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We have a range of Euro 2024 offers, enhanced odds and betting tips available across every team as we build up to the tournament in Germany. This page will feature everything you need to know about Georgia in the build-up and throughout the tournament, as we offer regular tips and the latest odds ahead of each game.

Georgia have qualified for their first-ever major tournament, set to become the 42nd different national team to feature at the European Championships, including defunct teams.

Willy Sagnol’s side qualified via the play-offs in dramatic fashion, now looking to showcase themselves on the big stage, and here is everything you need to know about Georgia at Euro 2024.

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Georgia Euro 2024 Top Tip

As debutants, Georgia are rank-outsiders to make the knockout stages, so it would be a major achievement if they played more than three matches in Germany.

Euro 2024 Odds

Here is a look at the latest odds for Euro 2024 outright winners:

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England3/1
France4/1
Germany11/2
Portugal8/1
Spain8/1
Italy14/1
Belgium16/1
Netherlands16/1
Croatia40/1
Denmark40/1
Turkey50/1
Switzerland66/1
Serbia80/1
Austria80/1
Hungary80/1
Scotland100/1
Ukraine100/1
Czech Republic150/1
Poland150/1
Romania200/1
Slovenia250/1
Albania500/1
Georgia500/1
Slovakia500/1

All odds courtesy of bet365, correct as of Friday 24 May, 10am.

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Georgia′s Road to Qualification

As alluded to earlier, Georgia’s qualification route to their first-ever major tournament was both eventful and dramatic in equal measure.

Last year, the Crusaders actually finished fourth in Group A, their sole wins coming over minnows Cyprus, although they did manage to hold both Norway and then Scotland to draws on home soil.

Their most unique game came last summer, beaten 2-0 at Hampden, a match that was suspended six minutes in for over an hour and a half due to torrential rain, classic June Glasgow weather, with the visiting players refusing to play on, ultimately forced to do so by UEFA officials.

Then, last September, they were smashed 7-1 by Spain in Tbilisi, another fixture played in a monsoon, which is the heaviest defeat they have ever suffered.

Luckily, despite this difficult campaign, Georgia had already rubber stamped a play-off place, courtesy of their performance in the UEFA Nations League, securing promotion to league B for the first time back in 2022.

In their play-off path C semi-final in March, Budu Zivzivadze’s brace was enough to down Luxembourg 2-0, although this does not begin to tell the whole story.

Shortly after the interval, the visitors thought they had equalised, only for VAR to disallow the goal for a foul up the other end, that also saw Luxembourg reduced to ten-men, extinguishing any hope of a comeback.

Five days later, Georgia welcomed Greece to Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena for a final that was tense to say the least, producing a goalless 120 minutes, with the pair requiring penalties to seperate them.

Giorgi Kochorashvili, Zuriko Davitashvili and Lasha Dvali all held their nerve from 12 yards meaning, even though Giorgi Mikautadze had not, because Greece had missed two of their four, by the time Nika Kvekveskiri buried his attempt, Tbilisi was going crazy.

Four years on from defeat to North Macedonia in the play-off final, Georgia have finally made it to a first-ever tournament, so will it be a summer to remember?

When are Georgia′s Euro 2024 games?

  • Group F - Türkiye vs Georgia, 18 June
  • Group F - Georgia vs Czechia, 22 June
  • Group F - Georgia vs Portugal, 26 June

Georgia′s Road to the Final

Round of 16

  • If Georgia top Group F: they would face a third-place finisher from Group A, B or C in Frankfurt on 1 July.
  • If Georgia come second in Group F: they would face the winners of Group D in Leipzig on 2 July, most-likely France.
  • If Georgia advance in third in Group F: they would face either the winners of Group B in Köln on 30 June, or the winners of Group C in Gelsenkirchen on the same evening.

Quarter-finals

  • If Georgia top Group F: we’re projecting that they’ll face Netherlands in Hamburg on 5 July.
  • If Georgia come second in Group F: we’re projecting that they’ll face Belgium in Berlin on 6 July.

