Current UEFA Europa League Betting Odds and Lines

The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) created the Europa League in 1971. It’s now the second-tier competition of European soccer behind the UEFA Champions League.

Initially, the Europa League debuted as the UEFA Cup and was actually the third-tier competition behind the UEFA Winners’ Cup. The two leagues merged in 1999 and later rebranded as the Europa League in 2009.

An annual association ranking determines how many teams automatically qualify from each country. The tournament field currently consists of two paths with teams from three different sources:

  • League Path
    • Champions from lower-tier associations in Europe.
    • Higher finishers in strong European leagues (fourth place in France’s Ligue 1 and fifth place in English Premier League, for example).
  • Champions Path – Teams from the current Champions League season that are eliminated during the competition.

Qualifying and playoff rounds take place in July and August. Afterwards, a 32-team group stage runs from September through November.

Next, the knockout round runs from February to March. Sixteen teams qualify for the Europa League preliminary knockout round, consisting of 8 group stage runners-up and 8 third-place teams from the Champions League group stage. Eight preliminary round winners then play the eight winners from the Europa League group stage in the knockout phase.

Following the knockout phase, the Europa League quarterfinals begin in April. The Europa League semifinals and finals typically happen in May. The Europa League champion automatically qualifies for the UEFA Champions League the following season.

While it can’t match the Champions League, which draws around 400 million viewers worldwide for its final, the Europa Cup championship game drew 10 million viewers in Italy alone when Inter Milan played Seville in the 2020 final. For comparison’s sake, the 2022 NBA Finals averaged around 12 million viewers in the United States.

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Table of Contents

  1. UEFA Europa League Betting
  2. UEFA Europa League Betting Events
  3. When to Bet on UEFA Europa League Matches
  4. Popular Teams
  5. UEFA Europa League Betting Strategies
  6. Europa League Standings

UEFA Europa League Bets

Soccer may be a low-scoring sport, but there are quite a few ways to place a bet on a soccer match. Some require more explanation than others, particularly the Asian Handicap.

Moneyline Bet

The moneyline is a simple bet where you try and predict the final outcome of the match. Wager on either team to win or choose a draw with a 3-way moneyline bet.

You can also wager on either team to win with a 2-way moneyline bet. With this bet, a draw would result in a push and your bet being refunded.

3-Way Moneyline Bet

The 3-way moneyline is one of the most popular bets due to draws being a consistent outcome in soccer. You can choose either team to win or bet on a draw.

Sportsbooks determine the likelihood of each outcome along with how the public might bet on a matchup to set the odds. If the public takes more action on one of the three outcomes than expected, sportsbooks will adjust the odds accordingly.

3-Way Moneyline Example

Real Madrid -165
Manchester City +450
Draw +330

In this example, Real Madrid winning is the most likely outcome. The minus sign before the odds indicates their status as the betting favorite. A minus before the number means you have to risk $165 to win $100 on Real Madrid.

A plus sign ahead of the odds indicates an underdog outcome. A bet on Manchester City to win is the most unlikely result according to oddsmakers. A Manchester City win would pay $450 on a $100 bet.

The odds for a draw in this case are +330, so bet $100 to win $330 in the event of a tie.

Note that 3-way moneyline odds can all have plus values. When this occurs, the favorite would be the lowest value.

In the following example, Tottenham is the +115 favorite. Juventus is +250, so a Juventus win is considered slightly less likely than a draw at +245.

Tottenham +115
Juventus +250
Draw +245

2-Way Moneyline Bet (aka “Tie No Bet”)

As we touched on above, the 2-way moneyline bet means there are two outcomes instead of three. This bet takes the draw out of the equation, as you would get your initial bet amount back in case of a tie. Hence, this bet is also called a 2-Way Tie No Bet.

2-Way Moneyline Bet Example

Real Madrid -425
Manchester City +310

Using the same game as our first 3-way moneyline example, you’ll see that you would have to risk a lot more to win the same amount on a bet for Real Madrid. That’s because a draw isn’t a losing outcome here.

