (7.30pm, Footters)

Numancia – Lorca (7.30pm, Footters)

Majadahonda – Yeclano (7.30 pm)

Gimnástica Torrelavega – Zaragoza (7:45 p.m., Aragón TV and Footters)

Marbella – Lleida (20 hours)

Zamora – Logroñés (8.30 pm)

Calahorra – La Nucía (8.30 pm)

Marino – Cornellà (9:00 p.m.)

Thursday December 17

Deportivo – El Ejido (5:00 p.m., Galicia Television and Footters)

Navalcarnero – Badajoz (6:00 p.m., Footters)

Gimnástica Segoviana – Girona (7:00 p.m., TV3)

Teruel – Rayo Vallecano (7:00 p.m., Aragón TV and Footters)

Cultural Leonesa – Villanovense (7:00 p.m., Footters)

Ibiza – Compostela (7:00 p.m.)

Peña Deportiva – Tarazona (7.30pm)

Pontevedra – Cartagena (8:00 p.m., Galicia Television and Footters)

Varea – Las Palmas (8:00 p.m., Canary TV)

Alcoyano – Laredo (8.15pm)

Mutilvera – Racing (8.15pm, Footters)

Extremadura – Socuéllamos (8.30 pm, Footters)

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Gabby Barker
Gabby is someone who is interested in all types of sports, she loves to attend watching matches live. Whenever there is a match being played in her city, she makes sure to get the tickets in advance. Due to the love for sports, she joined Sportsfinding, and started writing general sports news. Apart from writing the news, she is also the editor for the website who checks and edits every news content before they go live.

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