Euro 2020 Odds and Picks To Win UEFA European Football Championship

  • BetOnline‘s Euro 2020 Odds favor England (+500) and France (+500) to win the UEFA European Football Championship
  • The 24-country tournament gets underway on June 11 after being delayed a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Portugal (+800) and aging star Cristiano Ronaldo look to defend their 2016 Euro Cup

After being delayed a year by the coronavirus pandemic, Euro 2020 will finally get underway on June 11th in an expanded format that will see 24 countries compete to be crowned the champions of Europe.

To mark the 60th anniversary of the tournament, the event will be held in 11 European cities over the next month before culminating at Wembley Stadium in London on July 11.

Let’s look at all 24 nations’ odds to win the UEFA European Football Championship and make our picks and predictions on who will crowned the continent’s top team. You can also find Euro Cup wagering tips and advice in our 2021 soccer betting guide here.

Odds to win Euro 2020

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England+500
France+500
Belgium+600
Germany+700
Portugal+800
Spain+800
Italy+1000
Netherlands+1200
Croatia+2800
Denmark+2800
Ukraine+4000
Turkey+5000
Poland+6600
Russia+6600
Switzerland+6600
Austria+8000
Sweden+8000
Czech Republic+10000
Wales+15000
Scotland+20000
Slovakia+20000
Hungary+25000
Finland+50000
North Macedonia+50000

England and France are the favorites

Despite not having won the World Cup since 1966 and never having claimed the European Championship in its 60-year existence, England (+500) is co-favored in Euro 2020. Captain Harry Kane leads a deep group of attacking talents who have scored 39 goals in their last 14 international outings, only losing twice.

The Three Lions are in a winnable group with the Czech Republic, Scotland and Croatia, but in the Round of 16 will likely face Germany (+700), the reigning European champions in Portugal (+800) or the co-favorites in France (+500), the 2018 World Cup Champions.


Led by phenom and player-of-the-tournament frontrunner Kylian Mbappe, the French are in the Group of Death along with Germany and Portugal, but will likely be favored in every match regardless of their opponent.

Oddsmakers also like Belgium (+600), who boast as many star players as any nation in the event with Kevin De Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard.

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Other contenders and longshots

Outside the top contenders, Spain is listed at +800 despite failing to progress beyond the round of 16 since winning the Euros in 2012 (not to mention the 2010 World Cup and 2008 Euros before that). And Italy‘s young attacking team is at +1000 after rebounding from the embarrassment of not qualifying for the 2018 World Cup.

Thinking of betting a longshot? Keep in mind that Greece won the Euro Cup in 2004 after beginning the competition at 150/1 odds, so anything is possible.

Croatia (+2800) will benefit from the same weak Group D as England, so Luka Modric and the club that made the 2018 World Cup Final could have one more run in them. With a core of top players currently starring on some of the best teams in Europe, Denmark (+2800) is also a strong bet, having tallied 14 goals in three World Cup qualifying matches.

Looking further down the list still, Turkey (+5000) lost just one of their ten Euro qualifying games and even defeated France.

While the Danes are our preferred darkhorse, we believe Portugal (+800) will survive the Group of Death and repeat as UEFA European Football Champions.

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