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Where Can I Bet Premier League Football Online From Oregon?

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Aug/10/2019

Most of the US-facing online sportsbooks take bets on Premier League soccer from Oregon residents.  Popular stateside sportsbooks like Draftkings and FanDuel must adhere to strict regulation and cannot operate within the state at this time.


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Top Premier League Club in Oregon

Based on Premier League shirt sales, Manchester United has the biggest fan base in the state.

Indeed, Portland ranks number 4 on WalletHub's Best Soccer Cities in America utilizing more than 60 key metrics.  It ranks number one in terms of National Woman's League Soccer attendance. 

On average, Seattle fills its stadium about 65% "full" for a Sounders home game, according to NBC Sports. The Timbers do not have a the luxury of an NFL sized stadium, but fill Providence Park at about 96% capacity based on average numbers (attendance figures here, the capacity is 22,000).

From NBC Sports:

Would Portland fill a 68,000 seat stadium for an MLS soccer game? No, but it would be on par with Seattle's numbers easily. Especially considering the Timbers have a season ticket holder wait list that is well north of 10,000 people. Add that to the 21k average attendance and you're immediately in the 31-34k range without factoring in non-season ticket holders who would attend games if tickets were easier to get. Compare that to the reduced population size and you can easily argue Portland and Seattle would be even on attendance figures if the stadium situations were equal.

When you look at the whole picture: MLS, NWSL, College, Supporters, Championship, Ticket Sales & Attendance (relative to population sizes), and importance to the city... it's pretty obvious.

Odds for each team to win Premier League title

PLACE BETS HERE

Man City – 1/2
Liverpool – 5/2
Tottenham – 16/1
Man United – 40/1
Chelsea – 40/1
Arsenal – 40/1
Wolves – 200/1
Everton – 250/1
Leicester City – 250/1
West Ham United – 500/1
Aston Villa – 1000/1
Watford – 1000/1
Southampton – 1500/1
Newcastle – 1500/1
Crystal Palace – 1500/1
Bournemouth – 1500/1
Burnley – 2000/1
Brighton – 2000/1
Norwich – 2500/1
Sheffield United – 2500/1

Odds for relegation

Sheffield United – 8/11
Norwich City – 11/10
Brighton – 13/8
Burnley – 2/1
Newcastle – 2/1
Aston Villa – 9/4
Crystal Palace – 4/1
Bournemouth – 9/2
Southampton – 9/2
Watford – 11/2
West Ham – 14/1
Wolves – 25/1
Leicester – 28/1
Everton – 33/1
Arsenal – 500/1
Chelsea – 500/1
Man United – 750/1
Tottenham – 1000/1
Liverpool – 2500/1
Manchester City – 2500/1

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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