2022 FIFA World Cup Odds

With France rising as the 2018 FIFA World Cup Champions, we would now be able to look forward to the 2022 competition in Qatar. This World Cup odds will be noteworthy, as it’s the last one that will contain only 32 qualifying countries. The competition will grow to a 48-group field in 2026. 

We will follow the odds for all nations directly through to the 2022 competition. The diagrams underneath are created by averaging the odds of our most believed online games wagering betting sites.

2022 FIFA World Cup Odds

World Cup Top Contenders

  1. [12/4/19] A slight change in Brazil since not long ago, abbreviated from +633 to +617 
  1. [5/23/19] After arriving at the elimination rounds of the UEFA Nations class, odds for every one of Portugal, Switzerland, Netherlands and England have balanced in support of them 
  1. [7/23/18] After winning the 2018 FIFA World Cup, France has opened as the top picks for the 2022 competition in Qatar. 
  1. [7/15/18] Sportsbooks don’t trust Croatia, who made it right to the 2018 FIFA World Cup Finals, can rehash their accomplishment in the 2022 FIFA World Cup, as they opened with +4500 normal chances. 
  1. [7/15/18] After shockingly missing the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Italy and the Netherlands wind up back among the top contenders for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

World Cup 2022 Odds

CountryOdds
France+500
Brazil+700
Spain+750
Germany+800
Belgium+1100
Argentina+1200
Italy+1800
England+2000
Netherlands+2000
Portugal+2800

Countries with the Most World Cup Appearances

CountryParticipations
Brazil20
Germany18
Italy18
Argentina16
Mexico15

Remarkable truants from the 2018 World Cup included Italy (tied for the second-most World Cup titles), the Netherlands (10 appearances), and the USA (10 appearances)

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Odds for Previous Winners

Multiple Winners

Country  World CupsYears Won
Brazil51958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002
Italy41934, 1938, 1982, 2006
Germany41954, 1974, 1990, 2014
Uruguay21930, 1950
Argentina21978, 1986
France21998, 2018
England11966
Spain12010

Betting Trends

  • A European country has won the previous four World Cups, and five of the last six – Brazil being the main non-European nation to win 
  • France has won two of the last seven competitions, making them the main nation to win various World Cups in that length 
  • The last country to win the World Cup as the host was France in 1998 
  • The host nation has won six of the 20 World Cups 
  • European and South American countries have won every one of the last 11 World Cups

2018 Semi/Quarterfinalists World Cup odds

2018 Quarterfinalists’ World Cup odds