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The 17th UEFA European Championship are being hosted in Germany from Friday, June 14 to Sunday, July 14. Qualifying kicked off for Euro 2024 on Thursday, March 23, 2023. The graphs below are generated by calculating the average from a selection of the most trusted sportsbooks.

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Latest Euro 2024 Winner Odds

Team Odds
England +400
France +400
Germany +500
Portugal +600
Spain +750
Netherlands +1400
Italy +1600
Belgium +2200
Denmark +4000
Croatia +5000
Turkey +5000
Switzerland +5000

Odds as of June 18th at Bet365 Sportsbook.

England and France are co-favored to win the UEFA Euro 2024 tournament, followed by Germany, Spain, and Portugal.

Notes on the Euro 2024 odds movement over the course of qualifying and the tournament include:

  • [18-Jun-2024] With the first of the group stage matches complete, the biggest swing in odds among the favorites belongs to Belgium. De Rode Duivels have seen their average title odds drop from +1640 to +2200 following their shock 1-0 loss to Slovakia.
  • [13-Jun-2024] No significant odds movement on the eve of the tournament, with England (+299), France (+364), Germany (+516), and Spain (+750) still averaging the top four odds to win Euro 2024.
  • [5-Jun-2024] England (+300) and France (+400) remain as favorites with just over a week before the start of the tournament, followed by hosts Germany (+550). Three teams to be wary of are Spain (+800), Croatia (+4000), and Italy (+1400), as they’ve all been drawn into Group B. It’s possible that all three can qualify for the Knockout Round, but that’s if they can feast upon Albania – a side that won their group in qualifying.
  • [12-Dec-2023] Earlier this year France and England were +550 and +700 respectively in the Euro 2024 odds, but each have shortened to +350 making them co-favorites for the title now
  • [21-Mar-2023] Ahead of the first Euro qualifying matches this week, it’s Germany and France listed as co-favorites at +550 odds, followed by England and Spain (+750) and Italy at +900 to round out the top five.

Euro 2024 Odds to Win By Group


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Odds for Past UEFA European Championship Winners

In early 2023, France has the shortest early odds alongside hosts Germany. Italy, winners of the 2020 tournament (despite it having taken place in 2021) are fifth-favorites in the early odds. 2020 finalists England are also in the top five.

2016 winners Portugal are still among the top 10 favorites, despite the possibility that Cristiano Ronaldo will not be selected to the national team squad before the tournament.

Recent UEFA European Championship Winners

Year Winner
2020 Italy
2016 Portugal
2012 Spain
2008 Spain
2004 Greece
2000 France
1996 Germany
1992 Denmark
1988 Netherlands
1984 France
1980 West Germany

No countries has won more UEFA European Championships than Germany or Spain, with three apiece.

Die Mannschaft captured titles in 1972 and 1980 as West Germany, and again in 1996, while  also finish as runners-up in 1976, 1992, and 2008. La Furia Roja won the title in 1964, 2008, and 2012, and also finished second in 1984.

Following their second win in 2020, Italy pulls into a tie with France for the second-most Euro wins. Seven other nations have won the tournament once, including both Czechia and Slovakia, as a unified Czechoslovakia, in 1976.

Euro 2024 Key Dates

Event Date
Qualifying March 23, 2023 – November 21, 2023
Play-off Legs March 2024
Group Stage June 14 – June 26
Knockout Rounds June 29 – July 10
Final July 14

Archived Euros Odds Trackers: 2020

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