Coral Sports Review
- Great looking site and app
- Huge range of betting features
- Trusted, established brand
- Pricing can be iffy with lower-profile sports
- No search function on desktop site
There are few brands more synonymous to the betting industry than Coral. They’ve been about since 1926 and have come a long way since working on the racecourses throughout London and the South of England.
Even though they are best known for their work in the sports betting sector, and this is what we are looking at today, they offer a wide range of gambling products, including casino, poker and bingo.
The merger with Ladbrokes to form “Ladbrokes Coral” and then another takeover in 2018 with GVC Holdings, now values the brand at over £5 Billion and one of the biggest in the world.
As you would expect from a company the size of Coral, they are very active when it comes to sponsorship of both competitions and sports teams. Their most recent has been to become official betting partner of Fulham FC, along with tournament sponsor of the Coral World Grand Prix (Snooker), Coral Tour Championship (Snooker), Coral Cup (Horse Racing), Coral Sprint Trophy (Horse Racing) and the Coral Scottish Grand National, to name but a few.