Betting odds for the 2020 European Football Championship
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A new look for the 60th anniversary!
Revitalised and better than ever! This is the first time that the EURO will take place across all of Europe. Amsterdam, Baku, Bilbao, Brussels, Budapest, Bucharest, Dublin, Glasgow, Copenhagen, Munich, Rome, and St. Petersburg will all host matches. Knockout games will also take place in these cities. Wembley Stadium, London, will be where it really hots up, as it will be the scene of the semi-finals and final.
In the qualification stage, group winners and runners-up will book their tickets for the tournament. The UEFA Nations League, a new creation, also offers countries the chance to qualify. The winners of the play-offs from the Nations League’s four divisions will be readying their itineraries. This means that an underdog from Europe’s ten weakest teams will also qualify for the European Championship.
Who will win the EURO 2020?
As ever, European footballing giants Germany, France, Spain, Italy, and England are amongst the favourites for the crown. Will the Spaniards dance their way around opponents? Will the English knock everyone out? Can les Blues play like gods in France? Or will a EURO rookie pull off a shock of Leicester City proportions? You can find the most enticing betting odds at bet-at-home.com. Convert your sporting knowledge into cold, hard cash now! There can only be one team celebrating at Wembley; who will lift the coveted trophy? And who will be crowned top goalscorer?
A look back at EURO 2016
51 matches, 108 goals and a hugely surprising European champion called Portugal! The Seleção das Quinas claimed the Henri Delaunay Trophy for the first time as hosts France, and tournament top goalscorer Antoine Griezmann (6 goals), had to admit defeat to them. Portugal, a team who only won one of their seven matches in 90 minutes. But the title proves that their approach was correct! Alongside superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, youngster Renato Sanches also played a starring role in the team’s success. Aged just 18 years and 328 days when his side won the tournament, this precocious talent is the youngest European champion of all time.
The performance of the underdogs will go down in history. Iceland, the other surprise story of the tournament, gave the tournament a feel-good factor, evoked sympathy, provided a wonderful atmosphere, and brought their unique battle cry with them to France. Incredible pieces of flair, fierce 50/50 challenges and stunning goals – football fans got their money’s worth at EURO 2016! What lies in store for us at EURO 2020? Get on board with bet-at-home.com now, enjoy the best Euro odds, and get ready for the sporting highlight of the year!
Portugal’s path to the top 2016:
EURO 2012 flashback
In 2008, La Furia Roja won their first title in 44 years. Only 4 years later, the Spanish team celebrated their third major triumph en suite with their EURO title. The EURO 2012 in Poland and Ukraine offered a lot of high-class football matches as well as big surprises and players who made history. One of them was Mario Balotelli, who ended Germany’s dream with his double score. After scoring a long-range shot directly in the top corner Balotelli celebrated by ripping his jersey off and posing like gladiators would do back in ancient Rome – thus leaving a lasting impression. Something that cannot be claimed in regards to the top scorer of the tournament. With only 3 goals Fernando Torres secured this title with a 4:0 victory against Italy in the final. Brilliant dribbles, rough tackles and amazing goals – football fans got their money’s worth at the EURO 2012! What will await us at the EURO 2016 in France? Put yourself in the right mood for the sports highlight of the year with bet-at-home.com and the best odds for the tournament.