Germany are [4.4] to follow up their World Cup win with the Euro 2016 crown.
Jogi Low's men edged out Argentina by a lone Mario Gotze goal in extra time to lift their fourth World Cup.
In a closely-fought match, Argentina were unable to capitalise on the better opportunities while Germany dominated possession but struggled to create clear chances. The 0-0 draw in 90 minutes was backed at [9.6].
From a 4-0 destruction of 10-man Portugal in the first game onwards, Germany were arguably the most impressive team at the World Cup. Europe's poor record in tournaments staged in the Americas - four World Cups, no trophies - was a widely repeated fact before the tournament, but that can now be consigned to the history books.
Germany, who scored a record-equalling 18 goals at Brazil 2014, were backed at a high of [10.5] to win the tournament.
Miroslav Klose apart, Germany will largely have the World Cup winning team to choose from in their bid to win Euro 2016 and at [4.4] to back, Low's team are clear of the chasing pack. France, the tournament hosts, are [7.0] with Spain the only other team to trade in single figures [7.6]. World Cup quarter-finalists Belgium are [11.5], the same price as the Netherlands followed by Italy [14.5] and England [15.5].