European Championships Betting

The European Championship will return in June 2024, with the tournament set to be hosted in Germany. The 2020 Championships had all the drama with Italy making a comeback to defeat England in the final, preventing them from securing their first major international trophy since their World Cup victory in 1966.

You can bet on all the European action with Bet UK providing you with the latest football betting odds from the first kick until the final whistle.

Euro 2024 winner odds

Italy currently holds the crown for the European Championship having pipped England to the trophy in a dramatic penalty shoot-out. Euro 2024 will be filled with action once again as Europe’s biggest nations push for one of the world’s major international football competitions.

As teams find their form in international friendlies and new talent makes their mark on the big stage, the odds for the Euro 2024 winner will fluctuate. Be sure to keep an eye for the latest odds across the markets to find the best odds both ahead of the tournament and throughout.

With Bet UK, you can explore the outright betting markets for all the latest Euro winner odds.

Euro 2024 betting tips

Euro 2024 will mark the sixteenth competition of the Euro Championships, bringing together 24 of Europe’s most successful international teams as they challenge for the title.

You can bet ahead of the competition or live as the tournament develops so it's worth following the teams involved to get an understanding of their form going into the tournament, as well as any in-form players that they might have developed. Having an awareness of each country can help you to find the best odds when searching across the outright and in-play markets.

With the European Championship typically taking place at the end of the season, it is likely for key players to pick up injuries due to the testing fixture list. The loss of key figures can have a decisive influence on the outcome of matches which can be important to consider when selecting the best odds.

Explore all the best odds across in-play and outright football betting markets with Bet UK.

Finding the best Euros betting odds

Bet UK is covering all the Euro action with the latest odds available across in-play and outright markets throughout the competition. Discover our extensive range of in-play odds for the European Championship right here for the following markets:

Correct score - Place a bet on the correct final score of each match

Half-time score - Predict the correct score at half-time

Match result - Decide on who will win the match or predict a draw between the two sides

Player specials - Individual wagers for players throughout the game, including; the total number of goals scored, players to be sent off and more

Next goalscorer - Follow each game live and place bets on who will score the next goal in the match

These in-game betting odds can be combined into a [bet builder bet[(/betting-guides/bet-builder) in order to increase the odds.

For the upcoming European Championship, you can also bet outright across a vast range of odds including:

Euro 2024 Winner - Predict which country will win the European Championship

Top scorer - The player to score the most goals throughout the tournament

Most assists - The most assists achieved by a player at the end of the competition

European top scorer odds

Cristiano Ronaldo showed no signs of ageing, registering the most goals at Euro 2020 with an impressive total of five goals from only four games and breaking more records in the process. The Portuguese forward no longer has time on his side, with Ronaldo now at the age of 37. Euro 2020 could have been his final major international tournament, but when it comes to Cristiano Ronaldo you can never write him off.

A potential decline for Portugal’s star player could also pave the way for the exciting prospects that Europe is currently showcasing. By the time Euro 2024 comes around, players such as Christopher Nkunku, Erling Haaland, Harry Kane, and Kylian Mbappé could be entering prime form, making for a thrilling individual contest, providing they all successfully qualify for Euro 2024.

How to bet on the Euros

Bet UK is providing all the best odds across in-play and outright markets, with the option to bet live or ahead of kick-off. To bet on the Euros, be sure to create your Bet UK account and claim any available offers or promotions. Once you’re set up, you can explore all of the Euro betting odds that are available. Keep an eye on the outright and in-play markets as the odds are likely to be updated ahead of the tournament and throughout.

European Championship FAQs

What is the European Championship?

Since 1960, the UEFA European Championship has been running every four years consisting of Europe’s top international football teams and bringing together football fans from all across the continent. To begin with, 55 teams are eligible to enter the competition before being narrowed down to 24 teams for the Euro finals. All teams will go through qualification games in a group stage format before being narrowed down to the final 24 for the Euro finals.

As part of the Euro finals, teams will be split into six groups of four with the top two teams going through to the round of 16. Four of the best third-placed teams will also progress to complete the last 16 teams. From here, each team will play in single-legged knockout matches as they aim to progress toward the final.

When does the European Championship start?

The European Championship is due to start on the 14th June 2024 and will run until July 2024. The tournament runs alongside the Copa America in South America, so if you're looking to boost your odds, why not check out our Copa America betting odds and boost your odds.

Where are the European Championships being held?

One of the competition's most successful nations will be hosting the next Euros, with the tournament set to take place in Germany. The hosts will be keen to reclaim the European title and cement their place as the competition's most dominant nation, but with close rivals growing in strength, they'll certainly have a large task ahead of them.

Who has won the most European Championships?

Of the sixteen tournaments that have taken place so far, Spain and Germany rank as the most successful teams in the tournament’s history with three titles each. Both Italy and France are following closely with two titles in their collection.