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Euro 2024 Germany

The finals of the 17th edition of the UEFA European Championships take place in Germany between June 14 and July 14 2024. The finals will be contested by 24 countries, the host nation plus 23 qualifiers. The Germans will be hoping that home advantage can help bring them a fourth tournament win.And here at we’re going to be with you all the way to the final in Berlin’s Olympiastadion on Sunday 14 July.

This page is your gateway to the very best in Euro betting – the ultimate guide to Euro odds, Euro predictions and much more.

Whether you’re looking to place an early bet on the winner of the Euros, take a punt on the tournament’s top scorer, or get involved in the matches when the event begins on June 14, we’ve got it covered right here.

2020 runners up England and 2022 World Cup finalists France are the favourites with the bookies, with England being the most fancied at the time of writing. Hosts Germany cannot be ruled out, with Spain, champions in 2008 and 2012 looking like a genuine threat again, while Portugal and Belgium could be in the mix. And there are a number of other nations who could emulate Denmark in 1992 and Greece in 2004 and upset the odds! It promises to be an exciting summer of football.

FIFA World Cup Special Betting Markets, Odds & Outrights

Every bookie worth its salt will have a huge range of Euro 2024 betting markets, Euro 2024 odds and outrights on their sites for you to wager on. 

From regular Euros betting on game markets like match winner, correct result or first scorer, to more niche specials such as the number of red cards and the golden glove winner, you’ll find it all at the best betting sites in the UK.

Tournament Winner Odds

 FIrst and foremost we deal with betting on who will lift the trophy on June 14.

Here are our early Euro betting tips for the outright winner.

England 7/2

Since their 1966 World Cup win England have often been a good team. A regular quarter final team. However, the English media have often hyped up expectations and then been hugely critical if things went wrong. However, under Gareth Southgate they seem to have gone up a level and look more likely to turn up on the big occasion. Southgate has a great record in tournament football, steering the Three Lions to the 2018 World Cup semi finals, the Euro 2020 Final and the World Cup quarter-finals in 2022. The squad contains top quality players such as Declan Rice, Bukayo Saka and Harry Kane. And in Jude Bellingham, currently starring in La Liga for Real Madrid, have a potential Ballon d’Or winner. England have to be taken as a serious proposition.

France 7/2

Runners up in the 2022 World Cup and World champions in 2018 the 2020 Euros were a disappointment for the French, blighted by alleged internal arguments, they crashed out to Switzerland on penalties in the round of 16. With a squad packed with talent, they are serious contenders, with most bookies seeing very little to choose between them and England. Inspired by Kylian Mbappe, a man very much in the frame for the Ballon d’ Or, Les Bleus also boast talents such as Antoine Griezmann, Kingsley Coman, Aurélien Tchouamen, Eduardo Camavinga and Warren Zaïre-Emery. Didier Deschamps will be confident of a strong showing from his side in Germany.

Germany 6/1

Germany may be going through a transitional period and they may have had a difficult start to life under new boss Julian Nagelsmann but Germany have a history of performing in major tournaments and still have a number of top quality players to call upon, including İlkay Gündoğan, Florian Wirtz, Jamal Musiala, Leroy Sané Antonio Rudiger, Joshua Kimmich and the experienced Thomas Muller.  Added to this, Real Madrid star Toni Kroos, who retired from international football after Euro 2020, has made himself available for section again. Kroos will add both quality and experience to Nagelsmann’s squad.

Germany have won the Euros on three occasions and as traditional tournament heavyweights and hosts the weight of expectation will be on them. If they can deal with the pressure and find a pattern of play that works under Nagelsmann they will be a serious threat.

