As the world prepares to descend on Qatar for the FIFA World Cup 2022, the question on everyone’s minds is who will lift the trophy? With so many strong teams in contention, it’s impossible to know for sure, but that hasn’t stopped the experts from making their predictions.

According to the latest odds, Brazil is the favourite to take home the title, followed closely by favourites France and defending champions Germany. However, with a number of other strong teams in the mix, including England, Spain, and Belgium, it’s anyone’s guess who will come out on top.

Of course, no matter who you’re backing, the important thing is to enjoy the tournament and savour every moment. With so many great teams and players on show, there’s sure to be plenty of drama, excitement, and goals galore. So strap in and get ready for what promises to be an unforgettable World Cup.

FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualified Teams

The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 will be played from 20 November to 18 December in Qatar. The FIFA World Cup is the most watched and followed sporting event in the world, with a global television audience of over one billion people. Since this will be the first FIFA World Cup to be held in the Arab region, it is anticipated that this number will be even higher for the Qatar tournament. The competition will feature 32 national teams, with a minimum of three matches being played by each team. The FIFA World Cup final will take place on 18 December 2022 at the newly built 80,000-capacity Lusail Stadium in Doha, Qatar. 

The 32 FIFA World Cup 2022 stadiums are spread across eight host cities: Doha (the capital), Al Wakrah, Al Khor, Madinat ash Shamal, Al Rayyan, Umm Salal, Lusail, and Dukhan. All the stadiums have been purpose-built or renovated for FIFA World Cup 2022, ensuring they meet FIFA’s stringent quality and safety standards. With a total capacity of nearly one million spectators, Qatar’s FIFA World Cup stadiums are set to provide an unforgettable experience for all who attend.

Following an extensive bidding process involving all 211 member associations of FIFA, Qatar was selected as the host nation for FIFA World Cup 2022. It marks the first time the FIFA World Cup will be held in the Arab world and only the second time it has been held in Asia (after Japan/Korea in 2002). Get ready for a historic event! Here are the FIFA World Cup 2022 teams who qualified for the epic trophy!

Group A
Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, and Netherlands
Group B
England, IR Iran, USA, and Wales
Group C 
Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, and Poland
Group D
France, Australia, Denmark, and Tunisia
Group E 
Spain, Costa Rica, Germany, and Japan
Group F 
Belgium, Canada, Morocco, and Croatia
Group G 
Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, and Cameroon
Group H
Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, and Korea Republic


Top 10 FIFA World Cup teams to bet on

The FIFA World Cup is one of the most prestigious sports tournaments. Held every four years, the World Cup is a month-long event that features the best soccer teams from around the globe. This summer’s edition will be held in Qatar, and it is shaping up to be one of the most hotly contested tournaments in recent memory. 

On the field, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo’s FIFA teams are looking for one last shot at glory with their respective countries, while Kylian Mbappé is looking to cement his status as the game’s next big star. Brazil is also bidding for a record-extending sixth title. Off the field, there is plenty of intrigue as well, with FIFA’s decision to award the tournament to Qatar coming under scrutiny. With so much on the line, FIFA World Cup team betting has never been more popular. When it comes to picking a winner, there is no clear favourite, which makes for an exciting and unpredictable tournament. No matter who you root for, the FIFA World Cup will surely be a must-watch event this summer.

Here are the top 10 FIFA World Cup teams based on FIFA team rankings that could be worth a bet!

Country World Cup Betting Odds on BTC365
Brazil +450
France +600
England +550
Argentina +700
Spain +750
Germany +900
Belgium +1000
Portugal +1200
Netherlands +1400
Denmark +2800


Brazil’s impressive performance in recent friendlies has led many to believe they are the favourites to win the FIFA World Cup 2022. The Selecao’s forward line is in excellent form, with Neymar leading the way. However, it is worth noting that Gabriel Jesus missed Brazil’s recent victories over Ghana and Tunisia. This indicates that Brazil’s football team has enough depth in its squad to cope without one of its key players. In addition, Brazil’s midfield and defence are also very strong. Consequently, Brazil is undoubtedly the team to beat this year’s World Cup.


France’s poor performance in the FIFA 2022 Nations League has been a cause for concern for fans of the defending champions. France won just one of their six Nations League matches and narrowly avoided relegation from the competition. Worse still, they were beaten twice by Denmark, whom they will meet again in the group-stages in Qatar. France’s injury concerns over the likes of Paul Pogba, N’Golo Kante and Jules Kounde, as well as question marks over Kylian Mbappe’s attitude, suggest that not all is well for Didier Deschamps. So, while France may have the most talented squad on paper, they certainly look beatable.


