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With football betting fully legal to do in New Zealand, there has not been a better time for sports betting enthusiasts to place a wager on the action that can be found within the sport.

Of course, many of the football seasons around Europe are starting to enter their final few weeks, with plenty still available for those to use 888 sign up bonus codes that they have or can find when searching for the best deals around.

Although the Premier League race appears to have already been decided, there are still key battles for the Top Four, as well as the relegation spots that should appeal to football fans in New Zealand.

Other European leagues such as Spain’s La Liga and France’s Ligue 1 look to be going down to the wire in regards to crowning a champion, whilst there is also plenty of top club action taking place in European competitions such as in the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League.

However, for those looking to bet on the action that is a little closer to home, Australia’s A-League is still in full swing, with a number of football clubs still competing at both ends of the table.

As mentioned, betting on the football in New Zealand is legal and is one of the easiest things to do when looking to further enhance any sports betting experiences that might already have been had.

It should, at this moment, be noted that whilst using a New Zealand-based online casino or sportsbook is illegal, those located overseas are permitted to be used legally and are often regulated, thus providing bettors with some safety and security.

There are a number of quality sportsbooks around that can be used, each with simple to use mobile betting apps or online platforms that take all the hard work out of enjoying the actual activity.

The only hard task that will be faced when placing a wager on the football is being able to correctly predict what might happen come the end of a fixture or season or trying to predict what might happen next in the game being watched.

Oh, and potentially the time difference, as a traditional Saturday 15:00 kick off in the UK is at 02:00 on Sunday night…

However, when the football is entertaining and it could be equally as rewarding, the late night might just be a little sacrifice a football betting fan will be willing to make.