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Top 10 Football Betting Tips

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Top 10 Football Betting Tips

 

Sports betting is quite popular among sports fans, and not only. A lot bet to make watching sports more exciting. The others bet to win big. In any case, there are some secret football tips that will help you be successful in sports betting. Check out these free football betting tips that will make your betting experience more enjoyable!

1. Bankroll Management

Have a set amount for each wager and ALWAYS bet within your means. The key to winning and building your bankroll is remembering that Sports-Betting is a MARATHON and not a RACE!

Not a day goes by throughout the year where there is not something to bet on.  Do not get caught up with all this action and feel that you should make football bet daily. Watch the lines daily and jump only on the games that stand out the most. When in doubt, DO NOT play!

2. Make Sure You Track Your Wins and Losses

Talk to most average gambler’s and they will say things like, “Yeah – I am up a bit”, or “I am not down that much this season”, but in reality they have no clue. Keep track of what you are laying down each week and what you are cashing out. The “Sharp’s” do, so why shouldn’t you?!

Some bookmakers offer different bonuses, for example “get £30 in free bets”, free bet stakes, different welcome bonuses, but don’t get much excited with that and know when to stop.

3. Bet WITHOUT Emotion

The next one in the list of the best football betting tips is to bet without emotions. You can fall into several traps ~ some are as follows:

NEVER chase your losses and think your luck will turn around if you keep betting or double up your wager.

NEVER follow popular/public opinion and popular football betting predictions as the public loses way more than they win. Some are used to follow popular weekend football tips or Saturday football tips. Sometimes you can get caught up in the office/online hype and make a poor betting decision.

NEVER bet just because you feel you should. Super Bowl prop bets are good examples.

I could go on & on in this category but I think you get the point. Pay attention to these important sports betting tips to get the maximum of the betting experience.

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4. Know a Few Sports Inside and Out

It is CRAZY the amount of sports that you can bet on 24 hours a day!  Stick to a few sports and get good at trends and stats of a few leagues. I like to bet on the NBA, NFL & MLB.  Some of my friends prefer the equivalent at the College level, while others like betting on the Premier Soccer Leagues in Europe. The key is that we do not bet on everything, just select a few that we know and study.

5. Know a Few Teams Inside Out

I mentioned earlier NOT to bet on your favorite teams unless you are willing to bet against them as well. I have learned throughout the years that although I hope my team(s) win every game, unfortunately they will not. Good thing is that I know how they stack up against certain teams so this helps me to win with, against, and with Over/Unders.

6. Never Parlay

Same goes with teasers – never add points or eliminate points to original spread. Seems like this strategy would be easy but you will find that you will lose more often than you win. It is tough enough to win 1 game let alone 2, even if I have control over the spread.

7. Watch Early Line Movements

Generally, this is where “Sharp” money is going.  The “Wise Guys” are always looking for an attractive line and when they see one freshly posted, they generally JUMP ON THESE early.   This is not always the case but lines that move early usually have the backing of “Sharp” money.  When lines move late/closer to game time/day this is generally “PUBLIC MONEY”.  Remember what I said earlier ~ “The public loses more than they win”.

8. Momentum

If you are up BIG early in the week or up BIG for the day (i.e. NFL Sunday), don’t be afraid to “Pump The Brakes” and cash out.  The goal is have more winning weeks than losing weeks.  Same holds true for consecutive losses ~ take a few days off, collect your thoughts and regroup.

9. Keep It Fun & Entertaining

I have made many mistakes early in my sports-betting career but if you follow the previous suggestions, Sports-Betting can be VERY exciting!  Do not get me wrong, some days you will want to pull your hair-out when a “Freak Play” decides the game ~ causing you to lose ~ but hang in there, as “Brighter Days” are sure to come.

10. Don’t Bet on Your Favorite Team

Some people just bet on a club, because they like or support it. But remember that your favorite club cannot always win. Never make football bets on your favorite team unless you are willing to bet against them every now and then.

World Cup 2022 Fixtures & Dates

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World Cup 2022 Fixtures & Dates

FIFA World Cup 2022 Fixtures: The tournament is scheduled to take place from 21 November, 2022 to 18 December, 2022. The tournament will take place in Qatar and due to the Qatar summer temperature, the dates of the tournament were changed from the traditional summer staging to Autumn-Winter.

 

FIFA World Cup 2022 Dates

21 November – 18 December 2022

Group Stage Matches

World Cup 2022 Round of 16 Matches

World Cup 2022 Quarter-finals Matches

World Cup 2022 Semi-finals Matches

World Cup 2022 Final Match

World Cup 2022 Schedule

World Cup 2022 Group Stage Schedule

During the group stage, each team will play 3 World Cup 2022 Fixtures. The group stage matches are scheduled on:

Matchday1: 21 November – 24 November, 2022

Matchday2: 25 November – 28 November, 2022

Matchday3: 29 November – 02 December, 2022

 

World Cup 2022 finals schedule by groups:

World Cup 2022 Group A

21/11/2022 | Al Thumama Stadium

Senegal vs Netherlands

21/11/2022 | Al Bayt Stadium

Qatar vs Ecuador

25/11/2022 | Al Thumama Stadium

Qatar vs Senegal

25/11/2022 | Khalifa International Stadium

Netherlands vs Ecuador

29/11/2022 | Khalifa International Stadium

Ecuador vs Senegal

29/11/2022 | Al Bayt Stadium

Netherlands vs Qatar

World Cup 2022 Group B

21/11/2022 | Khalifa International Stadium

England vs Iran

21/11/2022 | Al Rayyan Stadium

USA vs Wales

25/11/2022 | Al Rayyan Stadium

Wales vs Iran

25/11/2022 | Al Bayt Stadium

England vs USA

29/11/2022 | Al Thumama Stadium

Iran vs USA

29/11/2022 | Al Rayyan Stadium

Wales vs England

 

 

