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Europa League

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Europa League
The Europa League is a yearly event organised by the UEFA. As a result, it is commonly known as the UEFA Europa League, or UEL for short. To qualify to this tournament, any football club first needs to show their performance in either their own national League. Or, related cup competition. As to the competition itself, it has been around since 1971. However, the way it plays, names, and the number of teams have gone through some changes from its early days. That we will, of course, cover in a later segment of this article. So, do you want to get a fairly good base knowledge of the Europa League and how its work today, but also discover some interesting data? Well, then you are in the right place. On that reveal, let’s get down to it, and start things off with a swift history lesson.

Quick history
To understand the origin of the Europa League we first need to check out the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, which was a football competition meant for European teams. That saw its heyday between 1955 and 1971 where it started with 11 teams. However, it didn’t take long before it grew, and by the time it came to completion in 1971 the cup included 64 teams. Moreover, due to its popularity and importance of European football, UEFA took over the reins and rebranded it to UEFA Cup. Now, with UEFA as a custodian, the previous status quality cup competition became even bigger and more beloved. And it was only in the season 2009/10 that the cup saw the rebrand launch that we see today. As a result, the old name UEFA Cup adopted the name Europa League. However, even though the name has gone through some changes, the foundations remain the same.

Europa League

How many teams include in the Europa League?
In the Europa League Group Stage, it all kicks-off with 48 teams that get separated into 12 different groups of 4. That include 21 teams from the qualifying round of the League’s playoff. Plus, 6 teams that lost the Champions League playoff qualifying round. And the 2 teams that lost the third qualifying round in the Champions League. But also the teams the rank 1st to 12th in domestic cup champion of association. And 4th placed team in the domestic League ranked 5th in the association. And, the domestic leagues 5th placed team rank 1st to 4th in accordance with UEFA’s Club Coefficient Rankings. As a result, all 48 teams are now accounted for. Which get narrowed down to 32 after all matches have elapsed in the Group Stage. As an effect, the 5 stages of the knockout phase commence.

A season of Europa League
As UEFA is the beacon of light leading the competition, it should come as no surprise, that a season of the Europa League follows the same patterns as the rest of football Europe. Meaning that the qualifying rounds see the light in the early summer months. Telling us that, normally a season get on its way in June or July, and continues to around August or September. Then, when all the qualifying rounds are out of the way, the proper comes into play. Which usually initiates in September. And doesn’t come to its final stages until the following year. That usually happens in the month of May. And that’s normally how any given season of the League looks from year to year.

Who owns the League?
As the label on the tin says, UEFA Europa League. As such, the organisers and the owner is the same thing. However, worth pointing out is that holding the title of Europa League Champion comes with its own bragging rights. And although, that there is a covenant body overseeing and reaping the cash benefits from the event. The champions can say that they own the League for being the best club.

Can you place bets on Europa League?
When the season is in full motion, you will find all type of bets to sink your teeth in to. Where you are going to find all typical bet types, but also typical to a League kick-off, you most definitely will see the bookmakers offer such things as free bets and other types of betting bonuses. As a result, beginning your sports betting venture on said League will offer you a broad platform to stand on.

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Postponed Matches

Postponed Matches

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TIME: 19:30
RW EssenRW Essen – LippstadtLippstadt
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What Happens to Bets on Postponed Matches?
What happens to a person’s bets when the event that they’ve placed some wagers on is cancelled? Are they just immediately treated as losing bets? Or are they refunded to the customer’s account? Alternatively, does something different happen, such as they’re allowed to ride until the event takes place? As always with these things, the answer is a little bit more complex than you might imagine. Most bookmakers treat postponed football matches in the same way, but there isn’t necessarily a hard and fast rule. Here I’ll explain what will happen to your bet if the match that you’ve placed it on doesn’t take place as it’s supposed to. Hopefully it will allow you to be a bit more confident regarding what you need to do, if anything, should something cause the game you’re betting on to be postponed. That’s not the same as with cancelled matches, but I’ve written about them, too…

