Where To Watch And How To Bet FIFA World Cup Games In Pennsylvania

Written By Corey Sharp on November 18, 2022 - Last Updated on November 22, 2022
Pulisic leads the US team into the 2022 World Cup.

The most popular sporting event in the world is upon us. The 2022 FIFA World Cup is set to kick off on Nov. 20 and run through Dec. 18 in Qatar.

There are a ton of great spots in Pennsylvania to watch a game. While you’re watching a match, there are plenty of ways to bet on the World Cup. Soccer fans can find a bunch of different markets for upcoming games and futures through Pennsylvania sportsbooks.

Odds to win 2022 FIFA World Cup

The defending champions of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, France, is among the top favorites to win the World Cup again this year.

DraftKings PA sportsbook has the following odds:

  • Brazil +350
  • Argentina +550
  • France +700
  • Spain +850
  • England +850
  • Germany +1000
  • Netherlands +1200
  • Portugal +1600
  • Belgium +1800
  • Denmark +2200
  • Uruguay +4000
  • Croatia +5000

USA has the 16th-best odds, tied with Mexico, at +13000.

Caesars PA sportsbook offers slightly different odds before the start of the event:

  • Brazil +375
  • Argentina +500
  • France +650
  • Spain +850
  • England +1000
  • Germany +1000
  • Netherlands +1400
  • Portugal +1400
  • Belgium +1600
  • Denmark +2800
  • Uruguay +4000
  • Croatia +5000

USA is tied for the 14th-best odds with Mexico at +10000.

Different ways to bet on the 2022 FIFA World Cup

The easiest way to bet on a World Cup game is simply betting the moneyline in regular time, which does not include overtime or shootouts.

For example, for Qatar’s first game against Ecuador, bettors can bet the following on DraftKings:

  • Qatar to win in regular time: +230
  • Ecuador to win in regular time: +140
  • Draw: +205

Bettors can also wager on a draw no bet, meaning if the game ends in a draw, the sportsbook views it as a push:

  • Qatar: +125
  • Ecuador: -160

Totals and spreads are also available, but heavily juiced. For Qatar-Ecuador, the over of 2.5 is +160 and the under is -210.

Bettors that don’t bet on the outcome of a game can look at various props and specials, such as group winner to win the World Cup, selecting a specific team to win the group and highest scoring group.

On FanDuel PA sportsbook, bettors can bet on the stage of elimination for a certain team.

DraftKings also offers total specials:

  • 0-0 draws in the tournament: Over 4.5 (-120) / Under 4.5 (-120)
  • Draws in the tournament: Over 14.5 (-140) / Under 14.5 (+100)
  • Tournament red cards: Over 8.5 (-120) / Under 8.5 (+100)
  • Tournament yellow cards: Over 220.5 (-110) / Under 220.5 (-110)

US Men’s Soccer odds and schedule for 2022 FIFA World Cup

USA is in Group B along with Wales, Iran and England, and the schedule is as follows. Games can be viewed on TV on FOX, FS1 or Telemundo. Streaming options include Peacock, Fubo, SlingTV and Vidgo.

  • Monday, Nov. 21, 2 p.m.: USA vs. Wales
  • Friday, Nov. 25, 2 p.m.: USA vs. England
  • Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2 p.m.: USA vs. Iran

USA is a short favorite on DraftKings for its opening match:

  • USA to win in regular time: +165
  • Wales to win in regular time: +195
  • Draw: +195

In the draw no bet market, USA is -125 and Wales is -105.

USA is +500 with Wales to win Group B. England is the favorite at -280.

Hershey, PA’s own Christian Pulisic is a top player on the US and he’s the favorite to lead the US in goal scoring at +300 on DraftKings.

USA did not qualify for the World Cup in 2018 for the first time since 1986.

Outside of finishing in third place in 1930, the USMNT has never made it past the quarterfinal round. The last time they got there was in 2002.

Watch the World Cup at soccer bars across PA

What’s better than watching the World Cup with friends? Visiting the Premier League website gives you access to view the best soccer bars across Pennsylvania.

Some good soccer bars in the Greater Philadelphia area include:

  • Misconduct Tavern
  • Founding Fathers
  • O’Neal’s Irish Pub

Some good soccer bars in the Greater Pittsburgh area include:

  • Cupka’s Cafe
  • Thunderbird Cafe

World Cup promos at PA sportsbooks

Pennsylvania sportsbooks are offering plenty of promos to celebrate the World Cup from kicking off.

Here are some of the following:

DraftKings PA Sportsbook

  • Place a $5+ pregame moneyline bet and win $150 if your bet wins
  • Users can also claim the welcome offer of $50 Free Bet On Deposit + 20% Up To $1,000 On Deposit
  • First time DraftKings Sportsbook customers only
  • Make a deposit of $5+ into your Sportsbook account
  • Bonus paid as six (6) $25 Free Bets
  • Free Bets valid for seven (7) days. For the avoidance of doubt, the seven (7) day completion period is measured as 168 hours from the time the Free Bets are placed in the customer’s Sportsbook account. Failure to use the Free Bets will void the award
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FanDuel PA Sportsbook

  • New Users – Bet $5, Get $125 in Free Bets
  • To claim, new users need to register, make a first-time deposit, and then simply place their first real-money wager on FanDuel Sportsbook on any live sport market during the timeframe of the offer. The user will receive $125 in free bets within 72 hours regardless of win/lose
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  • Players that place a $25 and higher bet on any World Cup Match will get a $10 Free Bet for any LIVE World Cup Bet
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Corey Sharp is the Lead Writer at PlayPennsylvania bringing you comprehensive coverage of sports betting and gambling in Pennsylvania. Corey is a 4-for-4 Philly sports fan and previously worked as a writer and editor for the Philadelphia Inquirer and NBC Sports Philadelphia.

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