Betting on Spanish Football
Spanish football betting is more than just the Primera Division. Our Spanish football coupon builder offers three additional divisions, as well as the two major Spanish Cups, the Copa Del Rey and the Super Cup. Spanish football has been a popular market for some time now, partly down to the statistical data available, as well as the number of televised games worldwide. This all adds to the growing popularity.
Because some of the world's most famous players grace the stadiums of Spain, it is renowned as being one of the world's most exciting footballing countries. When building your Spanish football coupon, you need to make sure that you are getting the odds you want.
Spain Football Odds
When building your bets, there are particular markets you may want to delve deeper into. This is because the popular 1x2 market can provide low odds, and this is certainly the case when the big teams are involved. Handicap betting is a preferred bet in this case to offer more value.
Because the gap in quality between Spanish football and other leagues is vast, the over/under market is also a popular bet. This can offer a lot of value, especially since there are many high scoring games in La Liga.
The most common kick off time in Spanish football is between 1:00 PM and 8:30 PM Saturday local time. However due to the demands of broadcasters there are also Friday night games, as well as a few matches on Sundays. This means you are never waiting too long for the match you need to fill out your acca.
Spanish Football History
The Spanish domestic league is home to some of European football's most successful teams. The likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid, and Atletico Madrid are household names among the world's elite, so it is no surprise that they are regularly in the latter stages of every competition they play in.
The Spanish football association known as the Royal Spanish Football Federation dates back to 1909. La Liga, the top division as we most commonly know it, formed in 1927. Since many of the population can remember, football has been the nation's most popular sport.
This partly explains why the world's wealthiest football team are Real Madrid and gives you a sense of the global reach that such the Spanish league has. They have been able to attract some of the world's best players, and this isn't a recent trend. Spanish football has been home to some of the world's most legendary names including Lionel Messi, Ronaldinho, Francisco Gento and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Over 10,000,000 people attend matches in the top league every year. With so many people watching the other 20,000 plus registered teams in Spain there are always various betting markets for you to choose from. We always recommend that you compare your odds to make sure you get the maximum out of your returns.
Unlike a lot of other leagues, Spanish football allows teams to use B teams to compete. They are not allowed to play in the same division as their main team but the likes of Barcelona B have been playing in the lower leagues as a way of bringing young players through.
With a wealth of history, the best players in the world choosing to ply their trade in Spain, increasing TV revenue, sponsors (especially those that are betting orientated) and new youth talent, the popularity of the Spanish divisions is increasing. With this surge in popularity, Spanish football betting will continue to entice punters from around the world.