EuroMillions Superdraw – When is the Next Draw?
EuroMillions Superdraw is one of the most exciting lottery draws in Europe. It only takes place a few times a year too, making it even more thrilling.
The EuroMillions Superdraw is always guaranteed to have a huge jackpot and can roll over until it reaches the jackpot cap of €250m.
When is the next EuroMillions Superdraw?
Date of the next EuroMillions Superdraw:
The date for the next 2020 Superdraw has not yet been confirmed. Please check back regularly and follow us on social media to be notified when the next one is announced.
Announced Jackpot: coming soon
How often is the EuroMillions Superdraw?
There is no fixed date for the EuroMillions Superdraw but they generally happen two to three times per year. Keep your eyes on Lottery24 to keep up to date and know when the next Euromillions Superdraw will take place.
History of the EuroMillions Superdraw
The first Superdraw took place on 6 March 2009, and the last was held on 3rd July 2020. This means that a total of 24 EuroMillions Superdraws have taken place so far. On 6 March 2009 the starting top prize was worth €100m (about £90m at the time). Superdraws rollover as normal if they aren’t won on the night and have also contributed to some of the largest EuroMillions jackpots.
On 7 June 2013, the EuroMillions Superdraw jackpot rolled over five times until it was finally won. One ticket holder in Portugal and another in Ireland split the £159.5 million grand prize.
The following year the Superdraw helped the jackpot rollover until its cap at €190m (£149.7m at the time). It was finally won by a single Portuguese player, with that feat repeated once again in 2017 when a Spanish ticket holder won the maximum €190m prize.
Find out more about the EuroMillions Jackpot Cap and how it can lead to a rolldown.
Previous EuroMillions Superdraws
See all the previous EuroMillions Draws below with details of who won the draw.
|Date of Superdraw||Jackpot Won in the Draw||More details|
|July 3 2020||No||A syndicate of 15 friends won the €144m jackpot in the next draw in Valladolid, Spain.|
|February 7 2020||Yes||A single ticket sold in Madrid, Spain won the €130m jackpot prize.|
|June 7 2019||No||A UK ticket-holder won £123m in the next draw.|
|February 1 2019||No||The draw rolled over five times before the €175m jackpot was won by an Irish family syndicate.|
|September 21 2018||No||The Superdraw started with a £115m jackpot before rolling over three times. The £144m was eventually won in Switzerland.|
|April 20 2018||No||A £121m jackpot was won in the very next draw by a UK ticket holder.|
|September 17 2017||No||The jackpot rolled over to the maximum €190m and was then won in Spain.|
|June 30 2017||Yes||A UK ticket holder took home the £87m Superdraw jackpot.|
|September 30 2016||No||The jackpot rolled over before a player in Belgium won €168m on October 11.|
|November 6 2015||No||A Portuguese player won €163m a few weeks later in the November 20 draw.|
|June 5 2015||No||A £93m jackpot eventually went to a UK ticket holder.|
|March 6 2015||Yes||A Portuguese ticket holder took down the €100m Superdraw jackpot.|
|October 3 2014||No||EuroMillions rolled over 6 times to reach the jackpot cap. The €190m jackpot was then won in Portugal.|
|March 7 2014||No||The jackpot rolled over twice before the £107m jackpot was won by Neil Trotter in the UK.|
|November 15 2013||Yes||An anonymous player in Spain claimed the jackpot.|
|June 7 2013||No||The jackpot rolled over five time before the €187m jackpot was shared by two tickets in Belgium and Ireland.|
|March 22 2013||No||The jackpot reached €132m before being won by a French player on March 29.|
|September 28 2012||Yes||A Spanish player claimed the jackpot anonymously.|
|October 4 2011||No||Dave and Angela Dawes won £101m in the very next draw.|
|May 10 2011||No||A Spanish player won €121m in the next draw on May 13.|
|October 1 2010||No||In the next draw, a £113m jackpot was claimed by a UK ticket holder.|
|February 5 2010||No||£112m was won in the next draw and shared between two tickets in Spain and UK.|
|September 18 2009||Yes||A Fench player claimed the ticket anonymously.|
|March 6 2009||Yes||The jackpot was split between two tickets. One in Austria and the other in France.|
|February 9 2007||Yes||A Belgian player won the €100m jackpot.|