The Nation’s League provided further quality and we’ll now go into Euro 2020 and the qualifiers with plenty of excitement in the year.
Next year’s competition is going to be considerably different from the usual format. There’s no host nation, but rather a trans-European tournament, with the final being held at London’s Wembley Stadium.
We’re already building up to the tournament, and below you’ll find all you need to know about the tournament, including the best sites to play with and the latest Euro 2020 odds.
Euro 2020 Betting Sites
Betting on the outright Euro 2020 winner market is already available with most online betting sites, with many other markets likely to be available closer to the tournament’s kick off.
As buildup continues, you’ll be able to back individual matches, Group Winner markets, top scorers and plenty more.
Head to our Bookmakers Page to find all our favourite bookmakers to play with, where you’ll also find plenty more about their best betting offers and how to claim them.
Euro 2020 Betting Odds
The outright market is already in full swing, despite qualifying still being played. As you’d expect, all the usual names are being favoured by bookmakers, including World Champions, who William Hill are pricing at +350.
There are of course around eight teams who have a realistic chance of victory however, and even following those we could see a shock, just as we did with Greece back in 2004.
Below you’ll find a list of the Euro 2020 outright betting market favourites:
- France: +350
- England: +500
- Spain: +650
- Belgium: +700
- Germany: +800
- Holland: +900
- Italy: +1400
- Portugal: +1600
- Croatia: +2500
Euro 2020 Betting Tips & Predictions
While France seem the most sensible bet to win the tournament, there are some excellent outside bets for the tournament.
Both Holland and Portugal did well to reach the Nations League Final, the latter winning the tournament and Croatia will of course be dark horses again following their success at the World Cup.
At +2500 they’re surely worth a free bet, while it will be interesting to see how the promising young Dutch stars develop over the coming season.
The likes of Frankie de Jong and Matthijs de Ligt are undoubtedly going to be up there with the world’s best in years to come, with the latter forming a formidable centre half partnership with Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk.
They will be a team to be reckoned with over the next few years. Ajax’s journey to the Champions League Semi Final in 2019 proved that, and whether it be Euro 2020 or the World Cup in Qatar, they’re certainly going to be worth putting some money on.
Under Gareth Southgate England have reached two Semi Finals, and will be expecting to do well again. A Final could well be worth a punt, not least if the likes of Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling are in fine form going into the tournament.
They haven’t quite managed to go beyond the Final four, throwing away leads in both the World Cup and Nations League, which may put punters off backing the Three Lions, but they’re young, hungry and with just a few tweaks between now and the summer could have another good chance of going far.
In terms of the Top Goalscorer market, Harry Kane will once again be a player to back after winning the prize at the World Cup, while it’ll also be worth keeping an eye on the likes of Kylian Mbappe, who could well be fighting for the Ballon d’Or never mind top scorer.
Other names worth a punt once odds are available include the likes of Antoine Griezmann, Eden Hazard and Raheem Sterling, who has consistently been finding the net for Manchester City.
Euro 2020 Schedule
If you’re looking to enjoy some soccer betting on Euro 2020, they’ll be plenty to back throughout the tournament.
Euro 2020 gets underway on June 12, 2020 with the Group Stage and runs through to July 12, when the Final takes place at Wembley.
The Group Stage will run until June 24, with the knockout stages beginning on June 27.
The full schedule can be found below:
Matchday 1: June 12-16, 2020
Matchday 2: June 17-20, 2020
Matchday 3: June 21-24, 2020
Round of 16: June 27-30, 2020
Quarter Finals: July 3-4, 2020
Semi Finals: July 7-8, 2020
Final: July 12, 2020
The tournament will be held across 12 different host cities, with the Final, as mentioned, as well as both Semi Final games being held at Wembley.
Below you’ll find the full list of host cities along with the stadium in which games will be held:
- London: Wembley Stadium
- Munich: Allianz Arena
- Rome: Stadio Olimpico
- Baku: Olympic Stadium
- Saint Petersburg: Krestovsky Stadium
- Bucharest: Arena Nationala
- Dublin: Aviva Stadium
- Amsterdam: Johan Cruyff Arena
- Bilbao: San Mames
- Budapest: Puskas Arena
- Glasgow: Hampden Park
- Copenhagen: Parken Stadium
Euro 2020 Live Streaming
Euro 2020 will be beamed all over the planet and is one of the most watched tournaments in soccer. In Canada, TVA Sports have the broadcasting rights and will be showing every game live, while in the USA ESPN and Univision will share the number of matches being shown.
Other Broadcasters include:
- Australia: Optus Sport
- Brazil: Globosat
- Canada: TVA Sports
- Germany: ARD & ZDF
- Ireland: RTE
- Holland: NOS
- Poland: TVP
- Russia: Telesport
- Spain: Mediaset Espana
- United Kingdom: BBC & ITV
- USA: ESPN & Univision