La Liga Penalty Takers 2019/20

Who takes penalties in La Liga? Read our accurate and frequently updated table of La Liga Penalty Takers for the 2019/20 season. The tables include information on the first choice and backup penalty takers for each club.


La Liga Penalty Takers 2019/20

Team Penalty Taker Backup Penalty Taker
Alavés L. Pérez Joselu
Athletic Bilbao R. Garcia S. Ñíguez, D. Costa
Atlético Madrid A. Morata C. Wilson
Barcelona L. Messi L. Suárez
Celta Vigo I. Aspas Nolito
Eibar Charles F. Orellana
Espanyol A. Embarba M. Roca, de Tomás
Getafe J. Mata J. Molina, A. Rodríguez
Granada R. Soldado D. Machis, A. Vadillo
Leganés O. Rodrígues M. Guerrero
Levante R. Martí G. Melero
Mallorca L. Junior A. Budimir
Osasuna R. Torres A. López, R. Garcia
Real Betis S. Canales N. Fekir, Joaquín
Real Madrid S. Ramos K. Benzema
Real Sociedad M. Oyarzabal Portu
Sevilla L. Ocampos E. Banega
Valencia D. Parejo K. Gameiro, M. Gómez
Valladolid E. Ünal Michel
Villarreal S. Cazorla M. Trigueros, G. Moreno

List of La Liga Penalties 2019/20

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