Monthly Archives: September 2014

UEFA Champions League Matchday 2: PREVIEW for Tuesday’s BIG Matches

By Marcus Louison


There’s something truly magical about the UEFA Champions League. The notorious anthem is a fitting start to each European night, and the combination of full stadia, beaming lights and the World’s best players, is more than enough to ensure massive global audiences for each Matchday. Tuesday’s edition is  sheer box office, as the Parc Des Princes and Manchester’s Etihad are the venues for two of the first round’s most widely anticipated matches..  Continue reading

European Leagues weekend preview.

By Marcus Louison


It’s time for another weekend of top European football action, as regional derbies take center-stage. The English Premier League, as always, is a huge attraction with passionate local rivalries likely to reach boiling point in North London and Merseyside. Avid Bundesliga followers, however, will feel their league offers the main event, as Jurgen Klopp takes his stuttering Borussia Dortmund side 25 miles down the road to the atmospheric Veltins Arena to battle FC Schalke in a feisty contest that seldom disappoints..  Continue reading

Top European Leagues weekend preview

By Marcus Louison


It’s the weekend again, and added to the obvious glee that accompanies such a time, is the promise of more top-level European action. Manchester City’s clash with high-flying Chelsea may be most people’s must-see match of the weekend, and with good reason, but my pick takes place at a fire-laden San Siro, as Pippo Inzaghi’s rejuvenated AC Milan side take on Italian Serie A Champions Juventus in a top of the table clash steeped with history and tradition, between two teams with immense European pedigree. That being said, you can’t go wrong with either.. Please watch both if you can. There are other contests garnering interest from fans the World over, and Onefootball is the place for the mini-previews featuring Europe’s most glamorous teams..  Continue reading

Top European leagues weekend preview

By Marcus Louison


Domestic league football returns after a two-week hiatus, and the excitement is heightened by the glut of likely debuts all over Europe post-transfer deadline day. Toss in the small matter of a Madrid derby and a Champions visit to North London, and we have far more than enough to ensure an extremely low level of weekend housework productivity. Onefootball has you covered with mini-previews of all of the weekend’s tastiest match-ups..  Continue reading