What is the best football league of the world?
I think the best league is the Spanish league (liga de fútbol profesional or LFP) Because it is the most balanced and most of the level.It can win any.

I think the second best league is English League (Premier League), too.
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i disagree with u

i think the best league in the world is the PLE not SFL

although am abig fan of real

and i guess germen league is quiet good
LFP is the most exciting , though EPL has the most professional players

For me , i like LFP ,
when a LFP match started , everything goes wild !!!
the players , spectacular and everyone
I think it's the most eciting and entertaining league !!
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Judging by the World Cups, Brazil is the number one football country in the world. Logically their Série A is the best league.
CB
I don't often see games from La Liga; but we have Serie A on terrestrial tv here. Sometimes the players seem to find it extraordinarily difficult to stay on their feet, when they're looked at, breathed on, spoken to, etc...
MrPedanticSometimes the players seem to find it extraordinarily difficult to stay on their feet, when they're looked at, breathed on, spoken to, etc...

Hi MrP
The Brazilians I was referring to are so robust that you have to yell at them to make them fall down.Emotion: smile I watched yet another match live last night. Quite frankly, I watch Italian, Spanish, German and Brazilian football on a regular basis and it's impossible for me to detect the microscopic differences that there may be in the quality of the play. Football is a low-scoring game anyway, which automatically means that the best team may or may not win.
Has anyone heard of a basketball match that was over scoreless? 0-0? No way! In top level Finnish ice hockey there is a goalless draw once every ten years, which means that the best team usually does win!
I do like watching football, though. Tonight, however, I'll be watching the tennis US Open.It seems that Andy Murray isn't playing tonight. At least I can't find his name on the website of the tournament. I wish him luck, though! [Y]He is a likeable and outspoken guy.
Cheers, CB
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Sorry, CB, I meant the Italian Serie A, not the Brazilian! The latter never seems to be shown here; not at least during my waking hours.
MrPedanticSorry, CB, I meant the Italian Serie A, not the Brazilian! The latter never seems to be shown here; not at least during my waking hours.

A Finnish sports channel shows a match or two live every Saturday and Sunday. They start at 10pm our time, which would be 8pm British time. Europeans would do well to adopt a couple of things from the Brazilians. For example, the referee has a spray can with which he may mark the exact spot he wants the ball placed for a free kick. Then he draws a line behind which he wants the defending players to stand. Anyone who steps over the line gets a yellow card automatically!
I understand that the British don't particularly care for foreign football in winter as you have your own matches going on then. No football is played in Finland in winter because of snow and freezing temperatures and I suppose that is a reason why so many foreign matches are shown here. I could watch many Premier League matches every week if I paid for it (Canal+) but I think there is more than enough football for me without Canal+.
CB
I like the "spray can" idea.

(Our referees would also do well to carry a can of Mace, to ward off the mobs of angrily protesting players.)
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