Champions League Enhanced Odds Offers, Free Bets and Money Back Offers for the 2016-17 Champions League
The Champions League is the most prestigious club football competition in the world. Here we give details of the best betting offers – free bets, enhanced odds offers and money back promotions – for all the biggest Champions League matches in the 2016-17 season.
Champions League Final: Juventus v Real Madrid Betting Offers
We now know the two teams who will be battling for glory in Cardiff. Juve will beat Real Madrid in what promises to be a thrilling Champions League final. Can Real become the first side to retain the Champions League? Or will Juventus manage to avoid adding to their record number of European Cup/CL final defeats?
Whatever happens in the game, there are sure to be some amazing promotions. If you’re going to have a bet on this one, check back here. This is the biggest game in club football and we’re expecting some brilliant offers to help you cash in!
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New customers to BetVictor who join and bet £10 on any football match will be given a £40 bonus bag. The bet £10, get £40 free at BetVictor is amazing value.
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888sport – Treble The Odds – New Customers
Max bet £10, max additional winnings £5,000, winnings paid in free bets.
Ladbrokes – £50 Free Bet and Acca Insurance
With a range of other football offers – including football acca insurance and occasional price boosts – they really are a bookie worth joining if you like a flutter on the footy.
Champion League Final Preview: Juventus v Real Madrid, 3rd June 2017
It’s hard to argue that we don’t have the two best sides in Europe left in this competition. Both Juve and Real have been brilliant throughout and both are likely to be looking for a league and Champions League double. Zinedine Zidane moved from Juventus to Real for a world record transfer fee back in 2001.
He won’t have any divided loyalties though as Real look for an amazing 12th European Cup success. Juve have lost in six finals, winning this competition in 1985 and 1996.
This clash is undoubtedly a tough one to call. Juve’s defence is outstanding but they are more than just a typical Italian side. In attack they can be glorious, whilst they also make things very hard for their opponents by limiting time and space.
Real, despite the MSN Barcelona line-up, arguably have the best attack in world football. Ronaldo just seems to get better with age and is playing more central than ever. Zidane has got this Real side looking far more organised than any in recent memory. Already a club uber-legend, another Champions League success would put Zidane right up there with the very best of the best.
Real Madrid were unbeaten in the group phase, however, three draws saw them finish second in Group F behind Borussia Dortmund. They drew both games with the Germans 2-2. They were both great games but the highlight for neutrals had to be Real’s 5-1 victory over Legia Warsaw.
Juve made easier work of things in Group H, taking 14 points to finish clear of Sevilla, Lyon and Dinamo Zagreb. They dropped points in draws with Sevilla and Lyon, interestingly, both at home.
In the Round of 16 Real looked very strong in winning 3-1 home and away against Napoli. Next up was a tough game against much-fancied Bayern. Real won 2-1 in Germany and looked to he coasting. The Germans fought back to win the return leg by the same score. The Spanish giants ultimately, though controversially, eased through in extra time, winning 4-2.
Juve got past Porto 3-0 on aggregate in the last 16 before a remarkable performance against Barcelona saw them win 3-0 on aggregate. Keeping Messi and co quiet for 180 minutes really made people take notice. Juve then kept another clean sheet in a 2-0 win in Monaco. They finally conceded in the return leg but went through 4-1 on aggregate.
Madrid faced city rivals Atletico yet again in the Champions League. They humbled Diego Simeone’s men 3-0 in the first game and the job looked done. However, Atleti started superbly in the return and, 2-0 up after 35 minutes, were back in the tie. The Galaticos got one back though, effectively ending the contest and they hold on to that 2-1 score to book their place in Cardiff.
We’ll have full dedicated offer and betting tips posts for the Champions League final so be sure to check those out. In the mean time, whatever you want to bet on, put the odds in your favour by claiming a free bet!