The debate as to which league is the best in the world has no sign of stopping in the near or far future. Ever since the “Top Four” came into view – which are the La Liga, Seria A, the English Premier League, and Bundesliga – have been established, an unyielding conclusion as to which league reigns supreme still hasn’t been made.
Out of the “Top Four” leagues, many believe that Bundesliga should be reigning supreme. In this post, we look at the reasons why the German Fussball league is found to be one of the league contenders of acquiring the top spot in the European football league.
Bundesliga Has Zero Debts
Unlike the other members of the European football league, Bundesliga has no debts. When you take a look at the other leagues, more often than not, the other clubs will be heavily indebted. Manchester City, Juventus, Chelsia, Malaga, and Valencia have been plagued by numerous debts for years, and there seems to be no apparent solution to the problem. Bundesliga, on the other hand, has a zero debt policy in which all clubs in the league should not accrue monetary liabilities. Germany’s Fussball clubs learned to avoid needless expenditures as they focus on building youth systems instead.
Bundesliga’s Youth Systems
The fact that Bundesliga focuses their expenses on their youth systems make them the best in the world in this category. Marco Reus, Toni Kroos, Mario Gotze, Mesut Ozil, Sami Khedira, Thomas Muller, and a good number of other players all came from Bundesliga and are now considered to be at the very best in what they do. For comparison’s sake, the English Premier League (EPL) and La Liga only have a handful of clubs have youth academies found at the highest level. As for Bundesliga, every team in the league has an academy with children possessing limitless potentials.
Bundesliga’s Competitive Nature
Bundesliga’s clubs are known for their sheer competitive nature, and it makes them one of the most fearless leagues in the world of football. If we were to put into statistics, there have already been four champions from Bundesliga since 2006, and this is more than any other high-tiered European league. Furthermore, Germany’s Fussball league doesn’t have any “Big Two” or “Big Four” fighting for trophies between their clubs each year. There are no teams that rise in power, and others clubs fade to mid-table annually, thereby keeping the league exciting and unpredictable every season.