Euro 2020 Betting Tips

The 2020 UEFA European Championship will be the 16th edition of an international football tournament contested by the men's national teams of the members of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA).

Euro 2020 will be held in 12 cities in 12 UEFA countries from 12 June to 12 July 2020. The tournament will be the first time the VAR (video assistant referee) system will be used at the UEFA European Championship.

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Euro 2020 FAQ

Where is Euro 2020 being played?

Euro 2020 will be played in 12 countries including Azerbaijan, Denmark, England, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Republic of Ireland, Romania, Russia, Scotland and Spain.

When is Euro 2020 being played?

Euro 2020 will be played from 12 June to 12 July 2020.

Who won Euro 2016?

Portugal won Euro 2016 after defeating France 1-0 in the 2016 UEFA European Championship Final at Stade de France in Paris, France on 10 July 2016.

Where will the Euro 2020 Final be played?

The Euro 2020 Final will be played at Wembley Stadium in London, England.

When will the Euro 2020 Final be played?

The Euro 2020 Final will be played on Sunday 12 July 2020.

Euro 2020 Betting Odds


The Euro 2020 betting odds sees England lead the way at bet365 followed by Belgium, France and Netherlands. Not far behind are Spain, Germany, Italy and Portugal. 

Euro 2020 Top Goalscorer Betting Odds


The Euro 2020 top goalscorer is sure to be a popular betting market. The Euro 2020 top goalscorer betting odds are favouring England's Harry Kane with Cristiano Ronaldo close behind. Prominent players include Romelu Lukaku, Kylian Mbappe, Memphis Depay, Antoine Griezmann, Raheem Sterling, Eden Hazard, Serge Gnabry, Alvaro Morata, Ciro Immobile, Robert Lewandowski, Paco Alcacer and Marcus Rashford.

Euro 2020 Results


Get all the latest Euro 2020 results to start planning ahead to get a jump on the bookmakers. The Euro 2020 betting odds will fluctuate until kick off for each match so getting in early is essential for getting the best value.

Euro 2020 Free Bets


Take advantage of Euro 2020 free bets when you sign up for a new account with an online bookmaker. Use Euro 2020 free bets during the tournament to get your sports betting account off to a positive start.

Euro 2020 Bet of the Day


We will select our best bet to share as our Euro 2020 bet of the day during the tournament. Our Euro 2020 bet of the day could be a match winner, over/under 2.5 goals tip, handicap or player market including first goalscorer and anytime goalscorer.

Euro 2020 Fixtures


We have a full list of all the Euro 2020 fixtures so you don't miss a minute of the action.

Euro 2020 Venues


The UEFA 2020 European Championship will be played in 12 cities in 12 countries.

StadiumCityCountryCapacity
Wembley Stadium London England  90,000
Allianz Arena Munich Germany  75,000
Stadio Olimpico Rome Italy  72,698
Olympic Stadium Baku Azerbaijan  68,700
Krestovsky Stadium Saint Petersburg Russia  68,134
Arena Națională Bucharest Romania 55,600
Puskás Aréna Budapest Hungary  67,889
San Mamés
Bilbao
Spain 53,332
Johan Cruyff Arena Amsterdam Netherlands  54,990
Hampden Park Glasgow Scotland  52,063
Parken Stadium Copenhagen Denmark  38,065
Aviva Stadium Dublin Republic of Ireland  51,700

Euro 2020 Groups


Euro 2020 will feature six groups containing four teams each. The play-off winners will be determined in March 2020:

Group AGroup BGroup CGroup DGroup EGroup F
Turkey Denmark Netherlands[a] England Spain Play-off
Italy Finland Ukraine Croatia Sweden Portugal
Wales Belgium Austria Play-off Poland France
Switzerland Russia Play-off  Czech Republic Play-off Germany

Euro 2020 Live Streaming


Watch all the football matches at Euro 2020 with live streaming. Euro 2020 live streams are a great way to watch the tournament anywhere you can obtain a suitable internet connection. 

Bookmaker bet365 have one of the best live streaming services so you can watch live sport on your phone, iPad, tablet or computer including football, soccer, tennis, basketball, cricket and horse racing. Bet365 have made it simple to switch between the betting markets and live action so you can bet and watch, 18+ and geo-restrictions apply, please see the terms and conditions at bet365.

