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Borussia-Park Stadium

Borussia-Park Stadium

The Stadion im Borussia-Park, known simply as Borussia-Park or for marketing purposes as BORUSSIA-PARK, is the home stadium of top-level German football team Borussia Monchengladbach. The venue sits just four miles from the centre of Monchengladbach, in North Rhine-Westphalia. The arena was built to replace the football club’s old stadium, Bokelbergstadion. The old stadium was…

Signal Iduna Park

Signal Iduna Park

Among the most famous atmospheres created for home football matches anywhere in the world is generated for Borussia Dortmund at their home, Signal Iduna Park. The venus is known as this due to sponsorship. However, it is better known to many as the Westfalenstadion. It sits just two miles from the centre of Dortmund to…

Deutsche Bank Park Stadium

Deutsche Bank Park Stadium

Deutsche Bank Park sits just 4½ miles from the centre of Frankfurt. It is the home of German football side Eintracht, the Waldstadion. Due to sponsorship, this venue has been known as the Commerzbank Arena and now Deutsche Bank Park, but despite the new names has been a fixture on the German football circuit since…

BayArena

BayArena

The Bay Arena, stylised as the BayArena, is the home stadium of top German football side Bayer 04 Leverkusen. The ground is situated in Leverkusen itself, in North Rhine-Westphalia. It has hosted the football club since 1958 when it was known under a different name. Stadium History Initially, Leverkusen’s stadium was known as the Ulrich…

Allianz Arena

Allianz Arena

Home to the mighty Bayern Munich since it opened in 2002, the Allianz Arena (known as this for sponsorship reasons), is a hugely imposing purpose-built football stadium. The arena sits in the north of the city, just eight miles and 20 minutes by car from the centre of Munich. Allianz Arena History Initially, with a…

Union Berlin

Union Berlin

FC Union Berlin is a professional football club that is found in Berlin. While the club under its current name first came to the fore in 19656, it has been around in some shape or another since 1906. For many years over the past decade, they have been playing in the second tier of football…

Werder Bremen

Werder Bremen

Werder Bremen is a sports club that is found in Bremen, Free Hanseatic City of Bremen. The club was started in 1899 and its main sports team is its football side. They play in the top tier of football in Germany and has the record for the most seasons playing in the Bundesliga, as well…

VfL Wolfsburg

VfL Wolfsburg

VfL Wolfsburg is a sports club that is found in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony. The origins of the club came from a bunch of workers at Volkswagen. As well as its football team, there are also the likes of athletics, handball and badminton on offer through VfL Wolfsburg. The men’s senior team takes part in the…

Schüco Arena

Schüco Arena

Schüco Arena is the stadium that plays host to the home games of Arminia Bielefeld in Germany. The original name of the arena is Bielefelder Alm, but it is called Schüco Arena for sponsorship reasons. The stadium holds more than 26,000 fans and is normally used for home games. History of Schüco Arena 1926 The…

VfB Stuttgart

VfB Stuttgart

VfB Stuttgart is based in Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg and was originally started in 1893. It is one of the biggest football clubs in Germany, playing in the top tier of football in the country. Over the years, they have captured the league title on five occasions, as well as winning the DFB-Pokal three times and a…

FC Köln

FC Köln

FC Köln is also sometimes called FC Cologne and it is a football team that is found in Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia. The club has been around since 1948 when two local clubs amalgamated. The team has won the Bundesliga title on a couple of occasions over the years and its home games take place at…

1899 Hoffenheim

1899 Hoffenheim

TSG 1899 Hoffenheim is a football club that is found in Hoffenheim, which is in the municipality of Sinsheim in Baden-Wurttemberg. It was started as the name suggests in 1899, originally being a gymnastics club. It was in 1945 that the club became what it is today. The football club was only in the fifth…

Hertha BSC

Hertha BSC

Hertha BSC is a football club that is found in the locality of Berlin and the team plays in the Bundesliga. It has been in existence since 1892 and was one of the founding members of the German Football Association in 1900. The club has managed to capture a couple of the old German championship…

RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig has its base in Leipzig, Saxony. Created in 2009 through a company initiative of Red Bull after buying the playing rights of a team in the fifth division of German football. The plan was to get the team to the top flight of German football within eight years. This was achieved in a…

FSV Mainz 05

FSV Mainz 05

FSV Mainz 05, started in 1905, is located in Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate. The team has been playing in the top flight of German football for the past decade and its predominant rivals are 1. FC Kaiserslautern and Eintracht Frankfurt. As well as having the football club, there is also a table tennis and handball department at…

FC Schalke 04

FC Schalke 04

FC Schalke 04 was founded in the Gelsenkirchen region in North Rhine-Westphalia. Created in 1904, which is where the 04 portion of the name comes from. It has been a major multi-sports club for many years in the country. The football side plays in the top flight of German football and has more than 155,000…

Bayer Leverkusen

Bayer Leverkusen

Bayer Leverkusen is also known as Bayer 04 Leverkusen and it is a football club that is based in Leverkusen, North Rhine-Westphalia and is a member of the top flight Bundesliga. The home stadium for the team is the BayArena that holds over 30,000 fans. The club was started in 1904 and it has been…

Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich is by far the biggest and most successful club in Germany. It is also known as FC Bayern Munchen and it was first started back in 1900. The club holds the record for the most Bundesliga titles, having won the top flight of league football in Germany on thirty occasions. Since 2013, it…

Borussia Mönchengladbach

Borussia Mönchengladbach

Borussia Mönchengladbach is a football club that is found in Mönchengladbach, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany and it is a member of the Bundesliga. Over the years, it has managed to win the league on five occasions, as well as having won three DFB-Pokal titles and a couple of UEFA Europa League wins. The club was started…

Eintracht Frankfurt

Eintracht Frankfurt

Eintracht Frankfurt is a pro football club that is based in Frankfurt, Hesse and is a part of the Bundesliga. The club was started in 1899 and has managed to win the top-flight title on one occasion, as well as five DFB-Pokals and a UEFA Cup. They also were runner-up in the European Cup final…

SC Freiburg

SC Freiburg

SC Freiburg is a club that is found in Freiburg im Breisgau, Baden-Wurttemberg. It has been a part of the Bundesliga since 2016 after winning the second-tier league title. For many years in its history, it has been going up and down between the top two divisions of football in Germany. The club was started…

Stamford Bridge Stadium

Stamford Bridge Stadium

Stamford Bridge is the home stadium of Chelsea Football Club and it is based in Fulham, South West London. It is often called ‘The Bridge’ and it currently has a max capacity of almost 41,000. This means that it is the ninth biggest stadium in the Premier League. There is a plan in place to…

Anfield Stadium

Anfield Stadium

Anfield is a stadium that plays host to Liverpool FC and it is located in Merseyside, England. It can host over 53,000 fans and it has the seventh biggest capacity for a football stadium in England. Liverpool has been playing at the venue since the club was formed in 1892, with Everton previously playing there…

Carrow Road Stadium

Carrow Road Stadium

Carrow Road Stadium has been the home of Norwich City Football Club since it was completed in 1935. Compact and bijoux by Premier League standards perhaps, Carrow Road generates a terrific atmosphere especially on derby day when Ipswich come to down, with away fans generally receiving the ground very well. The stadium sits just a…

King Power Stadium

King Power Stadium

King Power Stadium is the home venue for Leicester City FC and is also known as Leicester City Stadium or Filbert Way. This venue first opened its doors in 2002 and it can hold more than 32,000 fans which makes it the 20th biggest football venue in England. It is named after the travel retail…

London Stadium

London Stadium

Home to West Ham United since the start of the 2016/17 season, the London Stadium sits within Stratford, east London and famously replaced Upton Park as the Hammers’ home ground. Known in the past also as the Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the stadium was initially built for the London Olympics in 2012. It…

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Replacing the iconic White Hart Lane in 2019, the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the new home of Spurs and is used not just for the football club, but for the increasingly popular NFL games too. Sitting right on the sight of the old stadium, the ground has not moved Tottenham from their spiritual home and…

Ethiad Stadium

Ethiad Stadium

Extended over the years since being used for the Commonwealth Games, the Etihad Stadium is now the sixth-largest venue in the Premier League and the home of Manchester City FC. Known as the Etihad due to a lucrative sponsorship deal, the ground is officially known as the City of Manchester Stadium. It was previously called…

FC Augsburg

FC Augsburg

FC Augsburg, known more formally as Fussball-Club Augsburg 1907, is a well-regarded football side playing regularly in Germany’s top tier, the Bundesliga. Most of Augsburg’s history has seen them bounce and around the second and third tiers in Germany. However, they reached a low of the fourth tier twenty or so years ago. In recent…