Spain 7/1

Spain won Euro 2008 and went on to sweep all before them, winning the World Cup in 2010 and the Euros again in 2012. Since then La Roja have struggled to impose themselves on tournaments, their run to the semi-finals of Euro 2020 being their best performance. They have though shown recent signs of being more clinical and, other than their deserved defeat to Scotland, looked pretty good in qualifying. They beat Euro 2020 winners and Group B rivals Italy in the final of the Nations League and look serious contenders again. A serious knee injury sustained by Barcelona midfielder Gavi will almost certainly see him ruled out of the tournament. This is a huge blow to Luis de la Fuente’s side.

Euro 2024 Odds from bet365

Latest odds. Odds correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.

Odds from bet365
Germany 6/1

Best Player Odds

The Player of the Tournament is more than just a goalscorer and often doesn’t even play for the team that wins the event. He is a personality who encapsulates the spirit of the tournament. The likes of Bellingham, Mbappe, Kevin de Bruyne Pedri and Rodri are names who could be in the running. Odds to follow.

Past winners of the MVP award include notable names such as:

1996: Matthias Sammer (Germany)

2000: Zinedine Zidane (France)

2004: Theodoros Zagorakis (Greece)

2008: Xavi Hernández (Spain)

2012: Andrés Iniesta (Spain)

2016: Antoine Griezmann (France)

2020: Gianluigi Donnarumma (Italy)

Top Scorer Odds

Winning the Golden Boot at a major tournament such as the Euros is a huge accolade. Kane, Mbappe, Bellingham and Alvaro Morata are all names who could be in the mix. In the event of an equal number of goals, the number of assists determines the winner.  Odds to follow.

The award has been won by a number of great footballers over the years, here are some of them:

  • Michel Platini (France) – 1984: Platini scored nine goals during the 1984 European Championship and remains the player with the most goals in a single European Championship tournament.
  • Alan Shearer (England) – 1996: Shearer scored seven goals at Euro 1996 on home soil, helping England reach the semi-finals.
  • Patrick Kluivert (Netherlands) – 2000: Kluivert shared the top scorer title with five other players at Euro 2000, scoring four goals.
  • Fernando Torres (Spain) – 2012: Torres won the Euro 2012 top scorer’s league with three goals and played a key role in Spain’s victory at the tournament.

In the last European Championship play-off, it was Portugal’s superstar Cristiano Ronaldo who took home the award as top scorer after 5 goals and 1 assist. Czech Patrik Schick came second, with  5 goals. 

Euro 2024 – Latest Bonuses and Promotions

As you’d expect, we will have our fingers on the pulse when it comes to the very latest Euro 2024 betting bonuses and promos.

Of course, you’ll be able to pick up a multitude of free bets with all the classic sign up bonuses available. These include Bet365’s Bet £10 Get £30 in Free Bets offer

But that’s just the start of the Euros betting bonanza. As we move towards the tournament kick-off the bookies will be chomping at the bit to offer all sorts of Euros betting promotions. 

These will include accumulator bonuses, special money-back offers for England games and extra free bets if your bet comes off.

EURO 2024 – Group Stage Expert Analysis, Predictions  & Odds

Group Stage betting is always popular during major tournaments and the Euros is no exception. Performance in the group is crucial, not just to qualify for the knockout stages but, for the tournament favourites, to secure a favourable draw and to set the right tone in terms of performance.

The first challenge is to make sure you finish in the top two and get out of the group. This often isn’t as easy as it seems. Many fancied teams have made embarrassing group stage exits in the past.

Then there’s the question of whether it’s better to finish first or second, depending on how the other groups are progressing and how the seeding is done.

Bookies will offer Euro odds on which teams will win their group, who will come second and which teams will qualify for the knockout stage. We have previewed each group in order for you to check out the key info.

Selected Betting Sites – EURO 2024

You’ll be hard-pressed to find a bookmaker that doesn’t go all-in on the Euros. It’s a great opportunity for them to attract new business and encourage extra betting.

The most popular betting sites are usually some of the most reputable.

Check them out, pick up a welcome bonus and enjoy Euro betting with the best.

