La Liga president Javier Tebas confirmed at the assembly of clubs on Thursday that the competition would return on June 11, ending on July 19, barring any set backs. It will start with the Sevilla v Real Betis derby, along with Rayo Vallecano v Albacete, the second division game which was suspended.
There will be games every day between then and the end of the season, with matches on at 7.30pm, 9.30pm and 10pm in the week and also at 5.30pm on weekends.
A meeting with the RFEF and La Liga is expected on Thursday where the calendar is agreed, although the AFE would also have a look at it later. It is likely to be Sunday when Tebas announces the first four weeks.
SPORT have learned that viewers will be able to watch with the audio from the stadium or an old audio where you can hear the fans.