Sevilla Manager: Jorge Sampaoli
Sevilla Captain: Ivan Rakitic
Sevilla Star Player: Rafa Mir
Sevilla Competitions: La Liga, UCL and Copa del Rey
Since their beginning in 1890, Sevilla FC has established itself in the top tier of Spanish football, making frequent appearances in Europe.
Although qualification hasn’t been too consistent for Sevilla, they have made a name for themselves in the Europa League, winning three consecutive trophies from 2014 to 2016. They’ve now built a relatively rich trophy cabinet with 6 UEFA Europa League trophies.
When it comes to La Liga, Sevilla has been less successful, only achieving one title in the club’s history. Despite this, they have maintained a consistent presence in the top flight, pushing for European qualification.
The Copa del Rey has provided some joy for Sevilla over the years, with a total of 5 trophies in the cabinet. Recent years have been less optimistic, as their last Copa del Rey win was achieved in 2010.
At Bet UK, you can find all the latest outright and in-play betting odds for Sevilla FC as they compete across their qualified competitions. This also includes odds for the Seville Derby, where they compete against their biggest rivals, Real Betis.
Sevilla 2022/23 Betting
For Sevilla’s upcoming season, you can explore the betting markets for odds in domestic and European competitions.
Having been through a period of change, losing both managers and players, Sevilla will find themselves in a period of transition. The current manager, Jorge Sampaoli, has only been in the job since the end of 2022, so he will need to act quickly to get his ideas implemented within the squad and get them on a path towards European qualification. Jorge comes with an experienced background, having managed at both club and international levels, but can he get Sevilla playing in a way that enabled them to achieve Europa League success in the past?
Even though they have lost significant players such as Diego Carlos and Jules Koundé, Sevilla still possesses the individual talent, including; Alex Telles, Marcos Acuña, Rafa Mir and Lucas Ocampos. If Sampaoli can get the team playing, they are certainly capable of achieving a European spot in the coming season.
Betting on Sevilla in La Liga
Achieving the La Liga title is going to be a difficult task given the ability of competitors that sit ahead of them in the league. In recent seasons, Sevilla has lost key managers and players, leaving them in a constant position to re-invent themselves. With only one title in the club’s history, they will not be favourites to win the league, but you could consider Sevilla's odds to reach the top four and gain European qualification in most seasons. In the most recent campaign, their form has been appalling and Los Nervionenses are more likely to fall into the relegation zone than fight for Europe based on the latest odds, so take that into consideration when looking at a Sevilla preview for a game.
If you're looking for Sevilla betting tips for the coming season, it's worth considering the change in management and structure, potentially hindering their start.
Betting on Sevilla in Europe
If recent years have told us anything, Sevilla has become a team to make an early exit from the Champions League, bowing out in the group stage. For their 2022/23 campaign, they could find themselves in a familiar position with difficult opponents in their group, including Manchester City. Failing to make the knockouts, they would be relegated to the Europa League, where they might be able to mount a challenge based on their history in the competition.
You could consider the betting odds for each of their matches in the group stage since it is less likely they will make the knockouts, including correct score predictions. With in-play betting, you can follow their matches live to get a better idea of how they are performing before deciding to place a bet.
Betting on Sevilla in Copa del Rey
Sevilla remain as one of the top sides in Spanish football, so they will fancy themselves to have a good run in the Copa del Rey. For this domestic knockout tournament, you can find Sevilla odds for them to win the competition outright, alongside live odds as you follow each match.
Sevilla Recent History
|Copa del Rey
|Round of 16
|Round of 16
|Round of 16
|Round of 16
|Round of 16
In the 2019/20 and 2018/19 seasons, Sevilla failed to qualify for the UEFA Champions League, explaining the missing placements for those seasons. However, for the last six seasons, they have been fairly consistent with their qualification, only missing out on two occasions. Despite this, Sevilla has often failed to make it past the Round of 16. Regarding their domestic success, you can also see how consistent they have been in La Liga with four 4th place finishes in the last six seasons.
General Sevilla betting tips could consider recent form in their various competitions, giving you a better idea of how they are likely to perform before you consider Sevilla odds.
Sevilla Top Goalscorer Betting
Rafa Mir achieved the most goals for Sevilla in the 2021/22 season, tallying a total of 13 goals across competitions. The 25-year-old will not likely be in contention with La Liga’s other top scorers, who have achieved triple this total in previous years.
If you’re considering in-play odds for the next scorer, Rafa Mir could be a worthwhile consideration as Sevilla’s main attacking outlet.
Sevilla Top Assister Betting
Sevilla has a number of experienced creative midfielders and attackers in their squad who are familiar with the league and the squad. Ivan Rakitic was the number one provider for Sevilla in the 2021/22 season, only achieving six assists in La Liga.
Other players in the squad, such as Acuña, Telles, Ocampos and Papu Gómez, are capable of picking up assists, making them worthwhile considerations for odds on players to get assists in games.
Sevilla Yellow Cards Betting
Marcos Acuna is the most likely to receive a yellow card, based on his previous performances in the 2021/22 season. His aggressive playing style makes him a likely candidate, especially with needing to handle some of the league’s talented wide players.
Other candidates include Joan Jordán, a central midfielder for the team, with some of his main responsibilities requiring him to stop attacks, potentially leading to yellow card warnings.