The Best Football Tipping Service

"What's the best football tipping service?" is a question I get asked at least three times a week in the main football season months. And no wonder. There's literally hundreds of systems and services claiming to be good, great, or the best. I've reviewed some here on Geegeez and there are a few that I really like. And scores that I don't.

But today I want to tell you about a guy who eats, sleeps and breathes football stats. There's no question he can readily outstat Statto. The man's like a walking Carling Opta database!

He's been providing football tips for various high charging services for a good few years now, and he came to one of my training workshops last year. And now he's recently launched his own service. Not before time! [I've been urging him to do this for about twelve months now...]

Anyway, to tell you a bit about this 'football brain', and his service, he and I hooked up on a telephone call, and I recorded the whole thing so you can get the story straight from the horse's mouth. Just click the link below:

Footy Plans Interview with Geegeez

If you don't want to listen to the audio (or have problems with it - you'll need something called Quicktime installed on your computer), you can read below for a summary of this brilliant football tipping service.

The Service

Footyplans, as the service is known, is delivered via email straight to your inbox. You'll receive an email like the one below each day there's a bet:

Example email from Footyplans

Example email from Footyplans

As well as an email before the matches (usually the night before), Kevin also sends an email after the matches with a summary of actual performance against expected performance.


The summary results are thus:

Your first 30 days for just £1

Last season in test, the service turned a 50 point £5,000 bank (i.e. £100 a point) into over £20,000. Even betting a tenner per bet would have netted you over two grand last season.

This season, since go live, the bank is already up 25%, and the service is only really hitting stride now. In real terms, a bank of £5,000 is already at £6,245. Or put another way, if you'd signed up for the season and were only betting a tenner per tip, you'd have already more than paid for your subscription.

All results are updated on the Footyplans results page here.

What's the Cost?

Somewhat remarkably for a service with a proven track record, such as Footyplans, the cost is accessible to anybody who wants to get involved. You can elect to sign up on a monthly basis, or for the full season. Naturally enough, if you go for the full season, you'll be instantly rewarded with a tidy discount.

The monthly cost is just £19, which is about 25p per tip! If you elect for the full season, to mid-May, you will make a one off payment of £99. So that's seven and a half months for the price of five.

You can sign up here.

What if I don't like it?

Kevin has been around the block, and he hates the crooks and scumbags as much as I do. As such, he's prepared to give you a full 30 days to try the service out. If you don't like it, for whatever reason, just send him an email - he usually replies within a couple of hours - and he'll sort you out. No problem.

He's (quite rightly) both proud of, and confident in, his statistically-rich and proven football betting service, and he's prepared to put that pride and confidence where his mouth is to offer that unequivocal guarantee.

My advice is that you use at least some of that period to paper trade - to see if the service is for you. Once you're happy that it is, get your bank together and kick on. If you're not, let Kevin know and he'll do the necessary.

What's the catch?

No catch. You go to this page to sign up (or from there have a look around the site to make sure you've got all the info you need), then you'll start getting emails with the tips in them.

Actually, there is a very slight catch. And it's this. Kevin is new to running his own service (even though he's an old hand at providing tips for other people's services), and he's a little uncertain about the admin side of things. So he's restricting access to a hundred spots.

As always with Geegeez, when I say or promote a service that says that, it's not hype. It's the way it is for the reasons outlined. Now Kevin might open up again later on, when he's happy he can deal with the enquiries etc. But if you want to get in from (almost) the start, now is the time.



In summary, I've known Kevin for a couple of years. He's done lay system trials and reviews on the Geegeez blog; he's attended one of my seminars; and, I've been receiving his tips (through other people's services) for over a year.

Kevin is a genuine bloke - a Yorkshireman born and bred - and he's totally focused on his football. And he's bloody good at it.

He's offering Geegeez readers 'first dibs' to get his tips, and he's capping it at 100 subscribers.

Kevin is retired and makes his money from betting football. And he guarantees you can make money from betting football too... though not the retirement bit! 😉

This is quite simply the best football tipping service I've seen. I've been following his advice, and I strongly recommend you do likewise.

Be one of the 'happy hundred' by signing up here.

