Ladbrokes is the largest bookmaker in the world, and one of the oldest and most respected. It has well over 2,700 physical betting shops spread across the UK, Ireland, Belgium and Spain. Recently the company acquired Betdaq and in 2014, it launched its very own betting exchange, potentially setting Ladbrokes up to compete with the highly successful Betfair.

  • Find out how Ladbrokes stacks up in relation to other leading bookmakers.

  • Ladbrokes provides a comprehensive range of UK and European football betting markets.
  • Ladbrokes' history, from a gentlemen's bookmaker in 1886 to a modern empire.
  • Ladbrokes offers dedicated mobile apps, a responsive site and a text betting service.
  • Ladbrokes has got it right with its improved offering for fans of racing.

Ladbrokes review

Pros and cons

extensive live betting markets
excellent customer service, in multiple languages
uses a “single wallet” approach, so you can access everything with just one account
expanded live streaming, including live football
rather busy web site
seldom has the best odds, although its odds for major soccer leagues are competitive

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