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Europa League Betting
Europa League betting has never been easier and here at Bet UK you can gain access to thousands of Europa League betting odds all in the same place! Whether you want to back specific teams and players, or just have a hunch on who will win the Europa League, make Bet UK the place to put your knowledge to the ultimate test.
The Europa League is UEFA’s second biggest club tournament and the prize isn’t just a trophy but qualification to the Champions League. Previously overlooked as a minority tournament, it is now packed with elite-level clubs and some of the biggest upcoming stars in world football.
Use the Bet UK online sportsbook to perfect your wagers, back the teams you love and follow the tournament from the first to the last kick!
Europa League Betting odds
You can enjoy Europa League betting all year round thanks to Bet UK. Our sportsbook features scores of varied, diverse football bets that cover every aspect of the tournament. Similar to what we offer for Champions League Betting as well.
Back your favourite teams and players to qualify for the Europa League during the summer, wager on the group stage, and test your knowledge to the max in the knockout rounds. Of course, we offer extensive Europa League final odds, including winner, first goalscorer, correct score and player specials!
Popular Europa League bets include:
- Match winner
- Group winner
- Correct score
- Next goalscorer
- Europa League winner
- Golden Boot betting
How To Bet On Europa League
It’s dead easy to bet on Europa League football. Whether it’s individual games you want to bet on, or outright markets that run throughout the tournament, the process of placing a bet is always the same.
First log into your Bet UK profile or sign up for an account today. You’ll need to be aged 18 and over, pass a number of security checks for your own safety, and make a deposit. After that, come back to this page and look over the Europa League odds. Click on an outcome you want to back, enter your stake in the pop-up bet slip, check your risk and potential reward, and hit ‘Place Bet’ to complete the process.
Then, it’s time to sit back and enjoy the games! Remember, many of our Europa League outright odds and matchday odds are featured in live betting markets. This means you might be able to cash out, or place further bets at different prices.
Best Europa League Bets
Betting on Europa League games and outright markets is pretty straightforward – but one thing that makes this tournament stand out from the rest is the unique way the Europa League plays out.
The fact Champions League third-placed teams drop down to the Europa League means the football odds are always susceptible to being shaken up between the group and the knockout stages.
UEFA have eased this shake-up a little bit by giving Europa League group winners a bye in the first knockout round. Still, it means the Europa League winner odds can totally scramble once the Champions League third-place teams dropdown.
This happened in 2022 when Barcelona crashed into the knockout playoffs. They lasted until the quarter-finals before suffering a shock exit to Frankfurt that rumbled the Europa League odds to win. Usually, teams that fall down from the Champions League limp out. Perhaps the best bet, then, is to back a group winner from the Europa League to lift the trophy come the summer.
Meanwhile, some stats that can aid Europa League bets are:
There were 2.27 goals per Europa League game in 2021/22.
The first goal is scored on average in the 32nd minute of Europa League games.
More goals are scored in the last 15 minutes of Europa League games (20.4%) than any other 15-minute period.
Europa League Winner Odds
Get the latest Europa League winner odds right here at Bet UK and see which are the Europa League favourites this season. Remember, the odds will fluctuate throughout the season and there are two main dates when the changes happen swiftly.
The first is in the summer when teams are trying to qualify for the Europa League. Usually, the Europa League winner odds are much higher for teams at this stage, because there’s uncertainty over who will make the group stage.
The second big change happens over the winter when the Champions League third-place teams all drop into the Europa League. It’s never guaranteed a Champions League team will win the Europa League, but the odds will change. Bet UK update our markets constantly, so keep an eye on our odds to win Europa League for the very latest prices!
Europa League qualifying bets
You can also bet on Europa League qualifying during the summer – and this can be a great source of profits if you guess right. Many league winners in “smaller” European footballing nations enter the latter qualifying stages of the Europa League. And they can be a great source of winning bets, should they come up against lower-ranked outsiders. For those interested in betting on the preliminary qualifiers, it can be viewed as an excellent way to start the football betting season early.
