soccer odds

On this page you will find all the latest Soccer Futures odds for the major soccer tournaments around the world such as:

  • MLS (Major League Soccer)
  • FIFA World Cup
  • UEFA Champions League
  • English Premier League

There’s also Soccer Futures markets offering odds all the other major European soccer leagues such as La Liga (Spain), Ligue 1 (France), Serie A (Italy), the Bundesliga (Germany), Primeira Liga (Portugal) and many more.

For more information on betting on the Soccer Futures markets check out the FAQ section at the bottom of this page.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the most popular tournaments for Soccer Futures betting?

    The FIFA World Cup, UEFA European Football Championship and CONMEBOl Copa America are the most popular international tournaments.

    In international club soccer, the UEFA Champions League, Europa League and Copa Libertadores are the major betting tournaments, while in domestic club soccer it’s the English Premier League (EPL), La Liga (Spain), Bundesliga (Germany), Serie A (Italy), Ligue 1 (France) and the MLS (USA).

  • What are the main soccer tournaments around the world?

    The World Cup takes place every four years and is the biggest betting event in soccer.

    In terms of international club soccer, the UEFA Champions League is the biggest tournament, featuring as it does the leading European club teams. The English Premier League (EPL) is the most popular domestic soccer league to bet on.

  • When and where is the next World Cup?

    The World Cup finals take place every four years, traditionally in the months of June and July. However, due to the summer heat in the country, World Cup 2022 is scheduled to take place in Qatar from 21 November to 18 December 2022.

  • Who are the favorites for World Cup 2022?

    The defending champions, France, are the current favorites to successfully defend their title at World Cup 2022. Brazil, Spain and Germany will all be strong contenders, and you can’t discount the chances of Belgium, Argentina, Italy, England and the Netherlands.

    The USA failed to qualify for World Cup 2018, but have some excellent young players and, although unlikely to win the tournament, they could do well at big odds in Qatar.

  • Which teams have the most World Cup wins?

    Brazil has recorded five World Cup titles. The most successful nations with regards to winning the World Cup are:

    Brazil - 5
    Germany (including as West Germany) – 4
    Italy – 4
    Argentina – 2
    France – 2
    Uruguay – 2
    England – 1
    Spain - 1

  • Where & when is the final of Champions League 2021-22?

    The Champions League 2021-22 final is scheduled to be played at The Krestovsky Stadium in Saint Petersburg, Russia on 28 May 2022.

  • What’s the best betting advice & strategies for Soccer Futures betting?

    Sportsbooks are always looking to attract new customers and many use the incentive of sign-up bonuses in the form of free betting credits once you have made your first deposit.

    These can be used to have a risk free bet on a big forthcoming soccer tournament, such as the World Cup, Champions League, EPL or MLS.

    When betting on a tournament outright winner, it is sensible to consider the depth of a team’s roster and not to put too much faith in just one or two marquee players.

    In club soccer, finances can play a significant factor. The clubs that can spend the most money on player and coaching recruitment and salaries generally have the most success.

    Those clubs with recent experience of winning tournaments often go on to gain further success in the future.

  • What Futures bets are available on the EPL?

    In addition to wagering on the outright winner of the English Premier League, there are also Future bets available on markets such as the 'Top Goalscorer', 'Relegation Betting' and to 'Finish in the Top Four'.

  • When do the major European domestic league seasons take place?

    The European domestic league seasons generally run from around August to May, with most taking a short winter break of a week or two around Christmas or shortly thereafter.