Since a draw isn’t a negative for a bettor on the 2-way moneyline, you would have to risk more to back the favored team. In this case, it’s $425 on Real Madrid to win $100. If the match is a draw, you get your $425 bet back.

On the other side, you’re also protected against a draw by betting on Manchester City. The payout for a Manchester City win decreases to $310 on a $100 bet. Again, if the final result is a draw, you get your $100 bet back.

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Totals Bet (Over-Under)

A totals bet is where oddsmakers set a specific number of goals to be scored in the match. You bet whether the final result will be over or under that number.

It’s important to note that the number set for a totals bet isn’t the number of goals oddsmakers think will be scored. Rather, it’s the number of goals oddsmakers think will cause equal betting on both sides of their line. This ensures a sportsbook doesn’t take too much of a loss on a certain result.

Totals Bet Example

AC Milan 2.5 o -110
Barcelona 2.5 u -110

Here, you would be betting on whether the total number of goals in this match will go over or under 2.5.

The -110 next to each number indicates the odds. You would need to bet $110 to win $100 in either case. Sometimes, oddsmakers will adjust the odds if they believe betting on one side will be heavier than the other.

You’ll notice that the odds here are the same for each side. In either case, you have to risk more than you can win. This $10 difference is called the vig or juice. Sportsbooks use losing bets to pay the winners.

When there’s an equal amount of betting on each side, the book gets a profit of $10 on each losing bet. Think of the vig as a service fee. It allows the sportsbook a better chance to profit and also ensures that your bet will be paid out in case you win.

Asian Handicap – Goal Line Bet (Soccer Point Spread)

The Asian handicap, or goal line bet, is placing a wager on the matchup with a point spread like a hockey puck line or baseball run line. Teams are typically favored by half goal, but more lopsided matchups have been known to have spreads of 1.5 or 2.5 on the goal line.

Asian Handicap – Goal Line Bet Example

Paris Saint-Germain -0.5 -110
Liverpool +0.5 -110

In this example, a bet on Paris Saint-Germain would only be successful if PSG wins by 1 or more goals.

Betting on Liverpool gives you two ways to win. If Liverpool wins outright, you win. If the final result is a draw, you also win. That +0.5 goal line means Liverpool can’t lose by more than 1 goal. It includes the possibility of a draw.

If the goal line were -1.5 in favor of Paris Saint-Germain, the bet would only be a winner if PSG was to win the match by two or more goals.

Asian Handicap Split Bet (Split Goal Line Bet)

Asian handicap split lines, or split goal lines, are written in quarter goal increments of 0.25 or 0.75. Examples include 0.25, 0.75, 1.25 or 1.75.

Whenever you see a split line, you’re actually making 2 bets at once. Your wager will be equally split between the two closest half line numbers with the same odds.

Asian Handicap Split Bet Example

Here’s how a $120 bet on Bayern Munich with a -0.75 -120 Asian handicap split bet works.

Bayern Munich -0.75 -120
Marseilles +0.75 +100

The closest half number below -0.75 is -1, so $60 goes for Bayern Munich -1. The closest half number above -0.75 is -0.5. The other $60 goes to Bayern Munich by -0.5.

The -120 odds is what determines your winning payout. Remember, a minus value is how much you risk to win $100. In this case, you are risking $120 total to win a $100 split between two different lines.

If both bets win, you get $50 for each totaling $100. If one wins and one pushes, you get $50 plus $60 refunded. And if both lose, you get $0.

Asian Handicap Split Bet Detailed Example

How much you win or lose on the Asian handicap split bet depends on the game’s final outcome. Here’s how your bet on Bayern Munich -0.75 at -120 odds plays out.

Bayern Munich wins by 2 or more goals
Both bets win. Bayern Munich’s 2 goal victory is greater than each bet at -0.5 and -1.

