The first season highlight of the European club football will take place on Tuesday in Cardiff – the UEFA Supercup between Real Madrid and FC Sevilla.
While the current titleholder of the Champions League and the current champion of the Europa League previously encountered each other in Monaco and last year in Prague, this time the match will take place in the Cardiff City stadium that has room for 27.000 fans. The question is whether the stadium will be sold-out as the Supercup is, although UEFA’s efforts to make this competition more attractive to the audience, still overshadowed by the European club competitions. Moreover, the Spanish football fans are known to be not fond of travelling.
Nevertheless, the UEFA awards 3 million Euros to the winner of this game, which is certainly an incentive, especially for FC Sevilla as they have experienced some financial turbulences during the past few years – long-term president José María del Nido had to resign due to a perennial imprisonment – and could therefore really need the 3 Million Euros for the win of the UEFA-Supercup.
For Real the three million Euros would probably be only financial peanuts as President Florentino Perez started a shopping spree just before the beginning of the new season and signed Toni Kroos, James Rodríguez and Keylor Navas – the three most noticeable protagonists of the football world cup 2014 – for more than 100 million Euros. Not only due to the new signings, the white ballet is seen as the odds-on favourite in the European Supercup match. The bookmakers of Rivalo seem to agree and set the odds for the duel between Real Madrid and FC Sevilla as follows: the win of Real Madrid offers an odd of 1.42, a draw offers an odd of 4,70 and a win of FC Sevilla offers a quite remarkable odd of 7.50. (All odds are valid for the result after regular time)
Just a small information on the side: It would be the second European Supercup for both of the teams. While Real Madrid won their last and only Supercup-title in 2002 – which is not really impressive due to the fact that the team has already won 10 times in the Europe’s premier competition, FC Sevilla won the European Supercup in 2006 as reigning UEFA-champion.
Real Madrid and FC Sevilla – which Spanish team will win their first title prior to the kick-off of the Primera División 2014/2015? Of course you can find a comprehensive betting offer with the usual attractive odds for the UEFA-Supercup game between Real Madrid and FC Sevilla at Rivalo.
Place your bet on your favourit – we wish you best of luck with your bets!