Following England’s World Cup exit in the quarter-finals, attention has turned to their next chance to potentially lift silverware for the first time since 1966.
The European Championship is fast approaching for the Three Lions, but memories are still raw from their heartbreaking penalty shootout loss against Italy in the Euro 2020 final.
Many thought football was coming home at the World Cup in Qatar last year, however, France progressed to the semi-finals ahead of the Three Lions.
So, what about Euro 2024? Paddy Power News has all you need to know about the tournament. You can see the latest Euro 2024 odds on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app.
Who are the Euro 2024 hosts?
Germany will host Euro 2024 after being chosen for the 17th edition of the competition. They beat Turkey in their bid to host.
The host venues in Germany are: Berlin, Cologne, Dortmund, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Gelsenkirchen, Hamburg, Leipzig, Munich and Stuttgart.
What are the Euro 2024 dates?
Euro 2024 will kick off on Friday, June 14 and last a month until Sunday, July 14. Berlin’s Olympiastadion will host the final.
Which teams have qualified for Euro 2024?
Germany have qualified for Euro 2024 as the hosts, which will be their 14th consecutive appearance at the tournament.
There were 20 spots up for grabs in the European Qualifiers, which run from March 2023 until November 2023. A further three places are available via play-offs scheduled for March 2024.
- Germany (Hosts)
Which teams are taking part in the Euro 2024 qualifying play-offs?
- Poland (Path A)
- Estonia (Path A)
- Finland (Path A )
- Wales (Path A)
- Bosnia and Herzegovina (Path B)
- Iceland (Path B)
- Israel (Path B)
- Ukraine (Path B)
- Georgia (Path C)
- Greece (Path C)
- Kazakhstan (Path C)
- Luxembourg (Path C)
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