Arminia Bielefeld

Arminia Bielefeld

Locally and formally this club is called Deutscher Sportclub Arminia Bielefeld e.V. but don’t worry, betting lists will refer to this club simply as DSC Arminia Bielefeld! Situated in North Rhine-Westphalia, Arminia Bielefeld are often known as Die Blauen or Die Arminen and in fact, they are just one part of a larger sporting club,…

St Mary’s Stadium

St Mary’s Stadium

Replacing much-vaunted venue The Dell, St Mary’s Stadium has been home to Southampton Football Club since 2001 and has quickly established itself. The ground sits right on the River Itchen, just a mile or so from the centre of Southampton. It can boast being the largest football ground in the south of England, excluding those…

Bramall Lane Stadium

Bramall Lane Stadium

The well-renowned home of Sheffield United Football Club, Bramall Lane Stadium is a stadium that sits just 1½ miles from the middle of Sheffield and 3½ miles from Hillsborough, home to their rivals Sheffield Wednesday. Potentially heading for 200 years as a sports venue (cricket and football), Bramall Lane is one of the oldest venues…

Molineux Stadium

Molineux Stadium

Molineux Stadium is the well-regarded home venue for Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club. Sitting just a matter of a few hundred yards from the very centre of Wolverhampton, the stadium is very well situated. It has long since been regarded as one for generating a great atmosphere. Molineux has been Wolves’ home since 1889. It was…

St James’ Park Stadium

St James’ Park Stadium

Sat uniquely right in the heart of the city, St James’ Park has been home to Newcastle United Football Club ever since the club’s formation back in 1892. Given its geographical position, there are at least three times as many pubs within a half-mile of this stadium than at any other such venue in the…

Old Trafford Stadium

Old Trafford Stadium

The long-time home of Manchester United, Old Trafford Stadium is iconic and stands these days as the largest club football stadium in Britain, also the second biggest overall behind only Wembley. As well as hosting all Man United games, Old Trafford has been used for classic FA Cup semi-finals, the 1966 World Cup, Euro 96,…

Selhurst Park Stadium

Selhurst Park Stadium

Selhurst Park is the football stadium for Crystal Palace FC and it’s based in the Borough of Croydon in London. The well-known architect of football stadiums in the UK, Archibald Leitch was the architect for this stadium which first opened back in 1924. It has held international games over the years, as well as games…

Turf Moor Stadium

Turf Moor Stadium

Turf Moor Stadium is the home venue for Burnley FC and it is based in Burnley, Lancashire, England. The club has been playing their home games at Turf Moor since 1883, meaning that this is the second-longest home venue that has been used by a professional club in England. The capacity for Turf Moor is…

Goodison Park Stadium

Goodison Park Stadium

Goodison Park Stadium is the home stadium for Everton Football Club and it is located in Walton, Liverpool. The venue is only a couple of miles for the centre of the city and it seats almost 40,000 people. Goodison Park holds the distinction as being the host ground for more top-flight games than any of…

Vicarage Road Stadium

Vicarage Road Stadium

Known as the home of Watford Football Club, Vicarage Road is one of the older and most recognisable football stadiums in the country. While these days the ground is limited to 22,000 fans, plans exist on paper to achieve a capacity of some 30,000 here although the club may need to regain its Premier League…

DW Stadium

DW Stadium

Named after main sponsor DW Sports, which was owned famously by Dave Whelan, the DW Stadium has been home to Wigan Athletic Football Club and Wigan Warriors rugby league side since it opened back in 1999. The stadium sits right near the River Douglas and the Leeds-Liverpool Canal. Less than a mile-and-a-half from the centre…

Emirates Stadium

Emirates Stadium

Situated in Holloway, north London, right around the corner from where old ground Highbury once stood, the Emirates has been home to Arsenal Football Club since it opened in 2006. One of the biggest stadiums in the country the Emirates has shown itself capable of generating great atmospheres, especially on European nights, however as the…

Villa Park Stadium

Villa Park Stadium

One of the most famous old football stadiums in England, Villa Park has been home to Aston Villa since it was completed back in 1897. Situated in the north of the city, the stadium is only around two miles from the centre of Birmingham and only three from the home of their second-city rivals, Birmingham…

Vitality Stadium

Vitality Stadium

The Vitality Stadium, a recent name change for sponsorship reasons, is another moniker given to AFC Bournemouth’s home ground of Dean Court. The stadium has changed plenty over the years but remains famous for being extremely small for a top-flight venue with a capacity of just over 11,000 spectators. The ground sits in King’s Park…

Amex Stadium

Amex Stadium

Brighton and Hove Albion’s home stadium is colloquially known as ‘The Amex’, however, it has/had various titles since it was built. Owing to a long-term sponsorship deal, the full title of the venue is the American Express Community Stadium and should that be revoked, it would be known as the Falmer Stadium. The original name…

Liberty Stadium

Liberty Stadium

Known as the Stadiwm Liberty for those who can speak the language, the Liberty Stadium in Swansea has been home to both Swansea City Football Club and the Ospreys (rugby union club) since it opened back in 2005. The first stadium in Wales to host English Premier League football, though the Cardiff City Stadium has…

The Hawthorns Stadium

The Hawthorns Stadium

Part of a densely-populated area of England and thus a football hotbed, the Hawthorns is one of a number of famous stadiums in the West Midlands. As the famous old home of West Bromwich Albion Football Club since 1900, the Hawthorns has seen thousands of games with not just West Brom matches but also internationals…

Elland Road Stadium

Elland Road Stadium

Elland Road is the home stadium for Leeds United and is based in West Yorkshire. It has always been their home ground of the club that was set up in 1919. Currently, it is the 14th largest football stadium in the country and has hosted many big games over the years, including Euro 96 games…

Deepdale Stadium

Deepdale Stadium

Deepdale Stadium is one of the most famous old stadiums in English football, although naturally it has been updated over the years. The home of Preston North End has been in continuous use since 1878 for football and sits just a mile from the centre of the town. Deepdale Stadium History 1875 While still effectively farmland,…

Loftus Road Stadium

Loftus Road Stadium

Loftus Road has been used for football since 1904 when Shepherd’s Bush FC existed, and ever since 1917, it has been the home of Queens Park Rangers. The ground sits in White City, near Shepherd’s Bush in London and is just three miles up the road from another famous old stadium, Fulham’s Craven Cottage. After…

Madejski Stadium

Madejski Stadium

Replacing Elm Park in 1998 as Reading Football Club’s home ground, the Madejski Stadium was named after the club’s former chairman Sir John Madejski. As well as hosting Reading for the entirety of its history, the Madejski also staged home matches for London Irish rugby union club from 2000-2020, though they have since moved to…

Hillsborough Stadium

Hillsborough Stadium

Although it is perhaps said all too often, Hillsborough Stadium is, in fact, one of the most famous and recognisable football venues in the world. The ground has been the home of Sheffield Wednesday ever since it opened in 1899, though naturally, it has undergone many changes since then. Hillsborough sits just 2½ miles north-west…

bet365 Stadium

bet365 Stadium

The bet365 Stadium is well known as the home of Stoke City Football Club, a new structure which replaced the club’s old home at the Victoria Ground in 1997. The stadium is situated just 1½ miles from the centre of Stoke-on-Trent, close to where the old ground stood. Having officially opened the stadium back in…

KCOM Stadium

KCOM Stadium

KCOM Stadium is also known as Hull City Stadium and it is a multi-purpose ground that is found in Kingston upon Hull. It has undergone a number of name changes over the years. The stadium was only built during the 1990s, having finished in 2002 and cost about £44 million in total. The Hull City…

Kenilworth Road Football Stadium

Kenilworth Road Football Stadium

Kenilworth Road is the home stadium for Luton Town Football Club. It is located in Luton, Bedfordshire and has been the home ground for the club since 1905. It has also played host to youth and women’s international games. The stadium currently can host a little more than 10,000 people and its name comes from…

The Den Football Stadium

The Den Football Stadium

The Den is a football stadium that is located in Bermondsey in southeast London. It is the home ground for Millwall Football Club and it can seat just over 20,000 people. Millwall has played its home games at six stadiums over the years including The Den. History of The Den Football Stadium 1989 The Den…

Riverside Stadium

Riverside Stadium

Riverside Stadium is located in Middlesbrough and it plays host to the home games of Middlesbrough Football Club. It has been open since 1995 and can hold nearly 35,000 people in the all-seated venue. There are some plans in the works that would extend the capacity of this stadium to 42,000. History of Riverside Stadium…

City Ground Football Stadium

City Ground Football Stadium

The City Ground can be found in West Bridgford in Nottinghamshire. The stadium can be found on the River Trent and has played host for the home games of Nottingham Forest Football Club since 1898. The current capacity at City Ground is over 30,400 and it was one of the host venues during Euro 96….

