While we’re not predicting which teams will win their divisions, we can certainly predict who will win the Central Conference. This season’s team lineup will feature four new franchises. You can read about them below. You’ll also learn about the exciting signings that will make their European League of Football debuts. This season, we’ll look at how these teams will fare against each other.
The European League of Football is back for its second season in 2022 and will feature four new teams. The Central Conference includes the defending champion Frankfurt Galaxy, returning team Stuttgart Surge, and two new teams from Austria, Vienna Vikings and Raiders Tirol. With four new teams in the league, it’s hard to pick a favorite, but here are a few teams to watch.
Olympique Marseille in European League of Foot Preview 2022: The French side are one of the favorites in this season’s Central Conference. Marseille is a top-six team in the Conference League and won all six matches this season. The club lost one match to Feyenoord, but won the remaining three, winning the Group B and qualifying for the knockout stages of the European League of Football.
Maccabi Tel Aviv
Known as the “State Club”, Maccabi is the representative of the Jewish people and the State of Israel. At home, the team draws huge crowds, but in away games, they often fail to make it to the playoffs. The club has two organized fan groups, Gate 11 and Gate 7, with Gate 11 organizing chants and choreography and Gate 7 leading the team’s supporters in songs. Both of these groups eventually combined to form one new group, “The Gate”.
AZ Alkmaar is playing in the Europa Conference League this season and will be looking to take an early lead. Both sides have been in good form and will want to win their first game in Europe. Bodo/Glimt have been kept fresh by pre-season friendlies and the Norwegian Cup. They were beaten 3-0 in the fourth round of the Norwegian Cup.
This fixture pits Leicester City against PSV Eindhoven in UEFA Europa Conference League quarter-final second leg. PSV is in fine form with 15 straight unbeaten games across all competitions. The Dutch side drew 0-0 away to Leicester City in the first leg. Despite that draw, Leicester has the quality to take PSV on and progress to the semi-finals.
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