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Football Index has gained some serious traction over the last 18 months, it’s a fantastic platform which does deserve recognition within the betting world.

In this Football Index Review, I’ll be covering every aspect of the Football Stockmarket, including how to use the website, depositing money and buying players. I will also include a few trader favourite strategies & explain how to make a profit from this football stockmarket.

What Is Football Index?

Football index is a stock market for Football Players. Instead of buying shares in various companies, you buy shares in football players. 

It’s not run like bookmakers, where they set the odds. Player prices are controlled by demand. If there’s a lot of demand for a player, he will be more expensive on the platform. I explain more in detail below, but currently buying 300 shares in a player will increase his price by £0.01, so players which perform well, will be higher priced, as traders want to maximise their holding.

This also means that selling 300 shares would drop his price by £0.01, so if the player isn’t in form, his price could decrease as traders sell.

If your player does perform well, you will be given a Dividend Return based on this. There are multiple payouts which you can earn, on a per share basis. This means that the dividend amount you can earn is unlimited. The more shares owned equals a higher dividend received.

You can sign up to Football Index via this link & Claim £500 Risk Free from visiting our Football Index Review.

Matched Betting isn’t a new thing, it’s actually been a ‘thing’ for around 5 years or so. I started Matched Betting around 3 years ago, I have managed to make a healthy sum in this time. I can’t retire yet though!

Before I started off this website I used Oddsmonkey who are a phenomenal ‘paid for’ service

Bet365 Sign Up Offer
£183 Profit from Sign Up offer 35%
PaddyPower 2UP Tennis Lock-In
Locked in £112 on a 2UP 27%

The two above were massive earners for me. I completed the Bet365 Sign up with ease, and both of my bets lost. This gave me the Exchange balance to be able to do some 2UP offers.

I opted for PaddyPower’s Tennis 2UP promotion, which I locked in £112 from. I couldn’t risk not locking it in, as it was almost 20% of my target smashed, in 20 minutes! Unfortunately, I would’ve completed the whole challenge if I hadn’t locked in, as the bet would’ve made £470.

To keep my run going, I completed ToteSport, UniBet & Sky Bet sign-ups, as these were very easy offers. I checked my emails and had a £20 Risk Free from Ladbrokes, nice.

Ladbrokes Casino | £89

Ladbrokes were being generous, they sent me a £20 refund offer. Knowing I would get my money back, i did £4 stakes. 4 spins and 0 wins, i thought Meh, at least I get a refund. On my last spin, I hit a £90 bonus! I Spun once more as a wild locked, but then withdrew.

BET365 In play Offer | £104

I felt a bit bad, taking a lot of money from bet365 in a short period! Oh well! Now, I don’t lay these offers as I like to punt them, but I backed 2-1 correct score at 11.0, laying in play at 3.5.

No Lay Mug Bets | £19

I don’t like to be doing mug bets that are always close matches, so i dedicate a part of my profits to doing small stakes acca mug bets. Somehow I ended up making a profit from these too!