England has gone backward since reaching the Euro 2020 final just over a year ago. Gareth Southgate will lead the most talented Three Lions squad in over a decade in Qatar. Still, tough questions are now being asked about whether he is the right manager to get the best out of them. The England team, who reached the FIFA World Cup 2018 semi-finals and the UEFA Nations League finals in 2019, beat Croatia 4-3 in their opening game at Wembley Stadium on Sunday. However, they were beaten 2-1 by Scotland at Hampden Park on Saturday and were held to a 0-0 draw against Denmark at home on Tuesday evening. England’s only other game since reaching the Euro 2020 final was a 1-0 victory over Belgium in October 2020. It is clear that England has not progressed as a team since then, and there are now serious doubts about whether they can go all the way in Qatar.


Argentina will be happy with their April group stage draw, as they are slated to face Mexico, Poland, and Saudi Arabia. With Nicolas Otamendi dealing with Robert Lewandowski, Lionel Scaloni has a few sleepless nights between now and November. Still, on the whole, the Copa America champions look well-placed to make a deep run. Messi is back in form for club and country. At the same time, Scaloni has fostered a togetherness and spirit within his squad that has the potential to carry them all the way. Argentina’s FIFA 2022 campaign begins in November!


The Spain national team will be battling against Germany and other countries in Group E. Spain is a team laden with experience and quality. They will be looking to replicate their performance from 2010. The current squad has a mix of players capable of causing damage to any team in the World Cup. Spain has found it difficult to replicate their outing in 2010, despite having fielded a world-class team in the past. Pending the final shortlist of players, Coach Enrique has the likes of Carvajal, Busquets, Morata, Ramos, Azplicueta, and Alba. They all bring a vast level of experience to the table. Spain will be looking to make an impact in FIFA 2022, and they have the personnel to do so.


Germany is one of the most prosperous nations in football, with four World Cup wins. However, they have recently failed to live up to expectations after crashing out of the 2018 World Cup in the first round and finishing bottom of their Nations League group in 2020. Nonetheless, there are signs that Germany is getting back on track, and they will be a team to be reckoned with at the 2022 World Cup.

Under head coach Hansi Flick, Germany has rediscovered their winning touch. They come into the tournament as one of the favourites. They possess a young and talented squad, led by Bayern Munich star Jamal Musiala, and plenty of experience in Thomas Muller, Manuel Neuer, and Joshua Kimmich. Germany has also been handed a favourable draw, being placed in a group with Spain, Switzerland, and Ukraine. If they can top the group, they will avoid some big guns in the knockout rounds. Germany will not be easy to beat at the 2022 World Cup, and they will be aiming to go all the way and reclaim their crown.


Belgium find themselves in a transitional phase as they head to Qatar for the FIFA World Cup 2022. Kevin De Bruyne remains perhaps the best creative midfielder in the world. Still, he will need Romelu Lukaku to rediscover his best form if the Red Devils are to provide enough of a threat in attack. A prospective last-16 clash with either Spain or Germany looks pretty daunting, too. So an early exit might be on the cards for Roberto Martinez’s team. Belgium hopes their young players can step up and emulate the ‘Golden Generation’ success in Qatar.


Portugal’s recent form may be cause for concern, but there’s no doubting their talent. Cristiano Ronaldo is determined to win the World Cup in what is likely to be his final appearance at the tournament, and he will be leading from the front. Portugal has plenty of talent behind their talismanic captain. Still, their form and performances have been underwhelming, leaving them vulnerable to an early exit. Portugal will need to step up their game to progress through a group containing Uruguay, South Korea, and Ghana.


Netherlands goes into the FIFA World Cup as one of the form teams, unbeaten in 15 matches since Louis van Gaal’s return to the helm. Their main strength lies in defence, with a backline so solid that Matthijs de Ligt cannot break into it. They also have good attacking options, evidenced by their 4-1 away win over Belgium in June. Netherlands is expected to make it out of Group A and could be a dark horse to make a deep run into the knockout stages. With their strong defence and good attacking options, the Netherlands will be a team to watch out for in the FIFA World Cup.


Denmark is heading into the FIFA 2022 World Cup as one of the teams to watch. The Denmark team has consistently impressed in recent years. They have the players and the manager to take them far in the tournament. Christian Eriksen is a world-class player who always seems to be at the heart of Denmark’s best moments. Kasper Hjulmand is a manager who knows how to get the best out of his team. Denmark will be confident heading into their Group C games against France, and they will be hoping to use that confidence to make a deep run in the tournament. Few teams will want to face Denmark in the knockout rounds, so it will be exciting to see how far they can go in FIFA 2022.

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FIFA’s decision to move the 2022 World Cup to Qatar was controversial. Still, there’s no denying that it has added an extra level of intrigue to what was already shaping to be an unforgettable tournament. With just days to go until the big kick-off, all 32 participating nations are putting the final touches to their preparations. And, after months of speculation, we finally have a good idea of who is likely to be in contention for the title.

So, there you have it: a rundown of the leading contenders for FIFA’s most coveted prize. Get started with FIFA betting with BTC365. Download the app now!