Saturday, February 18, 2012

World Cup Tickets, Not available yet

Tickets to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil are not available yet. We're not sure when they will be for sale, but we will be sure to update this site as soon as they are.

The good news is that you can bet on the qualifying teams now! We're not going to go through every group, but we posted the odds for Group A below, so you can get a sense of the bets available.

FIFA World Cup 2014 - UEFA Qualifying Group A - Group Winner

Croatia 15/8
Serbia 15/8
Belgium 9/4
Scotland 16/1
Macedonia 50/1
Wales 50/1

We also have odds for the 2014 World Cup, if you want to bet on who is going to win this World Cup in Brazil.

FIFA World Cup 2014 - Brazil
Brazil 7/2
Argentina 11/2
Spain 11/2
Germany 8/1
Holland 12/1
England 16/1
Italy 16/1
France 22/1
Portugal 25/1
Uruguay 33/1
Chile 40/1
Russia 40/1
USA 40/1
Croatia 50/1
Mexico 50/1
Paraguay 50/1
Ivory Coast 66/1
Serbia 66/1
Czech Republic 80/1
Ecuador 80/1
Ghana 80/1
Sweden 80/1
Australia 100/1
Belgium 100/1
Colombia 100/1
Romania 100/1
Turkey 100/1
Denmark 125/1
Japan 125/1
Republic of Ireland 125/1
Ukraine 125/1
Cameroon 150/1
Greece 150/1
Nigeria 150/1
Norway 150/1
Poland 150/1
South Korea 150/1
Switzerland 150/1
Bulgaria 200/1
Egypt 200/1
Slovenia 200/1
Hungary 250/1
Peru 250/1
Scotland 250/1
Slovakia 250/1
Venezuela 250/1
Algeria 300/1
Austria 300/1
Israel 300/1
Montenegro 300/1
Morocco 300/1
Tunisia 300/1
Honduras 500/1
China 1000/1
Jamaica 1000/1
New Zealand 1000/1
Northern Ireland 1000/1
Wales 1000/1
Canada 1500/1
North Korea 1500/1

Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Portugal - Betting on the World Cup

With Cristiano Ronaldo and Nani on the roster, the Portuguese could surprise and upset a few teams. They aren’t a serious threat to win the title but they should advance from the group round. Portugal is in Group G with Brazil, North Korea and the Ivory Coast.

Chelsea's Ashley Cole - 2010 Player of the Year - World Cup Blog

Despite being jeered by the Wembley faithful in the past and having his public image affected by matters in his private life, left-back Cole – one of the few England players to return from last summer’s World Cup with his reputation intact – topped a poll on the FA’s website to win the honour ahead of midfielders Gerrard and Johnson.

The poll, now in its eighth year, saw fans pick the best performer in an England shirt during the previous 12 months,

England manager Fabio Capello used a total of 44 players during 12 games in 2010, of which Cole missed just three – all friendlies against Egypt, Mexico and France.

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney won the award in 2009 and 2008, while Gerrard picked up the prize in 2007.

Thursday, May 06, 2010


FĂștbol powerhouse Argentina has long been one of the favorites to win the 2010 World Cup. They are coming into this competition coached by one of the best players in the history of the game, Diego Maradona. They’re currently ranked 7th in the World and they will start in Group B along with Nigeria, South Korea and Greece. Argentina should easily win its group.

Monday, May 03, 2010

Odds for the 2010 World Cup - First week, First round

These are the odds for all of the opening World Cup games as of May 1, 2010. Up to dated odds can be found here - LINK

The first round has some very interesting bets. Betting on France on the first day is almost even money. If you want a big gamble, you can bet on Noth Korea vs Brazil for +2000. That means that if you bet $100 on North Korea and they win, you would win $2,000.

This is the complete list -

Friday, June 11, 2010
World Cup 2010 - South Africa
South Africa +185
Mexico +140
Draw - +220

World Cup 2010 - South Africa
Uruguay +275
France -105
Draw - +230

Saturday, June 12, 2010
FIFA World Cup 2010 - South Africa
South Korea +210
Greece +125
Draw - +220

FIFA World Cup 2010 - South Africa
Argentina -155
Nigeria +425
Draw - +250

FIFA World Cup 2010 - South Africa
England -175
United States +450
Draw - +275

Sunday, June 13, 2010
FIFA World Cup 2010 - South Africa
Algeria +230
Slovenia +115
Draw - +220

FIFA World Cup 2010 - South Africa
Serbia +140
Ghana +185
Draw - +220

FIFA World Cup 2010 - South Africa
Germany -175
Australia +500
Draw - +260

Monday, June 14, 2010
FIFA World Cup 2010 - South Africa
Netherlands -138
Denmark +375
Draw - +240

FIFA World Cup 2010 - South Africa
Japan +240
Cameroon +110
Draw - +220

World Cup 2010 - South Africa
Italy -120
Paraguay +330
Draw - +230

Tuesday, June 15, 2010
FIFA World Cup 2010 - South Africa
New Zealand +500
Slovakia -200
Draw - +300

FIFA World Cup 2010 - South Africa
Ivory Coast +170
Portugal +150
Draw - +220

FIFA World Cup 2010 - South Africa
Brazil -1000
North Korea +2000
Draw - +700

Wednesday, June 16, 2010
FIFA World Cup 2010 - South Africa
Honduras +400
Chile -150
Draw - +255

FIFA World Cup 2010 - South Africa
Spain -275
Switzerland +700
Draw - +350

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

South Africa and Jamaica Football Odds

South Africa will meet Jamaica in the International Friendly match on Wednesday at Offenbach Kickers Stadium.

South Africa is playing in the second International friendly match with Jamaica. These warm-up matches are really very helpful for all the South Africa players in the upcoming 2010 Football World Cup. All South African players are willing to perform their best inorder to grab the place in the 2010 Football World Cup squad.
South Africa is going to host this big event.South Africa is looking to show their best performance so that their will be some threat for all the big teams, who are participating in the 2010 Football World Cup. There will be big expectations on South African soccer team. South African fans are very eagerly waiting for the 2010 Football World Cup. Because, many star players like Lionel Messi, Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo and David Beckham etc., are all playing in the 2010 Football World Cup. All these star players have lot of fans through out the World.

2010 Football World Cup will start on June 11th and in first match South Africa will meet Mexico at Johannesburgh. The final match is on July 11th at Johannesburgh.

Saturday, April 12, 2008

South Africa's President weighs in on Zimbabwe

Okay, so this isn't about placing a bet on the World Cup. This isn't about betting or the World Cup in general. This is about the elections in Zimbabwe (which you probably could have bet on at some point.)

South Africa's President, Thabo Mbeki, has an hour long meeting with the Zimbabwe president, and shortly afterward, said that the election stalemate was not a crisis and that the election committee just needed more time before releasing the results. Why it is taking so long is very odd.

It has been 14 days since the presidential election was held, and most people think that the ruling party in Zimbabwe lost the presidency to the opposition MDC. The delay in releasing the results has caused people to think that the current party is trying to manipulate the results and do this during the period of delay.

South Africa's president said that the 2 weeks period since the election is normal in Zimbabwe politics and that people should not be worried about the results.

There were recent riots in Kenya over their election results. I don't this would in anyway effect the World Cup.