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William Hill Golden Goal – Get Paid Out As A Winner When Your Team Score First And They Lose or Draw

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william hill golden goalGolden Goal is a form of bet insurance, if you back a match winner in the selected fixture and your team score the first goal but then go on to lose or draw William Hill will pay you out as a winner, in cash, up to £25 per match.

The offer is open for all William Hill account holders, new and existing, and applies to the pre-match 90 minute match result market.

If you qualify for the promotion you will be paid out in real cash by midday the day following the golden goal match

Cashed in bets will not count but you can use a free bet and still qualify, of course the free token stake would not be returned but winnings will be given in cash.

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Fixtures are announced in advance and will include major matches from the Premier League, FA Cup, Champions League along with other major English Leagues and cups and on occasion league matches from abroad or international competition and friendly games.

Latest Golden Goal Fixture

 West Ham v Crystal Palace: (17:30, Saturday 5th October) Premier League


There are no minimum or maximum stake amounts or minimum odds requirements, the only restriction is the £25 max payout if your teams draws or loses.

Retail and phone bets will not qualify, only those placed online via the desktop site or mobile app are applicable.  In-play bets will not count, only your first pre-match win bet on the 90 minute market.

A copy of the significant terms can be found below and a full copy of the conditions can be found on the William Hill site.  Player and currency restrictions may apply.  You of course must be over 18 and should always gamble responsibly.

If you want to find out more about the bookie first you can read our William Hill review, if you don’t yet have an account there is also a welcome offer available, which you can find more about in the review.

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