UEFA Euro 2024 – Odds, schedule and information

On Friday, June 14th, the stage is set for a thrilling start as Germany and Scotland clash in the opening match, heralding the commencement of Euro 2024 in Germany. The favorites to claim the championship are England and France, with the host nation Germany not to be underestimated. The Euro 2024 will be the 17th edition of the European Championship, with Germany hosting for the third and second time as a unified nation. A total of ten cities will host the matches in ten different stadiums, with the final, the pinnacle of the tournament, set to take place at the illustrious Olympiastadion in Berlin, where the champions will be crowned. Let’s investigate the odds and information about UEFA Euro 2024 in Germany.

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Schedule UEFA Euro 2024

Get ready for the grandeur of UEFA Euro 2024, a colossal event with 24 teams, each vying for glory, split into 6 groups. This is not just a football tournament; it’s a celebration of the beautiful game. 

UEFA Euro 2024 - Odds, schedule and information

Group A

Germany, Scotland, Hungary and Switzerland

DateTimeTeam 1Team 2StadiumCity
14 June 202421:00GermanyScotlandFußball Arena MünchenMunich
15 June 202415:00HungarySwitzerlandCologne StadiumCologne
19 June 202418:00GermanyHungaryStuttgart ArenaStuttgart
19 June 202421:00ScotlandSwitzerlandCologne StadiumCologne
23 June 202421:00SwitzerlandGermanyFrankfurt ArenaFrankfurt
23 June 202421:00ScotlandHungaryStuttgart ArenaStuttgart

Group B

Spain, Croatia, Italy and Albania

DateTimeTeam 1Team 2StadiumCity
15 June 202418:00SpainCroatiaOlympiastadionBerlin
15 June 202421:00ItalyAlbaniaBVB Stadion DortmundDortmund
19 June 202415:00CroatiaAlbaniaVolksparkstadionHamburg
20 June 202421:00SpainItalyArena AufSchalkeGelsenkirchen
24 June 202421:00AlbaniaSpainDüsseldorf ArenaDüsseldorf
24 June 202421:00CroatiaItalyLeipzig StadiumLeipzig

Group C

Slovenia, Denmark, Serbia and England

DateTimeTeam 1Team 2StadiumCity
16 June 202418:00SloveniaDenmarkStuttgart ArenaStuttgart
16 June 202421:00SerbiaEnglandArena AufSchalkeGelsenkirchen
20 June 202415:00SloveniaSerbiaFußball Arena MünchenMunich
20 June 202418:00DenmarkEnglandFrankfurt ArenaFrankfurt
25 June 202421:00EnglandSloveniaCologne StadiumCologne
25 June 202421:00DenmarkSerbiaFußball Arena MünchenMunich

Group D

Poland, Netherlands, Austria and France

DateTimeTeam 1Team 2StadiumCity
16 June 202415:00PolandNetherlandsVolksparkstadionHamburg
17 June 202421:00AustriaFranceDüsseldorf ArenaDüsseldorf
21 June 202418:00PolandAustriaOlympiastadionBerlin
21 June 202421:00NetherlandsFranceLeipzig StadiumLeipzig
25 June 202418:00NetherlandsAustriaOlympiastadionBerlin
25 June 202418:00FrancePolandBVB Stadion DortmundDortmund

Group E

Romania, Ukraine, Belgium, Slovakia

DateTimeTeam 1Team 2StadiumCity
17 June 202415:00RomaniaUkraineFußball Arena MünchenMunich
17 June 202418:00BelgiumSlovakiaFrankfurt ArenaFrankfurt
21 June 202415:00SlovakiaUkraineDüsseldorf ArenaDüsseldorf
22 June 202421:00BelgiumRomaniaCologne StadiumCologne
26 June 202418:00SlovakiaRomaniaFrankfurt ArenaFrankfurt
26 June 202418:00UkraineBelgiumStuttgart ArenaStuttgart

Group F

Turkey, Georgia, Portugal, Czech Republic.

DateTimeTeam 1Team 2StadiumCity
18 June 202418:00TurkeyGeorgiaBVB Stadion DortmundDortmund
18 June 202421:00PortugalCzech RepublicLeipzig StadiumLeipzig
22 June 202415:00GeorgiaCzech RepublicVolksparkstadionHamburg
22 June 202418:00TurkeyPortugalBVB Stadion DortmundDortmund
26 June 202421:00GeorgiaPortugalArena AufSchalkeGelsenkirchen
26 June 202421:00Czech RepublicTurkeyVolksparkstadionHamburg

The concept of UEFA Euro 2024

UEFA Euro 2024 is an exciting football tournament bringing together Europe’s top national teams. The tournament format ensures fierce competition from the start, with 24 teams divided into six groups of four. Each team will face its group rivals once, and the stakes are high as only the top two teams automatically advance to the knockout stage.

But a twist keeps the excitement alive. The four best third-placed teams across all groups also progress to the knockout rounds. This system guarantees that even teams finishing third in their groups remain hopeful, adding an extra layer of drama and unpredictability to the matches.

Held in Germany, Euro 2024 will showcase footballing talent across ten cities, from the historic Olympiastadion in Berlin to the modern Frankfurt Arena. Fans can expect a blend of tactical battles, surprising underdog stories, and breathtaking goals as teams vie for European glory.

Odds – Who are the favorites to win

The odds are sourced from ComeOn, which offers a wide range of odds throughout the championship.

  • England – 4.40
  • France – 4.90
  • Germany – 6.30
  • Portugal – 7.80
  • Spain – 8.30
  • Italy – 15.00
  • Netherlands – 16.00
  • Belgium – 17.00
  • Croatia – 39.00
  • Denmark – 40.00
  • Turkey – 50.00
  • Switzerland – 65.00
  • Austria – 75.00
  • Serbia – 80.00
  • Hungary – 80.00

England are looking for their first Euro victory

England is favored to win and boasts a skilled team with players like Harry Kane, Jude Bellingham, and Phil Foden. Coach Gareth Southgate has selected a young squad with many surprises. Critics argue that he has chosen a team that is too young and lacks the experience needed to go all the way. Despite this, England remains the favorite to win the European Championship.

France as the Challenger

The French team has stars in every position and has played in two consecutive World Cup finals. Do they have what it takes to win their first European Championship since 2000? Kylian Mbappe hopes so, and beyond this global superstar, there are several other world-class players in the French squad.

The Host Nation Germany Chasing Gold

With three European Championship titles, Germany and Spain hold the most titles of any nation. Now, playing in front of their home fans, the Germans hope to claim the gold. However, the tournaments haven’t been particularly joyful since their World Cup victory in 2014, and the question remains if it’s now time for Germany to win their first European Championship since 1996. They haven’t been in the final since 2008 when they lost 0-1 to Spain.