2018 FIFA World Cup Betting Odds

The first World Cup was held in Uruguay in 1930 and was imagined by Jules Rimet, then president of FIFA.

Fast forward 88 years, The 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia begins on Friday 14th June 2018 with the host nation Russia taking on Saudi Arabia at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.

Russia head into their first group game of the tournament as heavy favourites to overcome the Western Asian team despite Russia’s recent form lacking.

As with most World Cup tournaments, Brazil are favourites with the majority of bookmakers to win the tournament outright while the usual suspects, Germany, Spain, France and Argentina make up the remainder of the leading contenders.

Below is a full list of the current betting odds:


To win the 2018 FIFA World Cup

*odds are for informational purposes only and are subject to change as with any live betting market.

Brazil 4/1
Germany 9/2
Spain 6/1
France 13/2
Argentina 9/1
Belgium 11/1
England 16/1
Portugal 25/1
Uruguay 28/1
Croatia 33/1
Colombia 40/1
Russia 40/1
Poland 66/1
Denmark 100/1
Mexico 100/1
Switzerland 100/1
Serbia 200/1
Peru 200/1
Senegal 200/1
Sweden 150/1
Egypt 200/1
Nigeria 200/1
Iceland 200/1
Morocco 500/1
Japan 300/1
South Korea 750/1
Australia 300/1
Costa Rica 500/1
Tunisia 750/1
Iran 500/1
Panama 1000/1
Saudi Arabia 1000/1

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