Euro 2024 Odds – How to Bet on the European Championship

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Euro 2024 is about to kick off, so now is the perfect time to check on Euro 2024 odds and look into how to bet on the Euros.

Euro 2024 is about to kick off, so now is the perfect time to check on Euro 2024 odds and look into how to bet on the Euros.

The prestigious 24-team tournament is considered by many to be more difficult to win than the World Cup as a total of 10 different countries have claimed victory in the first 16 iterations of the tournament.

Here, we’ll discuss the Euro 2024 betting odds, look at the Euro 2024 favorites, and discuss some of the dark horses at long odds who have a legitimate chance of winning.

Euro 2024 Odds

A total of 24 teams will play in Germany this summer. The final three sides, Poland, Ukraine, and Georgia booked their places via playoffs on March 26th.

All Euro 2024 betting odds are as of June 14, 2024 on MNL168 .

CountryCurrent Odds
Czech Republic+20000

Euro 2024 Group Betting Odds

GroupTeamsFavoriteOdds to Win Group
FCzech Republic

Euro 2024 Favorites

England (+375)

Despite never having won the title, England are currently the Euro 2024 favorites to lift the Henri Delaunay Trophy.

England have been on a tear in recent years, having reached the 2018 World Cup semifinals, their first-ever Euro final in 2020, and they made a quarterfinal run at the 2022 World Cup.

After falling to Italy on penalties in the previous European Championship final to miss out on their second-ever major international trophy, England will undoubtedly be motivated to finish the job and have the firepower to back it up.

Jude Bellingham has become one of the world’s best midfielders in his first year at Real Madrid while Harry Kane has continued his dominant form in his first year with Bayern Munich.

Harry Kane England Euros 2024 odds

With Denmark, Slovenia, and Serbia in their group, England should have little trouble advancing to the knockout stage. Though there is some jeopardy for England, if they top Group C they will give themselves a very favorable knockout stage draw and likely host a 3rd-placed teams in the round-of-16.

Finish 2nd in the group, though, and they will have to face the winner of Group A, which is likely to be Germany.

France (+400)

France were just an outstretched Emi Martinez foot and penalties away from winning back-to-back World Cups, so it’s little surprise that Les Bleus are one of the favorites at Euro 2024 betting sites.

France made very light work of their Euro 2024 qualifying opponents, earning seven wins and a draw in eight

Kylian Mbappe France Euros 2024 odds

As he’s still one of the best players in the world, it’s hard to believe that Kylian Mbappé is only 25 years old. Mbappé could be entering his prime years and is only 10 goals away from tying Olivier Giroud (56) on France’s all-time leading goalscorer list.

While he’s very unlikely to set the mark at this tournament, he’ll surely be looking to leapfrog Thierry Henry (51) for 2nd and give France their third European Championship.

Germany (+500)

Since winning the World Cup in 2014, Germany have fallen devastatingly short of expectations in recent major tournaments.

Die Mannschaft were ousted by eventual finalists England in the Euro 2020 round-of-16 while missing the knockout stage in back-to-back World Cups.

Their awful record continued into 2023, where they lost six times and drew twice over the course of 11 international friendlies.

Despite this, Germany is still Germany and will have the advantage of being the host nation. History will be on their side, the Euro hosts have lifted the European Championship trophy on three occasions (Spain 1964, Italy 1968, France 1984) and have reached the final on three others (Belgium 1980, Portugal 2004, France 2016).

Italy was technically a host nation when they won in 2020, but was one of 11 different countries to host a match in a unique tournament that spanned the continent.

Julian Nagelsmann Germany Euro 2024 odds

Germany still has plenty of firepower on the pitch and Julian Nagelsmann will know that the entire weight of the nation falls on him. Luckily for Nagelsmann and Germany, they have a fairly easy group, all things considered, matching up with Scotland, Hungary, and Switzerland. Given their recent history, they won’t underestimate any of their opponents.

Euros Outsiders

Given that four third-placed teams progress to the knockout stage, sides like Scotland, Hungary, Croatia, Austria and others could stay alive and cause upsets in the knockout stage. Let’s take a look at some of our favorite dark horses based on their Euros odds.

  • Croatia (+4000)
    Croatia have qualified for their sixth-straight European Championship and are +4000 to win the Euros despite finishing in third place at the 2022 World Cup and losing the 2018 World Cup final. In what’s likely to be the final major tournament for 38-year-old captain Luka Modrić, Croatia will face a major task as they need to escape Group B against Spain, Italy, and Albania.

    If they do manage to survive and advance to the knockout stage, Croatia could end up with a very manageable draw that could see them make another dark horse run.

  • Netherlands (+1800)
    While the Netherlands always provide some sort of intrigue, they will likely have to be a bit more one-dimensional than usual in order to stun and pull off their first major title since Euro 1988.

    They’ll have to rely on their incredible center back trio of Nathan Ake, Virgil Van Dijk, and Matthijs de Ligt to put on masterclass defensive performances. Meanwhile, Memphis Depay could potentially contend Golden Boot title while young winger duo Cody Gakpo and Xavi Simons will have to step up if the Netherlands have a chance.

    They will start in a challenging Group D against France, Austria, and Poland.

  • Italy (+1600)
    It’d be foolish not to consider the defending champions, even though back-to-back European titles have only taken place on one occasion (Spain 2008, 2012). Just like Croatia, Italy will have a challenging time getting out of Group B against Spain and Albania.

    Although Italy have been practically invisible in the World Cup since winning in 2006, they have enjoyed plenty of success on the European stage, reaching the knockout stage every edition since 2008 and reaching three finals since 2000, winning in 2020 and falling short in 2000 and 2012.

    While Italy is very well-balanced and especially strong in the back, the biggest question will be where their goals will come from. Of the 56 players that have been called up into the Italy squad over the last 12 months, only one player (Ciro Immobile, 17) has scored more than 10 international goals.

Where to Bet on Euro 2024

MNL168, the best online sportsbook in the Philippines, offers great opportunities to bet on Euro 2024.

Now that kickoff is around the corner, you’ll be able to bet on any market you can think of.