The following table shows 1) the date and time (CET) when the match takes place, 2) the championship or cup, 3) the home and 4) away team, the opening betting odds by the mayor bookmakers of the 5) home-win, 6) tie and 7) away-win football bet 8) Team chance represents the predicted result, found out by the comparison of the team statistics, click on it to open the detailed analysis of that football prediction. By clicking any of the fields, the table will be parameterized according to your choice. Any page has a unique url and can be bookmarked, or even better you can subscribe to the newsletter: you will receive soccer predictions and football betting tips by email, as soon as any match selected according to your filters is upcoming. Match results have to be intended as Full Time, extra time and penalty shootout, if any, are not considered.
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European top football leagues are of particular significance for any soccer fanatic. This page is a database view of the top leagues of United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, Spain, France and Portugal. In this section it is possible to browse among most of the upcoming and past matches of the english Premier League, Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1, Primera Division and spanish La Liga.
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The Spanish First Division began to be played in the 1928-29 season, being the FC. Barcelona the first team that was proclaimed Champion. Until then, Spanish soccer was organized around the Spanish Championship. The first seasons were played with the first champions and runners-up of the Spanish Championship. It was from 1934-35 when the number of teams was expanded, going to 12.
LaLiga appeared in the 1984-85 season. Until then, the National League Championship depended on and was organized by the RFEF. Since then, LaLiga is in charge of the organization and management of national competitions, and is made up of all the soccer clubs that participate in them. The first LaLiga Executive Committee took office on December 30, 1983, but it was not until July 26, 1984 when the statutes were approved and it was officially founded. From Spanish La Liga official web, read more here!
In the early 1990s, English First Division clubs believed that a radical restructuring of football was needed if they and the game in general were to develop and flourish. So on 17 July 1991, they signed the Founder Members Agreement, establishing the basic principles for the setting up of the Premier League.
The League would have commercial independence from the Football League and The FA, leaving it free to organise its own broadcast and sponsorship agreement. On 20 February 1992, the 22 First Division clubs resigned from the Football League en masse and three months later, on 27 May.
The inaugural Premier League campaign started on Saturday 15 August, 1992, with 22 clubs. The 22 inaugural members of the new Premier League were Arsenal, Aston Villa, Blackburn Rovers, Chelsea, Coventry City, Crystal Palace, Everton, Ipswich Town, Leeds United, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Middlesbrough, Norwich City, Nottingham Forest, Oldham Athletic, Queens Park Rangers, Sheffield United, Sheffield Wednesday, Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur, and Wimbledon. From UK Premier League official web, read more here!
Between the 14th and 16th of May, the clubs belonging to the Federcalcio (Italian Federal Football Association) created a new movement that gave life to the Lega Calcio in Rapallo with headquarters in Milan. The first President was Piero Pedroni, who oversaw proceedings for 4 years until 1950 and was in charge during what was the longest championship in history, the 1947-48 season, with 21 teams.
Saverio Giulini was his successor and reformed the Serie A and Serie B championships, reducing them to an 18 team format. The national team’s defeat to Hungary (0-3) in Rome on the 17th of May 1953 triggered changes regarding foreign players in the Italian game. The Lega reinstated the old rule, under which payments for player signings had to be carried out through the Federcalcio.
In the meantime, there was an attempt to maintain the commitment made in 1951 with squad sizes set at 16 players, with fixed wages and bonuses. In 1955-56 the Lega Calcio experimented with foreign referees in the final stage of the championship and for the first time a league match was broadcast live on television, brought forward to the Saturday, to avoid any negative consequences on the takings of the other clubs. From Italian Serie A official web, read more here!
Germany Tier 1 League. Created on 28 July 1962 when the DFB (Deutscher Fußball-Bund – or German FA) voted at their annual convention in Dortmund by 103 to 26 to introduce a new top division from its regional leagues known as Oberliga, which represented the north, west, south, southwest and the capital Berlin. There were, of course, no eastern leagues since Germany had been partitioned into East and West Germany following World War 2. The Bundesliga was the league of West Germany.
The Bundesliga's first season began in August 1963 consisting of 16 teams. The right to feature was a complex system, requiring clubs to apply by December 1962. Their performances over the previous 10 years were taken into account and converted into points, while the five Oberliga champions from 1962/63 received an automatic slot. From German Bundesliga official web, read more here!
Liga Portuguesa dos Clubes de Futebol Profissional is founded. The Statutes of Liga Portugal are officially established in the "5º Cartório Notarial do Porto", with the representatives of Futebol Clube do Porto, Clube Oriental de Lisboa, Varzim Sport Clube, Boavista Futebol Clube, Grupo Desportivo de Riopele, Vitória Sport Clube (Guimarães), Sport Clube Beira-Mar, Sporting Clube de Braga, Leixões Sport Clube, Sporting Clube de Espinho, Gil Vicente Futebol Clube, Clube Académico de Coimbra e um representante nomeado por Atlético Clube de Portugal, Vitória Futebol. From Primera Liga de Portugal official web, read more here!
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