Poland Ekstraklasa Betting Odds Comparison

The Ekstraklasa is the highest level of domestic football for men in Poland. It was founded in 1927 and the 2019-2020 season will be the 86th campaign. Legia Warsaw from the capital are one of the most successful sides in the history of the competition and they are the defending champions too. Whether you want to have a bet on the Ekstraklasa or just want more information about it, we’ve got your needs covered.

For those who like to put their money where their mouth is and have a bet on Polish football – or just about anything else for that matter – our odds comparison is an invaluable tool. It checks the odds from all of the best betting sites and brings you the best. That means you get bigger returns on your winners and long term that can make a huge difference to your bankroll. When it comes to betting on the Ekstraklasa our odds comparison has both the outright winner market and a range of markets for each and every game.

The season starts earlier than many of Europe’s elite leagues, largely due to the harsh Polish winter that often hits parts of the country. The first game of the season usually takes place in mid-July, with the honours being handed out in May or sometimes even June the following year. This extended calendar allows for a substantial winter break, with the Ekstraklasa on hold from mid to late December through to early February.

Like almost all of Europe’s professional football leagues, the Ekstraklasa sees each side play all other teams in the division home and away. With 16 teams in the Ekstraklasa as of the 2017-18 campaign, this creates a campaign of 30 games. However, where the Polish top flight like to do things a little differently is that as of 2013-14, the league divides after those 30 games.

The top eight clubs create a “champion” play-off, whilst the bottom eight take part in the relegation play-offs. These play-offs, with each side playing each other once and the higher ranked side having the benefit of an extra home game, determine the final standings.

May have been critical of these changes, however, whilst it does mean that a side can win the overall title despite having a worse season-long record, it does help to maintain interest for the whole campaign.

More interest usually equates to higher attendances and more meaningful games and from a betting perspective this also tends to make things more interesting too. No matter what happens this term, you can be sure that our odds comparison will help you with your Ekstraklasa bets.

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