Every team to play at Euro 2024 and their chances of winning it

The 24 teams heading to Euro 2024 in Germany this summer have been confirmed following the qualification play-off finals. 

Poland, Ukraine and Georgia secured the final three spots up for grabs, which means every group from A-F has been completed ahead of the tournament’s start date on June 14. 

Here are each nation’s odds of winning it all heading into the tournament and how they have fared in the past…


Switzerland 40/1: Knocking out favourites France in Euro 2020 still stands as one of Switzerland’s finest achievements in international football to date, eliminating the World Cup winners in the round of 16 on penalties. Possessing the experience of Granit Xhaka, Fabian Schar and Xherdan Shaqiri – who scored a superb free-kick to see off the Republic of Ireland in Dublin on Tuesday – makes the Swiss a usual dark horse for the summer.  

Germany 6/1: Three time winners and three time runners-up of the Euros, the host nation are looking to bounce back from consecutive group stage exits at the last two World Cups and a round of 16 defeat to England at Euro 2020. Julian Naglesmann’s new look Germany side stand as the bookmaker’s third favourites to lift the trophy. 

Scotland 80/1: It’s yet another major tournament appearance for Scotland and Steve Clarke after an impressive outing in qualifying with a group consisting of Spain and Norway. Scotland will be looking to make it out of the group stage of the Euros for the first time in their history this summer. 

Hungary 80/1: After going 44 years without qualifying for a Euros finals between 1972, when they finished fourth, and 2016, Hungary secured qualification for their third major tournament in a row through the group stages. Spearheaded by captain and Liverpool star Dominik Szoboszlai, Hungary’s target will most likely be progression to the knockout stages.

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Group B 

Croatia 40/1: Croatia booked a sixth successive Euros appearance and a second under long-standing coach Zlatko Dalić following a 1-0 victory over Armenia on the final day of qualifying. Captain Luka Modric is set to feature in his ninth major international tournament and it might well be his last. 

Italy 14/1: Winners in 2020 after that enthralling final with England at Wembley, Italy failed to build on that achievement by missing out on qualification for the World Cup in Qatar. Under the new management of Luciano Spalletti, the Azzurri will be looking to improve on their shaky qualifying campaign that ended with a 0-0 draw against Ukraine which secured passage to Euro 2024.

Spain 7/1: Luis de la Fuente’s new-look Spain side will be looking to match the expectations of a nation that has one World Cup and three European Championships to their name. Only Germany have featured at more Euros, and if they go all the way in the summer, it will be a record fourth European Championship for the Spaniards. 

Albania 200/1: Albania secured qualification following a tense 1-1 draw with Moldova in their penultimate group match. Their best moment at a major tournament is arguably the 1-0 victory over Romania at Euro 2016. Unfortunately for them, they have been cast into the group of death and are dead last when it comes to the odds for eventual winners.

Group C 

England 3/1: England have now qualified for nine out of the last ten Euros after finishing top of their qualifying group. Gareth Southgate and his side are looking to overcome the heartbreak of Euro 2020 and currently sit as the bookmakers’ joint favourites with France to lift the trophy in Germany. 

Denmark 25/1: Denmark’s qualification for this summer’s Euros represents the first time they have consecutively qualified for the tournament since 2004. Long-term manager Kasper Hjulmand will be looking to emulate the success of Euro 2020, where his side reached the last four, narrowly losing to England.  

Serbia 66/1: This will be Serbia’s first appearance at the Euros since 2000. Boasting a squad consisting of some top talents such as Dušan Vlahović from Juventus, Fenerbahçe’s Dušan Tadić and AC Milan forward Luka Jović, Serbia will be confident of performing well in this Euros after a long absence. 

Slovenia 150/1: Having tasted defeat in just two of their 10 qualifying matches, Slovenia come into Euro 2024 on a fine run of form. It’s only the fourth time they have qualified for a major tournament and their first since the 2010 World Cup. They are yet to make it past the group stages. 

Group D  

France 7/2: Two-time world champions and two-time European Champions France are joint favourites alongside England to win Euro 2024. They have not missed qualification for the Euros since 1988 and under Didier Deschamps, who has been in charge since 2012, they look primed to go far in the tournament this summer.

Netherlands 16/1: Triumph at Euro 1988 is still the last time the Dutch lifted a major international trophy. Ronald Koeman, in his second spell in charge, was part of that title winning team in 88’ and will be looking to build on a positive showing in Qatar in which Netherlands reached the quarter-finals. 

Austria 66/1: It is now a third consecutive Euros appearance for Austria and just their fourth in total after qualifying through the group stage alongside Belgium. German head coach Ralf Rangnick will be looking to make use of the Bundesliga contingent in his side and match their Euro 2020 campaign where they reached the round of 16.  

Poland 80/1: Poland broke Welsh hearts when they secured passage to Euro 2024 following a dramatic penalty shootout victory at the Cardiff City Stadium. 35-year-old Robert Lewandowski will be captaining his side in what could potentially be his final appearance at a major international tournament. 

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Group E 

Belgium 14/1: A 0-0 draw with the Republic of Ireland in Dublin and a 2-2 draw with England at Wembley has given an insight into Belgium’s latest era under new head coach Domenico Tedesco. They were quarter-finalists in their last two Euros appearances but failed to make it out of the group stage for the World Cup in Qatar. 

Romania 150/1: After narrowly missing out on qualification to Euro 2020, Romania secured their spot this time with an empathic showing in qualifying, going unbeaten in their 10 games. They will be hoping to replicate their iconic performance at EURO 2000, where they progressed from a group containing Portugal, England and Germany before being knocked out by Italy in the quarter-finals. 

Slovakia 150/1: After famously lifting the Euros as part of Czechoslovakia in 1976, Slovakia’s best performance since the countries split came in 2016, when they progressed to the round of 16 before being eliminated by Germany. This is now their third consecutive appearance at the Euros. 

Ukraine 100/1: Having under-performed in qualifying, Ukraine secured qualification to Euro 2024 after Mykhailo Mudryk’s late winner fended off Iceland on Tuesday- making this their fourth appearance at the Euros. 

Group F 

Portugal 8/1: Roberto Martinez’s side were the only team in Euro qualifying with a 100% record this campaign and are one of the favourites to go all the way. If he’s on the plane, Cristiano Ronaldo will be making his sixth Euros appearance – holding the record for most goals (14) and appearances (25) at the tournament.  

Turkey 50/1: Turkey have failed to emerge from the group stages in their last two outings in the Euros but will take confidence from topping a qualifying group that consisted of Croatia and Wales. Their most memorable Euros appearance came in 2008, when they reached the semi-finals, losing 3-2 to Germany.  

Czech Republic 100/1: This is an eighth consecutive appearance at the Euros for the ever-present Czech Republic. Their record over eight tournaments is impressive too, reaching the quarter-finals twice, semi-finals and final in 1996. 

Georgia: 150/1: Gaining qualification via the group stage was always going to be tricky for Georgia, with Spain, Scotland and Norway all involved. History was to be made though, as Georgia won their play-off tie by beating Luxembourg and Greece to reach a first ever major finals as an independent nation. 

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