La Liga could go to court to challenge FIFA's opposition to Spanish league games being played in the United States.
On Friday, the FIFA Council voiced its opposition to plans for Barcelona to play Girona in Florida on Jan. 26.
The proposal would need approval from the Spanish and American football federations, plus continental bodies UEFA and CONCACAF.
Speaking after a meeting of the council, FIFA president Gianni Infantino said it had backed the principle that "official league matches must be played...
Real Madrid have written a letter to the Spanish football federation (RFEF) expressing their opposition to La Liga's plans to stage a game between Girona and Barcelona in the United States in January.
The game, which would take place in suburban Miami, would be the first regular-season game held overseas as part of a 15-year marketing agreement struck between La Liga and Relevent Sports with the aim of promoting the league in North America.
The RFEF and the Spanish players' union oppose the plan...
The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has told ESPN FC that FIFA will back its decision to block a La Liga game in the United States this season.
Earlier this month, the RFEF received a request from La Liga for Girona's home match against Barcelona in January to be played in Miami.
The federation responded by telling La Liga and the clubs that it intended to veto the proposal.
La Liga president Javier Tebas said this week that he was continuing to work with the RFEF and the Spanish players'...
The president of the Spanish Footballers' Association (AFE) has said La Liga players will not play regular-season games in the United States.
On Tuesday, La Liga president Javier Tebas said plans to play Girona's home match against Barcelona in Miami on Jan. 26 were moving forward despite opposition.
"We've said it 200 million times -- the players will not go...