Football Fever is a football tipster on the Tipster Street platform, which advises an average of 20 to 30 tips per month on a mixture of UK and international matches.
At the time of writing, Football Fever has amassed a profit of 35.85 points profit to advised stakes since the service went live on Tipster Street in May 2015.
The tips for the days matches are sent out each day via email between 9am and 11am.
Football Fever specifies an advised stake with each tip ranging from 1 point to a maximum of 3 points.
I started my trial of Football Fever on the 14th of October. I have extended this trial to a period of 3 months (as a pose to the usual 2) to get a larger sample of bets as the service only advises around 25 bets per month.
Below are my results.
All results are recorded to the best bookmaker odds available when the email was received, and at level stakes as a pose to the services advised stakes. This is to allow easy comparison between the results of this service and alternative services.
You can find details of how Football Fever would have performed with advised stakes in the stats below my results.
Football Fever Stats
Football Fever finished the trial with a small profit of 0.17 points to 1 point level stakes, and would have made a small loss of -3.22 point if betting at advised stakes.
Despite Football Fever not really making us any money during the trial period, the fact that the running bank was in the black for the majority of the trial is a positive sign.
How Much Does Football Fever Cost?
A subscription to Football Fever will cost you £2.49 for your first month. After that you have a few options.
Monthly – £9.95 per month
Quarterly – £19.95 every 3 months
Lifetime – £79.95 (one off payment)
Final Thoughts On Football Fever
Low margins are fairly typical when betting on football and Football Fever is no exception to this.
If you are just looking for a tipster who can help make you a decent profit from your betting, there are better options.
However, if you’re specifically looking for a football tipster to follow, Football Fever is relatively inexpensive and has been making small, consistent profits since May 2015.