EuroMillions is a lottery played across nine European countries - the UK, Ireland, Spain, France, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland. The game launched on 7th February, 2004, and has now had over 1,000 draws.
The jackpot starts at €17 million (£ depends on exchange rate) and can increase up to a maximum value of €210 million. Select a topic below to learn more about EuroMillions.
- Friday 5th February - The first EuroMillions Superdraw of 2021 is set to take place, offering a jackpot worth an estimated £115 million (€130 million). You can buy your tickets in advance and find out more information here.
Get the latest numbers, winners and UK prize breakdowns here after each draw. EuroMillions is held every Tuesday and Friday at 20.30 (21.30 CET) in Paris, France.
Get information on common and overdue winning numbers, to help you choose a lucky line. View the countries with the most winners, analyse recent jackpot trends and more.
The next EuroMillions Superdraw is set to take place on Friday 5th February 2021, offering a jackpot worth an est. £115 million. These special draws are held a few times a year and offer massive guaranteed jackpots - learn more about how it all works here.
Playing EuroMillions couldn't be easier. Simply pick five numbers from 1 to 50 and two Lucky Stars from 1 to 12. Find out how to play here.
With overall odds of 1 in 13 for winning a prize, millions of players win in every draw. See the odds of winning for each tier, including the jackpot, here.
There are 13 prize tiers, offering cash amounts ranging from a couple of pounds to nine-figure fortunes. Learn all about the prize structure here.
Learn more about this supplementary game for UK EuroMillions players in which one ticket holder is guaranteed to win £1 million in every draw. Find out how the game works, and view the latest winning Millionaire Maker code.
Players have been winning huge prizes since the game began in 2004. Find out more about the biggest UK EuroMillions winners on this page.
If you’re lucky enough to win a EuroMillions prize, the next step is to get your hands on the money. Find out how to claim a prize here.
Learn more about EuroMillions here. You'll find out the answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding the game.
The jackpot cap sets the maximum value of the top prize at €210 million. Find out more about how it works.
EuroMillions HotPicks costs just £1.50 and gives you control over how many numbers you want to match, offering prizes up to £1 million.
Bet on this online alternative to EuroMillions. All of the same prize tiers are available and you can win jackpots up to £90 million.
Multiple millionaires are guaranteed to be made in this special draw played across all nine participating countries.
EuroMillions Must Be Won draws are only held when the jackpot has stayed at its €210 million cap for four consecutive draws. Find out how they work.
A timeline of changes made in the history of the game, plus any news about upcoming updates, including new games and ways to win.