• Track the odds movement for every major football club in the 2019-20 UEFA Champions League
  • See how each team’s odds fluctuate throughout the season
  • View teams individually or compared to others trending in the same direction

The UEFA Champions League returns for another season. This year marks the 65th season of Europe’s premier club football tournament and we’re tracking the movement of every single team, including some very intriguing longshots. The graphs below are generated by calculating the average odds from several of the most trusted sportsbooks.

2020 UEFA Champions League Top Contenders

Here are some notes of major line movements throughout the competition:

  • [Feb 27] After their disappointing home loss to Man City, Real Madrid’s average odds have dropped from +1533 to +3250
  • [Feb 14] Odds have shortened between rounds on Real Madrid from +2000 to +1533
  • [Dec 16] After being drawn together in the Round of 16, odds fade on both Man City and Real Madrid. While Atletico Madrid drifts from +2400 to +3133 after being drawn with champions Liverpool
  • [Dec 12] After securing qualification on Matchday 6, Dortmund’s odds have shortened from +7733 to +5000, Chelsea from +3867 to +3133, Valencia from +21667 to +11000, Lyon from +23333 to +15000 and Atalanta from +35000 to +10000
  • [Nov 28] After Matchday 5, Real Madrid have seen their odds drift to +1600, while Tottenham is shortening from +3100 to +2300
  • [Nov 7] At the conclusion of Matchday 4, three teams, Bayern Munich, Juventus and PSG have advanced to the knockout round, while three others, Genk, Galatasary and Lille have now been eliminated
  • [Oct 24] With big wins on Matchday 3, odds have shortened on Chelsea from +4400 to +2600 and on Inter Milan from +8500 to +4000
  • [Oct 3] After a 7-2 thrashing of Tottenham, Bayern Munich’s odds have shortened to +730, while Spurs have drifted to +3400. Napoli disappointing 0-0 draw away to Club Brugge has seen their odds drift to +3200 from +2000
  • [Sept 19] After an impressive 2-0 win over title-holders Liverpool, Napoli has seen their UCL odds shorten +3300 to +2000
  • [Aug 29] The group stage draw did no favors to Italian outfit Inter Milan. Being drawn alongside Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund has seen their odds drift from +3700 to +4500
  • [Aug 1] Just two rounds of qualifying are complete, meaning none of the big teams have yet to participate leaving the odds moslty unchanged. Barcelona has taken some money seeing their average shorten from +600 to +550.
  • [July 19] The first round of UCL qualifying is now complete and despite not playing in the round, Borussia Dortmund have still seen their average odds drift since last month from +2100 to +2600. Celtic were the only team currently on offer in the betting markets which played in the first round of qualifying, defeating FK Sarajevo 5-2 on aggregate
  • [June 5] Manchester City have opened with the shortest average odds at +480, while champions Liverpool are +650

2020 UEFA Champions League Odds

Team Odds
Man City +275
Bayern Munich +375
Liverpool +650
Barcelona +700
PSG +1000
Juventus +1100
RB Leipzig +2200
Atletico Madrid +2500
Borussia Dortmund +2800
Atalanta +3300
Real Madrid +4000
Lyon +5000
Tottenham +8000
Napoli +10000
Chelsea +50000
Valencia +50000

Odds taken on Feb. 27

Liverpool are the current champions after defeating Tottenham in an all-England UCL Final 2-0 in 2019. Liverpool has now reached the final in back-to-back years after losing to Real Madrid 3-1 in 2018.

Past UEFA Champions League Winners

Year Team
2018-19 Liverpool
2017-18 Real Madrid
2016-17 Real Madrid
2015-16 Real Madrid
2014-15 Barcelona
2013-14 Real Madrid
2012-13 Bayern Munich
2011-12 Chelsea
2010-11 Barcelona
2009-10 Internazionale
2008-09 Barcelona

La Liga’s Real Madrid has won three of the past four Champions League tournaments.

With Barcelona winning in 2014-15, a Spanish club has now won the past five of six tournaments.

2020 UEFA Champions League Odds By League

The top 11 favored teams to win the 2019-20 UEFA Champions League play in one of Europe’s big five leagues: English Premier League, Spanish La Liga, German Bundesliga, Italian Serie A or French Ligue 1.

Ajax is the only side among the top 15 favorites to not reside in one of these leagues.

The last time a team outside of one of the major European leagues won the Champions League was when Portuguese side Porto won in 2003-04.

Teams with the Most UEFA Champions League Titles

Archived Champions League Odds: 2018/19

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Ryan is SBD's resident soccer pro, though his repertoire is by no means limited to a single sport. His articles have been published by the Canadian Hockey League (CHL), Ontario Hockey League (OHL), and the Kitchener Rangers, and outlets like SportsXpress and Shredthespread.com