On this page, you can find information about the Coral betting shop at Bedford Place in Southampton including contact information and opening hours.
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Coral Bedford Place Southampton Map Listing
Here is a map showing where the shop is located so you can find it easily if you want to visit and place a bet on your favourite sports. The brand offers horse race betting as well as many other sporting events.
Address – 11-13 Bedford Place, City Centre, Southampton
Website – See Details Below
Phone – 0800 169 0299
Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card
Here are some photos of the shop itself so you can see where exactly it is located on this high street. It is close to many other local amenities including shops and restaurants.
Coral 11-13 Bedford Place Southampton Opening Times
We don’t have the exact opening times for this branch of Coral but it is open 7 days a week and we would recommend contacting the store directly to find out when they open. You could also try betting online instead, check out our list of mobile compatible sites here to find the latest offers.
About Coral 11-13 Bedford Place Southampton
Coral Racing Ltd is a licensed betting shop located at 11-13 Bedford place in Southampton.
The Betting Shop is operated by Coral Racing Limited (#2360) trading as Coral, based at Gala Coral Group Ltd, New Castle House, Castle Boulevard, NOTTINGHAM NG7 1FT.
More About Southampton
Southampton is the largest city in the ceremonial county of Hampshire, England. It is 69 miles (111 km) south-west of London and 15 miles (24 km) west north-west of Portsmouth. Southampton is a major port and the closest city to the New Forest. It lies at the northernmost point of Southampton Water at the confluence of the Rivers Test and Itchen, with the River Hamble joining to the south of the urban area. The city, which is a unitary authority, has an estimated population of 253,651. The city’s name is sometimes abbreviated in writing to “So’ton” or “Soton”, and a resident of Southampton is called a Sotonian.
Significant employers in the city include Southampton City Council, the University of Southampton, Solent University, Southampton Airport, Ordnance Survey, BBC South, the NHS, ABP and Carnival UK. Southampton is noted for its association with the RMS Titanic, the Spitfire and more generally in the World War II narrative as one of the departure points for D-Day, and more recently as the home port of a number of the largest cruise ships in the world. Southampton has a large shopping centre and retail park, Westquay. In 2014, the city council approved a neighbouring followup Westquay South which opened in 2016–2017.
Sport in Southampton
The city is home to Southampton Football Club—nicknamed “The Saints”—the club plays in the Premier League at St Mary’s Stadium, having relocated in 2001 from their 103-year-old former stadium, “The Dell”. They reached the top flight of English football (First Division) for the first time in 1966, staying there for eight years. They lifted the FA Cup with a shock victory over Manchester United in 1976, returned to the top flight two years later, and stayed there for 27 years (becoming founder members of the Premier League in 1992) before they were relegated in 2005. The club was promoted back to the Premier League in 2012 following a brief spell in the third tier and severe financial difficulties.
Hampshire County Cricket Club play close to the city, at the Rose Bowl in West End, after previously playing at the County Cricket Ground and the Antelope Ground, both near the city centre. There is also the Southampton Evening Cricket League. Visit our cricket betting page here to learn more about how to bet on the sport.
The city hockey club, Southampton Hockey Club, founded in 1938, is now one of the largest and highly regarded clubs in Hampshire, fielding 7 senior men’s and 5 senior ladies’ teams on a weekly basis along with boys’ and girls’ teams from 6 upwards.
The city is also well provided for in amateur men’s and women’s rugby with a number of teams in and around the city, the oldest of which is Trojans RFC who were promoted to London South West 2 division in 2008/9. A notable former player is Anthony Allen, who played with Leicester Tigers as a centre. Tottonians are also in London South West division 2 and Southampton RFC are in Hampshire division 1 in 2009/10, alongside Millbrook RFC and Eastleigh RFC. Many of the sides run mini and midi teams from under sevens up to under sixteens for both boys and girls.