Odds to Win World Cup 2022

Who will win the World Cup 2022? Our data-led probabilities are based on 1000s of simulations and matched with the best World Cup 2022 winner odds available to help you beat the sportsbooks.
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World Cup 2022 Winner Odds

Dimers.com tracks the odds to win the World Cup for every team at the FIFA World Cup 2022.

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.

Who Will Win World Cup 2022

Who are favorites to go all the way at the Soccer World Cup 2022, and which of the underdogs could spring a surprise in Qatar this year?

Let's look at who is expected to win the World Cup in Qatar and who the daring outsiders could be.

This page features the top odds on the market and 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 SwitzerlandPoland 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.