EuroMillions Lottery Results
Find the latest EuroMillions UK results online. As soon as the EuroMillions draw has taken place on Tuesday or Friday we aim to publish the latest EuroMillions Lottery Results online.The EuroMillions draw takes place at 21:45 in Paris (20:45 GMT) and EuroMillions lottery results are available by 23:30 GMT. On larger draws, it can take longer to analyze all the lottery numbers, so lottery results data will not become available until the next day.
How to play EuroMillions
- EuroMillions is easy to play, just select 5 numbers from 1 to 50 and 2 Lucky Star numbers from 1 to 12.- If you match the 5 main numbers and the two Lucky Star numbers, then you are a EuroMillions jackpot winner.- The jackpot can roll over until it reaches a cap of €190 million.- The EuroMillions draw takes place every Tuesday and Friday evening at 21:45 CET (20:45 GMT). Tickets can be bought up until 20:30 CET (19:30 GMT).- Each EuroMillions ticket includes the UK Millionaire Maker which guarantees one player wins £1 million with every draw. You simply have to match the Millionaire Maker code that is generated for you with the ticket. It is possible to win the EuroMillions and the UK Millionaire Maker on one ticket.
EuroMillions Superdraws are special events that only take place a few times a year. For a Superdraw, the jackpot is often boosted to huge amounts that aren't regularly seen.The next Superdraw is scheduled for 7 June 2019 with a €130 million jackpot. Find out more information about the EuroMillions Superdraw
Past EuroMillions Lottery Results
If you want to check past EuroMillions UK results you can try our EuroMillions results checker. It compares your entered EuroMillions numbers against previous draws and filters it for previous prizes. The EuroMillions results checker
will show you the total number of prizes as well as the total and individual prizes that those numbers would have won. Alternatively you could also look into our EuroMillions draw results statistics
to find out which numbers come up more often than others.
History of EuroMillions
The idea for EuroMillions began in 1994 to celebrate the launch of the single currency in Europe. Bureaucracy and politics delayed the launch of the EuroMillions until February 13, 2004.To begin with, there were three European organisers – Camelot from the UK, Francaise des Jeux in France and Loterias y Apuestas des Estad in Spain. On October 8, the same year, other European countries including Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland joined the EuroMillions lottery.Initially, the jackpot had no cap but in 2009 a €190 million cap was placed on the jackpot. Due to the EuroMillions enormous popularity, the Tuesday draw was introduced in 2011, although the Friday draw is still the most played.
EuroMillions Lottery Results and Winners
The largest EuroMillions jackpot win was won by a British couple, Adrian and Gillian Bayford
on 10th August 2012 – they won a massive €190 million.Sadly, for the Bayfords, their enormous win did not make them happy. Initially Adrian carried on working in the music store he had owned for years and Gillian said she would continue to shop for bargains. They celebrated their win by taking their two small children on a caravan holiday. Adrian finally had to give up his beloved music store because he was tired of people coming in and asking for handouts.Adrian then employed a very attractive female Polish bodyguard
and apparently fell in love with her but she rejected him. Adrian and Gillian have now parted, with Gillian living in Scotland with their two children and a car salesman while Adrian began to live with a stable girl, 16 years younger than him. That relationship eventually came to an end as well. Adrian said, “When you win the lottery, it’s so stressful.” Adrian said he spent so much time doing up the grounds of their £6 million mansion
that he barely saw his wife and they just grew apart.In July 2011 Chris and Colin Weir
, again from the UK, won €185 million and because of a favourable exchange rate, they actually won more in sterling than the Bayfords.