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Best Football Betting Apps You Can Use While at the Ground

Best Football Betting Apps You Can Use While at the Ground

Many football fans enjoy a punt before the game, but thanks to new and improved technology, they can now place bets during matches, even if you are at the stadium in person.

The top bookies now put a lot of attention towards their mobile product because it is a pivotal part of what makes up a great all-around gambling offering.

Below are some of the apps that are recommended for live betting on football through your mobile device.

William Hill

Remember the advert where the group of football fans are at a stadium and one of them is explaining how you can create your own bet?

That is one of many features that makes William Hill one of the best bookies out there - and their app is as smooth and slick as you could hope for.

It is a classic British bookmaker with a long history in the game, so you can trust them to provide a high-quality service.

Bet365

You will do well to find a betting app or site with more markets than Bet365. Whether you are looking to bet on English Premier League football or reserve leagues in Lithuania, there is a broad range of markets including Asian lines and other niche bet types.

As you will discover in this Bet365 review, their live betting offering is the best in the business, and that is largely down to their app which is easy to navigate and use regularly.

You can even place bet builder wagers in-play, so if you are at a game and envisage a player getting booked, another player scoring, and a certain team winning, you can combine them all into a wager.

Betfair

With Betfair, you can not only place bets live on the app, but you are also able to do some trading on the Betfair Exchange.

Of course, backing and laying bets when you are at a stadium might not be feasible especially if the reception is unreliable, but not many other betting apps give you this option.

Even if you just want to place some live bets, you often get better odds on the exchange than on any other sportsbook.

Ladbrokes

Like William Hill, Ladbrokes has been around for many decades, but they have kept up with the newer betting brands when it comes to delivering quality mobile betting options.

The Ladbrokes app can be used on the move, giving you access to all of the same markets and features that you would find on the desktop site.

With Ladbrokes, you get odds boosts every day, so you can make the most of these while you are placing in-play wagers at the match.

LeoVegas

Even though LeoVegas started off by focusing mostly on their casino, they now have one of the best mobile betting offerings on the market.

The brand's mobile-first approach has seen them scoop several awards in recent years, and with their in-play wagering selection that you can access on the app, the accolades come as no surprise.

Leading providers Kambi are behind the sportsbook, and the range of football odds is second to none.



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