Next Stevenage Manager Betting Odds and Contenders

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This article provides information on Stevenage's new manager odds, and which bookmakers are offering betting on the next manager at Lamex Stadium. Details on all of Stevenage's previous managers throughout history and potential Stevenage managers in the future.

Next Stevenage Manager Betting Odds and Contenders


Nigel Skinner Blog Content Manager

Football Manager Expert and Political Betting Specialist across Exchange and Spread Betting Sites

Current Stevenage FC Manager

Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge
Alex Revell 9 May, 2024 22 May, 2024 13

In April 2024 First-team coach and former player Alex Revell stepped up to be interim manager when Steve Evans left for Rotherham United. Less than a month later the 40 year old became the permanent Stevenage manager. 

Jim Steele / Alamy Stock Photo If another change takes place at The Lamex Stadium the best betting sites will have all the next Stevenage FC manager betting odds. There may also be clues on offer as to who is available via the next EFL Championship Manager To Be Sacked blog.

Next Stevenage Manager Odds

There are instances when these odds might not be readily available for certain clubs. This could be because the position has only recently been filled, the club is currently performing exceptionally well, or the club has a strong history of standing by its manager through thick and thin.

Additionally, in some cases, the Stevenage FC manager's position might be vacant, but there are strong indications or even rumours about the potential replacement. Despite these unique circumstances, it is worth noting that if betting odds do become available, we will present them here in this section for your convenience. Regular updates related to the manager's position can also be found in the dedicated sports betting news section expertly managed by Jake Ashton. So, keep an eye out for any developments as we strive to keep you informed on the latest happenings in the football managerial landscape.

Next EFL Championship Manager To Be Sacked Betting Odds

Next EFL Championship Manager To Be Sacked Betting Odds

Best Betting Site for Next Stevenage FC Manager Betting

There is a huge range of UK Bookmakers to choose from but only very few that offer next-manager betting, if at all - As we have covered every club management change over the seasons, looking for betting odds on who the next club manager will be, we have found the following betting sites to be the most reliable and quickest to get odds up for the next manager at most clubs

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Who Could be the Next Manager of Stevenage?

Here are some contenders that could be considered for the Stevenage job next time it becomes available, including those previously suggested for the role or appearing in betting markets.

Gareth Ainsworth

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After retiring from playing, Ainsworth transitioned into coaching and management. He became the manager of Wycombe Wanderers in 2012, where, under his guidance, Wycombe achieved promotion to League One in the 2017-2018 season and reached the League One playoffs in subsequent seasons. He left Wycombe in February 2023 to take the job at his former club, QPR, but his time at Loftus Road did not go well, and he was let go in the October.  

Scott Lindsey

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The current Crawley Town manager has been suggested for the Stevenage FC vacancy and features towards the head of the market. 

Andy Woodman 

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Currently, in charge of National League side Bromley, his next step up in management is likely to be with a club in League 2 and rumours abounded that Stevenage were a possibility when Paul Tisdale was sacked in 2022. 

Luke Garrard

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Garrard has been in charge at Boreham Wood since 2015 and is another manager who could be looking for a club in the Football League. The 2021-22 FA Cup run when Boreham Wood beat AFC Wimbledon and Bournemouth will have done his future managerial chances no harm. 

Phil Brown

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A different candidate to the above is Phil Brown who has been there and done it in English football. Brown has managed 9 clubs from Hull City to Southend. His last position was with League 2 rivals Barrow but he left in June 2022. 

How to Bet on the Next Stevenage Manager

To place a bet on the next Stevenage manager is as easy as picking a contender from the list of possibilities, finding a bookmaker offering odds and then choosing how much you want to bet and placing it. You will have to find a betting site offering live odds. Finding these odds will be more accessible when no manager is in place and a little more complicated when the position is still filled and not particularly in jeopardy. 

  1. Find the best football betting site offering odds on the next Stevenage manager.

  2. Choose one of the possible contenders.

  3. Decide how much you want to bet.

  4. Check the odds and your stake to understand how much you may win if your prediction is correct

  5. Understand that if your prediction is wrong, you will lose your money. 

The Best Football Betting Sites

The Best Football Betting Sites

Next Boro Manager Betting Diary

The betting odds for The Next Stevenage Manager will often see some fluctuation and speculation of who will take over the hot seat when Alex Revell departs the position he has held since May 2024. 

Here is a round-up of the Next Stevenage Manager Betting Timeline from our OLBG News feed 

19th April 2024

Next Stevenage Manager Betting Odds: Gareth Ainsworth is the 2/1 FAVOURITE to take over at Stevenage next following the departure of Steve Evans!

Next Stevenage Manager Betting Odds: Gareth Ainsworth is the 2/1 FAVOURITE to take over at Stevenage next following the departure of Steve Evans!

17th March 2022

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Paul Tisdale left Exeter City after 12 loyal years and since then his career has been stuttering. There were short spells at MKD and Bristol Rovers before he arrived at Stevenage in November 2021. Four months and 21 games later he was sacked after only winning 3 matches. The experienced Steve Evans immediately replaces Tisdale. 

List of All Stevenage Managers

Here is a complete list of all Stevenage managers on record with information on length of service and win ratio. Who will be the next Stevenage manager on the list?

Manager Appointment Date To Days in Charge Win Percentage
Alex Revell 9 May, 2024 22 May, 2024 13  
Steve Evans 16 Mar, 2022 17/04/2024 763 47.50%
Paul Tisdale 29 Nov, 2021 16 Mar, 2022 107 14.28%
Robbie O'Keefe 15 Nov, 2021 29 Nov, 2021 14 66.66%
Alex Revell 16 Feb, 2020 14 Nov, 2021 637 26.00%
Graham Westley 23 Dec, 2019 16 Feb, 2020 55 13.30%
Mark Sampson 9 Sep, 2019 23 Dec, 2019 105 21.05%
Noureddine Maamria 20 Mar, 2018 9 Sep, 2019 538 34.80%
Darren Sarll 1 Feb, 2016 20 Mar, 2018 778 36.00%


Next Stevenage Borough Manager FAQs

  • Who is the most successful Stevenage Manager

    In terms of winning matches, Graham Westley (2008-2012)  and Mark Stimpson (2006-2007) both won 52% of their matches.

  • Who is the longest-serving Stevenage Manager

    Graham Westley is synonymous with the Hertfordshire club having managed the club on 4 separate occasions, in total he was in the Stevenage hot seat for over 9 years.

  • Who is the shortest serving Stevenage Manager

    Former Women’s England coach Mark Sampson resigned after 105 days and more recently  Paul Tisdale only lasted 107 days before being sacked.

  • Have Stevenage Had Any Notable Managers

    Teddy Sheringham who played 51 times for England took over at Stevenage in 2015. His 33 games at the club did not go well with his teams only winning 7 matches. Sheringham was sacked in February 2016.

  • Which Stevenage Manager Has Won The Most Trophies

    Graham Westley won the FA Trophy in 2009 and were runners up in 2010. His Stevenage side also won the Conference Premier League in 2010 and then the League Two Playoff Final in 2011 and were promoted to League 1.

Editorial Information

This article was written and fact-checked by Nigel Skinner, our expert in following the Next manager markets in the Premier League and throughout the EFL for 15 years. News Sections update by Jake Ashton, our betting news manager. The article was edited and published by Steve Madgwick

 Information was gained from various sources,including Stevenage Football Club Site and Supporters site

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