World Cup 2022 Group C

22/11//2022 | Lusail Stadium

Argentina vs Saudi Arabia

22/11/2022 | Stadium 974

Mexico vs Poland

26/11/2022 | Education City Stadium

Poland vs Saudi Arabia

26/11/2022 | Lusail Stadium

Argentina vs Mexico

30/11/2022 | Stadium 974

Poland vs Argentina

30/11/2022 | Lusail Stadium

Saudi Arabia vs Mexico

World Cup 2022 Group D

22/11/2022 | Education City Stadium

Denmark vs Tunisia

22/11/2022 | Al Wakrah Sports Complex

France vs Australia

26/11/2022 | Al Wakrah Sports Complex

Tunisia vs Australia

26/11/2022 | Stadium 974

France vs Denmark

30/11/2022 | Education City Stadium

Tunisia vs France

30/11/2022 | Al Wakrah Sports Complex

Australia vs Denmark

 

 

World Cup 2022 Group E

23/11/2022 | Khalifa International Stadium

Germany vs Japan

23/11/2022 | Al Thumama Stadium

Spain vs Costa Rica

27/11/2022 | Al Rayyan Stadium

Japan vs Costa Rica

27/11/2022 | Al Bayt Stadium

Spain vs Germany

01/12/2022 | Khalifa International Stadium

Japan vs Spain

01/12/2022 | Al Bayt Stadium

Costa Rica vs Germany

World Cup 2022 Group F

23/11/2022 | Al Bayt Stadium

Morocco vs Croatia

23/11/2022 | Al Rayyan Stadium

Belgium vs Canada

27/11/2022 | Al Thumama Stadium

Belgium vs Morocco

27/11/2022 | Khalifa International Stadium

Croatia vs Canada

01/12/2022 | Al Rayyan Stadium

Croatia vs Belgium

01/12/2022 | Al Thumama Stadium

Canada vs Morocco

 

World Cup 2022 Group G

24/11//2022 | Al Wakrah Sports Complex

Switzerland vs Cameroon

24/11/2022 | Lusail Stadium

Brazil vs Serbia

28/11/2022 | Al Wakrah Sports Complex

Cameroon vs Serbia

28/11/2022 | Stadium 974

Brazil vs Switzerland

02/12/2022 | Stadium 974

Serbia vs Switzerland

02/12/2022 | Lusail Stadium

Cameroon vs Brazil

World Cup 2022 Group H

24/11/2022 | Education City Stadium

Uruguay vs South Korea

24/11/2022 | Stadium 974

Portugal vs Ghana

28/11/2022 | Education City Stadium

South Korea vs Ghana

28/11/2022 | Lusail Stadium

Portugal vs Uruguay

02/12/2022 | Education City Stadium

South Korea vs Portugal

02/12/2022 | Al Wakrah Sports Complex

Ghana vs Uruguay

 

World Cup 2022 Fixtures: Knockout Phase

World Cup 2022 Round of 16 Matches

03/12/2022

04/12/2022

05/12/2022

06/12/2022

World Cup 2022 Quarter-finals Matches

09/12/2022

10/12/2022

World Cup 2022 Semi-finals Matches

13/12/2022

14/12/2022

World Cup 2022 Third Place Match

17/12/2022

World Cup 2022 Final Match

18 December, 2022 | Lusail Stadium

World Cup 2022 Groups & Teams

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World Cup 2022 Groups & Teams

 

World Cup 2022 Teams: The tournament is scheduled to take place from 21 November, 2022 to 18 December, 2022. The World Cup 2022 is the last one that will have 32 participant countries. Let’s have a look at the stats of World Cup 2022 groups & teams.

 

World Cup 2022 Teams

World Cup Group A

 

 Netherlands

11 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

3-time tournament runners-up in 1974, 1978 and 2010.

1 time finished in third place in 2014.

50 matches played in total.

27 matches won in total.

Player with most appearances: Wesley Sneijder – 17 matches (2006, 2010 and 2014).

Top goal scorer: Johnny Rep – 7 goals (1974 and 1978).

 Ecuador

4 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

1 time reached the Round of 16 in 2006.

10 matches played in total.

4 matches won in total.

10 goals scored in total.

Top goal scorer: Édison Méndez – 8 goals (2002, 2006 and 2014).

 

 

 

 Qatar

1 FIFA World Cup Final Tournament (World Cup 2022 included).

 

 

 

 

 Senegal

3 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

1 time reached the Quarter-finals in 2002.

8 matches played in total.

3 matches won in total.

11 goals scored in total.

Top goal scorer: Papa Bouba Diop – 3 goals (2002).

 

World Cup 2022 Groups & Teams

World Cup 2022 Group B

 England

16 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

1-time World Cup champions in 1966.

2 times finished in fourth place in 1990, 2018.

69 matches played in total.

29 matches won in total.

Top goal scorer: Gary Lineker – 10 goals (1986, 1990).

 USA

11 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

1 time reached the Quarter-finals in 2002.

33 matches played in total.

8 matches won in total.

Top goal scorer: Landon Donovan – 5 goals (2002, 2010).

 

 

 

 IR Iran

6 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

15 matches played in total.

2 matches won in total.

Top goal scorer: Iraj Danaeifard – 1 goal in 1978.

 

 Wales

2 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

1 time reached the Quarter-finals in 1958.

5 matches played in total.

1 match won in total.

Top goal scorer: Ivor Allchurch  – 2 goals in 1958.

 

World Cup 2022 Teams

World Cup 2022 Group C

 Argentina

18 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

2-times World Cup champions in 1978 and 1986.

3-times tournament runners-up in 1930, 1986 and 2014.

81 matches played in total.

47 matches won in total.

137 goals scored.

Top goal scorers: Gabriel Batistuta – 10 goals (1994, 1998, 2002).

 Mexico

17 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

2 times reached the Quarter-finals in 1970 and 1986.

57 matches played in total.

16 matches won in total.

60 goals scored.

Top goal scorer: Luis Hernández and Javier Hernández – 4 goals each (1998, 2010, 2014, 2018).

 

 

 Poland

9 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

3 times finished in third place in 1974 and 1982.

34 matches played in total.

16 matches won in total.

Top goal scorers: Grzegorz Lato – 10 goals (1974, 1978, 1982).

 

 Saudi Arabia

6 times qualified for EURO final tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

1 time reached the Round of 16 in 1994.

16 matches played in total.

