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Euro 2024 Odds: 29% of Bettors Hammering England to Win 2024 Euro

The 2024 Euros are set to start on June 14th in Munich. 29% of bettors are hammering England to win the Euro this year. Jason Radowitz shares the latest Euro 2024 odds.
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Euro 2024 Odds: 29% of Bettors Hammering England to Win 2024 Euro

The UEFA Euro 2024 will begin on June 14 in Munich, Germany, and will go on for an entire month, with the final being held in Berlin, Germany, on July 14.

The tournament will have 24 teams with only Georgia making their Euro debut this year.

It'll also be the second time the Euro Championship has been held in Germany. Meanwhile, Italy is the defending champions after defeating England on penalties in the 2020 turnover.

Now that we're a week away from the event, here's a look at the odds and betting data for the Euro 2024.

Euro 2024 Odds


Euro 2024 Betting Data

TeamBetting Data Percentage
Italy 4.57%

England (29.55%)

The England team will be without Jack Grealish and Harry Maguire. Maquire has a calf injury that kept him out, while Grealish wasn't good enough for the roster.

This news came after it was announced England would be without James Maddison and Curtis Jones.

Each team is allowed 26 players, but England has a 33-player provisional squad. Ultimately, I'd imagine England backers are thrilled with these decisions. England made some tough decisions but the right ones. They're bringing their best 26 players and not relying on has-beens like Maddison, for example.

France (12.23%)

If a casual soccer fan looks at all of the rosters in Euro 2024, they'll likely know the most players in France.

France is star-studded, led by Kylian Mbappe, who is one of the best soccer players in the world.

During the qualification campaign, France scored 29 goals and allowed three. They finished 7-0-1 after a tight 2-2 draw against Greece, but that was after France had qualified already.

Germany (12.23%)

Although Germany will hold the tournament, ESPN presented a poll yesterday that stated 27% of Germans were not interested in the home tournament. That's not good for the home-field advantage.

Germany is trying to bring back some enthusiasm for German soccer, but it won't be backed by the country like some of the other countries would be.

Still, Germany is a three-time European champion and has won four World Cup trophies. They're still an elite team that people everywhere else in the world believe has a chance.

Euro Odds


Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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