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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 hosts Germany in the build-up and throughout the tournament, as we offer regular tips and the latest odds ahead of each game.

Germany are three-times winners of the European Championships, a joint-record, dreaming of lifting an historic fourth Henri Delaunay Trophy, boosted by the advantage of being hosts.

However, die Nationalelf’s preparations for a home Euros have been far from smooth, and here is everything you need to know about Germany at Euro 2024.

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Germany Euro 2024 Top Tip

Germany have reached at least the quarter-finals at nine of the last 13 European Championships, including appearing in six finals, and it would be a catastrophe if Julian Nagelsmann’s team didn’t feature in the last eight.

Euro 2024 Odds

Germany are considered one of the favourites in the odds for Euro 2024. Despite a turbulent build-up, they are fancied by the bookies to go quite far in the home tournament under Julien Nagelsmann.

Here is a look at the latest odds for Euro 2024.

TeamOdds
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

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Germany′s Road to Qualification

As hosts, Germany didn’t need to qualify for the Euros, meaning they have not played a competitive fixture since the World Cup, although this doesn’t mean the last 18 months have been uneventful, not by any stretch of the imagination.

After his team crashed out in the World Cup group stages, Hansi Flick was already a man under pressure, a zeitgeist that only intensified following a string of poor friendly results that ultimately saw him sacked.

Die Mannschaft required a 93rd minute penalty to hold Ukraine to a draw, while also suffering defeats at the hands of Belgium, Poland, Colombia and Japan, the latter a 4-1 hammering that saw Flick lose his job mid-way through the September window, a nigh-on unprecedented event.

With Rudi Völler as caretaker boss, they beat France 2-1 at Westfalenstadion, before Julian Nagelsmann was appointed, given a contract that expires the day after the Euros final.

November was a pretty bleak month for Nagelsmann, defeated by Türkiye in Berlin and Austria in Vienna, although March offered green shoots of recovery, enjoying victories over both France and Netherlands.

So, in summary, it’s hard to know just how strong this team will be, but only a fool would ever back against Germany pre-tournament, let alone when they’re hosting.

When are Germany′s Euro 2024 games?

Germany will play three Euro 2024 group games. The opponents and dates can be found below:

  • Group A - Germany vs Scotland, 14 June
  • Group A - Hungary vs Germany, 19 June
  • Group A - Switzerland vs Germany, 23 June

Germany′s Road to the Final

Anyone who is looking at backing Germany for success will want to know how they can get to the final. Their paths are determined by where they finish in the group, either first, second or third - and here are the various permutations that they will have to navigate.

Round of 16

  • If Germany top Group A - they would face the runners-up from Group C in Dortmund on 29 June, taking on one of England, Denmark, Serbia or Slovenia.
  • If Germany come second in Group A - they would face the runners-up from Group B in Berlin on 29 June, taking on one of Spain, Italy, Croatia or Albania.
  • If Germany advance in third in Group A - they would face the group winners from B, E or F.

Quarter-finals

  • If Germany top Group A - we’re projecting that they’ll face Spain in Stuttgart on 5 July.
  • If Germany come second in Group A - we’re projecting that they’ll face England in Düsseldorf on 6 July.

Semi-finals

  • If Germany top Group A - we’re projecting that they’ll face Portugal in Munich on 9 July.
  • If Germany come second in Group A - we’re projecting that they’ll face France in Dortmund on 10 July.

Final

  • If Germany top Group A - we’re projecting that they’ll face France.
  • If Germany come second in Group A - we’re projecting that they’ll face Portugal.
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Germany’s Key Players

Toni Kroos- The big news to come out of the March international break was that Toni Kroos is back, returning to the international scene, having previously retired after they crashed out of Euro 2020. He then started the wins over both France and Netherlands, taking his tally to 108 caps, assisting Florian Wirtz’s record-breaking goal that came just seven seconds into the victory at Parc Olympique Lyonnais.

Kroos’ trophy cabinet speaks for itself, winning 29 club honours and counting, including five Champions Leagues, as well as the World Cup a decade ago, although the Euros has alluded him, beaten in the semi-finals in both 2012 and 2016; will he change that in July?

Ilkay Gundogan- Alongside in a high-quality, highly-experienced midfield will be İlkay Gündoğan who, having been named captain by Julian Nagelsmann, is dreaming of hoisting aloft the Henri Delaunay Trophy in Berlin on 14 July. Now 33, he was a key figure as Manchester City won the treble last season, making 51 appearances across all competitions, and is only now properly appreciated have left for pastures new, moving to Barcelona on a free.

Gündoğan probably hasn’t shown his best self in Catalonia, but remains a key figure for die Mannschaft, earning 75 caps and scoring 18 goals so far, most-recently on target during the win over United States in Connecticut back in October.

Jamal Musiala- Despite representing England 21 times at youth level, including twice for the U21s, Musiala chose to represent the country of his berth, and die Nationalelf supporters have to be relived he did. To date, he’s earned 27 senior caps, starting all three matches at the World Cup, becoming the second-youngest man to score for Germany in Skopje in 2021, on target at the age of 18 years and 227 days, while the record is held by Marius Hiller (17 years and 241 days) set all the way back in 1910.

Despite Bayern Munich’s ongoing struggles, Musiala has scored 28 times since the start of last season, including the 89th minute winner at Köln a year ago that saw them snatch the Meisterschale on the final day. He’s hardly an unknown entity, but this Euros could be the stage at which Musiala announces himself to the world.

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Germany′s Euro 2024 FAQs

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Have Germany ever qualified for the European Championships before?

Yes, of course they have! Germany made their European Championships debut in 1972, hoisting aloft the trophy in Brussels that summer, qualifying for all 14 editions subsequently.

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Have Germany ever won the European Championships before?

Germany are three-times winners of this competition, crowed champions in 1972, 1980 and 1996, while they were also beaten finalists in 1976, 1992 and 2008.

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

Germany have won 8 of 17 encounters with Scotland, including each of the last 3, prevailing 2-0 when they most-recently met at a major tournament, that coming during Euro '92.

Meanwhile, their record against Hungary is far more mixed, winning 13 and losing 12 of 37 head-to-heads, failing to win any of the last 3, including a 2-2 draw at Euro 2020.

Lastly, Germany have won 35 of 52 encounters with Switzerland although, again, they're winless in 3, their longest winless streak against the Swiss since 1938.

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What are the odds for Germany to win Euro 2024?

Germany are priced at 6/1 to win Euro 2024, making them third-favourites, behind only England and France.

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