3 matches won in total.

11 goals scored.

Top goal scorer: Sami Al-Jaber – 3 goals (1994, 1998, 2006).

 

 

World Cup 2022 Teams

World Cup 2022 Group D

 France

16 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

2-times World Cup champions in 1998 and 2018.

1-time tournament runners-up in 2006.

2 times finished in third place in 1958 and 1986.

66 matches played in total.

34 matches won in total.

Top goal scorer: Just Fontaine – 13 goals (1958). 

 Denmark

6 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

1 time reached the Quarter-finals in 1998.

20 matches played in total.

9 matches won in total.

30 goals scored in total.

Top goal scorers: Jon Dahl Tomasson – 5 goals (2002, 2010).

 

 

 

 Tunisia

11 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included) (1930-1954 as part of France).

15 matches played in total.

2 matches won in total.

13 goals scored in total.

Top goal scorer: Wahbi Khazri – 2 goals (2018).

 

 

 Australia

6 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

1 time reached the Round of 16 in 2006.

16 matches played in total.

2 matches won in total.

13 goals scored in total.

Top goal scorers: Tim Cahill – 5 goals (2006, 2010, 2014).

 

World Cup 2022 Teams

World Cup 2022 Group E

 Germany

20 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

4 times World Cup champions in 1954, 1974, 1990, 2014.

4 times tournament runners-up in 1966, 1982, 1986, 2002.

109 matches played in total.

67 matches won in total.

Top goal scorer: Miroslav Klose – 16 goals (2002, 2006, 2010, 2014).

 Spain

16 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

1 time World Cup champion in 2010.

4 times reached the Quarter-finals in 1934, 1986, 1994, 2002.

63 matches played in total.

30 matches won in total.

Top goal scorer: David Villa – 9 goals (2006, 2010, 2014).

 

 

 Japan

7 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

21 matches played in total.

5 matches won in total.

20 goals scored in total.

Top goalscorer: Keisuke Honda – 4 goals (2010, 2014, 2018).

 

 Costa Rica

6 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

1 time reached the Quarter-finals in 2014.

18 matches played in total.

5 matches won in total.

Top goal scorers: Rónald Gómez and Paulo Wanchope – 3 goals each (2002 and 2006).

 

 

World Cup 2022 Groups & Teams

World Cup 2022 Group F

 Croatia

6 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

1-time tournament runners-up in 2018.

23 matches played in total.

11 matches won in total.

Top goal scorers: Davor Šuker – 6 goals (1998).

 Belgium

14 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

1 time finished in third place in 2018.

1 time finished in fourth place in 1986.

48 matches played in total.

20 matches won in total.

Top goal scorer: Romelu Lukaku and Marc Wilmots – 5 goals each (1998, 2002, 2014, 2018).

 

 Canada

2 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

3 matches played in total.

0 matches won in total.

 

 

 Morocco

11 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included) (1930-1954 as part of France).

1 time reached the Round of 16 in 1986.

16 matches played in total.

2 matches won in total.

Top goal scorers: Abderrazak Khairi, Salaheddine Bassir and Abdeljalil Hadda – 2 goals each (1986, 1998).

 

World Cup 2022 Groups & Teams

World Cup 2022 Group G

 Brazil

22 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

5-time World Cup champions in 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002.

2-time tournament runners-up in 1950 and 1998.

2 times finished in third place in 1938 and 1978.

109  matches played in total.

73 matches won in total.

Top goal scorers: Ronaldo – 15 goals (1998, 2002, 2006).

 Switzerland

12 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

3 times reached the Quarter-finals in 1934, 1938 and 1954.

37 matches played in total.

12 matches won in total.

Top goal scorer: Josef Hügi – 6 goals (1954).

 

 

 

 

 Serbia

13 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included) (as Kingdom of Yugoslavia, as Serbia and Montenegro, as Serbia).

2 times finished in fourth place in 1930 and 1962.

3 times reached the Quarter-finals in 1954, 1958 and 1990.

46 matches played in total.

18 matches won in total.

Top goal scorer: Dražan Jerković – 4 goals (1962).

 Cameroon

14 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included) (1930-1958 as part of France).

1 time reached the Quarter-finals in 1990.

23 matches played in total.

4 matches won in total.

Top goal scorers: Roger Milla – 5 goals (1990, 1994).

 

 

World Cup 2022 Groups & Teams

World Cup 2022 Group H

 Uruguay

14 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

2-time World Cup champions in 1930 and 1950.

3 times finished in fourth place in 1954, 1970 and 2010.

56 matches played in total.

24 matches won in total.

Top goal scorers: Oscar Míguez – 8 goals (1950, 1954).

 Portugal

8 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

1 time finished in third place in 1966.

1 time finished in fourth place in 2006.

30 matches played in total.

14 matches won in total.

Top goal scorer: Eusébio – 9 goals (1966).

 

 Ghana

4 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

1 time reached the Quarter-finals in 2010.

12 matches played in total.

4 matches won in total.

Top goal scorer: Asamoah Gyan – 9 goals (2006, 2010, 2014).

 Korea Republic

11 FIFA World Cup Final Tournaments (World Cup 2022 included).

1 time finished in fourth place in 2002.

34 matches played in total.

6 matches won in total.

Top goal scorers: Son Heung-min,  Ahn Jung-hwan and Park Ji-sung – 3 goals each (2002, 2006, 2010, 2014, 2018).

 

FIFA World Cup Records & Stats

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FIFA World Cup Records & Stats

As the World Cup 2022 is not that far away, let’s have a look at the history and see the World Cup’s most impressive records!

World Cup Team Records

Most World Cup titles:

The most World Cup tournaments won by Brazil (1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002); 5 times.

Most finishes in the top two:

West Germany/Germany reached the final of the World Cup 8 times (1954, 1966, 1974, 1982, 1986, 1990, 2002, 2014).

Most World Cup final tournament appearances:

Brazil played in 22 World Cup final tournaments (all the tournaments).

Most titles won by a confederation:

UEFA teams won the World Cup for 12 times (1934, 1938, 1954, 1966, 1974, 1982, 1990, 1998, 2006, 2010, 2014, 2018).

