Euro Women's Betting
2022 Women's Euro
The Women's Euro is, without a doubt, the most competitive international soccer tournament, with four of the top five nations in the FIFA rankings.
The European Women's Football Championship was originally scheduled for July 2021 and will now take place in July 2022. The UEFA Women's EURO 2022 will take place in England, and the tournament will kick-off at Old Trafford on July 6. Make football bets on our online sports betting platform.
Bet on the winner of Euro 2022
Host nation England will be joined by 15 other nations competing against each other to lift the trophy at Wembley Stadium on July 31. The participating nations are Austria, Belgium, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Norway, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. Portugal was drafted in in early May to replace Russia, which was disqualified due to the invasion of Ukraine.
The Netherlands are the defending champions. The victory of the Dutch 5 years ago with a score of 4-2 against Denmark ended the hegemony of Germany — 6 consecutive Euros between 1995 and 2013.
Before the competition kicks off, the favourite nation is Spain, which finished its qualifying group with 45 goals scored and zero goals conceded. La Roja has Alexia Putellas in its ranks, who won the last Golden Ball and the Women's Champions League with her team, FC Barcelona (all Women's Champions League bets).
Betting on a match of Euro 2022
The tournament starts with a four-group phase, each with four nations, the first two of which qualify for the quarterfinals. From this point on, the competition will be knockout.
There are differences in several characteristics between men's and women's football: the time needed to recover the ball is the lowest in football played by women, and women's football seems more "fair".
On the other hand, the technical level of female players is lower than that of their male counterparts. Several women's national teams (e.g. Italy) are composed of non-professional players or professional players for a short period of time.
Recommended bets on the Women's Euro
The last official matches for the national teams were the Arnold Clark Cup, the Algarve Cup (all bets on the Algarve Cup) or the French Tournament in February 2022, as well as the qualifying matches for the 2023 World Cup in Australia. Several European teams have already claimed their place, including Sweden, Spain, Denmark, and France.
A recommended bet on the Euro football tournament is to bet on the best nations that are better structured and that usually win by several goals.
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