It’s that time of year again, time to start thinking about the Super Bowl. 2020 marks the 54th edition of the NFL’s grand final and after a remarkable season it’s all set to be a thriller.
Yes, the climax to the 100th NFL season is going to be a memorable one and here at Freebets.co.uk we’re going to be with you every step of the way, offering in-depth previews, predictions and top Super Bowl betting tips…
As is tradition, the Super Bowl takes place on the first Sunday of February, this season falling on February 2, 2020.
It’ll take place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, the home of the Miami Dolphins.
It’ll be the 11th time the stadium has hosted the event the last falling exactly a decade earlier when the New Orleans Saints came out champions against the Indianapolis Colts.
It’s a landmark year for the NFL this season as not only is the league celebrating its centenary, but also it will be the 50th Super Bowl of the modern-era NFL.
It’s become a real spectacle down the years, with extravagant half-time shows, iconic National Anthem recitals, and of course plenty of dramatic results.
Last year saw the New England Patriots triumph once again, earning their record-equalling sixth title against the LA Rams in what was the lowest scoring Super Bowl in history.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are level with the Patriots on six Vince Lombardi trophies, while the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers both have five apiece.
The last few years have been dominated by AFC Champions, with five of the last seven winners coming from the Conference.
Like the Grand National, the Super Bowl is one of the biggest betting days of the year, adding to the occasion as punters get behind each team.
Bookmakers love to throw free bets and offers for customers to enjoy and we’re always on hand to bring you all the very best!
As February 2 approaches we’ll continue to keep you up to date with the latest Super Bowl betting odds.
We scour all the most trusted bookmakers for the best value odds on the Super Bowl and you’ll find them all right here!
We’ll bring you the favourites as the Play Offs develop, all the way up to the big day and the start prices.
As you’d probably expect, the bookies love the Super Bowl, with all the usual markets alongside plenty of specials.
Among the more popular Super Bowl betting markets are:
And a number more, all of which we keep an eye on the prices to bring you the best value odds.
The Super Bowl is broadcast all over the world and has an audience of over a billion. It’s available to watch in over 200 countries, with coverage on both BBC and Sky Sports in the UK.
You can enjoy Super Bowl live streaming through the BBC iPlayer, while it is also available via radio on BBC 5 Live.
Ahead of the Super Bowl we’ll ensure you have the best possible chance of winning with all our tips and predictions.
We have a number of NFL experts here at Freebets.co.uk and strive to bring you the best predictions with good value odds from the UK’s top bookmakers.
Below you’ll find all our latest predictions ahead of Super Bowl LIV.