Coral Review

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Coral Review

Coral is yet another online bookmaker that can claim a history steeped in tradition. Originally a trackside bookmaking business started by Joe Coral in 1926, Joe was quick to jump aboard the opportunities opened up by the legalisation of high street betting shops in the UK in 1961, opening his first shop that same year. Becoming a major name in the business, Coral has maintained a huge chain of retail betting shops and (since its merger with another heavyweight, Ladbrokes, in 2016) has a foothold in over 3,500 high street locations as the Ladbrokes Coral Group.

Coral entered cyberspace in 1999 by acquiring the pioneering Eurobet operation, and has since thrived on the Web to become a one-stop shop for online sports betting, poker, casino, lottery and bingo gaming for hundred of thousands of customers worldwide. Like many of the best online bookmakers, Coral’s interactive services are operated from Gibraltar and the company complies with the strict licencing requirements of both that territory and the UK Gambling Commission.

Welcome Bonus & Promotions

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Betting Markets

Coral has many sports sections covering most sporting events that are happening around the globe 24/7.

Coral odds are renowned as being some of the most competitive in the industry.

Coral Stats and Form
Coral provides a comprehensive stats service.

Extras & Features

Coral Cash Out & Partial Cash Out
See Coral site for details on Coral Cash Out & Partial Cash Out.

Coral In-play Betting
See Coral site for details on Coral In-play Betting.

Coral Live Streaming
See Coral site for details on Coral Live Streaming.

Layout & Usability

Considering that Ladbrokes and Coral are now merged companies, it has to be said that Ladbrokes could learn a thing or two from Coral when it comes to appealing site design for its online sportsbook. Coral’s site isn’t necessarily unique in how it marshals its content, but the look and feel is very easy on the eye and we rather enjoyed tooling around the various categories exploring the markets on offer. The whole shebang feels very intuitive to use, with bets easily compiled and edited on the on-screen Bet Slip ahead of staking decisions and confirmation of those bets. A separate In-Play tab on the navigation is a useful concentration of these popular bets and good use of colour helps easily signal movements in current odds, which we heartily approve of.

We also instantly took to its MultiView option that let’s you compile a bespoke view of any combination of in-play markets you want to monitor in closer detail. This is excellent and a feature we can see being copied by Coral’s rivals in the not too distant future.

Supporting content in the form of detailed stats, tips plus live stream audio and video is very well covered by Coral sportsbook, and really underlines that this online bookmaker comes from a tradition of retail betting that understands the value of these things, particularly with old skool punters migrating to online services for the first time.

Mobile & Tablet

Coral offers an iOS app and an Android app but it’s just as easy to play on your Smartphone’s browser. You can watch your favourite sports live on iPhone, iPad & Android.

Payment Methods

Coral offers a huge range of deposit and withdrawal options.

Customer Support

Coral offers excellent 24/7 support, 7 days a week. Bet365 uses Chat, Email, Web Message, Phone (plus phone betting) and Post.


Coral undoubtedly ranks as one of the best online sportsbooks we’ve reviewed. It’s comprehensive, intuitive to use and lets you explore an extended range of betting products with the one player account should you fancy bunging a bit of bingo or slice of slots into your sporting life. Like the magnificent undersea reefs that share its name, Coral is a beautiful thing and well worth diving in to experience for yourself.