Get ready for the ultimate Eurovision experience with our comprehensive betting guide. The Eurovision Song Contest, known for its dazzling performances and international flair, offers a unique opportunity for fans to add excitement to the competition by placing bets on their favorite acts.

Eurovision Betting Tips Guide

In this Eurovision 2024 betting guide, we’ll provide you with expert insights, betting strategies, and all the information you need to make informed wagers on this iconic music event. So, join us as we delve into the world of Eurovision betting and celebrate the harmony of music and betting expertise.


Eurovision 2024 Betting Odds

The final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 is set for Saturday, May 11 and will be shown live on the BBC with two semi-finals taking place on the Tuesday and Thursday beforehand. The competition is heating up as 37 nations vie for their place in the 68th edition of the event, which will be hosted in Sweden for an impressive seventh time.

Here are the leading contenders in the 2024 Eurovision winner odds as of 5th February 2024.

  • 13/5 Ukraine
  • 6/1 United Kingdom
  • 10/1 Italy
  • 12/1 Israel
  • 12/1 Iceland
  • 14/1 Sweden
  • 25/1 Georgia
  • 25/1 Ireland
  • 28/1 Croatia
  • 30/1 France
  • 30/1 Germany

Odds via Betfair Exchange. Others on request.


Ukraine Fancied to Win Again

Traditionally, Ukraine has been known for its innovative and impactful entries, often blending traditional Ukrainian elements with contemporary sounds to create memorable performances. Their participation has not only showcased the country’s rich musical heritage but also its modern artistic vision, making Ukraine one of the most anticipated entries each year.

Alyona Alyona & Jerry Heil’s song “Teresa & Maria“, Ukraine’s entry for Eurovision 2024, won the national selection with a song that speaks to the strength and resilience of women. Emphasising unity for significant actions and victories, the song, while deeply rooted in Ukrainian context, offers universal appeal, encouraging listeners worldwide to find common ground in its lyrics​.

 


United Kingdom represented by Olly Alexander

The United Kingdom will compete in the 2024 Eurovision Song Contest, hosted in Malmö, Sweden. Olly Alexander, chosen by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) through an internal selection, will represent the UK with his song “Dizzy.” As part of the “Big Five,” the United Kingdom gains automatic entry into the Eurovision final.


In a groundbreaking early announcement by the BBC, Olly Alexander was revealed in December as the UK’s pick for the Eurovision Song Contest, a decision made through their internal selection process. This marks the earliest reveal of the UK’s act for the competition. While details of his song remain closely guarded, it’s known that Alexander, in collaboration with Danny L Harle—who has produced for renowned artists like Dua Lipa and Charli XCX—co-wrote the track, stirring anticipation for its unveiling.


All Eurovision 2024 Song Videos (so far)

This annual showcase not only highlights the diverse musical talents from around the world but also brings together countries in a celebration of culture and creativity on an international stage.

In this video you can watch all the songs / entries that have been selected so far for Eurovision 2024.


Past Eurovision Winners List

  • 2023: Sweden – Loreen with “Tattoo”
  • 2022: Ukraine – Kalush Orchestra with “Stefania”
  • 2021: Italy – Måneskin with “Zitti e buoni”
  • 2020: Contest Cancelled
  • 2019: Netherlands – Duncan Laurence with “Arcade”
  • 2018: Israel – Netta with “Toy”
  • 2017: Portugal – Salvador Sobral with “Amar pelos dois”
  • 2016: Ukraine – Jamala with “1944”
  • 2015: Sweden – Måns Zelmerlöw with “Heroes”
  • 2014: Austria – Conchita Wurst with “Rise Like a Phoenix”