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NFL betting is hugely popular around the globe including down under with football fans especially keen to bet the Super Bowl odds each year. Founded in 1920 it was renamed as the NFL in 1922 and today there are 32 NFL clubs, divided into two conferences, which fight it out for the Super Bowl Trophy.
The American NFL football season starts the week after the Labor Day holiday and continues through until the end of December. Contested over 17 weeks the NFL season leads into the Playoffs, which is when American Football betting really heats up. NFL betting hits peak at Super Bowl time each February, but American Football odds are open on all matches during the regular season through Live Betting markets.
The Green Bay Packers boast the most NFL Championships – 13 titles made up of nine prior to the Super Bowl Era and four Super Bowl wins. The NFL team record for the most Super Bowl championships belongs to the Pittsburgh Steelers with six.
Some of the popular NFL betting types include: Head-to-Head NFL odds on each match, First Score Of The Game, First Team to Score Wins Game, Total Points, Race to 10 Points, Winning Margin and Game To Go Overtime. All-in Super Bowl betting and NFL Championship odds are also available across the year at Ladbrokes.
As well as the standard head-to-head Super Bowl odds on each team to take out the game each February there are a host of other top NFL betting markets open on the grand final of American Football. Key Super Bowl betting odds include: First Touchdown Scorer and Line / Total Points Double. There are also Super Bowl Scoring Markets including the First Score of the Game and Super Bowl betting on the 1st Half Point Spread plus plenty more open right now.