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2019-20 UEFA Champions League Betting

UEFA Champions League Betting

Is this the year that Manchester City finally wins the Champions League? The oddsmakers believe so. Manchester City appear to have the most talented team in Europe and that has them entrenched as the favorite per the soccer betting odds.

They will be out to avoid the slip-ups that have cost them a chance at Champions League glory in the past. Oddly enough, English clubs have been City’s downfall with Liverpool sending them out two years ago and Tottenham Hotspur doing the trick last year.

The usual collection of clubs trail Manchester City as the betting favorites. Barcelona, Liverpool, and Real Madrid are the other clubs with odds of less than 10-1, and Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus, and Bayern Munich are right behind them.

Odds to Win UEFA Champions League

TEAM ODDS
Atalanta +8000
Atletico de Madrid +3315
Barcelona +500
Bayern Munich +690
Borussia Dortmund +4750
Chelsea +4000
Juventus +1002
Leipzig +3517
Liverpool +395
Lyon +20000
Manchester City +415
Napoli +8500
Paris Saint Germain +690
Real Madrid +1704
Tottenham +2006
Valencia +9000

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Odds as of Jan 21 at BookMaker.eu

UEFA Champions League Round of 16 Schedule

The round-of-16 first-leg fixtures are scheduled to take place on February 18-19 and February 25-26. The second-leg fixtures begin on March 10-11, and the final round-of-16 games will take place on March 17-18.

TEAM TEAM 1ST LEG 2ND LEG
Borussia Dortmund Paris Saint-Germain Feb 18, Westfalenstadion, Dortmund Mar 11, Parc des Princes, Paris
Real Madrid Manchester City Feb 26, Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid Mar 17, City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester
Atalanta Valencia Feb 19, San Siro, Milan Mar 10, Mestalla, Valencia
Atlético Madrid Liverpool Feb 18, Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid Mar 11, Anfield, Liverpool
Chelsea Bayern Munich Feb 25, Stamford Bridge, London Mar 18, Allianz Arena, Munich
Lyon Juventus Feb 26, Parc Olympique Lyonnais, Rhône Mar 17, Juventus Stadium, Turin
Tottenham Hotspur RB Leipzig Feb 19, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London Mar 10, Red Bull Arena, Leipzig
Napoli Barcelona Feb 25, Stadio San Paolo, Naples Mar 18, Camp Nou, Barcelona

UEFA Champions League Quarterfinals Schedule

20 March: Quarter-final and semi-final draws, Nyon

7/8 April: Quarter-finals, first leg

14/15 April: Quarter-finals, second leg

UEFA Champions League Semi-finals

28/29 April: Semi-finals, first leg

5/6 May: Semi-finals, second leg

UEFA Champions League Final

30 May: Atatürk Olimpiyat Stadi, Istanbul

Champions League History

There is no club tournament more prestigious than the Champions League. Domestic glory is great, but the exclusivity of the Champions League makes this the best competition around. In domestic leagues, you can take some games off or rest your stars. There is typically an enormous gap between the haves and the have-nots, so it’s not hard to do this and not get punished. However, the Champions League is where the best of the best in European football play, and you have to constantly be on your ‘A’ game or else you might be eliminated from the tournament.

Real Madrid is the most decorated team in the history of the Champions League. The Spanish giants have had two major runs of glory, winning five straight Champions League titles between 1956 and 1960, and four out of five titles between 2014 and 2018. Their 13 championships are more than the number of titles that the second- and third-place teams have combined, and that is a testament to their dominance. Milan has the second-most Champions League titles with seven, followed by Bayern Munich, Liverpool, and Barcelona, who have each won five championships.

The country that has been home to the most Champions League winners is Spain. Real Madrid and Barcelona are the only two clubs from Spain to have won it all, and their vast success has led to 18 title winners coming from Spain. Italy and England are tied with the second-most winners at 13 apiece, but Italy has an abundance of teams that fell just short in the final. There have been 16 Italian teams that have finished runners-up compared to just 8 English teams.

Germany has produced the fourth-most Champions League winners (7), but the next two countries on the list might be a bit of a surprise. You would think France would round out the list because Ligue 1 is considered one of the top five leagues on the continent. However, France has only given us one Champions League winner. Instead, the Netherlands (6) and Portugal (4) are the only other countries with more than one winning team.

UEFA Champions League Past Winners

YEAR CHAMPIONS LEAGUE WINNER
2019-2020 TBD
2018-2019 Liverpool
2017-2018 Real Madrid
2016-2017 Real Madrid
2015-2016 Real Madrid
2014-2015 Barcelona
2013-2014 Real Madrid
2012-2013 Bayern Munich
2011-2012 Chelsea
2010-2011 Barcelona
2009-2010 Internazionale
2008-2009 Barcelona
2007-2008 Manchester United
2006-2007 Milan
2005-2006 Barcelona
2004-2005 Liverpool
2003-2004 Porto
2002-2003 Milan
2001-2002 Real Madrid
2000-2001 Bayern Munich
1999-2000 Real Madrid
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1998-1999 Manchester United
1997-1998 Real Madrid
1996-1997 Borussia Dortmund
1995-1996 Juventus
1994-1995 Ajax
1993-1994 Milan
1992-1993 Marseille
1991-1992 Barcelona
1990-1991 Red Star Belgrade
1989-1990 Milan
1988-1989 Milan
1987-1988 PSV Eindhoven
1986-1987 Porto
1985-1986 Steaua Bucuresti
1984-1985 Juventus
1983-1984 Liverpool
1982-1983 Hamburg
1981-1982 Aston Villa
1980-1981 Liverpool
1979-1980 Nottingham Forest
1978-1979 Nottingham Forest
1977-1978 Liverpool
1976-1977 Liverpool
1975-1976 Bayern Munich
1974-1975 Bayern Munich
1973-1974 Bayern Munich
1972-1973 Ajax
1971-1972 Ajax
1970-1971 Ajax
1969-1970 Feyenoord
1968-1969 Milan
1967-1968 Manchester United
1966-1967 Celtic
1965-1966 Real Madrid
1964-1965 Internazionale
1963-1964 Internazionale
1962-1963 Milan
1961-1962 Benfica
1960-1961 Benfica
1959-1960 Real Madrid
1958-1959 Real Madrid
1957-1958 Real Madrid
1956-1957 Real Madrid
1955-1956 Real Madrid

2019-2020 will mark the 65th season of the Champions League. Only the best teams in Europe can take part in the most prestigious competition in world football, so there is an aura involved with every match a club plays in the tournament.

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