The $120 bet to win $100 was split $60 each for Bayern Munich -0.5 and Bayern Munich -1. You win $50 each for a total of $100.

Bayern Munich wins by 1 goal
Bayern Munich by -0.5 wins, Bayern Munich by -1 pushes. In this case, Bayern Munich’s 1 goal victory is only greater than the bet at -0.5.

Your $120 bet to win $100 was split 2 ways for $60 on each line, -0.5 and -1. You win $50 on the bet against -0.5 and get $60 refunded for the push against -1. Total win: $50.

Bayern Munich draws or loses outright
Both bets lose. A draw means a 0-goal margin of victory over Marseilles, and 0 is less than both -0.5 and -1.

You lose the $60 against -0.5 and the $60 against -1. Total loss: $120.

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Futures Bet

A futures bet is exactly what it sounds like. Instead of betting on a single-match result, you’re placing a wager on an event in the future.

The most popular UEFA Europa League futures bet is the tournament winner.

2023 UEFA Europa League Winner
Team Odds
Arsenal +700
Manchester United +700
AS Roma +1100
Lazio Rome +1800
Real Betis Seville +2500
SC Freiburg +4000
Union Berlin +4000

Unless one team is a heavy favorite to win a championship, most teams will have plus odds. So the smallest number would indicate the favorite. With so many quality teams (including several who won their league championships and finished high in the standings of others), it’s rarer to have overwhelming favorites in the UEFA Europa League than it may be in a national club league.

Longshot UEFA Europa League Teams Don’t Win

According to oddsmakers, Arsenal and Manchester United are the most likely 2022-23 Europa League champions. A $100 bet on them would net $700 if they were to win the title. Teams like AS Roma, Lazio Rome, Real Betis Seville, etc. are all deemed less likely to win. Their payouts are much higher if they in fact do.

UEFA Europa League Futures Betting Odds Will Change

You can typically bet on futures as soon as the previous season ends. As the year progresses, a variety of factors will influence and change the odds throughout the season.

A unique factor regarding Europa League futures, however, is that depending on when you bet on the Europa League champion, the teams can change. This is because teams drop from the Champions League to the Europa League at certain stages. More on that in the next section.

Europa League Prop Bets

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UEFA Europa League Major Events

The Europa League begins in June each year with a series of qualifying rounds and a playoff round between smaller teams. Play continues through August.

A 32-team group stage follows comprised of teams from various sources. Note that UEFA uses the association coefficient to rank each country’s football associations in order to seed Europa League teams:

  1. 10 winners from the Europa League playoff round.
  2. League Path
  3. Champions Path
    • 6 teams eliminated from the Champions League playoff round.
    • 4 teams eliminated from the Champions League third qualifying round.

Group Stage

The Group Stage runs throughout the fall months. The 32 teams are drawn into eight groups of four, similar to the FIFA World Cup. The four teams play each other twice (once at each team’s home stadium). A win is worth three points, a draw is worth one, and a loss gets zero points. The top two teams from each group advance, with a total of 16 teams going to the knockout round.

Knockout Phase

Unlike Europe’s top leagues that determine a champion by season standings, the UEFA Europa League follows more of a tournament format. This will be familiar to United States fans who are used to playoffs for most North American sports.

The Europa League has two rounds of 16. The preliminary knockout round is in February and features eight group runners-up and eight third-place teams from the Champions League’s group stage.

The eight winners of that preliminary knockout round then advance to the main knockout phase in March and join the eight group winners from the group stage.

The teams play two matches in total. The first is held at the preliminary round winner’s stadium, then the group winner hosts the second match. The scores of the two matches are combined to determine the winner.

If the teams’ aggregate score is tied, two 15-minute periods of extra time are played after the conclusion of the second match. If it’s still tied, a penalty-kick shootout is held as a tiebreaker.

Winners advance to April quarterfinal and semifinal rounds. These are played in the same manner as the knockout phase.

