Richmond Betting Tips, Odds & Latest News

Based adjacent to the Melbourne Cricket Ground at Punt Road is the Richmond Football Club which is the biggest club in the AFL with a massive 103,358 membership base.

Following a struggling period since a 1980 flag, Richmond upset the Adelaide Crows in the 2017 grand final and in 2019, demolished the GWS Giants to take out the 2019 title.

Richmond History


Founded in 1885 and making their first grand final in 1919, Richmond tasted premiership success in 1920 which was the first of twelve flags overall in the VFL/AFL competition.

The Tom Hafey era started a strong period for the Tigers where under the master old school coach, they notched up four flags under his tutelage with Royce Hart, Francis Bourke, Dale Weightman and Kevin Bartlett some of the champion players in that 1970's and early 1980's period.

Even with a few slight promises of hope to tease the large supporter base in the 1990's and most of the 2000's with great players in Matthew Knights and then Matthew Richardson spearheading many of their wins, Richmond were mostly disappointing in the modern era.

This did continue that trend under coach Damian Hardwick's first half a dozen years in charge of Richmond before somewhat suprisingly, exploded in the back half of 2017 to storm through the entire the finals series which culminated in a grand final victory over the Adelaide Crows.

The Tigers proved they were no one-hit wonder where following a preliminary final loss as a heavy favourite to Collingwood in 2018, responded with a 2019 flag which was certainly a tough one to achieve after having many players unavailable in the first half of the home and away season.

Richmond are the early favourites to defend their crown in 2020 where they're $4 to win the premiership with PlayUp and $1.57 to make the top four.

Richmond Live Streaming


Richmond supporters that want to live stream Tigers games can do so by signing up with Kayo Sports. Kayo has streaming rights to the AFL, which includes all Richmond 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.


Richmond Betting Odds


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

Richmond Bonus Bets


Due to Australian legalisation online bookmakers are unable to offer Richmond 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.

Richmond Fixtures


Richmond supporters can now view their upcoming schedule.

The entire 2020 fixture for Richmond can be found by clicking here.

Richmond Results


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



Richmond Team News


It's always important to know who's named in the final 22. A key out or a big-name such as Dustin Martin or Jack Riewoldt being unavailable could be the difference between you getting a winning dividend and your best Richmond bet going down.

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

Richmond Bet of the Day


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

Richmond News


https://www.richmondfc.com.au/ is the website to visit for all news and relevant information like injury lists in relation to Richmond.

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


Richmond Trade Rumours 


The https://www.afl.com.au/ website covers most trade rumours, including those for Richmond.

Twitter can also be used for this.

Richmond Social Media


The official Richmond social media channels can be found by:


#gotiges is popular on twitter and instagram for all up to date Richmond scores and news.
             

Richmond FAQ

Who's the coach of Richmond?

Damian Hardwick is the coach of Richmond.

He begun this role since 2010 and has coached 2 premierships.

Who's the captain of Richmond?

Trent Cotchin is the captain of Richmond.

He's been the leader of the Tigers since 2013.

Who's played the most games for Richmond?

With 403, Kevin Bartlett has played the most games for Richmond.

Jack Dyer is second on this list with 312.

How many premierships have Richmond won?

Richmond have won 12 premierships in the VFL/AFL.

The last of them came in 2019 when they defeated the GWS Giants.

Who's kicked the most goals for Richmond?

With 970, Jack Titus has kicked the most goals for Richmond.

Matthew Richardson is second on this list with 800.

Who's polled the most Brownlow Medal votes for Richmond?

Current superstar Dustin has polled 176 Bronlow votes in his career, which is the most for any Richmond player.

He won the Brownlow Medal in 2017.

How many members do Richmond have?

Richmond had 103,358 members in 2019 which was the most of any club.

They created history in 2018 when becoming the first club to reach 100,000 members.

                                       
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