Euro 2020 Highlights 


Watch the Euro 2020 highlights so you don't miss any of the great goals. Watching Euro 2020 highlights is also essential to see what players and teams are in form and worth backing during the tournament.


Euro 2020 News


Get all the Euro 2020 news by checking in with the UEFA.com website.

Euro 2020 Social Media


Follow Euro 2020 on all the major social media sites including twitter, facebook and instagram.


UEFA European Championship Winners, Runners-Up & Hosts


YearHost/sWinnersFinal ScoreRunners-upTeams
2024Germanytbctbctbctbc
2020Europetbctbctbc24
2016FrancePortugal1-0 (aet)France24
2012Poland/UkraineSpain4-0Italy16
2008Austria/SwitzerlandSpain1-0Germany16
2004PortugalGreece1-0Portugal16
2000Belgium/NetherlandsFrance2-1 (gg)Italy16
1996EnglandGermany2-1 (gg)Czech Republic16
1992SwedenDenmark2-0Germany8
1988West GermanyNetherlands2-0Soviet Union8
1984FranceFrance2-0Spain8
1980ItalyWest Germany2-1Belgium8
1976YugoslaviaCzechoslovakia2-2 (5-3 p)West Germany4
1972BelgiumWest Germany3-0Soviet Union4
1968ItalyItaly2-0 (replay)Yugoslavia4
1964SpainSpain2-1Soviet Union4
1960FranceSoviet Union2-1 (aet)Yugoslavia4

Who has won the most UEFA European Championships?


Germany (formerly West Germany) and Spain have both won three UEFA European Championships followed by France who have won twice. Portugal, Italy, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Denmark, Greece and Soviet Union have all won once.

TeamWinnersRunners-up
Germany3 (1972, 1980, 1996)3 (1976[a], 1992, 2008)
Spain3 (1964, 2008, 2012)1 (1984)
France2 (1984, 2000)1 (2016[b])
Soviet Union1 (1960)3 (1964, 1972, 1988)
Italy1 (1968)2 (2000, 2012)
Czech Republic1 (1976)1 (1996)
Portugal1 (2016)1 (2004[b])
Netherlands1 (1988)
Denmark1 (1992)
Greece1 (2004)
Yugoslavia2 (1960, 1968)
Belgium1 (1980)

UEFA European Championship Top Scorers


Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo leads the way with nine goals at the UEFA European Championship. He equaled France's Michel Platini who scored nine goals in just five matches at UEFA Euro 1984 where France won the tournament on home soil.

PlayerTeamMatchesGoals
Cristiano Ronaldo  Portugal 21 9
Michel Platini  France 5 9
Alan Shearer  England 9 7
Antoine Griezmann  France 7 6
Thierry Henry  France 11 6
Zlatan Ibrahimović  Sweden 13 6
Patrick Kluivert  Netherlands 9 6
Nuno Gomes  Portugal 14 6
Wayne Rooney  England 10 6
Ruud van Nistelrooy  Netherlands 8 6
Milan Baroš  Czech Republic 10 5
Fernando Torres  Spain 13 5
Mario Gomez  Germany 13 5
Jürgen Klinsmann  Germany 13 5
Savo Milošević  Yugoslavia 4 5
Marco van Basten  Netherlands 9 5
Zinédine Zidane  France 14 5
Dennis Bergkamp  Netherlands 13 4
Angelos Charisteas  Greece 9 4
David Villa  Spain 4 4
Dragan Džajić  Yugoslavia 5 4
Henrik Larsson  Sweden 10 4
Dieter Müller  Germany 2 4
Gerd Müller  Germany 2 4
Roman Pavlyuchenko  Russia 8 4
Lukas Podolski  Germany 12 4
Vladimír Šmicer  Czech Republic 11 4
Rudi Völler  Germany 8 4
Alfonso  Spain 8 3
Klaus Allofs  Germany 6 3
Frank Arnesen  Denmark 4 3
Gareth Bale  Wales 6 3
Michael Ballack  Germany 11 3
Mario Balotelli  Italy 6 3
Jakub Błaszczykowski  Poland 8 3
Tomas Brolin  Sweden 4 3
Antonio Cassano  Italy 13 3
Cesc Fàbregas  Spain 16 3
David Silva  Spain 15 3
Youri Djorkaeff  France 10 3
Alan Dzagoev  Russia 3 3
Olivier Giroud  France 9 3
Hélder Postiga  Portugal 7 3
Valentin Ivanov  USSR 4 3
Miroslav Klose  Germany 13 3
Jan Koller  Czech Republic 10 3
Frank Lampard  England 4 3
Henrik Larsen  Denmark 7 3
Brian Laudrup  Denmark 8 3
Mario Mandžukić  Croatia 6 3

