Football is the most popular sport in the world and Europe is home to most of the world’s biggest – and richest – clubs. But who is paying the most in player wages in Europe’s top five leagues?
Just a few months after Bayern Munich won a record-extending 32nd Bundesliga title and their tenth on the bounce, the new season in Germany’s top-tier football dawns.
These days, creators are celebrated almost as much as goalscorers in recognition of their input into their teams' success. So we take a look at the assist kings across Europe.
Europe’s finest forwards have been in the goals once again this season and following the conclusion of the 2021/22 campaign we’ve decided to look at the leading scorers from across the major leagues.
Sweeping all before you in your domestic league and in the Champions League is an impressive achievement, but who has done it?
The Premier League tops the list of the most valuable football league in the world, all thanks to that lucrative television rights deal.
PSG have now won eight of the last 10 Ligue 1 titles. While Bayern Munich beat Borussia Dortmund 3-1 on Saturday to secure their 10th straight Bundesliga title.
The yearly UEFA Club Rankings are published with Bayern Munich leading the table on the top.
Every League has its own history and a reason behind every award and trophies.
Simply known as the Big Five, their reach and influence are unparalleled. Yet the quality of each league has become hotly debated