Geelong Betting Tips, Odds & Latest News

Formed in 1859 is the Geelong Football Club which is the second oldest club in the AFL and following a long premiership drought since 1963, have become one of the more succesful sides over the last fifteen years.

With nine premierships overall in the AFL/VFL era and a long list of champion players, Geelong are the only Victorian club that are based outside of Melbourne and with that, have a big home ground advantage when playing in Geelong.

Geelong History


Being based outside of Melbourne, Geelong are of the remaining AFL Clubs with a true local feel in a one team town and with a population in excess of 250,000, they have good numbers to pull from.

Playing and training from Kardinia Park (GMHBA for naming rights), Geelong has one of the strongest home ground advantages in the AFL where in their prime years (2008 to 2011), they enjoyed an incredible 29 game winning streak when playing at home.

Following a still mostly competitive stretch without getting the ultimate reward, 2007 ended a 44 year premiership drought for Geelong following a dominant home and away season which culminated in them winning the grand final by a whopping 119 points over Port Adelaide.

They weren't finished there, however where despite going down as heavy favourites in the 2008 grand final, they rebounded to win the title again in 2009 and later, in 2011 also when denying Collingwood back-to-back flags.

With an amazing modern day record which includes 10 top 4 finishes since 2007 and with only one missed finals series in that time, Geelong have been extremely successful and despite losing star midfielder in Tim Kelly, bookmakers certainly aren't dismissing the Cats.

Geelong are $13.00 to win the 2020 AFL:Premiership and $3.00 to finish in the Top 4 with Bet365

Geelong Live Streaming


Geelong supporters that want to live stream Cats games can do so by signing up with Kayo Sports. Kayo has streaming rights to the AFL, which includes all Geelong games in the 2020 season. 

BetEasy customers are able to get a three month free trial of Kayo Sports if they are not an existing subscriber. This offer ends on March 31, 2020.


Geelong Betting Odds


There are several methods you can use to stay up to date with the latest Geelong betting odds, like checking with the bookmaker accounts you have to see which one offers the best markets. 

Geelong Bonus Bets


Due to Australian legalisation online bookmakers are unable to offer Geelong bonus bets to their customers. 

Most bookmakers do offer money back and bonus bet deals on games throughout the season which can generate you bonus bets, so keep an eye with your bookie to see what deals are in place.

Geelong Fixtures


This season's draw for Geelong has been sorted .

The 2020 fixture for Geelong can be found by clicking here.

Geelong Results


To keep up to date with the latest Geelong results your best bet is to visit either their official website or the AFL's.



Geelong Team News


It is important to know who's named in the final 22 for the Cats. A key out or a big-name such as Patrick Dangerfield or Tom Hawkins being unavailable could be the difference between you getting a winning dividend and your best Geelong bet going down.

Our previews on Geelong will always include the full named squad leading into a match so you'll have all the relevant team information.

Geelong Bet of the Day


For our Geelong bet of the day visit our match preview hub to get our best Geelong bets and other wagers including the Cats.

Geelong News


https://www.geelongcats.com.au/ is your go to website for all news and relevant information regarding the Geelong Football Club.

bets.com.au will have all the relevant wagering news and odds for Geelong.


Geelong Trade Rumours 


The https://www.afl.com.au/ website covers most trade rumours, including Geelong's.

Popular AFL journalists such as Mark Robinson and Mark Stevens are at least two to follow on twitter who are generally correct with their information.


Geelong Social Media


You can find the official Geelong social media channels by:


#WeAreGeelong is a popular hashtag for all Geelong related scores, news and updates on social media.
             

Geelong FAQ

Who is the coach of Geelong?

Chris Scott is the coach of Geelong.

He's been in this role since the start of 2011.

Who is the captain of Geelong?

Joel Selwood is the captain of Geelong.

He took over the captaincy from Cameron Ling prior to the 2012 season.

How many premierships have Geelong won?

In the VFL/AFL, Geelong have won 9 premierships.

The last of these came in 2011.

Where do Geelong play their home games?

With recent redevelopments enhancing Kardina Park's seating capacity, Geelong play most of their home games at GMHBA stadium in Geelong.

This doesn't include when they play the bigger Melbourne-based clubs and they use the MCG when that happens.

Who was the last Geelong Brownlow Medalist?

Patrick Dangerfield was the last Geelong player to win a Brownlow Medal (2016).

Prior to him, Gary Ablett Jr. won the Brownlow Medal in 2009.

Who has kicked the most goals for Geelong?

Gary Ablett Snr has kicked the most goals for Geelong.

He notched up an incredible tally of 1,021 goals from 248 games for the Cats.