Super League betting
Swiss Super League
Super League is the name of the elite soccer league in Switzerland, not to be confused with the other Super League where the best European teams want to create a closed league to generate gala matches with extraordinary revenues.
The Swiss soccer league is competitive as only ten teams participate: you can quickly move from the last positions to European qualification places. The regular season lasts 36 games, as each team plays the other four times, -twice at home and twice away.
The defending champions qualify for the first qualifying round of the Champions League. The other two teams that complete the podium play games in the Conference League — a competition sponsored by bwin.
The bottom team in the league is automatically relegated to the Challenge League, while the second-to-last team plays a two-legged playoff against the Challenge League runner-up.
Bet on the 2021/22 Super League
Young Boys are the team that has dominated the league for the last four seasons. They took over from FC Basel, who had lifted the title eight times consecutively between 2010 and 2017.
After a third of the championship, FC Basel, FC Zurich, and Young Boys Bern form a strong top three that is hard to break down at the moment. All three teams are the top three attacking teams in the league, and in terms of the odds for the 2021/22 Super League winner, Young Boys enjoy the status of favourites given their recent track record.
Recommended Super League bets
This season, the number of goals is very high in the Swiss league. We are on an average of 3.38 goals per game since the beginning of the season. Therefore, a recommended bet on Swiss football is to bet on games with goals. Forty-two percent of the games this season have had more than 3.5 goals.
It is also noteworthy that three-quarters of the games end with both teams scoring. Betting on the home team and the visiting team to score at least one goal is an often winning bet in the Swiss Super League this season.
The SFL and the European Leagues
Nine European leagues (Denmark, Northern Ireland, Iceland, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Norway, Poland, Slovakia and Switzerland), united under the umbrella of the European Leagues, have just joined forces to sell their international audiovisual rights. The Swiss football elite will soon be available to punters worldwide.
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