It’s that time of year again. Many of Europe’s biggest leagues are coming to a close for their summer hiatus. There’s no World Cup, no European Championship, but not to worry, there’s plenty of football on offer over the summer. More than you think actually.
BetBlazers will be keeping avid football fans up to date with all the international football that’s happening this summer. You can expect expert betting tips, as well match previews and betting promos at BetBlazers.com.
Let’s take a look at what’s on offer this summer.
UEFA Nations League Finals
The inaugural UEFA Nations League has so far been a big hit with fans right around Europe. From Gibraltar to Georgia, England to Estonia, fans have been able to enjoy an increase in competitive international football outside of major international tournaments.
The UEFA Nations League is taking place in Portugal and it’s not far off on the horizon. England, the Netherlands, Portugal and Switzerland will face off in a mini tournament to decide who will pick up the UEFA Nations League trophy.
All four teams are taking the competition seriously so expect some fantastic football to kick off your summer in style.
The UEFA Nations League Finals will take place between the 5-9 June 2019.
2019 Women’s World Cup
Women’s football has been gaining staggering momentum over recent years, and this year’s Women’s World Cup in France promises to the biggest and best ever.
The likes of the USA, France, Germany and England are already being touted as favourites to pick up the trophy but there’s firm competition throughout the ranks.
USA co-captain Alex Morgan already believes that her team is stronger than 4 years previous and Team USA are hungry to retain their title.
The English, under the tutelage of Phil Neville, are enjoying their greatest period ever. Following top four finishes in the 2015 World Cup in Canada and the 2017 European Championships in the Netherlands, England went on to claim silverware in the 2019 SheBelieves Cup just as recently as March 2019.
The Women’s World Cup will take place from 7 June to 7 July 2019.
2019 Copa America
The 2019 Copa America is on Brazilian soil for the first time in 30 years and it’s set to be a special one.
After so long without the silverware as well as disappointing World Cup campaigns last summer the big boys Brazil and Argentina have more to prove than ever.
Brazil have never lost a Copa America tournament at home and will have their boisterous home support backing them to the hilt.
Is it Messi’s last stand to win something for his country? Messi has had a tumultuous and turbulent international career. It’s no different for Argentina’s captain in the Copa America, having lost three finals up to date. Time to set things straight, and nowhere better than in their archrivals backyard to boot.
The 2019 Copa America will take place between 14 June and 7 July 2019.