Looking to have a bet on the Euros? Check out our top list of UEFA EURO bookmakers with

EURO 2024 – Team Overview, Form, Insights & Odds 

As of mid-February 2024, 20 teams are confirmed with the remaining four slots to be determined by the play offs. Currently England and France look to be the form teams with the most quality. Germany may not be in form but they have quality players and home advantage could be key. Spain have terrific strength in depth and look more clinical than at any stage since the aftermath of their 2012 triumph, though the loss of Gavi (barring a Lazarus like recovery) is a huge blow. Belgium’s hopes could be boosted by the return of De Bruyne. After missing the first half of the season the Manchester City schemer will be coming into the Euros fresher than most and this could make the Belgians a dangerous proposition. At 14/1 they could be a great each-way punt. England and France at 7/2 are with a bet and both Germany, 6/1 and Spain 7/1 could be good value and it is worth monitoring their form in the run up to the tournament. Portugal are 8/1 to repeat their 2016 win and could be of interest. They boast a number of top class players and the tournament could provide a last hurrah on the international stage for Cristiano Ronaldo. Defending champions Italy are 16/1 to retain their crown and many pundits feel that this is unlikely.

EURO 2024 – Venues and Stadiums

Germany had a large choice of stadiums that fulfilled UEFA’s minimum capacity requirement of 30,000 seats for European Championship matches.

Nine of the 10 of the venues selected for Euro 2024 were used for the 2006 FIFA World Cup: Berlin, Dortmund, Munich, Cologne, Stuttgart, Hamburg, Leipzig, Frankfurt, and Gelsenkirchen.  Düsseldorf, which was not used in 2006 but had previously been used for the 1974 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 1988, will be the 10th venue.  Hanover, Nuremberg and Kaiserslautern, host cities in 2006 (in addition to 1974 and 1988 in Hanover’s case), will not be used for Euro 2024.. Munich was also a host city at the multi-national UEFA Euro 2020 tournament, held in 2021 due to COVID. 

Various other stadiums, such as those in Bremen and Mönchengladbach, were not selected.

The venues cover all the main regions of Germany, he area with the highest number of venues being the  Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, with four of the ten host cities (Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Gelsenkirchen and Cologne).

Euro 2024 Venues

BerlinOlympiastadion Berlin74461
MunichFußball Arena München (Allianz Arena)70076
DortmundBVB Stadion Dortmund65849
Stuttgart Stuttgart Arena54906
GelsenkirchenArena AufSchalke54740
FrankfurtFrankfurt Arena54697
DüsseldorfDüsseldorf Arena51031
Cologne Cologne Stadium49827 
Leipzig Leipzig Stadium42,959

Euro 2024 – Quick Facts

Here are some quick facts about the European Football Championship for men in 2024:

  • The European Football Championship 2024 is the 17th European Championship. It is the second time Germany has hosted the European Championship. They hosted the 1988 Euros as West Germany.
  • 24 nations compete in this year’s European Men’s Football Championship. The tournament will run between June 14 and July 14. A total of 51 matches will be played, of which 36 are group stage matches.
  • 10 arenas in 10 different cities will be used for the Football European Championship 2024.
  • During the Football European Championship in Germany, 16,000 volunteers will work in and around the stadiums.
  • For the first time, UEFA has a sustainability vision for the European Championship, where the matches will be played in three clusters. The northern cluster includes Berlin, Hamburg and Leipzig as game locations, the western cluster includes Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Gelsenkirchen and Cologne, while the southern cluster includes Frankfurt, Munich and Stuttgart.
  • Euro 2024 will promote vegan food and “all-gender toilets” as part of a wide-ranging push for “diversity and inclusion”, according to organisers.
  • The mascot for the European Championships in Germany will be a teddy bear.

Euro 2024 Betting Tips, Odds & Predictions

Every time an international football tournament comes around we see another increase in the number of people betting. 

