Euro 2024 Odds: Spain Soccer Betting Guide

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Spain Euro 2024 Odds

With Euro 2024 underway, is gathering all the betting information you need for each participating country. This article gives bettors a full selection of Spain Euro 2024 odds. The Spanish were three-time champions at the Euros in 1964, 2008, and 2012. At Euro 2020, Spain lost to Italy on penalties in the semifinals. Now, Spain has a chance at revenge with the Italians in the same group. Click any of the odds below to bet now.

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WHAT group is Spain IN?

Spain, Croatia, Italy, and Albania have their work cut out after their Euro 2024 draw. The 2022-23 UEFA Nations League winners are the group’s favorites. Spain’s Euro 2024 odds are in the -110 range to be the Group B winner. Remember that Spain, Croatia, and Italy advanced to the 2023 Nations League semifinals.

As many as three teams can advance to the knockout phase and the Euro 2024 bracket. In the group stage, teams compile three points for wins and one point per draw. Whichever two tally the most points in the group will move on. Moreover, the four highest-scoring No. 3 finishers will advance. Thus, Spain’s fate may hinge upon other third-place finishers in the other groups if they also wind up there.

Euro 2024 Groups

Group AGroup BGroup CGroup DGroup EGroup F
HungaryCroatiaSerbiaAustriaRomaniaCzech Republic


Spain opens its tournament run with a 3-0 victory over Croatia. Eyeing a record-setting fourth Euro crown, they struck twice in three minutes, with Fabián Ruiz setting up Álvaro Morata in the 29th before firing one into the back of the net himself a hair later. More details are below.

Italy and Albania follow suit, meaning they will travel roughly 2,280 miles across Germany over nine days. For comparison’s sake, England will only travel 1,342 miles for their games. This factor could detriment the team’s performance.


Spain 3-0 (vs. Croatia)

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Spain vs. Italy

June 20, 3 p.m. ET, Gelsenkirchen

Spain vs. Albania

June 24, 3 p.m. ET, Dusseldorf


Under the youthful leadership of Luis de la Fuente, Spain has experienced a resurgence, propelling them to finish as UEFA Euro 2024 qualifying Group A winners (ahead of Scotland) after beating Cyprus 3-1 in November. Spain was subsequently placed in Pot 1 with a victory over Georgia.


The national team is led by Rodrigo Hernández Cascante, known as “Rodri,” arguably the world’s premier defensive midfielder. He will provide his teammates with more opportunities to combine further up the pitch.

De La Fuente hasn’t officially disclosed his starters, but Lamine Yamal figures to start if he fits in. The same goes for Martin Zubimendi, Rodri, and Daniel Carvajal Ramos. He’s expected to utilize a 4-3-3 attack with a powerful midfield trio and customary attacking positioning.

Spain’s starting 11 is expected to be (4-3-3): Unai Simon; Carvajal, Le Normand, Laporte, Grimaldo; Rodri, Zubimendi, Fabian Ruiz; Yamal, Morata, Olmo.

Yamal is the top young player in Europe this season, but De La Fuente must consider his workload. Outside of Rodri, Pedro González López (known as Pedri) is another midfielder to watch, assuming he remains healthy. 

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