Now that the 2014/15 seasons are all but wrapped up across the major leagues in Europe we look back at the clubs that have been crowned domestic champions.
The surprises this season are few and far between, with winning teams generally all being in the top three highest paying clubs in their league in terms of player salaries. Pay more, get better players, have a better team and win more matches seems to be the trend across Europe. Although it isn’t always the highest payers who have won their leagues, Chelsea rank third and Barcelona second for example*.
Two clubs are also chasing a league and European cup double as Barcelona and Juventus both still have the opportunity to be crowned continental champions when the final of the 60th season of Europe’s premier club football tournament organised by UEFA is played at the Olympiastadion in Berlin, Germany, on 6 June 2015.
The most dominant teams are Juventus who have won the Scudetto for the fourth time in a row this year, and Bayern Munich and Paris Saint Germain who have also won the German Bundesliga French Ligue 1 respectively for three years in succession. KAA Gent is the only team to be crowned national champions for the first time this season, taking their most coveted of football trophies in the process.
English Premier League – Chelsea
Italian Serie A – Juventus
Spanish La Liga – Barcelona
German Bundesliga – Bayern Munich
French Ligue 1 – Paris Saint Germain
Russian Premier League – Zenit Saint Petersburg*
Turkish Super Lig – Galatasaray*
Portuguese Liga Sagres – Benfica
Dutch Eredivisie – PSV Eindhoven
Belgian Pro League – KAA Gent
Ukrainian Premier League – Dynamo Kyiv
*According to the 2015 Global Sports Salaries SurveyTags: bundesliga, European football league winners, la liga, ligue 1, premier league, serie a
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