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Women’s Euro 2022 Winner Predictions, Odds, Best Bets

  • The Women’s Euro 2020 is taking place in England between July 6 and July 31
  • Spain, England, the Netherlands, Germany and France are among the favorites
  • Germany are by far the most successful side in the history of this tournament
Womens Euro 2022 Winner Spain Team

The men’s Euro 2020 (which was held last year after a delay due to the coronavirus pandemic) was a fantastic tournament, and the women’s version (which was also pushed back 12 months) will hope to follow suit. The tournament, which will be hosted by England and will be held between July 6 and July 31, will feature 16 European nations.

This will be the 13th edition of a tournament which began in 1984 – 23 years after the inaugural men’s equivalent. Only four teams competed in that first European Women’s Championship. The tournament expanded to eight sides in 1997, before rising to 16 in time for Euro 2017.

Forty-eight European nations entered the qualification process. The winner of all nine groups qualified automatically, along with the three best runners-up. The remaining six second-place finishers advanced to the play-offs, with the winners of the two-legged ties qualifying for the tournament. England were guaranteed a spot by virtue of being the host nation.

Women’s Euro 2022 Odds

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Women’s Euro 2022 Winner Odds
England +150
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Germany +240
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France +275
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Sweden +500
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Who Will Win the Women’s Euro 2022?

Spain are the favorites to win the Women’s Euro 2022. This is only their fifth appearance at the tournament, and they have never reached the final before. However, Spain did make it through to the last four in 2017 and they qualified in impressive fashion with 22 points from a possible 24.

England are the second-favorites. They finished fourth at the 2019 Women’s World Cup and will benefit from playing this competition on home soil. France, who qualified with the same number of points as Spain, are next in line.

The Netherlands are the reigning champions but they are only fourth in the list of favorites for the Women’s Euro 2020. Germany, the most successful nation in this competition’s history, are joint-fifth with Sweden in the pre-tournament odds.

If you would like to check out more betting options available to you, make sure you have a read of our guide on how to bet on soccer.

Who Were the Women’s Euro 2017 Winners?

The Netherlands won the Women’s Euro 2017. The host nation amassed maximum points in the group stage by beating Norway, Denmark and Belgium. They then knocked out Sweden in the quarter-finals and England in the semi-finals, before a 4-2 triumph over Denmark in the showpiece event in front of more than 28,000 fans in Enschede.

Which Teams Have Qualified for the Women’s Euro 2022?

Group A Group B Group C Group D
England Germany Netherlands France
Austria Denmark Sweden Italy
Norway Spain Switzerland Belgium
Northern Ireland Finland Portugal Iceland

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Which Teams Have Won the European Women’s Championship?

European Women’s Championship Winners Victories Years
West Germany/Germany 8 1989, 1991, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2013
Norway 2 1987, 1993
Sweden 1 1984
Netherlands 1 2017

How Does the Women’s Euro 2022 Work?

The 16 participating nations have been drawn into four groups of four, as you can see above. The draw was seeded to avoid the strongest sides being put into the same group. Pot 1, made up of the best teams (at least in theory), contained England, the Netherlands, Germany and France.

Each team will play three group games. The two sides with the most points in each group will advance to the quarter-finals. The winner of Group A will play the runner-up of Group B and vice versa, while the winner of Group C will play the runner-up of Group D and vice versa.

The victors in the quarter-finals will advance to the semi-finals, with the final due to be held on July 31.

Where Will 2022 Euros Be Held?

England won the rights to host the tournament in 2018. No other country submitted a bid before the deadline, so there was never any doubt of where this European Women’s Championship would be staged.

A total of 10 stadia will be used for the event: Wembley Stadium and the Brentford Community Stadium in London; the Academy Stadium and Old Trafford in Manchester; Bramall Lane in Sheffield; St Mary’s in Southampton; the Amex Stadium in Brighton; Stadium MK in Milton Keynes; Leigh Sports Village in Leigh; and the New York Stadium in Rotherham.

Where Is the Next Women’s Euros Held?

The next edition of the tournament will be the Women’s Euro 2025. The host nation will be decided in December of this year, with the deadline for bids set for October. Poland, France, Switzerland/ Liechtenstein and Denmark/Norway/Finland/Sweden have already confirmed their intention to bid for the hosting rights.

Ukraine had initially intended to throw their hat into the ring, but the war in the country will almost certainly make that impossible.

Who Will Replace Russia in Women’s Euros?

Russia qualified for the Women’s Euro 2022 by finishing second behind the Netherlands in Group A, then beating Portugal in the play-offs. However, Russia were banned from the tournament following the invasion of Ukraine, so Portugal went through instead.

How Can I Watch the Women’s Euro 2022 on TV?

Soccer fans based in the United States can watch the Women’s Euro 2022 on fuboTV.

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