The Best Football Teams Of 2015



Anyone who follows football will be feeling excited at the moment about what the remainder of 2015 might hold for their favourite team. We saw some pretty shocking and unexpected results last year, so the winning teams might surprise us towards the end of the season. Today, we’re going to draw your attention towards some of the best squads of 2015 in the hope of giving you an idea of who to watch.

We’re about to find out who will win this year’s UEFA Champions League, but who will win be Premier League? That remains to be seen. The only thing we know for certain is the teams listed below are serious contenders. So, put your personal preferences aside for one moment and let’s take a look at the most promising clubs around today.

Manchester United

Ever since Alex Ferguson left Manchester United, the team has been in a state of grief. For whatever reason, the games following his departure provided an insight into the effect he was having on the team. Last season saw poor result after poor result. However, things are now changing, and many experts believe Manchester United is back on form. Can we expect to see them winning the Premier League this year? The bookies seem to think so, and that is why the odds are pretty high on all major sites.

Liverpool FC

The Liverpool team has not been the same since their 1900s heyday. However, they are showing some very encouraging signs this year, and so they make it onto our list. People were concerned when they lost Jon Flanagan, but it seems the team are making strides once again. They still need to purchase some new goalscorers before the end of the transfer window this summer. If they get it right, it is entirely possible they could come back strong and take the cup.


Established ticketing website ticket4football sold more Chelsea tickets last year than ever before. Maybe that is a sign the fans are back behind this squad? It’s been a few years since Chelsea was considered a major threat, but all industry insiders predict they will make waves this season. The Japanese international player Yoshinori Muto might have rejected a move to the club this season, but we’re still expecting them to get some good new players on the team.

As you can see, there are three teams you might like to watch this summer. While Barcelona and Real Madrid are serious contenders, we don’t expect them to perform quite as well as they have over the last few seasons. It is now time for UK clubs to hit the limelight again, and we can’t wait to find out how things go down.

Keep checking back here if you want to find out about how the teams perform as the season progresses. We’ll publish updates and news from all the latest matches and events. At the end of the day, lots of UK teams have had a hard time over the last couple of years. However, the tables are starting to turn at the current time.


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