We often get asked, do bets count in extra time. But the answer isn’t a definitive yes or no, as it depends on what kind of bets you place. But before we elaborate further, let’s just make sure we’re on the same page regarding the meaning of extra time.
All bets in football are accepted on the basis that they are for 90 minute betting and extra time does not count for settlement purposes unless it has been clearly stated within the market. Example: Team A beats Team B 2-1 after extra time in a cup game.
This means that for most bet types any goals, corners, free kicks, goal kicks or bookings that occur in extra time will not count towards your bet. Do I win my bet if it goes to extra time? League games cannot go to extra-time or penalties, so you don’t really need to pay attention to the 90-minute rule. But, the team you bet on in a cup match may win after extra-time and you would still lose your bet as the game was level after 90 minutes.
Yesterday I bet on Stoke City ML -180, match went into extra time tied 1-1 and Stoke ended up with the win after extra time. My wager was graded as a loss, match ended 1-1 is stated in my bet history.
Nonetheless, such occurrence is limited to the "regular" playing time and does not include any prolongation such as extra time or overtime, unless explicitly stated. The rule states that all bets are to be settled in regular time/full time unless overtime is written in the bet description.
As said, usually only bets that are very clearly and specifically targeted at extra time and/or penalties will include them. One exception to note is on tournament top scorer/Golden Boot bets. As these bets are settled using official tournament stats, goals scored in extra time do count towards a player’s total.
All soccer bets are settled on the result at the end of 90 minutes including stoppage time unless specifically stated otherwise. This means that for most bet types any goals, corners, free kicks, goal kicks or bookings that occur in extra time will not count towards your bet. Example 1. If you Bet on Russia to Win against Spain and the game is 1:1 at 90 Minutes (including stoppage time), your Bet will be a losing Bet, even if Russia scores at 120 Minutes or win on penalties.
Bets are settled only on the events that occur in extra time or a penalty shoot-out. This includes any injury/stoppage time added on by the match official at the end of extra time. The events that occur in normal time do not count.