UEFA Euro Cup
Euro 2016, will be the 15th European Championship, It will be held in France during the summer of 2016 (with the exact dates to be announced later).
Host country: France
Dates: Mid-June-10 July 2016
France was chosen as the host on 28 May 2010. In the bidding process, France beat Italy and Turkey for the right to host the finals. It will be the third time France has hosted the tournament, following the inaugural 1960 finals and the 1984 finals. France are two-time winners of the championship, winning as hosts 1984, as well as the 2000 tournament.
Euro 2016 promises to be one of the more exciting competitions in recent memory, featuring many of the top teams in the world. Euro Cup betting begins by looking at basic statistics. The problem with using statistics to come up with a good soccer betting strategy is that everyone else has them too. Some handicappers rely upon trends when coming up with a good winning strategy. They look at how teams have matched up against each other in the past and concentrate on past Euro Cup history. Neither of these ideas works all the time though. To come up with our own soccer betting strategy we first need to decide whether or not we want to concentrate on, Betting on the Moneyline or totals. Here we choose to bet the Moneyline, so lets look at exactly how it works.
Betting on the Moneyline
Betting on soccer is a little different from betting on other sports. Moneyline wagers have three outcomes: You can pick either of the two teams to win, or you can pick a draw. Remember, if you do not pick a draw and the game ends in a tie, you will lose your wager.
Game Time Frame
All games are official for wagering purposes after 40 minutes of the second half have been completed. Unless otherwise specified, the score at the end of regulation play - that is, 90 minutes plus injury time - will be used when settling all wagers. Any results from extra time, golden goals or penalty shootouts are not included.
The final match took place 23 days later on 1 July 2012 at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev, where Spain defended their title with a 40 win over Italy. Spain became the first team to win two consecutive EuroCup Championships, and the first international team to win three straight major tournament titles (Euro 2008, 2010 World Cup and Euro 2012).