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2026 FIFA World Cup Winner Betting Odds - Who will win the 2026 World Cup?

Last updated: 20 Nov 2023
Ben Darvill 20 Nov 2023
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  • The 2026 World Cup will be held in Canada, Mexico and the USA 
  • Argentina are the reigning champions
  • Which side will triumph at the 2026 FIFA World Cup?
Lionel Messi of Argentina lifts the FIFA World Cup trophy (Getty Images)
Lionel Messi of Argentina lifts the FIFA World Cup trophy (Getty Images)

The 2022 World Cup brought all of the sublime football that people had craved, with matches and goals of the highest quality right the way across the World Cup in Qatar. 

Ultimately, it was left to Lionel Messi and Argentina to lift the World Cup in Qatar, and the reigning world champions are currently $9.00 with bet365 to defend their crown in 2026, but are they the favourites?

World Cup Winner
England $7.50
Germany $11.00
Italy $21.00
Rest of the field$34.00+
Note: Odds from bet365. Correct on 20/11/2023
Despite falling to a heartbreaking defeat to Argentina in the 2022 final, France are currently the joint-favourites to avenge their loss and lift the World Cup at $6.50 with bet365

Brazil are also $6.50, with England available at $7.50. The trio are currently ahead of reigning world champions Argentina ($9.00), with Spain ($10.00) and Germany ($11.00) just behind them. 

With the competition being played every four years, teams will rise and fall as the strains and stress of the footballing calendar take their toll. 

It simply means that the side at the summit of the betting will likely change consistently as new talent emerges, old heads retire and managers are brought in and sacked. A team like France, with all of their young and world class talent, will stay near the summit over the next few years, but this does not mean they are definitely the side to back. 

If you can nail a bet a few years in advance, you will likely enjoy good odds on the sides outside of the favourite. However, many look to hold off on making a bet too early, with footballing dynasties often falling. Just look at the way in which Germany and Spain have struggled in recent years, with all of their talent merely culminating in early exits from the competition. 

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