Euro 2020 has been moved to June 2021 (although UEFA is insisting that it will still be called Euro 2020) and the odds to win Euro 2020 have shifted over the past few months. England (+550) remains a betting favorite to win the delayed competition, but Belgium and France have drawn even and are all now three-way co-favorites.
The postponement might actually prove helpful for England as Euro 2020 favorites, with Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford expected to be back to 100 percent fitness by next summer.
Belgium, on the other hand, might suffer from the delay slowing down their momentum. With Belgian stars such as Eden Hazard and Kevin Bruyne about to turn 30 and Toby Alderweireld, Axel Witsel and Jan Vertonghen already in their 30s, the best players on their squad are precariously close to the downward trend of their careers.
Perennially a contender in international play, France are led by Kylian Mbappe and Antoine Griezmann up front, while Hugo Lloris remains among the best keepers in the game.
Other Euro 2020 favorites include the Netherlands, Germany, and Spain, all knotted at +700.
The UEFA European Football Championship is a competition that takes place every four years and features 24 teams, with all spots finalized after qualifiers wrapped this past week.
Here are the current European Championship futures odds:
Odds to Win Euro 2020
|Country||Odds to Win (as of Nov 14, 2020)|
Odds courtesy of bet365.
Past UEFA European Championship Winners
How to Bet Euro 2020 Futures Odds
Betting on the outright winner of Euro 2020 is an extremely popular futures betting option and odds usually come out soon after the previous Euro winner is crowned. These odds will adjust based on how countries and players perform leading up to the tournament. Sportsbooks will also adjust the soccer odds based on handle and liability with certain nations.
Futures odds are displayed in list form, showing each option and its odds – most often ranked from best chances to win to worst. You will usually see a plus (+) sign in front of a team's futures odds, like this:
- England +500
This means that on a $100 bet, you would stand to win $500 if England won Euro 2020. As we get closer to the Euro final or if one team has been extremely dominant, you might see a country with a minus sign (-) ahead of its odds.
- Belgium -110
This would mean that you have to bet $110 to win $100 on a Belgium Euro 2020 outright victory.
Above we have posted the American odds for Euro 2020. However, these are easy to convert to decimal odds or fractional odds with our odds converter tool.
Where Can I Bet on Euro 2020 Odds?
As a signature tournament for the most popular sport in the world, almost every online sportsbook and casino will offer odds for Euro 2020. Check out the best sportsbooks available where you live.