Women’s World Cup 2023 odds: USA lines to win it all Down Under

We are still a year away from FIFA Women’s World Cupbut punters are already budgeting for the team they could support in 2023. And as for the odds table, the reigning world champion United States are at the top.

The United States Women’s National Team (USWNT) qualified for the 2023 World Cup after beating Jamaica 5-0 in the CONCACAF Women’s Championship. Although there is still quite a bit of football to be played between now and next year’s show in Australia and New Zealand, the Americans currently have a leg up on their competition.

Not only are they the reigning world champions, they are the favorites to win the Cup again next year. Led by a mix of veterans like captain Becky Sauerbrunn and backed by fresher faces like Sophia Smith, many players are banking on these stellar athletes to create football magic again next year.

It’s never too early to look at title odds, so let’s dive into unreachable championship odds via FOX Bet.

USA WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM WORLD CUP 2023 OODS*

USA: +200 (bet $10 to win $30 in total)
England: +400 (bet $10 to win $50 in total)
France: +550 (bet $10 to win $65 in total)
Sweden: +600 (bet $10 to win $70 in total)
Germany: +600 (bet $10 to win $70 in total)
Netherlands: +700 (bet $10 to win $80 in total)

*quotes as of 07/18/2022

According to FOX Sports Research, when the USWNT won the title three years ago in France, they entered the tournament as co-favorites to win it all (+350). The most recent World Cup also came when Megan Rapinoe won the tiebreaker with teammate Alex Morgan to win the Golden Boot (award for most goals scored) after both players scored six goals.

Going back even further, in 2015 the team also had the best odds of any country at +300. Familiar names like Rapinoe, Carli Lloyd and Hope Solo helped lead the charge when they won the Cup in Canada seven years ago.

FOX Sports football expert David Mosse noted that the USWNT could be on its way to cementing itself in the football history books next year.

“No country has won three consecutive World Cups for men or women,” Mosse explained. “But if Catarina Macario comes back strong and young people like Sophia Smith continue to grow, the United States is more than capable of accomplishing that feat.”

Will the women’s team make history in 2023? Stay tuned to FOX Sports to follow the odds ahead of next year!

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