South Korea Match Odds

Find sportsbooks offering the best odds for all the World Cup matches involving South Korea.

Check out South Korea's fixtures below and click on the 'Match Odds' link to see sportsbooks best match odds for each particular game.

Plus, make sure you check out South Korea's group table to see how well they're doing at World Cup 2022 compared to the other teams in Group F.

Best Match Odds for South Korea

There's no need to compare online sportsbooks to find who's offering the best odds for South Korea's matches as we've done all that hard work for you.

We visit the best World Cup sportsbooks to compare South Korea's match odds and highlight the best odds in green on the fixtures corresponding page.

Once on the page, the 'MORE ODDS' tab reveals every sportsbooks latest match odds for the South Korea fixture that you're interested in betting on.

Bet on South Korea matches via 'World Cup Odds' to ensure you're betting at the best odds!

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South Korea's World Cup Fixtures

Above you'll find all of South Korea's fixtures as well as South Korea's results from Qatar 2022. See our World Cup results page for more full-time results.

Plus, click on the 'Match Odds' link under one of South Korea's fixtures and you'll be able to see the best odds that sportsbooks offer on the game.

Compare World Cup outright betting odds to see how sportsbooks rate South Korea's chances of winning the tournament compared to other teams.

South Korea at World Cup 2022

  • MANAGER: Shin Tae-Yong
  • CAPTAIN: Ki Sung-Yueng
  • FIFA RANKING: 59
  • APPEARANCES: 9
  • WORLD CUP WINS: 0

South Korea are heading into their 10th World Cup appearance in Qatar, making them the only non European or South American team to continually appear in the competition since 1986.

Tae-Yong’s squad had a pretty straight forward qualifying run, finishing 2nd in their group, but they haven’t been as impressive in their friendly games in the run up to the 2022 World Cup.

The most success that the South Korean team have had in a World Cup, is when they reached the semi-finals and took 4th place back in 2002.

They’ll be hoping for a strong campaign at Qatar 2022, but have a tough draw, facing the favourites Germany, as well as a strong Mexico team and Sweden in World Cup Group F.

Although South Korea may have some talented players, with captain Ki, a technically gifted midfielder in the squad, they aren’t nearly as strong as they were in 2002.