Sunderland Football Betting News

Sunderland Betting News

Big Sam set for England job Big Sam set for England job
The bookies have installed Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce as the clear favourite for the England managers job, for which he can be founds odds on across the board.

Published : 13/07/16 13:42 PM


Sunderland 5/4 to avoid relegation Sunderland 5/4 to avoid relegation
Black Cats prove unlucky for Chelsea

Published : 20/04/14 11:40 AM


Struggling Palace 7/5 for relegation Struggling Palace 7/5 for relegation
Sunderland EVENS to remain in bottom three

Published : 23/03/14 11:10 AM


In form Johnson 6/1 for World Cup call In form Johnson 6/1 for World Cup call
Andy Carroll available at 4/1 to be on the plane

Published : 05/02/14 10:23 AM


Resurgent Palace odds-against to stay up Resurgent Palace odds-against to stay up
Palace remain favourites to finish bottom

Published : 27/12/13 12:18 PM


Bottom of the table Sunderland 11/2 to finish there Bottom of the table Sunderland 11/2 to finish there
Palace still favourites to prop up Premier League

Published : 04/12/13 07:20 AM


Sunderland EVENS to be relegated Sunderland EVENS to be relegated
Bottom of the table and managerless club in sever trouble

Published : 07/10/13 07:29 AM


Odds on Poyet to Sunderland dramatically cut Odds on Poyet to Sunderland dramatically cut
Uruguayan looks set for Stadium of Light job

Published : 25/09/13 06:59 AM


Di Matteo clear favourite for Sunderland job Di Matteo clear favourite for Sunderland job
McLeish and Poyet his nearest contenders

Published : 23/09/13 06:29 AM


Di Canio favourite to be first to leave post Di Canio favourite to be first to leave post
Slow start for Sunderland could cost Italian

Published : 12/09/13 07:05 AM



Manager: David Moyes

Full Name: Sunderland Association Football Club

Nickname: The Black Cats

Stadium: Stadium of LIght

Capacity: 49,000

Owner: Ellis Short

Chairman: Ellis Short

Sunderland Betting Info

There seems to be a revolving door of manager's at the Stadium of Light with first and foremost the brief of keeping the club in the Premier Leauge. Former Manchester United boss David Moyes is the latest man to try his luck as he looks to re-build his own reputation.

In the most recent past Sunderland betting has unsurprisingly tended to revolve mainly around whether or not the club will avoid relegation in the Premier League. Cup runs have also been few and far between for the Black Cats, their most recent foray into the latters stages resulted in a semi-final defeat to Millwall back in 2004.

Sunderland have twice won the FA Cup, first back in 1937 then again in 1973 with a famous victory over Don Revie’s Leeds United. The Wearsiders have been crowned champions of English football six times in their history but the most recent was way back in 1936.