Euro 2024 Betting Odds: Is It Finally England's Time?

Zack Bussiere
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Euro 2024 Betting Odds: Is It Finally England's Time?

The World Cup is coming to the USA in 2026, but before then, there are several major international tournaments to be played -- including UEFA Euro 2024 this summer.

Euro 2024 will kick off on June 14th in Germany and run until July 14th, with 10 different venues hosting games.

Let's take a look at where the Euro 2024 odds stand, per the soccer odds at FanDuel Sportsbook.

Euro 2024 Betting Odds

Here are the full Euro 2024 outright winner odds along with a breakdown of the main contenders and notable longshots.

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Euro 2024 Favorites

England (+310)

England enter Euro 2024 looking to avenge their home defeat to Italy in the final of Euro 2020. They are the favorites to win this tournament, boasting a talented and experienced roster, one that went undefeated in qualifying with six wins and two draws en route to a first-place finish in their group -- a group which included Italy.

Their 2.37 goals per 90 minutes in qualifying was the fifth-most – per FBRef -- and they allowed just 0.50 goals per match, tied for the fourth-fewest. In their two matches against Italy, they recorded two victories by a combined scoreline of 5-2.

England has been drawn into Group C alongside Denmark, Serbia, and Slovenia. They open their tournament against Serbia on June 16th and are -210 favorites to win the group, according to the group winner odds at FanDuel Sportsbook. Their showdown with Denmark on June 20th is a must-watch affair and will have implications for the entire tournament.

England’s drought at major tournaments is still going, but they have been one of the best teams in the world since the 2018 World Cup and are deserving favorites to finally lift a trophy this Summer.

France (+430)

France is coming off a runner-up finish to Argentina in the dramatic final of the 2022 World Cup. They defeated England, 2-1, in the quarterfinals of that event. They also went undefeated in qualifying, with seven wins and one loss in a group that included the Netherlands.

They finished second in both goals/90 (3.38) and goals allowed/90 (0.37). Their stats were greatly influenced by their 14-0 win over Gibraltar, but they won both their games against the Netherlands by a combined score of 6-1.

France has been drawn into Group D alongside the Netherlands, Austria and the winner of Playoff A (Wales, Finland, Poland, Estonia). France are favorites to win the group (-160) but will face a more difficult task in taking down the Netherlands than England will in getting past Denmark.

France’s road may be slightly more difficult, but they have the talent to overcome it. After being eliminated by Switzerland on penalty kicks in the Round of 16 in the last Euros, France will surely be motivated to improve on that result. Their clash with the Netherlands on June 21st could be the match of the group stages.

Germany (+650)

The hosts are looking to start a new era after consecutive disappointing results at major tournaments. After losing to England in the Round of 16 in Euro 2020, they failed to advance past the group stages in the 2022 World Cup, matching their group stage exit in the 2018 World Cup. Germany hasn’t been to the quarterfinals of a major tournament since Euro 2016.

Playing at home, the pressure to perform will be enormous.

As hosts, Germany did not take part in qualifying. Their results in their 11 friendly matches since their World Cup exit have been anything but reassuring -- 3 wins, 2 draws, and 6 losses. On a positive note, one of their wins was a 2-1 victory over France.

Germany has two friendlies on their schedule between now and the start of the tournament -- versus France and the Netherlands in late March. Expect their results in those matches to be highly scrutinized.

Germany was drawn into Group A alongside Switzerland, Hungry, and Scotland. They will benefit from being in one of the easier groups in the tournament, but there is still enough quality in Group A to send the Germans home early if they slip up again. Getting off to a fast start to their campaign would surely be a huge help, and they will have a chance to do just that with matches against Scotland and Hungry on June 14th and 19th, respectively.

Spain (+750)

Spain lost to Italy on penalty kicks in the semifinals of Euro 2020 and followed that up with a Round-of-16 exit to Morrocco in the 2022 World Cup, also on penalties. Spain has been eliminated on penalties in each of their last three major tournaments.

La Roja were excellent against an easy group in qualifying, escaping with just one blemish, a 2-0 loss to Scotland. Their 2.87 goals/90 ranked third, and their 0.62 goals allowed/90 ranked eighth.

Unfortunately for Spain, their draw for this tournament is anything but easy. They are part of Group B, which certainly seems like the Group of Death with Italy, Croatia, and Albania. Italy and Croatia were far from perfect in qualifying, but this is the only group that includes three teams in the top 11 of the tourney's outright winner odds.

Spain are still favorites to win Group B (-120), but their odds to do so are the worst of all the group favorites.

Their campaign starts with matches against Croatia and Italy, so there will be little room for error for Spain right from the get-go.

Portugal (+900)

Since they won Euro 2016, Portugal has been eliminated in the Round of 16 twice (2018 World Cup and Euro 2020) and the quarterfinals once (2022 World Cup). They had an extremely impressive performance in qualification, winning all 10 of their games with a combined scoreline of 36-2. Their six-team group did not include any other contenders, but they took care of business against the opponents they had to face.

In Euro 2024, Portugal will continue to benefit from a friendly group. They were drawn into Group F alongside Turkey, Czech Republic, and the winner of Playoff C (Georgia, Luxembourg, Kazakhstan, or Greece). Portugal’s odds of winning the group sit at –210, the same as England's and Germany's.

If they reach the knockout stages, Portugal will need to prove that they can earn results against better opposition -- something they have failed to in each of their last three major tournaments.

Longer Shots

Belgium (+1600)

Belgium is looking to bounce back from a group-stage exit in the 2022 World Cup. They were excellent in qualifying, tallying six wins and two draws, and look set to benefit from being drawn into a weaker Group E that includes Romania, Slovakia, and the winner of Playoff B. Their odds of winning the group (-250) are the highest of any team in the tournament.

Italy (+1600)

This is a strange place to find the defending champion, but it’s been a strange half-decade for Italy, whose triumph in Euro 2020 was bookended by failing to qualify for the World Cup in both 2018 and 2022. Their performances in qualifying were far from reassuring as they finished tied with Ukraine on points, advancing on goal differential. A 1-1 draw with North Macedonia was particularly concerning. Italy has the second-best odds to win the Group B (+250), the group of death. Their odds of advancing from the group sit at -450, behind Spain's (-1000) and ahead of Croatia's (-280).

Netherlands (+1800)

The Netherlands are coming off an exciting run to the quarterfinals of the 2022 World Cup, which ended in a feisty loss to Argentina on penalty kicks. Their only defeats in qualifying came against France, and they finished with the sixth-most goals/90 (2.12). Drawn into Group D with France, the Dutch will have a tough time winning the group, but their odds of advancing (-390) look good. If they do, they will be a dangerous Round-of-16 opponent for one of the group winners.

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