Free Bets, Betting Offers and Promotions for the World Cup Final, 13th July 2014
Germany v Argentina
The World Cup final is here, and after more than a month of brilliant action – and hopefully lots of winning bets – we’re down to the final two teams, Germany and Argentina. Whoever you think will win or however you think the match will go, make sure you check out all the available free bets, betting offers and promotions that our partner online and mobile bookies have put out for the 2014 World Cup final. These offers give you so much more value than you’d get in your local betting shop and improve your chances of having one last final profitable match at this World Cup
It may have been a disappointing World Cup for England but realistically who expected to them to make the final anyway? Not us! It’s been a truly great World Cup with loads of goals which has made betting on both teams to score highly profitable and whilst there has been plenty of controversy, not least Luis Suarez’s bite, it’s still been one of the best World Cup’s in memory. Let’s just hope we now get a fitting final!
Best World Cup Final Offer
Best World Cup Final Offer
Betfair have been one of our favourite World Cup bookies and their amazing odds enhancements for new customers to their standard bookmaker site, the Betfair Sportsbook, have been impossible to beat. For the World Cup final itself they’ve gone even bigger, with crazy odds of 6/1 for Germany to lift the World Cup or 8/1 for Argentina.
If you don’t have a Betfair account and think you know who will win the World Cup this could be the easiest £60 or £80 you ever win!
As well as their fantastically generous £200 risk free bet), Bet365 plenty of tasty offers to help give you a fighting chance of making a profit from this World Cup.
Their World Cup Penalty Payback offer, to take one example, mean that if you back a team to win the World Cup in the outright winner market before the final kicks off on 13th July and your selection gets knocked out on penalties, your stake will be refunded. It even applies if your team loses the final on penalties and for win single or each way bets!
Expert penalty failures England and Spain are already eliminated from the World Cup without even a sniff of the final but backing one of the finalists once they are known looks a great way to benefit from this betting offer.[aio_button animation=”pulse” color=”orange” size=”medium” icon=”none” text=”Visit Bet365 Now!” target=”_blank” url=”https://www.freebetsfreetips.com/visit-bet365″]
Betfred’s great Double Delight, Hat-Trick Heaven offer is well known to many and well loved, offering double and triple odds if your first goalscorer bet wins and then notches two, three or more goals. It’s already paid out several times at this World Cup, including on Neymar, Gnasher (aka Suarez) and Muller but can someone do a Geoff Hurst and bag a final hat-trick?[aio_button animation=”pulse” color=”orange” size=”medium” icon=”none” text=”Visit Betfred Now!” target=”_blank” url=”https://www.freebetsfreetips.com/visit-betfred”]
Bet365 offer new customers an amazing risk free bet of £200 but new and existing customers can also take advantage of their ongoing Bore Draw offer for the World Cup final. If the game ends 0-0 in 90 minutes Bet365 will refund losing stakes on the following markets: Correct Score, Half-Time/Full-Time or Scorecast.
That’s a full cash refund, not a refund as a free bet, and given there have already been several 0-0s at this World Cup, as well as in two of the last five World Cup finals, including in 2010, this looks a great offer from Bet365.[aio_button animation=”pulse” color=”orange” size=”medium” icon=”none” text=”Visit Bet365 Now!” target=”_blank” url=”https://www.freebetsfreetips.com/visit-bet365″]
World Cup Final Stats and Facts
This will be the 20th World Cup Final and here we take a look at the previous 19 and offer some interesting stats, facts and World Cup trivia.
Previous World Cup Finals
- 1930 – Uruguay beat Argentina 4-2 in Uruguay
- 1934 – Italy beat Czechoslovakia 2-1 in extra time in Italy
- 1938 – Italy beat Hungary 4-2 in France
- 1950 – Uruguay beat Brazil 2-1 in Brazil
- 1954 – West Germany beat Hungary 3-2 in Switzerland
- 1958 – Brazil beat Sweden 5-2 in Sweden
- 1962 – Brazil beat Czechoslovakia 3-1 in Chile
- 1966 – England beat West Germany 4-2 in extra time
- 1970 – Brazil beat Italy 4-1 in Mexico
- 1974 – West Germany beat Netherlands 2-1 in West Germany
- 1978 – Argentina beat Netherlands 3-1 in extra time in Argentina
- 1982 – Italy beat West Germany 3-1 in Spain
- 1986 – Argentina beat West Germany 3-2 in Mexico
- 1990 – West Germany beat Argentina 1-0 in Italy
- 1994 – Brazil beat Italy on penalties in USA after 0-0 game
- 1998 – France beat Brazil 3-0 in France
- 2002 – Brazil beat Germany 2-0 in Japan
- 2006 – Italy beat France on penalties in Germany after 1-1 game
- 2010 – Spain beat Netherlands 1-0 in extra time in South Africa
- 2014 – ????
World Cup Records, Stats and Facts
Most Wins – Brazil, 5
Most Finals – Germany/West Germany, 7
Most Runners Up – Netherlands, three defeats in three finals
Teams – 77 nations have appeared at the World Cup proper, 12 making the final, eight winning
Wins on Home Soil – 6 out of 19
First Team to Lose at Home – France, 1938
Three Finals in a Row – Achieved by Brazil, 1994-2002 and Germany 1982-1990
Average Goals in Last Six Finals – 1.33 (in 90 minutes)
Both Teams Scored in Last Six Finals – Just once, in 2006
Penalties – Needed twice, in 2006 and 1994, Italy winning the former against France and losing the latter to Brazil
Extra Time – As well as 1994 and 2006 was also needed in 1934, 1966, 1978 and 2010, meaning six out of 19 finals have gone to extra time