AFL Betting Market – Who is the best?
The siren blasts, the roar of the crowd, bounce down, is there anything better than the start of an AFL game? Maybe making a fortune on the outcome! And which is the best app to go with when you want some AFL Betting action? Check out our reviews and recommendations below, orhead to our dedicated review pages for the full reviews. In any event we have summarised some of the editor’s picks below…
Top AFL app: Sportsbet
Sportsbet is one of the best known names in the sports betting industry. It offers a number of AFL betting options at sportsbet.com.au, from head to head on a game by game basis, to Norm Smith medallist, Coleman medallist, AFL Rising Star and of course, the Brownlow. Some interesting bets include on which draftees will get the most games or most goals. The usual range of futures betting is also available, top team, top Victorian/Interstate team etc. The Womens AFL league is also a betting option and should provide some interesting opportunities given the relatively new status.
Top AFL app: Crownbet
Crown have an interesting array of futures markets to bet on based on a team by team basis. As well as head-to-head they offer outright markets on a range of divisions, including the Women’s league and the SANFL. The Brownlow is also covered of course. Although the range is a little more limited, the odds on offer are highly competitive.
Top AFL app: Luxbet
Despite being banished to the second menu with American Football, Luxbet have a pretty good range of betting options including head-to-head, some pretty fun multi’s, and include the pre-season competition. They also offer the popular cash out feature on some of their games, so worth checking this out before laying your bets.