Champions League Odds 2023: Who Are The Leading Contenders To Be Crowned European Champions?
While the likes of Serie A and the Premier League might have stolen most of the post-World Cup headlines, Europe’s elite will all have one eye on the Champions League return.
Watching Spanish icons Real Madrid make more history last year as they were crowned Champions League winners for a 14th time, it feels that this season’s tournament is an open race.
With Europe’s elite club tournament set to make its return on February 14th when Bayern Munich make the trip to PSG for what looks set to be a heavyweight showdown, teams from across the continent could all be fancying their chances to write their own piece of Champions League history.
On a list that includes a who’s who of European record-breakers, we have taken a glance at who has been installed as the leading contenders with the bookmakers.
Champions League Winner Odds 2023
- Man City – 7/4
- Bayern Munich – 13/2
- PSG – 7/1
- Liverpool – 8/1
- Real Madrid – 12/1
- Napoli – 14/1
- Chelsea – 16/1
- Tottenham – 16/1
- Benfica – 20/1
- Inter Milan – 28/1
- AC Milan – 40/1
- Borussia Dortmund – 50/1
- Porto – 66/1
- RB Leipzig – 100/1
- Eintracht Frankfurt – 100/1
- Club Brugge – 100/1
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While Manchester City might have been crowned Premier League champions in four of the past five seasons, Pep Guardiola’s men are desperate to make real history this time around.
Although the English giants might have only continued on a domestic romp since their blockbuster takeover back in 2008, a maiden Champions League crown still alludes them.
Cruising their way to the knockout stage of this season’s tournament without breaking much of a sweat, it is no secret that striking sensation Erling Haaland was brought to Manchester in a bid to bolster Guardiola’s European charge in 2023.
With the former Barcelona boss finally stating this season that he would consider his tenure at the Etihad incomplete if he was unable to claim a single Champions League crown, City once again find themselves tipped as the standout pick.
However, spectacularly crashing out in the semi-finals last year following that remarkable 6-5 aggregate defeat against eventual winners Real Madrid, it appears that City will face more of a psychological test when they reach the latter stages.
Best Odds: 2/1 with SBK’s £30 offer
Although Bayern Munich might have shown some initial struggles adjusting to life under Julian Nagelsmann, the German icons stormed their way to yet more Bundesliga history last season.
Likewise, once again tipped as a runaway pick to defend their domestic crown in 2023, the former RB Leipzig boss will be looking to claim some much-needed Champions League revenge this time around.
While the Bavarians might have stormed their way to the knockout stage after winning each of their six Group C appearances by an aggregate score of 18-2, Bayern found themselves under a huge amount of scrutiny nine months ago.
Eventually suffering an infamous quarter-final defeat at the hands of Villarreal, the six-time Champions League winners are looking to underline all the European improvements they have made this season.
Although Bayern might have been disappointed last summer after watching attacking talisman Robert Lewandowski make the move to Barcelona following somewhat of a messy divorce, their group stage romp would have undoubtedly been a major statement to the rest of Europe’s elite.
Best Odds: 13/2 with the bet365 sign-up offer
While PSG might have stormed their way to a 10th Ligue 1 crown last season, the French heavyweights almost find themselves in an identical position to Manchester City.
Only continuing on their own remarkable domestic romp since their Qatari-backed takeover 11 years ago, Les Parisiens are still waiting for a first Champions League trophy to hang from their mantelpiece.
However, while PSG might still be tipped as one of the leading contenders when they open their Champions League knockout stage adventure on February 14th against Bayern Munich, they were disappointed to have missed out on top spot in Group H.
Nevertheless, only continuing to gain a fearsome reputation from across Europe for their free-scoring displays in the final third, Christophe Galtier has a string of superstar attacking options at his disposal.
Alongside newly-crowned World Cup winner Lionel Messi, French icon Kylian Mbappe already finds himself leading the chase to claim this season’s Champions League Golden Boot after notching seven strikes in just his six Group H appearances.
Hoping to lay down an early knockout stage marker on Valentine’s Day, is 2023 the year that PSG are finally crowned European champions?
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