Seeing history being made in the coming months

  • Seeing history being made in the coming months

Seeing history being made in the coming months

For all football enthusiast, we really are in the middle of the business end of the season, as the last few rounds of most of the top European leagues are taking place within the next couple of weeks. Though the Primera Division and the Bundesliga has predominantly had foreseeable outcomes with the giants Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atletico, Bayern Münich, and Borussia Dortmund claiming the top spots in their respective leagues. However, true football history and a thoroughly unbelievable storm to the top for one David against multiple Goliaths is taking place in Barclays Premier League as Leicester are stealing football hearts all over the world while taking points across the board this season. Their unbelievable rise is being recognised all over the world, and was further demonstrated as PFA Player of the Year was awarded to Riyad Mahrez, celebrating his 17 goals, and 11 assists, this season being instrumental to Leicester City's formidable achievements. This made him the first African player, and also the first Leicester player, ever to win the award. Luckily for all football fans, there are still plenty of amazing games and events to look forward to as we're approaching May, and the Summer months.

The FA Cup final is scheduled to be held on the 21st of May, as Manchester United match up against Crystal Palace. It deserves honourable mentions when discussing up-coming football events, as it stands the oldest associated football cup in the world. Further considering that the Manchester club is the biggest club in the world  in terms of fan base the FA Cup will might prove the only redeemable result after what can only be described as a turbulent season in terms of results and form for the Red Devils.

However, the event of the year is unleashed on the 10th of June, as hosts France will face Romania in Group A. There are some interesting fixtures that will present itself from the very first stage of the competition as matches like England vs Wales will occur before the conclusion of the group stages, or another interesting match up sees Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal go head to head with the overachieving Iceland. To check the odds  provided by Betway, is undoubtedly a good idea, as they will cover each game and provide a great variety of potential bets throughout the competition. There is no doubt going to be up-sets again in this competition, as we've seen teams under-perform when it matters time, and time again, so maybe Iceland is the underdog betting fan favourite this year.

Though the domestic leagues and cups might have ended by the Euros there are plenty of possibilities to watch your favourite teams as the International Champions Cup kicks off from the 23rd July, less than two weeks after the UEFA Euro Final on the 10th. Other friendlies that ought to attract quite some attention is when inauguration of West Ham United's new Olmpic Stadium, in what should prove a fascinating tie against Juventus on the 7th of August. Being a new chapter in the already rich history of The Hammers, it should prove a great event and a match that will have its bets covered by Betway seeing as they sponsored West Ham in what has proved to be a most successful 15/16 campaign for Slaven Bilic and his men.