Euro 2020 was postponed in 2020 due to the Covid-19 outbreak around the world.
The tournament will still be called Euro 2020, however the games will be played in the summer of 2021.
With the same schedule and almost identical dates a year later already in place, it is time to prepare and look forward to the tournament once again.
Euro 2020 Outright Winner Betting Odds
We are edging closer to Euro 2020 taking place and as the excitement builds ahead of this tournament, FreeBets.uk will be with you every step of the way for all of your betting needs.
This page will give you all the information you need, with Euro 2020 outright winner betting odds available plus a rundown of the betting markets you can expect to see with your bookmaker.
Euro 2020 Outright Betting Offers
The European Championships take place every four years, and the next edition to take place is Euro 2020.
The competition has a different feel to it this season as there are a total of 12 different host countries, rather than the competition being based in just one country.
This adds travel problems for certain teams, and it is going to make this event far more interesting to watch, with the possibility of an upset on the cards.
The tournament will kick off in Rome, Italy, with the first game taking place on June 11.
The semi-finals and final will all take place in England at Wembley, the largest of the stadiums being used and we will see the winner of Euro 2020 crowned on July 11.
Euro 2020 Outright
When we are talking about Euro 2020 outright winner betting odds we are talking about which nation will win the tournament.
Outright betting is available right now, which allows people to back their favoured nation early to take advantage of the best odds before the action takes place during the summer.
Euro 2020 Winner Odds
Outright betting is available now for those who wish to place a wager, with the 24 teams taking part all having their own Euro outright 2020 odds available.
Only 20 teams are confirmed so far, with a further four to be added after the playoff round, but betting is available on all teams, including those in the playoffs right now.
The bigger nations will be amongst the favourites, while those searching for value will be looking at teams that have done well in the past at bigger odds that may have been overlooked by others.
Portugal won the Euro 2016 tournament so come here as the holders, although things will be very tough for them as they are drawn with Germany and 2018 World Cup Winners France in what looks an exciting group.
There will be many people considering these three when they look at the Euro outright 2020 betting, but can all three make it through the group stages?
Euro 2020 Group Winners
Those looking to narrow the tournament down into smaller segments will look at the group winners betting markets as the perfect way to do this.
Here you are not betting on the Euro 2020 outright winner betting odds, but instead, you are backing a country to win their group, regardless of what happens after that.
This is as simple as it sounds when you are backing a team to win the group they need to finish first and progress to the knockout round as a group winner.
With just four teams in each group, this is an easy way to bet for those who don’t wish to place a wager on the Euro outright 2020 betting markets.
Euro 2020 Top Goal Scorer
The top goal scorer market at Euro 2020 will be as fascinating as ever.
Punters have the option of backing their favourite player here if they wish or go with the star man for the team they are backing on the Euro 2020 outright betting market.
This tournament brings together the very best countries from Europe, so expect to see a lot of star players on show, and many exciting performances. You can take advantage of these by betting on this market to go with your outright pick.
Euro 2020 To Qualify for Finals
There are still four places at Euro 2020 up for grabs, and 16 teams still in with a chance of qualifying.
When looking at the Euro 2020 outright winner betting odds, be sure to remember about the final qualifying phase that has yet to be played.
We know 20 teams that will be heading to Euro 2020, with four more to follow after the playoffs have taken place across October and November 2020.
The draw has already been made for these playoffs, so the teams know who they will have to defeat to make it through to the finals.
These games are sure to be exciting to watch as teams battle it out for the final spots at European football’s premier event.