Orlando City SC Odds

Latest MLS odds for Orlando City games

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The Orlando City Soccer Club represented Florida’s return to Major League Soccer when the club joined the league in 2015, some 14 years after the Miami Fusion and Tampa Bay Mutiny both folded.

Now, Orlando City SC is a serious contender. With sports betting launching all over Florida, this MLS team could soon be a Florida sports betting favorite.

See below for how to bet on Orlando City SC (and the entire MLS) online in Florida. That includes the latest Orlando City SC odds direct from FL sportsbooks and all the info you’ll ever need on Florida’s first team in the modern MLS era,

Today’s Orlando City odds

Here’s a look at the latest Orlando City SC game lines, including moneylines, spreads and totals for upcoming games from top online sportsbooks in Florida. Just click on a bet to go to the sportsbook that posted it, sign up, claim your bonus and place the bet.

Orlando City MLS Cup odds

Here’s a look at the latest Orlando City SC futures odds, including the odds on Orlando City SC winning the coveted MLS Cup. Just click on a futures bet to go to the sportsbook that posted it, sign up, claim your bonus and place that futures bet or any others.

Ercan Kara prop odds

What is the Orlando City moneyline?

MLS moneyline betting is a three-way betting because games can end in one of three outcomes: home team win, away team win or a tie. That means the Orlando City moneyline typically looks something like this:

MoneylineHome WinTieAway Win
Atlanta United @ Orlando City-125+275+275

What is the Orlando City spread?

MLS spread betting is betting with either one goal or half-goal spreads factored into the final score. For example at PointsBet Sportsbook in Florida, if you bet on Orlando City SC -1 (-135) at home against Atlanta United FC,  Orlando has to win by two or more for you to get paid. If that happens, you’ll win $100, plus your bet back, for every $135 you bet. Of course, you’ll lose if Orlando loses or if the game ends in a tie. The bet will push if Orlando wins by one goal. Bet on Atlanta United FC at +1 (+115), and you’re betting on Atlanta to win. You’ll push if they lose by one goal and if Atlanta United wins, you’ll earn $115, plus your bet back, for every $100 you bet.

You might also bet on Orlando City SC -0.5 (-135) at home against Atlanta United FC. That means you’re betting on Orlando to win by one goal or more. If they do, you’ll win $100 for every $135 you bet. You’ll lose the bet if Orlando loses or the game ends in a draw. The half-goal line means there can be no push.

Alternatively, you might bet on Atlanta at +0.5 (+115). That means you’re betting on Atlanta to win and you’ll win $115 for every $100 you bet if they do. Once again, the half-goal line means there can be no push.

What is the Orlando City over-under?

MLS totals betting happens on the total combined score in a game. You bet on whether the total will be over, or under, different lines, ranging from 0.5 goals to 3.5 goals.

Bet the under on FanDuel Florida on 0.5 goals at +750 for the Orlando-Atlanta game and if it ends in a scoreless tie, you’ll win $750 for every $100 you bet. Bet the over on 2.5 goals at -135 and if a total of three or more goals are scored, you’ll win $100 for every $135 you bet. But, if the game ends with two goals or fewer, you’ll lose that bet.

Orlando City player props: Bet on Nani, Akindele, etc.

There are several ways you can bet on MLS games aside from just the outcome. You can bet on a large list of team and players props like a certain Orlando City player to score, Orlando City SC to score first or score last, both teams scoring, or not, and even the exact number of goals in a match or whether the total number of goals in a match will end up an odd or even number.

There are also various ways to bet on the outcome outside of the standard moneylines, spreads and props. You can bet the Double Chance, covering two of the three-way moneyline betting options at once, or the Tie No Bet, making it two-way moneyline betting where all bets are returned on ties. Plus, you can get bigger odds betting on the exact score of a game, the exact number of goals or each team’s exact goal count.

Orlando City futures odds

If you want to bet on things like Orlando City winning the MLS Cup or Orlando City’s top scorer Nani to lead MLS in goals, you can do it in the MLS futures markets at sportsbooks like Caesars.

Expect the Orlando City betting odds to be better in the preseason or early season on true contenders for either accomplishment. And remember, you lock in the currently posted odds when you place a bet, which means you’ll have to lay some pretty big money on clear favorites late in the season.

Orlando City manager

Colombia’s Óscar Pareja is Orlando City SC’s head coach and has been since 2019. He’s previously managed FC Dallas, Colorado Rapids and Tijuana Xolos. As a player, Pareja appeared internationally for Colombia and club teams including Independiente Medellín, Deportivo Cali, New England Revolution and FC Dallas.

Through his first 55 games with Orlando, Pareja led the team to a 23-14 record with 18 draws. Pareja won the MLS Supporters’ Shield as head coach with FC Dallas in 2016.

Orlando City home games

  • Name: Exploria Stadium (Formerly Orlando City Stadium 2017–2019)
  • Address: 655 West Church Street
  • Location: Orlando, Florida
  • Owner: Orlando City SC
  • Operator: Orlando City SC
  • Capacity: 25,500
  • Ground breaking: Oct. 16, 2014
  • Opening date: Feb. 24, 2017
  • Construction cost: $155 million
  • Other tenants: College football Cure Bowl (2019), Orlando Pride (NWSL Since 2017), Orlando City B (USL 2017), Florida Cup (Since 2018), Toronto FC (MLS 2021)

How to watch/listen to Orlando City games

Orlando City SC and FOX 35/FOX 35 PLUS (WOFL/WRBW) extended their multi-year partnership in 2021. This keeps FOX 35 PLUS as the team’s flagship station for locally televised Orlando City matches. FOX 35 PLUS is showing 24 of the team’s 34 MLS regular-season games and four more will appear on FS1. Orlando City play-by-play announcer Evan Weston and color commentator Miguel Gallardo call the games.

Radio coverage is on FM 96.9 The Game or Real Radio 104.1 FM with a Spanish-language broadcast on Acción 97.9FM/810AM.

Signature Orlando City moment, so far

Orlando City SC won its first MLS playoff match on penalties over New York City FC in 2020. Here’s a look at this signature moment for the franchise:

Orlando City SC trivia

  • Team Valuation: $450 million
  • Owners: Zygi, Leonard and Mark Wilf (majority owners)
  • Other Pro Teams these owners have: Co-owners of the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings
  • First Year in MLS: 2015
  • Wins in inaugural season (2015): 12
  • First game: Mar. 8, 2015 at the Citrus Bowl
  • Cost of tickets lowest/highest: $34/$95
  • Twitter followers @OrlandoCitySC: 484.9K
  • Front Jersey Sponsor: Orlando Health private not-for-profit hospitals
  • Official Website: https://www.orlandocitysc.com/
  • Oldest and first officially recognized independent supporters club: https://www.theruckusorlando.com/
  • Team logo: Gold Lion face with 21 sun flares
  • Team colors: Purple and gold
  • Orlando City on FIFA22: Orlando City is in the MLS league on FIFA 22.