2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil
The FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014, will feature 32 teams. The distribution by confederation for the 2014 World Cup will be: Europe (UEFA): 13 places Africa (CAF): 5 places Asia (AFC): 4 places South America (CONMEBOL) 6 places North, Central American and Caribbean (CONCACAF): 4 places
Starts: Starts: 2014-06-12:00.000
World Cup Soccer Betting
Many different sites on the Internet offer different World Cup odds and different World Cup betting options so if you are interested in betting the World Cup it is a good idea to bookmark this page and check back often.
World Cup odds will fluctuate so getting the best in your favor can make a big difference over the course of the entire 2014 World Cup soccer tournament.
When betting the 2014 World Cup odds, it is the best idea to use a World Cup betting site that have a great reputation in the sports betting industry. All of the sportsbooks listed here are of the utmost quality and are recommended all over the net.
At the sportsbooks that we sponsor will take soccer bets on the Correct Score, Half Time - Full Time Doubles, First Goal Scorer, Game Totals, Set Betting, Half Time Result, 1st Scoring Play, and 1st Team to Score. Just sign up with any of the sportsbooks here and you will enjoy one of the best soccer and world cup betting experiences of the year.
|Group A||Group B||Group C||Group D|
|Group E||Group F||Group G||Group H|
|Switzerland||Bosnia Herzegovina||USA||Korea Republic|
World Cup Soccer Betting Tips:
For people wanting to bet, an interesting statistic about the FIFA World Cup is the fact that over its long history, there have only been seven different winners. Over the seventeen tournaments, Brazil has won 5, Italy 4, Germany 3, Argentina & Uruguay 2, Spain, England & France 1.
Six of the tournaments were won by the host country. However, alongthe way there have also been some extraordinary upsets. This includes the USA's defeat of England in 1950, North Korea's defeat of Italy in 1966 and Cameroon's win over Argentina in 1990.
World Cup Description FIFA:
The FIFA World Cup or simply World Cup, is the most important competition in international football (soccer), and the world's most representative team sport event. Organised by Federation Internationale de Football Association(FIFA), the sport's governing body, the World Cup is contested by men's national football teams which are FIFA members. Soccer is played on every continent and the FIFA soccer World Cup is the most viewed sporting event in the world. In 2002 (staged in Korea/Japan) a cumulative in home audience of 28.8 billion viewers watched the tournament.