UEFA Europa League Final

The UEFA Europa League Final is played in May at a neutral site and consists of just one match. In 2022, the final between Eintracht Frankfurt and the Rangers of Scotland was held at a stadium in Seville, Spain with Eintracht Frankfurt winning 5-4 in penalty kicks after a 1-1 draw.

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When to Bet on UEFA Europa League Matches

The UEFA Europa League differs from other leagues that play on a weekly basis. The Europa League schedule is worked into each team’s existing home league schedule. In most cases, it’s advantageous to wait until close to match time before placing a wager.

Waiting until closer to kickoff gives you time for any late injuries or other news to develop that could affect the match result, and you’ll also see how these teams are performing in their home leagues leading up to their Europa League matchup.

Single-Game Alternatives

We discussed the variety of bets you can make during the regular season, but that changes a bit for the UEFA Europa League after group play concludes.

For matchups in the knockout phase, you can bet on each match separately via the methods above.

You can also bet on which of the two teams will advance. If you make that bet, you’re rooting for the aggregate score and potential tiebreakers to determine the result of your wager.

Even though there are no ties in the UEFA Europa League Final, there is still a 3-way moneyline bet option. This bet takes just the first 90 minutes of a regulation match into account. For instance, if you bet on a draw in the 2021-22 Europa League Final, you would’ve won since it was 1-1 after 90 minutes.

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Popular UEFA Europa League Teams


Sevilla, out of the Spanish La Liga, is the most successful team in UEFA Europa League history. It has won the championship in each of the six times they’ve reached the final, and all wins have come in the 21st century. Sevilla’s first titles came in back-to-back years of 2006 and ‘07, followed by a three-peat from 2014-16 and a sixth title in 2020. In fact, not only is Sevilla undefeated in the Europa League Finals, they also won the championship in each year they reached the semifinal round.

Sevilla is Spain’s oldest football club devoted solely to soccer, having been founded in 1890. The team has won La Liga just one time (1945-46). As of 2022, Mu’nas Babbur and Kevin Gameiro are both in the top 10 of all-time goal scorers in UEFA Europa League competition from the group stage to the final. Babbur has 24 goals in 49 appearances, while 17 of Gameiro’s 24 goals (in 54 appearances) have come with Seville.

Inter Milan

Inter Milan, competing in Italy’s Serie A, is tied for the second-most UEFA Europa League titles with three. But the club’s five appearances in the Final is only behind Sevilla in the history of the competition. Inter also has three UEFA Champions League titles and 17 Serie A championships to its credit through the 2021-22 season.

All three of Inter’s Europa League championships came in the 1990s, winning in ‘91, ‘94, and ‘98. The team was runner-up in ‘97 and again in 2020. Top goal scorers in that run included Jurgen Klinsmann and Dennis Bergkamp. Alessandro Altobelli, who played from 1977-89, has 25 goals in Europa League competition, ranking sixth all-time.

Atletico Madrid

Spanish La Liga’s Atletico Madrid is tied with Inter Milan, Juventus, and Liverpool with three UEFA Europa League championships. All three have come since 2010. After the first title, the Indios won two years later in 2012 and again in 2018.

Atletico Madrid and Sevilla accounted for seven of the 11 winners between 2010-’20. Their combined nine titles make up the majority of the record 13 Europa League championships that Spanish teams have won. The La Liga side also holds the Europa League record for consecutive wins with 15, set from 2011-13.

Atletico Madrid, which has a fierce rivalry with crosstown club Real Madrid, has 11 La Liga titles to its credit. Diego Godin is considered the best defender to ever play for the club and led the team to two its first two Europa League championships.

Counting goals scored in group play through to the final, Radamel Falcao’s 30 goals ranks one behind Henrik Larrson for the most scored in Europa League history. But Falcao is still active and has only been in 31 Europa League games, compared to 45 appearances for Larsson.

