La Liga odds are continuing to shift as the 2021-22 Spanish season has 22 matchweeks in the books, but the top spot has been static for most of the campaign.
To nobody's surprise, juggernauts Real Madrid are way ahead of the competition in La Liga championship odds, despite Sevilla gaining ground in recent matches.
Here are the live La Liga title odds for the 2021-22 season.
La Liga championship odds
Live odds courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook are current within a five-minute delay. Analysis below may not match live odds.
Favorite to win the La Liga
Real Madrid (-700)
Real Madrid look pretty much unstoppable after hitting a couple of early bumps in the road to another La Liga title. They've lost only twice, rebounding from a matchweek 19 defeat to rout Valencia 4-1 a couple weeks ago before dropping points to Elche in matchweek 22. Madrid have been atop the table pretty much all season, and the loss only slightly deflated the cushion they'd established, as many of their perennial top competitors have faltered.
Sitting a distant second on the odds board are Sevilla, who have also lost only twice so far this season, including to Madrid. For as strong as the southern club has been this year, their presence in the Europa League could factor into La Liga, as the tournament's most successful team pushes to make yet another final — to be hosted in their home stadium. Regardless, they're La Liga's hottest team over the past five games, going 4-0-1.
The rest of the field
From there, we're getting into long-shot territory. Defending La Liga champion Atletico Madrid have seen their odds plummet to +2,000 after two straight losses over the festive period.
Barcelona, transitioning away from their Lionel Messi era, sit with the fourth-best odds at +2,800, stuck in fifth in the table.
And rounding out the Top 5 odds-wise is Real Betis, whom we find after an even steeper odds drop, all the way down at +13,000.
Past La Liga champions
Last season, Atletico Madrid won their 11th La Liga title, but it's rare to see Barcelona or Real Madrid not claim the title. Here are the previous La Liga champions over the last ten years:
|Season||La Liga Champion||Runner-Up|
|2020-21||Atletico Madrid||Real Madrid|
Understanding La Liga betting odds
La Liga futures odds are constantly adjusted throughout the offseason due to player transfers and injuries. Once the season begins, title odds will change as teams win and lose games and as more players get hurt or suspended. Sportsbooks will also adjust La Liga odds based on handle and liability to certain teams.
La Liga futures odds will usually look like this:
- Barcelona +350
This means that on a $100 bet, you'll stand to win $350 if Barcelona wins the La Liga title. If it's close to the end of the competition, or a club has been particularly dominant, you might see them with a minus sign (-) ahead of their odds.
- Real Madrid -500
This means that you would need to bet $500 to win just $100 on a Real Madrid championship.
Above we have posted the American odds for La Liga. However, these are easy to convert to decimal odds or fractional odds with our odds converter tool.
La Liga Championship Odds FAQ
Who are the defending La Liga champions?
Atletico Madrid took home last year's crown, their first since 2014.
Who has won the most La Liga championships?
Real Madrid leads the all-time La Liga title tally with 34.
How many different teams have won La Liga?
Nine different teams have been crowned La Liga champs since its inception in 1929.