Tokyo Olympics Football Predictions
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Tokyo 2020 Olympics Football Predictions and Betting Tips
What a fantastic summer of football we’ve had already this year, and it looks set to get even better with the commencement of the summer Olympics football tournaments. We’ve had to wait a year longer than usual for these, and so while many of us will be thinking of it as the 2021 Olympics, the event is officially named the 2020 Olympics.
Last time out, Neymar led Brazil to a historic gold medal in the mens’ tournament, a satisfying revenge for the side’s disastrous home tournament at the 2014 World Cup.
Meanwhile the women’s tournament sprang a few surprises, with favourites USA going out in the quarter-finals and Germany beating Sweden in the 2016 final.
Who will win the 2020 (2021) edition? That’s what we’re all here to find out!
2020 Olympics Football Odds
You can find all the best odds for the Olympics football right here on FST. We’ll give a variety of bookmaker odds next to each tip – all you have to do is choose your favourites!
To give a rough overview of the outright winner odds for the men’s Olympics football, at the start of the tournament Spain led the way at 9/4 to take home the gold medal. They were followed by Brazil at 33/10, France at 29/5 and Argentina at 9/1.
In terms of the women’s tournament, the USA are the heavy favourites at 9/11. They are followed by the Netherlands at 31/5, Great Britain at 38/5 and Sweden at 13/1.
At Free Super Tips we make sure to get as much value as possible from each bet. That’s why we are constantly scanning the odds markets, and make sure to find the best odds available before posting our Olympics predictions.
Olympics football groups
Group A: Japan, South Africa, Mexico, France
Group B: New Zealand, Korea Republic, Honduras, Romania
Group C: Egypt, Spain, Argentina, Australia
Group D: Brazil, Germany, Côte d’Ivoire, Saudi Arabia
Group E: Japan, Canada, Great Britain, Chile
Group F: China PR, Brazil, Zambia, Netherlands
Group G: Sweden, USA, Australia, New Zealand
Past winners of the Olympics football
When is the 2020 Tokyo Olympics?
The 2020 summer Olympics will be taking place between Friday 23 July 2021 and Sunday 8 August 2021.
The Olympics football tournaments will be taking place slightly earlier, beginning on Wednesday 21 July 2021 and finishing on Saturday 7 August 2021.
How to bet on the football at the 2020 Olympics
There are a whole host of ways you can bet on the football at the Olympics. We recommend you follow our in-depth Olympics predictions on this page and at our football predictions hub. Here we will provide a detailed preview of each match, as well as a variety of special Olympics betting tips relevant to the game.
In terms of placing the bets themselves, simply click on the buttons next to each prediction or tip, or check out our free bets hub. This will give you a list of all the best bookmaker offers in one place, so you can compare them and choose your favourites. We do the hard work so you don’t have to!
Where to bet on the 2020 Olympics football
When it comes to following our Olympic football betting tips, it can be difficult to know which bookmaker to actually place your bets with. Luckily we provide buttons and links to the bookies offering the best odds for all of our tips. We also have a dedicated hub for free bets, so you can compare all the best offers in one place. Simply have a browse and choose your favourite Olympics free bets.
When do you post your 2020 Olympics predictions and betting tips?
We aim to publish all of our 2020 Olympics predictions 72 hours before the game kicks off. Getting in this early gives us the best chance of claiming some early value. Make sure to check this page regularly for the most up to date Olympics football tips around.
How many teams are in the 2020 Olympics football?
There are 16 teams in the men’s tournament and 12 in the womens. These are divided into groups, each containing four teams.
Will the Tokyo 2020 Olympics have fans?
No, due to fears surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic the organisers in Tokyo have decided that no spectators will be able to watch the games.
More football betting tips
We offer a fantastic range of different tips to bet on the 2020 Olympics with. Check out our full range of free football tips here:
- Accumulator Tips
- Bet Builder Tips
- Both Teams To Score Tips
- Correct Score Tips
- Goalscorer Tips
- Over 2.5 Goals Tips
- Bet of the Day
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Our Twitter account not only offers live updates on the latest Olympics football predictions, but other sports betting tips too. For all this plus a healthy dose of sporting news and humour, follow us at @FootySuperTips.