The European Championships return in June 2024 as Italy look to retain the crown they claimed at Wembley in the delayed version of 2021.
The tournament returns to Germany for the first time since 1988 and for the first time in a long time, there are huge expectations on England as one of the front runners for the trophy come July 14.
Whether England perform or flop once again, we will be here to give you the best possible experience of the tournament from a punter’s point of view.
We will preview each and every game, providing tips, team news and permutations, throughout the tournament and keep you up to date with the latest free bet offers, promotions and general betting offers on the market so that you can get the edge while betting on the tournament.
Euro 2024 betting offers and free bets
Here is our current top list of betting offers and free bets available on the market for Euro 2024.
Closer to the tournament, we will update this list and let you know what has changed in case there is a specific offer you want to take advantage of. Simply click on your desired offer to get involved, and read on to find the best tips to use your offers on.
Daily Euro 2024 tips
England to be knocked out in the semi-finals of Euro 2024 - 3/1!
If the draw goes to plan, we reckon it's another knockout defeat to France for Gareth Southgate's side
At 3/1, a £10 bet will return £40!
Throughout the tournament, we will post our daily top tips right here, starting a few weeks before the tournament.
It doesn’t matter whether we have a dead rubber in the group stages, or it is the final of the tournament, we will bring you our hottest tips of the day along with the best betting offers or latest promotions put on by the operators we work with.
We’ll cover a number of markets, so our tips might focus on BTTS (both teams to score), outright winner, goalscorers, bet builder - pretty much any market you can think of, we will have it covered for every game.
For now, our main tip will just focus on the tournament as a whole but come back in the build-up to the tournament when we will focus the tips a bit more and update daily.
Why should I follow Freebets tips?
Our team of tipsters has had fine recent run of form and are all in profit over the past 12 months.
We track every tip that is put forward on this site and if you follow them regularly and flat stake throughout the tournament, you are likely to come out in profit.
That is not to say that every tip is a winner - that is nigh on impossible - but more often than not, our team of experts - who are passionate punters as well as football fans - will show you the way.
Meet our team for Euro 2024
Ben is a self-confessed encyclopaedia of football. He is our man when it comes to global football, whether it comes to writing about the permutations of qualifying, the technicalities of the law and international football.
Ben writes our Daily Bet Builder and Anytime Goalscorer columns as well as individual match previews. His wealth of knowledge means no stone is unturned in his quest for accurate tips.
Dan has been writing for Freebets for a long time, and places a huge emphasis on data and spreadsheets - as well as his own vast knowledge - to give him the best informed opinion and help create insightful copy for readers.
Will is a former sports journalist, having worked closely in Scottish and English football before turning his hand to sports betting content. Although Will tends to focus more on the management of our content, his success rate when it comes to tipping is superb.
Charles is an experienced sports betting content producer providing bespoke content and his knowledge of the European game provides a massive advantage for the Freebets team. His particular knowledge of German football will be a massive boost for the team in the Euros.
Another expert of European football, Vedran is responsible for a lot of the day-to-day work in our football tips. His hugely successful Both Teams to Score column is one to follow closely, while his Acca of the Day feature has also been a regular winner over the past 12 months.
How to bet on Euro 2024
Our guide to Euro 2024 will have everything you need to know on how to bet on the tournament.
If you are looking for the best markets or the best tips for the tournament, then be sure to read our daily match previews or follow the daily tips at the top of this page, from there you will get access to the best betting offers and free bets on the markets, and if you follow our tips, you have a head start on the rest of the field.
We will cover a number of different markets throughout the tournament, so you don’t just have to bet on the outcome of matches, or the winner of the overall tournament. You can also bet on goalscorers, accas, bet builders, cards - there is a huge number of markets available to you and we will cover all of them.
International tournaments tend to be low-scoring affairs, so do your research and be careful of relying too much on club form before placing your bets. Our team of experts has previewed each team ahead of the tournament so if you have followed our insights, there is a good chance you will be onto a winner.
But first, you need access to our huge collection of Euro 2024 betting offers and here is how you do that.
How to claim free bets?
The process of claiming your free bets is a really simple one, and the good news is, you’re in the right place for it.
From our selection of Euro 2024 offers and promotions on this page, all you have to do is find the deal that suits you best - though you’ll have to avoid operators you don’t already have an account with - and click to sign up via the ‘Visit Site’ button.
Once there, you will need to enter all your personal details and usually you will have to submit a qualifying bet - be sure to read the terms and conditions of whichever deal you choose to sign up with - before the free bet will appear in your account.
Then you are free to place the bet wherever you like - again, as long as it meets the Ts&Cs.
