The 10 Strongest soccer leagues in the world
Every year, the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS) choose the best soccer leagues in the world. In this article we will review the TOP 10 what, surely, can surprise more than one:
In its day it was known for The League of Stars o The best league in the world. Indeed, according to IFFHS, occupies first place. Its first edition dates from the season 1928-1929 and since then it has regularly occupied the first positions. Real Madrid Y Barcelona are the great dominators of the competition.
Serie A of Italy
It may surprise many that ‘Calcium’ occupy the second position ahead of other competitions such as the Premier League, for example. But nevertheless, always according to the IFFHS, so is. In the last times, the Juventus of Turin dominates the competition with an iron fist, winning the title year after year.
It has a large number of fans around the world and is, long, the one that generates more income at television and commercial level. One of the keys to their success may be their competitiveness, as each season there is a bouquet of contenders for the champion title.: Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea…
One of the historical European football. His big problem is the overwhelming dominance of Bayern Munich that hardly gives options to the title to the rest of the clubs. yes, taking away the german giant, the rest of the competition is very even and every year new talents emerge because the teams tend to give very young footballers a chance.
Serie A of Brazil
Can surprise, but the Brazilian First Division is considered the best league in America. Histories like Flamengo, Palmeiras, Vasco de Gama, Corinthians, Sao Paulo, Santos… are some of the members of a competition from which great promises leave for Europe every year.
THE TOP 10 OF THE BEST FOOTBALL LEAGUES
Closing this list of 10 best soccer leagues in the world, we have to name, of course at League 1 French (whose dominator in recent times is PSG), the first League Portugal ranks seventh, the First A of Colombia, the Argentina Primera Division Y, by last, the Eredivisie of Holland.