The Spanish football season will be allowed to finish after the week-long Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) suspension and players’ strike ended, the BBC reports.
After Spain’s High Court ruled the players’ strike over a TV rights dispute was unlawful, the RFEF reversed a suspension of the end of the season.
Barcelona can win La Liga on Sunday, with a game to spare, if they beat current champions Atletico Madrid.
The Spanish Cup final will also go ahead as planned on 30 May.
Barca, who have also reached the Champions League final where they will take on Juventus, play Athletic Bilbao at the Nou Camp in the domestic Copa del Rey final.
The RFEF and the players’ union (AFE) are not satisfied with a new law introducing collective bargaining for domestic television rights, which was supported by the National Professional Football League (LFP) which runs Spain’s top two professional divisions.