Falkirk Main Street

Here you can find local details for the Betfred betting shop in Falkirk on Main Street. We’ve got the opening hours as well as the location and services available here.

Betfred Falkirk Main Street Map Listing

Below is the map listing which shows where the betting shop is located so you can easily find it and visit. They offer a selection of betting markets and odds for you to choose from.

Address – 270 Main St, Camelon, Falkirk FK1 4EG

Website – See Details Below

Phone – 0800 032 0878

Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card

Betfred Falkirk Main Street Opening Hours

Have a look at the opening times for this shop below to see when it’s available to visit. It’s open 7 days of the week from 8:30am so you can go and bet on any sports or events.

  • Monday 8:30am–9:30pm
  • Tuesday 8:30am–9:30pm
  • Wednesday 8:30am–9:30pm
  • Thursday 8:30am–9:30pm
  • Friday 8:30am–9:30pm
  • Saturday 8:30am–9:30pm
  • Sunday 9:30am–10pm

It is located near to many other shops and local businesses in the town centre so feel free to go and bet on the latest sports. You can also visit Betfred sport online for more betting options.

About Betfred Falkirk Main Street

Betfred is a licensed Betting Shop located at 270 Main St, Camelon, Falkirk FK1 4EG.

The Betting Shop is operated by Done Brothers (Cash Betting) Limited (#1058) trading as Betfred, based at Done Bros (cash Betting) Ltd, 56-58 Benson Road, Birchwood, WARRINGTON WA3 7PQ.

The license status: Grant by Falkirk Council.

More About Falkirk

Falkirk is a large town in the Central Lowlands of Scotland, historically within the county of Stirlingshire. It lies in the Forth Valley, 23.3 miles (37.5 km) north-west of Edinburgh and 20.5 miles (33.0 km) north-east of Glasgow.

Falkirk had a resident population of 32,422 at the 2001 UK Census. The population of the town had risen to 34,570 according to a 2008 estimate, making it the 20th most populous settlement in Scotland. Falkirk is the main town and administrative centre of the Falkirk council area, which has an overall population of 156,800 and inholds the nearby towns of Grangemouth, Bo’ness, Denny, Larbert and Stenhousemuir.

Attractions in and around Falkirk include the Falkirk Wheel, The Helix, The Kelpies, Callendar House and Park and remnants of the Antonine Wall. In a 2011 poll conducted by STV, it was voted as Scotland’s most beautiful town, ahead of Perth and Stirling in second and third place respectively.

Sport in Falkirk

Falkirk F.C. was founded in 1876 and was elected to compete in the Scottish Football League in 1902. The club’s highest ranking came in the 1907–08 season and once again in 1909–10 when the club finished runners-up of Division One, the country’s top football division, losing out to Celtic F.C. on both occasions.

Falkirk Rugby Club can trace their roots to 1906 when F.R.F.C. was first formed. It was disbanded at the start of World War 1. In 1972 the club was resurrected when the works team from ICI Grangemouth decided to become “open” and looked for a new home. They initially played at Stirling Road playing fields before building their clubhouse at the present site at Sunnyside in 1981.

Falkirk also has a Hockey team, Falkirk GHG Hockey Club, which was formed from the merger of Graeme High School Former Pupils Hockey Club and Grangemouth Hockey Club in 1999. It now has four men’s teams which play in various leagues, with their first team playing in the national league. Check out our hockey betting tips to learn more about bets for this sport.