30 Aug 2003 – 23 May 2004
| Valencia (group stage)
Barcelona (group stage)
Deportivo (3rd qualifying round)
Real Madrid (3rd qualifying round)|
Athletic Bilbao (first round)
Sevilla (first round)
Zaragoza (first round) (via Copa del Rey)
Atlético Madrid (third round)
Villarreal (second round)
Real Valladolid, Celta de Vigo, Real Murcia
2002–03 La Liga, 2004–05 La Liga, 2001–02 La Liga, 2009–10 La Liga, 1996–97 La Liga
The 2003–04 La Liga season, the 73rd since its establishment, started on 30 August 2003 and finished on 23 May 2004. Valencia were crowned champions for the 6th time in their history.
2003–04 La Liga Wikipedia
Teams promoted from 2002–03 Segunda División:Real Murcia
Teams relegated to 2003–04 Segunda División:Rayo Vallecano relegated after drawing with RCD Mallorca on 1 June 2003
Deportivo Alavés relegated after losing to Real Betis on 1 June 2003
Recreativo de Huelva relegated after losing to Sevilla FC on 1 June 2003
2003–04 season was composed of the following clubs:Albacete Balompié
Celta de Vigo
Deportivo de La Coruña
Racing de Santander
Source: LFPMost wins - Valencia (23)
Fewest wins - Murcia (5)
Most draws - Osasuna (15)
Fewest draws - Espanyol (4)
Most losses - Murcia (22)
Fewest losses - Valencia (7)
Most goals scored - Real Madrid (72)
Fewest goals scored - Murcia (29)
Most goals conceded - Celta de Vigo (68)
Fewest goals conceded - Valencia (27)
1 ^ The home team is listed in the left-hand column.
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
For coming matches, an a indicates there is an article about the match.
The Pichichi Trophy is awarded to the player who scores the most goals in a season.
Valencia was the winner of the Fair-play award with 99 points.
Joan Laporta (Barcelona president) and José María Alanís (CD Siempre Alegres footballer)