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Football - England FA Cup bets

FA Cup - Winner



FA Cup 23/24

Manchester City 4.10

Arsenal FC 9.50

Liverpool FC 9.50

Chelsea FC 9.50

Newcastle United 12.00

Manchester United 12.00

Tottenham Hotspur 16.00

Brighton & Hove Albion 18.00

Aston Villa 22.00

Brentford FC 43.00

West Ham United 43.00

Everton FC 55.00

Wolverhampton Wanderers 55.00

Fulham FC 55.00

Crystal Palace 55.00

Nottingham Forest 70.00

Southampton FC 70.00

Burnley FC 70.00

AFC Bournemouth 70.00

Leicester City 70.00

Leeds United 70.00

Norwich City 110.00

West Bromwich Albion 110.00

Sheffield United 110.00

Watford FC 110.00

Middlesbrough FC 110.00

Stoke City 130.00

Luton Town 130.00

Sunderland AFC 130.00

Ipswich Town 130.00

Swansea City 160.00

Blackburn Rovers 160.00

Millwall FC 160.00

Birmingham City 160.00

Coventry City 160.00

Sheffield Wednesday 225.00

Preston North End 225.00

Hull City 225.00

Huddersfield Town 225.00

Cardiff City 225.00

Bristol City 225.00

Plymouth Argyle 225.00

Queens Park Rangers 275.00

Rotherham United 275.00


The FA CUP is the oldest football competition in the world and the most prestigious cup in England. Every league from the country is represented here as they face off for final glory. The tournament, where the giants can’t be certain against the underdogs! This tournament is truly unpredictable and exciting! But! If you take a look at the record of winners, in the last five years the big teams steadily dominated the tournament. Most importantly, Arsenal, a club with 13 FA CUP trophies in the vitrine. In 2019 however, the Gunners only managed to get into the fourth round. Last year, Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City was the center of attention as they defeated Watford 6:0 in the Wembley on May 18 and lifted the trophy for the sixth time in the club’s history.

One thing is for certain: English football never disappoints in terms of enthusiasm. Even if the absolute shockers by smaller teams were rather rare this season, the motivation is even bigger for them as the FA CUP winner automatically qualifies for the group stages of the Europa League. This is why it matters especially for small teams to go through this long and bumpy road. The only three outsiders that truly surprised the world in the last thirty years were Everton (1995), Portsmouth (2008) and Wigan Athletic (2013).

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