The two 'Clásicos' between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid now have been scheduled in the 2021/22 La Liga season. The first will come at Camp Nou on 23/24 October in the 10th game of the campaign whilst the second will be in the Santiago Bernabéu on the weekend of the 29th round of fixtures, 19/20 March.
As such the game at Camp Nou will come on the back of another home fixture, in this case against Valencia. The game following the visit of Real Madrid is a midweek fixture away at newly promoted Rayo Vallecano.
The Clásico in the Santiago Bernabéu will be preceded by a home game against Osasuna for Barça and comes just before a break in the calendar for international matches.
Another Clásico in the Spanish Super Cup
The two Clásicos in La Liga will not be the only meetings between Barça and Real Madrid in the 2021/22 season. As Copa del Rey champions in 2021, the blaugranes will face 2021 league runners up Real Madrid in the semi-finals of the Spanish Super Cup which comes in January of next year. As such, the fans will not have to wait too long for another helping of the biggest fixture in world football between the two clashes in the league.