Football fans are set to enjoy an action-packed summer in 2019, with a plethora of tournaments taking place across the world.

International football dominates the schedule, with UEFA Nations League Finals and Africa Cup of Nations amongst the upcoming events taking place.

Read on as we look at what you can watch and where you can find the best betting sites to wager on the various tournaments.

Packed summer will thrill fans everywhere

The action begins on June 5 as the UEFA Nations League Finals get underway in Portugal.

The Women’s World Cup kicks-off in France two days later, while the Copa America joins the party on June 14.

The Africa Cup of Nations is the final international tournament to get in on the act on June 21.

Bookmakers set for betting extravaganza

All the leading bookmakers will be offering odds on each of the tournaments. Outright betting is already proving popular as punters search for value in the ante-post markets.

Every game will feature hundreds of markets including match result, first goalscorer, number of cards and more.

Check out the best football betting sites at before wagering to maximise your chances of securing a winning return.

Quartet chasing Nations League glory

The inaugural running of the Nations League has proved popular in Europe, with the tournament helping to reduce the number of meaningless friendlies played each year.

Portugal, Switzerland, Netherlands and England have progressed through the qualification stage and will battle to lift the trophy this summer.

Portugal booked their place in the finals courtesy of a 0-0 draw in Italy and will fancy their chances of defeating a Swiss side who came from behind to defeat Belgium 5-2 in their crucial qualification match.

England finished ahead of Croatia and Spain in their group, while Netherlands edged out France and Germany to make it through.

The Three Lions can be backed at 9/4 to win the Nations League and appeal as the value bet in what promises to be an entertaining tournament.

Women take centre stage in France

Reigning champions United States are chasing a fourth success at the Women’s World Cup, but numerous other nations are in with a genuine chance of lifting the trophy.

The US were beaten 2-1 by France back in January, but they have racked up an eight-game unbeaten streak since then and will be tough to beat.

France have lost just one of their last 14 matches and look good value at odds of 7/2 to win the trophy on home soil.

Germany are unbeaten in their last 11 matches and could be dangerous, while England’s success at the SheBelieves Cup highlighted the talent in Phil Neville’s squad.

Netherlands look best of the rest and may be a big threat as they bid to follow up their success at the 2017 European Championships.

Brazil eager to snap trophy drought

Brazil are hosting their first Copa America since 1989 and they are 5/4 favourites to claim the trophy for the first time in 12 years.

The Samba Kings have lost just one of their last 24 matches and are likely to be extremely tough to beat this summer.
Big rivals Argentina are expected to provide stiff competition having reached the last two finals of the Copa America.
Barcelona star Lionel Messi will undoubtedly be a man on a mission as he strives to finally win a major trophy with Argentina.

Uruguay and Colombia are also worth monitoring in the betting, while Chile could be a lively outsider as they chase their third title in a row.

Competitive field in African battle

Egypt are priced at 4/1 to win the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) on home soil, but they will face plenty of tough competition this summer.

Ivory Coast have progressed to at least the quarter-finals in the last five tournaments and look tempting at around 8/1 to claim the title for a third time.

Senegal have never won the competition, but with Sadio Mane in their team they should make it through to the latter stages this summer.

Riyad Mahrez will hope to inspire Algeria to their second AFCON title, although the absence of Said Benrahma and Victor Lekhal is a blow to their hopes.

Reigning champions Cameroon will fancy their chances of retaining their title, while Nigeria, Ghana and Morocco all have the talent to make their mark on the tournament.