EURO 2016 Favourites Betting Odds
EURO 2016 takes place in France from June 10th to July 10th, and with 24 teams taking part for the first time, it's set to be one of the most bet on sporting events of the year.
The Favourites to Win EURO 2016
After the Groups were drawn Germany emerged as top contenders, with France and Spain as close challengers. England and Belgium are also in the top 5 favourites for EURO 2016.
With the Euro 2016 fixtures set, we've looked at the favourite teams, as well as the best pre-tournament odds and the bookmakers signup offers to use.
Germany - FIFA Ranking 4
SkyBet offer the best betting odds on Germany winning EURO 2016 at 7/2 as well as a super generous 'bet £5, get £20 in bonus bets' for new account holders.
Germany may have had to wait until the final round of matches to secure their place in the EURO 2016 finals, but they’re the current favourites to win the trophy.
As current World Champions, they’ve only failed to qualify for the European Championships once and bookmakers offer them as favourites to win a 4th title.
Joachim Löw’s team have been drawn in EURO 2016 Group C with Northern Ireland, Poland and the Ukraine and shouldn’t have any problems qualifying.
Germany are one of the most talented teams in the competition, with the pedigree, experience and skills to take their first victory in almost two decades.
France - FIFA Ranking 17
Ladbrokes offer the best odds on France winning EURO 2016 at 3/1.
France are a strong contender for EURO 2016, the host country and could set a new record by becoming the only team to win the title twice on home turf.
The last time they won a European Championship title was back in 2000, but since then they haven’t had much luck in International football competitions.
Their luck may be about to change as Didier's men have achieved a dream draw in EURO 2016 Group A and will play Albania, Romania and Switzerland.
They are unbeaten against all three in major tournaments and although young, the French boasts some of the most talented players in Europe inc. Varane and Pogba.
Spain - FIFA Ranking 6
William Hill offer the best betting odds on Spain winning EURO 2016 at 11/2.
Spain come into Euro 2016 looking to defend the title they won back in 2012.
Vicente Del Bosque’s men have had a pretty easy run in qualifying, and have been drawn in EURO 2016 Group D against Croatia, Czech Republic and Turkey.
Group D shouldn’t prove too much of a challenge for Spain, and as they don’t face any of the bookmakers favourites for EURO 2016 in the Group stage.
The Spanish team are renowned for their pressing, quick movement on the field and the large percentage of possession they consistently hold on to.
If Spain can perform to the standard we know they’re capable of, they'll definitely be up there as one of the teams you should be betting on winning EURO 2016.
England - FIFA Ranking 11
PaddyPower offer the best betting odds on England winning EURO 2016 at 8/1.
England were the only team to enjoy a 100% record in in their qualifiers, despite a lengthy injury list that could have thwarted their qualification hopes.
Although they haven’t played with much conviction in recent international competitions, the stage now looks set for Roy’s men to excel and win a major comp.
England have been drawn in EURO 2016 Group B against Russia, Slovakia and Wales, and if they can continue their current form, they'll be expected to progress to the later stages.
With players such as Dele Alli, Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy in the squad, it’s easy to see why bookmakers offer them as one of the top five EURO 2016 favourites.
Belgium - FIFA Ranking 2
Coral offer the best betting odds on Belgium winning EURO 2016 at 11/1.
Belgium are currently 2nd in the FIFA rankings, and boast some of the world’s best players, and so it's not surprising they're one of the EURO 2016 favourites.
Marc Wilmots’ men have tricky fixtures having been drawn in EURO 2016 Group E and will compete against Italy, The Rep. of Ireland and Sweden to go through.
It may not be the easiest Group, but with world class players like Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois that play for Chelsea, Belgium should be a tough team.
The last time Belgium made it to this stage of a European Championships was back in 2000, when they hosted the competition but unfortunately exited it in the first round.
Belgium are still lacking a bit of experience in the International arena, but if they can pull their team together and not succumb to the pressure, they have the potential to win it.
NB: Euro 2016 odds correct at the time this match preview went live and are subject to change. Last updated: 09:28 01/06/2016.