The next European Championships are rescheduled to take place in the summer of 2021 following the worldwide disruption caused by Covid-19 this year.
Scotland, Slovakia, Hungary and North Macedonia were the final four teams to book their place in the tournament consisting of 24 nations, set to take place across 12 different countries.
It is now scheduled to take place between 11 June-11 July 2021.
The draw for the eight groups took place on 30 November 2019, with France, Portugal and Germany alongside Hungary in the “group of death”.
Gareth Southgate’s England are the early favourites at 11/2, despite a defence that often includes Jordan Pickford, Harry Maguire and Kyle Walker.
World champions France follow closely at 6/1 and were the favourites before being handed a tough draw. Didier Deschamps’ side start their group with Germany in Munich and conclude with Portugal in Budapest.
Belgium are 7/1 with their talented but largely ageing squad. Roberto Martinez’s side have Denmark, Finland and Russia in Group B.
Germany, Netherlands and Spain are all 8/1 in what looks like a tough tournament to call at this point.
The full list of odds to win Euro 2021 are as follows:
Czech Republic 200/1
North Macedonia 500/1