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Soccerstato Review

Soccerstato is a database presented by FTS Income that supplies users with statistics and odds on footballing events.

What does the product offer?

Soccerstato is compiled data about football teams and statistics that is brought together into an expansive database for convenient access. FTS Income claim that the Soccerstato database currently covers over 3,500 teams playing in 480 leagues and 81 countries. These come together to produce over 900 statistics per event according to FTS Income.

How does the product work?

The product claims to give bettors an edge when betting on football matches by allowing them access to the knowledge to make an informed decision. The statistics cover a variety of different aspects such as correct score, goals and streaks. The core idea behind Soccerstato is that you can use this information on Betfair trading markets to generate revenue. As well as the statistics FTS Income provide a few betting systems to start you off.

What is the initial investment?

Soccerstato costs £279 for an initial license that lasts 6 months. After this period you can expect to pay £30 per month. There is a 14 day free trial in place but there is no mention of a money back guarantee so it seems reasonable to assume there isn’t anything like this in place.

What is the rate of return?

FTS Income say that they are first and foremost about educating people and this is evident in the package. Soccerstato is designed to inform users and help them in making a decision and because of this there aren’t any monetised results.


Soccerstato is something new to the market and certainly has a lot of potential to help in developing a betting system. It definitely seems to be something that is that can be used to create a long term system or betting. The lack of solid tips may not suit all bettors but really I think the biggest problem with Soccerstato is the cost. It is far from cheap coming in at a little shy of £500 for a year which is a lot to pay, even with the betting systems already in place.



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From: Simon Roberts