Clean Sheets Stats and Guide – (December 2022)

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Betting on a clean sheet simply means betting on a team to not concede any goals throughout a match. Our constantly up-to-date clean sheet statistics table, which includes most of the World's top leagues, is the perfect place to get all the information you need for clean sheets betting.

So, let's take a look at all there is to know about clean sheets and wagering on them!

TPP Clean Sheet Statistics Table

The clean sheets table is super simple to use.

The table can be toggled between most/least, as well as countries and league using the drop-down menu and search bar, which is super handy for isolating a particular league or team stat! You can also toggle to the previous season to compare seasons.

World Cup
Champions League
Europa League
Conference League
FA Cup
Carabao Cup
DFB Pokal
Copa Del Rey
Coppa Italia
Coupe de France
Scottish Cup
Scottish League Cup
Copa Libertadores
Current Season
Previous Season
Team Success Rate %%
Brazil Brazil 2/2 100.00
Morocco Morocco 2/2 100.00
Argentina Argentina 2/3 66.67
Poland Poland 2/3 66.67
Tunisia Tunisia 2/3 66.67
England England 2/3 66.67
Australia Australia 2/3 66.67
Netherlands Netherlands 2/3 66.67
United States United States 2/3 66.67
Korea Republic Korea Republic 1/2 50.00
Belgium Belgium 1/2 50.00
Uruguay Uruguay 1/2 50.00
Spain Spain 1/2 50.00
Croatia Croatia 1/2 50.00
Switzerland Switzerland 1/2 50.00
Portugal Portugal 1/2 50.00
Costa Rica Costa Rica 1/2 50.00
Denmark Denmark 1/3 33.33
Iran Iran 1/3 33.33
Ecuador Ecuador 1/3 33.33
Mexico Mexico 1/3 33.33
France France 0/3 0.00
Senegal Senegal 0/3 0.00
Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 0/3 0.00
Wales Wales 0/3 0.00
Qatar Qatar 0/3 0.00
Serbia Serbia 0/2 0.00
Ghana Ghana 0/2 0.00
Japan Japan 0/2 0.00
Cameroon Cameroon 0/2 0.00
Canada Canada 0/2 0.00
Germany Germany 0/2 0.00

The table offers the number of clean sheets a team has had throughout the campaign, and then converts this number into a percentage which is displayed on the far-right column.

The ‘Failed To Score' table works in much the same way but deals with the number of times a team has not managed to score in a match, obviously implying that the opposing team has kept a clean sheet. The ‘Win to Nil’ table also dictates how many times a team has won without conceding a goal. We have a fantastic Win to Nil stats page for a more in-depth review.

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Table Stats Meaning

Clean Sheets

To put it simply, a clean sheet is achieved when a team goes through an entire game of football without conceding a single goal. The easiest form of betting on a clean sheet is a ‘Yes or No’ bet on a team to get a clean sheet.

Win to Nil

A Win to Nil means that a team will not only keep a clean sheet but will also go on to win the match. This is a trickier bet as there are more variables.

Failed To Score

On the other hand, a ‘Failing To Score’ bet stipulates that a team won’t manage to score in 90 minutes of football. The bet basically means that the opposing team will get a clean sheet.


Which Leagues & Tournaments Do We Offer Clean Sheet Stats For?

Cup Tournaments

Top 5 Leagues

Rest of Europe

  • Holland – Eredivisie
  • Portugal – Primeira Liga
  • Belgium – First Division A
  • ScotlandPremiership, League One & League Two
  • Austria – A-League
  • Norway – Eliteserien
  • Turkey – Süper Lig
  • Ukraine – 1. Liga
  • Switzerland – Super League
  • Russia – Premier Liga
  • Greece – Superleague
  • Sweden – Allsvenskan
  • Finland – Veikkausliiga

Rest of the World

  • Brazil – Serie A
  • Argentina – Premiera Division
  • Australia - A League


Clean Sheets Tips & Predictions

The clean sheet is a classic bet and has been around for a while. It has been gaining traction as a worthwhile bet, offering up good value in many cases.

There are several ways to bet on a clean sheet without explicitly picking teams who’ll keep a clean sheet in a match. These include placing a Both Teams To Score' bet and choosing ‘No’, implying one team will keep a clean sheet.

Similarly, a popular betting market is betting on a ‘Win to Nil’, which basically means that a team will win while also keeping a clean sheet.

Betting on ‘Under 0.5 goals' means you are predicting that a particular team will keep a clean sheet. Lastly, if you bet on an exact score of 0-0, this will of course mean that the opposition will also have to keep a clean sheet.

Clean Sheet Betting Tips

There is one factor that will greatly benefit every punter into making more valuable and overall better bets: research. Some due diligence will go a long way in the betting scene.

There are two important factors to consider when researching clean sheet stats.

  • Team Defending Stats – How well a team can hold off attackers for 90 minutes.
  • Team Attacking Stats – How good a team is at breaking down defences and scoring goals.

Firstly, when betting on clean sheets, defensive stats are crucial. This page is a great start, as knowing which team gets most clean sheets is vital for these types of bets. Looking for teams who consistently concede few goals could be great value.

On the other hand, checking out an opponent’s attacking output is a great way to tell if they’ll be able to break a deadlock.

Besides these stats, keeping up to date with the context of matches is hugely important. Bigger clubs might rest their best players if they have other important games coming up. Keeping an eye on the nuances of football will greatly improve your betting.

Finally, predictors like our excellent service provides added information to use in placing a more well-made bet.


Clean Sheet Records

Looking into historical data is a great way to gain a better understanding into which leagues and teams are most likely to get a clean sheet. In the table below, you can see how often a clean sheet occurs in each of the top 5 leagues in the 2021/2022 season, as well as which team got the largest share of them.

LeagueClean sheetsClean Sheets %Club clean sheets
Premier League212/38055.7%Liverpool.
Man City.
La Liga235/38061.8%Real Sociedad 20
Bundesliga134/30843.8%Bayern Munich.
Serie A182/38047.9%Milan 18
Ligue 1193/38050.8%OGC Nice 14

Clean Sheets All-Time Stats

Historically speaking, these are the goalkeepers with the most clean sheets. Two shot stoppers are still playing today – albeit in the twilight of their careers,  whereas three of the five keepers have applied their trade in the Premier League.

  • #1 – Gianluigi Buffon – 501 clean sheets. Buffon is still playing with Serie B side Parma Calcio.
  • #2 – Edwin Van der Sar – 440 clean sheets in 951 games.
  • #3 – Iker Casillas – 440 clean sheets in 1048 games.
  • #4 – Petr Cech – 397 clean sheets in 907 games.
  • #5 – Pepe Reina – 358 clean sheets. Reina is currently on loan at Villareal.


Alternatives To Clean Sheets Betting

Sometimes, betting on clean sheets can be tricky, especially in competitive leagues where any team could go on to score goals. Here are a few alternatives:


Clean Sheet Stats FAQs?

Betting on a clean sheet simply means that a punter bets on a team to not concede any goals throughout a match.
No, even if the end result is a draw (0-0), both teams will win a clean sheet bet.
La Liga had the highest rate of clean sheets last season at 61.8%.
The best place to check out predictions is our very own The page offers great value on all the top leagues.


ThePuntersPage Final Say

These stats are perfect for anyone who wants to find value in their bets, and discovering different markets to place bets on is bound to improve your betting experience. We recommend always checking out the clean sheets stats table as it is definitely worth a look every time you’re making a bet involving goals – or lack thereof.