If you’re going to talk about what will happen to a match bet when the event is postponed, you need to at least consider why a match might be delayed in the first-place. There are, as you might expect, a myriad of reasons why a game of football might have to be played at a later time or date. For starters, the weather can dictate many things in the United Kingdom and, indeed, further afield. Snow and ice is the most common cause, though it’s not always for the reason you might think. Modern football pitches, especially those owned by the top-flight clubs are exceptionally maintained and can cope with virtually any weather. The same can’t be said for the area surrounding a stadium, with police occasionally requesting that clubs don’t allow a game to go ahead because they think it will be unsafe for supporters to make their way to the ground. Weather isn’t the only thing that can cause a match to be postponed. Injury and illness can also have an effect on whether or not a game will go ahead as expected. That might be illness to a player, a manager or a supporter that is deemed serious enough to mean that the match shouldn’t go ahead. Similar crowd trouble could lead to the postponement of a game, with pitch invasions being on the main culprits on that front. The majority of matches are postponed because of security reasons. The local police force that is responsible for safe passage of the game will make a decision depending on the circumstances and football clubs will always follow their advice. For example, when Borussia Dortmund played Monaco in the quarter-finals of the Champions League in 2017, police chose to postpone the game when the German side’s bus was attacked by opposition supporters and explosives went off. The police deemed it to be unsafe, so the game didn’t go ahead as it was supposed to. One of the most unintentionally amusing occasions that led to a postponed match in recent times occurred on the last day of the season in the 2015-2016 Premier League campaign, though things seemed very serious at the time. Manchester United were playing host to Bournemouth when a ‘bomb’ was found in the toilets at Old Trafford not long before kick-off, leading to supporters being asked to leave and the bomb disposal team being called in. A controlled explosion was carried out on the device, which was later discovered to be a replica bomb used by a private firm who had hired Old Trafford to host an event. The match was rearranged for two days later, though it didn’t make any major difference to the outcome of the league.

As I suggested in my introduction, different bookmakers have different rules when it comes to postponed football matches. A few years ago the majority of them would want to wait to see whether or not the game was re-arranged, introducing rules that said that unsettled bets would stand if the game was re-organised within three hours of the original kick-off time. Some bookies still stick by this, but in the majority of cases they found that the waiting to see was causing confusion with punters and so they’ve abandoned that way of thinking all together. Instead, as soon as it is confirmed that a match has been postponed all bets placed on it are declared void. That means that the stake money you used to place the bet will be returned to your online account. Should the match then be re-arranged then you’ll be able to re-place them for the new fixture, though it’s entirely possible that the odds may have changed. Sadly there’s nothing you can do about that. Some bookmakers will apply the same rules to matches that have their details changed, such as the venue being altered or the opposition changing. In short, if anything happens to mean that the match that you’ve bet on won’t take place as it was supposed to when you bet on it then you’ll simply get your stake refunded to you.

The beauty of betting is that there are so many variations to the type of bet that you can place. A single bet on something like a Correct Score prediction is one thing, but what happens if you’ve placed a multiple-bet accumulator and one of the fixtures that you’ve bet on ends up being postponed for some reason or another? In short, it’s simple removed from the accumulator and the rest of the bet plays out as if it had never contained a wager on the postponed event. Say, for example, that you’ve placed a ten-leg acca and one of the matches that you’ve bet on has been postponed, well then the accumulator simply becomes a nine-leg bet and is played out as normal. The same is true for an eight-leg accumulator of a twenty-leg one. The only difference is if you’ve placed a double bet and one of the legs that you’ve bet on is postponed. In that instance the bet becomes a single and will play out with the normal rules that apply to single wagers. Again, though, some bookies might say that the bet will stand if the match is re-arranged within a given amount of time of the fixture’s original kick-off time. Whether you tend to place single bets or multiple bets, it’s always important to check with your bookmaker of choice to see how they personally respond to matches that are postponed. The last thing you’ll want to happen is that you’ve assumed your bet will stand for the re-arranged fixture, only to find out that you had the stake refunded to you and didn’t re-place the bet.

