The Women’s World Cup 2019 is all set to be the biggest in history, as 24 teams battle it out for the most prestigious prize in the game.
It’s going to be a spectacular tournament and what’s more, there are plenty of opportunities to place your bets with dozens of markets available.
You’ll find our complete guide to Women’s World Cup betting, including the latest odds, offers and tips.
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Women’s World Cup Odds 2019
This year’s World Cup is likely to be one of the most hotly contested in recent years with around five nation’s all having a realistic chance of lifting the trophy. As you’d probably expect, the USA are one of the most backed teams, with William Hill pricing them at 11/4.
However, for the first time in years they aren’t runaway favourites, with France level pegging with them. The likes of Germany, England and the Dutch all have a chance too, which is going to lead to a fascinating tournament.
Women’s World Cup Betting Markets
Women’s football is being taken seriously by most online bookmakers this summer and you’ll find all the same markets on the tournament as you would any other football betting market, including the likes of the Premier League and Champions League.
Popular markets include the Women’s World Cup winners outright market, alongside the likes of top scorer, Group winner and more.
Additionally, you can bet on absolutely every game with a whole heap of markets to choose from. Below you’ll find some of the more popular Women’s World Cup odds available:
- Match Result
- Both Teams To Score
- First Goalscorer
- Anytime Goalscorer
- Over/Under Goals
- Half Time/Full Time Result
Of course, you’ll also find many, many more bets available to place.
Past Women’s World Cup Winners
The Women’s World Cup has been held since 1991, when the inaugural tournament took place in China.
Over the years there have been four different Women’s World Cup winners, with both the USA and Germany having won the tournament on more than one occasion.
Previous Women’s World Cup Winners:
- 1991: USA
- 1995: Norway
- 1999: USA
- 2003: Germany
- 2007: Germany
- 2011: Japan
- 2015: USA
England Women’s Football World Cup
England have one of their best ever chances of winning the tournament this year, with Phil Neville’s Lionesses improving as each tournament passes by.
In the likes of Steph Houghton, Lucy Bronze, Nikita Parris and Toni Duggan they have some real superstars, all of whom are used to the pressures of the top level.
The nation are around third/fourth favourites to win the competition and having beaten the likes of Japan and Brazil as well as earning a draw with the USA they have every chance.
Women’s World Cup Tips & Favourites
The favourites are comfortably the USA among pundits, with France perhaps being handed overly generous odds thanks to their home advantage.
Alex Morgan is in her prime at the age of 29 and with over 100 goals for her country looks a sure fire bet in the Women’s World Cup top scorer odds.
England could be worth backing, particularly among the more patriotic of fans. To go one step further than the men’s team and reach the Final would be a huge boost for the sport, and they are well worth a punt to do exactly that.
Women’s World Cup FAQs
Below you’ll find a series of commonly asked questions about the Women’s World Cup.
When Is The Next Women’s World Cup?
Following France 2019, the next World Cup will be held in 2023 with a host nation yet to be announced.
What Teams Are In The Women’s World Cup 2019?
24 nations have qualified for the Women’s World Cup France 2019, here is the list:
African: Cameroon, Nigeria, South Africa
Asian: Australia, China PR, Japan, Korea Republic, Thailand
European: England, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Scotland, Spain, Sweden
North & Central America: Canada, Jamaica, USA
Oceania: New Zealand
South American: Argentina, Brazil, Chile
Which Team Has Won The Women’s World Cup Most?
Favourites for the 2019 tournament, the USA have won the most World Cups, lifting the trophy three times.
Have England Won The Women’s World Cup?
England’s Women have yet to win the World Cup, with the 2015 providing their best ever finish. They finished third beating Germany after extra time in the Third Placed Playoff.