Created in 2010 as a simple Facebook page, ‘Footy Accumulators’ has since developed into becoming the UK’s Largest Sports Betting Community. When we launched there was nobody doing anything on Facebook or Twitter about Sports Betting. (If you think otherwise we’ll fight you).
So from just starting off as a page between mates, we’ve have grown into the most recognised Sports Betting Community on Social Media.
— Ibrahim (@butler1987_) December 22, 2016
Originally created in Uni Hall’s up in the North of England, the brand has been built on the engagement of its followers. The Saturday morning selection, bacon butties, away days, Weatherspoon sessions and a slip on the side. We get a lot of content sent into us which we try our best to share amongst the people.
— Sam Watchorn (@samwatchorn) January 24, 2017
The ‘Footy Accumulators’ Brand has now grown to a 1,000,000+ community of gambling enthusiasts purely down to the bets & banter approach. We’re not a hardcore tipping service, more of a casual ‘Here’s our bets, whats yours?’ but there’s been a few bets won over the past five years, The Famous 50/1 GG & The Requestabet Winners (which you can read more about here) have shown that a community of followers can hurt bookmakers pockets every now and then!
@FootyAccums Neymar looks like the prick at the top of the water slide who tells you when it's your turn to go
— Dean Moore (@e_mericana) April 26, 2015
Verified on Facebook & Twitter, the Footy Accumulators brand isn’t just BETS, BETS, BETS. Back in 2013 the company got involved with a fundraising appeal to save one of the oldest teams in the Football League – Kettering Town. Who later went on to win their division. If you have a cause you feel Footy Accumulators or the TeamFA brand can help with do get in touch!
We’ve also ran ‘Get Your Tips Out’ promotions in the early days where models would give their opinion on the weekend fixtures whilst posing in next to nothing. After realising that some of our followers were dirty perverts and it certainly wasn’t inline with the Gambling Commissions rules we dropped it. Breast In Peace.
Who knows, in the future we might do a Paul Scholes and bring it back out of retirement…