Where to Bet on Gaelic SportsPublished January 3, 2013
Leading bookmakers like William Hill and bet365 provide plenty for Irish sporting fans
With all the fuss about European football leagues, the big four American sports and global events like the World Cup, one might think that Irish sporting fans have been forgotton – but that is not the case.
Bet on Gaelic Sports
Leading bookmakers like William Hill and bet365 provide plenty for the Irish sporting enthusiast, with a full range of betting options on Gaelic football, Hurling, and whatever other local sporting events you can throw your hurley at.
With Gaelic Football about to kick off for 2013, both sportsbooks are taking wagers on the following: All Ireland Football Championship, Munster, Leinster, Connacht, Ulster Football Championships, All Ireland Club Football, and NFL Divisions 1-4. They are also accepting bets on the equivalent Hurling tourneys for this year.
The All-Ireland Senior Football Championship returns for the 127th time in summer, bringing together the 31 counties, plus London and New York. Cork, Donegal and Kerry are 4/1 equal favourites for the title at William Hill Online, but will face stiff competition from Dublin, 9/2, and Mayo, 10/1.
World of sports betting
The beauty of being registered at William Hill or bet365 is that it allows players to bet on Irish sports, dozens of others sports from around the world, and to transfer easily between their sports betting account and the many other platforms provided by both operators – such as poker, bingo and casino games.
Manage everything under the one euro account, choosing whatever payment method suits you. So get ready and sit tight – it’s going to be a long year of Irish and global sports betting action, and Hill and bet365 will have it all.