Keep betting on interesting football leagues!


Just as in the game of football, a certain difficult situation requires a creative solution. Now that some of the biggest football leagues in the world have wrapped up their seasons, we can try and find some interesting alternatives to keep our spirits up with some keen football predictions. Let’s learn some more about the football leagues across the world that keep the ball rolling!

A-League (Australia)

Agreed: this might not the first league a rookie bettor would go to if for his or her football bets. However, Australia has a football market that is in full bloom. It’s A-League is the top flight of its national football competitions and is ranked 27th in the world. That places it between France’s Ligue 2 and the Norwegian Tippeligaen. Not bad for a competition that only founded in April 2004!

In the A-League, 11 teams play against each other twice in the regular, after which playoffs are played among the best-ranked. From there, a grand final is played. The most avid sports fans may recognize a lot of team names in this tournament: there’s current premier (regular season winner) Perth Glory, and defending champion (grand final winner) Sydney FC, who’s also well lined up to get back-to-back titles.

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Süper Lig (Turkey)

Another fascinating football league that doesn’t get enough regard, is Turkey’s Süper Lig. This is the highest division of Turkey’s competitive football system, and is ranked 15th in the world, just below the Belgian Pro League at the moment. From this spot in the world ranking, it does better than Argentina’s Primera Division or China’s Super League.

Turkey’s top flight football clubs also make yearly appearances in Europe’s big continental club competitions. A team such as Galatasaray is very highly regarded, and a formidable opponent for national and international rivals alike. Other big names also come from the city of Istanbul, with Beşiktaş, Başakşehir and Fenerbahçe rounding out the big four that make it up the European ladders, usually.

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