Women’s World Cup 2019 Odds and USWNT Betting Guide & Tips

Women’s World Cup 2019 Odds and USWNT Betting Guide & Tips

The excitement towards the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup is building, as the eighth edition of the showcase tournament has the oddsmakers adjusting the lines as the football betting money starts to roll in.

The tournament kicks off June 7, with the title game scheduled for July 7 in Lyon, France.

Oddsmakers have issued two sets of lines for the 24 participants vying for the hardware, with options for the overall winner and odds to finish in the top 4.

2019 Women's World Cup Odds

CountryTo Win T-4
United States7/211/20
France7/211/20
Germany11/23/4
England6/119/20
Netherlands14/12/1
Japan17/123/10
Australia17/123/10
Spain20/14/1
Brazil25/19/2
Canada25/19/2
Sweden25/19/2
China66/115/2
Italy66/115/2
Norway66/115/2
Scotland66/115/2
South Korea80/115/2
Argentina100/113/1
Chile100/113/1
New Zealand100/113/1
South Africa200/120/1
Cameroon250/122/1
Jamaica500/135/1
Nigeria500/135/1
Thailand500/135/1

Bet these 2019 Women's World Cup odds here:

Secure Trusted Verified
Advertiser Disclosure
Every online gambler deserves a safe and fair place to play. Our mission at Gambling.com is to create a safe online environment for players through free, impartial and independent reviews of the UK's best online gambling companies so that you can play with confidence and security. All ratings and reviews are made independently of the operator by our team of gaming experts and with every company being fully UK licensed they can be trusted to offer fair play. We accept compensation from the companies advertised on this page and this may affect the brand positioning. We endeavour to continuously update this list so we can bring you the most current sites and the best available offers but we cannot review every site in the market.
Advertiser Disclosure
Every online gambler deserves a safe and fair place to play. Our mission at Gambling.com is to create a safe online environment for players through free, impartial and independent reviews of the UK's best online gambling companies so that you can play with confidence and security. All ratings and reviews are made independently of the operator by our team of gaming experts and with every company being fully UK licensed they can be trusted to offer fair play. We accept compensation from the companies advertised on this page and this may affect the brand positioning. We endeavour to continuously update this list so we can bring you the most current sites and the best available offers but we cannot review every site in the market.
Terms and Conditions apply for all bonuses. Must be 18+ to participate.

Favorites to Back at Women's World Cup

When the draw was finalized in December the line setters originally slated the United States as the favorites to take their 4th title at 9/4.

Things have changed since then, and now the line setters show France and the U.S tied on top of the table at 7/2 respectively, with the hosts getting some favoritism as the opening kickoff for June 7 draws near.

Ironically, the USWNT opened at 1/2 to take first position in Group F and that has only risen to 1/4 despite their decline to win the cup outright.

While the line on the USWNT has fallen to make them co-favorites with France, the lines for both Germany and England have moved up from where they originated as well. Germany opened at 5/1 and is now listed at 11/2, meanwhile England came out with a 9/1 line that has climbed up to 6/1.

Germany might not have it so easy with Spain as part of their group this year, as Spain was the only club that went a perfect 8-0 in UEFA WC qualifying to land in group B. Spain could be a nice sleeper choice to make the final four with a price of 4/1 attached to the action, and there will be some takers towards that 7/1 on Espana to win their group outright.

Underdogs to Consider

Group C might end up being the wildest and most wide open of the 6 groups, and there is value in any option on the board. Australia and Brazil are both listed at 20/23 to take the top spot from the group, and Italy isn’t far behind at 4/1 respectively.

What’s noticeable here is that Australia is listed at 23/10 to land in the final four of this year’s World Cup, while Brazil and Italy are well in back of them at 9/2 and 15/2 respectively. That might suggest that Australia should be where you put your money to take group C top honors, with expectation to go deep into the tournament.

Group D has both Japan and England together, and the two clubs will meet on the final day of group stage to likely decide who takes the top spot in the group. Japan has competed in every Women’s World Cup tournament and England doesn’t have much of a history to speak of at the event.

England finally escaped the quarterfinals in 2015 for the first time ever, and it led to a third-place finish in Canada. Japan has a World Cup trophy from 2011 and were runners-up in 2015 to the USWNT, so they will be ready to go without doubt.

Group E features Canada and the Netherlands, and these two Nations are assuredly headed towards a battle for the top spot. Their meeting on day 3 of group stage will likely decide who earns the position and in reading into those lines the Netherlands are favored at 21/20 to win group C, although Canada is right there with them at 6/5.

The Netherlands, however, are among the top-5 favorites to win the entire tournament at 12/1, while Canada sits well back of them at 28/1 to hoist the trophy.


2019 Women’s World Cup FAQS

  • When does the 2019 Women’s World Cup start?
    The 2019 Women’s World Cup starts June 7, 2019.
  • Where are the 2019 Women’s World Cup games played?
    The 2019 Women’s World Cup games will be played across France.
  • When is the Women’s World Cup 2019 championship game?
    The Women’s World Cup 2019 championship game is played on July 7, 2019, in Lyon, France.
  • What countries are in the 2019 Women’s World Cup?
    The teams in the 2019 Women's World Cup are France, USA, Germany, England, Canada, Australia, The Netherlands, Japan, Sweden, Brazil, Spain, Norway, South Korea, China, Italy, New Zealand, Scotland, Thailand, Argentina, Chile, Nigeria, Cameroon, South Africa, Jamaica.
  • Who is the defending Women’s World Cup champion?
    The defending champions are The United States.
  • Who is the favorite to win the 2019 Women’s World Cup?
    The favorites to win the 2019 Women’s World Cup are the US and France at 7/2.

Recommended Betting Sites

Secure Trusted Verified
Advertiser Disclosure
Every online gambler deserves a safe and fair place to play. Our mission at Gambling.com is to create a safe online environment for players through free, impartial and independent reviews of the UK's best online gambling companies so that you can play with confidence and security. All ratings and reviews are made independently of the operator by our team of gaming experts and with every company being fully UK licensed they can be trusted to offer fair play. We accept compensation from the companies advertised on this page and this may affect the brand positioning. We endeavour to continuously update this list so we can bring you the most current sites and the best available offers but we cannot review every site in the market.
Advertiser Disclosure
Every online gambler deserves a safe and fair place to play. Our mission at Gambling.com is to create a safe online environment for players through free, impartial and independent reviews of the UK's best online gambling companies so that you can play with confidence and security. All ratings and reviews are made independently of the operator by our team of gaming experts and with every company being fully UK licensed they can be trusted to offer fair play. We accept compensation from the companies advertised on this page and this may affect the brand positioning. We endeavour to continuously update this list so we can bring you the most current sites and the best available offers but we cannot review every site in the market.
Terms and Conditions apply for all bonuses. Must be 18+ to participate.

Betting Strategy Articles

Betting Navigation

Latest Betting Strategy

Betting Guides

Country Guide

DISCLAIMER: Online Wagering is illegal in some Jurisdictions. It is your responsibility to check your local regulations before playing online. GDC Trading Ltd takes no responsibility for your actions.
© 2011- 2019 GDC Trading Limited. All Rights Reserved. Gambling.com is a registered trademark of GDC Trading Limited.
Terms and Conditions  |   Privacy Policy

Asset 4AndroidGET IT ONGraphicfacebookIcon/Mobile/Menu CloseIcon/PinDownload_on_the_App_Store_Badge_US-UK_RGB_blk_4SVG_092917twitter