NEWS | 04/14/2020
The Whites took the championship by defeating Zaragoza 1-2.
He Real Madrid ended that League 1956/57 with a five point advantage over Sevilla and Barcelona, second and third in the ranking respectively. On the individual side, Alfredo Di Stéfano (31 goals) was the top scorer in the competition. That Madrid team was trained by Jose Villalonga and he would get three titles that season by also winning the second European Cup and the Latin Cup.