Top 5 Sportsbooks to Bet on Euro 16

Euro 2016 isn't that far away now, and so it's important to get the betting strategy in order and make sure that you know who is offering what, so you can extract the maximum value from your sports betting. That's why we've taken a look at the best bookmakers with whom to place your bets during Europe's biggest football tournament.


888sport has always been a great site, with the features and promotions to get anyone excited. That's no different in the run-up to Euro 2016, though the special offers are getting tastier. Perhaps the most eye-catching special that you'll notice right away is treble the odds on your first bet. This kind of thing is almost certain to bring you value on your first flutter, and means that you're more likely to want to stick with 888 to see what else they've got.

As it happens, they've also got a few good prices for Euro 2016 that you might like, for example:

Belgium to win outright: 10/1


BetStars is the new site from the good people at Amaya, who created the world-conquering PokerStars. With that sort of pedigree, it shouldn't come as any surprise that the BetStars boffins have a few tricks up their sleeves, which will make your football betting experience a sweeter one. When you sign up, you get £20 in free bets for every £5 you deposit. Not only that, their Spin and Win feature means you can multiply your winnings by up to 10!

There are tons of other top odds to be found if you look, with new ones being added all the time. Here's one:

Over 2.5 goals in the Portugal vs. Iceland game: 27/20


Sign up with Ladbrokes and you're joining one of the oldest and most-established forces in sports betting. The company has been around pretty much forever, and so has a strong and loyal customer base, built up over years. However, Ladbrokes haven't taken online betting for granted, and the clean, clear user experience on its betting site is very welcome.

As a British company, Ladbrokes also takes football very seriously, coming up with odds like:

Spain to reach the final: 5/2


Bet365 loves football so much that it's not just willing to stand by and let the games happen, it's also decided to name a stadium after the company. The home ground of Stoke City, owned by the company's founder, will be called the Bet365 Stadium from next season. There's a 100% first-time deposit for new players that counts for every deposit up to £200, and there is a whole bunch of Euro 2016 action going on:

Anthony Martial (France) to be top scorer: 25/1


In truth, we don't know many websites that look cooler than Betfair's. And it's not just the aesthetics either - the pioneering betting exchange really thinks about making sports betting simple, and it's so easy to find the right sport and the right game. Betfair also promises to treble your first sportsbook bet, so if you bet £10, you get a £30 wager - perfect for beginners.

Start Euro 2016 with a bang, with a bet like this:

Antoine Griezmann (France) to be Player of the Tournament: 14/1

If you still need help picking out the best bookies from the other great ones on offer, take a look at all the BookieSmash reviews, telling you everything you need to know about places where you can put money on Euro 2016.

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