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Euro Women 2017

As every four years, the Women's Euro will allow the best European nations of the women's football scene to compete to establish their supremacy. Organised this year in the Netherlands, from 16 July to 6 August, this competition is once again likely to fulfil all its promises by bringing together the defending champions Germany, Sweden, England and France.

Copetition Format

For the first time since 1984, 16 teams will participate in this Euro 2017. These formations will be distributed equally in 4 pools of 4. At the end of this group stage, the two best nations of each pool are directly qualified for the quarter-finals. The third place match will not be played as the teams defeated in the semi-finals will both be given the bronze medal.


With 8 titles gleaned in this competition, including 5 consecutive since 1997, Germany is the favourite of this tournament (it is offered at 2.50 with Betway). By winning the title in 2013, the Germans once again proved their ability to transcend themselves during major competitions. The teammates of Anja Mittag will do everything possible to retain their title.

Sweden will also have a say in this competition. With world-renowned players like Lotta Schelin and Caroline Seger, Swedish coach Pia Sundhage will be able to make the opposing teams shake. Often on the scene, Sweden is still on a good performance at the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil (Sweden were finalist) and will undoubtedly want to repeat this performance in this Euro 2017. A victory for Sweden in this competition is rated at 12 at Bet365.

Finally, although Olivier Echouafni supports the opposite, the team of France is indeed one of the favourites in this tournament. In view of the last performances offered by the French women (4 wins and 1 draw in 5 games) there is no doubt that Les Blues will be expected to do well. Based on a core of experienced players like Eugénie Le Sommer, Gaëtanne Thiney and Marie-Laure Delie, the coach has a complete and qualitative team. Even though the players wearing the rooster jersey have never reached the quarter-finals, this year may be the right time as the girls have raised their level of play compared to previous years. A coronation of France is offered at 3.50 at Bet365.

The Outsiders

On the side of the outsiders, England (10.00 with Betway) will have a very nice card to play, seeded and fell in a group widely within its reach. With players like Ellen White at the forefront of the Three Lionesses attack, there is no doubt that England will have a lot to say in this competition. Attention also to Denmark (28.00 with Betfred) semi-finalist in 2013 and Norway (20.00 with Betfred) finalist of the last edition. These two teams produce very beautiful football and have the art and the way to surprise their game is fluid. Norwegians and Danes could well create the surprise again and reach the semi-final stage.


Germany - 2.5 with Betway

France - 3.5 with Bet365

England - 10 with Betway

Sweden - 12 with Bet365

Netherlands - 11 with Unibet

Norway - 20 with Betfred

Spain - 20 with Betfred

Italy - 33 with Bet365

Scotland - 80 with Bet365

Portugal - 25- with Bet365