The World Cup is going to be a huge event for world betting and the bookies will be having loads of offers over the tournament. This is our guide to the best betting apps for the World Cup. Check out our blog for to see the daily World Cup specials.
Best World Cup betting apps
Bet365 – Whilst bet365 may not be the best for money back specials they do have the most used app. This is due to the stability of the app and the quality of the team that work on in. Some other bookies apps struggle on a Saturday afternoon and a few were down a couple of hours before the grand national. This was not the case for bet365 who remain consistent through out. It’s really annoy when you can’t get your bets on and that’s why bet365 is the best World Cup betting app.
If you’re new to bet365 you can get up to £200 in free bets when you join!
Paddy Power – The king of the special offers, Paddy Power will have loads of great offers over the World Cup. They’re well know for their money back specials and they’ll be having lots of daily promotions. If you’re new to Paddy Power you can get a £50 free bet when you get the best World Cup betting app for money back specials.
Other recommended World Cup apps
Here’s our guide to some other apps to help you enjoy the action. These aren’t World Cup betting apps but are good apps to have along side the two above.
TV catch up – If you can get to watch the match the TV catchup app is essential to watching the matches on your mobile. All the games will be on BBC or ITV so with TV catchup you don’t need to miss any of the action.
Whoscored.com – This isn’t actually an app but a website to keep an eye on. This is by far the best site for football stats. If you want to know all the in play stats (bookings, shots on goal, possession etc) then this is the place to find them. They also do some excellent stats based previews highlighting trends and key players stats.
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