The winners of the five biggest European leagues

The winners of the five biggest European leagues

Football season is over. The 2021/2022 football season has brought us some of the most memorable moments and brought some of the sleeping giants back to the top of the tables. Here we take a look at who won the big five European leagues in Spain, England, Italy, Germany and France and how they did it.

Real Madrid - Spain

After a disappointing last season in which city rivals Atletico Madrid took home La Liga , Los Blancos are once again back at the top of the league table. By claiming their 35th Primera División title, they extended their record as the most successful Spanish team. With an experienced squad in hand, it was no problem for Carlos Ancelotti to bring home the first La Liga to his name. In doing so, he became the first manager to win domestic league titles in all five major European leagues. With the help of an unstoppable Benzema, they won the league by 12 points ahead of arch-rivals Barcelona. We remind you, you can not only cheer for your favorite teams, but also bet on them at

Manchester City - England

In one of the closest Premier League finishes for years, The Citizens claimed their fourth league title in five years and eighth overall. The championship was decided in the final 15 minutes of the season as Manchester City recovered from a 2-0 deficit to turn it around to win 3-2 against Aston Villa. A sold-out Etihad Stadium erupted in euphoria when Ilkay Gündogan scored the match-winning goal to create a moment not seen since the 2011/2012 league title was lifted through a late Sergio Agüero goal.

AC Milan – Italy

Milan took home the Scudetto for the first time since the 2010/11 season. A sleeping giant for several years, they have seen Juventus take home the majority of titles and their stadium rivals Inter Milan take home the title last year. With plans to demolish the San Siro going ahead, it could be the last time the Rossoneri celebrate a championship at the iconic stadium. Ahead of the new season, they may be small favourites. With Frank Kessie and Zlatan leaving the team, it may be difficult to repeat the feat. You can find the bookmakers' forecasts and odds and make sure you are up to date.

Bayern Munich – Germany

Despite conceding quite a few goals during the season, the team from Munich did not face any real challenges during the season. Scoring 97 goals in 34 games, they were on a scoring spree all season, led by Robert Lewandowski and his 35 goals. The team finished eight points ahead of rival Borussia Dortmund.

PSG - France

Paris Saint-Germain won their tenth league title and finished 16 points ahead of Marseille. Thus, they tied with Saint-Etienne as the team with the most league titles. During the season, Kylian Mbappe scored an incredible 28 goals and assisted 17 times. As he was involved in half of the team's 90 goals, the team must be delighted that the French star player has signed a new record-breaking contract. He will be crucial next season as he aims to claim PSG's 11th league title next year and a crucial player as France try to lift the World Cup trophy for the second time.

Next season will be just as exciting and we can't wait to see the new season kick off in August. 

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