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Betting on Spain Odds
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We know this is not easy, but our team of experts is motivated and willing to work for our dreams. Before deciding on any kind of bet on Spain fixtures, you must know about our tips page. There, our community of expert punters and fans offer free tips for Spain football games. This is an amazing way to start your betting journey!
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After you received every tip for all games, throw a look at our statistics. They are showcased by our user-friendly widget, which allows you to understand them easily, without wasting a lot of time searching and reading.
We covered both tips and statistics, we miss only one ingredient. Yes, you guessed it right, it’s the Spain football odds. But this problem is no match for our team, which uses our comparison tool designed to search more than 100 bookies in a second. Thus, only the finest Spain football odds are on BetBrain!
On another hand, we are aware that the odds might fluctuate and there are many Spanish encounters which might prove to be hard to predict at first glance.
Firstly, our experts are ready to professionally analyze your favourite Spanish matches, providing you with top- notch Match Previews and predictions. This way, we will make sure that you won’t miss a beat when it comes to a professional take on your favourite encounters.
Secondly, our team is aware of the odds fluctuation and this is why the odds comparison tool developed by BetBrain will always update in real-time and guide you to the biggest value available on the market for your predictions, no matter the competition, match, or betting market you are about to choose.
One of our biggest missions is to ensure that the odds remain competitive and profitable for you, no matter any other aspects that might interfere with the match in question.
Now that we properly met, it’s time to move forward and take an in-depth look at Spain’s football leagues.
Spain Football Odds
It should be no surprise that football is, by far, the most popular sport in Spain. For this, the Spanish have to thank the British, as this sport was introduced in the Kingdom of Spain in the late 19th by British immigrant workers, visiting sailors and students coming back from the United Kingdom.
Now, when it comes to betting on Spain football fixtures, you have plenty of options. To make everyone’s life easier, our experts created a table containing all the Spain football leagues, alongside the Cups, which represent an ideal opportunity to bet on your favourite Spain football teams.
Now that you’ve met the environment where the Spain football fixtures will take place, let’s go along and see which clubs are the main suspects for an exciting betting experience.
Spain Football Clubs
Arguably the greatest and most popular clubs in the world, Real Madrid and FC Barcelona can’t miss our list. However, Spain's football leagues are home to many historical and important clubs that made a statement in Europe.
Here are the clubs we recommend you start watching in La Liga and other Spain football leagues:
Commonly known as Los Blancos, this club is not only the winningest in Spain but in Europe as well, with 14 Champions Leagues titles. That’s twice the cups of the second-seed team, AC Milan, which has 7;
Nicknamed Barca or Blaugrana, this club is right on par with its fierce rival, Real Madrid. FC Barcelona has the biggest stadium in Europa, Camp Nou;
In a world dominated by Real Madrid and FC Barcelona, Atletico Madrid managed to make a name for themselves, not only in Spain, where they won La Liga several times but in Europe as well, reaching two Champions League Finals in three years;
Introducing the Queen of the Europa League, Sevilla felt short in La Liga time and time again. However, its record of 7 UEFA Europa Leagues will stand for a long time;
A club that produced some of the finest players to play in Spain's national team, Valencia is a name well-known in all of Europe;
Despite not winning La Liga, Villareal succeeded in Europe by winning the UEFA Europa League in the 2000-01 season;
With 8 La Liga and 23 Copa del Rey titles, The Basques don’t need any introduction. If you get to know this club, we are sure you are going to follow it in any Spain football fixtures;
With 3 Segunda Division, 2 La Ligas, 2 Copa del Rey and a Supercopa de Espana title, Real Sociedad won everything on a national level. Now, it’s time to show it on an international level!;
If you desire to watch thrilling action backed up by crazy fans, watching Real Betis is the right way of enjoying Spain football.
Now that we properly introduced you to some of the biggest clubs Spain has to offer, we should take a look at some really memorable upsets and surprises in Spanish football over the years.
