World Cup 2026 Outright Betting Odds
We have all the latest World Cup 2026 outright betting odds for you here at BoyleSports as the dust settles on Qatar 2022.
What a FIFA World Cup that was! Did we just witness the greatest World Cup final of all time?
Perhaps the greatest player of all time, the little boy from Rosario, Argentina Lionel Messi finally got his hands on the trophy that had eluded him for so long.
And how about young Kylian Mbappe? A hat trick in a World Cup final at 23 years of age is one of the most incredible things we will ever see on a football pitch.
Now we look to the future and the next World Cup in 3-and-a-half years time hosted by the USA, Canada, and Mexico. Who will lift the famed Jules Rimet trophy at the 2026 FIFA World Cup?
Check out all the World Cup 2026 outright odds below!
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The Brazilians are one of the two joint favourites to win the World Cup in 2026. Our odds makers have installed Brazil at 6/1 to be the champions of the world at the next World Cup tournament.
Brazil have plenty of young talent with the likes of Vinicus Jr of Real Madrid and Antony of Man United both only 22 years old. This team were the favourites coming into this World Cup in Qatar but the age profile of their squad suggests that they will have a great chance to win their first World Cup since 2002 in 2026.
This year’s beaten finalists and 2018 World Cup champions France join Brazil for co-favouritism at 6/1 in the betting.
The French suffered many major injuries both in the lead up and during this World Cup but yet they still came within a penalty shootout of repeating as World Cup champions. Mbappe is their star man and he will still be in his prime come 2026 which will make France one of the teams to beat.
The Three Lions are 7/1 in the early outright betting for the 2026 FIFA World Cup. This looks to be a golden generation of English footballers with the likes of a budding young superstar in Jude Bellingham, midfield maestro Declan Rice and Man City playmaker Phil Foden entering their primes ahead of 2026.
If England’s young players continue to develop then this squad could be hard to beat in North America’s 2026 World Cup.
The 2022 World Cup champions Argentina are co-fourth favourites to defend their title in 2026 at 10/1. They will have to do so without the services of Lionel Messi who has declared that this was his last World Cup for his country.
Julian Alvarez of Man City and Enzo Fernandez of Benfica are supremely talented young players who will likely be the star men for Argentina in a little under four years time.
The Germans join Argentina at odds of 10/1 as joint-fourth favourites to win the 2026 World Cup.
Germany are the country with the second most World Cup trophies with four tournament wins. This is a country that consistently produces great footballing talent and Jamal Musiala already looks like he is on his way to be an international superstar at only 19 years old after impressive performances for his country in this competition.
The Spaniards have also been installed at odds of 10/1 by our odds makers.
Spain really impressed early in this World Cup with a 7-0 win over Costa Rica but they failed to take off from there and ultimately fell to Morocco in the round of 16. The Barcelona duo of Pedri and Gavi are being dubbed as the next Iniesta and Gavi and if they live up to their potential then Spain will be one of the contenders in 2026.
In 2026 they will surely be without the services of Cristiano Ronaldo who will be 41 by the time the next World Cup comes around. Still, there are plenty of young Portugal footballers to be excited about like Rafael Leao and Joao Felix who should be in their prime by the time the next World Cup takes place.
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The Netherlands are 16/1 to win the World Cup for the first time ever in 2026 despite having previously played in three finals.
Joining the Dutch at 16/1 is one of the tournament hosts, the USA. The Americans have made huge strides in recent years in developing young talent but it would be a massive step up to reach the level required to win their home World Cup in 2026.
Italy are 20/1 to reach the heights of 2006 when they were last crowned champions of the world after a victory over France in that year’s final. The Italians could be an interesting team to keep an eye on as 2026 approaches as they have had recent success at major tournaments (when they qualify) with a win in last summer’s Euros.
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