The most recent SuperEnalotto result is shown above, and consists of six main numbers, followed by the Jolly number and the Super Star. In order to win the jackpot, you need to match all six main numbers.

Results History

Historical results for the last seven SuperEnalotto draws are shown below. If you have bet on SuperEnalotto internationally, you can win the same prizes from your bet that you would if you had bought a ticket for the game in Italy.

Thursday's
SuperEnalotto
Jackpot
€98,300,000

Saturday 16 October 2021

  • 32
  • 41
  • 50
  • 57
  • 67
  • 89
  • 13
  • 90
Jackpot:
€95,974,665.57

Thursday 14 October 2021

  • 8
  • 14
  • 25
  • 59
  • 60
  • 88
  • 27
  • 31
Jackpot:
€94,752,174.33

Tuesday 12 October 2021

  • 46
  • 53
  • 55
  • 60
  • 64
  • 90
  • 77
  • 72
Jackpot:
€93,697,487.16

Saturday 9 October 2021

  • 7
  • 9
  • 70
  • 72
  • 77
  • 86
  • 53
  • 20
Jackpot:
€92,565,355.18

Thursday 7 October 2021

  • 15
  • 18
  • 22
  • 26
  • 66
  • 77
  • 67
  • 78
Jackpot:
€91,347,733.85

Tuesday 5 October 2021

  • 21
  • 40
  • 62
  • 66
  • 73
  • 85
  • 58
  • 67
Jackpot:
€90,320,968.19

Predictions for SuperEnalotto

By analysing the winning numbers from all previous SuperEnalotto draws and cross referencing them with other draws where the jackpot has been won, the following predictions have been generated for the next draw:

  • 75
  • 77
  • 80
  • 85
  • 87
  • 88

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.

How to Win the SuperEnalotto

Regardless of how you play SuperEnalotto; whether it’s online or instore in Italy, or betting internationally, the way you play and win the jackpot are very similar. There are a few minor differences, such as system entries for Italian residents, however these do not affect your overall odds of winning a prize based on a single bet.

To win the Italian SuperEnalotto jackpot, you need to match all six of the main numbers on the same line. Your odds of doing so stand at a colossal 1 in 622.614.630, however your overall odds of winning any prize in the main game are around 1 in 20.

There are six prize divisions in total (excluding Super Star prizes, which are not available when betting from South Africa), with prizes starting from matching just two main numbers:

SuperEnalotto Prize Divisions
Division Matched Numbers Odds of Winning Average Prize Amount*
6 2 main numbers 1 in 22 €5
5 3 main numbers 1 in 327 €27
4 4 main numbers 1 in 11,907 €335
3 5 main numbers 1 in 1,250,230 €66,298
2 5 main numbers + Jolly 1 in 103,769,105 -
1 6 main numbers 1 in 622,614,630 €93,124,220

*Prize amounts are based on the average payout amount for all draws since February 2016. You are not guaranteed to win these prize amounts when you play or bet, as they are calculated after each draw based on ticket sales and the number of winners in each division.

How SuperEnalotto Works

Unlike the big games such as EuroMillions, Mega Millions and Powerball, SuperEnalotto manages to offer some truly eye watering jackpots without the combined players that multiple participating countries can offer. The way jackpots can climb so big in SuperEnalotto is due to the odds of winning.

Due to the game matrix being 6/90, the chances of any player winning the jackpot in a specific draw are longer than the odds of the U.S. Powerball, Mega Millions and EuroMillions. As such, there are frequent rollovers that allow the jackpot to gradually increase – usually by around €500,000 between draws – and there is no limit to how high it can climb.

There are, however, plenty of smaller prizes that offer significant sums of money, meaning that you don’t need to match all six main numbers to scoop a windfall that could change your life.

Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday night, the draw takes place in a live studio in Italy, in which the main numbers are drawn, followed by the Jolly number and Super Star number.

Residents in Italy also get entry into the Instant Win style game, which automatically pays out a €25 prize when players buy their tickets. It isn't possible to choose numbers for the Instant Win game, as winning tickets are randomly selected at the point of sale. This game is not available for those betting online internationally.

Betting on SuperEnalotto

If you haven’t placed a bet on SuperEnalotto internationally before, it just takes a couple of minutes to set up your account and then you’re good to go.

Thanks to websites such as LotteryWorld, it’s now possible for players in South Africa to place a bet on SuperEnalotto in the same way you would if you were purchasing a ticket in Italy. You can only enter the main game (SuperStar prizes are not included).

Bet on SuperEnalotto

To start, follow the link above. You will then be taken to LotteryWorld’s regulated and trusted website to place your bets on the game. You’ll need to select six numbers from 1-90, or opt for a Quick Pick to have them generated for you.

You then have the choice to enter a single draw, multiple draws, or set up an ongoing subscription. Subscriptions are ideal for players that like to play the same numbers in each draw and not to have to worry about whether or not the tickets have been bought – they automatically renew until cancelled.

Once you are happy with your number selections, head to the checkout to confirm your bets. At this point you will be prompted to add your payment details, if you have not done so already, however this is safe and secure and you’ll be ready in just a couple of minutes.

Prizes are also paid out in the same way that they would be if you had a physical lottery ticket; the prize amounts are matched with the main game, and non-jackpot winnings are not shared.

If you’re lucky enough to win a prize, your winnings will be paid into your online account shortly after the draw. You can then withdraw them or use them for future purchases.

Rescheduled Draws

Occasionally due to National holidays in Italy, some SuperEnalotto draws can get cancelled or rescheduled to different dates.

This typically means an extra draw will take place in the near future. For example if a Saturday draw is rescheduled, it may be drawn on the following Monday or Wednesday alongside the other draws for that week.

If you have purchased a bet for a draw that gets rescheduled, you will automatically be entered into the rescheduled draw.

Rescheduled draws are not too common, there are typically only a handful in each year.