World Cup 2026 Odds

Founded in 1930, the FIFA World Cup, usually simply called the World Cup, takes place every four years and is the most-watched soccer competition in the world. The current edition in Qatar promises to be one of the most exciting yet!  The game’s best players are showcased on the biggest stage, making some exhilarating soccer matches ripe for betting. There have been 201 World Cups to date (there should have been 23, but the 1942 and 1946 editions were canceled because of the Second World War.

Eight different teams have won the World Cup, the most successful being Brazil who have won the coveted trophy five times and are the only team to have appeared at every World Cup to date. The reigning champions are France, who defeated Croatia 4-2 in Russia in 2018, their second World Cup. [+]

Those who love betting on soccer will find no better competition to places wagers on thanks to being able to bet on World Cup qualifying matches and then the finals themselves. The qualifying matches, for example, are perfect for parlay bets due to them pitting relative minnows of the soccer world against the giants.

Best World Cup Odds & Lines

The best World Cup betting lines can be found in the table below. Check out the latest and best World Cup odds for individual games and place your wagers before the odds drift either way.

Event BetUS
Brazil +400
England +700
France +600
Spain +800
Argentina +700
Germany +1000
Portugal +1200
Netherlands +1200
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What Are The World Cup Standings

There are two types of World Cup standings, those from the qualifying stages and those from the groups at the finals. There’s so much to keep track of so let us be your guide.

You will find both World Cup standings here on this very page once the qualifiers kick off then the group standings when the 2022 World Cup gets underway. [+]

They say the table does not lie when it comes to soccer, but where world soccer is concerned, there is rarely what would be considered an easy game.

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How To Bet on The FIFA World Cup

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is set to take place in Qatar from November 20 through December 18 and is the first time a World Cup has been held in the area of Qatar. Qatar is not a powerful sporting nation, its soccer team is far from stellar, so do not expect them to be lifting the trophy during the winter of 2022.

Online sports betting sites rarely get their predictions wrong so pay close attention to the latest betting lines published on this site. It is worth noting that aside from Brazil (1958 and 1962) and Italy (1934 and 1932) no team has successfully defended the World Cup, which means France have their work cut out in 2022.

Also, only Brazil and Argentina are the only nations to win a World Cup outside of their continental confederation, going to show that the climate and way of life have a major bearing on results in World Cup finals.

Furthermore, no African team has progressed further than the quarter-finals, and only the only non-South American or European teams to reach the semi-finals are the USA (1930) and South Korea (2002). Factor these in before making a World Cup bet.