Punters generally tend to stick with backing teams from the “big” European leagues in England, Spain and Germany during the tournament. But qualifying affords you the chance to look at big boys from smaller leagues, like in Denmark, Netherlands, Scotland and Portugal.
Europa League Live Betting
You can bet live on every Europa League game of the season right here at Bet UK! We offer extensive Europa League live bets and in-play markets on thousands of outcomes during each gameweek.
Whether it's the next goalscorer, half-time score, full-time result, yellow cards or corners, you can get the latest odds direct to your computer or phone with Bet UK! Indeed, download the Bet UK app to get Europa League odds on mobile and tablet, and take your bets with you wherever you go.
Europa League FAQs
Q. Who are the favourites to win the 2022/23 Europa League?
A. Manchester United are currently favourites to win the tournament at approximately 49/20. Check out the Europa League betting odds on our sportsbook to find the latest favourites to win the tournament.
Q. When should I place Europa League bets?
A. If you're looking for big odds, you can place bets on the Europa League winners at the start of the season, as historically, one of the teams that starts the season in the Europa League, wins it. However, be aware that Champions League teams often drop down into the latter stages of the competition. Meaning, that instead of facing the likes of Rennes and Union Berlin, your favourites could be facing Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid.
Q. Can I bet on Europa League group games?
A. Yes. Europa League betting is accessible all year long, meaning you can bet in-play, outright and more at Bet UK.
Q. Can I use free bets on the Europa League?
A. Yes. If you've claimed free bets at Bet UK, you'll be able to utilise these bets on the Europa League. Check out our latest free bet offer and see what we're offering today.
Q. How is the Europa League formatted?
The Europa League starts in the qualifying rounds where the 13 teams who were eliminated from the Champions League second qualifying round, join 3 domestic cup winners from associations 14-16 and face off to secure a second chance at European football. The winners are joined by the six domestic cup winners from associations ranked 8th-13th with each winner advancing to the group stages of the Europa League.
The Europa League group stages are then formed with 10 play-off winners, the seven domestic cup winners from associations 1-7, the fourth-placed team in association five and the four teams that finished fifth in associations 1-4. These teams are split into eight groups of four teams after being seeded into four groups depending on their previous European performances. The winners and runner-ups of the eight groups will advance to the knockout rounds of the tournament while the teams that finish in third will drop down to the Europa Conference League.
The final stage is the knockout stage, the first round sees the runner-ups of each group take on the eight teams that have dropped down from the Champions League. The winners will be added to a pot with the eight group winners, over the knockout rounds, teams will face off twice with the winner advancing, creating thrilling competition.
What is the UEFA Europa League?
One of Europe’s most elite competitions returns this season bringing together the top teams from across the continent. Qualification for the Europa League can be achieved through more than one route. Teams can qualify for the tournament based on their final position in the league or by winning a domestic cup competition. Those that fail to qualify for the Champions League knockout stages will also be added to the Europa League knockout stages.
The Europa League competition begins with a group stage consisting of 32 teams, which is then followed by the knockout stages. The knockout stage will include a total of 24 teams with 16 having qualified from the group stage and 8 being added after crashing out of the Champions League group stage.
When does the UEFA Europa League begin?
The Europa League will commence from the start of the season, with the first fixtures set to take place on the 8th September 2022.
Where is the 2022/23 UEFA Europa League Final hosted?
For the upcoming season, the Europa League Final is set to take place in Budapest at the Puskás Arena, boasting an impressive capacity of more than 65,000 seats.
Who won the 2021/22 UEFA Europa League Final?
Eintracht Frankfurt were crowned winners of the 2022/23 Europa League for a second time after beating Rangers 5-4 on penalties, having failed to win the game in the initial 90 minutes and extra time.
What is the difference between the Europa League and the Europa League Conference?
The Europa League and the Europa League Conference are two separate competitions. The Europa League Conference opens the door for more teams across Europe to compete against each other and is ranked below the Champions League and Europa League competitions. The Europa League is ranked as the second-highest competition in European football, falling just behind the Champions League.
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