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Football Index - A Revolution in Online Betting

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A Revolution in Online Betting

Football Index is the only platform in the world where traders can buy and sell shares in professional footballers with real money.

Big name stars such as Neymar, Lionel Messi and Mohamed Salah are among the most expensive players to buy because of their ability to win Media and Matchday Dividends for traders (more on that below). Futures prospects like Phil Foden, Goncalo Guedes and Marco Asensio are all available to buy, alongside hundreds of other footballers.

How does Football Index Work?

1) Buy low, sell high. Use your knowledge to buy players when you believe they are well priced, and sell when you think they have reached a ceiling. The platform allows you to buy 100 shares in a player per transaction, but the number of shares you can buy in a single player is unlimited.

2) Media Dividends. Each day Football INDEX aggregates 25 of the top UK football newsfeeds, and dividends are paid out to traders who own shares in the number one trending player. Media Dividends pay out 365 days a year, and when there's no football on, Football Index pays three places.

3) Matchday Dividends. Each matchday across the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, Champions League and Europa League, Football Index pays out dividends to traders who own shares in players who finish top in their position based on Opta performance stats.

Over 170,000 people have signed up to play Football Index, with that number set to rise further as the platform becomes available in new territories.

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About Football Index

Fully licenced by the UK Gambling Commission, the platform provides customers with an exciting alternative to the traditional and overly crowded sports betting markets. The first of its kind, Football Index is revolutionary in offering customers a chance to bet on the future success of football players, rather than gambling on the short-lived outcome of football matches. Launched in 2015, the platform operates with all the characteristics of a stockmarket, with traders buying units of footballers (known as 'Football Shares'), building their football portfolios and trying to sell at a profit.