English Championship Betting

Here at betting.com, we have everything you need in order to enjoy English Championship betting in a fun, exciting and safe way. We discover the best English Championship betting odds, as well as the latest English Championship tips and predictions. We also help customers find the best English Championship betting sites in the UK.

Best English Championship Betting Sites

1. LVBET

Bet £10 - Get £10

18+ | New UK players after 31.03.2021 | Opt-In Required. | Valid on first Sports bet | Min. dep. £10 req. | Min. £10 wag. on the first bet with min. total odds of 1/1 to qualify | Bet must be settled | Bonus Wag. req.1x on min. 2-fold Acca bets (min. 1/4 odds each selection) with min. final odds of 1/ 1| Virtual and cashed out bets do not qualify | One-time offer | Bonuses credited following working day | T&Cs apply

2. BetUK

Bet £10 & get £30 in Free Bets

T&C's Apply .New customers on mobile only. 7 days to claim and stake £10 minimum bet at odds of 1.5 or greater to qualify. Free, void, cashed out or partially cashed out bets do not qualify. Max 3x £10 free bets credited on bet settlement. Free bets must be used on 4 or more selections with selection odds of 1.3 or greater. Free bets are non-withdrawable and stake not returned with winnings. 7 day expiry. 18+ BeGambleAware.org.

3. Coral

Bet £5 get £20 in Free Bets

8+ New UK & ROI customers only. Min deposit £5. Min first £5 bet at minimum odds 1/2 to qualify for 1x 20 free bet. Certain deposit methods and bet types excl. Free bet valid for 7 days, stake not returned. Restrictions + T&Cs apply.

4. Unibet

Bet £10 Get £40

New customers only. Min deposit £10. Money back as bonus if first sports bet loses. Wagering requirements: sportsbook 3x at min. odds of 1.40 (2/5), casino 50x. Unless forfeited the sportsbook bonus must be wagered before using the casino bonus. Bonus expires 7 days after opt-in. Visit Unibet.co.uk for full T&C's.

5. Betfred

Get £60 in Bonuses When You Stake £10

New UK customers only. Register using the promo code BETFRED60, deposit and place first bet of £10+ on Sports (cumulative Evens+) within 7 days of registration. First bet must be on Sports. £20 in Free Bets to be used on Sports, £10 in Free Bets to be used on Lotto and 50 Free Spins (20p per spin) credited within 48 hours of bet settlement. Further £20 in Free Bets credited 5 days after settlement. Bonuses have a 7-day expiry. Payment restrictions apply. SMS verification and/or Proof of I.D and address may be required. Full T&Cs apply. 18+.

6. MrRex

Bet £15 Get £10

New Customers Only. Qualifying bets must be placed at odds of 1/1 or greater. Max One £10 Free bet! 1/1 or Greater Paid as Bonus token with min. 4/5 odds req. Skrill, Neteller & Paypal not eligible. T&C Apply. 18+

7. Spreadex

Up to £25 in Free Bets

Place a £25 fixed odds single bet at min. odds of 1/2 and get 5 x £5 free fixed odds single bets. Free bets applied to account on consecutive days. Smaller qualifying fixed odds single bets will warrant different free bet amounts. 18+ T&Cs apply

8. William Hill

Bet £10 Get £30 in Free Bets

English Championship News & Articles

English Championship Betting – Everything You Need to Know

The English Championship is one of the most-competitive football leagues in the world. So whether you’re watching a game that’s going to affect the race for promotion or the battle for relegation, you can be sure that you’ll always be treated to a fierce encounter that’s packed with action.

That’s why English Championship betting is so exciting. 

There are two types of betting for English Championship games: 

  1. Match
  2. Outright

Match Betting

Match betting covers everything you can bet on during a game, with bets placed either pre-match (before the game kicks off) or in-play (once the game has kicked off). 

There are literally hundreds of match betting markets for every single English Championship game, with some of the most popular ones including:

  1. Win/Draw/Win
  2. Both Teams To Score
  3. Correct Score
  4. Over/Under Total Goals
  5. First Goalscorer
  6. Anytime Goalscorer

Outright Betting

Outright betting covers everything that will happen over the course of the season, with some of the most popular ones including:

  1. Outright Winner
  2. To Be Promoted
  3. To Be Relegated
  4. Top 6 Finish
  5. Player Top Goalscorer

Find the Best English Championship Betting Sites in UK

English Championship betting is available on all of the best English Championship betting sites in the UK, with many offering generous sign-up bonuses to encourage new customers to bet with them.

With so many betting sites to choose from, it’s worth looking around to see which ones have the best English Championship odds. Betting.com has reliable and comprehensive reviews to help you find the best English Championship betting sites in the UK.

How We Rate Betting Sites for English Championship

We only work with betting sites who value their customers and we pride ourselves on publishing reviews that are honest, reliable and trustworthy.

We rate betting sites for the English Championship according to several different criteria, which are: 

  • Bonus Offers
  • Sports Offers
  • Betting Markets
  • Odds
  • Live Betting
  • Mobile App
  • Design/Navigation
  • Reputation/Reliability

Each betting site is rated out of 10 for each criteria to explain the pros and cons of each one and help you make your choice.

