Commonly known as “La Liga”, the Primera División of the Liga Nacional de Fútbol Profesional (LFP) is Spain’s top football (soccer) division is contested by 20 clubs but – since the 1950s at least – has been dominated by two of the giants of world football: Real Madrid and Barcelona and most of the betting odds are backing.
Real and Barcelona have won over 50 championship titles between them, and their rivalry shows no signs of diminishing anytime soon. But despite the dominance of the top two sides in Spain, there are many other fine sides – including Athletico Madrid, Sevilla and Malaga – and many (including UEFA) rate La Liga as the league with the highest standard in the Europe. With many of the best players in the world – including the top three in FIFA’s 2013 Ballon d’Or award Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Andres Iniesta – there is no doubt there is a good deal of exceptional talent on show.
There are plenty of betting opportunities for football betting fans, and our live betting odds comparison service will make sure you get the best prices every time. The question is, should you ever take a chance and take the long odds available when opposing Barcelona or Real Madrid?