Euro 2004 Standings
If points are tied at the end of the competition, head-to-head matches will be the tie-breaker.
UEFA European Championship (EURO) is held every 4 years since the first tournament in 1960. EURO is in fact one of the biggest sporting event and second biggest soccer tournament. Find the latest EURO 2016 betting odds across OddsPortal.com.
Current EURO format involves sixteen teams competing for the EURO Trophy over a period of around one month. With four groups of four the first eleven days of EURO fixtures list are packed with round-robin matches. Top two from each group progress to the knockout stage in which teams play each other in one-off matches, with extra time and penalty shootouts to decide the winner if necessary. There usually are surprise results in round-robin where you can find good value EURO betting odds comparison on outsiders as the big guns tend to have slow start to the EURO group stage.
Latest EURO 2016 outright betting odds favour Spain, current European and World champions while second hot favourites are Germany and Netherlands.
Spain lift the EURO trophy at the last EURO in 2012 when Spain defeated Italy 4-0. EURO 2012 was held in Poland and Ukraine and you could find EURO betting odds comparison on all matches across OddsPortal.com.