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Barcelona, Athletic and RFEF face fines over Copa del Rey final

FC Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique has spelled out his ambition to win three more titles before the year is out.

Barcelona are facing a €66,000 fine as punishment for security breaches and unacceptable behaviour from a section of their fans during May's Copa del Rey final at the Camp Nou.

The anti-violence commission of the country's sports council announced a €60,000 penalty is pending as punishment for the security violations along with a further €6,000 for Barca's failure to stop a group of supporters from turning "a sporting event into a stage for political demands through intolerant acts."

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ESPYs: Lionel Messi, Robbie Keane, U.S. women's team all win awards

The Sport Science team break down the biomechanics behind Lionel Messi's magical goal in the Copa Del Rey final.

Barcelona and Argentina star Lionel Messi won the ESPY for Best International Athlete on Wednesday, beating out Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo, tennis player Novak Djokovic, golfer Lydia Ko and F1 driver Lewis Hamilton.

Messi became the all-time leading scorer in La Liga and UEFA Champions League. He helped Barcelona claim the 2014-15 Champions League title as the joint top scorer (10) and the assists leader (6).

The 2014 Ballon d'Or winner, Ronaldo led La Liga in goals for the 2014-15 season...

Telefonica buys La Liga 2015-16 rights for 600M euros

Lionel Messi had supported a strike over the way TV revenues were collected in La Liga.

MADRID -- La Liga says it has sold domestic broadcasting rights for the 2015-16 season to telecommunications company Telefonica for €600 million.

A joint statement by both parties on Friday says the agreement covers rights broadcast TV and audio coverage of the top two divisions and Copa del Rey matches.

Spain's players union, AFE, called a strike in May over how TV revenues were collected and shared in Spanish football, but the country's National Court ruled the stoppage unlawful, allowing...