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Wolverhampton Wanderers also known as Wolves is a professional football club that is based in the West Midlands in England. It was started in 1877 and it currently plays in the Premier League. It plays its home fixtures at Molineux Stadium and it has a number of geographical rivalries with the likes of West Bromwich…

Oakwell Stadium

Oakwell Stadium

Oakwell Stadium is a multi-purpose sports complex that is located in Barnsley, South Yorkshire and it is mainly used by Barnsley Football Club to host their home games. The Oakwell name normally refers to the central stadium, but it is also the name given to a number of the other venues in the facility, including…

West Ham United

West Ham United

West Ham United is a professional team that is based in the Stratford area of East London. It is a member of the Premier League and the club has been playing in the London Stadium since 2016, after playing at Upton Park for many years. The club was started in 1895 as the Thames Ironworks…

Ewood Park Stadium

Ewood Park Stadium

Ewood Park is the home ground for Blackburn Rovers Football Club and is located in Blackburn, Lancashire. Blackburn Rovers is a legendary club, having been a founding member of both the Football League and the Premier League. The team has been playing its games at Ewood Park since summer 1890 when they moved out of…

St Andrew’s Stadium

St Andrew’s Stadium

St Andrew’s Stadium is the home ground for Birmingham City and it is located in the district of Bordesley in Birmingham. The stadium was first opened in 1906 on the same site of the previous pitch. At the time, it was said to be able to hold as many as 75,000 people. Since then, it…

Griffin Park Football Stadium

Griffin Park Football Stadium

Griffin Park is located in Brentford, which is in the London Borough of Hounslow. It was the home stadium for Brentford Football Club beginning in 1904 up until July 2020. It is located and its claim to fame is that it is the only football ground in the English professional league system that has a…

The Valley Football Stadium

The Valley Football Stadium

Known of course as the home of Charlton Athletic Football Club, The Valley football stadium is one of the most recognisable in the country despite Charlton not having played too much in the way of Premier League football over the years. Situated in south-east London, The Valley is only four miles away from Millwall’s home,…

Cardiff City Stadium

Cardiff City Stadium

Playing host to both Cardiff City Football Club and the Welsh national team is the Cardiff City Stadium. The stadium was built to replace Cardiff’s old home at Ninian Park, being completed in 2009 and having been extended in 2014. The Cardiff City Stadium was built along with the Cardiff International Sports Stadium and other…

Ashton Gate Football Stadium

Ashton Gate Football Stadium

One of the most iconic old stadiums in British football, or within the sport of rugby for that matter, is Ashton Gate in Bristol. The home of Bristol City has seen some great action over the years but all too seldom has it hosted top-level football, something the club are looking to rectify in the…

Craven Cottage

Craven Cottage

One of the most recognisable football stadiums in England is Craven Cottage, the famous old home of Fulham Football Club in west London. The stadium was formerly also the home of Fulham Rugby League Football Club, latterly London Broncos. It has also hosted a number of international matches. Craven Cottage is unique for two main…

Pride Park Stadium

Pride Park Stadium

Owned these days by businessman and Derby County Football Club supremo Mel Morris, Pride Park has been home to The Rams since opening in 1997 having replaced their old Baseball Ground. Pride Park sits within the top 20 largest football grounds in England with its capacity of over 33,000. Due to sponsorship reasons Pride Park,…

John Smith’s Stadium

John Smith’s Stadium

Known during its project phase as the Kirklees Stadium, the John Smith’s Stadium is primarily a rugby league and football venue in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. As the rights to the name of the stadium are sold, the John Smith’s Stadium is only a current title. Both the Alfred McAlpine Stadium and the Galpharm Stadium having…

Leicester City FC

Leicester City FC

Leicester City FC was founded in 1884 and it has a long, storied history. ‘The Foxes’ play at the King Power Stadium and they are currently a part of the Premier League. It created one of the biggest shocks in the sporting world when coming from nowhere to win the Premier League title in 2015/2016….

Manchester City FC

Manchester City FC

Manchester City FC is one of the biggest football teams in the world today in terms of fan base and finances. The club was started in 1880 and it is a member of the Premier League. The current home ground is the Etihad Stadium that has been in east Manchester since 2003. Manchester City wears…

Liverpool FC

Liverpool FC

Liverpool FC is one of the most successful football teams in English football and it was first started in 1892. The club has won the premier division of English football on 19 occasions, including one Premier League title. They also have 15 Community Shields, six European Cups, three UEFA Cups, seven FA Cups and a…

Everton FC

Everton FC

Everton FC has been around since 1879 and has a long history. The club plays its games at Goodison Park and ‘The Toffees’ are based in Liverpool. Their big rival naturally is Liverpool FC, with the Merseyside Derby always being hotly contested. Everton has been playing top-flight football for a record 117 seasons, with the…

Crystal Palace FC

Crystal Palace FC

Crystal Palace FC is based in Selhurst, South London and has been around since 1905. ‘The Eagles’ play their games at Selhurst Park and it has its origins as an amateur club that was established in 1861. As the club claims to be a continuation of this amateur club, it would have a claim as…

Manchester United FC

Manchester United FC

Manchester United FC is perhaps the most iconic football club in the entire world. It was originally founded as Newton Heath in 1878 and is one of the most successful clubs in the country. Home games are played at Old Trafford by the “Red Devils”. The team has been in the Premier League since it…

Watford FC

Watford FC

Watford FC, or The Hornets as we know them, are regulars in the Premier League in the modern era despite not having a rich history in terms of league and cup wins. Synonymous with Sir Elton John and the late great Graham Taylor, who managed the club for a full ten years, Watford is one…

Southampton FC

Southampton FC

Southampton FC is one of the most recognisable sides in the English game. Playing these days at St Mary’s, The Saints as they are known are Premier League regulars and while they have ambitions to play regularly in Europe, they have become known as a club rather adept at finding talent from smaller leagues to…

Norwich City FC

Norwich City FC

Norwich City FC, known to all and sundry as The Canaries, is a regular fixture on top British bookmakers’ football lists. While not always managing to hold onto their top-level status for very long, plucky Norwich so often achieves Premier League promotion and usually do so playing really attractive football. Still playing at one of…

Sheffield United

Sheffield United

Known to most punters as The Blades, Sheffield United are one of two major clubs in Sheffield with rivals Wednesday being the other. Sheffield derby matches have been all too rare, both clubs moving between the top tier and third tier in the past meaning they have rarely been in the same division at the…

Newcastle United

Newcastle United

Newcastle United has one of the largest and vehemently loyal football supporter groups in the world. Coming from a one-club city The Magpies, or more affectionately The Toon regularly attracts 50,000+ crowds. Despite no major success to speak of with their main rivalry being with nearby Sunderland. Although in recent times the two have been…

Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, commonly known around the UK simply as Spurs are one of two major Premier League sides situated in north London. Their rivals, Arsenal, have the greater winning history in the Premier League era but given the investment ploughed into this club in recent times and with their new stadium a major…

Millwall FC

Millwall FC

Millwall FC has been around since 1885 and it is based in South East London. It is currently a member of the EFL Championship, the second tier of league football in England. It currently plays its games at The Den and the club’s nickname is “The Lions”. Over the years, Millwall fans did have somewhat…

Luton Town FC

Luton Town FC

Luton Town FC was set up in 1885 and it is currently playing in the EFL Championship. The team’s home ground is Kenilworth Road and its nickname is “The Hatters”. The club has a place in history as being the first club in the south of the country that turned professional. History of Luton Town…

Preston North End FC

Preston North End FC

Preston North End Football Club is a football club that is based in Preston, Lancashire and it was first set up in 1880. The club plays in the EFL Championship and it plays its games at Deepdale. It has the nickname “The Lilywhites” and the club has seen some success over the years. History of…

Aston Villa FC

Aston Villa FC

One of the most famous names in English football is Aston Villa FC, the Birmingham-based club who has an enviable record in the top flight over the years. After a brief hiatus, Villa is once again a Premier League club these days and look set for a bright future should they be able to keep…

Arsenal FC

Arsenal FC

Holding various records and being one of the strongest teams to ever come out of England is Arsenal FC. Based in London and forming a vicious rivalry with neighbours Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal have enjoyed great success. The team forms the foundation of many a betting person’s football accumulators at the weekends. The Gunners’ History From…

Queens Park Rangers FC

Queens Park Rangers FC

Queens Park Rangers FC was founded in 1882 and is commonly known as QPR. It is based out of White City, London and is a part of the EFL Championship. The club has been a part of the Premier League at times in recent past and it has past glories, such as a League Cup…

