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Is this the least competitive league ot there?
_Pelle_ 27 days ago
Paris Saint-Germain 124 6437

Ok, so I was just looking at old tables from different leagues and came across Bundesliga…

I noticed that Bayern Munich have so far won the league for nine! straight years with an average of 15,3 pts ahead of the second team.

Seriously and out of curiosity… is there any other national league in the world that is less competitive?

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DarthFooty 26 days ago
Queens Park Rangers, United States 16 818

You have your regulars at the top of tables in many leagues, but Bayern is its own beast in the Bundesliga.

Scotland: Usually, two challengers
La Liga: Two, maybe three challengers
Portugal: Two, maybe three
France: Two usually
England: Most times its a few, but this year is looking really nice
Argentina; Two
Brazil: Two or Three
Holland: Two or Three

Germany: it's Bayern, then once in a blue moon Dortmund.... haha

I would have to look at all the leagues to compare, and then some of them might not be considered major leagues.

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SunFlash 26 days ago
Manchester United, USA 18 3190

Depends on how you define competitive - outcomes or opportunity.

If we look at the outcomes only (e.g. winners and points) then the Bundesliga and Serie A are the two least competitive leagues.

If we look at the opportunity (to be competitive) then Ligue 1 is far and away the least competitive league. However, due to PSG's ineptness, they don't win at the same clip as Bayern/Juve over the last decade.

A clear distinction here would be Leicester City. Over the last decade, they have won the Premier League, and therefore if we define competitiveness in terms of outcome, then yes, Leicester City compete for the Premier League league title. Lille would be another example. However, how does Leicester's budget compare to a Manchester City/United, or Lille to PSG? They do not have the same opportunities to compete with the clubs that should dominate their domestic leagues.

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Emobot7 26 days ago
458 10803

So I made a quick search of teams in europe who won their league many times in a row in the last 2 decade, we got:
Celtic who won the Scottish league 9 time from 2011 to 2020
Sheriff Tiraspol who won the Moldovan league 10 time from 2000 to 2010
Dinamo Zagreb who won the Crotian league 11 time from 2005 to 2016
Bate Borisov who won the Belarusian league 13 time from 2006 to 2018
Lincoln Red Imps who won the Gibraltar league 14 time from 2002 to 2016

Theres also some on going run of unbeaten league win in a row like:
Salzburg who won the Austrian league 8 time from 2014 up to this day
Bayern Munich, as you obviously mentioned in this thread
And Ludogorets Razgrad who won the Bulgarian league 10 time from 2011 up to this day
So basically, the previously mentioned team could go on even longer run if they kept on winning their league.

Argentina; Two

When I read that, I expected the two to be Boca and River but in reality Lanus and Racing have both won it more recently than River Plate.

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quikzyyy 26 days ago
Arsenal 425 8595

I got downvoted for saying that Bayern is basically playing in their own league, buying every player with potential from rival clubs. Even their B team would probably be in the first half of the table.

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tuan_jinn 26 days ago
Manchester United, Netherlands 198 6885

Who downvoted you? It's true

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expertfootball11 26 days ago
Real Madrid, France 64 2806

I have already noticed that when Bayern bought Lewa in 2012 and 2013. I knew that no one will compete with Bayern ever again in Bundesliga. Why do you think more crappier sports channel like Eurosport gets rights to show the game? Because no one watches it, simple as that. It must be a nightmare to be in the German football federation and trying to find new sponsors.

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Ngannou 25 days ago
Paris Saint-Germain, Cameroon 0 419

^ bayern bought lewa in 12/13? Lol joker he joined in 14/15

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Footy_watch 25 days ago Edited
Newcastle United, Brazil 5 1354

In the last 21yrs from the top 5 leagues:
-Ligue 1 had 8 title winners
-premier league had 6 title winners
-bundesliga, serie A, la liga had 4 title winners each

But bayern only lost the title 6 times in this period, which is much less than the teams who have the most league titles in other leagues.

Conclusion: Bundesliga is the real farmers league, Ligue 1 is the most competitive.

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In the last 21yrs from the top 5 leagues, France have had the most title winners, then its the premier league with 6 winners, then bundesliga serie A la liga with 4 title winners each. But bayern only lost the title 6 times in this period which is much less than the other leagues.

Conclusion: Bundesliga is a farmers league

In the last 21yrs from the top 5 leagues, France have had 8 title winners, then its the premier league with 6 winners, then bundesliga serie A la liga with 4 title winners each. But bayern only lost the title 6 times in this period which is much less than the other leagues.

Conclusion: Bundesliga is a farmers league

In the last 21yrs from the top 5 leagues:
-Ligue 1 had 8 title winners
-premier league had 6 title winners, then
-bundesliga serie A la liga with 4 title winners each

But bayern only lost the title 6 times in this period, which is much less than the other leagues.

Conclusion: Bundesliga is a farmers league

In the last 21yrs from the top 5 leagues:
-Ligue 1 had 8 title winners
-premier league had 6 title winners
-bundesliga, serie A, la liga with 4 title winners each

But bayern only lost the title 6 times in this period, which is much less than the other leagues.

Conclusion: Bundesliga is a farmers league

In the last 21yrs from the top 5 leagues:
-Ligue 1 had 8 title winners
-premier league had 6 title winners
-bundesliga, serie A, la liga with 4 title winners each

But bayern only lost the title 6 times in this period, which is much less than the most title leaders in other leagues.

Conclusion: Bundesliga is a farmers league

In the last 21yrs from the top 5 leagues:
-Ligue 1 had 8 title winners
-premier league had 6 title winners
-bundesliga, serie A, la liga with 4 title winners each

But bayern only lost the title 6 times in this period, which is much less than the most title leaders in other leagues.

Conclusion: Bundesliga is the real farmers league

In the last 21yrs from the top 5 leagues:
-Ligue 1 had 8 title winners
-premier league had 6 title winners
-bundesliga, serie A, la liga had 4 title winners each

But bayern only lost the title 6 times in this period, which is much less than the most title leaders in other leagues.

Conclusion: Bundesliga is the real farmers league

In the last 21yrs from the top 5 leagues:
-Ligue 1 had 8 title winners
-premier league had 6 title winners
-bundesliga, serie A, la liga had 4 title winners each

But bayern only lost the title 6 times in this period, which is much less than the teams with the most titles in other leagues.

Conclusion: Bundesliga is the real farmers league

In the last 21yrs from the top 5 leagues:
-Ligue 1 had 8 title winners
-premier league had 6 title winners
-bundesliga, serie A, la liga had 4 title winners each

But bayern only lost the title 6 times in this period, which is much less than the teams with the most league titles in other leagues.

Conclusion: Bundesliga is the real farmers league

In the last 21yrs from the top 5 leagues:
-Ligue 1 had 8 title winners
-premier league had 6 title winners
-bundesliga, serie A, la liga had 4 title winners each

But bayern only lost the title 6 times in this period, which is much less than the teams who have the most league titles in other leagues.

Conclusion: Bundesliga is the real farmers league

Emrecan_58 25 days ago
Besiktas 147 3357

Yeah competitive wise Bundesliga is not the best league out there.

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