UEFA European Championship top scorers by tournament


Some famous names on the UEFA European Championship top scorers by tournament list include Gerd Müller, Klaus Allofs, Michel Platini, Marco van Basten, Henrik Larsen, Dennis Bergkamp, Alan Shearer, Patrick Kluivert, David Villa, Mario Gómez, Mario Balotelli, Cristiano Ronaldo, Fernando Torres and Antoine Griezmann.

YearCountryPlayerGoalsMatches
2016France Antoine Griezmann67
2012Croatia Mario Mandžukić33
2012Germany Mario Gómez35
2012Italy Mario Balotelli36
2012Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo35
2012Russia Alan Dzagoev33
2012SpainFernando Torres35
2008Spain David Villa44
2004Czech Republic Milan Baroš55
2000Netherlands Patrick Kluivert55
2000Yugoslavia Savo Milošević54
1996England Alan Shearer55
1992Denmark Henrik Larsen34
1992Germany Karl-Heinz Riedle35
1992Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp34
1992Sweden Tomas Brolin34
1988Netherlands Marco van Basten55
1984France Michel Platini95
1980West Germany Klaus Allofs33
1976West Germany Dieter Müller42
1972West Germany Gerd Müller42
1968Yugoslavia Dragan Džajić23
1964Spain Jesús María Pereda22
1964Hungary Ferenc Bene22
1964Hungary Dezső Novák21
1960France François Heutte22
1960Soviet Union Valentin Ivanov22
1960Soviet Union Viktor Ponedelnik22
1960Yugoslavia Milan Galić22
1960Yugoslavia Dražan Jerković22

UEFA European Championship History


The idea for an international European football tournament was first proposed in 1927 with the first tournament taking place in 1960 in France. Four teams competed in the finals which was won by the Soviet Union who beat Yugoslavia 2-1 in the final in Paris.

Spain hosted UEFA Euro 1964 and won the tournament after defeating Soviet Union 2-1 in the final at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid. Euro 1968 was hosted and won by Italy as the tournament became more popular.

Belgium hosted the 1972 tournament where West Germany beat the USSR 3-0 in the final. UEFA Euro 1976 was held in Yugoslavia and was the last with four teams competing in the final tournament and the last in which the hosts had to qualify. 

The 1976 UEFA European Championship Final saw Czechoslovakia beat West Germany in a penalty shootout. The shootout was notable for Czech player Antonín Panenka scoring with a chipped penalty, the feat know known as a Panenka in his honour. 

UEFA Euro 1980 saw the competition expanded to eight teams. Hosted in Italy, Euro 1980 featured a group stage with the winners of each groups contesting the final. West Germany won their second European Championship title after beating Belgium 2-1 in the final at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.

The UEFA Euro 1984 tournament was held in France, the hosts winning their first major title with captain Michel Platini scoring an incredible nine goals in five 5 games including the opening goal in the final where France beat Spain 2-0.

The format changed at Euro 1984 with the top two teams in each group progressing to the semi-finals with the third place play-off abolished.

West Germany hosted UEFA Euro 1988 where the Netherlands beat USSR 2-0 at the Olympia Stadion in Munich. Dutch striker Marco van Basten scored an incredible volley from the right wing which remains one of the most memorable goals in football history.

UEFA Euro 1992 was held in Sweden and was won by Denmark who defeated Germany 2-0 in the final. Euro 1992 was the first tournament Germany contested as a unified nation and the first major tournament to have players names printed on the back of their jerseys.

England hosted UEFA Euro 1996 which saw the tournament increased from eight to 16 teams. Germany beat the Czech Republic 2-1 in the final thanks to the first golden goal in a major tournament that was scored by Oliver Bierhoff.

UEFA Euro 2000 was co-hosted by Netherlands and Belgium, the first tournament to be held by two countries. France beat Italy 2-1 in the final after extra time,Sylvain Wiltord equalising in the final minute of regulation time before David Trezeguet scored the winner in extra time.