Wigan Athletic FC

Wigan Athletic FC

Wigan Athletic FC was founded in 1932 and it is based in Greater Manchester. After getting relegated from the Championship, it will play in League One for the 2020/2021 season unless its appeal is successful. The team got deducted 12 points due to financial irregularities which contributed to the team’s relegation. Wigan Athletic has played…

Nottingham Forest FC

Nottingham Forest FC

Nottingham Forest FC was started in 1865 and it is based in Nottinghamshire. It is seen as the oldest football league club and it has been playing its home games at the City Ground since 1898. The team currently plays in the EFL Championship and its main rival is Derby County, with the East Midlands…

Birmingham City FC

Birmingham City FC

Birmingham City FC was started in 1875 and it currently plays in the English Championship. The club plays its home games at St Andrew’s and its nickname is the ‘Blues’ after the colour of its home kit. One of the clubs main rivals is Aston Villa, with many fierce derby days taking place over the…


Brighton & Hove Albion FC


Brighton & Hove Albion FC

Brighton & Hove Albion FC, known nationally simply as Brighton and colloquially as Albion or The Seagulls, have risen from the doldrums in recent times to become a fixture in the English Premier League. Once a struggling club, Brighton now play in a plush new stadium at the highest level and with a few shrewd…

AFC Bournemouth

AFC Bournemouth

Known affectionately as The Cherries, the small south coast side that is AFC Bournemouth have provided not just their own, but neutral football fans with some great moments in recent years. Playing wonderful football under Eddie Howe, Bournemouth became Premier League regulars until their unfortunate relegation by the finest of margins at the end of…

Charlton Athletic FC

Charlton Athletic FC

Charlton Athletic Football Club was started in 1905 and the club is based in the area of Charlton in southeast London. The team takes part in the English Championship and it plays its home games at the Valley. The main nicknames for the clubs are “The Addicks” and ‘Red Robins’. It was in 1920 that…

Cardiff City FC

Cardiff City FC

Cardiff City FC is based in Wales and was first started in 1899. It takes part in the Championship and it holds the distinction of being the only team from outside of England to have won the FA Cup. Its nickname is ‘The Bluebirds’ and the games take place at Cardiff City Stadium. The main…

Huddersfield Town FC

Huddersfield Town FC

Huddersfield Town FC is a football team in England that is based out of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. It was founded in 1908 and is currently a member of the Championship. Over the years, Huddersfield Town has seen a decent level of success. The team currently plays its home games at the Kirklees Stadium and the…

Brentford FC

Brentford FC

Brentford FC is based in Brentford, Greater London and plays in the English Championship. It has been a club since 1889 and its home games have been taking place at Griffin Park since 1904. The club’s nickname is ‘The Bees’ and some of its main rivals include Queen Park Rangers, Fulham and Chelsea. History of…

Chelsea FC

Chelsea FC

Owned by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, Chelsea FC are these days one of the very top football clubs in England. The team’s most famous manager in the modern era has been Jose Mourinho. A Brief Chelsea FC History In 1896, businessman Gus Mears bought the Stamford Bridge Athletic Ground (see below) with the intention of…

Burnley FC

Burnley FC

Nicknamed The Clarets, Burnley FC has been a fixture in the English Premier League since 2014 despite briefly dropping out. A regular on weekend betting coupons, Burnley are often tough to beat and so are backed on a regular basis. Although it doesn’t occur too often these days the chief rivalry involving Burnley is when…

Blackburn Rovers

Blackburn Rovers

Blackburn Rovers Football Club was originally founded in 1875 and it is a team that currently is competing in the English Championship. For many years, it was part of the Premier League and even won the title on one occasion. One of its main rivals as a club is Burnley, with the East Lancashire derby…

West Bromwich Albion

West Bromwich Albion

West Bromwich Albion, nicknamed The Baggies, have been around for some 140 years and more playing in their famous blue and white stripes. Situated in the West Midlands, West Brom have numerous local rivals including Aston Villa, Birmingham City, Wolverhampton Wanderers and, in theory, Walsall too although the clubs rarely meet. Listed on betting coupons…

Stoke City FC

Stoke City FC

Known to many as The Potters, Stoke City FC has been regulars in England’s top two divisions for some time now. The team may yet be set for a return to the promised land that is the Premier League very soon. History of 
Stoke City FC There is some disagreement on when this club was…

Swansea City FC

Swansea City FC

Known as both The Jacks and The Swans, one of the two major Welsh sides to have competed in the English Premier League is Swansea City FC and they’ve done so with the reputation of a club that always produces very fine football indeed. History of Swansea City FC As a confirmed rugby area, Swansea…


Middlesbrough FC


Middlesbrough FC

Middlesbrough FC, known to all and sundry around their area as the Boro, have been regulars in the top two divisions of English football for a long time. Situated in the north-east, Boro has a healthy rivalry with Newcastle United, Sunderland and even Leeds United. Although crowd numbers have dwindled quickly over the past decade…

Reading FC

Reading FC

Reading FC, nicknamed The Royals due to their Berkshire location, are a historic football team who have bounced around all levels of English professional football over the years. While plenty of competition comes from the array of clubs located around west London, Reading’s core support remains completely loyal. Reading’s History Initially formed on Christmas Day…

Sheffield Wednesday

Sheffield Wednesday

One of the biggest names around, Sheffield Wednesday are a mainstay of English football with many backers placing bets on or against them every week. A Short Owls History There are varying reports of the club having been formed in 1820, or even as far back as 1816. However, the official year given for Sheffield…

Fulham F.C.

Fulham F.C.

Right around the corner from rivals Brentford, QPR and of course Chelsea is London’s oldest Football League club, Fulham F.C. Known informally as The Cottagers or The Whites, Fulham has spent time in the English Premier League and are a household name in the country having played some marvellous football under the likes of Jean…

Bristol City

Bristol City

Representing one of the biggest cities in the country alongside their traditionally lower-ranked rivals Rovers. Bristol City boasts huge football support despite having never played Premier League football. Known as The Robins, City have been around as a football club for well over 130 years. They are a firm fixture in betting lists in England….

Barnsley FC

Barnsley FC

Barnsley FC is a club based in South Yorkshire playing in the Championship, the second tier of English football. While not the biggest club around, The Tykes have a long history within the game and have close rivalries with several other Yorkshire-based clubs. Adversaries include: Rotherham United, Doncaster Rovers, Huddersfield Town, Leeds United and Sheffield…

Derby County

Derby County

Derby County is one of the most recognisable names in English football. Known as The Rams, they play in a one-club city which means plenty of support for the team with. Their major, bitter rivals is Nottingham Forest who play just 15 miles away. The Rams’ History Derby County was founded way back in 1884…

Israeli Premier League Betting

Israeli Premier League Betting

The Israeli Premier League was started in 1999 and it is the leading domestic football league in the country. There are 14 teams that fight it out every season for the title. The Israeli Premier League is under the operation of the Israel Football Association and is part of UEFA. Israeli Premier League Betting &…

Italian Cup Betting

Italian Cup Betting

The Italian Cup is also known as the Coppa Italia and it has been taking place as competition in the country since 1922. It is always a popular competition for teams across the country and has a lot of history attached to it. This Italian Cup Betting guide looks at the different aspects of this…

Israeli U19 Betting

Israeli U19 Betting

Football in Israel is extremely popular, with a massive interest both in the domestic and international teams. The Israeli U19 football team often garners a lot of attention. It is where the country’s best up and coming players come together to try to compete on an international stage. This guide looks at the various aspects…

Northern Irish Premiership Betting

Northern Irish Premiership Betting

The Northern Irish Premiership is the main league for professional football in Northern Ireland. Founded in its original form in 2008, there are 12 teams that take place in it each season. It is often called the Irish League and is under the organization of the Irish Football Association. This guide looks at the different…

Portuguese Cup Betting

Portuguese Cup Betting

The Portuguese Cup is also known as the Taça de Portugal and it is an annual cup competition for professional football in the country. The Portuguese Football Federation organizes the competition each year and it has been taking place since 1938. This guide looks at the various aspects of the competition, as well as showcasing…

Mexican Liga MX Betting

Mexican Liga MX Betting

The Mexican Liga MX is often called Liga MX for short and it is the leading domestic football league in Mexico. It was originally under the organization of the Mexican Football Federation and was originally founded in 1943. There are 18 teams that take part in this league every year. This guide looks at the…

Leeds United

Leeds United

One of the top football teams in the country during various periods of their existence, Leeds United are the three-time champions of England. Nicknamed The Whites but almost always simply called Leeds, this club can claim to be one of the biggest in the country despite spending a lot of their history outside of the…

Hull City

Hull City

Known as The Tigers, Hull City Football Club have been regulars in England’s top two football tiers for some time. The team retains ambitions to become one of the country’s biggest sides. That may take some time to achieve, however, Hull’s fans have already had a taste of the top-level. In fact, the team continues…

