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  • 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 our most trusted sportsbooks.

2020 UEFA Champions League Odds

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

  • [June 5] Manchester City have opened with the shortest average odds at +480, while champions Liverpool are +650

2020 UEFA Champions League Odds

Team 2019 UEFA Champions League Odds at Bovada
Manchester City +475
Liverpool +600
Barcelona +600
PSG +800
Real Madrid +900
Juventus +1000
Atlético Madrid +1400
Bayern Munich +1400
Borussia Dortmund +1600
Tottenham Hotspur +1800
Napoli +2800
Ajax +3300
Chelsea +3300
Inter Milan +3300
Valencia +5000

*Odds taken on June 6, 2019. For a full list of teams click the link in the table

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