With just four teams left in the competition, most people may consider that there is little value left in the outright winner market at the current prices. Punters new to Paddy Power can choose from a set of enhanced odds, which mean they are able to take up one of three huge prices ahead of the semi-finals kicking off in France.
To take advantage of any of the three offers listed below, simply sign up using the links provided, back your chosen team at the usual price shown on site and if they win the tournament, the returns will be topped up to the enhanced price.
Joachim Low's side are aiming to reach back-to-back international finals after winning the World Cup in Brazil in 2014. They got the better of Italy in the quarter-finals courtesy of a dramatic penalty shootout and the odds compilers make them joint favourites at 9/5 (2.80).
New players can take up 10/1 (11.0), though, and while Mario Gomez looks unlikely to feature for the side again this summer, their international experience combined with a defence that has still to concede from open play in five matches look an appealing prospect at a double-figure price.
For those who believe home advantage will be key for Les Bleus, the boost for new customers from 9/5 (2.80) to 10/1 (11.0) should prove eye catching. Didier Deschamps' side seemed to be struggling to show their best form in the early stages of the competition but an emphatic 5-2 victory over Iceland demonstrated what the hosts are capable of going forward.
Deschamps' men have had a kind draw until this stage, and while Germany could prove their first real test on the international stage, they certainly have the potential to justify their place at the top of the outright market, especially with the likes of Antoine Griezmann, Olivier Giroud and Dimitri Payet all competing for the top scorer prize.
The sizeable outsiders of the final four, Wales have surprised many pundit and punters with their showing this summer. Pre-tournament 80/1 (81.0) backers will be dreaming of landing a huge coup with Chris Coleman's men but new Paddy Power players can still get on board at 20/1 (21.0).
While Gareth Bale has grabbed the headlines after an impressive group stage in which the Real Madrid man scored in every game, the 3-1 win over a Belgium team ranked number two in the world showed they are more than just a one-man team. With a team spirit and determination unlike any other remaining in the competition, the underdogs could continue to thrive with a lack of pressure combined to their Euro 2016 rivals.