Portuguese League Cup Betting

Portuguese League Cup Betting

Known to most of us around Europe as the Portuguese League Cup, the Taca da Liga is a domestic football cup competition sitting third in terms of importance. It is behind the Primeira Liga and the Taca de Portugal. Put simply, the Taca da Liga is Portugal’s EFL Cup. The competition is administered by the…

Russian Cup Betting

Russian Cup Betting

Inaugurated in 1992, the Russian Cup is Russia’s main domestic football cup competition. It’s second in importance in the country only behind the Premier League and is run by the Russian Football Union. As with other major nations around the world, the Cup is dominated by the stronger top tier teams in Russia. However, it…

Kenyan Premier League Betting

Kenyan Premier League Betting

The Kenyan Premier League is the leading football league for professional football in Kenya. The league was originally created back in 1963 by the Kenya Football Federation. However, it is now under the control of the Football Kenya Federation. There are 18 clubs in total making up this league and there is a relegation and…

Qatar Stars League Betting

Qatar Stars League Betting

Formerly known as the Q-League, the now titled Stars League is the premier football tournament in Qatar. In fact, it is soon to be the hosts of the next FIFA World Cup. Football has been played in a league format in Qatar since 1963. Although the records will only go back to 1972 when the…

Kuwait Premier League Betting

Kuwait Premier League Betting

The Kuwait Premier League goes by different names depending on what its current sponsor may be and it is the leading division for football in Kuwait. The league was originally created in 1961 and there are usually ten teams battling it out to be crowned as champion comes to the end of the year. History…

Betting on the Scottish Reserve League

Betting on the Scottish Reserve League

Now known as the SPFL Reserve League, the major feeder for Scotland’s biggest clubs has been in existence as we know it since only 2018. Formerly the Development League, the SPFL Reserve League included 27 clubs right from the beginning which were split into two divisions. However, from 2019-20 some of the bigger entities including…

Malian Premiere Division Betting

Malian Premiere Division Betting

The Malian Premiere Division is the leading competition for football in Mali. It was first organized in 1966 and it is under the operation of the Malian Football Federation. Since 2004, it has been a professional football league and its sponsor has changed on numerous occasions since then. Read on for our guide to Malian…

Russian Premier League Betting

Russian Premier League Betting

In its current form, the Russian Premier League was founded in 2001. Currently, it is the top tier of football in the country. It was initially known as the Russian Football Premier League before the name was shortened after a rebrand in 2018. Top-level football in the country has changed a few times over the…

Romanian Liga I Betting

Romanian Liga I Betting

Romania’s Liga I is the top professional football league in the country and is administered by the Liga Profesionista de Fotbal. The top league was inaugurated back in 1909 with the sport has had a long history in Romania with the first official league season kicking off in the nation the same year. For many…

Gibraltar Premier Division Betting

Gibraltar Premier Division Betting

Although it may be a surprise to many, this league was founded as far back as 1905 by the Gibraltar Football Association. The biggest league in the British Overseas Territory, the Gibraltar Premier Division was initially a small affair featuring eight teams but has grown steadily over the years. After the territory’s ‘national’ team was…

Indian I-League Betting

Indian I-League Betting

Previously known as the National Football League, the I-League runs alongside the Indian Super League. In fact, it is the top level of football in the country. Just in case any bookies’ lists advertise it differently, look out for the Hero I-League which is how this competition is marketed around the world for sponsorship reasons….

Israel Liga Bet Betting

Israel Liga Bet Betting

A firm fixture on most online football betting lists is Israel’s Liga Bet. Although surprising to some Israel’s football system is very deep. The Liga Bet forms the fourth tier of the sport there and in fact, must be divided into four regional leagues given how competitive it is. After independence was gained in Israel,…

2022 FIFA World Cup Betting

2022 FIFA World Cup Betting

FIFA’s 22nd World Cup finals will be staged in 2020 in Qatar, the premier football tournament in the world being staged quadrennially as normal but this time being a December competition for the very first time given the heat of the host country. As well as being the first World Cup not staged at the…

Italian Serie C Betting

Italian Serie C Betting

Football is hugely popular all across Italy. There are many super clubs that have won tons of trophies both at home and across Europe. However, a lot of the support comes for local teams where generation after generation have played at these levels. Serie C is the third tier of domestic league football in Italy….

Moroccan Botola Pro 1 Betting

Moroccan Botola Pro 1 Betting

The Botola Pro 1 is the leading league of professional football for players in Morocco. There are 16 teams that battle it out every year to be in with a chance of being crowned as champion. It has been taking place since 1956 and it has undergone numerous name changes over the years due to…

Jamaican Premier League Betting

Jamaican Premier League Betting

The National Premier League is the main domestic football league in Jamaica. It has been sponsored by a number of different companies over the years leading to various name changes. The league is reserved for professional men’s teams in the country, with a dozen teams taking part each year. It has been taking place since…

Irish Lummy O’Reilly Cup Betting

Irish Lummy O’Reilly Cup Betting

The Lummy O’Reilly Cup is a knockout cup competition that is part of the selection of cups under the Leinster Senior League set of divisions. It is always a hotly contested competition that has a lot of notable winners in recent seasons. There are usually 28 teams taking part in the Lummy O’Reilly Cup each…

Irish Munster Senior League Betting

Irish Munster Senior League Betting

The Irish Munster Senior League is always organized through the Munster Football Association. It has its origins at the start of the 20th century. Still going strong, it provides many leading players to the professional football ranks. Irish Munster Senior League Betting Format The Irish Munster Senior League has seven different divisions in total, as…

Indian Super League Betting

Indian Super League Betting

The Indian Super League is the main professional football league in the country, with the league in its current form starting in 2013. It is the premium league competition along with the I-League. It is always a hotly contested competition each year, with a playoff series in the postseason being very exciting. Indian Super League…

Irish FAI Junior Cup Betting

Irish FAI Junior Cup Betting

The Irish FAI Junior Cup takes place every year as a knockout cup competition. It is under the organization of the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) and is a competition for all of the junior clubs across the nation. Format of Irish FAI Junior Cup Betting It is the FAI that organizes this competition and…

Irish FAI Intermediate Cup Match Betting

Irish FAI Intermediate Cup Match Betting

The Irish FAI Intermediate Cup has been around since 1926 under the organization of the Football Association of Ireland (FAI). It allows all of the intermediate level clubs in the nation to enter the Irish FAI Intermediate Cup. Clubs from all across the country battle it out for this title. Read on for our guide…

Greek Cup Betting

Greek Cup Betting

The Greek Cup is a football cup competition that is organized by the Hellenic Football Federation. It was first played in 1931 and sees clubs of all levels entering and battling it out for the ultimate prize come to the end of the competition. This creates a lot of excitement as the smallest professional teams…

Isthmian League Division One Betting

Isthmian League Division One Betting

The Isthmian Premier League sits at the third level of the non-league football system in England. The seventh overall, it is fed by three separate regional Isthmian Division One league; North, South Central and South East which are placed within the fourth tier of the non-league game. This is a good level of football overall…

Alan Turvey Trophy Betting

Alan Turvey Trophy Betting

The knockout cup competition for those football teams normally competing in the Isthmian League is the Alan Turvey Trophy. It’s a yearly knockout tournament carrying great significance for all its participants. A competition of many titles over the years now named after former Isthmian League chairman Alan Turvey. Also known for sponsorship reasons as the…

English FA Women’s League Cup Betting

English FA Women’s League Cup Betting

Originally only open to the eight teams competing in the Women’s Super League (WSL). This tournament was known as the FA Women’s Super League Cup but is now simply the FA Women’s League Cup. Since the Super League’s split to two divisions to accommodate 22 teams. However, this tournament has expanded as well with the…

FA Trophy Betting

FA Trophy Betting

Known as the FA Trophy but officially titled The Football Association Challenge Trophy, is essentially the FA Cup for non-league teams in England. Read on for your guide to FA Trophy Betting. First introduced in 1969, the FA Trophy was inaugurated to allow non-league clubs a chance to compete in a national trophy when they…


English Southern League Premier Betting


English Southern League Premier Betting

The English Southern Premier League is a semi-professional football league covering some of South Wales, the south of England and the Midlands. Part of the Southern League and, generally, promoted as the BetVictor Southern League these days for sponsorship reasons. Alongside the Northern Premier League and the Isthmian League, the Southern League makes up levels…

Egyptian Premier League Betting

Egyptian Premier League Betting

The Egyptian Premier League is the leading flight of football in Egypt. It attracts the best players in the country to battle it out for the ultimate honours come the end of the season. The games are some of the most attended in the Middle East and Africa. This guide looks at all of the…

