German Lotto is one of the biggest lotteries in Europe, offering a first prize pool of at least €1 million (approximately 7.5 million kroner) that can increase in value between draws where there are no first prize winners, up to a maximum of €45 million (approximately 334 million kroner)!
Draws take place every Wednesday and Saturday evening, just before the accompanying games "Spiel 77" and "Super 6" are drawn. Learn more about the game, including how you can take part online from Denmark and the prizes that can be won.
German Lotto Results
View the latest winning numbers for the German Lotto here. Draws take place every Wednesday at 18:25 and every Saturday at 19:25, with the results being published online shortly after, once they have been confirmed and verified. Each result consists of the six main numbers and one final number known as the Superzahl.
|Numbers Matched||Prize Per Winner||Total Winners||Prize Fund|
|Match 6 plus Super Ball||€3,452,765||Carried Over 0||€0|
|Match 5 plus Super Ball||€16,784||52||€872,758|
|Match 4 plus Super Ball||€244||2,961||€721,596|
|Match 3 plus Super Ball||€26||55,832||€1,457,215|
|Match 2 plus Super Ball||€6||463,639||€2,781,834|
How to Play German Lotto
To play German Lotto, select six main numbers from 1 to 49. You must match all six numbers and your Superzahl to win the top prize. Your Superzahl is the last digit of your ticket number, although you can also change the ticket number by randomly generating a new one.
You can also enter additional games alongside German Lotto to give you more chances to win. In Spiel 77, a seven-digit number is randomly generated on your ticket. A winning number is then drawn on the night and the aim is to match your digits in exactly the same places. Super 6 works in a similar way except there are six digits instead of seven. You have to opt in play either game.
How to Play German Lotto from Denmark
You can play German Lotto online from Denmark. It’s really easy to take part once you have registered with an online provider that offers the game. Pick six main numbers from 1 to 49 and your Superzahl from 0 to 9. Complete as many entries as you wish, select how many consecutive draws to play and then check your selections.
After you’ve purchased your entries, there will be a digital record of your numbers so there is no chance of them getting lost like there is with a paper ticket. You will be automatically notified if you win a prize and paid out promptly as the online service is tailored towards international players.
German Lotto Prizes
There are nine different ways to win German Lotto prizes, starting from matching as few as two numbers plus the Superzahl. The value of prizes increases as you match more numbers, right up to the first prize for matching all six main numbers plus the Superzahl.
The first prize pool starts at a minimum of €1 million on a Wednesday, and €3 million on a Saturday. It gets larger for the next draw if there are no winners, and can go up to a maximum of €45 million before it must be won. The following table shows all the different ways to win and the odds for each prize level.
|Prize||Odds of winning||Percentage of Prize Fund|
|6 Numbers + Superzahl||1 in 139,838,160||15.0%|
|6 Numbers||1 in 15,537,573||15.0%|
|5 Numbers + Superzahl||1 in 542,008||5.2%|
|5 Numbers||1 in 60,223||15.5%|
|4 Numbers + Superzahl||1 in 10,324||4.3%|
|4 Numbers||1 in 1,147||10.2%|
|3 Numbers + Superzahl||1 in 567||8.7%|
|3 Numbers||1 in 63||41.1%|
|2 Numbers + Superzahl||1 in 76||€6|