Get the latest Eurojackpot 5/50 results here, updated live every Tuesday and Friday night after Europe's 18-nation lottery draw has taken place.
|Match 5 and 2 Euro Numbers||1||€10,000,000.00|
|Match 5 and 1 Euro Number||1||€3,029,225.30|
|Match 4 and 2 Euro Numbers||18||€8,337.80|
|Match 4 and 1 Euro Number||455||€412.30|
|Match 3 and 2 Euro Numbers||846||€243.90|
|Match 2 and 2 Euro Numbers||12,493||€38.20|
|Match 3 and 1 Euro Number||22,490||€23.70|
|Match 1 and 2 Euro Numbers||66,307||€18.00|
|Match 2 and 1 Euro Number||337,657||€11.20|
Next Jackpot: €10,000,000
The five main numbers and both Euro numbers from the latest Eurojackpot draw are shown below. Check out the prize divisions further down the page to see if you've won a prize.
Take a look at the historical results for other previous Eurojackpot draws, with the most recent shown first. There's one draw per week, so you are able to check your tickets from around two months of draws here.
After each draw, the Hot Numbers for Eurojackpot are calculated with the addition of the latest set of results. Hot Numbers are also referred to as most common and most drawn numbers. The main numbers and Euro numbers are calculated and displayed separately, as they are drawn from different drums.
The final two numbers are the Euro numbers, which are drawn from a separate pool.
The numbers that have been drawn the least often, known as 'Cold Numbers' for Eurojackpot are displayed below. As with Hot Numbers, the five main numbers are shown first, followed by the two Euro numbers which are drawn from a separate pool after the main numbers have been drawn.
These number combinations can change at any time based on the numbers drawn in any given draw.
The smart pick predictions for Eurojackpot have been generated using a combination of most common and most overdue numbers, while the numbers that have been drawn most in jackpot-winning draws are also factored in.
Please note that these numbers are predicted based on previous draws and, as such they are not in any way guaranteed to be drawn, as it is not possible to accurately predict any numbers in any future lottery draw.
There are 12 different ways to win a Eurojackpot prize, with prizes starting from matching as few as two main numbers and one Euro number. The more numbers that are matched, the higher the prize payout becomes, all the way up to the Division 1 jackpot, which can roll over up to an impressive €120 million.
Take a look at the prize divisions below, including the odds of winning and the percentage of the prize pool that is allocated to each division.
|Division||Matched Numbers||Odds of Winning||Prize Pool Percentage|
|12||2 main numbers + 1 Euro number||1 in 49||20.3%|
|11||1 main number + 2 Euro numbers||1 in 188||6.75%|
|10||3 main numbers||1 in 314||5.4%|
|9||3 main numbers + 1 Euro number||1 in 706||2.85%|
|8||2 main numbers + 2 Euro numbers||1 in 985||2.55%|
|7||4 main numbers||1 in 13,811||0.8%|
|6||3 main numbers + 2 Euro numbers||1 in 14,125||1.1%|
|5||4 main numbers + 1 Euro number||1 in 31,075||1%|
|4||4 main numbers + 2 Euro numbers||1 in 621,503||0.8%|
|3||5 main numbers||1 in 3,107,515||4.85%|
|2||5 main numbers + 1 Euro number||1 in 6,991,908||8.6%|
|1||5 main numbers + 2 Euro numbers||1 in 139,838,160||36%|
Your approximate chances of winning a prize in the Eurojackpot lottery are 1 in 32. In each draw, 9% of ticket sales are added to the Eurojackpot Guarantee Fund to ensure that there are always enough funds to pay out prizes.
Eurojackpot is run simultaneously across 18 European countries, with the lottery operators in each country responsible for the management of the game in that country.
Every Tuesday and Friday night, the Eurojackpot draw takes place in Helsinki, Finland, in which five numbers from 1-50 are drawn from the first machine, followed by two Euro numbers from 1-12 out of a separate machine. Combined, these numbers make up the winning combination.
All tickets purchased across all participating countries are then checked after being submitted prior to the draw. The prize breakdown and payouts are then confirmed by each lottery operator. Some countries may take longer to do so, while some also use different currencies, so prize amounts are not the same in all countries.
Betting on the Eurojackpot from outside of the participating countries is easy to do, if your local bookmakers offer the game.
In countries such as South Africa, it's possible to bet on the Eurojackpot in the exact same way that you would purchase a ticket; by selecting five main numbers and two Euro numbers.