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New customer offer: France OR Germany a terrific 10/1 to win Euro 2016

Jamie Clark, Sports Editor | June 6, 2016

Fancy France or Germany to win Euro 2016, and want the advantage of backing both in one bet?

Sign up to Coral and new customers get a terrific 10/1 price boost for either the tournament hosts or world champions to be crowned kings of European football.

We’re celebrating the Euros because it promises to be a terrific tournament. If those enhanced odds for France or Germany, two of the outright betting market leaders, to lift the trophy appeal, simply register for an online or mobile account with us, staking €/£5.

You stand to gain €/£50 in free bets within four days of the Euro 2016 final on Sunday, July 10th.

Punters have got all week, from 08:00 BST on Monday, June 6th until France kick the tournament offer against Romania at 20:00 on Friday, June 10th to take us up on this outstanding introductory offer.

Coral continue to offer crazy promotions like this, so view our previous and other ones, or read on and be reminded why the French and Germans are among those most-fancied to go all the way at the Euros…

Les Bleus do well when hosting tournaments

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Two major championships have taken place in France in the last 32 years, the Euros in 1984 and the World Cup in 1998. Les Bleus won on both occasions.

In that latter success, current France coach Didier Deschamps captained his country to glory in front of adoring home crowds, before ending his international playing career as Les Bleus lifted Euro 2000 in neighbouring nations Belgium and the Netherlands.

Midfield star Paul Pogba, attacking talent Dimitri Payet and prolific forward Antoine Griezmann are among the current crop of French footballers looking to emulate successive generations.

Die Mannschaft mean business

Joachim Low, meanwhile, is looking to follow up on a terrific 2014 World Cup win, and Germany are invariably excellent at tournaments.

Blessed with instinctive forward Thomas Muller, who has scored five goals at successive World Cups, and fellow established stars such as Manuel Neuer, Mesut Ozil and Sami Khedira, Die Mannschaft are a real threat at Euro 2016.

Should neither France nor Germany be crowned European champions, then Coral will more than compensate your initial investment as a €/£20 free bet that can be used across our mobile and digital platforms.

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