Women's Euros Winner/Golden Boot Doubles

Grant McQuillan

Women's Euros Winner/Golden Boot Odds



England Women/Ellen White (England W)

As England's all-time top scorer, Ellen White enters this European Championship as the favourite to win the Golden Boot at a home European Championships for her country at 6/1. White hasn't had the best season she's ever had by any means, and in truth, she's slowed down a bit the past two seasons. The Manchester City star netted 15 goals in all competitions last time out, and went on to score 10 this time around as well.

What's more, White has scored in only two of the past six games for her country, as she netted against North Macedonia and Germany in 2022. On the other hand, with 50 goals gone in from 107 caps for England, she remains the top attacker for her country and a serious threat to any side.

White battles with Austria and Northern Ireland in Group A, and there's a good chance she racks up a few goals. On the other hand, Norway are also ready to go in Group A, and this will be harder for White and England.

Women's Euros Winner/Golden Boot Doubles



England Women/Beth Mead (England W)

England are the 4/1 second-favourites to win the title, and the price tag is 6/1 for White to claim the Golden Boot in a sole market. Just behind a White Golden Boot triumph and an England Women's victory at Euro 2022, there is a price of 28/1 to have Beth Mead as the top scorer and England to win.

Mead is chasing down the top scorer status with England, and following on from racking up 22 goals in 39 caps already, she is well on course to give White a good run for her money if her form and her goals-to-game ratio remain.

Mead has also got back to great goalscoring form on the domestic front too, with 11 goals coming in from 22 games in the Women's Super League for Arsenal. This betters her torrid record of four in 21 games last season, but it's crucial to remember that Mead has scored 14 goals in her past 13 caps for England and is well in form for her country.

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France Women/Marie-Antoinette Katoto (France W)

Marie-Antoinette Katoto has had another sensational season for Paris Saint-Germain this campaign, and back in February, the Frenchwomen became the club's all-time top scorer with a brace in the victory over Guingamp.

As far as goalscorers go at club level, nobody comes close to the record Katoto has racked up in her young career so far. She bagged 32 goals in 33 games for PSG this season, which also came off the back of 25 in 26 in 2020/21, 24 in 25 the season prior, 30 in 29 back in 2018/19, and a fantastic 26 goals in 27 fixtures for PSG back in 2017/18.

Ever since she was 19, Katoto has been hitting the net at a goal-per-game ratio. What's more, with a record of 25 goals in 30 France caps before the age of 23, this could well be the tournament she shows the world how fantastic of a goalscorer she really is.

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Netherlands Women/Vivianne Miedema (Netherlands W)

Vivianne Miedema is coming off the back of another excellent campaign where she scored 19 goals in 30 appearances for Arsenal to add to an already well-established career as one of Europe's very best in front of goal.

At 25, Miedema is already the best goalscoring talent the Netherlands has ever seen with 94 goals coming from 111 caps. Nobody else on the European stage at this summer's tournament can boast a better record than that for her country, and in truth, it's something any footballer would be more than proud of.

The Dutch are the fourth-favourites to win the Euros, however, and after a 5-1 loss to hosts England just a week ago, there's not much hope in the Netherlands being able to upset the odds here. On the other hand, with 94 goals already, Miedema may even be eyeing up the 100-goal mark this summer with them playing against Portugal, Sweden and Switzerland in a group they should well make easy work of.

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Spain Women/Alexia Putellas (Spain W)

Alexia Putellas has been one of the main women in the rise of Barcelona and Spanish football over the past few years, and the Spain team enters this tournament as the favourites to win the entire thing. The club boast some of the most notable names in the women's game, and just as we saw in the men's side of things back in the noughties, when Spain got going, nobody could stop them.

Putellas, at just 28, is already the all-time leading appearance maker for her country with 100 caps. This comes with 27 goals too, and considering she plays as an attacking midfielder and a winger for her country sometimes, it's further proof of how good she can be in front of goal when given the chance. Putellas is also coming off the back of 17 goals in just 19 games this season for Barcelona, as she dealt with injuries for much of the campaign.

With Spain the favourites at 7/2 and the Barcelona star 12/1 to claim the Golden Boot, to have them both on the same market as the winner in their respective ways, the odds are 33/1.