Belgium World Cup Odds: Full Qatar 2022 guide

Belgium were among the favourites at Russia 2018 and a third-placed finish was a strong return on expectations going into the tournament four years ago, though there was naturally disappointment.

They have reached at least the quarter-finals at each of the past two tournaments, which helps to explain why they are widely ranked among the favourites with Belgium World Cup odds very popular. Football fans who are browsing Belgium to win World Cup odds will find that taking a bit of time to shop around for the best possible odds is worthwhile as it will maximise their potential profits.

Our full guide to Belgium World Cup odds has all the information you need, so read on for more details.

Belgium World Cup odds

Belgium are right up there among the favourites to win the tournament at Qatar 2022. However, the Belgium World Cup odds do show that there are a handful of teams being favoured more than them.

The best Belgium World Cup odds right now seem to be from 888Sport, which has priced them up at the 11/1 mark to lift the Jules Rimet trophy for the first time in the country’s footballing history.

Some believe that the tournament falling during the winter months for the first time ever could lead to an unexpected winner, which is something in the favour of those backing Belgium to win the World Cup.

Belgium’s World Cup 2022 schedule

Belgium have a bit of a wait to get their Qatar 2022 up and running as they are in the second half of the draw. But the good news for Roberto Mancini’s side is that their draw does not look too daunting.

Croatia are likely to be the strongest opposition for Belgium in the group stage, as they went all the way to the final at Russia 2018, though a lot of their star players are at the end of their careers now. Canada and Morocco should not pose too many problems for Belgium, however, so their chances of going through from Group F and into the knockout rounds of Qatar 2022 seem to be very strong.

Belgium will be satisfied enough with their draw, so let’s have a closer look at Belgium World Cup odds.

  • Belgium to win the World Cup: 11/1 with 888Sport
  • Belgium to reach the World Cup final: 5/1 with 888Sport
  • Belgium to reach the World Cup semi-finals: 12/5 with 888Sport
  • Belgium to reach the World Cup quarter-finals: 5/6 with 888Sport
  • Belgium to win Group F: 1/2 with 888Sport

Can Belgium win it all?

Belgium have often been said to be enjoying a ‘golden generation’ of talent, but time could be running out to get the most out of an undoubtedly talented group of players.

Some football fans felt that their best chance of World Cup glory was actually at Russia 2018, but reaching the semi-finals of the tournament for the first time ever was still a sign of strong progress.

International teams often make gains in increments so the fact that Belgium have had a taste of going deep into the competition is a good thing for anyone browsing Belgium to win World Cup odds.

While this could be the last tournament for some of the ‘golden generation’ of players within the squad, the likes of Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku are around their peak.

Eden Hazard will be one of the key players if Belgium are to go all the way at Qatar 2022. Injury issues have ruined the past few years of Hazard’s career and he has struggled since joining Real Madrid. The World Cup is a stage for the greatest players in the world to shine, though, so Hazard will surely be determined to be as fit as possible ahead of the big kick off at Qatar 2022 this November.

Belgium should qualify from Group F without too many problems and they are expected to top the pool. That would see them through to face the runners-up from Group E in the next round. Unfortunately for those weighing up Belgium to win the World Cup odds, that seems set to be either Spain or Germany.

That would be a major test for Belgium but they did beat Brazil en route to the Russia 2018 semis.

Come through a testing tie against Spain or Germany and Belgium’s likeliest opponents in the World Cup quarter-finals could be Portugal, which is a match they would probably go into as the favourites.

Being in the same section as Spain and Germany ensures an early test for Belgium, but their experience at Russia 2018 counts in their favour and the Belgium to win World Cup odds are certainly good value.


What Belgium World Cup odds are available?
Most of the top betting sites around have a variety of tempting Belgium World Cup odds including a market for them to top their section, or to win the whole thing and lift the Jules Rimet trophy. It is also possible to bet on Belgium to reach the World Cup quarter-finals, the semi-finals or even the final.

What are the Belgium to win World Cup odds?
Around five or six different teams are ahead of Belgium when it comes to the favourites to win the World Cup, including holders France and South American rivals Brazil and Argentina. The top Belgium to win World Cup odds seem to be from 888Sport right now, which is currently offering a good price of 11/1.