UEFA Europa League Betting Handicapping Strategies

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Do Your Research

It’s estimated that 70% of all of the sports betting that takes place worldwide is wagered on soccer. As we mentioned, the Europa League is popular across all of Europe, so the games are of interest to a wide variety of people. Because of this, oddsmakers are paying close attention to the lines they’re setting. This makes it difficult to find weaknesses or value in a lot of wagers.

To counter this, you need to be as prepared as possible. Watch the matches involving the teams you’re looking to bet on. Be sure to:

  • Pay close attention to injury reports and suspensions.
  • Review each team’s performance in their recent home league matches.
  • If the teams have met in other competitions, analyze their head-to-head records.

Finally, consider each team’s recent results. How a team performed in their last three or four matches could provide more useful information than their statistics over the course of an entire season.

Fortunately, there are plenty of websites with useful handicapping information. Handicapping is the process of studying data to make informed sports betting wagers. Here are some helpful resources:

Know What Home Field Advantage Is Worth

Soccer game scoring is limited. Therefore, any scoring advantage is in your favor. Footy Stats has a page showing which clubs in the UEFA Europa League have a strong home-field advantage each season.

In the 2021-22 season, 43 of the 58 teams were either neutral or had a home-field advantage when considering the goals they scored versus the goals they allowed. Forty-five of the 58 teams scored more goals at home. Just 18 teams allowed more goals at home than they did in away matches.

Overall, home-field advantage in the Europa League is strong, but it’s not quite as prominent as it is in the individual European leagues. Factors include tougher overall competition and a smaller sample size. Depending on what knockout phase they play in, teams can play anywhere from 13 to 17 games in a Europa League tournament, whereas a typical European league like the English Premier League can see 38 games in a season.

By studying the teams closely, you can learn when to take an away team, which can lead to big wins since the oddsmakers will typically give a bump to the home team.

Exploit Public Bias

Use public biases to increase the value of your bets. Given that 70% of all sports bets in the world are placed on soccer, you can be sure that a great many of them are being made on the favorite team to win.

Popular clubs will also see more betting action from the public than other teams. As a result, oddsmakers will nudge odds in favor of teams opposing the fan favorites. A bet on an opposing team may offer higher value, especially if you determine they have a real chance to win after doing your research.

Another popular public bias is on the totals bet. Casual bettors like scoring and want to root for goals. That means they gravitate towards taking the over. However, if your research suggests a lower number of goals than the current totals odds, grab the value that comes with betting on the under.

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2023-2024 UEFA Europa League Regular Season Standings - Group A
# Team GP W D L F A GD Pts
1West Ham United
Qualifies for round of 16
2SC Freiburg
Qualifies for knockout round playoffs
Drops to Europa Conference League knockout round playoffs
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UEFA Europa League Odds FAQs

What is the difference between the UEFA Europa League and Champions League?

The Europa League is a similar tournament but is contested among European clubs whose champions aren’t eligible for the Champions League, didn’t qualify for it or were eliminated from it during the year.

What is the UEFA Europa League format?

After qualifying and group-stage rounds take place, 8 group stage runner-ups play the third-place teams from the Champions League group stage. Those 8 winners face the 8 Europa League group-stage winners in a knockout tournament to eventually determine the champion.

Why are futures odds attractive for UEFA Europa League teams?

With so many quality teams taking part, it’s often more difficult to predict a champion in the UEFA Europa League, so there is often better value in favorites on futures bets.

What is the Asian Handicap in Europa League betting?

An Asian Handicap, or split goal line, has .25 goal increments. Your bet is split equally against the nearest half-point lines above and below the quarter goal line.

What is an over-under Europa League total bet?

Oddsmakers will set lines for the combined goal total of both teams. Decide whether the actual total will be over or under this line.

What is a 2-way Draw No Bet in Europa League betting?

Bet on either team to win. If the match is a draw, your bet will be refunded.

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