Most consecutive championships:

Italy and Brazil won the World Cup 2 times consecutively (Italy in 1934–1938 and Brazil in 1958–1962).

Most consecutive second-place finishes:

Netherlands and West Germany finished in 2nd place 2 times consecutively (Netherlands in 1974–1978 and West Germany in 1982–1986).

Longest gap between successive titles:

After their 2nd title in 1938, Italy had to wait for 44 years to win their 3rd title in 1982.

Longest holding of the world champion title:

For 16 years, 1 month and 6 days (10 June 1934 – 16 July 1950) Italy held the World Cup champion title.

Best finish by host team:

Hosting the World Cup, Uruguay (1930), Italy (1934), England (1966), West Germany (1974), Argentina (1978) and France (1998) won the tournament.

Best finish by a debuting team:

By debuting, Uruguay (1930) and Italy (1934) won the World Cup.

Most finishes in the top two without ever being champion:

The Netherlands reached the final of the World Cup 3 times, but never won it (1974, 1978, 2010).

Biggest margin of victory:

9 goals: Hungary won South Korea 9–0 in 1954; Yugoslavia won Zaire 9–0, in 1974 and Hungary won El Salvador 10–1 in 1982.

Biggest margin of victory, qualifying match:

31 goals: Australia won American Samoa 31–0 in 2001 April 11, 2002 OFC Group 1.

Most goals scored in a match by one team:

Hungary scored 10 goals and beat El Salvador 10–1 in 1982.

Most goals scored in a match by both teams:

Austria 7–5 Switzerland: teams scored 12 goals in a 1954 match.

Highest scoring draw:

4–4 is the highest draw in World Cup history. This score was set in matches England vs Belgium in 1954 and Soviet Union vs Colombia in 1962.

Most goals scored in extra time by both teams:

5 goals; Italy 3–2 West Germany in 1970.

Most goals scored in a final by one team:

Brazil scored 5 goals in the 1958 final.

Fewest goals scored in a final by both teams:

Brazil and Italy played 0-0 in the World Cup 1994 final.

Most goals in a tournament by one team:

Hungary scored 27 goals in the World Cup 1954.

World Cup Individual Records

Most championships:

Pelé won 3 World Cup final tournaments (Brazil, 1958, 1962 (only played in first two matches; medal awarded retroactively by FIFA in 2007) and 1970),

Most tournament appearances:

Antonio Carbajal played 5 World Cup final tournaments (Mexico, 1950–1966), Lothar Matthäus (Germany, 1982–1998), and Rafael Márquez (Mexico, 2002–2018).

Most appearances in All-Star Team:

Djalma Santos (Brazil, 1954–1962), Franz Beckenbauer (West Germany, 1966–1974) and Philipp Lahm (Germany, 2006–2014) have been in the All-Star Team 3 times each.

Most matches played:

Lothar Matthäus played 25 World Cup matches (Germany, 1982–1998).

Most matches won:

Miroslav Klose won 17 World Cup matches (Germany, 2002–2014).

Most appearances in a World Cup final:

Cafu played in 3 World Cup finals (Brazil, 1994, 1998, 2002).

Most appearances as captain:

Rafael Márquez played 17 matches as a captain (Mexico, 2002–2018).

Youngest player:

Norman Whiteside (Northern Ireland) was 17 years, 41 days when he played against Yugoslavia on 17 June, 1982.

Oldest player:

Most goals scored in final round:

Miroslav Klose scored the most goals in the World Cup final tournaments; 16 goals (Germany, 2002–2014).

Most goals scored in qualifications:

Carlos Ruiz scored the most goals in the World Cup qualifications; 39 goals (Guatemala, 2002–2016).

Most goals scored in a single tournament:

Just Fontaine scored the most goals in a single World Cup tournament (France, 1958).

Most goals scored in a match:

Oleg Salenko scored the most goals in a single World Cup match (5 goals in the match Russia vs Cameroon, 1994).

Most goals scored in a lost match:

Ernst Wilimowski scored the most goals in a single World Cup lost match (4 goals in the match Poland vs Brazil in 1938.

Most goals scored in a qualifying match:

Archie Thompson scored the most goals in a single World Cup qualification match (13 goals in the match Australia vs American Samoa in 2002 OFC Group 1).

Most goals scored in a final match:

Geoff Hurst scored the most goals in a World Cup final (3 goals in the match England vs West Germany in 1966).

Most hat-tricks:

Sándor Kocsis (Hungary, 1954), Just Fontaine (France, 1958), Gerd Müller (West Germany, 1970) and Gabriel Batistuta (Argentina, 1994 & 1998) scored the most hat-tricks; 2 hat-tricks each.

First goalscorer:

Lucien Laurent (France) was the first goalscorer of the World Cups (against Mexico, 13 July 1930).

100th goal goalscorer:

Edmund Conen (Germany) was the 100th goalscorer of the World Cups (match against Belgium, 27 May 1934).

Youngest goalscorer:

17 years, 239 days, Pelé (Brazil) is the youngest ever goalscorer in the World Cups, scoring against Wales, 19 June 1958.

Youngest goalscorer, final:

17 years, 249 days, Pelé (Brazil) is the youngest ever goalscorer in the World Cup final, scoring in the match against Sweden, 29 June 1958.

Oldest goalscorer:

42 years, 39 days, Roger Milla (Cameroon) is the oldest ever goalscorer in the World Cups, scoring against Russia, 28 June 1994.

Oldest goalscorer, final:

35 years, 264 days, Nils Liedholm (Sweden) is the oldest ever goalscorer in the World Cup final, scoring against Brazil, 29 June 1958.

Fastest goal in a final:

Only 90 seconds were enough for Johan Neeskens (Netherlands) to score against West Germany in the World Cup 1974 final.

World Cup 2022 Final Match

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World Cup 2022 Final Match

The football world waits for the World Cup for 4 years to enjoy it, and when it starts the world gets excited about the most important match of the tournament, the final!

The 22nd FIFA competition in history, World Cup 2022, is around the corner. Only 5 months and we all will enjoy another unbelievable competition that will get practically all the strong National teams in the world. However, the current European champions, Italy, will miss it for the 2nd consecutive time.

