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Bundesliga Futures

Sitting atop the German football league system, the Bundesliga is Germany’s top-tier soccer league competition. It’s the third-most-popular domestic soccer league in Europe and houses some of the world’s best players and clubs.

The betting markets amongst Germany’s professional football leagues are vast and filled with choices. Still, the futures odds are undoubtedly some of the most profitable and commonly approached markets by sports bettors.

What’s so special about futures bets? You ask… Well, future bets are season-long predictions placed on an event, cup, series, or championship completed in the future. They’re lengthy wagers involving patience, but the odds and overall value can be exceptionally profitable for this reason.

There are a bunch of markets available for the Bundesliga, but most common Bundesliga future wagers involved predicting the title winners, golden boot winners, relegated teams, and top 4 finish. Let’s preview the aforementioned markets and give you a clearer outlook on Bundesliga futures.

Bundesliga Title Winner Odds

Like most European soccer domestic seasons, the Bundesliga campaign begins in August. It concludes in May as 18 teams compete against each other twice (one home, one away) in a points-based league system that determines the who the current champions will be and the next winner of the coveted club trophy.

Bundesliga title winner odds, also known as outright winner odds, are for bettors wanting to predict which team will be successful in winning the upcoming season’s domestic title.

In most cases, the title odds presented by each of the top online sportsbooks are determined by previous season performance and winners of consecutive titles in the Champions League. Bayern Munich is the German powerhouse that has dominated the division since its inception, collecting the German Champions League title 31 times since 1963. This means title odds usually place them as the favorite to be the Champions League winner, particularly for the past couple of seasons.

Bundesliga Top Goalscorer Odds

Perhaps you don’t fancy wagering on which team will win the title, but some action on the league’s best-attacking players is up your street. In that case, the Bundesliga top goalscorer betting odds are for you.

A season’s top goalscorer doesn’t necessarily reflect on the team in the first place, as we can see from the 2022-23 season because none of Bayern Munich’s strikers are in the top 4 goal-scoring charts thus far despite the team sitting in the first place of the Bundesliga standings.

German Bundesliga Top 4 Scoring Stats for 2022-23 (As of Dec 2022):

  • Christopher Nkunku:12 Goals (RB Leipzig)
  • Marcus Thuram: 10 Goals (Borussia Monchengladbach)
  • Niclas Fullkrug: 10 Goals (Werder Bremen)
  • Vincenzo Grifo: 9 Goals (SC Freiburg)

Known as the Golden Boot award, Bundesliga top goalscorer odds are presented pre-season and throughout a German campaign. They require bettors to select which player they believe will finish the season with the most goals. Odds will influence and decrease during a season, depending on factors such as form, fitness, and overall club success.

Bundesliga Top 4 Finish Odds

With 18 teams competing in a Bundesliga regular season, bettors can also wager on which club they expect to place in the top four. With Champions League qualification positions available for those placing in the top four, it’s always a battle to the end of the season for these placements.

As Bayern Munich is the usual suspect in the title-winning future odds, including for the 2022-23 soccer season, you can neglect these heavy favorites and pay attention to the lesser celebrated squads that can provide excellent odds on their chance of placing as a top four at the end of a season.

Bundesliga Relegation Odds

The Bundesliga isn’t just a soccer division where teams compete for the championship but also battle to avoid relegation during the transfer window.

Operating on a promotion/relegation system with the 2. Bundesliga (Germany’s second-tier professional soccer league), the bottom two teams at the end of the Bundesliga season are automatically relegated to the 2. Bundesliga and the top two finishers of that division are promoted to the Bundesliga. Unlike other European leagues, the third-from-bottom team in the Bundesliga will compete in a two-legged game versus the third-place team from the 2. Bundesliga and the winner take the final placement in the following season’s Bundesliga.

Bettors can get involved in the relegation action by betting on which team/teams they expect to be relegated.

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