How you can bet on title-challenging Maidstone United on your mobile
The 2021/22 National League South season may still be in its infancy with just a handful of games played but lovers of the beautiful game in Kent have reason to be optimistic. Maidstone United, the playing pride from Kent’s largest town, have started the campaign well, exploding out of the traps. That early success is a welcome change for the team’s hardy band of followers who watched the Stones suffer a curtailed season due to the coronavirus outbreak and resulting lockdowns.
How far can Maidstone United go this season? Are they good enough to build on that strong start and challenge the likes of Dartford, Concord Rangers and Oxford City for promotion or even the league title. Only time will tell but the club managed by former Barnet midfielder Hakan Hayrettin are certainly heading in the right direction and have a solid foundation on which to build their challenge.
Maidstone United fans can make their predictions and bet on the club in one of the many exciting betting markets offered by online sports betting apps. These include to win the National League South, to finish in the promotion places or even just to win their next match.
In this article, we explain in a bit more detail the different ways you can bet on Maidstone United and how you can use your mobile to gamble when on the move, ensuring you never miss the best odds offered by your bookie.
How to create an account
All leading bookmakers accept bets on Non League football and offer outright markets and over 100 options on each fixture. You can browse the different bookies and pick the one that best suits your needs as a bettor but to place a bet on the action you must have a registered account. You can do this in a matter of minutes and you must complete the process only once. In future, you can access your account using your username and password.
Follow the steps below to create an account with a legal and licensed online bookie. The procedure is the same for all major bookies.
- Visit the homepage of your sportsbook and click the register button
- Fill in the registration form, providing all necessary information
- Create a memorable but secure username and password
- Confirm your account and you’ll be registered
- Download the sportsbook mobile app to your Android or iOS
Most betting firms offer new customers a welcome bonus when you sign up and place your first bet. These come in many different shapes and sizes but the most popular at present is the deposit matched free bet. With this deal, you earn a free bet that is equal in value to your first deposit and gamble on sports.
How to bet on outright markets
Now that you have your account registered and a welcome bonus in the bank, it’s time to bet on Maidstone. You can play the outright markets, including to win the National League South, to gain promotion, be relegated, top goalscorer, match bets and more. There’s something for every type of bettor at the top bookies, and you’ll find something to catch your eye.
The attraction of an outright bet is it has the capability to give you a season-long interest. If you are gambling on Maidstone United to win the league, for example, you are checking up on every result and upcoming fixtures, not just for your selection but also the main rivals. Where will the chasing pack win, where will they drop points, will Maidstone capitalise?
The odds for outright winner are often generous, so you don’t need a big stake to enjoy a bet that could last many months.
The promotion bet is picking Maidstone to finish in one of the promotion places while the relegation betting is backing them to finish in one of the bottom relegation places.
How to bet on match markets
Each game Maidstone United play in, including the league and cups, allows you to gamble on the outcome. There are over 100 pre-game markets available, including match winner, both teams to score, handicap, first goalscorer and total goals.
In-play betting allows registered members to gamble on Maidstone United matches that have already kicked off. Many of the pre-match markets remain live in-play with the odds updated to reflect the score and flow of play.