English County Cup Matches Betting

English County Cup Matches Betting

The County Cup competitions in England are knockout competitions that are organized by county football associations across the country. There are usually about 70 different cup competitions taking place each season as part of the County Cup event series. Each of these cups will have their own histories and nuances attached to them. There is…

English Central League Cup Betting

English Central League Cup Betting

The English Central League Cup sees the teams from the Central League battling it out against one another in a knockout cup competition each season. The formation of this competition has changed over the years but it is always a hotly contested competition. This guide looks at English Central League Cup Betting in more detail,…

Aruban Matches Betting

Aruban Matches Betting

Football is the national sport in Aruban. There has been a lot of support for it over the course of time by the Royal Dutch Football Association. The national team in Aruba is usually near the end of the FIFA rankings. Read on learn more about Aruban Matches Betting. History of Aruban Matches Betting The…

CONMEBOL Copa America Betting

CONMEBOL Copa America Betting

The CONMEBOL Copa America is the leading football competition for teams in South America and is the oldest active competition for international football teams. The winner of the CONMEBOL Copa America is crowned as the champion of South America. Teams from Asia and North America have been invited to take part since the 1990s. This…

Brazilian Sao Paulo Youth Cup Betting

Brazilian Sao Paulo Youth Cup Betting

The Brazilian Sao Paulo Youth Cup is also called the Copa São Paulo de Futebol Júnior and it has been taking place since 1969. It is a cup competition for youth teams in Brazil, with about 120 teams taking part in it every year. It is a great way for up and coming players in…

Northern League Challenge Cup Betting

Northern League Challenge Cup Betting

The Northern League runs just one cup competition alongside its leagues every year, the Northern League Challenge Cup which at its level brings plenty of prestige and celebration to those managing to win it. Read on for your guide to Northern League Challenge Cup Betting. Every club in the league can enter including those from…


English League Cup Betting


English League Cup Betting

Still known to many simply as the League Cup, the EFL Cup as it is now marketed is one of two major domestic football cup competitions in England along with the FA Cup. Read on for your guide to 
English League Cup Betting Often dominated by Premier League teams, the EFL Cup can be entered…

Argentine Superliga Betting

Argentine Superliga Betting

Still sometimes known as the Primera Division by some football fans but officially renamed the Liga Profesional de Futbol or ‘Superliga’ since 2020. This is Argentina’s top football league and is administered by the AFA, the Argentine Football Association. Read on to learn more about Argentine Superliga Betting. The top league in Argentina, which has…

Belgian Reserve Pro League Betting

Belgian Reserve Pro League Betting

Despite there being many other levels above the Reserve Pro League in Belgium, this is a division that gains plenty of attention especially from a betting point of view. Many recognisable team names are involved and major clubs use this league to produce stars of the future. Beneath First Division A and First Division B…

Belgian First Division A Betting

Belgian First Division A Betting

At the top of the Belgian football pyramid sits the First Division A, formerly the Belgian Pro League and renamed in 2016. Read on to learn more about Belgian First Division A Betting. Football has been a staple in Belgian for a long time. This league, under a different guise, was initiated back in 1895….

Australian A-League Betting

Australian A-League Betting

The top-level of Australian soccer is the A-League or the Hyundai A-League with sponsorship. It’s a competition founded in 2004 and administered by the FFA (Football Federation Australia). Learn about Australian A-League betting now. Taking over from the old National Soccer League in the country, the A-League is gaining in popularity quickly around the world….

Arab Club Champions Cup Betting

Arab Club Champions Cup Betting

An annual club football competition run in the style of the UEFA Champions League and the AFC Champions League. The Arab Club Champions Cup is the top tournament for clubs from around the Arab world. Learn more about Arab Club Champions Cup Betting. Known also as the Ligue des Champions Arabe for French speakers, the…

SSE Airtricity League Premier Division Betting

SSE Airtricity League Premier Division Betting

Simply known to many as the League of Ireland Premier Division but marketed differently for sponsorship purposes. This is the top level of the football pyramid in Ireland. Keep reading for your guide to SSE Airtricity League Premier Division Betting. In fact, the Premier Division is the pinnacle of both the League of Ireland and…

Spanish Copa del Rey Betting

Spanish Copa del Rey Betting

The Spanish Copa del Rey is a knockout cup competition that takes place in Spain each and every season. It is under the operation of the Royal Spanish Football Federation. It first started way back in 1903 and it is still the oldest football competition that is still taking place in the nation today. There…

AFC Champions League

AFC Champions League

The AFC Champions League is also known as the Asian Champions League. It is the premier football tournament for club teams across Asian, being akin to the UEFA Championship League tournament in Europe. The League is under the operation of the Asian Football Confederation and it started back in 2002. It was a continuation to…

AFC U23 Championship

AFC U23 Championship

The AFC U23 Championship is also called the AFC U23 Asian Cup. This tournament that caters to international teams across the continent. The Asian Football Federation is in charge of organizing this event. The first iteration was held in 2013, having hosted qualifying matches to gain entry into the tournament during 2012. However, there was…

Cypriot Cup Betting

Cypriot Cup Betting

The Cypriot Cup in the leading cup competition for football in Cyprus. It is under the operation of the Cyprus Football Association and it has been taking place since 1934. This was the same year that the domestic football leagues in Cyprus began. The Cypriot Championship is the leading football competition for teams in the…

Airtricity First Division

Airtricity First Division

The League of Ireland First Division is also known as the SSE Airtricity First Division League. This is the second division in the Irish domestic league system. The Division was first created back in 1985, having taken the place of the former League of Ireland B Division. Since 2003, the Division has been a summer…

Spanish Segunda Division B Group 4 Betting

Spanish Segunda Division B Group 4 Betting

With the tier system for league football in Spain, the Spanish Segunda Division B lies in third place in terms of superiority. It is a unique structure in which four different groups make up this exciting league. Each of these Spanish Segunda Division B groups will have twenty separate clubs within them. Some of the…

Spanish Segunda Division B Group 3

Spanish Segunda Division B Group 3

The Spanish Segunda Division B is the third tier of league football in Spain. It has been the case for a long period of time. There are four different groups in the Spanish Segunda Division B, each of which contains twenty different clubs. These are a mix between senior teams and reserve teams from some…

Spanish Segunda Division B – Group 1 Betting

Spanish Segunda Division B – Group 1 Betting

The Spanish Segunda Division B is the third tier of football in Spain. There are four different groups that make up the Spanish Segunda Division B, with each of these groups containing twenty teams. The Royal Spanish Football Federation oversees and operates these leagues. The two higher tiers of league football are the La Liga,…

Spanish Segunda Division B Group 2 Betting

Spanish Segunda Division B Group 2 Betting

For a number of decades, the Spanish Segunda Division B has been the third tier of league football in Spain. It is made up of four separate groups that have twenty clubs in each of these groups. These various groups in the Spanish Segunda Division B are under the operation of the Royal Spanish Football…

How to Bet on the Belgian Cup

How to Bet on the Belgian Cup

The Belgian Cup is a historic competition, having had its first renewal back in 1911. It is the leading cup competition that takes place each year in Belgian football. The Belgium Football Association oversees this competition and it has gone through a number of different sponsors in recent years. There are a number of teams…

How to Bet on the Croatian 1 HNL

How to Bet on the Croatian 1 HNL

The Croatian 1 HNL is also known as the Croatian First Football League. This is the leading domestic football league competition in Croatia and it has gone through a number of different name changes over the years as a result of different sponsorship deals. The Croatian First Football League was first started back in 1992….

