Odds to Win World Cup 2022
World Cup Futures Betting and Odds for Each Group and Each Team:
Soccer's largest global event, the FIFA World Cup 2022 will be held in Qatar from November 21 through December 18.
The World Cup 2022 odds to win are intriguing. So, who will lift the World Cup trophy, and what are the current betting odds and projection for them to do so?
This page matches Dimers' independent probabilities with the best odds available from all of America's leading sportsbooks for not only who will win the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, but also for each one of the eight groups, as well as the round of 16, quarterfinals, and semifinals.
Odds to win the Qatar World Cup 2022
Four years after the 2018 World Cup, our highly anticipated World Cup 2022 predictor has arrived. With experts finding it difficult to predict the outright winner, we employ trusted machine learning and data to determine which nation is most likely to lift the FIFA World Cup Trophy in Qatar. The results? Three nations have projected win probabilities above 10%.
We feature predictions for the winner of the World Cup, as well as the best World Cup odds to ensure you do everything you can to enjoy a profitable World Cup in 2022.
With betting markets on the World Cup winner, semifinal participants, quarterfinal participants, and elimination-stage qualifiers from each group, it is very important to cross reference the odds in our free, downloadable report, with those offered by your sportsbook of choice, when betting on the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Who Will Win World Cup 2022
Which nations are favorites to go all the way at the Soccer World Cup in 2022, which underdogs could spring a surprise in Qatar, and who is expected to win the World Cup?
This page features the top odds on the market, data-driven probabilities, and predictions for this year's World Cup, including who will win the Soccer World Cup.
Favorites to Win World Cup 2022
The teams most likely to win the World Cup 2022 include France, Brazil, England, Spain, Belgium, and Argentina.
Defending champion France is expected to challenge once again for the ultimate prize in 2022, led by superstars Kylian Mbappe and Paul Pogba.
Elsewhere, five-time winner Brazil, with the likes of Neymar, Alisson and Vinicius Junior, is looking to lift the famous World Cup trophy for the first time in 20 years.
England, which reached the final on home soil at Euro 2020, is aiming to end a 56-year wait for international success at Qatar 2022, while 2010 World Cup winner Spain is an exciting prospect with an up-and-coming squad at its disposal.
Argentina, led by the great Lionel Messi, is expected to be a threat, while perennial challenger Germany, Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal and Belgium with the likes of Eden Hazard and Kevin De Bruyne – will each fancy its chances.
Meanwhile, Denmark, with Christian Eriksen back on the pitch after his cardiac arrest at Euro 2020, is aiming for what would be an incredible and emotional success if it goes all the way.
World Cup 2022 Underdogs
Croatia, which reached the final in 2018, is considered an outside chance to go one better in 2022, while Uruguay– with star forwards Edinson Cavani and Luis Suarez up front – is given a slim chance by the bookmakers of winning it all in Qatar this year.
Reigning Africa Cup of Nations champion Senegal is expected to face strong opposition at the FIFA World Cup 2022, while Switzerland, Poland and Serbia are underdogs who will be looking to shock the world.
The United States, which has been drawn in Group B with England, Iran, and the UEFA playoff winner, will face a tough test in Qatar this year, and Mexico and Canada are at long odds to win the World Cup.
FIFA World Cup Winners
Brazil is the most successful World Cup team, having won five times. Italy and Germany each has four titles. Current champion France has two titles, as do past champions Uruguay and Argentina, while England and Spain both have one.
The FIFA World Cup trophy is awarded to the team that wins the tournament, and their name is inscribed on the trophy's bottom side.
See our World Cup 2022 predictions for full betting coverage of all 64 games at the FIFA World Cup 2022.
World Cup Odds for Every Team and Every Group
All the odds below are subject to change and were updated on Nov 15 2022
You can get latest odds from our Qatar World Cup Betting Guide for Every Team and Every Stage from our downloadable guide. Or you can check out our World Cup Predictions and World Cup News to stay updated
England Odds to Win World Cup 2022
The odds for England to win the World Cup 2022 are +800. In 2018, England took fourth place, their best World Cup result since winning in 1966. In 2022, the English will attempt to take the next step, on the heels of a disappointing home loss in last year's Euro Final, but equipped with the third best chance to win the tournament, per our predictive model, compared to only the fourth highest betting odds.
Argentina Odds to Win World Cup 2022
Argentina enters the 2022 World Cup with +700 odds to hoist the trophy. Having competed in every World Cup since 1970, a span in which Argentina racked up two World Cup championships and two runner-up finishes, it's nonetheless been over 30 years since the nation's last victory. This means Lionel Messi has yet to win a World Cup of his own, and will be more motivated than ever in 2022.