Final Match Details

When will the World Cup 2022 final match be played?

The World Cup 2022 final will be held on 18 December 2022, which is also Qatar National Day. 

Where will the World Cup 2022 final match be played?

The 2022 FIFA World Cup final match is scheduled to be played at the Lusail Iconic Stadium in Lusail, Qatar.

Lusail Iconic Stadium

The stadium is located about 15 kilometers north of the city center. Another 9 matches of the final tournament will be held at this stadium, six of which are group stage and three other knockout matches.

Designed by British firm Foster + Partners and Populous, the Lusail Iconic Stadium was built as part of Qatar’s winning bid for the World Cup. The construction started in April 2017 and the final stadium was ready in November 2021.

Final Match Rules

The World Cup 2022 final match rules are the following. Like any other professional football match, the WC final match will last 90 minutes and 30 minutes of extra time, if after the 90 minutes if scores still level. After that, if the score still is equal, the penalty shoot-out will start.

Each team of the final match is required to have a maximum of twelve named substitutes. During the match, each team will be able to make 3 substitutions, with a 4th opportunity in extra time. The number doesn’t include substitutions made at half-time, before the start of extra time and at half-time in extra time.

All FIFA World Cup Winners

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All FIFA World Cup Winners

The FIFA World Cup is the most prestigious football tournament in the world and one of the most exciting sports events in general. Winning in this tournament is a dream for any National team and football player. It’s the highest level a National or player can get.

All the National teams around the world find to compete in the World Cup final tournament and fight for the most desired football trophy, but only selected ones reach there, and not speaking about winning it.

So far, only 8 National Teams have been able to win the World Cup, and only 6 of them have won the cup more than 1 time.

As the World Cup 2022 is close, let’s have a look at all the World Cup winners so far.

Brazil

Even though football was founded in England, Brazil is considered probably the top football country in the world. And also the 5 World Cup trophies speak about this.

The Brazilian National won their first World Cup back in 1958. Brazil beat Sweden 5–2 in the final in Stockholm to claim their first title and the tournament became the first for 17-year-old Pelé, the King of Football.

The 2nd title wasn’t that far. Brazil won it in 1962, where they successfully defended their World Cup title, defeating Czechoslovakia 3–1 in the final in Santiago, becoming the 2nd team, after Italy in 1934 and 1938, to win the World Cup twice consecutively.

The 3rd title came after 8 years. In the 1970 final, 2-time World Cup winners, Brazil and Italy were fighting for their 3rd title, and in this fight Brazil won: 4-1.

In 1994, Brazil again was facing Italy in the final. This time they were fighting for their 4th title. And they won it by beating Italy with penalties: 3-2. That popular miss by Roberto Baggio.

5th and so far the last World Cup title Brazilians won in 2002. That legendary team was unbeaten and unforgettable. Also this time Brazil faced and defeated European team; Germany, winning 2-0 in the final with the double of legendary Ronaldo.

Italy

Another crucial country in football history, it’s evolution and still playing a fundamental role, Italy won 4 World Cup titles.

The first time Azzurri won the most desired title back in 1934, in the 2nd World Cup tournament ever. They beat Czechoslovakia, 2–1, became the 2nd World Cup champions and the first European country to win the World Cup.

The 2nd title came in 1938, where Italy defended their World Cup title, beating Hungary 4–2 in the final. The 1934-1938 Italian team was managed by legendary Vittorio Pozzo.

The next title Italy won after 42 years. In the 1982 World Cup final they defeated West Germany 3–1 in Madrid.

The 4th and the last so far title Azzurri won in 2006. The Marcello Lippi team spent a fantastic tournament, not losing any match and only conceding 2 goals in the final tournament 7 matches. In the final, Italy faced France, where after playing 1-1, won with penalties, and the final shot of Fabio Grosso.

Germany

The next comes another 4-time World Cup champion, Germany. Like Brazil and Italy, also Germany has a fundamental role in football history. It’s known for the focus on technique, tactical awareness and positioning.

The first title the National won was in 1954, where Germany (West Germany) defeated tournament favorites, the Golden Team of the Hungarians, 3–2 in the final.

The 2nd title Germany (West Germany) won in 1974, beating the Netherlands 2–1 in the final at the Olympiastadion in Munich. During the final tournament, Germany won 6 of 7 matches.

The next title Germany National (West Germany) won in 1990. This time they beat Argentina 1-0 at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, thanks to the goal of Andreas Brehme.

The 4th World Cup title Germany won 8 years ago in 2014. In the final, Germany defeated Argentina 1–0 after extra time at the Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro.

Uruguay

Uruguay are the first World Cup champions ever. They won the domestic World Cup back in 1930. In the final, hosts defeated Argentina 4–2 in front of 68,346 people and became the first nation to win the World Cup.

The 2nd title Uruguay won in 1950. The team defeated the host nation, Brazil, in the deciding match in Rio de Janeiro, becoming the 2nd team to win the World Cup twice.

Argentina

One more football country, Argentina, won the World Cup title twice. In 1978, Argentina won the first title, beating the Netherlands 3–1 in the final, after extra time at River Plate’s home stadium, Estadio Monumental, in Buenos Aires. Diego Maradona didn’t participate in this World Cup, as for the Argentina National manager he was too young to be called up for such a tournament.

The 2nd World Cup came to Argentina in 1986. Argentina beat West Germany 3–2 in the final at Mexico City’s Estadio Azteca.

This time the team was captained by the 25-year old Diego Maradona. Maradona scored 2 important goals in the quarter-final against England: the “Hand of God” goal and a goal that was voted “Goal of the Century”.

France

Current World Cup champions, France, are next on the list. The Blues had to wait quite long to win their first World Cup title.

In 1998, they won the first title in France, beating Brazil 3-0 in the final. That team was full of legends: Zidane, Henry, etc.

2nd title France won in 2018. In the final, France played Croatia at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, winning the match 4–2 and claiming their second World Cup.

England

The homeland of football, England, won their only (so far) World Cup title in 1966. England defeated West Germany 4–2 in the final.

