Champions League

UEFA Champs Final

Read more
Soccer betting odds

The final of the UEFA Champions League will take place this weekend at the immense Welsh Millennium Stadium between Juventus and Real Madrid.Read more

join now

Load More Articles

Editor's Picks


A great night of harness racing action at Kilmore this Friday evening will be headlined by the annual running of the Reg Withers 3YO Classic.Read more

Knights v Rabbitohs

Round 9 of the NRL continues on Friday night when the enthusiastic Newcastle Knights play hosts to a South Sydney side on the improve.Read more

Champions League betting tips and previews with Tom Waterhouse

At Tom Waterhouse we aim to bring you the best Champions League betting tips. Our team will use analysis, opinion and all the statistics that matter to make soccer predictions that will help you make the right choice in your bet. We will also bring you the latest Champions League odds for upcoming matches and the league’s outright winner. Bringing you the best insights and highlighting the best odds, be sure to read our champions preview before placing you bet on upcoming matches.

Soccer’s elite do battle on the fields of Europe

In club soccer nothing compares to the Champions League. Ask any Real Madrid or Manchester United player about which competition they would most like to win and the answer is always the same – the UEFA Champions League. Established in the 1990s, from what was once the European Cup, the Champions League pits the best European clubs against each other, first in a series of mini-league groups, then in a knockout tournament. The qualifying for the Champions League is weighted, in that the stronger European Leagues (England, Spain etc.) will have more representatives than the weaker leagues. Normally the winners’ list is dominated by the traditional ‘European Superpowers’ but shocks can happen, an example being the triumph of Porto in 2004. Champions betting odds are available now for the outright winner and you can use our UEFA Champions League expert analysis to help you choose the winning team for this year’s tournament.

Read the best analysis and opinion before betting on the UEFA Champions League

Since being renamed as the Champions League no team has ever retained the trophy the year after winning it. Real Madrid are probably the side most synonymous with Champions League glory, having won the competition 10 times (including European Cups). Their great rivals Barcelona are regarded as being the most successful side of recent times – their latest victory came in 2015 and they have won four titles across the last decade. The best players in the world display their skills on the Champions League stage. It is the place to showcase the skills of superstars likes Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic. There was even some Australian flavour added to the competition when Harry Kewell was part of Liverpool’s winning team in 2005. The Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (San Siro) won the right to host the 216 Champions League Final while in 2017 it will be at the Millennium stadium in Cardiff. Before you place a bet, use our Champions League tipping and news service – it could make all the difference.