2022 World Cup Odds 

Learn about the current World Cup odds, players to watch out for, and much more in our review. The 22nd World Cup will be kicking off in November, the first time it has taken place outside of the summer. Qatar is the host nation, with games set to take place at eight stadiums spanning five different cities in the country.

Like any World Cup, there is a huge amount of anticipation for the action. Many of the best soccer players in the world are coming together to battle it out for the ultimate prize in soccer.

For some, it will be their last chance to be crowned as a world champion with their country. The idea behind this preview is to provide you with all of the key info you need when it comes to betting on the World Cup, including the latest World Cup odds. If you’re looking for a more general soccer betting guide, click here.

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2022 World Cup Winner Odds

When it comes to the FIFA World Cup, there are always a few different countries that are in with a strong chance of winning. It is rare that there is a very strong favorite that just storms through the entire tournament. This time around, Brazil are a slim favorite to take home the crown, with defending champions France being just behind them in the betting.

Some of the best players the game has seen will likely be playing in their last World Cup, such as Karim Benzema, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Lionel Messi, so they will all be looking to put on one last show on the truly global stage with their country’s jersey on their back.

Here is a look at the World Cup odds at the moment. (Note that World Cup odds are subject to frequent changes, especially in the days leading up to the tournament.)

TeamWorld Cup Winner Odds
Brazil+500
France+550
England+700
Argentina+700
Spain+750
Germany+950
Belgium+1200
Portugal+1300
Netherlands+1300
Denmark+3200
Croatia+4700
Uruguay+4800
Switzerland+8000
Senegal+10000
Mexico+11000
Poland+11000
Serbia+11000
USA+11000
Ecuador+13000
Wales+14000
Morocco+18000
Canada+18000
Qatar+21000
South Korea+21000
Ghana+21000
Japan+21000
Cameroon+21000
Tunisia+37000
Australia+37000
Costa Rica+55000
Iran+55000
Saudi Arabia+55000

Odds in the table provided by FanDuel

2022 Golden Ball Odds

The player who is deemed to have played the best throughout the World Cup will be given the Golden Ball at the end of the tournament. There is usually a shortlist of players presented, with media representatives ultimately deciding on the actual winner.

Last time around, Croatia’s Luka Modric was given the Golden Ball despite losing out in the final against France. At the time of writing this review, 2022 Golden Ball odds were still not available. We will bring you an update as soon as they are released.

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2022 Golden Boot Odds

Goals win games, with some players managing to light up the world stage at the World Cup. The Golden Boot is a coveted award, being given to whoever scores the most goals during the tournament.

For the last World Cup, England’s Harry Kana finished top of the pile with six goals, followed by Antoine Griezmann and Romelu Lukaku with four goals apiece. So, when talking about World Cup odds, we mustn’t omit a mention of the current 2022 Golden Ball odds.

PlayerOdds
Harry Kane+650
Romelu Lukaku+700
Kylian Mbappe+850
Neymar+950
Cristiano Ronaldo+1100
Lautaro Martinez+1200

2022 Golden Glove Odds

Whichever keeper performs the bets during the World Cup will be awarded the Golden Glove award. There are many different factors that go into awarding this to a given goalkeeper, not just relying on the number of goals they have conceded or the number of clean sheets.

The winner of the award in 2018 was Belgium’s Thibaut Courtois. The 2022 Golden Glove odds are still not available. Check back with us for an update soon.

2022 Best Young Player

There are always young players that break onto the world stage and light up the World Cup every four years. They can make a name for themselves, with many promising young players securing a big club transfer following a standout performance at the World Cup.

An award is on offer for the best young player of each World Cup. France’s Kylian Mbappe won the award in 2018, with the 19-year-old being a key player for the tournament winners. The current 2022 young player odds are yet to be released. Once they are, we will include them here.

2018 World Cup Recap

The 2018 World Cup took place in the summer of 2018 in Russia. There were a dozen stadiums hosting games across 11 cities. France ultimately came out on top in the final against Croatia, with the final score line being 4-2. The host nation was eliminated from the tournament at the quarter-final stage.

Croatia’s Luka Modric was given the Golden Ball award after starring throughout the tournament. England’s Harry Kane topped the goal scorer charts, hitting the back of the net six times, while Belgium’s goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois won the Golden Glove award. Finally, French superstar Kylian Mbappe was the youngest player in the World Cup.

Fans really enjoyed the action throughout the weeks it was on. In terms of costs, it was put down as the most expensive World Cup ever, costing more than $14.2 billion. It also marked the first time that the tournament took place in Eastern Europe.

World Cup FAQs

Let’s answer some common questions regarding World Cup odds.

Are Qatar playing in the 2022 World Cup?

The host of the World Cup will usually get automatic entry into the World Cup, which means that Qatar will be taking part once the action kicks off.

How many stadiums will host games?

There will be eight different stadiums hosting games at the 2022 World Cup, being shared across five cities.

How many fans are estimated to visit Qatar for the World Cup?

It is estimated that about 1.5 million fans will visit Qatar to watch the action.

When did Qatar get awarded the World Cup 2022?

The FIFA Executive Committee decided in March 2015 to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar.

When is the final of the 2022 World Cup?

The final of the 2022 World Cup will be taking place on December 18, 2022.

What will the average temperatures be during the tournament?

It is expected that the average low to high temperatures during the tournament will be 15-24°C.

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