Germany Currently Listed at 4.00 To Win Euro 2016

Published on July 16th, 2014 4:52 am EST
Mark your calendars - the next major football competition, aside from Champions League, Europa League and league play, is Euro 2016.

This event will be taking place in France in 2016 from June 10th, 2016 to July 10th, 2016. The World Cup is the world's biggest football event, but Euro 2016 is not that far behind.

For the first time ever, Euro 2016 will have a total of 24 teams, instead of the usual 16. The 24 finalists will be divided into six groups of four teams, with a knockout stage of three rounds plus a final.

Qualifying for Euro 2016 will begin in September of 2014 and run until November of 2015. Only one team, France, has qualified, as they are the host country. 53 other national teams will be fighting it out for the remaining 23 spots.

Nine cities will be hosting Euro 2016 games within France - they are: Bordeaux, Lens, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Paris, St-Etienne and Toulouse. The final game will be played on July 10th, 2016 at Stade de France.


Germany, fresh off of their victory in the 2014 World Cup, are currently listed as the favourites to win at 4.00. Shortly behind them are Spain (5.00) and France (6.00).

Here are a number of other teams and their odds to win:

Belgium, 11.00
Holland, 11.00
Italy, 12.00
England, 13.00
Portugal, 17.00
Russia, 21.00
Croatia, 51.00
Denmark, 51.00
Turkey, 51.00
Sweden, 67.00
Switzerland, 67.00
Serbia, 81.00
Bosnia-Herzegovina, 101.00
Czech Republic, 101.00
Greece, 101.00

The team with the worst odds to win? San Marino, as they are currently listed at 10001.00 to win Euro 2016.


Can Germany carry their momentum into 2016 and win another major tournament? Will Spain be able to rebound following a horrific performance at the 2014 World Cup? Will France be able to ride their home field advantage to victory?

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