Euro 2020 Betting | The Ultimate Guide for Free bets, Tips, Odds & Betting Offers

UEFA Euro 2020 freebets guide

Euro 2020 was postponed during the summer due to Covid-19. The playoffs are scheduled to be played across October and November, while the full tournament will be played using the same schedule in the summer of 2021.

Teams are now preparing for the new dates and the likes of France, England, Belgium and Germany head the outright winner betting market for the tournament.

Euro 2020 Betting Offers

Euro 2020 Free Bets

Euro 2020 free bets will be available throughout the tournament, whether for the qualifying group stage or during the finals.

With numerous matches being televised live, many games will have Euro 2020 free bets on offer in the form of enhanced odds for new customers.

How to Claim Euro 2020 Free Bets

As one of the biggest international football tournaments in the world, there is going to be no shortage of Euro 2020 free bets available.

As the tournament draws closer, an increasing number of bookmakers will offer Euro 2020 free bets, particularly once the draw is made.

In the meantime, there are plenty of Euro 2020 free bets available right now should you choose to use a Welcome Bonus as such when opening a new account.

Euro 2020 Betting Offers

The popularity of Euro 2020 ensures that there will be a vast range of Euro 2020 betting offers available, particularly for new customers, ranging from free bets to enhanced odds.

Enhanced odds are typically used for the ‘Match Result’, but can also occur on markets such as ‘First Player to Score’ or the ‘Correct Score’, so are well worth checking out.

There will also be ‘Money Back Specials’ on some bets, where you will get your stake back (usually in the form of a Free Bet) should your bet lose in certain bookmaker promotions.

Euro 2020 Fixtures

There are several key dates to look out for in the run-up to the Euro 2020 finals…

  • 8 October 2020: Leg 1 of the Euro 2020 playoff games
  • 12 November 2020: Leg 2 of the playoff games
  • 11 June 2021: First game of the Euro 2020 Championships
  • 26 June 2021: Euro 2020 knockout round begins
  • 11 July 2021: Euro 2020 Final

Euro 2020 Hosts

There will be no single host nation for Euro 2020, with the finals being split across 12 different nations. However, Wembley Stadium will host the final on 11th July and both semi-finals. The full list of venues for the finals is as follows:

Stadium Location Capacity Fixtures
Wembley Stadium London, England 90,000 Group Stage, Round of 16, Semi-Finals, Final
Allianz Arena Munich, Germany 75,000 Group Stage, Quarter-Final
Stadio Olimpico Rome, Italy 72,698 Group Stage, Quarter-Final
Olympic Stadium Baku, Azerbaijan 68,700 Group Stage, Quarter-Final
Krestovsky Stadium Saint Petersburg, Russia 68,134 Group Stage, Quarter-Final
Arena Nationala Bucharest, Romania 55,600 Group Stage, Round of 16
Johan Cruyff Arena Amsterdam, Netherlands 54,990 Group Stage, Round of 16
Aviva Stadium Dublin, Ireland 51,700 Group Stage, Round of 16
San Mames Bilbao, Spain 53,332 Group Stage, Round of 16
Puskas Arena Budapest, Hungary 67,889 Group Stage, Round of 16
Hampden Park Glasgow, Scotland 52,063 Group Stage, Round of 16
Parken Stadium Copenhagen, Denmark 38,065 Group Stage, Round of 16

Euro 2020 Betting Tips

France are the worthy bookies favourites in the Euro 2020 betting odds given the fact that not only are they the current World Cup holders, but they have a great depth of talent available at present. This might also be Belgium’s last chance of glory with their current squad.

There are question marks over several of the traditional powerhouses of European football in Germany, Spain and Italy, but it would be unwise to write any of them off.

The Netherlands have a number of talented youngsters coming through and could be worth a small Euro 2020 bet, while defending champions Portugal also seem to have some quality coming through the ranks and can still count on a certain Cristiano Ronaldo.

Then of course we have England, with Gareth Southgate putting a clear emphasis on youth that is currently paying dividends. With the final being played at Wembley, England might just be worth a punt in Euro 2020 betting.

Former Euro Winners

There have been 15 European Championships prior to 2020, with 10 different champions (if counting West Germany/Germany as one nation):

  • 1960 – Soviet Union
  • 1964 – Spain
  • 1968 – Italy
  • 1972 – West Germany
  • 1976 – Czechoslovakia
  • 1980 – West Germany
  • 1984 – France
  • 1988 – Netherlands
  • 1992 – Denmark
  • 1996 – Germany
  • 2000 – France
  • 2004 – Greece
  • 2008 – Spain
  • 2012 – Spain
  • 2016 – Portugal

Euro 2020 Live Streaming

In the United Kingdom, the BBC and ITV have the rights to shared coverage of the Euro 2020 finals.

England matches and highlights of other matches are live on ITV in the qualifiers, with other live games available on Sky Sports.