Your Guide to Irish Leinster Senior League Betting

Your Guide to Irish Leinster Senior League Betting

Formed in 1892 and operated by the Leinster Football Association, the Irish Leinster Senior League is a group of domestic football leagues in Ireland. There are usually about 20 different divisions under the operation of the Senior League. There are also various cup competitions that take place over the course of a season. The teams…

Everything You Need to Know About the French League Cup

Everything You Need to Know About the French League Cup

The French League Cup (Coupe de la Ligue) has been taking place each season since 1994. This is the secondary cup knockout competition that takes place each season and is under the organization of the Ligue de Football Professionnel. Only professional teams can take part, as opposed to the French Cup where amateur teams can…

Betting on the Welsh Premier League

Betting on the Welsh Premier League

The Welsh Premier League, known locally as the Cymru Premier, is the top national football division in Wales. It features the best clubs the country has to offer minus the major sides who play within the English league system, such as Cardiff City and Swansea City. Given the scope of this league isn’t huge, it…

Betting on the Croatian 2 HNL

Betting on the Croatian 2 HNL

The Croatian 2 HNL is commonly known as the Croatian Second Football League. This league is only behind the Croatian First Football League in terms of the rankings of the best football leagues in the country. It was first started back in 1991 after the Yugoslav Second League was dissolved. It is the Croatian Football…

Welsh Football Match Betting

Welsh Football Match Betting

The Welsh football pyramid essentially features three tiers. The Premier League or Cymru Premier is at the top and features a couple of professional sides alongside its semi-professional outfits. The Cymru Championship is next in line with the lower leagues of both North Wales and South Wales feeding it via promotions. With just 3 million…

Betting on the 
Turkish Cup

Betting on the 
Turkish Cup

The Turkish Cup, known locally as the Türkiye Kupasi, is Turkey’s premier domestic football cup competition, like the FA Cup in England. It’s been around since 1962 and is run, as is the league system, by the Turkish Football Federation. Turkey’s domestic cup runs every year with up to 158 teams taking part from the…

Betting on Football Matches in Trinidad and Tobago

Betting on Football Matches in Trinidad and Tobago

Granted, the teams playing in Trinidad & Tobago aren’t at the level of Bayern Munich or Real Madrid. But whenever a match kicks off, it presents us with a potential betting opportunity. That remains the case here. Sitting within the CONCACAF confederation, Trinidad & Tobago’s top tier league is the TT Pro League. It’s been…

Betting on the Swiss Super League

Betting on the Swiss Super League

The Swiss Super League is the top tier of the football pyramid in Switzerland, played in its current guise since 2003. Those having a bet should watch out on coupons for the Raiffeisen Super League, named after a sponsor, as it may show up this way in some lists. A league was first formed in…

Betting Guide to the Dutch Jupiler League

Betting Guide to the Dutch Jupiler League

The Dutch Jupiler League is the second-tier of domestic league football in the Netherlands at the moment. Below the premier league that is known as the Eredivisie and above the third-tier of domestic league football in the country, the Tweede Divisie. It has been called the Dutch Jupiler League for sponsorship reasons in recent times….

Betting on the Belgian First Amateur Division

Betting on the Belgian First Amateur Division

Belgium’s First Amateur Division acts as the country’s third footballing tier within the Belgian football league. It sits below Belgian First Division A and First Division B, fixtures on many online bookmaker’s lists. The league was inaugurated in 2016, moving all subsequent leagues one position down in the pyramid. It is administered by the Royal…

How to Bet on the Scottish FA Cup

How to Bet on the Scottish FA Cup

The Scottish FA Cup is known colloquially as the Scottish Cup and formally called the Scottish Football Association Challenge Cup. It is a football tournament run in the same familiar way as the FA Cup in England. The Scottish Cup has been held since 1873 making it the second oldest competition anywhere in world football,…

Betting on the Austrian Bundesliga

Betting on the Austrian Bundesliga

The Austrian Football Federal League, known as the Austrian Bundesliga, is the top tier of league football in the country. The Bundesliga, not to be confused with its larger German counterpart, began back in the 1974-75 season. It has produced some footballers of note such as Hans Krankl and, more recently, English Premier League star…

Betting on the Cypriot First Division

Betting on the Cypriot First Division

Due in part to its British influence from years gone by, Cyprus actually has a long footballing history. The Cypriot First Division, in fact, has been in existence since 1934. Administered by the Cyprus Football Association, the First Division is sometimes known as the Cyta Championship for sponsorship reasons. So, be sure to look out…

Betting on the Bulgarian Premier League

Betting on the Bulgarian Premier League

As is often the case around Europe, the Bulgarian Premier League can be known by a few different names. If you’re placing a bet, keep a sharp eye out for the different terms online betting lists. Names for the Bulgarian Premier League include: First Professional Football League: The official name Parva Liga: The colloquial name…

A Guide to Spanish Segunda Division Betting

A Guide to Spanish Segunda Division Betting

Spain’s second tier, the Spanish Segunda Division, is a high-quality football league. The players are first-class and it’s seen as reliable in betting terms given that results are relatively consistent. Let’s get to grips with its various names first. The official title is the Campeonato Nacional de Liga de Segunda División, however, other names on…

Betting on the English League One

Betting on the English League One

English Football League One is the third tier of professional football in England. This is just behind the English Premier League and the English Championship in terms of the rankings of the leading senior’s men’s leagues in the country. Many people refer to English Football League One as simply League One. In its current arrangement,…

Betting on the French National Team

Betting on the French National Team

Football has always been one of the most popular sports in France. Its domestic leagues contain some of the best teams in Europe, with the French National Team also being a massive source of success over the years. The French National Team is under the direction of the French Football Federation. Its traditional home colours…

A Guide to the English National League North

A Guide to the English National League North

The English National League North was previously known as the Conference North and is part of the National League of England. Its position in this system is directly below the English National League and alongside the English National League South. In an overall context, it is in sixth place in terms of the hierarchies of…

English National League Betting Information

English National League Betting Information

The English National League is a football league association in England that has three different divisions of football. These are the National League, the National League South and the National League North. Over the years, there have been a number of different names given to the English National League. Between 1979 and 1986 it was…

A Simple Guide to Betting on the Cypriot 2nd Division

A Simple Guide to Betting on the Cypriot 2nd Division

As you would expect, the Cypriot 2nd Division is the second division of domestic league football in Cyprus. Under the operation of the Cyprus Football Association, it has unofficially taken place since 1934. While it has officially taken place since 1953. It is seen as a feeder league for the premier league in the country….

EFL Carabao Cup: Your Betting Guide

EFL Carabao Cup: Your Betting Guide

The EFL Carabao Cup has gone through numerous name iterations over the years, with it historically called the League Cup. This is a cup competition that takes place each and every year in English football. It is under the organization of the English Football League (EFL) and any of the clubs in the leading four…

Betting on the Greek Super League

Betting on the Greek Super League

The Super League, otherwise known as Super League 1, has been Greece’s top level of football since 2006. It replaced the previous system, the Alpha Ethniki. Currently, the Greek Super League is ranked 17th by UEFA according to its coefficient rankings. Despite this relatively lowly rating, teams from the country have historically done well in…

German Regionalliga Südwest Betting

German Regionalliga Südwest Betting

The German Regionalliga Südwest is, along with the Regionalliga Bayern, Regionalliga Nord, Regionalliga Nordost and Regionalliga West, part of Germany’s fourth tier in the football system. It is ranked below the Bundesliga, 2. Bundesliga and 3. Liga. Regional League Southwest covers the states of Baden-Württemberg, Hesse, Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland. It was formed in 2012 as…

Betting on Scottish League Two

Betting on Scottish League Two

Playing a full part of many British backers’ betting plans on Saturday afternoons is Scotland’s fourth tier of football, League Two. In case the name confuses one or two why may be slightly more neophyte, League Two sits below the Premiership, Championship and League One in Scotland. While some teams at this level are still…

Hungarian Cup Football Betting

Hungarian Cup Football Betting

The Magyar Kupa, as it is known locally, is the main domestic football cup competition in Hungary. It is administered by the Magyar Labdarúgó Szövetség, the Hungarian Football Association. The cup was started in 1909, shortly after the start of the Nemzeti Bajnokság, otherwise known as the Hungarian League. It now stretches right from the…

Your Guide to Betting on the English National League South

Your Guide to Betting on the English National League South

The English National League South was previously known as the Conference South. It has also gone through a number of name sponsors over the years. Some of these sponsors include Blue Square, Skrill, Vanarama and Motorama. Along with the North League, it is part of the second-tier of non-league football in England under the organization…

Betting on French Women’s Football

Betting on French Women’s Football

Women’s football has always been popular in France, dating back a century. The first prominent French women’s match took place on December 26, 1920. This was between a women’s team from France and a women’s team from Preston, England. The game was at the home of Everton FC, Goodison Park in front of a massive…

German Regionalliga West Betting

German Regionalliga West Betting

Germany’s Regionalliga West is a semi-professional football league, headquartered in Duisburg and run by the Western German Football Association. Regionalliga West Betting has long been popular. This level of German football has five regional associations. As the single division with the Western German association, Regionalliga West sits at level four in the pyramid alongside Regionalliga…

A Guide to Betting on the French Cup

A Guide to Betting on the French Cup

The leading cup competition in French football is the Coupe de France or the French Cup. This is a competition that is under the operation of the French Football Federation. The very first holding of this cup competition came in 1917 and both professional and amateur teams in the country are able to enter it….

