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Free Betting Online is the place to be for up-to-date football betting news, previews and the latest free bets on all the major footballing events across the globe, from the English Premier League, Football League, FA Cup, Capital One Cup, Europa League, Champions League and many more. Think of Free Betting Online as your one stop resource for betting on football.
- Chris Coleman backed into odds-on for Crystal Palace vacancy Friday 1st November 2013
- Benteke fancies Arsenal moveFriday 24th May 2013
- Mark Hughes favourite for Stoke roleWednesday 22nd May 2013
- Moyes expected to raid EvertonTuesday 21st May 2013
- Knighthood fancied for BeckhamFriday 17th May 2013
The Free Betting Online football zone enables football fans to obtain all the very latest odds and prices across the current football betting markets; and brought to you courtesy of our unique working relationships with some of the biggest names in the Sports Betting business.
We bring you odds tables, betting news and team news from throughout all the major leagues in the world, and give you all the information that you are likely to need before placing your football bets.
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We have dedicated football betting pages dedicated to the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup, Europa League, Capital One Cup, European Championships, World Cups and much more. On these pages you will find up to date odds tables that will allow you to find the bookmaker offering the best odds for your desired bet, tournament information including the history of a tournament and highlighting any trends that may be useful for betting purposes and also advice on when, where and how best to place your bets.
Football is by far and large the world’s most popular sport and thus it is only natural that football betting is the biggest of online betting sports. Ever since a ball was kicked in anger well over 100 years ago fans have enjoyed having a flutter on the game whether that be a speculative couple of pound on a scorecast involving their own team or regularly placing bets on the Premier League.
Football Betting Free Bet Options
If you’re looking for a free bet on the football then you’ve come to the right place. We catalogue the very best free bet offers that the internet has to offer and rank everything from their sign-up offer to their customer services with our FBO star rating system. If a free bet offer has a rating of five stars then you know you’re getting the very best value to be had, by the same token if it has a one-star rating you know that you may be better off looking elsewhere
Free bets can be used on everything from popular events such as the Premier League, Champions League and World Cup, to more acquired football betting tastes such as the Copa Libertadores and Conference Football.
With the introduction of in-play betting there is now an ever increasing number of football betting options, not just the final result. Long gone are the days when your choices were limited to the winner of the game, point spread, half time score, etc. Nowadays, you can bet on such things as who will score first (team or player) or the first yellow card or even bet on the next throw-in or corner whilst the game is in progress! You can also bet on the score line at half-time.
Still not sure? No problem. There are lots of tips to help you through the systems, whether or not this is your first bet. There are plenty of guides on our site to help you get started. Before long, you’ll be into the swing of things and confidently betting like a pro!
Football Betting Markets
When betting on football the number of betting markets that you have to choose from is more than in any other sport. The Match Odds is naturally the most popular market, after all the game is all about winning and losing. However, other markets are becoming increasingly more popular as the punter’s never ending search for value goes on. Some bookmakers can offer in excess of 150 football betting markets in relation to just one game.
Specifically televised matches in the UK where bookmakers like William Hill, Ladbrokes and Bet365 will offer markets on everything from the number of corners in a game to who will score the last goal. So if you think you’ve found an angle whereby you see that a certain side wins is susceptible to conceding corners, or another team are notoriously slow starters, or a certain player has a hex over a particular club, then there will be a football betting market for you to exploit.
Next Manager Betting
As well as betting on outcomes and events on the pitch, punters can also put their money on a variety of off-field matters. The most popular of which is the next manager betting markets. Whenever a manager is sacked, resigns or otherwise leaves any club, the first place that fans, journalists and news readers turn to is the bookmakers.
Next manager betting markets offer the clearest indications of who will fill vacant managerial roles, although that isn't to say that they are always correct. As well as giving us pointers as to who will take over we also know which managers are under pressure by looking at the 'next manager to leave' markets.
Betting on where a specific player will be playing his football at the end of the next transfer window is becoming an increasingly popular aspect of football betting. When speculation in the media is rife regarding a player’s future, you can be sure that the bookmaker’s will be quick to price up a transfer betting market relating to the player and his future.
SkyBet and Paddy Power are generally the most pro active of bookmakers in this area and regularly update their transfer betting markets and introduce new ones in reaction to media speculation. The key for you, the punter, is to try and be quicker than the bookies and get your football transfer bets in place before they can react to any news or rumours.