• Home
  • Football
  • Women's Super League

Women’s Super League Odds – Arsenal most popular pick to win Women’s Super League

leigh-copson
Editor
Last updated: 14 Sep 2023
Leigh Copson 14 Sep 2023
Share this article
Or copy link
  • 2023/24 Women’s Super League season starts on October 1
  • Bookies reveal Arsenal have been most popular outright pick
  • Gunners 7/4 in betting behind Even-money favourites Chelsea
Leah Williamson of Arsenal (Getty Images)

The 2023/24 Women’s Super League season gets underway next month, and a leading bookmaker has revealed what the final standings will look like, based on bets placed so far.

The campaign kicks off on October 1 and Labrokes have revealed it is Arsenal who currently lead the way in the popularity charts with customers.

The Gunners have received the largest percentage of bets and are 7/4 to be crowned champions, with Manchester United considered their biggest rivals at 11/2.

Elsewhere, despite winning four titles in a row, Chelsea have been the third best-backed side as Even money favourites.

“Punters firmly believe Chelsea's Women’s Super League bubble is about to burst,” Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati told FreeTips.com.

“Arsenal are running away with things in the popularity charts, as things stand.”

Aston Villa make up the top four in terms of bets placed, at 500/1, while 1000/1 Bristol City will finish bottom of the league, if the latest figures are anything to go by.

Latest Ladbrokes Women’s Super League Odds


Women's Super League table (ranked in order of most outright bets placed)

1. Arsenal
2. Man Utd
3. Chelsea
4. Aston Villa
5. Man City
6. Liverpool
7. Brighton
8. Everton
9. West Ham
10. Leicester
11. Tottenham
12. Bristol City

Women's Super League Odds

Chelsea - Evens
Arsenal - 7/4
Man City - 4/1
Man Utd - 11/2
Aston Villa - 500/1
Brighton - 500/1
Bristol City - 1000/1
Everton - 1000/1
Leicester - 1000/1
Liverpool - 1000/1
Tottenham - 1000/1
West Ham - 1000/1

Top Betting Sites

special-offer-1Betting offers

Upcoming Events

24 April 2024

25 April 2024

Load More