Where to Bet the Women’s World Cup

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Women's World Cup

It seems everyone wants to know where they can bet the Women’s World Cup online and the matchup between USA and Japan.

Bookmaker has the latest betting odds on the 2011 Women’s World Cup (mobile wagering is available), which is anticipated to be a ratings bonanza for ESPN and could even prove to be a betting bonanza for the online bookmakers, which traditionally see little in the way of any action this time of year.  Gamblers from the USA and around the world are welcome at Bookmaker. 

“We are seeing tons of traffic for the Women’s World Cup,” noted Gambling911.com Senior Editor Payton O’Brien.  “The hours leading up to the big game should result in tons more wagered.”

It is widely advised to open an online betting account a few hours prior to the start of the game (credit cards, online money transfer accepted). 

At press time Saturday evening, the USA side (as would be expected from a mostly US-based betting field) was getting heavy lopsided action. 

USA was amazingly still at -105

“We are pretty certain that line is going to move, and not in favor of the sports bettor, as we get closer to game time,” said Don Shapiro, Sports Columnist for the Gambling911.com website.

Japan would pay $25 for every $10 betThe draw pays $23 for every $10 bet prior to overtime. 

Bookmaker is the oldest established online gambling website.  It first opened as a betting call center in 1986. 

2:45 pm EDT is kickoff.  All bets should be placed prior to 2 pm EDT to ensure timely action on the Women’s World Cup 2011. 

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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