2017-18 Champions League Title Odds

Real Madrid recently defended their Champions League title, beating Juventus 4-1 to capture the trophy for the second consecutive season. However, despite their dominance in this tournament, they’re still listed behind Barcelona to win the 2017-18 Champions League title. Below shows the early odds to win via Paddy Power, and we’ll continue to update throughout the entire tournament.

Club (Country) June 5, 2017
(Paddy Power)
Barcelona (SPA) +400
Real Madrid (SPA) +450
Bayern Munich (GER) +450
Juventus (ITA) +1100
PSG (FRA) +1200
Atletico Madrid (SPA) +1400
Man City (ENG) +1400
Chelsea (ENG) +1600
Man United (ENG) +1600
Tottenham (ENG) +2500
Borussia Dortmund (GER) +3300
Liverpool (ENG) +3300
Monaco (FRA) +4500
RB Leipzig (GER) +6600
Napoli (ITA) +6600
Sevilla (SPA) +8000
Roma (ITA) +8000
Benfica (POR) +10000
Besiktas (TUR) +10000
Porto (POR) +10000
CSKA Moscow (RUS) +12500
Hoffenheim (GER) +12500
Shaktar Donetsk (UKR) +15000
Ajax (HOL) +15000
Sporting Lisbon (POR) +17500
Olympiakos (GRE) +17500
Dynamo Kiev (UKR) +20000
Spartak Moscow (RUS) +25000
Celtic (SCO) +25000
Istanbul Basaksehir (TUR) +30000
Feyenoord (TUR) +30000
Red Bull Salzburg (AUT) +30000
Anderlecht (BEL) +42500
Nice (FRA) +42500
Young Boys (SUI) +42500
Club Brugge (BEL) +42500
Basel (SUI) +42500
Dundalk (SCO) +50000
FC Copenhagen (DEN) +50000

Fans of the Champions League will miss Arsenal this season, notorious for under-performing and getting eliminated in the knockout rounds. All five English clubs that did qualify are bunched up between +1400 and +3300 (Man City, Chelsea, Man United, Tottenham, Liverpool). Three of the top six favorites come from Spain (Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid). It’s extremely difficult for a longshot to have any chance of winning this tournament, but I’ll be breaking down the group stages as the tournament gets closer.

The 2017-18 Champions League Final will take place at NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine in June of 2018.

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Dan McGuire

Dan McGuire is the Operations Manager and soccer specialist at Sports Insights. He can be reached at dan.mcguire@sportsinsights.com.

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