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Sports Betting Futures Odds

VegasInsider is the global leader in Sports Betting Futures Odds and our Futures Odds index caters to both the professional and novice bettors. We all know predicting the future is great but profiting off those outcomes is even better and our Futures Odds will steer you in the right direction.

Futures Betting Odds Markets

Along with focusing on the six most popular sports in the US sports betting industry, our Futures Betting Odds index provides you with all the numbers on key events for teams and individuals.

All of our odds can be followed on below and wagered at legal operators in the United States.

NFL Futures
NBA Futures
MLB Futures
NHL Futures
NCAAFB Futures
NCAABK Futures
SOCCER Futures
WNBA Futures
CFL Futures
AUTO Futures
GOLF Futures
UFC Futures
BOXING Futures

How to Bet Futures Odds

If you're looking for action today, tomorrow or for the upcoming weekend...then you should check out our Odds Index, which provides all the point-spread, money-line and over-under totals numbers for daily sports.

For Futures Odds, we suggest you buckle up, strap in and get ready for a wild ride.

Most bookmakers will tell you the that the largest betting handles in the Futures Betting Markets are associated with the major sports in the United States and some of the top future events are listed below:

  • Odds to win Super Bowl 56
  • Odds to win 2022 NBA Finals
  • Odds to win 2021 World Series
  • Odds to win 2022 Stanley Cup
  • Odds to win 2021-22 College Football Playoff
  • Odds to win 2022 Men's NCAA Tournament

Predicting these events so far in advance is difficult, so learning how to read odds like these can give you some of the most lucrative payouts in sports betting.

Instead of placing a basic wager of $110 to win $100 on a team or individual, in most cases you're going to bring back a higher return and are always plenty of long shots that surprise each season. Another name for Futures Odds is Odds to Win and it's very simple to understand. You just need to select the team or individual to win the event before it starts and your payout for the bet will depend on the odds given at the time of the wager. To figure out your Win Amount, take the odds and multiply by the amount wagered.

What is a Futures Odds Wager?

Sportsbooks call these odds a futures bet because you place a wager on an outcome that won’t be decided in the near future like a single game would be. Instead, you bet on future events. Often, that means betting on the overall winner of a league, but this isn’t always the case.

An example of this common type of futures betting would be placing a wager at the start of the MLB season on who will win the World Series. However, you might also place a futures bet on an individual award, like betting that Aaron Rogers will win the NFL’s MVP award.

Futures betting allows players to win money from the outcome of entire leagues, tournaments, or major events ahead of time. The added advantage is that futures bet may offer more favorable odds than standard money line bets.

How do Futures Odds Work?

Futures betting differs from other sports betting in that odds can be offered months or even years in advance of the bet paying off. For instance, in soccer, bettors can wager on the winner of the World Cup up to four years before the actual tournament.

Sportsbooks take advantage of expert analysis and multiple gigabytes of data to attempt to see into the future and predict the winners of these events. They set their odds accordingly. For example, you won’t get a big payout for predicting that Kevin Durant will take home yet another MVP award. You’ll get a more substantial payout for a longshot outcome, like a rookie breaking through to win the award instead.

That said, futures bets will typically offer better odds for specific picks than money line wagers placed later in the season. This is because you’re making your selection from a broader field. A pre-season NBA futures bet for the Championship means picking one team out of 30 to win. With a money line bet on the outcome of the Finals, you’re picking one of two teams.

Most Popular Futures Odds Markets by Sport

NFL Futures Betting Odds

The NFL is the most popular betting sport in the United States and many could argue that the Super Bowl is the largest one-day global betting event as well.

Along with betting on who will in the NFL Championship every season, bettors have plenty of other futures markets available in the NFL that focus on teams, players and future players too.

NFL Team Futures Odds

NFL Player Futures Odds

NBA Futures Betting Odds

The NBA continues to rise in popularity among bettors and the NBA Finals is the most watched sport in June.

While the championship is the largest futures betting market, great debates among bettors are always enticing around the Player Futures Odds and the Playoff Series Odds.