UEFA Euro 2004 was held in Portugal as the hosts met Greece in the final. Greece had previously qualified for one World Cup and one European Championship, but they pulled off a huge upset by beating Portugal 1-0 in the final with a goal scored by Angelos Charisteas. Greece were listed at 150/1 in the outright betting market before Euro 2004 began.

The UEFA Euro 2008 tournament was co-hosted by Austria and Switzerland. Spain defeated Germany 1-0 in the final with nine Spanish players were picked for the team of the tournament. 

UEFA Euro 2012 was co-hosted by Poland and Ukraine. Spain defeated Italy 4-0 in the final and became the first nation to defend a European Championship title and the first nation to win three major international tournaments in succession after winning Euro 2008 and the 2010 World Cup.

Spain striker Fernando Torres became the first player to score in two European Championship finals. Euro 2012 saw England's Frank Lampard score a goal that was incorrectly disallowed. Replays clearly showed the ball had crossed the goal line which was the catalyst for GLT (Goal-line technology).

Euro 2016 saw the European Championship expanded from 16 to 24 teams. France hosted the tournament where they contested the final against Portugal. Portugal qualified for the knock-out phase despite finishing third in its group and failing to win a game, but they beat a heavily favoured France 1-0 in the final thanks to a goal from Eder in the 109th minute. Cristiano Ronaldo was forced off injured in the 25th minute as Portugal won their first major tournament.

The Euro 2020 tournament will be hosted in 12 countries across Europe including Azerbaijan, Denmark, England, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Republic of Ireland, Romania, Russia, Scotland and Spain. The semi-finals and Euro 2020 Final will be held at Wembley Stadium in London, England.

FIFA World Ranking (at 28 November 2019)


Rank Team Total Points
1
Belgium
1765
2
France
1733
3
Brazil
1712
4
England
1661
5
Uruguay
1645
6
Croatia
1642
7
Portugal
1639
8
Spain
1636
9
Argentina
1623
10
Colombia
1622
11
Mexico
1621
12
Switzerland
1608
13
Italy
1607
14
Netherlands
1604
15
Germany
1602
16
Denmark
1598
17
Chile
1579
17
Sweden
1579
19
Poland
1559
20
Senegal
1555
21
Peru
1544
22
USA
1540
22
Wales
1540
24
Ukraine
1537
25
Venezuela
1517
26
Austria
1507
27
Tunisia
1506
28
Japan
1500
29
Turkey
1494
29
Serbia
1494
31
Nigeria
1493
32
Slovakia
1490
33
Iran
1489
34
Republic of Ireland
1486
35
Algeria
1482
36
Northern Ireland
1476
37
Romania
1475
38
Russia
1470
39
Iceland
1464
40
Paraguay
1461
41
Korea Republic
1459
42
Australia
1457
43
Morocco
1456
44
Norway
1451
45
Czech Republic
1446
46
Costa Rica
1442
47
Ghana
1439
48
Jamaica
1437
49
Bosnia & Herzegovina
1430
50
Scotland
1422
51
Egypt
1420
52
Hungary
1416
53
Cameroon
1413
54
Greece
1409
55
Qatar
1398
56
Mali
1389
56
Congo DR
1389
58
Finland
1386
59
Bulgaria
1381
59
Burkina Faso
1381
61
Ivory Coast
1380
62
Honduras
1377
63
Ecuador
1368
64
Montenegro
1365
64
Slovenia
1365
66
Albania
1356
67
Saudi Arabia
1351
68
North Macedonia
1347
69
El Salvador
1346
70
Iraq
1340
71
United Arab Emirates
1338
72
South Africa
1334
73
Canada
1331
74
Guinea
1328
75
China PR
1325
76
Bolivia
1324
77
Uganda
1321
78
Cabo Verde
1318
79
Syria
1314
80
Curaçao
1313
81
Panama
1304
81
Oman
1304
83
Gabon
1297
84
Benin
1295
85
Uzbekistan
1289
86
Haiti
1285
87
Belarus
1280
88
Zambia
1277
89
Congo
1269
89
Lebanon
1269
91
Madagascar
1267
91
Georgia
1267
93
Israel
1260
94
Vietnam
1258
95
Cyprus
1251
96
Kyrgyz Republic
1240
97
Jordan
1238
98
Luxembourg
1236
99
Mauritania
1223
100
Bahrain
1219

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