Will France win their first Euros since 2000? Can reigning European Champions Italy seal back-to-back championships? Or, will England end years of hurt and disappointment and (finally) bring football home?
It may seem early to be looking at odds for the Euros but we like to make sure we have all bases covered here on mybettingsites.com.
Here’s a list of the favourites to win 2024 and their outright odds:
No looking past England and France
The winner of Euro 2024 will be one of England or France according to the latest UK bookmaker odds, with the two nations priced at 7/2 joint favourites.
England, runners-up to Italy in the 2020 Euros Final after a dramatic penalty shootout defeat, are fancied to go one better than last time out and win their first European Championship and first trophy since 1966.
France, winners of the Euros in 1984 and 2000 and beaten finalists most recently in the 2022 World Cup, are also strongly tipped for glory, in what would be their third Euros title after winning in 1984 and 2000.
Germany and Spain not to be discounted
They might not be the German side we’ve been used to watching throughout the years but the three-time winners and Euro 2024 hosts, cannot be ruled out of the running.
Julian Nagelsman’s side are a best-priced 7/1 shot with BetVictor to lift the trophy on home soil for a record fourth title.
Meanwhile, three-time winners, Spain - the only nation to win back-to-back Euros (in 2008 and 2012) - are also in the mix and can be backed at 8/1 with Bet365.
Portugal, Belgium in the running
Portugal, recent winners of the Euros in 2016, go into the tournament having won ten out of ten in qualifying where they scored a whopping 36 goals. Roberto Martinez’s team can also be found at 8/1 with Bet365 to win Euro 2024.
Despite a much-talked-about golden generation of players, Martinez’s former side, Belgium, have underachieved in recent tournaments. However, with a new crop of talent ready to take over, could this be their time? The Red Devils are 14/1 with BetMGM to win a first major trophy.
Any other contenders?
Defending champions, Italy have endured a tough period of late, failing to qualify for the 2022 Qatar World Cup and squeezing through qualification for Euro 2024. The Azzurri are priced at 16/1 with BetUK to win successive European championships.
The Netherlands, with Ronald Koeman back as manager, tasted success way back in 1988 and are unlikely to trouble the main contenders as their 16/1 price suggests.
What about the other home nations?
Scotland are getting used to playing on the biggest stage having qualified for consecutive Euros. Steve Clarke’s side, who will play Germany in the opening game of the competition, are 80/1 longshots to win a first major trophy.
Meanwhile, Wales, who must first navigate a semi-final qualification playoff against Finland in March to potentially claim one of the remaining Euro 2024 spots, are priced at 500/1.