It is a really simple process and won’t take you any longer than five or 10 minutes, but trust us, it will be worth it. You are free to use as many as the offers as you like, but once you have used the offer once per operator, that’s it done.
When will the Euro 2024 betting offers be out?
Betting offers for Euro 2024 will gradually be released in the new year and as we get closer to the tournament. As the tournament begins, even more will become available and the diversity of them will also improve.
From enhanced odds to money back specials, free bets and more, throughout the tournament, the diversity of Euro 2024 betting offers should mean that there is something for everyone, and of course, we will showcase the very best of them right here on this page.
What are the best football promotions for Euro 2024?
There will be plenty of promotions available for Euro 2024, but until we have a selection to bring you, we will leave you with some of our existing football offers.
bet365 always have good deals on. Whether it is the 70% boost for successful accumulators, the two goals ahead early payout or LiveScore’s £5 free bet every week when you place a £5 bet builder.
Betfred also have some good promotions - double or treble the odds if your goalscorer gets a second or third, or how about Paddy Power’s free bet if one leg of your 5+fold acca/bet builder lets you down.
There are so many promotions always available to you in the football market. We have deals with all the reputable operators so why not check out these promotions for yourself?
What are the best betting offers for Euro 2024?
We have a comprehensive list of existing betting offers available ahead of Euro 2024.
While we don’t have a specialised market just yet, that will come as the Premier League season draws to a close and we get closer to the Euros.
Who will win Euro 2024?
England - 7/2
Gareth Southgate’s side head into the tournament as favourites, thanks to performances in the last three major tournaments. They only lost out at Euro 2020/21 on a penalty shootout in the final, before losing to France in the quarter-finals of the World Cup - with Harry Kane missing a crucial penalty.
With Jude Bellingham one of the form players in the world, England have only strengthened since Qatar and his form and fitness could be the difference between them being contenders or favourites, while Kane is also in the form of his life.
There is a general expectation that this could be England’s best chance of a major trophy for the first time since 1966.
France - 7/2
It is easy to forget just how close France came to successfully defending their World Cup title in Qatar last year. In an all-time classic, France went down on penalties in the final as they again proved what tough team they are to break down.
Kylian Mbappe is a player who appears to save his best for the international stage and the expectation is that he will once again lead this France side far, having been handed the armband.
Didier Deschamps may not win any awards for the style of play, but the success he has enjoyed with France cannot be questioned and they will undoubtedly be heavily backed this summer.
Germany - 6/1
It is arguable that Germany’s odds are only so short because they are hosting the tournament, after a miserable run of form which has seen Hansi Flick lose his job and Julien Nagelsmann struggle after taking over.
While they still have a number of quality players, they have failed to impress in recent major tournaments and have several weak points in their squad with full-backs and striker still a major issue, despite having a star-studded midfield.
It would be a major surprise if Germany looked capable of winning the tournament, but given their pedigree in major tournaments and home advantage, they could put a run together.
Spain - 7/1
Having qualified with seven wins out of eight - though they did lose to Scotland - they are an obvious frontrunner for the tournament, and as ever they have an exciting blend of players in the squad.
Players such as Rodri and Pedri will be expected to have a big influence, but they suffered a huge blow recently with Gavi suffering an ACL injury which is likely to rule him out of the competition.
Lamine Yamal will be one to keep an eye on after his impact with Barcelona this season and he already has an international goal to his name but this might be one tournament too soon to make a major impact. The loss of Gavi is likely to be a huge blow to their aspirations.
Does Cristiano Ronaldo have one last major tournament in him?
The Portugal talisman was dropped from the side in the World Cup and saw them actually perform better without him holding them back, but looks to be back in favour under Roberto Martinez.
Whether the former Belgium manager has the nous to take a team all the way in a major tournament remains to be seen, but with players like Bruno Fernandes, Rafa Leao, Ruben Dias and Bernardo Silva in the squad, they are more than capable of beating any side.
Top goalscorer odds
The top goalscorer odds for Euro 2024 will be released when the final qualifiers for the tournament have been completed - which takes place in March.
When the market goes live, we will bring you the latest odds and our tips to win the golden boot and follow in the footsteps of players such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Antoine Griezmann, Fernando Torres, David Villa and Milan Baros.
Expect players such as Harry Kane, Alvaro Morata, Kylian Mbappe, Romelu Lukaku and possibly even Cristiano Ronaldo to be in the running.
Previous winners of the European Championship
1980: West Germany
1972: West Germany
1960: Soviet Union
Dates for your diary
Group stage: June 14th - June 26th
Round of 16: June 29th - July 2nd
Quarter-finals: July 5th - July 6th
Semi-finals: July 9th - July 10th
Final: July 14th