Euro 2020 sweepstake! How to be a winner even if it means more Euros heartbreak for England!

Euro 2020 sweepstake! How to be a winner and claim those all-important bragging rights this summer… even if it means more Euros heartbreak for England!

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If your team let you down this summer, don’t despair – you could still come away from the Euros as a winner by taking part in our sweepstake!

Whether competing against colleagues, friends or neighbours, pick your team and be in with a chance of claiming those all-important bragging rights.

You can also get your very own wall chart with all the details of the groups and fixtures to be played by purchasing a copy of Friday’s Daily Mail.

If England or your team let you down this summer, don't despair - you could still come away from the Euros as a winner by taking part in our sweepstake!

If England or your team let you down this summer, don’t despair – you could still come away from the Euros as a winner by taking part in our sweepstake!

Step 1 – Print and cut out the teams

Print and then individually cut out each of the 24 teams on the right of the image below and place them into a bowl or a hat – or any suitable receptacle of your choosing. Then, cut out the full list of teams on the left to keep a record of who has drawn which team to ensure fair play is adhered to at all times…

Step 2 – Take your pick

Will you be lucky to draw one of the giants – or will you get one of the minnows? Cross your fingers and have a good old rummage in the hat/bowl and take your pick. Remember, Greece won against all the odds in 2004, so don’t be disheartened if you pick one of the underdogs. 

Step 3 – Watch in hope

Hope for the best – and get behind your ‘other’ team. If there is a small number of sweepstakers in your group, one idea would be to seed the teams and pick one ‘good’ and one ‘bad’ team to ensure everyone, in theory, has a chance. 

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