FIFA World Cup Odds Tracker – Qatar 2022

2022 world cup qatar odds tracker

The 2022 World Cup will take place in Qatar, making it the very first time that the event will take place in the Middle East. As of this writing, the tournament is scheduled to be held from November 21st to December.

Because of Qatar’s incredibly hot summers, FIFA scheduled the 2022 World Cup to take place in the winter. This will be the 22nd edition of the World Cup.

2022 World Cup Odds Tracker

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    Track the top ten countries with the best odds to win the World Cup in Qatar in 2022. Check back frequently to monitor the changing futures odds.

    2022 World Cup Odds – All Teams

    Team Odds
    Brazil +572
    France +585
    England +682
    Spain +780
    Germany +947
    Argentina +974
    Belgium +1139
    Italy +1219
    Netherlands +1553
    Portugal +2400
    Denmark +2573
    Croatia +4950
    Colombia +6060
    Uruguay +7160
    Switzerland +8850
    Serbia +9210
    USA +9620
    Mexico +9670
    Chile +13400
    Sweden +13600
    Algeria +14100
    Nigeria +14100
    Qatar +14500
    Senegal +17300
    Turkey +17800
    Ukraine +17900
    Russia +18000
    Poland +18400
    Czech Republic +18700
    Cameroon +20200
    Morocco +20600
    Wales +22200
    Ecuador +23300
    Austria +23600
    Egypt +24100
    Japan +25700
    South Korea +29700
    Peru +34100
    Iran +35500
    Ghana +40100
    Scotland +42000
    Australia +42100
    Paraguay +42300
    New Zealand +50000
    Canada +50000
    Saudi Arabia +50000
    Tunisia +50000
    Iraq +50000
    China +50000
    Costa Rica +50000
    Panama +50000
    Honduras +50000

    Odds as of December 18, 2020 - 05:23am ET

    Betting on the winner of the 2022 World Cup has already begun, with futures odds available for all nations. As of late 2020, Brazil and France top the list. Brazil has won the most World Cup titles of all time with five – in 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994 and  2002.

    Canada shares the longest odds on the board with countries like Costa Rica and Finland at +50,000. A $20 dollar bet on Canada to win the World Cup would earn you a cool $10,000 if they miraculously pulled off the win.

    2022 World Cup Qualifiers

    Qualifying for the 2022 World Cup began on June 6, 2019. The dates listed below may change due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.

    Europe (UEFA)

    55 European countries will compete through qualifying, and they’ll be separated into 10 different groups when the draw is held on Sunday, November 29, 2020. The Qualifying will get underway in March of 2021.

    2021 UEFA Match Dates

    1-3: March 24 to 31

    4-6: September 1 to 8

    7-8: October 8-12

    9-10: November 11-16

    South America (CONMEBOL)

    all 10 nations play each other home and away. The top four nations qualify directly to the finals. The fifth-place team will go into an intercontinental playoff (draw to be determined).

    The first four rounds of qualifiers in March and September 2020 were suspended and it will now begin in October 2020.

    North America/Central America/Caribbean (CONCACAF)

    CONCACAF has 35 FIFA-affiliated countries, and they have been drawn into six groups of five. The first round will get underway in March of 2021.

    Group A: El Salvador, Antigua and Barbuda, Grenada, Montserrat, US Virgin Islands

    Group B: Canada,Suriname, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Aruba

    Group C: Curaçao, Guatemala, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Cuba, British Virgin Islands

    Group D: Panama, Dominican Republic, Barbados, Dominica, Anguilla

    Group E: Haiti, Nicaragua, Belize, St Lucia, Turks and Caicos Islands

    Group F: Trinidad and Tobago, St Kitts and Nevis, Guyana, Puerto Rico, Bahamas

    Africa (CAF)

    The CAF group stage will get take place May 31-June 15. The Groups are:

    Group A: Algeria, Burkina Faso, Niger, Djibouti

    Group B: Tunisia, Zambia, Mauritania, Equatorial Guinea,

    Group C: Nigeria, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Liberia

    Group D: Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Mozambique, Malawi

    Group E: Mali, Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda

    Group F: Egypt, Gabon, Libya, Angola

    Group G: Ghana, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia

    Group H: Senegal, Congo, Namibia, Togo

    Group I: Morocco, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Sudan

    Group J: Congo DR, Benin, Madagascar, Tanzania

    Asia (AFC)

    Group A: China, Syria, Philippines, Maldives, Guam

    Group B: Australia, Jordan, Chinese Taipei, Kuwait, Nepal

    Group C: Iran, Iraq, Bahrain, Hong Kong, Cambodia

    Group D: Saudi Arabia, Uzbekistan, Palestine, Yemen, Singapore

    Group E: Bangladesh, Oman, India, Afghanistan, Qatar

    Group F: Japan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Myanmar, Mongolia

    Group G: United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia

    Group H: South Korea, Lebanon, North Korea, Turkmenistan, Sri Lanka

    Oceania (OFC)

    There are eleven FIFA-affiliated teams in the OFC and they will all play in the qualifiers. The first round will take place in March and June on 2021 and the second round semifinals will be played in September of that year, with a final scheduled for October 2021.

    Betting on the 2022 World Cup Qatar

    Betting on the World Cup has never been easier, whether you’re a first-time bettor or a seasoned pro. There are plenty of ways to wager on soccer’s biggest event, held every four years, and you can check out our how to bet on FIFA World Cup for more. Let’s take a quick look at your current betting options.

    World Cup Futures Betting

    Until the group matches are set for 2022, the only World Cup betting option is the Futures bet. These odds are set long before the event occurs, and can shift up and down depending on many different factors, such as player availability.

    For the 2018 World Cup, the futures odds board showed Brazil as the favorite to win. They’re listed here as +533 favorites, with France a close second at +590. If you were to bet $20 on Brazil to win the tournament, and they did, you’d come away with $126, including your original wager amount.