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Women’s World Cup Betting

2019 looks all set to be a year that takes women’s football to another level, climaxing in the Women’s World Cup, kicking off on June 6.

For those punters looking to bet on the tournament, there are plenty of options and it could well prove the tightest in a number of years.

Below you’ll find all you need to know about betting on the Women’s World Cup, taking place in France, including all the best offers, tips and odds.

Women’s World Cup Offers & Enhanced Offers

Across the tournament you’ll find dozens of Women’s World Cup free bets and offers available to play from all the biggest bookmakers.

Paddy Power are currently offering a £10 risk free bet, while you’ll be able to back your favourite teams with up to £100 in free credits with bet365.

ookmakers will be offering specials, including the likes of Women’s World Cup enhanced odds, price boosts and no deposit free bets.

Head over to our betting offers page to find all the latest promotions from the nation’s biggest and most trusted bookmakers.


How To Bet On The Women’s World Cup

Women’s World Cup betting is easy and you won’t have to look far to find the latest odds on the tournament.

To bet on the World Cup, simply head to your bookmaker of choice and follow these steps…

  1. Log in or sign up to a betting account
  2. Head to the football/soccer section of the site
  3. Select Women’s World Cup from the list of tournaments available
  4. Find the odds you wish to back and add to your betslip
  5. Place your bets!

If the odds you wish to select are on a game featuring that day, you’ll also likely find the match on the bookmaker’s main soccer markets.

Woman's World Cup Betting Offers & Enhanced Odds

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Women’s World Cup Odds

There are a number of teams fancied to do well this summer, with the trophy having a realistic chance of going to four or five nations.

Below you’ll find a full list of outright odds across a number of markets.

World Cup Winner

As the hosts, France are the favourites to win the tournament, with William Hill pricing them at 10/3.

The likes of England, the USA and Germany are also hotly tipped by many.

The top scorer market is another that will be hotly contested among the world’s elite female footballers.

USA’s Alex Morgan is one of the favourites having netted over 100 goals for her country. Valerie Gauvin and Vivianne Miedema are also among the leading contenders, with the Latter striker having a fantastic season with Arsenal.

The Favourites:

  • Alex Morgan: 11/2
  • Sam Kerr: 7/1
  • Eugenie Le Sommer: 7/1
  • Vivianne Miedema: 15/2
  • Alexandra Popp: 11/1
  • Valerie Gauvin: 14/1

Player of the Tournament

With France expecting success his summer, the bookies are looking towards a member of the host’s squad when it comes to the tournament’s top player.

Amandine Henry is favourite to take that gong and will be hugely instrumental in any success they have. Alex Morgan is one of the contenders that doesn’t play for the home side, while England’s Steph Houghton is also up there with the favorites.

The Favourites:

  • Amandine Henry: 9/2
  • Alex Morgan: 9/2
  • Eugenie Le Sommer: 6/1
  • Carli Lloyd: 6/1
  • Dzsenifer Marozsan: 17/2
  • Steph Houghton: 10/1

Women’s World Cup Previews & Predictions

With more nations investing in women’s football in recent years we’ve seen it completely transform to the point where a number of nations will be competing with the USA this summer.

Most pundits are still siding with the current holders however, although only just. It’s a real mixed bag, with France’s women also being heavily backed to join the men as World Champions.

Phil Neville’s England are certainly worth a punt. In Houghton, Toni Duggan and Lucy Bronze they have some real quality who can really take hold of a game.

The Groups certainly favour those three teams, although it is likely the US and France could face off in the Quarter Finals should they both win the group. Interestingly, that could mean an England Semi-Final, meaning a look towards the other side of the draw and the likes of Germany and the Netherlands perhaps providing good value.

The Germans in particular have a much more pleasant run if they win their Group, likely taking on Korea or Japan in the first knockout round.

Throughout the tournament we’ll bring you all the latest tips, odds and previews of the biggest fixtures. Head over to our sports betting page for all the latest Women’s World Cup predictions. It’s all set to be a tournament to remember, so don’t go missing out!