With so many new punters around it’s important for a respected source to provide the most up to date and reputable Euro odds, tips and predictions. is that resource – right here you’ll find Euro betting tips and predictions from our expert writers as well as Euro Odds.So if you’re new to betting on the Euros or full of punting experience, is your home for Europe’s summer of football.

When & Where is Euro 2024 taking place?

Euro 2024 takes place in Germany from June 14 until July 14.

Euro 2024 Playoffs

Twelve teams will compete in March’s UEFA EURO 2024 play-offs, with three places in the finals available.

The six semi-finals take place on 21 March, with the winners advancing to three finals on 26 March. The three winning teams in those games complete the 24-team Euro 2024 finals line-up.

Play-off fixtures

The play-offs are all single-leg knockout matches. If ties are level at the end of normal time they go to extra time and, if required, a penalty shoot-out.

Semi-finals (21 March)

Path A: Poland vs Estonia, Wales vs Finland

Path B: Israel vs Iceland, Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Ukraine

Path C: Georgia vs Luxembourg, Greece vs Kazakhstan

Finals (26 March)

Path A: Wales/Finland vs Poland/Estonia

Path B: Bosnia and Herzegovina/Ukraine vs Israel/Iceland

Path C: Georgia/Luxembourg vs Greece/Kazakhstan

EURO 2024 Tournament Structure

Before the main tournament itself begins, countries go through a qualification phase where they fight for a place in the main tournament. This is done through a series of qualifying matches that are played over a period that in rules extends over a year.

In the finals there will be six qualifying groups. The top two from each group qualify for the round of 16 along with the four best third-placed teams. The knockout rounds then continue to the final. There will be no third-place play-off.

 EURO 2024 – Key Dates to Remember

  • 21-26th May 2024 – Qualifying playoffs
  • 14th June 2024 – Tournament starts
  • 29th June to 2nd July 2024 – Round of 16
  • 5-6th July 2024 – Quarter finals
  • 9-10th July 2024 – Semi finals
  • 14th July 2024 – Final

Key Players to Watch at EURO 2024

A number of the biggest names in world football will put their skills on display at the Euros. France’s Kylian Mbappe, his soon to be Real Madrid teammate Jude Bellingham of England, Bayern Munich’s England striker Harry Kane, Belgian midfield maestro Kevin de Bruyne, Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo and Spanish Midfielder Rodri are some of the potential leading lights.

Cristiano Ronaldo – Portugal

Ronaldo will probably be making his final appearance in a major tournament at Euro 2024. CR7 has reached the age of 39 and it will probably be a big ask to see him at this level again. The Portuguese is one of the best players in the history of the game.

His importance to Real Madrid and Portugal has been enormous and if you look at his statistics, you can’t help but be impressed. Since debuting in the Portuguese A national team, Ronaldo has scored 128 goals in 205 internationals (until February 17). In the context of the national team, it is by far the best rating. Second on the list Iran’s Ali Daei has scored 20 goals less and Lionel Messi of Argentina has 22 goals up.

Kylian Mbappé – France

French forward Mbappé is today considered one of the world’s best footballers. With his blistering pace and his technical skill, he makes life difficult for the opponents time and time again. At PSG he has almost averaged a goal per game and in the French national team he is well on his way to becoming the best goalscorer in Les Bleus history.

Florian Wirtz – Germany

Bayer Leverkusen’s midfield star Florian Wirtz, 20, has been a hot topic of conversation in Germany for a long time. In 2021, he became the first 18-year-old to score 5 goals in the Bundesliga and in the same year he made his national team debut in the A national team. Since then, the development has accelerated even more.

Pedri – Spain

In Spain’s midfield, Pedri has already showcased his incredible talent at both club and national team level. Known for his vision, awareness, composure and creativity, Pedri is expected to be a crucial player for Spain at Euro 2024.

His ability to control the tempo of the game and link plays together makes him one of the most exciting talents in European football. Since moving from Las Palmas to Barcelona in 2020, Pedri has developed into one of the world’s best midfielders and in Germany it may well be his time to shine a little extra.