Brazil Odds to Win World Cup 2022
The most accomplished nation in World Cup history, with five titless, two runner-up finishes, and four semifinal appearances, Brazil enters the 2022 World Cup with +450 odds to win it all. However, Brazil has exited in the quarterfinals in each of the last four World Cups, and will look to break that trend with their first victory since 2002.
France Odds to Win World Cup 2022
Odds for France to win the World Cup 2022 are +650. France enters the 2022 World Cup with the second best odds at victory, and it's no wonder, given they're the reigning champions, following a World Cup victory in Russia in 2018. If Les Bleus can pull it off, they will become the first back-to-back World Cup victors since Brazil in 1958 and 1962.
Spain Odds to Win World Cup 2022
Spain's odds to win the World Cup 2022 are +850. Despite Spain having made it beyond the Round of 16 just once in their last four World Cup appearances, they made the most of that exception, winning it all in 2010. Spain will look to get back on top in 2022.
Portugal Odds to Win World Cup 2022
Portugal's odds to win the World Cup 2022 are +1700. After failing to qualify for the tournament from 1970-1988, 2022 will mark Portugal's sixth straight World Cup appearance. Cristiano Ronaldo, who has scored seven goals in his World Cup career, will continue to lead the show.
Germany Odds to Win World Cup 2022
Germany enters the 2022 World Cup with +1000 odds at victory. Fresh off a World Cup championship in 2014, Germany was stunningly eliminated in the group stage in 2018. In 2022, the Germans will look to recommence their lengthy run of excellence, having finished third or better in seven of nine World Cups prior to 2014.
Netherlands Odds to Win World Cup 2022
The Netherlands' odds are +1300 to win the World Cup. Shockingly, the Netherlands failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, despite finishing runner-up in 2010, and third place in 2014. The Dutch will look to get back on track at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Belgium Odds to Win World Cup 2022
Belgium's odds to win the World Cup 2022 are +1700. Recently, Belgium has enjoyed a superb World Cup run, with a victory over England in the third place match in 2018, and a 3-0-0 group stage record in their last two World Cup Appearances.
Denmark Odds to Win World Cup 2022
Denmark carries odds of +3200 to win the World Cup 2022. Since 1998, Denmark has played in four of six World Cups, and advanced beyond the group stage in three of those four, just as they are favored to do in 2022.
Uruguay Odds to Win World Cup 2022
Uruguay's odds to win the World Cup 2022 are +5000. Having made it to the past four World Cups, a run that has included three Round of 16 showings, and a fourth place finish in 2010, Uruguay will look to put up another strong showing in 2022.
Croatia Odds to Win World Cup 2022
Croatia enters the 2022 World Cup with +5000 odds at collecting the trophy. In 2018, Golden Ball winner Luka Modric led Croatia to an extraordinary runner-up finish, succumbing to France in the World Cup Final. Croatia will look to continue on that success in 2022.
Switzerland Odds to Win World Cup 2022
Switzerland's odds to win the World Cup 2022 are +8000. From 1970-2002, Switzerland qualified for the World Cup only once, but are now making their fifth straight appearance. In 2022, Switzerland will look to improve on the Round 16 finishes it posted in 2014 and 2018.
United States Odds to Win World Cup 2022
Odds for the United States to win the World Cup 2022 are +15000. Prior to 2018, things had been going well for the US National Team, which advanced to the Round of 16 in 2010 and 2014. 2018 was a step backwards, however, as the United States failed to qualify for the World Cup, an outcome Americans will be eager to forget in 2022.
Canada Odds to Win World Cup 2022
Canada's odds to win the World Cup 2022 are +25000. Canada is a stranger to World Cup success, having qualified just once prior to 2022, in 1986, a year in which Canada was eliminated in the group stage after going 0-0-3, and failing to score a goal. But that was decades ago, and Canada will be eager to write a new chapter in their nation's footballing history when they take the pitch in Qatar.
FIFA World Cup 2022 Group A Odds
- Netherlands: -185
- Senegal: +400
- Ecuador: +600
- Qatar: +1700
FIFA World Cup 2022 Group B Odds
- England: -250
- United States: +600
- Wales: +600
- Iran: +2000
FIFA World Cup 2022 Group C Odds
- Argentina: -220
- Poland: +500
- Mexico: +490
- Saudi Arabia: +3200
FIFA World Cup 2022 Group D Odds
- France: -210
- Denmark: +275
- Tunisia: +1900
- Australia: +2500
FIFA World Cup 2022 Group E Odds
- Spain: -105
- Germany: +115
- Japan: +1700
- Costa Rica: +5500
FIFA World Cup 2022 Group F Odds
- Belgium: -150
- Croatia: +250
- Morocco: +1000
- Canada: +1200
FIFA World Cup 2022 Group G Odds
- Brazil: -220
- Switzerland: +600
- Serbia: +650
- Cameroon: +1700