Euro 2024 Odds: Belgium Soccer Betting Guide

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Written By Jason Guilbault | Last Updated
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The 2024 Euros began on June 14, and Belgium suffered the first stunner of the tournament, a 1-0 loss to Slovakia. Often listed among the top teams for Euro 2024 odds, Belgium is now to win it all. A deep roster with names like Romelu Lukaku and Kevin De Bruyne bring experience to a squad that is beginning to see a turnover of young players who are taking a stronger role. Find the latest odds for Belgium amongst their group, schedule, and projected starting eleven.

Belgium Euro 2024 Odds

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What Group is BElgium in?

Belgium were drawn into Group E with Slovakia, Romania, and Ukraine. At first glance this was a favorable draw for Belgium to move out of the group, there is work to be done now. Still, odds to advance out of Group E sit at . After beginning as huge favorites to win Group E, those odds now sit at .

Two teams with the most points after group play will move on in the Euro 2024 bracket. Third-place teams can now advance depending on the rest of the third-place finishers and the overall amount of points. The four teams with the most points among the third-pace finishers will advance.

Group E Table

TeamPointsRecordGoal Differential
Romania31-0-0+3
Slovakia31-0-0+1
Belgium00-1-0-1
Ukraine00-1-0-3

Euro 2024 Groups

Group AGroup BGroup CGroup DGroup EGroup F
GermanySpainEnglandFranceBelgiumPortugal
SwitzerlandItalyDenmarkNetherlandsUkraineTurkey
HungaryCroatiaSerbiaAustriaRomaniaCzech Republic
ScotlandAlbaniaSloveniaPolandSlovakiaGeorgia

When Does Belgium Play Again?

Belgium will square off against another upset-minded team in Romania, who dusted Ukraine 3-0 in their opener.That match is Saturday at 3 p.m. ET in Cologne, Germany.

Belgium Euro 2024 Schedule

Belgium 0-1 Slovakia

  • Slovakia goal: Ivan Schranz – 7′

Belgium Vs. Romania

June 22nd, 3 PM, Köln

Belgium Vs. Ukraine

June 26th, 12 PM, Stuttgart

How Belgium qualified for Euro 2024

Belgium was drawn into Group F with Austria, Sweden, Azerbaijan, and Estonia. Belgium finished first with a record of 6-2-0, conceding just four goals over the eight games. Austria finished just a point behind, but both had a health gap between the third-place finisher, Sweden. It was a fairly soft group, and Belgium finishing top of the table was to be expected.

Belgium likely starting lineup

  • GK – Koen Casteels
  • DF – Tomothy Castagne
  • DF – Wout Faes
  • DF – Jan Vertonghen
  • DF – Arthur Theate
  • MF – Amadou Onana
  • MF – Orel Mangala
  • MF – Kevin De Bruyne
  • ATT – Leandro Trossard
  • ATT – Romelu Lukaku
  • ATT – Jeremy Doku

Notable Players

Despite missing half the season for Premier League title-winning Man City, Kevin De Bruyne was as impactful as ever. Leading the Belgium charge, he will have ample targets ahead of him, including his teammate Jeremy Doku. A young group of midfielders are emerging for Belgium as Amadou Onana has had a promising year at Everton and Arthur Vermeeren transferred to Atletico Madrid this past year. Vermeeren is a name to watch for years to come.

This will likely be the last run for names like Romelu Lukaku and Jan Vertonghen are up there in age. Lois Openda is a name to watch off the bench, who is capable of filling the shoes of Lukaku. Leandro Trossard was one of Arsenal’s best and will look to deliver the same success for Belgium.

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