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National League

National League

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StockportStockport – King’s LynnKing’s Lynn
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National League
The National League are, in some sense the gateway to professional football in the UK. In fact, the League composes of a mixture of both semi-professional and professional clubs. Unlike the other four higher divisions, that are all made up of professional clubs. As such, it is the lowest-ranked League in the UK. Meaning that on the overall scale it ranks fifth, but it’s the highest level of the National League System. Also, to keep in mind, the name may appear different in some settings. As it also called the Vanarama League, due to a sponsorship agreement. Yet, some readers and core fans may still refer to its older name, the Conference National. However, in June 6th 2015 it was official rebranded, and the League saw an overhaul. Which leads us to the current time and its name National League.

Quick history
We already know the exact date and year the League got its new identity. But to give you some more background lets venture down the memory lane. To find the roots, we need to go back to the late 70s, more precise, 1979. Where the leading teams from the Southern Premier League and Northern League launched the Alliance Premier League. By then, it had one single division at its first 25 years of existence. However, in the season 2004/05, a split where made and 3 identities introduced, that persists to this day. As such you will see the main National League, and the two linked but one step lower the League North, and League South. All following the rules and regulations from the National League System (NLS) Committee. Now when you know the origin and rough outlines of said League, let’s check out the teams and what they play for.

National League Table

How many teams include in the National League?
All in all, the whole vertical of the National League system has roughly a hundred divisions and thousands of teams. Although, the top 3 in the NLS system contains 68 teams. Where the National League has 24, the League North 22, and League South 22. Also, as the League follows the exact same guidelines as the higher one, the same round-robin system comes into account when games play. Meaning that all the team in the same League is playing each other 2 times, home and away. Plus, the rules and regulations apply down to the lowest teams. Saying that no matter where the team is currently positioned, they always have a theoretically chance to climb to the very top.

A season of National League
The League follow the same guidelines as the rest of the football pyramid in the UK. Therefore, a season as such plays between August and May. So when you see the fixtures and result display per season, you going to see it named like 2019/20. Which means, 2019 indicates August while 20 is the following years May. Besides the season walking hand in hand as the rest of the divisions, the same is true about the moving up and moving down, with one minor difference. The club that is National League champions in the at the end of the season is automatically promoted to League Two. While the second spot gets determined after 2nd to 7th placed teams gone through a play-off. While the bottom 4 teams demote to either North or South division. Which is mainly decided by geography. Although, the final saying comes from the NLS Committee.

Who owns the League?
As same as any organization or company structure, the League is per definition structured the same. Meaning that there is a board of directors that is the runner or organiser of the competition. Yet, as the name indicates, Vanarama National League is economically supported by individuals and other companies. All in the spirit to keep the greatly appreciated sport alive in the UK.

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The Netherlands might be a small country by size and are roughly 6 times smaller than the UK, yet, its packs a big punch when it comes to professional football. In fact, according to the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) country coefficients. The Netherlands rank on the 9th place compared to the UK 2nd position in Europe. The League as such saw the light of day back in 1956, two years after deeming a need for a professional football league in the country. This largely due to a dwindling number of players, where many sought a professional football career in different countries, France being the main attraction. However, those days are long gone, and in its modern format, the Eredivisie has proven to be a breeding ground for top talents like Dennis Bergkamp, Marco van Basten, and Ruud Gullit. With that in mind, let’s reveal the history of Eredivisie.