On one hand, this list should give you a heads up when it comes to the unpredictability of Spanish football, as well as portray a better perspective on how to benefit the most out of the Spain football odds available on BetBrain.
Without further ado, these are our picks for the biggest surprises in Spanish football history:
Alcorcon’s Miracle: Copa del Rey has always been a place where the smaller teams could make a name for themselves. The 2009-2010 edition has given us one of the biggest in the history of the competition, where the third divisionary Alcorcon demolished the giants Real Madrid in a 4-0 win, which is remembered collectively in Spanish football as „Alcorconazo”.
Deportivo La Coruna shocks Spain: The 1999-2000 edition of La Liga not only marked the beginning of a new millennium but also gave us a real Cinderella story in Spanish football. Not usually seen as a force in the Iberic Peninsula, Deportivo La Coruna struck gold and managed to win the title, finishing ahead of the two giants of European football, Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Girona upsets the Champions: In the 2017-2018 season of La Liga, Girona approached an apparently impossible match against Real Madrid, who were both the Champions of Spain and Europe at that time. However, after a hard fought battle, they managed to upset the odds and defeated Los Blancos with a 2-1 score, marking one of the biggest surprises in European football that year.
After rewinding these amazing matches, we are confident that you will know to approach the Spain football odds with a lot more interest, given the unpredictability that it brings.
Spain Football League Clubs
Already excited to take on the challenges brought by Spain football? As you already could probably guess, we provide Spain football odds not only for La Liga but for the other competitions, which we previously talked about.
The second-tier league, La Liga 2 or Segunda Division, is home to some of the hottest matches from all second-tier leagues around the world.
Thus, not taking advantage of our Spain football odds in this scenario it’s not forgettable. But, which are the best and most-exciting clubs currently playing in Segunda Division? Find out with BetBrain!
We are 100% confident you already heard about some of these clubs. Excited to conquer Spain's football odds for La Liga 2 as well? We are sure of it!
Now, our next destination is the Spain national team. Hold on because thanks to this team, Spain achieved its greatest achievements in sports so far.
Spain National Football Team
Named La Roja, Spain's National Team is regarded as one of the fiercest teams worldwide, and it’s one of eight national teams to have been crowned world champions and have participated in 16 out of 22 FIFA World Cups.
When we think about the players who played for the Spain national team, we can’t decide how to start. Let’s begin with some of the team’s records.
The youngest player to ever score for Spain is FC Barcelona’s Gavi, who scored at only 17 years old against Italy in 2021. On the other hand, the oldest scorer for La Roja is Aritz Aduriz, the Basque legend, who scared at 35 years old against Macedonia in 2015.
Because a car can’t drive only with an engine, but with a steering wheel as well, Vicente del Bosque is the most known Spanish National Team coach, with 114 appearances for his country.
To sum up, the talent which blessed Spain’s national football team, here are the best players that played for La Roja.
Spain's national team enjoyed some great goalkeepers, which we will showcase below. However, one name stands above all. Iker Casillas, the Real Madrid legend, known as San Iker for his miraculous saves, is by far the most recognizable Spanish goalkeeper.
Not only he led the Spanish football team in its golden era during the Euro 2008, World Cup 2010, Euro 2012, World Cup 2014 and Euro 2016. He is the second most-capped Spanish football player and is remembered as one of the finest goalkeepers to enter the pitch.
If when mentioning Spanish goalkeepers San Iker comes immediately as the answer, Spain's national team had one of the greatest defences in its prime. When you got names like Sergio Ramos, the most capped Spanish football player, Carles Puyol, Barcelona’s legend, Pique, Jordi Alba and more, you can’t help to talk about a formidable backline.
Barcelona’s trio of Busquets-Xavi-Iniesta is considered one of the best midfielders formations in the history of the sport. It is rivalled only by Real’s midfielder-trio of Kroos-Casemiro-Modric, who is arguably more successful.