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Women’s World Cup Free Bets: Our comprehensive betting offers and tips

Women’s football is growing in popularity, with the last World Cup in 2015 in Canada being viewed as the turning point for the sport. It is no longer viewed as weaker than the men’s game, with fans flocking to the biggest stadiums in the world to see some of the biggest teams. The Wanda Metropolitano was filled to capacity for Atletico Madrid’s clash with Barcelona, while the women’s FA Cup final has grown in attendance by ten times in around six years. The stage is set in France this summer, with the action kicking off on June 7.

Women’s World Cup Betting Offers

We’ll let you know when any and all new enhanced odds and Women’s World Cup betting offers appear on the individual games, but each bookmaker has already got a huge amount of opportunities to bet on the matches, the outright winner and more. All of the major bookies are supplying their service, with Betfair, Paddy Power and Coral yet again at the forefront. Betfair, for example, may supply #OddsBoosts on the games, most likely involving England and Scotland, who carry the home nation hopes over the summer.

Women’s World Cup betting odds

The early favourites have already been announced and there aren’t too many surprises as to who is being backed by the bookies. The United States are heavily backed, with Alex Morgan, their taliswoman, expected to shine in France; they are joint favourites with the hosts France at 10/3 with Betfair. England, under the stewardship of former Manchester United defender Phil Neville, have an abundance of talent including captain Steph Houghton of Manchester City, Chelsea star Fran Kirby and their main striker, FC Barcelona’s Toni Duggan. Their Women’s World Cup betting odds are 11/2, alongside Germany, but recently winning the SheBelives Cup should give them great confidence coming into this game. An ageing Brazil team, though led by the record winner of the Ballon d’Or, Marta, are at a fairly high price of 20/1.

Women’s World Cup Enhanced Odds

As mentioned above, we will post every enhanced odds offer from the tournament on Freebets.co.uk. They could be on the eventual winner, they could be accumulators, or most commonly, they could be on individual matches. Most winnings are paid in free bets, giving you a bigger chance of winning big on the tournament over the next few weeks. It’s certainly not an opportunity to miss.

Women’s World Cup betting markets

There are plenty of different markets to bet on with the Women’s World Cup, and different bookmakers will offer different opportunities. The main ones are obvious; outright winner and odds for the individual matches, but each group winner, top scorer, Player of the Tournament and the best England player give other options. The likes of Alex Morgan, Toni Duggan, Marta and Stephx  Haughton are all very prominent in these markets, showing that there is real value right across the board if you are willing to search for it.

When is the Women’s World Cup?

The Women’s World Cup 2019 starts on June 7 and runs until July 7. There will be 24 teams competing across six confederations, meaning some third placed teams in the groups will progress to the knockout stages. There are nine host stadia in nine different cities; Paris, Lyon, Rennes, Le Havre, Valenciennes, Reims, Nice, Montpellier and Grenoble.

Women’s World Cup Betting Tips And Prediction

The Women’s World Cup will be a really exciting and entertaining month of football, and England will really believe they have a chance of going all the way. Phil Neville has a squad full of real talent all over the pitch; this is arguably the Lionesses’ best chance of going all the way and winning their first World Cup. The SheBelieves Cup was a great warm up for this challenge, especially with a win over the favourites the United States proves that. Only Germany have ever defended the crown, so there is provably more value in backing England, at 11/2, or the hosts France, who have a very good young squad, at 10/3 to go all the way with Betfair.

In terms of top scorer, there is real value in backing Brazil’s Marta at 25/1. Although the bookies really don’t fancy them, Brazil have great quality in attacking areas, courtesy of the 33-year-old. If she performs well, they could lift their first ever World Cup, but most likely is the USA’s Alex Morgan, at 13/2, who is also 5/1 to be Player of the Tournament. Nikita Parris, who won the Football Writers’ Footballer of the Year this season, is our tip to be top English scorer at 2/1, though Toni Duggan is an outside bet at 14/1.

FIFA womans world cup 2019 france-freebets.co.ukWomen’s World Cup Past Winners

This is the eighth year of the Women’s World Cup, which began in 1991. Below are the past winners.

1991 – United States

1995 – Norway

1999 – United States

2003 – Germany

2007 – Germany

2011 – Japan

2015 – United States

Women’s World Cup Live Streaming

The Women’s World Cup will be shown in its entirety on BBC in the UK, with extra content behind the ‘red button’ on the TV and on their website. It is free to air with no subscription and they’ll have every inch of the tournament covered.

Which Teams Are In The Women’s World Cup?

Here are the 24 teams, split into six groups of four:

Group A
France
Norway
South Korea
Nigeria
Group B
Germany
Spain
China
South Africa
Group C
Italy
Brazil
Australia
Jamaica
Group D
England
Scotland
Argentina
Japan
Group E
Netherlands
Canada
New Zealand
Cameroon
Group F
Sweden
United States
Chile
Thailand

Who Has The Most World Cup Wins?

There have only been seven Women’s World Cup tournaments, after it started in 1991. United States have the most wins with three, in 1991, 1999 and 2015.

How Often Is The Women’s World Cup?

The Women’s World Cup is every four years.

Who Won The Last Women’s World Cup?

The United States won the last World Cup in Canada in 2015, beating Japan 5-2 in the final in Vancouver. Carli Lloyd’s hat-trick helped them on the way to victory.

Who Will Host The 2019 Women’s World Cup?

France will host the 2019 Women’s World Cup, and are the joint-favourites, with holders the United States, to win their first crown on home soil, emulating the men 21 years ago.