Got Soccer? You Bet!

Even though most of the world calls this sport “football” or “futbol,” those of us (already having the pig skin type of football’) in North America know it as soccer.

While soccer is not the most popular sport in the United States, it has seen recent growth and success with youth soccer programs gaining more and more participants each year. There are a myriad of children’s soccer programs, those that are community oriented (local YMCA or the like) and more competitive traveling leagues. More and more schools are adopting athletic programs that include soccer, and colleges are always on the lookout for the next great up and coming players.


Of course there are many different ways and places that you can make your wagers and bet on your favorite team or players; everything from being at the actual match, to being in Las Vegas or other simulcast betting site, to online betting. There are scores of sites and places on the internet that are more than willing to assist you in any way needed, and take your bets! Read More



While there are several different ways to bet on soccer, the most simple and straightforward way would obviously be to be on the overall outcome (win or loss) for a specific team. But this type of bet can be done in three different ways. There is the point spread, which is number of goals that an odds maker thinks that the better team will usually win by, this is also referred to as the line’ also. The second type is the bet on the moneyline, which is a bet on a specific outcome of a game (in soccer that bet can be the winner of the match or a draw). Read More