There are so many leagues out there for fans to bet on and predict on and this stage, that you won’t be surprised to discover we also cover the majority of them. We primarily discuss the six biggest leagues (in our mind) that we’re going to go on to discuss now, and all of them have unique traits and attributes that we believe make them fascinating to watch.
Premier League – The English Premier League is considered by many to be the most entertaining division of football on the planet, and it’s kind of hard to argue against that. Many of the world’s top clubs compete there, and when it comes to the finances involved, it’s pretty difficult to say they aren’t at the top of the list. Manchester United are obviously considered to be the biggest name, but alongside them you’ve got the likes of Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea and so many more.
La Liga or Primera Division – Perhaps the greatest footballer we’ve ever seen, Lionel Messi, has been calling La Liga home with Barcelona for longer than we can remember. As such that kind of puts them forward as one of the primary frontrunners in the debate of ‘best league in the world’, and the actual style of play certainly suits that theory. Things are a bit slower over there with Barca, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid often dominating proceedings, but they certainly know how to get results.
Serie A – The Italian league is on the rise after spending a few years in the doldrums, and it is being led by the surging juggernaut of Juventus. They’ve been consistently reigning supreme for almost a decade now, and in the last twelve months, they’ve had Cristiano Ronaldo guiding the way. You’ve also got both Milan clubs who are steeped in history, as well as Napoli, Lazio and Roma.
Bundesliga – Football is a simple game: you run around for 90 minutes, and then at the end, the Germans win. That’s the famous saying, and while it hasn’t been as true in the last few years as it has in previous generations, they’re still located towards the top of the food chain. The Bundesliga clubs have some of the most insane fans we’ve ever seen, with Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich continuing to set the standard at the top.
Ligue 1 – Ligue 1 is the home nation of the current world champions France, which should tell you all that you need to know regarding the talent they produce over there. The quality of the league itself isn’t considered to be on the same level as some of the alternatives we’ve already listed, but even so, it’s hard not to marvel at the excellence of Paris Saint-Germain after what they’ve been able to accomplish in recent times.
Champions League – The pinnacle of European football. The Champions League brings together the biggest and best teams from throughout the continent, in a competition that allows them to battle it out and determine who really does stand at the top of the mountain. Real Madrid have dominated in recent years, but beyond that, the quality of football is always just so remarkable to watch.
Europa League – For the teams who are just on the edge of greatness, the Europa League provides them with a chance to prove that they can do battle with other sides from across Europe. The winner of this competition is able to make their way into the UCL the following season, which is a big enough incentive for anyone. Historically, the Spanish teams seem to thrive here.
We don't stop covering only these six leagues. Each season we add new leagues giving our visitors the most accurate football tips and predictions out there. During summer, when regular leagues are in a break, we cover the most important tournaments as well.