How To Bet On Champions League

The UEFA Champions League, or simply the Champions League, is European soccer’s elite competition and one that creates ample opportunities for sports bettors to get in on the action. Until 1992, the Champions League was known as the European Cup, but under the new branding the Champions League has become one of the biggest and most-lucrative soccer competitions in the world. [+]

Spain’s Real Madrid is the most successful club in the tournament’s history having won a record 10 titles, followed by Italy’s AC Milan with seven wins, then Bayern Munich, Liverpool, and Barcelona tied on five victories each, the latter being the reigning champions after defeating Juventus 3-1 in the 2015 final.

Due to the qualifying rounds, the 32-team group stage and the 16-team knockout phase, the Champions League provides soccer bettors with scores of matches on which to place wagers, some while watching the action unfold via the plentiful live coverage around the globe.

Best Champions League Betting Lines

The most popular Champions League betting lines are set for individual matches between Europe’s biggest and most successful club. However, competition long bets are also popular including outright winner and who will reach the final. Can you predict this year’s finalists? [+]

Be sure to check out the best Champions League betting lines from our leading competitors in the handy widget below, you never know when you will find some extraordinary value to take advantage of.


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What Are The Champions League Standings

Champions League matches run throughout the European soccer season so stay up to date with the latest standings so you can get your fill before betting on this fantastic competition.

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Everyone Wants To Be Champion Of Europe

Being knowledgeable about European soccer will definitely help you make profitable bets on the Champions League; it really does pay to perform some research before you make a wager.

It is not only the teams’ Champions League form that needs considering, but their domestic results, too. Scour the internet, and the pages on this site, for injury news, and reports of managers resting key players in their domestic leagues (doing so could suggest they are going all out for a Champions League win).

Another major factor is the extensive traveling some teams must endure. Teams, for the most part, travel short distances in their respective domestic competitions, but are often forced to make long-haul journeys in the Champions League. If, for example, Chelsea are drawn against a Russian outfit such as Zenith St. Petersburg, they’ll be forced to travel across Europe for a midweek game.

This makes home advantage key for Champions League games, particularly if the home team has fanatical home support that drums up a hostile or intimidating atmosphere; even some of the world’s top players fail to perform to their best when they are in a pressure-cooker of a stadium.