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The 2023 Women’s World Cup will kick off on July 20 with one of its two host nations, New Zealand, opening the tournament against Norway. Because of the time difference, that game will be starting at 3 a.m. ET in the United States, so make sure you’re stocked up on coffee if you plan on watching it.

The tournament is hosted by New Zealand and Australia, and the USWNT will play its first match on Friday, July 21, at 9 p.m. ET against Vietnam.

Based on the oddsmakers’ projections, the USWNT is the tournament favorite. England is a close second, followed by Spain and Germany. The World Cup will be a 32-team tournament for the first time after expanding its qualification to match the men's tournament. The most recent Women’s World Cup in 2019 included 24 teams.

The women’s game's best talent will be on display with some of the top soccer veterans and some exciting young players who have been starring at the national level. The USA women look to reach yet another World Cup final in 2023, however in a tournament featuring more depth than ever before, there are several teams hoping to overthrow the sport’s powerhouse nation.

We offer our readers free soccer picks and betting tips, as well as Women’s World Cup 2023 odds and selections, so let’s delve into the upcoming competition.

2023 Women’s World Cup Odds

USA (W)+250
England (W) +350
Spain (W) +450
Germany (W) +650
France (W) +1000
Australia (W) +1200
Sweden (W) +1400
Netherlands (W) + 2000
Brazil (W) + 2500
Japan (W) +3300
Canada (W) +3300
Norway (W) +4000
Denmark (W) +6600
Italy (W) +8000
Haiti (W) +15000
New Zealand (W) +15000
China (W) +15000
Ireland (W) +15000
Argentina (W) +20000
Vietnam (W) +50000

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2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Golden Boot Odds

Alex Morgan +400
Sophia Smith +650
Sam Kerr +750
Alexandra Popp +900
Esther Gonzalez +900
Alessia Russo +1000
Rachel Daly +1200
Eugenie Le Sommer +1200
Trinity Rodman +1400
Alba Redondo +1400
Lea Schuller +1600
Jennifer Hermoso +1600
Kadidiatou Diani +1600
Alexia Putellas +1800
Ella Toone +2000
Stina Blackstenius +2000
Lauren James +2200
Chloe Kelly +2200
Caitlin Foord +4000
Lindsey Horan +5000
Rose Lavelle +6600
Nichelle Prince +10000
Crystal Dunn +15000

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2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Golden Boot Prediction & Pick

With 32 teams in the mix this year, predicting the Golden Boot winner is tougher than ever before. Nevertheless, it’s particularly tough to ignore one particular USWNT star’s odds of claiming the award.

Portland Thorns forward Sophia Smith is the striker of the future for the U.S. Women's National Team, and she’s one of our favorite World Cup Golden Boot picks, thanks to her recent performance and domination of the NWSL.

Smith has 10 goals in 12 starts for the Thorns and was named June’s NWSL Player of the Month. During that run, she netted a hat trick in a 4-2 thriller against the Washington Spirit. 

She heads to the World Cup in top form and will play up front for the 2023 favorites. If the USWNT makes a run in the tournament, Smith should be a contender for the Women’s World Cup Golden Boot award.

A look at the Women’s World Cup Golden Boot odds reveals England's Rachel Daly as a notable pick at +1200 and Spain's all-time leading goal-scorer, 33-year-old Jennifer Hermoso, as a dark horse at +1600 in what could be her final World Cup.

The Pick: Sophia Smith Golden Boot Winner (+650)

Best 2023 Women’s World Cup Soccer Future Bets Today

Women’s World Cup Tournament Winner

If you’re looking to place a couple of futures bets on this competition, these next two predictions are among our favorites when it comes to Women’s World Cup wagering.

While the U.S. women are the tournament favorite --with good reason considering their history at women's international tournaments and the strength and experience of their squad -- there are multiple European teams that pose a real threat.

One of those is England’s team, which went 10-0 in World Cup qualifying, outscoring opponents 80-0. The English did not allow a single goal in 10 games, which included a 20-0 win over Latvia. No, that 20-0 isn’t a typo. So, it's no surprise that England's odds to win the Women’s World Cup are the second-best behind the Americans’ odds.

Coach Sarina Wiegman’s England team won the European Cup in 2022 and has been spectacular in the build-up to this World Cup tournament. England is right there with the USWNT, and the Women’s World Cup betting odds reflect that.

The Pick: England to win Women’s World Cup (+450)

Women’s World Cup Tournament Winner

If you’re looking for an outsider team that could shake things up and win the tournament, look no further than one of the host nations, Australia. Make no mistake about it, Tony Gustavsson’s team welcomes the visiting nations with the full intention of beating them and making a run at the championship trophy.

The USWNT might have the best odds to win the Women’s World Cup, but Australia’s players have an entire nation behind them on their home turf. The Aussies are favored to win their group, and they have plenty of talent that will make them a tough opponent in the tournament’s knockout rounds.

Chelsea’s Sam Kerr has been outstanding for her country with 120 caps and 63 goals to her name. She helped Chelsea win the Women’s Super League title this season, and she’ll be surrounded by the likes of Caitlin Foord and promising young talent Mary Fowler. 

The Australian national team’s Women’s World Cup betting odds are a little longer than the three or four favorites, but if they get hot early in the competition and take down a big opponent in the knockout rounds, Australia’s momentum could take this host team all the way. 

The Pick: Australia to win Women’s World Cup (+1200)

Women’s World Cup 2023 Group Winner

Group F at the tournament has two prominent World Cup teams in France and Brazil, along with Jamaica and Panama. France is favored to win the group and advance in its top spot, but don’t overlook Brazil.

The French are missing a couple of key players due to injuries, and that might open the door for the Brazilians, who are on a mission of their own.

Inspired by Argentina’s championship run at the 2022 men’s World Cup tournament, which led to the crowning moment of Lionel Messi’s career, the Brazilian women hope to do the same for their own veteran superstar, Marta.

Marta, now 37, has been a pivotal player on the Brazilian team for two decades with 174 appearances and 115 goals to date. This is likely her last attempt at the World Cup, and Brazil could surprise the field by claiming the group stage over France.

France’s Women’s World Cup odds to prevail in Group F sit at -200, while Brazil is currently listed at +150.

The Pick: Brazil to win Group F (+150)

Odds are subject to change*

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