Whether it’s Rugby Union or League, rugby betting online is on the up and up.
From the Aviva Premiership and Heinken Cup to the Super League, club rugby is vibrant and international rugby gains in global popularity with each Six Nations and World Cup.
It’s all there to bet on from the first try scorer to the last, from the outright result to the winning or losing margins, you can have a punt on the most physical game in the world from the comfort of your armchair.
All you have to decide is which online rugby bookmaker to choose and we’ve reviewed all the top online rugby bookmakers for you below:-
Bet365 have the top rugby betting online coverage. All the major internationals and club games from both denominations. Match markets are extensive covering scoring plays, winning margins, first to score, highest scoring half and many more. Just point and click to navigate their excellent website and be sure to pick up your free bets as you open your account with Bet365.
888Sport‘s online rugby betting is top notch as you would expect from this well established online bookmaker. Bet on outright season or grand final winners as well as multiple markets for individual games and players. The odds at 888Sport are very competitive and you get a free opening bet when you sign up.
Being Irish, Paddypower love rugby betting online and they offer some great odds on all aspects of the game. They cover games from all over the globe as they happen so you need never miss out on the opportunity to have a rugby bet. They offer ‘money-back’ specials and a free bet when you sign up to Paddypower.
Betfair is made for rugby betting online. Sick of arguing with your know-all mates down the pub? Settle the argument… get them to do their rugby betting online via Betfair where fans bet against themselves. You can bet on anything and you set the odds. So come and have a go if you think you’re hard enough… at Betfair (with a free bet at the moment).
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