German Regionalliga Nordost: A Guide to Betting

German Regionalliga Nordost: A Guide to Betting

The German Regionalliga Nordost accommodates teams from within the states of West Berlin and former East Germany. This includes the states of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Berlin, Brandenburg, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia. Alongside the Regionalliga Bayern, Regionalliga Nord, Regionalliga West and Regionalliga Südwest this league forms the fourth tier of German football. In the Regionalliga Nordost’s case, the…

The Guide to Scottish League One Betting

The Guide to Scottish League One Betting

The Scottish League One is the third tier in Scottish league football, with the Scottish Championship being the leading league competition in the region. Currently, there Scottish League One is known as the Ladbrokes League One as Ladbrokes is currently the sponsor for the league. It was back in 2013 that the Scottish League One…

German Junior Bundesliga Betting

German Junior Bundesliga Betting

Known locally as the German Junior Bundesliga or the A-Junioren Bundesliga, this league is Germany’s premier under-19 competition. It features dozens of future top-class stars from around the country and beyond. Inaugurated in 2003 and replaced what was the precursor to a proper under-19 Bundesliga, then-named the A-Jugend-Regionalliga. The new A-Junioren was intended to make…

Turkish Super League

Turkish Super League

The Turkish Super League is the leading league competition for football in Turkey. It is under the operation of the Turkish Football Federation, attracting a lot of leading global footballers from around the world. Each year, 18 teams battle it out for the title, with the season starting in August and running up until May….

Betting on the German Bundesliga 3

Betting on the German Bundesliga 3

Germany’s 3. Liga or the German Bundesliga 3, as the name would suggest, is the third tier of football in the country after the Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga. Although the Regionalliga still exists, 3. Liga replaced it as the third level of football in Germany upon its introduction in 2008. 3. Liga is the highest…

Your Guide to Betting on the German Cup

Your Guide to Betting on the German Cup

Germany’s main domestic football cup competition, known locally as the DFB-Pokal, is held every year. 64 teams take part from the beginning of the season. The DFB-Pokal began in1935, way before the current Bundesliga format began, then under the name Tschammer-Pokal with 1. FC Nürnberg was the first winners. After the suspension of the competition…

German Bundesliga 2: A Guide to Betting

German Bundesliga 2: A Guide to Betting

The German Bundesliga 2 is the second-tier of league football in Germany. It is below the Bundesliga in the hierarchy and ahead of the German Bundesliga 3. Every single one of the teams that takes part in the German Bundesliga 2 each season will automatically gain entry into the German cup competition that takes place…

Danish Superliga Betting: Everything You Need to Know

Danish Superliga Betting: Everything You Need to Know

The Danish Superliga is the leading form of league football in Denmark. This is under the operation of the Danish Football Association and there are 14 teams each season battling it out in the Danish Superliga to try and come out on top of the rankings. Danish Superliga Betting can be a lot of fun!…

German Regionalliga Nord: Your Guide to Betting

German Regionalliga Nord: Your Guide to Betting

Germany’s Regionalliga Nord sits within the fourth tier of football in the country. This particular league serving the states of Bremen, Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein and Lower Saxony. Previously, the third level of German football until the inauguration of 3. Liga in 2008, the Regionalliga Nord alongside the Regionalliga Südwest, Regionalliga Bayern, Regionalliga West and Regionalliga Nordost…

German Regionalliga Bayern: Everything You Need to Know

German Regionalliga Bayern: Everything You Need to Know

The German Regionalliga Bayern, or the Bavarian Regional League, is the top tier of the Bavarian football league. Along with the Regionalliga West, Regionalliga Südwest, Regionalliga Nord and the Regionalliga Nordost act as the fourth level of football in the country behind the Bundesliga, 2. Bundesliga and 3. Liga. Regionalliga Bayern was inaugurated after the…

Italian Serie B: Everything You Need to Know

Italian Serie B: Everything You Need to Know

Italian football is well-known for its flair and passion. The fans are crazy about their teams and this is reflected in all of the games. While there are some of the best players in the world playing at the top level of Italian football in Serie A, there is a lot more homegrown talent on…

Betting on the French Ligue 2: Everything You Need to Know

Betting on the French Ligue 2: Everything You Need to Know

Given that it’s not as deep a system as, say England or Germany for example, only two divisions make up the Ligue de Football Professionnel in France. One is the second tier below the top-class Ligue 1. Clubs as large and famous as AS Monaco have spent time in this division before making it back…

Dutch Eredivisie Betting: A Detailed Guide

Dutch Eredivisie Betting: A Detailed Guide

The Eredivisie is the top football league in The Netherlands, organised by KNVB (Royal Dutch Football Association). The Association’s badge is recognisable from the great Dutch shirts of tournaments past. The league was founded in 1963, the same year as Germany’s Bundesliga. It is relatively new, although, of course, it’s had a few overhauls across…

A Guide to UEFA Europa League Betting

A Guide to UEFA Europa League Betting

Under its previous name, the UEFA Cup, Europe’s second-tier club competition was inaugurated back in 1971. It ranks second only to the Champions League in terms of major football tournaments on the continent. Qualifying by virtue of their domestic league position or having won a trophy, up to 160 teams enter the Europa League. Via…

Betting on the UEFA Euro

Betting on the UEFA Euro

Europe’s premier quadrennial tournament is almost upon us again. Unlike in championships of the past, Euro 2020 is on the move. Several countries are used to stage the event as opposed to one host nation. UEFA wants to celebrate the Euros’ 60th anniversary with this special format. It’s one that could work in the betting…

Portuguese Primeira Liga Betting

Portuguese Primeira Liga Betting

Portuguese Primeira Liga is the leading football league in Portugal. It is under the supervision and operation of the Liga Portuguesa de Futebol Profissional (Liga Portugal). Due to the quality of the teams in the Portuguese Primeira Liga Betting opportunities can be excellent. Many great players have started out their careers in this division or…

Betting on the Champions League

Betting on the Champions League

The UEFA Champions League is Europe’s premier football club competition, featuring 32 of the best on the continent at the crucial money-spinning group stage. The origins of this tournament go back to 1955 when the European Cup, as it was popularly and later officially known, was founded but back then only domestic champions could qualify…

Scottish Championship Betting

Scottish Championship Betting

Always listed on any typical Saturday match betting coupon is the Championship, Scotland’s second-tier division, which has been organised under its current name since 2013 after a merger of governing bodies in the country and the formation of the new top-level, these days the Scottish Premiership. The league itself goes back a lot further beyond…

A Guide to Premier League Betting

A Guide to Premier League Betting

The English Premier League (EPL) is known simply as the Premier League in England and it is the highest level of club soccer in the country. A lot of people argue that it is the premier domestic league competition for soccer teams across the world. Premier League betting is almost as popular as the football with…

English Championship Betting Guide

English Championship Betting Guide

The English Football League Championship is usually referred to as the Championship and it is the second tier for football in England, only behind the English Premier League. It is often used as a breeding ground for younger players who can go out on loan from top clubs in the Premier League and get match…

Scottish Premiership Betting

Scottish Premiership Betting

The Scottish Premiership features the leading teams from across Scotland. While teams from Wales take part in the English football divisions, this is not the case in Scotland. There have been some calls for Scottish teams to also be part of leagues with English teams, but this is yet to gain much momentum. The format…

Ligue 1 France Betting

Ligue 1 France Betting

France’s top twenty professional teams take part every year in Ligue 1, the premier football division in the country. While Paris Saint Germain are top dogs at the moment, this is a division that has seen various teams described as “giants” in past times. This includes Marseille, Monaco and Lyon who have all made their…


Betting on La Liga


Betting on La Liga

The Primera Division, known colloquially as La Liga, is essentially Spain’s Premier League featuring the top 20 teams in the country every season. Much like in England, top-level football in Spain is extremely competitive which has led to over 60 individual teams have competed in La Liga over the years since its inception in 1929….

Betting on the German Bundesliga

Betting on the German Bundesliga

Germany’s football pyramid is a large one but the at the very tip of it is the German Bundesliga, the pinnacle of professional football in the country. Unlike in other major European leagues, the German Bundesliga is made up of only 18 teams rather than the usual 20, something that helps to keep the quality…

Betting on the Italian Serie A

Betting on the Italian Serie A

Once, this was considered the world’s best football league and, while those accolades tend to be argued over by the English and the Spanish these days, the Italian Serie A remains of a very high standard and much has changed over the decades. From scrapping the old two points for a win system, which led…

Women’s FA Cup Final

Women’s FA Cup Final

It can be easy to forget that the girls have been playing football as long as the boys! Indeed, the first recorded women’s match was held in 1895. And while the Women’s World Cup, played since the early 1990s, generates huge excitement, there are plenty of thrills to be had with the domestic game, too….

The FA Cup

The FA Cup

The FA Cup Officially known as The Football Association Challenge Cup, the FA Cup is a yearly knockout soccer contest in the domestic English game. The standard of soccer is invariably sky-high, with plenty of drama and some spectacular footballing talent is always on display. The final is one of the biggest days in the…

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