Uefa European Football Championship Odds

Euro 2020 Winner Odds

One of the most popular competitions in football must be the Euros - The European Championship tournament, where the strongest National teams from all across Europe face off against each other to win the ultimate accolade of the European Championships. After being postponed from last year, the Euro 2020 tournament is now set to take place between June 11 and July 11 in different cities across Europe.

The last European Championships took place in 2016 and was won, in a surprising result, by Portugal who managed to beat France - the winners of the last World Cup, in a tense and nail-biting final but who'll win this time? On what team should you place bets? Can the Three Lions finally win?


UEFA Euro 2020 Winner Betting

If you are betting on the UEFA Euro 2020 winner then you've come to the right place, with a whole range of betting markets and competitive winning odds.  For once, because of good form, England stands ahead of the competition as joint-favourites with France, although there are certainly many other countries that can't be counted out. Here are the most current and up-to-date Euro 2020 odds:


The Latest Betting Odds

  • England - Euro 2020 favourites with odds of 5/1
  • France - Joint favourites to win the UEFA Euro 2020 Cup at 5/1
  • Belgium - 6/1
  • Spain - 27/4
  • Germany - 7/1
  • Portugal - 31/4
  • Italy - 10/1
  • Netherlands - 12/1
  • Denmark - 53/2
  • Croatia - 53/2


Who to Bet On?

Can England win Euro 2020? Well, according to the stats, facts and Euro 2020 winner odds, the UEFA Euro winners could well be the England team as they are, along with France, the two teams tipped to make it through the semi-finals and into the UEFA Euro Cup final. But who should you put your money on?

The Favourites: Why would you not take a chance on England? Not only are they favourites to win Euro 2020, alongside World Champions France. With a current score of 7 wins out of eight games to qualify for the tournament, this is the biggest shot they have had - 5/1.

A Strong Contender: With the likes of Kevin De Bruyne and having just missed out on a semi-final place in the World Cup to France, the Belgium team has never been stronger and are definitely worthy of a second look - 6/1.

Worth a Shot: Italy had a disaster at the World Cup but are going into this tournament with ten wins from ten games. With very generous Euro 2020 odds to win of 10/1, Italy is definitely worth a shot and could well be the dark horses.


Favourites to Win Euro 2020 - A Closer Look

So, taking into account the data provided and the winner betting odds, here are the teams that we believe stand a good chance of either reaching the quarterfinals, semi-finals or even challenging for the tournament title.



Gareth Southgate's men have a real shot this time and the Euro 2021 odds reflect this. This exciting young team managed to reach the World Cup semi-finals in 2018 and were pipped to the post by a strong Croatian team. But the time elapsed since that defeat has only served to give the squad more maturity and strength.

The squad boasts some of the greatest players in the world, including Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford as well as some of the most exciting up and coming stars of the game such as Trent Alexander-Arnold, Tammy Abraham and Jadon Sancho. What's more, with the finals being held at Wembley Stadium, the team has the home advantage which always increases the Euro betting prices. As such, Euro bookmakers all have England as joint favourites to win. England got through its qualifying group comfortably with 7 wins from 8 games. England to win Euro 2020 odds - 5/1



Many Euro bets will go on France, the current World football champions, to win. The French squad finished runners up in the 2016 tournament, having been beaten by Portugal. They took this on the chin and went on to win the 2018 World Cup. The reason for success is not only down to the leadership of Didier Deschamps but also stars such as Antoine Griezmann, Raphael Varane and Paul Pogba working perfectly alongside promising youngsters Kylian Mbappe and Ousmane Dembele.

The French team managed to head its group easily with eight wins from ten games, although they did struggle against Turkey. They also have a tough group to get through with Portugal and Germany both vying for a place in the knockouts.



After managing third place in the World Cup 2018, the Red Devils will certainly be looking for the win this time. They might well stand a very good chance this time with a very impressive team including Kevin de Bruyne, Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku.

The Belgium squad certainly had an impressive time in their qualifying group, managing ten straight wins - scoring 40 goals and conceding only 3 goals. The team is looking fearsome - and with the one-year time delay, they have grown even stronger. Moreover, unlike France, Belgium doesn't have too much to worry about in Group stages with the other teams being Denmark, Finland and North Macedonia. With North Macedonia just about qualifying, and Denmark and Finland being down in the pecking order, we reckon at least the semi-finals for this team.



Anyone who knows anything about football betting knows that Germany can never be ruled out of winning anything. Despite having a shocking World Cup and coming bottom of their Nations League pool in 2018, there is no doubt they will put that squarely behind them and look to the future.

The performance in the qualifying group stages was much more impressive - having won seven from their eight games. Their history in this tournament has to be respected. Not only has Germany won the European Championships three times already, but they have reached the semi-finals a further nine times. However, they have a very tough group against Portugal and France so will need a strong start.



Spain is a team that always goes out believing they can win no matter what. They managed to get through their qualifying group with no defeats and just two draws. With a reasonably straightforward Group E, Spain will look to make a comeback this time - led by veteran player Sergio Ramos.



Another strong European team that has had a rough few years has been Italy - a team that actually failed to qualify for the last World Championship tournament for the first time since 1968. However, they had much more success in their Euro 2020 qualifying group with ten straight wins and 37 goals.



Portugal will be going in as the defending champions but will not be going in as Euro 2020 favourites. They only managed to come in second in their qualifying group, behind Ukraine, so aren't going in full of confidence. Their captain, Cristiano Ronaldo is now 36, and although he is still excellent, he is no longer at peak form. However, the team is capable of pulling out a shock win.


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Euro 2020 FAQs


Who Will Win Euro 2020?

There are a few teams that could win the tournament - England, France and Belgium being favourites, although you can never rule out Germany, Italy or Spain. Check out our latest odds to see who is currently the favourite team.


Can England Beat World Champions France?

This will be a tricky one as both teams are coming in as joint-favourites. France has a tougher group than England and will need to play well from the start. England can win against France, but it will be difficult.


Who Has England Got in the Group Stages?

In the group stages, England has Croatia, Scotland and the Czech Republic.

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