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Sevilla vs Valencia live stream: How to watch 2023/24 La Liga opener online

By Mohamed Moallim

Sevilla vs Valencia live stream: How to watch La Liga opener online

Published: 15:30, 10 August 2023

Sevilla and Valencia get the 2023/24 La Liga campaign underway when they meet at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán on Friday (8:30pm, UK time).

Looking to watch Sevilla vs Valencia online? Read on for your live-streaming options.

How can I live stream Sevilla vs Valencia online?

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Sevilla vs Valencia match preview:

It was another season that ended with Europa League glory for Sevilla, which means last season’s 12th-placed La Liga side will be playing Champions League football. Karim Rekik and U21 right-back José Carmona are Sevilla’s only departures so far this summer, following the influential sporting director Monchi out of the club. Monchi has since linked up with former Sevilla head coach Unai Emery at Aston Villa. But coming into the club have been Djibril Sow, Rony Lopes, Adria Pedrosa and Loic Bade, the latter making his loan move permanent. Current boss José Luis Mendilibar replaced Jorge Sampaoli at the helm of Sevilla earlier this year and will not want to be dragged into another bottom-of-the-table fight.

Things were even worse for Valencia last season with the former Spanish champions two places and two points above the relegation zone. It’s been a tumultuous few years at Los Che with very little optimism of bright days ahead. Yunus Musah, Jorge Sáenz, Edinson Cavani, Iago Herrerín and Toni Lato are no longer at the club with Cenk Özkacar the only summer signing as we edge closer to the start of the season, but even that was simply a loan move made permanent.

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