If you are a self-confessed football fanatic or just enjoy keeping up to date with the latest and greatest global sporting tournaments, you may already have predicted who you believe will win the 2021/2022 Champions League when the finale kicks off on May 28 next year. If you need a helping hand to decide, however, continue reading to find out which teams have been poised to walk away with one of the most prestigious titles in the wider world of football as this year’s current season comes to a triumphant end.
In the past century since they were founded, Bayern has established itself as one of the most successful clubs in the history of German football and, as a result, a force to be reckoned with in this season’s Champions League. It, therefore, comes as no surprise that they are currently the 7/2 second-favourites to win the 2021/2022 Champions League as a result of their impressive performance during their Group E matches with a recent 3-0 win against Barcelona only bolstering their chances. It is also worth noting that they have previously won a record-breaking six European Cup and Champions League titles and are, therefore, more than capable of claiming victory when the finale comes around.
It is no secret that Liverpool is widely considered to be one of the greatest football clubs in the world and are a top contender for taking home the title of Champions League winners for the 2021/2022 season when it comes to an end in May next year. If you have been keeping up to date with emerging predictions following the action of recent matches or taking to a number of online sports betting platforms, such as ggpoker.co.uk, for example, you may also be aware that Liverpool is a current front-runner having previously won fourteen European and worldwide trophies which is more than any other British club has achieved in the history of the sport.
In the 2020/2021 Champions League season, Manchester City ended their string of successful matches by finishing as runners up. If you are a fan of the club, it may therefore come as no surprise that they are also predicted to perform well and may even cinch victory yet at next year’s finale with recent matches proving that they are, in fact, more than capable and current predictions showing them leading the pack at 3/1. It is, however, also worth noting that since the 1999/2000 season, only three beaten finalists have found themselves in the final the following year.
In the wider world of football, Chelsea is amongst some of the greatest, and most successful, British clubs to play on a worldwide scale. In this year’s Champions League season, if their recent successes are anything to go by, they are expected to defend their title as Champions League winners that they achieved when they narrowly beat Manchester City in Portugal last year in front of a crowd of 14,000. They may not necessarily be front-runners at this point in time but a total of eight clubs have defended their title in the past.
If you have been keeping up to date with this year’s Champions League matches, you may have your own predictions when it comes to who will come out on top. It is, however, widely regarded that Bayern, Liverpool, Manchester City, and Chelsea are amongst the top contenders and that one of them will become the 2021/2022 Champions League winners when the highly anticipated finale plays out on May 28 next year.