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The 2022 World Cup sparked great offers from New York sportsbooks. Although the World Cup is over, these links still unlock great promos on current sports events. Click the links to explore the offers.  

🔥  FanDuel's World Cup Same Game Parlay Insurance
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World Cup 2022 Betting: World Cup Free Bets and Promo Codes

Below is our list of World Cup free bets from our trusted New York sportsbooks. Don’t forget to open multiple accounts to take advantage of the numerous markets available and get the best World Cup odds. 

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Once you picked your World Cup sportsbooks, review the odds below for the different betting markets available and use the sign up bonuses to take advantage of the free bets or first bet insurance. As you can see, there are lots of great options – and soon New York World Cup free bets – to make 2022 World Cup betting a month of fun.

World Cup 2022 Betting Odds: Favorites To Win

The top 6 nations in the conversation this year had won the World Cup at least once. Here are the latest odds, from PointsBet Sportsbook New York in the second column and BetRivers New York in the fourth. And the Cup stayed in that family as Argentina topped France in a spectacular final.

🇫🇷  France-110🇫🇷  France-115
🇦🇷  Argentina-110🇦🇷  Argentina-108
NY World Cup Free Bets4 Second Chance Bets Up To $200 EachBet $50, Get $100, Promo: XSTAKES
Odds Last VerifiedDecember 15, 2022

Croatia defeated Morocco for third place.

2022 World Cup Betting Markets

The 2022 World Cup opened play November 20. The first match was between the host nation, Qatar, and Ecuador. 

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This every-four-years soccer spectacular is a betting extravaganza – FIFA, the worldwide governing body of the sport, estimated that $155 billion was wagered legally in 2018, an average of $2.4 billion per match over 64 matches. Of course, the final was the king, with an estimated $8.2 billion bet on that match alone. With that much money at stake, all sportsbooks in the U.S. are already open taking wagers.

2022 World Cup Betting: Wagers You Can Make

There will be scores of betting options for the 2022 World Cup, from tournament winner to how far teams will advance, to top scorers, whether or not there will be a first-time winner, how the USA will do and more. Here is a look at some of the more likely wagers.

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Reach Final, Reach Semifinal And Reach Quarterfinal

The lower the bar, the more likely teams are to reach them. Favorites are less than twice as likely to hit with each step down. Longshots are more than twice as likely to reach a lower level of success. There are no ties at this stage of the tournament – every game is a win-or-go-home contest.

These pre-tournament odds are from Caesars Sportsbook New York show the odds progressions.

🇧🇷 Brazil to win+400
To reach final+250
To reach semifinals+125
To reach quarterfinals-250
🇺🇸 USA to win+10000
To reach final+4000
To reach semifinals+1200
To reach quarterfinals+450
Odds Last VerifiedOctober 26, 2022



🥇 Grab Caesar’s NY World Cup Promo Of Up To $1,250

The World Cup, held only every four years, is unmatched globally as the largest event. So it would make sense to use the largest sports betting promotion out there. And that offer is Caesar’s New York Up To $1,250, plus 1,000 tier credits and 1,000 reward credits. That covers your first wager, making it a no-lose proposition. You’ll either get a win and the cash, or you’ll get bet credits so you can keep wagering. Caesars will cover that first wager up to $1,250, and you’ll also get credits in programs that will help you remain a happy Caesar’s customer. Picking a group winner is fun, but it’s also nice to grab a long-shot team that qualifies for the knockout stage. Costa Rica and Cameroon did it in 1990. Saudi Arabia in 1994. Senegal in 2002. And of course North Korea in 1966. So sign up with Caesar’s Sportsbook NY and pick your shocker team to qualify for the knockout stage.



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Golden Boot Winner

The top goal scorer is recognized with the Golden Boot, a prestigious award for the player who delivered huge on the largest stage. Here are the players most favored to win the Golden Boot, with odds from BetRivers Sportsbook NY.