Your first 30 days for just £1
14 replies
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    Gordon Mills says:

    Hi Matt

    I heard the audio presentation with yourself and Kevin, and must say how I admired the way you teased the info from Kevin who was prone to waffle a bit:

    To be fair to Kevin, I guess it must be really difficult to explain such a complex method of selecting the teams on which to place your hard earned, and then try to get it accross to the general public in such a way that they are not left dribbling down their chins in utter frustration:

    Without your teasing Matt, I doubt Kevin would ever have got through it all in one piece:

    I am still not sure if I soaked up all the info but what I did soak up was the honest down to earth delivery, which is good enough for me:

    Power To Your Arm Matt:

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    liam ormond says:

    i would like a free trial . i am not parting with money till i see its is worth it

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    John says:

    Hi Matt,
    The last Football site advised by you was a total diaster, (Fanntasticfootball )Lost money hand over fist laying teams!!!This merry go round of handing out and back slapping each others tipping methods is beginning to wear me down, and to be honest does nothing at all for all the good work Gavin and yourself have put into ”us” your clients over the years!!!

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      Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi John

      Of course, you’re right that Fannetastic football has been disappointing to date, and without the aid of a crystal ball it’s inevitable that some of the suggestions I make will fall flatter than hoped / expected.

      However, you’ve been reading my gubbins for long enough to know that I’d never do anything other than mention services which I honestly believe are the best out there.

      In the case of Fannetastic football, you may also recall that I received nothing by way of recompense in exchange for that, and also that no money was required up front. In other words, it was the absolutely perfect opportunity to paper trade the service before buying in.

      It’s fine for you to apportion blame to me for that if you’d like, but I politely suggest you look a little closer to home.

      As always,
      Best Regards,

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      Matt Bisogno says:

      Being a diehard Vale fan, you might be slightly biased Tim… 😉

      Hope you’re well mate.


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    Arthur says:

    It often surprises me how people criticise “terrible” systems. I read someone this week grumbling about a laying system that had lost a thousand (!) points in a month. Can you imagine a better backing system? I joined the service immediately.

    I always paper trade new ideas and/or use extremely small stakes. I’ve subscribed to a baseball tipster’s services this season and faded them (is that the right term? It used to be in the financial industyr, when I worked there) throughout, and it’s been great. A wild ride on occasion, but great fun and mostly profitable. He got 9 out of 10 wrong one night, and I cracked open the champers! (I don’t know what I’d have done if he’d hit the 10, but it was close!)

    The worst system is one that wins or loses a tiny amount. Then, whatever you do, you’ll get eaten up by the cost of the system, the bookies’ natural advantage, or Betfair’s commission. IMHO, most of the systems out there fall into this category, but there are exceptions.

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    David Bowles says:

    I have also been following the Fantastic Football site and am fascinated at the various worksheets that are freely given.I think it is fair to say that the manager of the site is still experimenting and it is nice to be in on his various staking ideas etc.

    Of course I have only been paper trading but come the day one of his systems takes off it will be nice to be in at the beginning.

    Its a bit like buying shares in a small oil exploration company at 25 pence a share and waking up in the morning to find the company has discovered a very large oil reserve and each of your shares are now worth £50 a share.

    I now quote an exerpt from a brilliant book called “Aigainst the Odds”

    “Some psychologists would say that your self-esteem and to a lesser extent your happiness,are in direct proportion to your willingness to take risks.

    If you have dared to reach out and touch your dreams then you can have no regrets and this is a most enviable state”.


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      Matt Bisogno says:

      Great quote David, and I absolutely agree. Better to have loved and lost, and all that.

      Hope you’re keeping well.


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    john says:

    Hi Matt,
    I bought the footyplans tipping service last wed/thur and have not recd an acknowledgment. Is there anyone there?—–john

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    Mike says:

    I tried to subscribe to footy plans and got no reply.
    Then you said it was having problems with the site and would reopen.
    Now you say it’s fully booked up.
    What are you supposed to do.

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    mike says:

    I tried too and the paypal system did not operate , now it is full subscribed! Not impressed at all.

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      Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi Mike

      Before I get bogged down with similar statements, what did you do when you had a problem with PayPal? If you contacted Kevin (or me!) you’d have been on a list that enabled you to get Footyplans.

      If you waited and did nothing, then you wouldn’t have. Sorry. You might know by now that when I say something is limited, that’s what I mean. These things pretty much always sell out in a day.

      Again, sorry.

      p.s. I know Kevin is looking to see what, if any, impact on prices the current membership is having. He’s keen to offer to more people as long as the odds are not affected. To that end, at the start of November, he may re-open.

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