Semi-finals

  • If Georgia top Group F: we’re projecting that they’ll face Spain in Munich on 9 July.
  • If Georgia come second in Group F: we’re projecting that they’ll face England in Dortmund on 10 July.

Final

  • If Georgia top Group F: we’re projecting that they’ll face France.
  • If Georgia come second in Group F: we’re projecting that they’ll face Portugal.
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Georgia’s Key Players

Giorgi Mamardashvili- For many years, Giorgi Loria was Georgia’s undisputed number one goalkeeper, accumulating 78 caps since his debut in 2008, only five Georgian men have more, and it was going to take a high-level player to displace him, despite the fact he’s now 38.

Well, Giorgi Mamardashvili has managed to do just that, starting each of the last 12 competitive fixtures while, last June, Mamardashvili was in-between the sticks at the under-21 European Championships, a tournament Georgia co-hosted, as they made a shock run to the quarter-finals, on debut no less, in front of huge crowds in Tbilisi.

At club level, the now 23 year old has been with Valencia since June 2021, initially signed to join the B team, but impressed so much that he swiftly became number one, usurping Jasper Cillessen (who quickly departed) and Jaume Doménech in the pecking order, starting all 66 of los Che’s La Liga matches since the start of last season, keeping 16 clean sheets for a struggling side.

Given that Georgia are going to be defending deep in every match they play at the Euros, they’ll need a good goalkeeper to stand a chance in any match and, luckily, they boast just that.

Guram Kashia- At the other end of the expirence level is centre-back Guram Kashia, who will celebrate his 37th birthday during the tournament, debuting for his country back in April 2009, featuring in 112 of their 139 fixtures subsequently, making him their most-capped player of all-time.

Despite his advancing years, Kashia has started each of their last 18 competitive fixtures as the middle man in the back three, the only one he has missed since November 2020 was due to yellow card accumulation.

At club level, he’s won major honours with Dinamo Tbilisi and Vitesse Arnhem (where he’s a club legend), followed by a two-year stint at San Jose Earthquakes, before joining current employers ŠK Slovan Bratislava in 2021, with whom he’ll pick up a third successive Slovakian top-flight title.

Likely to retire from international football after these Euros, this really was Kashia’s last chance to lead his country out at a major finals, so few will be more delighted than he when they ousted Greece on penalties.

Khvicha Kvaratskhelia- Of course, this team’s posterboy has been saved for last, with Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, despite only being 23, possibly the most-famous Georgian player of all-time, although Kakha Kaladze, who won the Champions League before becoming a prominant politician, might have something to say about that.

Kvaratskhelia’s road to the top has been unorthodox; he was playing for Rubin Kazan when Russia invaded Ukraine, so was allowed to terminate his contrast, moving to Dinamo Batumi in his homeland, scoring eight goals in only 11 appearances for the Erovnuli Liga champions.

This led to Napoli taking a chance on him, paying €12 million, and what a signing this turned out to be, with the winger one of the stars as I Partenopei claimed their first Scudetto for 33 years, earning him the nickname Kvaradona, in reference to the club’s greatest-ever player.

For Georgia, despite winning only 29 caps to date, Kvaratskhelia has scored 15 times, five of which came in October and November last year, thereby already only 11 short of Shota Arveladze’s all-time national record.

At major international tournaments, a solid team with one outstanding individual can compete, with Willy Sagnol’s side hoping to follow that blueprint.

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Georgia′s Euro 2024 FAQs

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Have Georgia ever qualified for the European Championships before?

No! This'll be Georgia's debut at a major international tournament, having failed to qualify for all 14 they'd entered since gaining FIFA and UEFA membership in 1992.

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Do Georgia have a good record against the Euro 2024 group stage opponents?

Georgia have won only 1 of 5 previous encounters with Türkiye, albeit the most-recent of these came in 2012.

The Crusaders have only ever met Portugal once to date, beaten 2-0 in a friendly in 2008.

Meanwhile, they're set to take on Czechia for the very first time, although the pair will also clash twice more in the UEFA Nations League later this year.

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What are the odds for Georgia to win Euro 2024?

500/1, although we'd advice you do look elsewhere, as this isn't going to happen!

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