The match had finished at 2–2 after 90 minutes and went to extra time, when Geoff Hurst scored two goals to complete his hat-trick. This was the first hat-trick to be scored in a World Cup final.

Spain

THe 8th country to win the World Cup was Spain. They won their first and the only (so far) World Cup title in 2010. In the final, the European champions defeated the Netherlands 1–0 after extra time.

TOP 100 Football Clubs on Google in 2022

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TOP 100 Football Clubs on Google in 2022

Would you like to know how many times people search for your favorite football club’s name on Google?

The most popular sport on the most popular search engine!

We are presenting you the top 100 most searched football clubs on Google in 2022 (Important Note: Only the most searched and/or official version of each football club is considered. We have used Ahrefs, the best SEO tool to check the search volume).

To find out the top searches in Google, we have considered the top 300 European football clubs (UEFA official rankings), Libertadores football clubs, and about 300 football clubs around the world, considering their rankings.

TOP 100 Football Clubs on Google in 2022

What’s the most searched football club on Google in 2022?

In 2022, the most searched football club on Google is Manchester United.

Legendary English club, Champions League 3-time winner, Premier League 20-time winner, is on the top of Google in 2022. Football fans around the world search for the club more than 29 million times each month.

In second place is another legendary football club, this time Spanish, Real Madrid. Football fans search for the current Champions League winner and already 14 times Champions League winner, 35-time La Liga winner, Real Madrid on average more than 27,4 million times each month.

Brazilian football club Palmeiras is in third place. On Google, users search for Palmeiras for 20,4 million times each month.

The Complete List of TOP 100 Football Clubs on Google

Let’s check out the complete list of 100 most searched football clubs on Google in 2022.

Rank Football Club Monthly Searches
1 Manchester United 29,080,000
2 Real Madrid 27,420,000
3 Palmeiras 20,420,000
4 Juventus 13,510,000
5 Galatasaray 12,760,000
6 Gremio 7,010,000
7 Manchester City 6,810,000
8 FC Barcelona 6,590,000
9 Trabzonspor 4,450,000
10 Liverpool FC 4,250,000
11 Ac Milan 3,170,000
12 West Ham 3,150,000
13 Internacional 2,990,000
14 Bayern Munich 2,940,000
15 Atletico Madrid 2,840,000
16 Chelsea FC 2,270,000
17 Paris Saint Germain 2,110,000
18 River Plate 2,110,000
19 Inter Milan 2,100,000
20 Besiktas 2,020,000
21 Boca Juniors 1,990,000
22 As Roma 1,750,000
23 Sevilla FC 1,730,000
24 Borussia Dortmund 1,710,000
25 Eintracht Frankfurt 1,460,000
26 Villarreal 1,410,000
27 Real Sociedad 1,380,000
28 Rb Leipzig 1,340,000
29 Feyenoord 1,310,000
30 Fenerbahce 1,280,000
31 Independiente 1,150,000
32 Celtic FC 974,000
33 Sao Paulo FC 969,000
34 Santos FC 951,000
35 Real Betis 884,000
36 Alianza Lima 851,000
37 Rangers FC 827,000
38 Club Brugge 787,000
39 Arsenal FC 764,000
40 Konyaspor 739,000
41 FC Porto 738,000
42 Sivasspor 721,000
43 Hertha Bsc 688,000
44 Valencia CF 677,000
45 Bayer Leverkusen 606,000
46 Tottenham Hotspur 547,000
47 Southampton FC 437,000
48 Ajax FC 430,000
49 Athletic Bilbao 430,000
50 Celta De Vigo 405,000
51 Legia Warszawa 393,000
52 Vitesse 359,000
53 Olympique Lyonnais 348,000
54 Everton FC 345,000
55 Shakhtar Donetsk 321,000
56 Alanyaspor 311,000
57 Sc Freiburg 303,000
58 Granada CF 302,000
59 Torino FC 294,000
60 Aberdeen FC 282,000
61 Ogc Nice 272,000
62 Vfl Wolfsburg 237,000
63 Az Alkmaar 232,000
64 Ssc Napoli 232,000
65 Yeni Malatyaspor 223,000
66 Sporting Cp 216,000
67 Burnley FC 203,000
68 SS Lazio 200,000
69 Psv Eindhoven 179,000
70 FC Basel 178,000
71 Mainz 05 174,000
72 KRC Genk 169,000
73 FC Utrecht 166,000
74 Racing Club 150,000
75 Olympique De Marseille 147,000
76 Stade De Reims 133,000
77 FC Schalke 04 120,000
78 Fk Partizan 119,000
79 Flamengo FC 116,000
80 Lech Poznan 112,000
81 Rapid Wien 105,000
82 FC Midtjylland 103,000
83 SC Braga 98,000
84 Wolverhampton Wanderers 92,000
85 Maccabi Tel Aviv 90,000
86 Dundalk FC 89,000
87 Paok FC 86,000
88 Sl Benfica 86,000
89 FK Crvena Zvezda 86,000
90 Rcd Espanyol 82,000
91 Leicester City FC 67,000
92 Cska Moscow 63,000
93 FC Salzburg 53,000
94 Binacional 45,000
95 As Monaco FC 37,000
96 Dynamo Kyiv 31,000
97 Borussia Monchengladbach 22,000
98 FC Krasnodar 17,000
99 Istanbul Basaksehir Fk 11,000
100 FC København 7,600

World Cup 2022 Stadiums & Host Cities

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World Cup 2022 Stadiums & Host Cities

For the first time in the history of FIFA, the World Cup will be played in Qatar, and for the first time in the history the World Cup will be played in Winter (November-December).

8 stadiums will host the final tournament matches. Most of the stadiums are newly created specially for the World Cup 2022.

So, let’s have a look at the 8 host cities and the World Cup 2022 stadiums one by one.

1. Lusail Stadium, Doha

Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail

The Lusail Stadium has the largest capacity among the World Cup 2022 stadiums. The stadium will host 10 matches, among them the World Cup 2022 final and one of the semi-finals.

