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The Footy Genius Review

The Footy Genius is an email based football betting service provided by a currently unnamed tipster.

What does the product offer?

The Footy Genius provides users with selections for football games from the UK and also across Europe. Selections are not a daily thing but are available most days. The Footy Genius has made 132 in the last month of which have achieved a strike rate of 48.48%. The Footy Genius selections see to be a balanced lot with the service not just having an almost 50% strike rate, but also a winning streak of eight bets and a losing streak of seven.

How does the product work?

The tipster behind The Footy Genius says that the service is built predominantly around a significant amount of research (more we are assured, than most tipster services). The Footy Genius also uses different bet types including doubles, trebles and accumulators in order to maximise the profitability.

What is the initial investment?

The Footy Genius comes with a monthly or alternatively a season long subscription. At the time of writing only the monthly option is available on the The Footy Genius website for £25 per month. There is no mention of any money back guarantee being in place for The Footy Genius so I wouldn’t be reliant on it.

What is the rate of return?

There isn’t really any advertised rate of return available however a look over the results show that The Footy Genius has made £246.97 within the last month (using £10 stakes).


The Footy Genius is a pretty basic service and whilst results show a lot of promise this is a tipster service that seems to be very much in its infancy with results data only going back to 11/8/14. As I have said, in this time The Footy Genius has performed well and whilst this might be enough for those of you who don’t mind “taking a punt” however you may well be receiving a decent service for a very competitive price. Personally I would rather follow The Footy Genius’s results before ultimately making a decision but I am on the conservative side.



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From: Simon Roberts