The Women’s Euro 2022 is almost over with England and Germany getting ready to face off in Sunday’s final.
Sarina Wiegman’s side cruised through the groups, scoring 14 goals without reply but were handed a tough task against pre-tournament favourites Spain in the quarter-finals. England got over that test and then thrashed Sweden 4-0 to record the biggest ever semi-final win at a Women’s European Championship, sealing their spot at Wembley.
Joining England in the final are Germany, who knocked out France as they look to reassert their dominance on European football.
Below you will find the latest Women’s Euro outright odds for 2022, as well as the rankings ahead of the final.
The latest Women's Euro 2022 outright odds
*You have to be 18+ to gamble. All odds within this article are accurate at the time of writing (10:00, 30/07/2022). BeGambleAware.
Paddy Power betting offer: Up to £50 cash back - money back as cash if any of your first 5 x £10 football bets lose
- Follow THIS LINK (or click the image below) to open a new account using promo code YSKWEY
- Deposit a minimum of £10 using a card.
- Place a Sportsbook bet on Football at min. odds of 2.0 (1/1). For the purposes of this promotion, your first ever settled bet will be counted as the qualifying bet.
- If your bet loses, your stake up to £10 will be refunded
- You can repeat the last two steps up to five times
- Qualifying requirements must be completed within 90 days of account opening.
Once dark horses, eight-time European champions came into Euro 2022 as slight outsiders because people didn’t really know what to expect. But now they do. And for many Germany will be favourites to win the tournament even if they don’t come out on top in this list.
There is a lot of quality in the squad and it showed in the group stages with three very comfortable wins. It started with a 4-0 thrashing of Denmark in a game many predicted to be close given the quality of the sides but Germany were ruthless in both defence and attack. That was repeated in the second game against Spain, a 2-0 win against the pre-tournament favourites that confirmed Germany’s place as group winners with one game left to spare.
But this is Germany, and they had no mercy on already-eliminated Finland, winning 3-0 for a fourth perfect group stage. And they were ruthless in punishing Austria’s mistakes in trying to play the ball out from the back, with both goals capitalising on poor passing from Manuela Zinsberger.
Then came the big win, beating France 2-1 in Milton Keynes on Wednesday night thanks to an Alexandra Popp double, to move Germany into their ninth European Championship final. What happened in their previous eight appearances? Oh yeah, they won each and every one.
As hosts, England were understandably amongst the favourites before the tournament but they also do have the quality to take on the best. And they’ve shown it at Euro 2022, becoming the first team to qualify for the semi-finals while holding their spot as favourites to lift the trophy at Wembley on July 31. It was a nervy start to the group stage, a 1-0 win over Austria at Old Trafford which they could have drawn after slipping, but they bounced back from that massively.
Norway, labelled dark horses for the tournament, were thumped 8-0 at the Amex Stadium in England’s second game, securing their spot as Group A winners – Beth Mead starring in particular with a hat-trick. There was another big scoreline in England’s final group game, a 5-0 win over Northern Ireland which saw the Lionesses break the record for most goals in a group stage. And they didn’t stop there. After getting through a nervy game against Spain, coming from 1-0 down to win 2-1 in extra-time, England turned on the style in the semi-final to beat Sweden 4-0. The win ended England’s run of three-straight semi-final defeats in major tournaments and puts them just one victory away from becoming European champions. Can they do it?