England FA Cup Odds

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FA Cup Odds


Here at 888sport, we have great FA Cup betting odds for you to place your bets on, from the early stages all the way through to the FA Cup final, whether you're on mobile, tablet, laptop or desktop you can quickly and easily place your bets on markets such as:

  • Outright Winner
  • Lead Goalscorer
  • Teams to Reach the Final


One of the most prestigious cups in the EFL is the FA Cup, which is unique in that it sees teams from all different leagues compete - and this, in turn, can offer up some very interesting and exciting FA Cup odds. This is an event where League Two teams could find themselves up against Premier League legends in games that will likely never be repeated for them. Sometimes the unlikely can happen - and David beats Goliath... and if you have put your money on those FA Cup odds then you're laughing.


FA Cup Betting

Whether you are betting on the individual football matches or whether you are looking for outright odds on the team to win, the most important thing is getting value. We now have some of the most generous odds for the final, which will see Chelsea take on Leicester in the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium. Both teams are looking as though they are ready to take the win, with both teams having pulled out some pretty solid wins recently. Chelsea managed to beat current Premier League champions Manchester City in their semi-final match and Leicester secured a 1-0 win in their semi-final match over Southampton.

As it stands the outrights suggest that Chelsea is the current favourite to lift the trophy. However, as we all know, in football matches such as these, anything can happen!

Before betting on the final, we would definitely recommend reading all the pre-match information and stats. Find out everything you need to know about the game before it happens on our football betting news page.


FA Cup Outright Winner Betting 2020/21

The final of one of the EFL's biggest events is coming to a head this weekend and currently the outright odds stand at:

  • Chelsea 1/2
  • Leicester City 5/8


Right now, Chelsea stands as favourites - they had the toughest of all the semi-finals, having to defeat Manchester City to make it to Wembley. Leicester had arguably easier semi-finalists to contend with and got a standard 1-0 win over Southampton. Chelsea has also managed to make it to the Champions League final where they will, once again, have to face Manchester City. It cannot be denied that right now, Chelsea is in incredible form and have been for some time, and Leicester will know this. Chelsea is scoring more goals and as such, most of the bets will be on the London team.

If you want to avoid a winner bet, then there are other in-match selections available to bet on including BTTS and Over/Under bets.


English FA Cup Winner 2019/20

The 2019/2020 FA Cup was exciting, with hundreds of markets available on the matches and outright betting. Ironically, Chelsea faced Leicester in the quarter-finals of the tournament last year, in a game that may well be etched in the mind of both teams as they face off this year. Chelsea came away as victors that time and knocked out Leicester. In the semi-finals, the London club managed a very solid 3-1 win over Manchester United. They went on to face Arsenal in the final. However, Arsenal, the most successful FA Cup team in the tournament's history, showed their mettle and ended up lifting the trophy, beating the Blues 2-1.

Losing in the final game in last year's English Football League FA Cup will definitely be on their mind this year - and as odds on favourites to win, they will most certainly be looking to bring home the FA Cup trophy this year!


FA Cup History

The FA Cup is one of the most prestigious of all English football tournaments. It has a huge, rich and very interesting history, making it one of the most exciting events in the football calendar - with teams from all different football leagues fighting for the chance to lift the FA Cup trophy. Although more often than not, it will be a Premier League team that ends up lifting the FA Cup, English football has been known to throw out a few shock results, with Premier League teams suffering defeat at the hands of Championship, League One and even League Two teams.

The FA Cup is the oldest of all the existing football cup competitions - and was first played back in the 1871-72 season. Since then it has been held on an annual basis (apart from interruptions during the World Wars). At first, it also included teams from Scotland and Wales, but now it is an all English affair.

Every year, the FA Cup is fought for by more and more teams. Back in the 1800s, it was contested by 40 teams. Now, teams from the highest 10 Leagues can try to qualify for the FA Cup. This means that not only are there qualifying rounds, but also preliminary and extra preliminary rounds until 80 clubs make it to the first round. After every round, there is a draw to see which teams will face each other in the next round - until the final draw after the quarter-finals.

During this time, the most successful club in FA Cup history is Arsenal, with 14 wins. This is followed by Manchester United with 12 wins, Tottenham with 9 wins and Aston Villa, Liverpool and Chelsea with 7 FA Cup wins apiece. According to FA Cup betting odds this season, Chelsea look set to become the 4th most successful Premier League team by taking home the trophy this season to take their tally up to eight.

However, it doesn't always go the way of the big Premier League teams - there have been some very tasty FA Cup upsets in the past including:

  • Oldham beating Liverpool 1-0 in 2013
  • Lincoln City beating Burnley 1-0 in 2017
  • Bradford City beating Chelsea 4-2 in 2015
  • Wrexham beating Arsenal 2-1 in 1992
  • Wimbledon beating Liverpool 1-0 in 1988
  • Wigan beating Manchester City 1-0 in 2013
  • Sunderland beating Leeds United 1-0 in 1972


This just goes to show, no matter what the FA Cup odds are, shock results can happen!


FA Cup Betting Tips

All signs point towards the London team lifting the FA Cup trophy. The blues are playing better than they have for quite some time and the Foxes will be aware of this. As it stands, the FA Cup betting favourites right now are Chelsea.


888 Sport Football Odds & More

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Who Are the Favourites to Win the FA Cup

As it stands, FA Cup betting odds have Chelsea as the favourites to win the tournament this year. Most punters will look to place their bet on the blues to take it home.


Which is the Only Non-League Team to Win the FA Cup?

Surprisingly, Tottenham is the only team from outside the Football League to win the FA Cup. They were only the second Southern League team to make it to the finals in 1901.


Has West Ham Ever Won the FA Cup?

Yes, West Ham has won the FA Cup three times, in 1964, 1975 and 1980 and have been runners up twice - in 1923 and 2006.


How Can I Bet on the FA Cup?

Simply register for an account or sign in to your betting account. Click on the links for FA Cup betting and you will be taken straight to the odds available. Click on the odds and it will be added to your bet slip. Add your stake and place your bet!


Which Player Has Scored the Most FA Cup Goals?

The player that has scored the most goals in FA Cup betting history is Ian Rush, having scored 40 goals over 16 seasons. This is followed by Frank Lampard with 27 goals, Wayne Rooney with 23 goals, Alan Shearer with 21 goals and Sergio Aguero with 20 goals.

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