NBA Player Futures Odds

NBA Team Futures Odds

NBA Playoff Futures Odds

NBA Draft Futures Odds

MLB Futures Betting Odds

The World Series is the most popular Futures betting market in MLB but there are plenty of other options available and the majority of them focus around individual player awards. Along with the player accolades, there are other team betting options focused on the postseason and number of wins and losses for all 30 clubs.

MLB Player Futures Odds

MLB Team Futures Odds

MLB Playoff Futures Odds

MLB All-Star Game HR Derby Odds

NHL Futures Betting Odds

The NHL is another popular sport that heats up the ice in June with the Stanley Cup Finals.

Picking the winner of the final series isn't easy but there are plenty of betting options on future markets that feature teams, players and eventually the playoff series.

NHL Team Futures Odds

NHL Player Futures Odds

NHL Playoff Futures Odds

College Football Futures Betting Odds

Some pundits might argue that College Football is the second most popular betting sport in the United States and and new College Football Playoff Championship game has helped that cause.

Along with betting on the winner of the final four schools squaring off, there are plenty of team, player bets to make plus the all-important conference championship games that take place in early December.

College Football Team Futures Odds

College Football Player Futures Odds

College Football Conference Championship Futures Odds

College Basketball Futures Betting Odds

When you think of College Basketball you're looking ahead to March Madness where 68 teams will try to become the champion of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.

Just before the tournament, we have Championship Week where the major conference battle it out for their own bragging rights and those team futures markets are available for many groups.

For Player Futures Odds, the Wooden Award is the most popular.

College Basketball Player Futures Odds

College Basketball Conference Tournament Odds

Soccer Futures Betting Odds

Globally, soccer is the most wagered sport in the world and it continues to gain popularity in the United States, especially with the top-flight leagues overseas.

Plus, the UEFA and FIFA competitions always spark interests at the sportsbooks.

The seasons usually begin in August and conclude in May for those leagues while the World Cup and Euro tournaments are scheduled in the summer.

Make a note that the 2022 World Cup will be played in November and December due to cooler temperatures in Qatar.

Soccer European Top-Flight Futures Odds

Soccer European and Global Event Futures Odds

WNBA Futures Betting Odds

The Women's National Basketball Association or the WNBA is a popular league for basketball bettors that overlaps the NBA and is composed of 12 teams.

The regular season usually begins in May while the WNBA Playoff start in September before the finals conclude in October.

CFL Futures Betting Odds

The Canadian Football League (CFL) holds its championship in November and the the title game is often referred to as the Grey Cup as nine teams look to take home the hardware every season.

The season normally starts in mid-June and finishes with the championship game or what's known as the Grey Cup.

Auto Racing Futures Betting Odds

There are plenty of Auto Racing circuits in the United States but the most popular are F1, NASCAR and the Indy Car Series.

The majority of the races take place between February and finish in November with no major races scheduled in December or January.

Auto Racing Circuit & Event Futures Odds

Golf Futures Betting Odds

The PGA Tour is the most popular betting circuit for golf bettors in the United States as tournaments are scheduled around the 12-month calendar.

Also popular are the four golf majors, three taking place in in the United States and the other in the United Kingdom.

Those events take place in April, May, June and July.

Golf Major Futures Odds

Similar to other sports, some betting operators offer Player Props on golfers throughout the season and usually focus on the four majors or other events like the FedEx Cup Playoff.

Golfer Futures Odds

Horse Racing Futures Betting Odds

Bettors can find a horse track and place wagers on a daily basis in the United States but the most popular events take place annually in May and June.

The Triple Crown series begins with the Kentucky Derby on the first Saturday in May and is followed by the Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes.

Triple Crown Futures Odds

Tennis Futures Betting Odds

The ATP & WTA Tours are the most popular circuits in Tennis and bettors can wager on weekly events for both men and women in all 12 months of the year.

During the calendar year, interests peak more with the four major championships or what many call Grand Slam events.

The first major takes place in February while the final one finishes and September. The other two conclude in early June and July.

Grand Slam Tennis Futures Odds

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