Rodri – Spain

Defensive midfielders can go unnoticed, however, Manchester City star Rodri is vital to club and country. He is as good a holding midfielder as there is in the world and his all round game means that he offers the team so much more than simply screening the back four and being an outlet for a pass.

Harry Kane – England

Kane has been in fine goalscoring form this season and will be looking to carry this into the Euros.

Jude Bellingham – England

Bellingham has made his mark in the Bundesliga and La Liga with his dynamic and mature performances in midfield. His ability to move all over the pitch, combined with his talent for scoring and creating goals, makes him an invaluable asset to the Three Lions.

Bellingham’s energy and versatility will be crucial for England as they seek revenge for their final defeat to Italy last time out.

Kevin de Bruyne – Belgium

De Bruyne is one of the best midfielders in the world and after missing the first half of the season he will be fresh. Consitently excellent for Manchester City in the Premier League and the Champions League, and internationally for Belgium, De Bruyne could well produce some stellar performances this summer.

When it comes to Euro 2024 betting markets you are either going to focus on individual matches or outright bets.

For individual matches the most popular markets are:

  • Final result 1X2 – bet on who will win or if the game will end in a draw
  • Correct Result – try to predict the exact result of the game
  • First Goalscorer – select the player you think will score the first goal of the game

Popular outright markets include:

  • Eur0 2024 winner – bet on the team you think will win the final
  • Group winner – choose the team you think will win a selected group
  • Top scorer – select the player you think will score the most goals

History of the Euros

he European Football Championship for Men is one of the most prestigious tournaments in European football and has a rich history spanning more than half a century. The tournament was founded by the European football association UEFA in 1960 and has been a cornerstone of the European football calendar ever since.

Over the years, the Men’s European Football Championship has given us countless memorable moments and dramatic matches. Teams such as Germany, Spain, France and Italy have all made their mark on the history of the tournament through their impressive performances and victorious campaigns.

One of the most memorable tournaments was in 2004 when Greece, under the leadership of Otto Rehhagel, roared to win their first and so far only title. Their defensive discipline and tactical brilliance combined with their strong team spirit made them unexpected champions.

Football’s European Championship has also been a platform for individual brilliance, with players such as Jürgen Klinsmann, Michel Platini, Marco van Basten, Zinedine Zidane and Cristiano Ronaldo shining and creating magic on the pitch.

Euro 2024 Predictions at is the home of Euro betting predictions. So make sure you keep an eye on this page for all of our expert Euro betting insights. We’re simply the home of sports betting online.

In terms of early indications, we’re going for England to win the title at an attractive 7/1. Get it now before the Euro 2024 odds shorten.

Euro 2024 Live Betting

Live betting is going to be massive for Euro 2024..

Keep your mobile to hand and tuned to throughout the tournament so you can take advantage of all the live scores and offers as they happen.

EURO 2024 Cash-out Options

Cash-out is a useful way to take advantage of a winning bet before it all goes pear-shaped. Almost every bookie will allow you to cash out most bets, although be aware that you’ll end up with much less cash than you would if you wait till the final whistle.

Bookmakers social responsibility during EURO 2024

No Euros betting site wants to come across as socially irresponsible, especially during a major international tournament when the world’s betting critics will be focused on everything a bookmaker does. At the same time, Gambling Authority regulations ensure responsible gaming policies are implemented.

Gambling responsibly is ultimately to the bookie’s benefit – they do well when you have a good time and come back for more. That’s why they offer tools such as time out, betting limits and deposit limits.

Betting Responsibly on Euro 2024

Ultimately it is up to you, the player, to take responsibility for your Euro 2024 betting. If you feel like you are losing control then be sure to take a break and set limits on the amount you spend. Check out our responsible gambling section.

Check out the best betting sites in the UK with ahead of making your picks.

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