Kylian Mbappé, France, -106Olivier Giroud, France, +1300
Lionel Messi, Argentina, -106Hakim Ziyech, Morocco, +10000
Julián Alvarez, Argentina, +1300Andrej Kramarić, Croatia, +25000

Team success is important – the longer the team is alive, the more matches to put the ball in the net. Scheme is important as well, as some sides play a more defensive style and others have a well-rounded attack that produces goals from multiple players. 

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Individual Games

This is a soccer and betting festival that mimics the opening rounds of the NCAA Basketball Tournament, but with a different format (group stage and knockout stage). There are multiple matches every day for the first 16 days, and because the event is being held in Qatar – seven hours ahead of U.S. Eastern Time – there are lots of daytime opportunities to watch and wager. There are even four matches on Thanksgiving Day. The event being in Qatar also accounts for the November-December timeframe, which is reasonably cooler than summer there.

USA Schedule
Nov. 21, noonUSA 1, Wales 1. Tie (+200)
Nov. 25, noonEngland 0, USA 0; Tie (+310)
Nov. 29, noonUSA 1, Iran 0; USA (-120)
Dec. 3Netherlands (-115), USA (+333); 2.5 goals Over (+125), Under (-175)

Game odds for USA and Christian Pulisic (above) from BetMGM Sportsbook subject to change. Last updated November 30, 2022.

The United States has qualified from Group Stage five times (1930, 1994, 2002, 2010, 2014 and 2022) and has one knockout round victory, 2-0 vs. Mexico in 2002. Its all-time World Cup record is 9-19-8.

Full Schedule 

Sunday, November 20
Ecuador 2, Qatar 0

Monday, November 21
England 6, Iran 2 | Netherlands 2, Senegal 0 | USA 1, Wales 1

Tuesday, November 22
Saudi Arabia 2, Argentina 1 | Denmark 0, Tunisia 0 | Mexico 0, Poland 0 | France 4, Australia 1

Wednesday, November 23
Morocco 0, Croatia 0 | Japan 2, Germany 1 | Spain 7, Costa Rica 0 | Belgium 1, Canada 0

Thursday, November 24
Switzerland 1, Cameroon 0 | Uruguay 0, South Korea 0 | Portugal 3, Ghana 2 | Brazil 2, Serbia 0

Friday, November 25
Iran 2, Wales 0 | Senegal 3, Qatar 1 | Netherlands 1, Ecuador 1 | England 0, USA 0

Saturday, November 26
Australia 1, Tunisia 0 | Poland 2, Saudi Arabia 0 | France 2, Denmark 1 | Argentina 2, Mexico 0

Sunday, November 27
Costa Rica 1, Japan 0 | Morocco 2, Belgium 0 | Croatia 4, Canada 1 | Spain 1, Germany 1 

Monday, November 28
Cameroon 3, Serbia 3 | Ghana 3, South Korea 2 | Brazil 1, Switzerland 0 | Portugal 2, Uruguay 0

Tuesday, November 29
Netherlands 2, Qatar 0 | Senegal 2, Ecuador 1 | USA 1, Iran 0 | England 3, Wales 0

Wednesday, November 30
Australia 1, Denmark 0 | Tunisia 1, France 0 | Argentina 2, Poland 0 | Mexico 2, Saudi Arabia 1

Thursday, December 1
Croatia 0, Belgium 0 | Morocco 2, Canada 1 | Japan 2, Spain 1 | Germany 4, Costa Rica 2

Friday, December 2
Uruguay 2, Ghana 0 | South Korea 2, Portugal 1 | Switzerland 3, Serbia 2 | Cameroon 1, Brazil 0

Saturday, December 3 (Round Of 16)
Netherlands 3, USA 1 | Argentina 2, Australia 1

Sunday, December 4
England 3, Senegal 0 | France 3, Poland 1

Monday, December 5
Croatia 1 (3 PK), Japan 1 (1 PK) | Brazil 4, South Korea 1

Tuesday, December 6
Morocco 0 (3 PK), Spain 0 (0 PK) | Portugal 6, Switzerland 1

Friday, December 9 (Quarterfinals)
Argentina 2 (4 PK), Netherlands 2 (3 PK) | Croatia 1 (4 PK), Brazil 1 (2 PK)

