Belgian football is on a real high at the moment and if you want to try and spot the next Eden Hazard or Vincent Kompany, getting to grips with the Belgian Pro League, the top tier of domestic football in Belgium, is a must.
Thanks to the live streaming that many top betting sites now offer, not to mention wider coverage on cable television, there is more and more Belgian football to watch live and if you’re going to watch it, you may as well bet on it! At least that’s the way we look at things here at Odds1x2!
Whether you just want a small wager to add a bit of spice to an individual game or a season-long bet on who the outright winner of the Pro League will be, our live odds comparison has got you covered. We compare the odds from all the best online bookies for all Pro League games, making finding the best value quicker and easier than ever before. Why accept lower odds when a quick check of our comparison will reveal better value elsewhere?
Of course, most of Belgium’s established stars and very best players have left the lowland country for the riches and acclaim of top European leagues, principally the English Premier League. Players such as the aforementioned Hazard and Kompany, as well as the likes of Romelu Lukaku and Kevin Mirallas at Everton, Thibaut Courtois of Chelsea, Adnan Januzaj and Marouane Fellaini of United and Christian Benteke, Simon Mignolet and Thomas Vermaelen – not to mention many others – are all top, top players.
However, not so many years ago virtually all of them were playing domestic football in the Belgian Pro League and with no end in sight to the conveyor belt of startling Belgian talent, betting on Belgian football and watching the Pro League has probably never been more interesting. Players such as Youri Tielemans, Dennis Praet and Laurens De Bock could all soon be heading to top sides in bigger leagues so why not get ahead of your friends and see if you think they’ve got it by checking out the Pro League?
The season starts a little earlier than many other European leagues, usually in July, running through to April or May with 30 matches in the regular season, with each of the 16 sides meeting home and away. Beyond that there is a complex system of playoffs at both ends of the table, with the winners being crowned champions whilst one side will face relegation to the Second Division.
Dating back to 1895 the Belgian football league is one of the oldest in the world but Belgian football is very much about today and the future, with high hopes for both the current “Golden Generation” and the next crop of stars. We strongly advise you take a closer look at the Pro League as things are only going to get more exciting, not least if you land a winning bet or two along the way!