The numbers drawn on Friday were 7, 18, 19, 32 and 48, with Lucky Stars 3 and 7. While there was no jackpot winner, seven ticket holders matched five main numbers plus one Lucky Star to land £195,868 (€320,207) each. There were also 20 participants, including five from the UK, who matched five main numbers to win £15,966 (€26,103) each.
Take a look at the EuroMillions Results page to see a full breakdown of all the other prizes won, which ranged between £2.70 (€4.50) for matching two main numbers and £1,259 (€2,059) for matching four main numbers plus two Lucky Stars. You can also find the results from all the supplementary draws held in the nine participating countries, including the UK Millionaire Maker.
EuroMillions fans can now start to look forward to the next draw on Tuesday, when there will be a chance to win an astonishing €190 million. This is only the third time in the game’s history that the jackpot has reached this cap. It last happened in October 2014, when a Portuguese player walked off with the full amount. Go to the Jackpot Cap page to read about how the top prize works from this point on.
If a UK ticket holder bags Tuesday’s jackpot, they will also become the country’s largest ever lottery winner, as the £167 million on offer would eclipse the £161.6 million claimed by Chris and Colin Weir in July 2011.
You can give yourself a chance of winning Tuesday’s phenomenal jackpot by visiting an authorised retailer in one of the participating countries, or by choosing numbers online. Good luck!