UEFA Euro Cup Finals Betting Guide: Time/Date, Odds and FAQ

After weeks of exciting soccer action, the 2020 UEFA Euro Cup will finally be decided this weekend.

Few matchups come as big as this one as Italy and England will face each other to decide which country deserves the right to take home the championship. For the English, this is their first time playing in a European Championship final. It may seem hard to believe, especially with England’s soccer history, but it’s true. When it comes to the Italians, they last made it to the finals in 2012, but haven’t actually won since 1968 — 53 years ago. In other words, both countries have valid claims to winning this weekend.

With that being said, with how big the UEFA Euro Cup always is, it’s not surprising that sports bettors will be getting in on the finals action. With a lot of information to take in, this guide has everything you need to know when it comes to watching and betting on the 2020 Euro Cup finals.

Euro Cup Finals Date, Time, Location

The finals of the 2020 Euros will take place on Sunday, July 11 at 3:00 p.m. EST. The match will take place at Wembley Stadium in London, England. Fans interested in watching the championship finals can do so by watching either ESPN or ESPN+, among other places.

2020 UEFA Euro Cup Finals Odds

Odds via Bovada as of Friday, July 9

  • Moneyline: Italy (+205) vs England (+165) | Draw (+195)
  • Spread: Italy – 0.0 (+110), England – 0.0 (-130)
  • Total: 2.0 Goals — Over (-105), Under (-115)

How to Bet on the 2020 Euros

The first step to getting involved in betting on the UEFA Euro Cup is by creating an online sportsbook account. With dozens of options out there, including some of USGS’ trusted partners, finding an option that works for you has never been easier. Once you’ve figured out your perfect option, you can get in on the action.

However, with a lot of different markets out there, things can be intimidating. Here’s a look at some of the more popular betting options.

  • Moneyline: All you have to do is choose whether Italy or England will win the match, or if it’ll be a tie.
    Spread: A team will be favored to win the match by a specific number of goals. You then have to choose if they’ll cover that spread or not.
  • Total: A total number of goals for the game has been given. You then choose if England and Italy will combine to score more (over) or fewer (under) goals than that number.
  • Props: Prop bets don’t always have to do with the outcome of a game. Some might do with the exact number of goals scored while another might be correctly guessing the match’s first goal-scorer.

All UEFA Euro Cup odds come with an indicator that tells you how much you can win. If there’s a positive (+) sign beside the odds, that’s how much money you can win if you bet $100.

  • $100 bet at +165 odds for England = $165 win

If the number has a negative (-) sign, that’s how much money you need to wager to win $100.

  • $115 bet on under 2.0 goals at -115 odds = $100 win

2020 UEFA Euro Cup FAQ

What should I wager on if it’s my first time betting?

If you’re new to sports betting, whether that’s for the UEFA Euro Cup or in general, it’s best to start with a moneyline wager. All you have to do is choose which team will win, sit back and relax. Once you get the hang of that, other markets will be easier to understand.

How much money should I wager on the Euros?

Budgets can vary from person to person, so there isn’t always a universal answer. Most novice bettors start with $50 to $100, however, work with what’s comfortable for you. One thing to remember is that you should only wager what you’re willing to lose.

Will the UEFA Euro Cup odds change before Sunday?

They could! Sports odds are constantly changing leading up to a big event. Things like injuries, lineup changes and other circumstances can all affect who the odds favor and by how much. You can always wait until right before the finals begin to place a wager if that works for you.

Devon Platana
Devon Platana

After graduating with a Masters degree in Journalism, Devon joined USGS to improve his sports writing skills. As a lifelong sports fan, one of Devon’s favorite things to do is analyze statistics across all sports.