2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Odds

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The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup is down to the final two teams, as England and Spain face each other in Sunday’s final match. The US Women’s National Team began as the favorite to win the tournament for a third consecutive time but lost on penalty kicks in a Round of 16 match against Sweden. Below, we’ll look at the best betting odds on the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

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Best betting odds on the 2023 Women’s World Cup

The US team opened as an unsurprising favorite to win this year’s tournament after taking home the title in the last two Women’s World Cups, in 2019 and 2015. The US leads all countries with four Women’s World Cup titles, while Germany is next with two. Japan and Norway have each won the tournament once. With the shocking early exit of the US Women’s National Team, the field is now open for several other teams that have never won the tournament.

Women’s World Cup betting odds

Sunday, 6 a.m. ETEngland Spain Draw (in regulation time): +210Over/Under:
Odds are subject to change.

What is the Women’s World Cup?

The FIFA Women’s World Cup is the top international tournament in women’s soccer. While it’s much newer than the men’s version of the same tournament, having debuted in its current form in 1991, it has become a popular international event. Other versions of the Women’s World Cup date back as far as 1970, but it wasn’t until the early ’90s that the international soccer governing body, FIFA, established an official World Cup to operate in the same fashion as the men’s tournament. Like the men’s version, the tournament takes place every four years.

A total of 32 teams have qualified for this year’s Women’s World Cup, up from 24 in the 2019 tournament. This field also includes eight teams that are making their first appearance in the tournament.

Matches began on July 20 and are spread out across both Australia and New Zealand, which are operating as co-hosts of the tournament. As is customary, the hosts opened play, with Australia taking on Ireland in Sydney, while New Zealand played Norway in Auckland.

In the US, matches will air on Fox and FS1. Due to the time difference, matches will air in the early morning or late at night.

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Women’s World Cup FAQ

When does play begin and end in the Women’s World Cup?

The first matches are scheduled for July 20, when co-hosts Australia and New Zealand will both open play in separate matches three hours apart. The final is slated for Aug. 20, with one match to decide the tournament winner.

Can I bet on every match in the tournament?

Yes. Multiple online sportsbooks are offering odds on every match, including moneylines, spreads, and total goals. You can also bet on futures, such as the winner of each group, as well as teams to advance to each stage.

Which team has won the most Women’s World Cups?

The US team has won four Women’s World Cup titles, twice as many as the next team, Germany. Japan and Norway have each won one title.

How has the US team done in recent international competitions?

It had a somewhat disappointing finish in the 2021 Olympics, where it had to settle for the bronze medal. The team also suffered its first three-match losing streak in 29 years last fall, when it lost to England, Germany, and Spain.