It’s the world’s most popular sport and Europe provides some of the biggest leagues in the game. Football has a massive global audience and Unibet TV has made it more accessible by live streaming the best matches around. Accessing the feed is easy and, once on board, there is a feast of live football action to look forward to.
Football fans will have divided opinions as to which is the best division in the world. Some will look at England’s Premier League and point to the fact that some of the biggest names in the sport are employed here. France’s World Cup winning captain Hugo Lloris, Belgium’s Kevin De Bruyne, Portugal’s player of the year Bruno Fernandes and star strikers Sergio Aguero and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang are among the top overseas talent currently playing in the EPL.
England’s domestic stars are here too with Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford among those who formed part of the national squad that made the semi finals at Russia 2018.
Supporters of Spain’s La Liga would argue that they have the best player in the world with Lionel Messi lining up at Barcelona. A counter argument comes from Italy where Cristiano Ronaldo currently plays for Serie A giants Juventus.
German football fans would also claim that the Bundesliga is as strong as any of its rivals. It’s not quite as competitive with the great Bayern Munich dominating the division in recent seasons but some thrilling football is played in Germany’s top tier.
Along with other top flight leagues including Portugal’s Primeira Liga, Unibet TV has extensive coverage of the top matches. Europe dominates the schedules but we also showcase club games from all over the world. To watch, simply sign up, add funds to your account and a feast of footballing entertainment awaits.
For teams in Europe’s top flight divisions, one of the main targets is to qualify for the continent’s biggest club competition. The Champions League is a rebranded version of the European Cup which was first held in 1955 as a way of allowing Europe’s top sides to compete against each other.
Only in the UCL will you see classic encounters between Real Madrid and Juventus, Bayern Munich and Barcelona plus many more titanic battles between the best clubs in the game. Following the Champions League revamp in 1992, teams now play in an initial group phase. At the end of that section, the knockouts begin in the New Year. Starting with the round of 16, teams look to progress over two-leg ties, all the way to the final which is generally played at the beginning of June.
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Those clubs that fail to qualify for the Champions League can aim for Europe’s secondary competition. The Europa League may seem like a consolation prize for the continent’s second tier teams but, because the winner qualifies for the UCL in the following campaign, it’s taken very seriously.
Originally formed as the UEFA Cup in 1971, a rebrand followed and the Europa League now follows a similar format to the Champions League. The teams involved start with a series of group games and, in the New Year, the knockouts take over. There is one key difference that makes this competition stand out and that sees teams from the UCL drop down into the Europa League following their own group phase. This ruling can lead to some more competitive games in the latter stages but, as with the Champions League, Unibet TV is on hand with live streaming from start to finish.
International football teams in Europe look to qualify for two Major tournaments. The European Championships focuses on nations from around the continent but the ultimate prize is the World Cup. First held in 1930, the World Cup comes along every four years and it’s a time when fans unite to get behind their team.
Brazil may be the most successful side in the history of the competition but Europe have enjoyed plenty of success over the years. Germany, Spain, England, Italy and France are among the teams that have won this competition and all five of those countries continue to attract interest in Unibet’s World Cup betting markets.
The format for the competition has been a little fluid over the years but in general, teams can expect to play in an initial group phase before they can qualify for the knockouts. The best two sides in each section will progress and the knockout stage takes over. The World Cup final is the biggest game in the sport with FIFA confirming that over 3.5 billion viewers tuning in around the world. Unibet TV claims its share of those viewers but remember that live streaming carries action from right across the tournament.
Accessing the Live Stream
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