2023-24 UEFA Champions League Betting - Bet on Soccer

2023-24 UEFA Champions League Betting

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The UEFA Champions League sets itself apart as being the dream league of soccer. The Champions League is comprised of the best teams from the best major European professional leagues each year. A combination of automatic qualifying from the top teams in the major leagues and preliminary and qualifying rounds is used for other teams to get into the Champions League. Finally, there are eight groups of four teams for a total of 32 that have qualified for the UEFA Champions League.

Qualifying began on June 27, 2023, and will run through the Final on June 1, 2024.

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UEFA Champions League Quarter-finals Schedule - 1st Leg

Arsenal 2, Bayern Munich 2

Real Madrid 3, Manchester City 3

Atletico Madrid 2, Borussia Dortmund 1

Paris Saint Germain 2, Barcelona 3

UEFA Champions League Quarter-finals Schedule - 2nd Leg

Tuesday Apr 16, 2024 - 1:00 PM

Barcelona vs. Paris Saint Germain - Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, Barcelona (ESP)

Borussia Dortmund vs. Atletico Madrid - BVB Stadion Dortmund, Dortmund (GER)

Wednesday Apr 17, 2024 - 1:00 PM

Manchester City vs. Real Madrid - City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester (ENG)

Bayern Munich vs. Arsenal - Fußball Arena München, Munich (GER)

UEFA Champions League Betting Odds

Manchester City +190 Bayern Munich +750 Paris Saint Germain +800
Real Madrid +600 Barcelona +1000 Arsenal +450
Atletico Madrid +1225 Borussia Dortmund +2800 -

*Odds as of Monday, April 8, 10:00 AM ET

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Quarterfinal matches are scheduled for April 9-10 and April 16-17, 2024.

The semi-finals are scheduled for April 30, May 1, May 7, and May 8, 2024.

The UEFA Champions League Final is scheduled for June 1, 2024, and Wembley Stadium in London.

Defending champion Manchester City is an understandable betting favorite to repeat as the Champions League winner in 2024. Man City put fans and gamblers on notice with six wins in six Group G matches. So far, Erling Haaland leads Manchester Cit with five goals in five UEFA Champions League matches. Julian Alvarez added four goals in four matches. At the same time, Phil Foden added three goals in five matches.

Of course, the most valuable person in Manchester City is manager Pep Guardiola. When Pep arrived at Man City in 2016, they were a second-class citizen in their hometown to rival Manchester United. But in short order, Guardiola changed the narrative and gave the Blues a credibility never before realized.

Guardiola arrived from the German powerhouse Bayern Munich of the Bundesliga, German’s major professional league. While at Bayern Munich, Pep posted a win percentage of .752 with three consecutive league titles.

Previously, Guardiola made his bones at Barcelona in La Liga, the top major league in Spain. At Barcelona, Pep posted a .725 win percentage and won three consecutive La Liga championships.

Nobody expected Pep to dominate as he has at Man City, where he has a .722 win percentage and five EPL titles, including the last three seasons. Just as important, Guardiola led the Blues to the 2022-2023 treble, considered an almost impossible feat. The last team to do it was Manchester United in 1998-99.

UEFA Champions League Winners (2000)

2022-2023 Manchester City 1 Inter Milan 0
2021-2022 Real Madrid 1 Liverpool 0
2020-2021 Chelsea 1 Manchester City 0
2019-2020 Bayern Munich 1 PSG 0
2018-2019 Liverpool 2 Tottenham Hotspur 0
2017-2018 Real Madrid 3 Liverpool 1
2016-2017 Real Madrid 4 Juventus 1
2015-2016 Real Madrid 1 (P 5-3) Atletico Madrid 1
2014-2015 Barcelona 3 Juventus 1
2013-2014 Real Madrid 4 Atletico Madrid 1
2012-2013 Bayern Munich 2 Borussia Dortmund 1
2011-2012 Chelsea 1 (P 4-3) Bayern Munich 1
2010-2011 Barcelona 3 Manchester United 1
2009-2010 Inter Milan 2 Bayern Munich 0
2008-2009 Barcelona 2 Manchester United 0
2007-2008 Manchester United 1 (P 6-5) Chelsea 1
2006-2007 Milan 2 Liverpool 1
2005-2006 Barcelona 2 Arsenal 1
2004-2005 Liverpool 3 (P 3-2) Milan 3
2003-2004 Porto 3 Monaco 0
2002-2003 Milan 0 (P 3-2) Juventus 0
2001-2002 Real Madrid 2 Bayer Leverkusen 1
2000-2001 Bayern Munich 1 (P 5-4) Valencia 1
1999-2000 Real Madrid 3 Valencia 0

Real Madrid has proven to be the best of the best with 14 UEFA Champions League titles, not to mention three runners-up finishes. Real Madrid’s last UEFA Champions League title was in 2022. From 2014 through 2018, Real Madrid won four UCL titles.

Milan ranks second with seven UEFA Champions League championships, its latest in 2007. At the same time, German powerhouse Bayern Munich is tied with Liverpool for third place with six UEFA Champions League titles. Bayern Munich last won the UCL in 2020, while Liverpool took the 2019 championship.

Manchester City won the 2023 UEFA Champions League title, which was part of the coveted and historic treble that set them apart as one of the greatest teams ever.

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