2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup Odds Tracker
- The 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup has been postponed until 2022
- The host Kiwis are the defending champions and have won five of the eight titles since the tournaments inception in 1991
- The graphs below track the odds to win the tournament at online sportsbooks
For the first time in the 30-year history of the Women’s Rugby World Cup, the most-dominant rugby nation in the world will play host. From October 8th to November 12th, 2022, a dozen of the best women’s rugby teams in the world will gather in New Zealand to contest the ninth-ever World Cup.
The hosts, who have won five of the eight prior World Cups, are favored to add a sixth title on home soil.
The graphs below track the odds to win the tournament at online betting sites. The numbers in the graphs represent averages from the applicable dates.Advertising Disclosure
2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup Odds
Odds as of Sep. 7, 2021. Bolded teams have already qualified for the tournament.
- September 7: France (+1000) moved past Canada (+1200) to become the third-favorite, though New Zealand (+110) and England (+120) aren’t leaving much room for upset hopes.
- April 21: The gap between the two favorites, New Zealand (+110) and England (+120), grew even smaller over the past month.
- March 24: Oddsmakers see this as a two-team tournament between host New Zealand (+100) and top-ranked England (+120).
- March 23: Three teams are listed in the odds but have yet to qualify for the tournament: Ireland, Japan, and Scotland. Ireland (8th in the world) and Scotland (11th) will have to contend with Italy (7th) and Spain (10th) for two of the final three World Cup berths.
Women’s Rugby World Rankings
Rankings as of Sep. 7, 2021. Bolden teams have already qualified for the 2021 World Cup.
Pools for Group Stage