The 2019-20 season has opened another new era for Real Madrid after a major squad overhaul in which they have welcomed the high-profile signings of Eden Hazard, Luka Jovic and Eder Militao.
Following the disappointment of last season, when they finished trophyless, the Blancos are sure to embark on another bid for silverware under Zinedine Zidane.
Barcelona, meanwhile, lifted just one trophy last season - La Liga - as they dealt with the blows of losing out on the Champions League and Copa del Rey titles.
The Spanish champions invested in their squad heavily over the summer with the signing of two stars - Frenkie de Jong and Antoine Griezmann.
Goal brings you all the information, such as when, where and how to watch the showpiece fixture between two Clasico foes in 2019-20.
When is the next Clasico?
Time (GMT / ET)
8pm / 3pm
Real Madrid vs Barcelona
The next Clasico, which is the second of the 2019-20 season, will take place on March 1, 2020 at the Santiago Bernabeu. La Liga has confirmed it'll be an evening fixture with kick-off at 8pm UK time (3pm US ET).
The first Liga Clasico between Barcelona and Real Madrid in the 2019-20 campaign – originally set to be played on October 26 – was postponed and was rescheduled for December 18 following political unrest in the region.
The game itself was tense and, unlike recent seasons, ended scoreless, with Madrid feeling aggrieved that Gareth Bale had a goal ruled out. Despite the fixture date change, there was violence after the game as police clashed with fans .
How to watch El Clasico
In the UK, fans of La Liga can watch games live on La Liga TV.
In the US, La Liga matches can be watched live with beIN Sports, while the official Liga YouTube page occasionally streams games live.