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Euro 2024: Who Are The Favourites to Win?

UEFA Euros

The UEFA Football European Championships are held every four years. Commonly known as the “Euros,” the tournament was first held in France in 1960 between four European countries. To date, there have been sixteen UEFA Euros tournaments with 10 nations being crowned European Champions. It is now contested between 24 national sides. Germany and Spain share the most titles with three wins each.

Besides the mens senior tournament, the women’s equivalent is known as the UEFA European Women’s Championship. It is also held every for years but with 16 sides taking part. The first Women’s Euros was held in 1984 across six different European cities. Germany are the most successful women’s side, having been crowned Women’s European Champions eight times.

Ronaldo Lifting Euro 2020 Trophy
UEFA Euros

Euro 2024: Who Are The Favourites to Win?

As the countdown to Euro 2024 begins, football fans around the globe are gearing up for what promises to be a thrilling competition. With the tournament set to take place across various historic venues in Germany, anticipation is at an all-time high. Who will emerge victorious?

UEFA Euros: Did you know?

ⓘ The men’s UEFA Euros champion trophy is named after Henri Delaunay, the first General Secretary of UEFA. Delaunay created the concept of the European Championships, and died in 1955, five years before the first tournament. For the 2008 Euros, the Henri Delaunay Trophy was redesigned, modelled to be bigger with silver base replacing the marble plinth of the original trophy.