Women’s soccer is finally getting the attention it deserves and the 2019 World Cup in France is only going to increase the sport’s popularity in the coming months.
It’s going to be a magnificent tournament, with Women’s World Cup betting markets more expansive than ever before.
Here at BestSportsBooks.ca we’re ready and waiting for the tournament, with all the best Women’s World Cup odds, tips, offers and more.
If you’re looking to bet on the 2019 Women’s World Cup you’ve come to the right place, with all you need to know found below.
The 2019 edition of the tournament could be one of the closest for some years with a number of nation’s expected to go toe-to-toe for the title.
Hosts, France are being given the same price with home advantage expected to play a part, with Germany and England also among the favourites at +550 and +700 respectively.
All four have a fantastic chance, with some of the world’s best players lining up in the squads.
Canada are being given an outside shot at +2000, just behind 2015 runners up, Japan at +1400.
The outright odds to win the Women’s World Cup 2019 are as follows:
It’s always difficult to look past the USA when it comes to the World Cup and once again they’ll be the team to beat this summer.
However, there are a number of teams who have every chance. England could prove dark horses at +700, with the side finishing third four years ago and recently beating France 4-1, as well a stringing together some impressive performances against Germany and the USA.
They’ll likely top Group D, where they are -143 favourites, where Canada or the Netherlands will beckon in the knockout stages.
Germany and Brazil also have favourable journeys to the latter rounds, with Group A arguably the toughest with France, Norway, South Korea and Nigeria.
France and Norway will be favoured to go through, with both having candidates for Top Goalscorer.
Amandine Henry (+500) and Ada Hegerberg (+2000) are well worth a free bet on as outsiders for the Golden Boot, and should either get on a run that could put them well in the running to get to the latter stages.
All eyes will be on Hegerberg, following her 2018 Ballon d’Or win and she’ll certainly be one of the poster girls considering she plays in Lyon, the city where the Final will be held.
France welcomes the FIFA Women’s World Cup on June 7, 2019, finishing on July 7, when the final is held in the Parc Olympique Lyonnais.
The venue is one of nine to host matches, with the following cities also welcoming fixtures across the tournament:
Games take place almost every day across the month, with the each stage falling on the following dates:
Group Stage: June 7 – 20, 2019
Round of 16: June 22 – 25, 2019
Quarter Finals: June 27 – 29, 2019
Semi Finals: July 2 – 3, 2019
Third Place Playoff: July 6, 2019
Final: July 7, 2019
Canada are considered outsiders for the tournament at +2000 having finished fourth as a previous best back in 2003.
They are fancied to get through the group, alongside the Netherlands, but it will be difficult when it comes to the Round of 16, where they could meet England.
Unibet are pricing them as favourite to get through at +100, but the Netherlands aren’t far behind at +150.
The side made it through to the Quarter Final four years ago, where they were knocked out by the Three Lions, so they will be wanting to avoid the same happening once more.
They have beaten England recently and are on a good run of form in the build up to France 2019, with Christine Sinclair getting on the scoresheet a number of times.
The Portland striker is a +1700 shot to win the Golden Boot, behind the likes of Carli Lloyd (+400) and Alex Morgan (+450) of the USA and Dzsenifer Marozsan (+600) of Germany.
The Women’s World Cup 2019 will be streamed and shown live all across the world, with three Canadian networks showing the tournament.
CTV, RDS and TSN will broadcast the event on television and via their on demand services, while you’ll also find many sportsbooks offering live streaming, commentary and live betting World Cup odds.
You can find all the best sportsbooks offering live streaming services and how to watch the Women’s World Cup on our live streaming page.