Indonesia Liga 1 Bitcoin Sports Betting

Liga 1 or previously known as the Indonesia Super League is the highest level of the professional football league in Indonesia. The league was founded in 2008 and has 18 active clubs within its division. Fans of the region’s football clubs are now able to bet on them using Bitcoins. Place wagers on teams like Persipura, Sriwijaya, Perseru Serui, Bali United, Semen Padang, and PSM to name a few. Below are the upcoming betting odds for the next Liga 1 games.

Best Bitcoin Indonesia Liga 1 Betting Websites: Crypto Sport Betting

- x3 Welcome Bonus!
- 24/7 Live Chat

- Not US Friendly

Onehash Bitcoin Sportsbook

-100% Deposit Match Bonus
- US Friendly!

- Pretty new site

CloudBet Bitcoin Casino and Sportsbook

- 100% Cash Bonus
- Great Odds
- Established Sportsbook

- Not US Friendly

[get_bit_html id=’31’ name=’Indonesia Liga 1 Sportsbook Odds’ date=’648000′ hide_empty=’1′ event=’Indonesia Liga 1′ hide_match_empty=’1′]


The Indonesian League 1, until 2016 Indonesian Super League, called QNB League for sponsorship reasons, is the main competition of football clubs in Indonesia, is managed by PT Indonesian League, in 2008 replaced the Indonesian Premier League as the highest category of football in the country.


The Indonesian League was established in 1994, when the semi-professional leagues: Sepakbo, Utama and Galatama and the amateur Perserikatan merged to form the professional league: Indonesian League. Most of the league’s players are of Indonesian origin; however, some international players have played in the Indonesian League.

The tournament

From the 1994-95 season to the 2014 season, the structure of the Indonesian League has changed almost every pipe. For some seasons, there were two divisions within the top flight, for others, there were three. The number of clubs in the top flight has varied between 18 and 28, and seasons lasted between 34 and 38 games.

The champions and runners-up of the league qualify for the AFC Cup, the second most important tournament in Asia. The relegation is to the Indonesian First Division (Utama Division) the second level of the Indonesian league system.