Eurojackpot is a lottery drawn every Tuesday and Friday that offers jackpots of up to €120 million. Played in 18 European countries, the game offers a total of 12 prize tiers and a guaranteed jackpot of at least €10 million in each draw. Draws take place at 20:00 CET and are held in Helsinki, Finland.
As well as Italy, Eurojackpot is available to play in Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.
5 from 50 and 2 from 12
6 from 90
|Highest Ever Jackpot|
1 in 32
|Overall Odds of Winning a Prize|
1 in 16*
1 in 139,838,160
|Odds of Winning the Jackpot|
1 in 622,614,630
Tuesday and Friday
21:00 EET (20:00 CET)
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
* When playing the SuperStar option
Eurojackpot can be played online or through an authorised retailer. Follow these simple steps on how to play:
Each entry into the draw consists of five main numbers from 1 to 50, and two Euro numbers from 1 to 12. Euro numbers are drawn from a separate ball machine, so it’s possible to have the same number as both a main number and Euro number.
Tickets cost €2 per entry and sales close at 19:00 CET on Tuesday and Friday.
Draws take place at 20:00 CET in Helsinki, Finland.
Match all five main numbers and both Euro numbers to win the jackpot. Prizes start from matching as few as three numbers.
If there are no jackpot winners in a draw, the jackpot amount is carried over to the next draw. The jackpot is limited to a maximum amount of €120 million. It remains at this level until it is won, with any excess funds that would have supplemented the jackpot being diverted into the next highest winning prize tier, most likely the Match 5 + 1 tier.
View the latest Eurojackpot results for Tuesday 24th May 2022 .
The following table lists the prizes available and the odds of winning each prize:
|Match||Odds of Winning||Lowest Ever Prize Amount ||Highest Ever Prize Amount ||Average Prize Amount Per Draw ||Percentage of Prize Fund |
|Match 5 + 2 Euro Numbers||1 in 139,838,160||€5,075,565.70||€110,213,537.30||€35,578,040.24||36.0%|
|Match 5 + 1 Euro Number||1 in 6,991,908||€96,645.80||€7,643,519.60||€960,275.76||8.6%|
|Match 5||1 in 3,107,515||€15,233.30||€664,091.40||€141,741.43||4.9%|
|Match 4 + 2 Euro Numbers||1 in 621,503||€1,333.20||€12,739.40||€4,728.86||0.8%|
|Match 4 + 1 Euro Number||1 in 31,075||€106.00||€480.60||€252.86||1.0%|
|Match 3 + 2 Euro Numbers||1 in 14,125||€24.90||€337.90||€66.47||1.1%|
|Match 4||1 in 13,811||€47.40||€164.20||€110.93||0.8%|
|Match 2 + 2 Euro Numbers||1 in 985||€12.70||€52.70||€22.26||2.6%|
|Match 3 + 1 Euro Number||1 in 706||€11.60||€28.40||€18.32||2.9%|
|Match 3||1 in 314||€10.40||€22.40||€15.21||5.4%|
|Match 1 + 2 Euro Numbers||1 in 188||€6.60||€22.40||€10.54||6.8%|
|Match 2 + 1 Euro Number||1 in 49||€6.20||€13.30||€8.12||20.3%|
|Overall odds of winning a prize: 1 in 32|
 Lowest, highest and average prize amounts are calculated using results drawn between 10/10/2014 and 24/05/2022.
 The remaining 9% of the Eurojackpot prize fund goes into a Booster Fund, which is a reserve fund to guarantee the minimum jackpot of €10 million. If the Booster Fund exceeds €20 million, any extra money is diverted into the jackpot for the next draw.
If you have won a Eurojackpot prize, you have 90 days from the date of the draw to claim your prize.
These are the important events in Eurojackpot’s history that have helped shape the game into the lottery we know today.
- March 2005
The Origins Of Eurojackpot
Following the success of EuroMillions, several countries begin developing a second continental lottery game. Six years on, and an agreement is reached between the nations, with the paperwork being signed in Helsinki, Finland.
- 23rd March 2012
The First Eurojackpot Draw
On 23rd March 2012, the first Eurojackpot draw is held in Helsinki, with tickets being sold in Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Slovenia. The game features a rollover limit of 12 and players choose five main numbers from 1 to 50 and two Euro numbers from 1 to 8.
- 11th May 2012
The First Jackpot Winner
A German player claims €19.5 million in the draw on the 11th May 2012 to become the game’s first jackpot winner.
- 30th June 2012
Spain joins Eurojackpot
Spain becomes the eighth country to join Eurojackpot.
- 1st February 2013
More Countries Join And The Jackpot Cap Is Introduced
The number of participating countries increases to 14 as Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Croatia and Lithuania join the game. Further changes see the rollover limit of 12 removed in favour of a €90 million jackpot cap.
- 10th October 2014
More Euro Numbers And Participating Countries
The number of Euro numbers increases from 8 to 10. There is also a rise in the number of participating countries as Czech Republic and Hungary join Eurojackpot.
- 8th May 2015
Eurojackpot Cap Reached
The jackpot reaches its €90 million cap for the first time on the 8th May 2015, before being won in the following draw by a player from Czech Republic.
- 9th October 2015
Slovakia Joins Eurojackpot
Slovakia becomes the 17th country to join Eurojackpot.
- 14th October 2016
Eurojackpot Cap Reached Again
The €90 million jackpot cap is reached for the second time on the 14th October, as a player from the Black Forest area of Baden-Wurttemberg wins the jackpot.
- 6th January 2017
Eurojackpot Cap Reached Once More
The jackpot reaches its €90 million cap for the third time on the 6th January, before being shared between five players; three from Germany, one from Denmark and another from the Netherlands. This is the first jackpot to be won by multiple ticket holders in the lottery’s history.
- 9th September 2017
Poland Joins Eurojackpot
Poland becomes the 18th country to join Eurojackpot.
- 25th March 2022
Major Eurojackpot Changes
The game introduces new rules to celebrate its 10-year anniversary and create even more excitement. A new Tuesday draw gives players the chance to play twice a week, while changes are also made to help generate bigger jackpots. The maximum prize goes up from €90 million to €120 million. Two more Euro numbers are added, making it 12 numbers to pick from instead of the previous 12.