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Bet UK Online Sports Betting

Welcome to Bet UK, the home of online sports betting and real-money gaming. The full Bet UK experience brings you a diverse sportsbook that covers the latest fixtures and odds from the world’s biggest sporting events alongside the best online casino games in the UK including slots, jackpot games and live casino offerings. No matter whether you're looking to hit the target with a sports bet, or hoping to scoop the jackpot prize on a slot machine, when you play at Bet UK you can be certain that you're choosing one of the best sportsbook and casino combinations online today.

Online Betting at Bet UK

Here at Bet UK, our focus is to provide the greatest online betting experience for our bettors. We do this by providing competitive odds across a wide range of sports, political and novelty events. So, whether you're looking for the latest football bets or looking at who will be the next UK prime minister, we have the betting markets and odds that you're looking for.

We also have a wide selection of betting FAQs and guides for you to utilise and tackle any issues that you may have while you bet. We are always working to make your experience better, whether it's through accessibility or enjoyability, you're always likely to see new and innovative features on our sportsbook.

What Sports can I bet on?

We offer competitive betting odds on 35 different sports here at Bet UK, our most popular markets are football and horse racing, while we also have sports that perhaps you're unaware of such as Bandy and Trotting. Just because our football and horse racing betting markets get the most attention, doesn't mean you can't find outstanding value in other sports.

Betting On Football

As one of our top markets, our range of sports betting markets for football betting is substantial, bettors can view up to 100 different markets for individual games as well as outright bets for the English Premier League, Champions League and more!

Betting On Horse Racing

Horse Racing is one of the biggest sports in the world for bets, whether it's through major events such as the Cheltenham Festival and Royal Ascot or daily races at the likes of Aintree racecourse, you can find our markets for each race at Bet UK. If you're looking to place a bet on these events today, check out our horse racing betting markets.

Placing bets in-play

If you're one for American leagues such as the NBA & NFL betting, you may wish to learn more about our live betting odds which allows you to place a bet on a game while it is being played by using our in-play betting markets. These sports are played in a longer format than the likes of Horse Racing, so it gives you a chance to base your prediction on how the game has gone. For example, if the scoreline doesn't necessarily represent how the game has played out, you can bet on an alteration and find substantially better odds for your desired bet.

Biggest Betting Events of 2022

The biggest betting event of 2022 is definitely the FIFA World Cup, looking for FIFA World Cup betting odds check out our sportsbook for everything you'll need to place a bet. Can France win back-to-back World Cups? Find out this December! On the women's side of football, there is also the European Championships in July! Can England make their first final? Will the USA dominate again? Tune in to find out! There are also hundreds of horse racing events across the year, check out our blog for horse racing betting tips or alternatively, check out our sportsbook to watch Horse Racing for free! An offer that includes the likes of the [Cheltenham Festival[(/horse-racing-betting-tips/cheltenham), Royal Ascot and more!

Online Betting Odds & Markets

With the wide range of sports that are offered on Bet UK, it makes sense that we have a large array of markets. However, Bet UK aims to stand out by providing the most competitive football odds in each market which helps us provide the best sportsbook experience possible. We often aim to increase the number of markets we have available depending on the event as well, if the event has high popularity such as the Super Bowl or the Champions League final, you may find more in-depth odds around that fixture in comparison to what you may find for a standard group game. In regards to individual markets for games, the most popular market is the Both Teams to Score market which is commonly found in football. If you're interested in tips for how to place BTTS bets, check out our blog.

What types of bets can I place?

At our online betting site, you can place dozens of different bet types ranging from single bets to Goliath depending on your chosen sport, a full list of the bet types we offer can be found below.

Singles

Doubles

Trebles

Four-folds (continues on this pattern until 12-folds)

Trixie

Patent

Lucky 15/31/63

Yankee

Canadian

Heinz & Super Heinz.

To find out how to use all of these bets, checking our UK Betting Calculator

What is Bet UK's current betting offer?

Our current betting offer is £30 in free bets after a £10 qualifying bet. If you join Bet UK and place a £10 opening bet on any of our UK online betting markets, you will receive £30 in free bets once your bet has concluded. If you'd like to read more about our free bets offer, check out our promotions page.

We'll also offer enhanced odds on a number of fantastic bets on our sportsbook which can be found by clicking Bet UK specials on your sidebar.

Sports betting FAQs

Q. How do sports betting odds work?

A. Betting odds demonstrate the probability of an event. If you view evens as 50%, under evens would represent an event that is likely to happen while over evens is what is unlikely to happen. These odds calculate the potential return that players may receive if they end up being successful in their bet.

Odds can be shown in three different ways, American odds, fractional odds and decimal odds are the three formats, American odds will be shown as the likes of +370 or -125. This demonstrates how much players would receive per £1. So, if your bet has odds of +370, this shows that you'd receive £3.70 for every £1 you bet.

Meanwhile, if you place a bet at -125, you would get 75% of your stake as a profit, meaning £0.80 would come as the profit of a £1 bet.

Fractional odds are much easier to read for beginners and that's what we would recommend all our bettors use. They come in the form of 1/10 or 10/1. If your bet pays out at 1/10, you will receive a 10th of your stake as profit. Meanwhile, at 10/1, if you win a £1 bet, you will win £11, as you've won 10x your bet with your £1 stake as an addition. Decimal odds, on the other hand, can be viewed at odds such as 1.32 or 8.00, if the odds are shown at 1.32, this will provide players with 32p profit from a £1 bet. Meanwhile, if you win a bet at odds of 8.00, this will provide £8 profit for every £1.

Q. How does each way work?

A. Each way betting is the method in Horse Racing that places two different bets at once. One of these bets features the horse winning the race, while the other is a bet based on the horse finishing in the top three. If the horse finishes third, your bet based on the horse winning will be a loss; however, your bet based on the horse finishing in the top three will win. Odds for this are typically reduced to 1/4 or 1/5.

In the modern-day, each way bets are making their way into alternative sports as outright bets, for example, in the Premier League, you can place outright bets on teams finishing in the top three as well as winning the league.

To learn more about Each Way betting check out our guide.

Q. What does draw no bet mean?

A. If you're placing a bet using the draw no bet market, this nullifies your bet if the event ends as a draw. For example, if you placed a bet on the first Tyson Fury Vs Deontay Wilder fight that was Tyson Fury to win, draw no bet, as the match ended as a draw, all bets placed on this will be nullified and your stake will be returned.

It is worth noting that if you place a bet with 'no bet' attached, the odds will be significantly lower than what the bet would be without it.

Q. How do I place a bet?

A. If you're looking to place a bet at Bet UK, it couldn't be easier to get started. If you don't already have an account on Bet UK, you must create an account to get started on any and all online betting sites, not just Bet UK. Once you're in your account and you've made a deposit, you can place a bet by heading to our betting page and adding a bet to your bet slip. You can add a bet to your bet slip by simply clicking on the bet that you wish to place. You can combine up to 20 bets in an individual accumulator but once you have selected all of the bets you wish to place, add a stake in the relevant section to your bet and click the place bet button to finalise your bet.