You can read our reviews on the English Championship bookmakers here.

More about English Championship Betting

There are 1,107 English Championship games per season, with hundreds of English Championship betting markets available for each one. So whether it’s a big game at Carrow Road, the Stadium of Light or the Hawthorns, no big moment is ever missed.

It’s always worth placing your bets pre-match, but once the game has kicked off is when English Championship betting gets really interesting.

That’s when it’s time for in-play betting, which allows you to bet on the game as the action unfolds, with the live odds changing in real time.

Traditional match betting markets such as Win/Draw/Win are available in-play, but there are also markets that are unique to in-play betting, including popular ones such as:

  1. Next Team To Score
  2. Next Player To Score
  3. Next Player To Be Carded
  4. Next Team To Win A Corner

English Championship Tips & Predictions

With games played every three days, the form of English Championship teams can be hard to keep on top of.

So while you can never be sure of the outcome of a game – English Championship betting wouldn’t be much fun if you could – give your bets the best possible chance of success by reading our English Championship tips and predictions, which are published on betting.com every single day.

Check out our Championship tips & predictions page to learn more about this prestigious football competition.

English Championship Odds

English Championship odds are calculated on the probability of something happening.

For example, the odds of Norwich City winning the English Championship are much shorter than the odds of Rotherham United. That’s because the probability of Norwich City doing so is much higher.

If Norwich won the English Championship after you placed a £10 bet on them to do so at 6/1, you would win £60. But if Rotherham won the Championship after you placed a £10 bet on them to do so at 66/1, you would win £660. 

English Championship odds for individual games can be short, especially if you’re backing one of the stronger teams in the league to win, so a shrewd way of increasing the odds is through accumulator betting.

More commonly referred to as an ‘acca’, accumulator betting is when you bet on two or more English Championship games – five games is called ‘a five-fold’ – but combine them into one bet. Learn how Betting.com’s acca bet calculator can help you save time in manual calculations.

Because the odds are multiplied, you’ll win an enhanced amount if all the selections in your acca are correct.

Check out our Championship odds page to learn more about this prestigious football competition.

English Championship 2022/23 Overview

The English Championship 2022/23 season will be played from Friday 29th July to Monday 29th May 2023, with a five-week break taking place in November and December to allow the 2022 World Cup to be played.

As usual, the league will be made up of 24 teams, with each team playing the other 23 teams at home and away for a grand total of 46 games. The top two teams will be promoted to the Premier League, with the four teams who finish between third and sixth entering the play-offs. The bottom three clubs will be relegated to the English League 1.

The final day of the regular season will be played on Saturday 6th May, with the English Championship Play-off Final taking place at Wembley on Monday 29th May 2023.

Norwich City are pre-season favourites to be promoted, followed by Watford. Both teams were relegated from the Premier League last season, along with Burnley, who are fifth favourites to go up. West Brom, Sheffield United and Middlesbrough are the other teams in contention, according to the pre-season outright odds.

At the other end of the table, promoted team Rotherham United are favourites to be relegated, followed by Birmingham City, Bristol City and Reading. Wigan Athletic, another one of the three promoted sides, are a short price to go down, as are Preston North End. 

English Championship Winners of the Last Seasons

  • 2021/22 – Fulham
  • 2020/21 – Norwich City
  • 2019/20 – Leeds United
  • 2018/19 – Norwich City
  • 2017/18 – Wolverhampton Wanderers
  • 2016/17 – Newcastle United
  • 2015/16 – Burnley
  • 2014/15 – Bournemouth

English Championship 2022/23 Competing Teams

Season start-end: 29th July 2022 – 29th May 2023

All teams and their home stadiums

  • Birmingham City, St Andrew’s Stadium
  • Blackburn Rovers, Ewood Park
  • Blackpool, Bloomfield Road
  • Bristol City, Ashton Gate
  • Burnley, Turf Moor
  • Cardiff City, Cardiff City Stadium
  • Coventry City, Coventry Building Society Arena
  • Huddersfield Town, John Smith’s Stadium
  • Hull City, MKM Stadium
  • Luton Town, Kenilworth Road
  • Norwich City, Carrow Road
  • Middlesbrough, Riverside Stadium
  • Millwall, The Den
  • Preston North End, Deepdale
  • Queens Park Rangers, Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium
  • Reading, Select Car Leasing Stadium
  • Rotherham United, New York Stadium
  • Sheffield United, Bramall Lane
  • Stoke City, bet365 Stadium
  • Sunderland, Stadium of Light
  • Swansea City, Liberty Stadium
  • Watford, Vicarage Road
  • West Bromwich Albion, The Hawthorns
  • Wigan Athletic, DW Stadium

Reigning Champions: Fulham

English Championship Summary

Twenty-four teams. More than 1,000 games, plus even more pre-game and in-play betting markets. There is a reason the English Championship is one of the best football leagues to bet on. And with 2022/23 shaping up to be another epic English Championship season, make sure to follow it every step of the way on betting.com.

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