Group Stage Matches

22 November, 2022 – 13:00 Local time

Argentina vs Saudi Arabia

24 November, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

Brazil vs Serbia

26 November, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

Argentina vs Mexico

28 November, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

Portugal vs Uruguay

30 November, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

Saudi Arabia vs Mexico

02 December, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

Cameroon vs Brazil

Round of 16 Match

06 December, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

1H vs 2G

Quarter-finals Match

09 December, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

W49 vs W50

Semi-finals Match

13 December, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

W57 vs W58

Final Match

18 December, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

W61 vs W62

2. Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor City

Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor

This stadium is the largest by capacity: 60,000. It will host 9 matches, including a semi-final and quarter-final match.

Group Stage Matches

21 November, 2022 – 19:00 Local time

Qatar vs Ecuador

23 November, 2022 – 13:00 Local time

Morocco vs Croatia

25 November, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

England vs USA

27 November, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

Spain vs Germany

29 November, 2022 – 18:00 Local time

Netherlands vs Qatar

01 December, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

… vs Germany

Round of 16 Match

04 December, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

1B vs 2A

Quarter-finals Match

10 December, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

W51 vs W52

Semi-finals Match

14 December, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

W59 vs W60

3. Khalifa International Stadium, Doha

Khalifa International Stadium, Doha

This stadium is Qatar’s most historic football venue. This stadium hosted the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup, including the Final between Liverpool and Flamengo. In this World Cup, the stadium will host 8 matches.

Group Stage Matches

21 November, 2022 – 16:00 Local time

England vs IR Iran

23 November, 2022 – 16:00 Local time

Germany vs Japan

25 November, 2022 – 19:00 Local time

Netherlands vs Ecuador

27 November, 2022 – 19:00 Local time

Croatia vs Canada

29 November, 2022 – 18:00 Local time

Ecuador vs Senegal

01 December, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

Japan vs Spain

Round of 16 Match

03 December, 2022 – 18:00 Local time

1A vs 2B

Play-off for Third Place

17 December, 2022 – 18:00 Local time

RU61 vs RU62

4. Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan

Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan

The 40,000-capacity stadium was completed in 2020. It will host 8 World Cup 2022 matches.

Group Stage Matches

22 November, 2022 – 16:00 Local time

Denmark vs Tunisia

24 November, 2022 – 16:00 Local time

Uruguay vs Korea Republic

26 November, 2022 – 16:00 Local time

Poland vs Saudi Arabia

28 November, 2022 – 16:00 Local time

Korea Republic vs Ghana

30 November, 2022 – 18:00 Local time

Tunisia vs France

02 December, 2022 – 18:00 Local time

Korea Republic vs Portugal

5. Ras Abu Aboud Stadium, Doha

Ras Abu Aboud Stadium, Doha

Ras Abu Aboud (Stadium 974) is a 40,000-seat stadium. It’s located on the shores of the Gulf.

The stadium will host 7 matches at the 2022 World Cup.

Group Stage Matches

22 November, 2022 – 19:00 Local time

Mexico vs Poland

24 November, 2022 – 19:00 Local time

Portugal vs Ghana

26 November, 2022 – 19:00 Local time

France vs Denmark

28 November, 2022 – 19:00 Local time

Brazil vs Switzerland

30 November, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

Poland vs Argentina

02 December, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

Serbia vs Switzerland

Round of 16 Match

05 December, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

1G vs 2H

6. Al Janoub Stadium, Al Wakrah

This stadium opened in May 2019 with the Amir Cup final. It’s located in the southern city of Al Wakrah and has a capacity of 40,000 seats. The stadium will host 7 World Cup matches.

Group Stage Matches

22 November, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

France vs …

24 November, 2022 – 13:00 Local time

Switzerland vs Cameroon

26 November, 2022 – 13:00 Local time

Tunisia vs …

28 November, 2022 – 19:00 Local time

Cameroon vs Serbia

30 November, 2022 – 18:00 Local time

… vs Denmark

02 December, 2022 – 18:00 Local time

Ghana vs Uruguay

Round of 16 Match

05 December, 2022 – 18:00 Local time

1E vs 2F

7. Al Thumama Stadium, Al Thumama

Al Thumama Stadium is located 12km south of Doha’s glittering skyline. The stadium will host 8 World Cup matches.

Group Stage Matches

21 November, 2022 – 13:00 Local time

Senegal vs Netherlands

23 November, 2022 – 19:00 Local time

Spain vs …

25 November, 2022 – 16:00 Local time

Qatar vs Senegal

27 November, 2022 – 16:00 Local time

Belgium vs Morocco

29 November, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

IR Iran vs USA

01 December, 2022 – 18:00 Local time

Canada vs Morocco

Round of 16 Match

04 December, 2022 – 18:00 Local time

1D vs 2C

Quarter-Finals

10 December, 2022 – 18:00 Local time

W55 vs W56

8. Ahmad bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan

Ahmad bin Ali Stadium is the smaller post-tournament arena. It has a capacity of 40,000 seats. It will host the following matches:

 

Group Stage Matches

21 November, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

Group B: USA vs …

23 November, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

Group F: Belgium vs Canada

25 November, 2022 – 13:00 Local time

Group B: … vs IR Iran

27 November, 2022 – 13:00 Local time

Group E: Japan vs …

29 November, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

Group B: … vs England

01 December, 2022 – 18:00 Local time

Group F: Croatia vs Belgium

Round of 16 Match

03 December, 2022 – 22:00 Local time

1C vs 2D

Top 10 Football Streaming Websites in 2022

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Top 10 Football Streaming Websites in 2022

Who doesn’t know that football is the most followed and watched sport in the world? And as much its popularity grows, so does the demand of online football streaming sites and apps.

Nowadays, there are a lot of free and paid options to follow your favorite team’s matches. However, not everyone provides the quality that will allow you to live the experience fully.

That’s why we have collected the top 10 football streaming websites in 2022 to help you find the best site or app for you.

1. First Row Sports

Website: firstrowsport.eu

The football tournaments that you can watch: Football matches from all over the world

Fee: Free

Notes: This site features intrusive pop-ups

First Row Sports is one of the most popular and one of the best free football streaming websites in the world. The website’s UI is quite interactive. Besides football, it also offers other sport streaming as well.

