FIFA World Cup Betting
As the 2022 FIFA World Cup approaches and Qatar prepares to host the 32 finest football teams from around the globe, here at Grosvenor Sport, we’re preparing too.
Our team of football betting experts are compiling a host of statistics to allow us to offer you the latest odds across hundreds of different World Cup football betting markets. And once the main event kicks off in Qatar, we’ll help you to enjoy every match of the 2022 World Cup with the excitement of football betting.
Whether you want to bet on the outright winner of the tournament, fancy a flutter on England to top their group or you have a hunch which player will top the scoring charts, you’ll have everything you need to bet on the World Cup with Grosvenor Sport.
World Cup 2022 Football Betting Markets
From the start of the tournament right the way to the final, you can bet on the outcome of each World Cup match. Our World Cup 2022 football betting includes all your usual football match betting markets – such as the outcome of the match and over/under 2.5 goals.
You can also bet on which teams will top the groups before we head into the nail-biting action of the knockout rounds. And don’t forget to keep an eye on the top goal scorer market and take a punt on who will win the coveted ‘Golden Boot’ title. England’s Harry Kane topped the scoring charts last time out in 2018 and will be looking to bag himself the coveted crown once again.
And of course, you’ve also got the chance to bet on the team that will triumph come the final in December. Do you think England will finally do it for only the second time in their history? Or is your money on one of the other European or South American giants?
Want to work out your potential returns for any of your World Cup bets? Simply take a look at our bet calculator. Choose your bet type, then enter the odds of your bet plus how much you want to stake to see how much you could win.
What are the odds for the World Cup 2022
When you bet on the World Cup with Grosvenor Sport, you’ll see the odds for all our betting markets and individual bets. Do you want to bet on the outright winner of the tournament? You’ll find our full list of outright odds from the start of the competition right the way to the final when just two teams are left to battle for the world’s most famous trophy.
For each of the 64 matches across the tournament, you’ll find the odds for a home win, away win or a draw. As well as the odds for under or over 2.5 goals. And we also bring you the odds for the winner of the Golden Boot, Golden Glove, Top Assist maker and the teams to finish top of the eight groups.
Our World Cup 2022 betting odds will inevitably fluctuate as the tournament gets underway and we progress through each encounter. You’ll find that the teams that start strongly have shorter odds for the outright title as they flex their early muscles. Those that only just scrape through the Group Stage might have longer odds to win, but these can shorten if they start to gain some momentum in the knockout rounds. You’ll also find live odds that fluctuate during each match as part of our live bet-in-play World Cup markets.
FIFA World Cup 2022 Winner Odds
This of course is one of our most popular World Cup 2022 betting markets. A bet on the outright winner will see you placing a wager on the team that you think will triumph come the final on 18th December.
The winners from 2018, France, will no doubt be top of many punters’ betting slips when it comes to the outrights. But with Paul Pogba set to miss the tournament through injury and N’Golo Kante struggling with injury problems of his own, Les Blues could be without their successful engine room from four years ago in Russia.
England will be looking to build on their semi-final performance from 2018 and their final appearance in Euro 2020, and finally claim the World Cup for only the second time in history. A newly reinvigorated Brazil will fancy their chances, whilst Argentina will be hoping that Lionel Messi can finally add the world’s biggest prize to his already glittering trophy cabinet. And then you’ve got Germany, The Netherlands and Spain all hoping to go all the way.
Whichever team you’re backing you’ll find the full set of FIFA World Cup 2022 winner odds with Grosvenor Sport. From the start of the tournament you’ll find the outright odds for each of the 32 teams in the competition. And as the group stage kicks off and we head through the knockout rounds, the odds will fluctuate in line with the form of the teams still left in.
When is the FIFA World Cup Start Date?
The 2022 FIFA World Cup is the first ever winter World Cup. The tournament kicks off on 20th November when the hosts, Qatar, take on Ecuador in the opening match. The following day sees England take on Iran at the Khalifa International Stadium.
The showpiece tournament concludes with the final on 18th December at the Lusail Iconic Stadium.
How to bet on FIFA World Cup Online
When the long-awaited 2022 tournament arrives, you can be assured that we’ll be offering highly competitive World Cup odds. With a host of boosts, accumulators, exclusive enhancements, special markets and offers, Grosvenor Sport is committed to helping you enjoy every match and every moment of the competition.
Whether you’re backing your home nation to go all the way, or looking to bet on the winner of the 2022 Golden Boot, our flexible site allows you to customise your bet and delve into a huge variety of World Cup betting markets. All you need to do is sign up and create an account before you can bet on the World Cup with Grosvenor Sport.
For each and every match in the tournament, you can bet live with our bet-in-play football World Cup markets. From the next corner kick to the half time score, our up-to-the-second odds add a level of excitement to every match.
From the opening match and the group stages to the knockout rounds and the last whistle of the 2022 World Cup Final – at Grosvenor Sport we’re covering every second of the action with our football betting.
And if you simply can’t get enough of top tier football, check out our odds for the Women’s World Cup too.