Saturday, December 10
France 2, England 1 | Morocco 1, Portugal 0

Tuesday, December 13 (Semifinals)
Argentina 3, Croatia 0

Wednesday, December 14
France 2, Morocco

Saturday, December 17 (Third-Place Game)
Croatia 2, Morocco 1

Sunday, December 18 (World Cup Final)
Argentina 3 (4 PK), France 3 (2 PK)

New York Sportsbooks Expect to Be Busy During 2022 World Cup 

The Empire State has quickly become the national leader in sports betting handle, less than a year after launching online wagering within its boundaries.

In total, New York sportsbooks have raked in more than $11 billion in handle since January, the most in the country during that span.

As we approach the opening kickoff of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, EmpireStakes.com wanted to project how the state of New York would do, wager-wise, during the event.

Based off data collected by the American Gaming Association, we have a ballpark projection for how much will be wagered on the matches in Doha ($1.8 billion) nationally and can use the year-to-date sports betting handle total ($63.735 billion) to come up with a projection.

Because New York sports betting has between 18% and 19% of the national betting total each month, the estimate for legal World Cup betting in the state is from $230 million to $245 million.

AGA: Americans To Wager $1.8B on World Cup 

The aforementioned AGA World Cup survey found American bettors will wager $1.8 billion on the event, which bodes well for the New York market in the month ahead.

The AGA survey found most Americans who bet on the World Cup will do so online, largely through New York’s existing sportsbook applications.

The AGA’s survey found that 72% of bettors will place their wagers through legal sportsbooks or a bookie, with the rest coming through pools and other communal forms of betting.

When you include the additional 28% of potential revenue, you can pin New York’s World Cup wagering potential anywhere from $320 to $340 million, which would be the top market in the country.

The AGA’s survey found 9.8 million, or 48% of the 20.5 million adults who plan to wager on the 2022 World Cup, plan to do so on their phones or computers. Those folks can take advantage of New York sports betting offers at EmpireStakes.com.

World Cup History

There have been 21 World Cups and eight nations have won it all – Brazil (5 times), Italy (4), Germany (4), Uruguay (2), Argentina (2), France (2), England (1) and Spain (1). 

All World Cup Winners

1930  🇺🇾  Uruguay1966  🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿  England1994  🇧🇷  Brazil
1934  🇮🇹  Italy1970  🇧🇷  Brazil1998  🇫🇷  France
1938  🇮🇹  Italy1974  🇩🇪  West Germany2002  🇧🇷  Brazil
1950  🇺🇾  Uruguay1978  🇦🇷  Argentina2006  🇮🇹  Italy
1954  🇩🇪  West Germany1982  🇮🇹  Italy2010  🇪🇸  Spain
1958  🇧🇷  Brazil1986  🇦🇷  Argentina2014  🇩🇪  Germany
1962  🇧🇷  Brazil1990  🇩🇪  West Germany2018  🇫🇷  France

Among previous champions, only Italy, ranked No. 6 in the world, did not qualify for this World Cup.

Most Goals Scored In A Single World Cup

🥇  Just Fontaine, France (1958), 13 
⭐  Sandor Kocsis, Hungary (1954), 11 
⭐  Gerd Muller West Germany (1970), 10
⭐  Ferreira Eusebio, Portugal (1966), 9
⭐  Guillermo Stabile, Argentina (1930), 8
⭐  Leonidas da Silva, Brazil (1938), 8
⭐  Ronaldo, Brazil (2002), 8
 

The past 5 Golden Boot winners are England’s Harry Kane (2018, 7 goals), Colombia’s James Rodríguez (2014, 6), Germany’s Thomas Müller (2010, 5), Germany’s Miroslav Klose (2006, 5) and Croatia’s Davor Suker (2002, 6). None of those players were on teams that won that year’s World Cup.

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