The 2022 FIFA World Cup will take place in Qatar from November 21st to December 18th. It looks like the Canadian Men’s National team will qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1986. The media coverage surrounding Team Canada and the World Cup as a whole is building and I expect a plenty of hype here in Canada as we lead into the tournament. In the meantime all of the futures betting lines are set and you can start to place your wagers.
The FIFA World Cup is the biggest sporting event worldwide every four years and with Canada set to participate in the tournament for the first time in 35+ years, this years World Cup will get extra coverage here in Canada. Because of this increased betting interest during the 2022 World Cup I wanted to add this simple 3 step guide to betting online, so that any new sports bettors from here in Canada can join a reputable betting site and place your World Cup bets safely and securely, within minutes.
SportsInteraction.com is our top rated betting site and that includes wagering on the FIFA World Cup. They are solely focused on the Canadian marketplace and this shows through in their bet offerings, customer service and our exclusive offer.
Bet On 2022 FIFA World Cup in Canada – 3 Step Guide
As I mentioned above, Sports Interaction is our top rated betting site for Canadians. To open an account with them, click the above link and then select ‘Open Account’ on our exclusive landing page to be taken to the sign up form.
Step 2. Deposit
You will need to fund your account in order to have money to bet with. Sports Interaction offers a wide range of deposit options, most of which cater directly to Canadian players. Check out our deposit options page for full breakdowns and guides for some of the deposit options at SIA.
Click on the ‘Deposit’ button once logged into your account to make your first deposit.
Step 3. Place Your World Cup Bets
You’re now ready to place your World Cup wagers! Here’s a screenshot of the tournament winner odds from March 22nd. I’ve included the 27 favourites in order to include Canada in the screenshot. As you can see the odds jump significantly after Denmark, and it would be a surprise if one of the 11 teams with 25-1 or shorter odds did not win the tournament.
Sports Interaction will also have many other futures betting lines available including top goalscorer, group winners, golden ball and more.
To find the up to date World Cup outright odds click on ‘Soccer’ -> ‘World Cup’ -> ‘World Cup Outrights’.
To find the odds for individual World Cup matches (including qualifiers) open select ‘World Cup Matches’ under the ‘World Cup’ drop down menu. Here’s a screenshot from a Canada vs Costa Rica qualifier match:
Check out our soccer betting section for a further breakdown of some of the popular bets you can make on each match.
Ready to follow these three steps to get some action on the FIFA World Cup?
Click here to get started at SportsInteraction.com…