Football Accumulator Bets
Football is the most popular sport in the world, and placing bets on the footy is equally popular.
Football Accumulators (also known as Football Accas and Footy Accas for short) are an increasingly popular way to place bets on football matches. A punter places a bet on the outcome - win, lose or draw - of 4 or more football matches.
The combined odds of all four outcomes can give players much better value odds than placing bets on just a single match.
Latest Football Acca Promotions
This Wednesday you'll get the opportunity to back the bookies' favourites in each of the 8pm matches. Read more
This new customer football betting ACCA from Coral is offering some fantastic odds. Read more
How to Win Football Accumulators
For those not in the know, a football accumulator can sound like an odd concept to get to grips with. But it really is very simple. Once you're familiar with how to place a football accumulator bet properly it can add an extra level of excitement to your betting with the potential for a decent reward.
In simple terms, Football Accumulators allow you to increase your winnings by allowing you to bet on the outcome of several games at once. Depending on the type of Footy Acca offered by your bookmaker, you can bet on the outcome of two or more games at once but commonly four or five games are bet on. The more games you bet on, the higher the risk... but also the potential payoff. A Footy Acca generally offers a much higher payout than if you placed a set of single bets on the same football matches.
The T&C's for accumulator bets can vary greatly between the bookies, so always carefully check what the terms are and how they apply to the games that you want to bet on.
Football Accumulator Tips: This Weekend
Footy Accas are hugely popular these days and because of this many of the betting sites offer them, both for the bigger football tournaments and for league and cup games throughout the domestic season.
Wanna see if your bookmaker of choice offers Footy Acca promotions? They should list it on their football page or within a list of their latest promotions. If it turns out that your regular bookie doesn't offer Footy Acca promotions, they you ought to check our latest promos on this page because there are many which do.
We regularly post links to some of the best
Best Betting Sites with Football Accumulator Promos
Betfair Footy Accas
5 x £20 Free Bets
Betfair is a top choice if you love betting on football accumulators. They offer their players a Daily Acca which is a handpicked football accumulator often with great value, as well as their own version of Acca Insurance which Betfair calls Acca Edge.
Bet365 Footy Accas
100% up to £100 in bet credits
A really great betting site for footy accas, Bet365 offers an unrivalled range of leagues and markets to play on - so the combinations you can come-up with for footy accas are humungous! Signing up for a Bet365 account is fast and easy.
William Hill Footy Accas
Bet £10 & Get £30 in Free Bets
For fans of football accumulators, as you'd expect William Hill covers all the major European football leagues. They have the added bonus of their Accumulator Bonus where successful punters can potentially receive a bonus of up to 40% on their winnings.
Ladbrokes Footy Accas
Bet £5 get £20 in Free Bets
Ladbrokes is another stalwart of the football markets, known for its coverage of majors leagues and competitions and great odds. When it comes to footy accumulators they excel, and also offer their players 5-fold acca insurance on bets up to the value of £25.
For any punters who place bets on football accumulators on a regular basis, acca insurance is really useful.
If one result doesn't quite go your way then with acca insurance you're covered. You'll usually be able to get a partial or full refund of your stake and be able to try again on another football accumulator bet instead. Definitely better than losing everything!
For more detailed info about how Acca Insurance, read our page about it.
FAQ: Football Accas
Football/Footy Acca/Accas/Accumulators: what's the difference?
These terms all refer to the same act of placing a bet on the outcome of several different football matches (usually 4 or more).