Quick history
We already mentioned that the Eredivisie sprung to life in 1956, but what was in place before? It all started in 1898 with the Dutch national football championship, by which was a strictly amateur competition. Where even the Royal Dutch Football Association (KNVB) suspended players if evidence of receiving compensation for their football contribution. However, the wind of change came after Dutch players residing abroad organised a charity game between the Netherlands and France. That they won with 2 to 1, sparking a public interest for a professional League. And the first professional League was born in 1954. Basically creating 2 Leagues, one professional (NBVB) and an amateur one (KNVB). And to make a long story short, for season 1956/57 it all came together and both Leagues differences put aside, and Eredivisie kicked off. And to this day, it remains mostly intact.

Eredivisie Table

How many teams include in the Eredivisie?
Although the Eredivisie saw some resistance in its early days, the way, the competition structures have mainly persisted. And while many other Leagues in Europe have seen major fundamental changes during its existence, the Eredivisie has gone fairly untouched. And its seems that the birth in 1956 and decision to include 18 teams was the right one. As such, there is not that much more to report on years and different developments. So, let’s jump straight into a season of said League.

A season of Eredivisie
At no surprise, a typical season plays between August finishing up the year following in May. Meaning that this League also developing as the rest of football Europe. And during the course of a season, all 18 clubs play each other 2 times. One time on team 1s home arena and 1 time at the opponent’s stadium. Effectively, it works on a saw called double round-robin system. Where the bottom 2 team relegates automatically to the second level of the Dutch league system, the Eerste Divisie. While the number 1 team claim victory and can call themselves the Dutch football champions.

Who owns the League?
It has not always been the case, but in 1997 the 18 clubs formed a legal binding organisation, the Eredivisie CV. With one main goal, to improve the quality of football in the Netherlands, both on a national level but also international. Where they oversee such things like organisation, collaborate with media and build bridges and maintain the relationship with abroad Leagues. All in close association with the KNVB. Where they, for instance, published its own football channel, Eredivisie Live to broadcast the matches on. Allowing them to distribute the revenue in a unique way. Where they, for instance, create different programs, like youth training.

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No matter if you are a pre-match or live betting punter, you want to be able to see the result in the matches you are watching or betting on. And you want it as soon as it happens. That’s why many sports operators offer a service catering just for that. However, the difference between operators and other sites offering the options may differ. Meaning that you, as a customer, have to figure out exactly what you need. And how fast and accurate you need it. As in some cases you actually need to read the fine print before blindly trusting what you see on the screen. But luckily for you, we have gone deeper in the technicalities surrounding live score. So, the expectations are that after you finished reading this topic. You are all caught up and can successfully implement live score in your betting pattern.

Live score is old news
Despite the name, the feed you see on a bookmakers site displays with a delay. Which are due to many reasons, the owner’s rights being one of them. As such, the score you see is deliberately held back, which usually are around 10 seconds. Also, the lag may have another underlying cause, namely, your internet speed or mobile connection. Although there is a way to get the actual live score as it happens. And to get your hands on at the moment standings you can utilise a third-party provider. Meaning, with a little research online, you will find that there is plenty of companies offering a more precise product. Plus, you will find apps dedicated to just that. Which is available on both iOS and Android. Or, you can watch the game on a sports network to be sure that the feed and score correlates.

Some operator better than others
In some case, there will be a huge difference in the response time on a live score between different bookmakers. And the main reason is that some sportsbook operations rely on a 3rd party provider to not only offer the fixtures and results but also redirect you as a punter to their product and site. And in these circumstances, you will see something like “powers by..” indicating that there is an external supplier of all said features. However, do not fear, you will not get kicked out of the bookmaker’s site, as common practise is to utilise a pop-up window. Allowing you to check out the standings at the same time as you compare odds.

Social media covers live score
In fact, many operators have decent coverage of football games as they happen. As such, using any of the more popular social media platforms can give you direct access to an event. Where designated staff keep the community updated on the game. Feeding you live score, corners and sudden changes. However, don’t expect the bookmaker to cover all of the games that go down that day. As they are more likely only to cover the main attractions.

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