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List of Gaelic Sport Betting Sites

Gaelic SportsWelcome to our best Gaelic sport gambling page. Below we’ve put together a comparison of the best places to bet on Gaelic sports online and we’ve listed the bonus which each bookmaker offers, our rating of that bookmaker and a link to a review with further info available.

There’s a ‘Get Bonus’ link as well if you want to grab any of the bonuses for yourself. Check out what’s on offer below and under the table are mini reviews of all the top options.

Bookmakers With Gaelic Sport Markets

Latest Odds: Gaelic Sports

Provincial Hurling Cups

Sat 19th Jan
Wexford v Galway

Provincial Football Cups

Sat 19th Jan
Armagh v Tyrone
Fri 18th Jan
Dublin v Westmeath
Sun 20th Jan
Galway v Roscommon

Gaelic Sports Betting Reviews

As we mentioned above, as well as compiling our comparison table, we have also picked out our three best overall Gaelic sports betting sites. Those three are listed below and to help you decide which may be the best site for you, we’ve also provided a brief outline and review of the Gaelic sports betting service which each of them offer.

#1 For Gaelic Sports – Paddy Power

Paddy PowerGiven that Paddy Power are a proud Irish bookmaker, it was to be expected that their Gaelic sports betting service be amongst the best around, and it is in fact unquestionably the very best you’ll find anywhere.

The bookmaker price up essentially every GAA Football and GAA Hurling match which takes place, and offer a great selection of markets for each of them. Upwards of 30 or 40 markets can be available for each match, and include simple match result markets, ranges of handicap markets and plenty more besides.

Paddy Power, too, provide outright markets for both the All Ireland SHC and All Ireland SFC, to complete what is unquestionably the best Gaelic sports betting service available anywhere.

Click here to join Paddy Power!

New customers only, 18+, T&C's apply.

#2 For Gaelic Sports – Betvictor

BetvictorWhilst not quite matching the Gaelic sports offering from Paddy Power, Bevictor are definitely the best of the non-Irish bookmakers when it comes to betting on both GAA Football and GAA Hurling.

Bevictor are one of few non-Irish bookmakers, in fact, to actually allow their customers to bet on each of those sports. Where many other major bookmakers entirely overlook Gaelic sports, however, Bevictor regularly price up club football and club hurling matches and even offer outright markets for a range of senior hurling and football championships, as well as the main All Ireland competitions.

It is perhaps a little disappointing that most of the matches catered for by Bevictor do only offer match result markets, but this is far better than those many bookmakers who do not price up Gaelic sports contests at all.

Bet £5 get £30 at Betvictor!

New customers only, 18+, T&C's apply.

Bet Type FAQ

As we’ve touched upon above, many bookmakers who do now provide Gaelic sports betting options still only offer a limited selection of markets. The very best, however, do provide a number of different bet types for you to choose from. In order to ensure that you’re equipped to select the right bet type for you, we’re going to describe and explain a selection of the most widely available types of Gaelic sports bet below.

Match Betting – Unquestionably the most commonly available type of Gaelic sports bet and probably still the most popular, match betting simply involves putting money on one team or another to win a match or on the draw.

Handicap Betting – Working in much the same way as a handicap on an America football match or other US sports contest, a Gaelic sports handicap bet sees each team given either a positive or negative points rating. A favourite will have the negative rating and the underdog the positive rating, and a handicap bet is a wager on whether the favourite will win by more points than their rating or whether the underdog will lose by less (or win).

Double Result – Similar to a HT/FT bet for a football match, a double result bet on Gaelic sports asks punters to choose what they believe the game situation will be at half time, as well as the ultimate match result. These types of bet are great for boosting potential winnings on a match where you believe the ultimate winner is close to a foregone conclusion.

Total Points Markets – Total points markets give punters the chance to bet on whether more or less than a pre-determined total number of points will be scored in any given game. The two betting options are simply ‘Over’ and ‘Under’, and the number of points specified will differ from one game to the next.

Three Way Total Points Markets – Very similar to the above markets but differing in one important way, three way total points markets allow punters to select whether they think an exact number of points will be scored, or whether either less or more than that number will be scored.

the Cheeky Punter
The Cheeky Punter is an ex professional online sports bettor and trader with over 15 years of experience in the industry. He has worked for a number of top bookmakers including Ladbrokes, William Hill and Coral. He's also written for a number of leading news outlets including the Guardian, i (newspaper) and Soccer Lens. More about him here.