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The NFL was established in 1920 as the American Professional Football Association before quickly rebranding as the National Football League in 1922. The Super Bowl was first staged in 1967 and has remained the final game of each season since the NFL and American Football League (AFL) merged in 1970.

Today, the NFL is made up of 32 teams that are split into National Football Conference (NFC) and American Football Conference (AFC). Each conference is divided into the North, East, South and West.

The NFL runs for an 18-week regular season, with each team competing in 17 games and receiving one bye. After the regular season concludes, seven teams from each conference progress through to the playoffs, where eventually the Super Bowl winners will be crowned as champions.

The road to Super Bowl LVI is underway and we follow the action every step of the way, right through to the Super Bowl. Our NFL experts offer exclusive NFL tips across the entire season.

Each week we have all the NFL tips you could possibly need with our NFL Best Bets and Same Game Multis as well as our advice on the futures markets.


American Football Conference

Division Club
North Baltimore Ravens
North Cincinnati Bengals
North Cleveland Browns
North Pittsburg Steelers
East Buffalo Bills
East Miami Dolphins
East New England Patriots
East New York Jets
South Houston Texans
South Indianapolis Colts
South Jacksonville Jaguars
South Tennessee Titans
West Denver Broncos
West Kansas City Chiefs
West Las Vegas Raiders
West Los Angeles Chargers

National Football Conference

Division Club
North Chicago Bears
North Detroit Lions
North Green Bay Packers
North Minnesota Vikings
East Dallas Cowboys
East New York Giants
East Philadelphia Eagles
East Washington Football Team
South Atlanta Falcons
South Carolina Panthers
South New Orleans Saints
South Tampa Bay Buccaneers
West Arizona Cardinals
West Los Angeles Rams
West San Francisco 49ers
West Seattle Seahawks


All leading bookmakers in Australia offer odds for every game of the NFL season, along with various Futures markets. Click on the links below to find the best bookmaker for you.

You can see the latest Super Bowl Winner Odds here.


Bookmakers have a number of markets available for NFL games and we run through some of the most popular ways to bet on the sport.

Spread or Line

The Point Spread, more commonly known as the ‘line’ in Australian betting terms, is one of the most common bet types. The spread allows the punter to get even odds on either team by giving or taking points. For example, if the Arizona Cardinals are playing the Miami Dolphins you may see this market…Cardinals -4.5 vs Dolphins +4.5. The – symbol will always be associated with the favourite and the + symbol will always be associated with the underdog. This simply means if you take

Cardinals -4.5: they must win the game by 5 or more points for the bet to win. If you are betting on the

Dolphins +4.5: this means they must win the game or lose by less than 5 points. If they do, the bet is a winner.


Total betting is the most common bet for professional NFL bettors. The Total has two sides, the Over and the Under. The ‘Total’ is the number of combined points between the two teams. For example a game might have the Total is set at 44.5. This means if that if the score ends 30-15, the total will have gone over the expected 44.5 points and the Over will be paid out. Vice Versa if the total score ends at 24-12 the Under will be paid out.

Money Line 

The Money Line or ‘Head to Head’ betting is the simplest and most popular bet types in NFL. The Money line is simply the odds that bookmaker sets for either team to win a game. All the Money Line requires is for you to correctly pick the winner of the match. The Odds for an underdog will be much higher than betting against the spread so this is often a more popular betting proposition for the amateur punter.

First Touchdown Scorer

The First touchdown scorer market simple. You are able to bet on who will score the first touchdown of the game.

Half or Quarter Betting

Betting on inpidual halves or quarters of a game is quickly becoming a more popular bet type among punters. You are able to bet on the outcome of a quarter or half of the game, by betting on a team or the total points scored in that quarter.

Half-Time / Full-Time

This option allows you to bet on who you think will be leading the game at both halftime and fulltime. There are many possibilities that can occur in any match, particularly as a draw is an option.

Team A/Team A
Team A/Team B
Team A/Draw
Team B/Team B
Team B/Team A
Team B/Draw
Draw/Team A
Draw/Team B

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