FA Cup Betting Odds

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Manchester City5/1 Manchester United6/1
Liverpool7/1 Tottenham Hotspur7/1
Chelsea7/1 Arsenal8/1
Leicester City25/1 Everton25/1
Southampton33/1 Newcastle United33/1
Wolves33/1 West Ham33/1
Burnley40/1 Bournemouth50/1
Crystal Palace50/1 Watford50/1
Brighton50/1 Swansea City66/1
Huddersfield Town66/1 Stoke City66/1
West Brom66/1 Cardiff City66/1
Aston Villa66/1 Fulham66/1
Derby County100/1 Middlesbrough100/1
Sheffield United150/1 Brentford150/1
Bristol City250/1 Preston North End250/1
Leeds United250/1 Millwall250/1
Norwich City250/1 Wigan250/1
Ipswich Town500/1 Nottingham Forest500/1
Sheffield Wednesday500/1 Reading500/1
Hull City500/1 Sunderland500/1
QPR750/1 Birmingham City750/1
Bolton1000/1 Barnsley1500/1
Burton1500/1 Blackburn1500/1
Shrewsbury2000/1 Rotherham United2000/1
Scunthorpe United2000/1 Plymouth2000/1
Charlton2000/1 Peterborough United2000/1
Bradford City2500/1 Portsmouth2500/1
Luton Town2500/1 Gillingham3000/1
Bristol Rovers3000/1 Southend United3000/1
Doncaster3000/1 Oxford United3000/1
Blackpool4000/1 Walsall4000/1
AFC Wimbledon4000/1 Northampton Town4000/1
Fleetwood4000/1 Oldham4000/1
MK Dons5000/1 Bury5000/1
Rochdale5000/1 Accrington5000/1
Wycombe5000/1 Notts County5000/1
Mansfield Town5000/1 Exeter City5000/1
Swindon Town5000/1 Coventry City5000/1
Lincoln City5000/1 Carlisle United7500/1
Crawley7500/1 Colchester United7500/1
Newport County7500/1 Cambridge United7500/1
Stevenage7500/1 Cheltenham Town7500/1
Yeovil7500/1 Crewe7500/1
Forest Green7500/1 Grimsby Town7500/1
Morecambe7500/1 Port Vale7500/1
Tranmere7500/1 Macclesfield7500/1

Bet on FA Cup

The magic of the FA Cup may seem like a cliché as old as the competition itself, but as long as it continues to throw up upsets and confound the FA Cup odds season after season, the competition first played back in 1871 will retain its sense of mystique and romance among football fans.

And such a propensity for throwing up the unexpected makes for exceptional betting value and opportunities, reflected in the FA Cup betting odds. So whether it’s FA Cup match betting you’re after or the outright FA Cup winner odds, we’ll have all the markets updated following every match and every cup draw, beginning with the preliminary rounds in August and culminating in the football season’s curtain-closing final at Wembley Stadium in May.

If you’re looking to bet on the underdog, like Portsmouth in 2008 and Wigan in 2013, or are sure the trophy is once again heading to a team from the upper echelons of the Premier League, with Arsenal and Chelsea the competition’s two most successful sides in the last decade, you’ll have the pick of the latest FA Cup outright odds with us at BetVictor.

There’s value and no shortage of enjoyment to be had in the individual match FA Cup betting too. TV producers may be fond of showing famous upsets from the 70s and 80s, but they needn’t hark back as far to unearth some genuine FA Cup gems. There was League One Bradford knocking out Premier League leaders Chelsea in 2015, and Championship Barnsley dispatching Liverpool at Anfield in 2008. So if you’ve got your eye on another tie making the history books, we’ll have your FA Cup betting covered.

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And whether it’s FA Cup betting you’re after or if you’d rather bet on Premier League action, if there’s a market or bet you have in mind but can’t see it offered you can always chance your arm with our #PriceItUp offer, which gives you the chance to create your own unique bet on football.