Here, you’ll find all the Premier League, Serie A, La Liga, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, Champions League, Europa League, and of course the upcoming World Cup 2022 matches.

Besides, at First Row Sports, you can watch not only top European leagues and tournament matches, but also football matches from different continents and sides of the world.

2. Live TV

Website: liveru.sx

The football tournaments that you can watch: Football matches from all over the world

Fee: Free

Notes: This site features intrusive pop-ups

Live TV is another great football streaming website, providing not only football, but also other live sports streaming from different parts of the world.

Live TV allows football fans to enjoy their favorite teams and tournament matches’ for completely free..

The platform provides multilingual streams with English, Russian, Italian and Spanish commentary.

3. Sky Sports

Website: skysports.com

The football tournaments that you can watch: Football & Other Sports

Fee: Monthly Fee

Sky Sports is one of the most popular channels among European and American football enthusiasts. It’s one of the major networks for broadcasting sports championships and leagues.

At this website, you can enjoy top football leagues and tournament matches at the highest quality.

4. Stream2Watch

Website: stream2watch.com

The football tournaments that you can watch: Football matches from all over the world

Fee: Free

Notes: This site features intrusive pop-ups

 

Stream2Watch is another of the top websites to stream live sports and football, allowing football fans to watch different matches and tournaments from around the world.

Besides football, the website also allows you to watch other sports as well, such as NBA, Hockey, Baseball, MLB, Cricket, Snooker, etc.

5. Bosscast

Website: bosscast.eu

The football tournaments that you can watch: Football & Other Sports Free Streaming

Fee: Free

Notes: This site features intrusive pop-ups

Bosscast is another free sports streaming site website that features live football and other sports streams from various sources. Here you can watch live sports and football games for free.

The coverage is quite good, so you can usually expect to find the live stream sports you’re looking for.

6. BT Sport

Website: bt.com

The football tournaments that you can watch: Football & Other Sports

Fee: Monthly Fee

BT Sport allows you to watch all the top football tournament matches. It also provides other sports’ live streams.

BT Sport is available on different devices, including Smart TV, Laptop, Mobile, Desktop, Tablet. With a monthly pass, you get a month of BT Sport, all the BT Sport channels.

7. Real Stream United | Free Sports Streaming Sites

Website: realstreamunited.top

The football tournaments that you can watch: Football & Other Sports

Fee: Free

Notes: This site features intrusive pop-ups

The next site on the list of the top football streaming websites is Real Stream United. It’s one of the best free sports streaming websites in the world. This website has one of the most impressive and decluttered interfaces.

It provides football matches from all over the world. It also provides other sports’ streams as well.

In addition, it allows you to filter content based on your interests. It secures one of the best audio and video quality among the free streaming sports online websites.

8. DAZN

Website: dazn.com

The football tournaments that you can watch: Football & Other Sports

Fee: Paid

The next site on the list of the top football and sports streaming sites websites is DAZN. The football streaming site gives allows the fans to play, pause, and rewind with no commercial interruptions and no long-term commitments.

Currently, DAZN is available on most connected devices, including smartphones, tablets, Smart TVs, etc.

9. Wiziwig

Website: wiziwig1.com

The football tournaments that you can watch: Football & Live Sports Streams

Fee: Free

Notes: This site features intrusive pop-ups

This website is one of the best free sports streaming sites in 2022. It provides a great chance to enjoy HD quality football streaming matches without lag. Besides football, you can also find other types of sports, all of which are free to watch.

The site also features highlights in addition to the live broadcasting which places.

10. Free Sports Player

Website: freesportsplayer.tv

The football tournaments that you can watch: Football & Other Sports

Fee: Free & with Monthly Fee

The last website in our list of the best football streaming sites of 2022 is Free Sports Player. The website provides football matches of the major football championships, including the English Premier League, the UEFA Champions League, the Europa League, etc.

Top 10 Most Followed Football Clubs on Instagram in 2022

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Top 10 Most Followed Football Clubs on Instagram in 2022

 

The world changes, every day we see innovations in every industry, and with this practically everything loses its popularity. But only not football. It still is the most popular sport in the world and on social media as well.

Today, we are presenting you the top 10 most followed football clubs on Instagram in 2022.

Enjoy! 😉

Top 10 Most Followed Football Clubs on Instagram
Top 10 Most Followed Football Clubs on Instagram

1. Real Madrid

You may not be surprised if I say that Real Madrid is the most followed football club on Instagram. Since its creation, this club won every possible and impossible football trophy and it’s no news that it has always been popular among the football fans.

Today, Real Madrid have more than 119 million followers on Instagram and this number keeps growing quite fast.

2. Barcelona

The second most followed club on Instagram is another La Liga team, Barcelona. More than 109 million people follow the club on Instagram. Overall, both La Liga clubs have about twice more followers on Instagram then the following clubs: PSF, Manchester United and Juventus.

3. PSG

The French football club, Paris Saint-Germain is the 3rd in our list. The 2021-2022 Ligue 1 season winner has more than 60,1 million Instagram followers

4. Manchester United

The first English club in the list is Manchester United. The Red Devils have more than 58,2 million followers on Instagram. Only 2 million followers weren’t enough for the club to be in the top 3.

5. Juventus

The only Italian club in the list, Juventus are the 5th in this list. 36-time Serie A winner, La Vecchia Signora has more than 53,6 million Instagram followers.

6. Liverpool

Legendary English club, Liverpool are the 6th most followed football club on Instagram. Champions League 6-time winner and 2021-2022 season runner-up, The Reds have more than 38,8 million Instagram followers.

7. Chelsea

Another English club, this time representing London, Chelsea are the 7th in our list. The club has more than 34,3 million Instagram followers around the world.

8. Bayern Munich

Another legendary, this time the top German football club, Bayern Munich are the 8th most followed team on Instagram. Bayern have more than 32,7 million followers.

9. Manchester City

Another Manchester team, Manchester City are the 9th club in the list. The club has more than 32,1 million Instagram followers worldwide.

10. Arsenal

And the list concludes with another English club, Arsenal. Overall, 5 of the 10 football clubs’ are English. Arsenal have about 22 million Instagram followers.

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