Champions League bets with top odds
They are the best, the masters. These are the Champions! The Champions League anthem is playing in Europe’s stadiums! Get into the thrill and win! Who will win the Champions League? Who will win the title of top goalscorer of the Champions League? bet-at-home has the deciding through ball with top odds for the premier class of football.
All odds for the Champions League
The top duels of the Champions League guarantee pure excitement! Choose from a large number of bets and secure top chances of winning. Our live bets turn the clashes of the football heavyweights into an absolute highlight. Odds changes during the CL matches and in real time ensure true thrill until the final whistle. You can also follow the Champions League live while you are out and about via your smartphone or tablet. Bet on your favourite now!
Who will win the Champions League 2020?
This year, the top-class final of the Champions League takes place in Istanbul, Turkey’s most populous city. Who will win the Champions League? Who will triumph in the end and win the legendary Champions League cup? Bet on the overall winner now already and secure top odds and chances of winning! You can find all info on the exciting CL matches and betting recommendations for your next sports bet in our bet-at-home blog.
Bet on the top goalscorer of the Champions League
The Champions League is not just known for exciting matches, but also for its record goal scorers. Who will claim the title of top CL goalscorer this year? Bet now! Good to know: Ten of the 20 most successful goalscorers were part of Real Madrid’s squad.
The Champions League at a glance
The UEFA Champions League is one of the most prestigious club competitions of professional football. The tournament has been taking place since 1955. The Champions League matches are played over a time period of almost an entire year. The first qualifiers usually start at the end of June and the CL final takes place between the end of May and the beginning of June of the following year. As of the 1999/2000 season, 32 teams participate in the Champions League group stage every year. Qualification is according to the UEFA rules. The CL title holders as well as the champions of the 12 best European leagues qualify directly. Also directly qualified are the second placed teams of the 6 best European leagues as well as the third ranked teams of the 3 best European leagues. The remaining champions and not qualified teams of the other 15 European top tier leagues play for the remaining ten starting places in the Champions League qualification.
Play mode of the Champions League
The participating teams are drawn into eight groups of four. In these groups, the teams play against each other at home and away in a round robin format. The top two teams of each group qualify for the Champions League knockout stage. The third ranked teams continue in the Europa League.
Looking back at the Champions League 2018/19
Last season, Liverpool FC were the winners of the Champions League. The CL final took place on 1 June 2019 in Madrid. The Reds prevailed in the All-English final against Tottenham Hotspur with 2:0. With twelve goals, Lionel Messi was the top goalscorer of the CL.
Looking back at the Champions League 2017/18
A total of 79 teams from 54 national associations participated in the 63rd Champions League season. The final was played on 26 May 2018 in Kyiv. Real Madrid won 3:1 against Liverpool FC and thus became the first team to win the Champions League title three times in a row. Top goalscorer of the CL was Cristiano Ronaldo with 15 goals.
Looking back at the Champions League 2016/17
The 62nd Champions League season ended with the final between Juventus Turin and Real Madrid in Cardiff, Wales. Real Madrid became the first team to defend the title and won the match 4:1 in regular time. Cristiano Ronaldo became top goalscorer of the CL once again with a total of 12 goals, only 4 less than in the previous year.
Looking back at the Champions League 2015/16
The Champions League final was played in Milan (Italy) in the 2015/16 season. And the final was a Derbi madrileño. Real Madrid only won after a penalty shootout and thus won their eleventh Champions League title. Top goalscorer of the CL in that year was Cristiano Ronaldo with a total of 16 goals.