EURO 2016 SCHEDULE PDF

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TOURNAMENT FIXTURES. UEFA EURO ". GROUP B. GROUP C. GROUP D. GROUP F. GROUP A. FRA Saint-Denis. OROM. . * WAL. 11 June. Bordeaux. UEFA EURO ™ GROUPS & SCHEDULE For the first time, UEFA EURO TM will be contested by 24 teams including England, Wales, Northern. While the UEFA Champions League and the respective domestic leagues have impressed and enthralled us this season, our attention will soon shift to the biggest International football tournament – only behind the FIFA World Cup – in the UEFA Euro. Find the complete Euro


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Elsewhere France have been dealt a huge blow as star striker Karim Benzema is ruled out for the tournament for involving himself in a blackmailing incident involving him compatriot Mathieu Valbuena.

Elsewhere England, Wales, Netherlands and Belgium will be hoping they make the similar impact they've displayed in the group stages. Our site uses cookies to deliver a better experience. Please click accept to agree with the use of all cookies. You can change the cookie settings here.

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Edit Favorites. Jones vs. Stephen Thompson vs. Holloway vs. Thompson vs. A tough group only exacerbates their problems. Romania On first glance, a side that conceded only two goals in qualifying should be given some respect. But when your group was topped by Northern Ireland and also contained Hungary, Finland, the Faroes and rock- bottom Greece, it carries less weight.

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France and Switzerland should see them heading home at the first hurdle. Northern Ireland Where we going? But, as above, it was a weak pool to begin with and they've got the opposite situation in France, having been thrown in with Germany, Poland and Ukraine. This also looks like a nice smaller-country story ending in inevitable fashion.

Republic of Ireland Keane for more: Ireland's management duo have guided them back to a major tournament Having squeaked through a playoff, Ireland's reward was a rock-hard group containing Belgium, Italy and Sweden. Their backline was better than Germany's in qualifying but this will be an entirely different test and, most probably, beyond them.

Slovakia Yes we 'can: Tomas Hubocan is a Slovakia regular There are a raft of teams in the middle-class of the Euro squads that have one great individual and not so much else.

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Slovakia are the first of these, boasting Napoli midfielder Marek Hamsik but not a lot to make things happen around him. In a group with the unpredictable trio of England, Wales and Russia, they have a chance of progression but on face value it's hard to rank them too high.

Turkey Running of the Bul: Umut Bulut will hope to start for Turkey Turkey have a good side with good players, but they have to go here simply because they finished well below the Czech Republic in qualifying and are in the same group as them in France.

The other two teams in that group are Spain and the criminally underrated Croatia, so it's a tough time to be Turkey even if the strength of their squad would have them down as sneaky dark horses in most other groups. Ukraine Rak it off: Yaroslav Rakitskiy shepherds Isco away from danger Having made just two of eleven major tournaments since gaining independence from the Soviet Union, Ukraine's national team has little prestige in international competitions.

While Germany can expect to win Group C, the Ukrainians will fight with Poland for second place, but they don't have a player of Robert Lewandowski's quality to count on. Russia Swede disposition: Smolnikov in action for Russia during qualifiers An easy group sees Russia higher up the rankings than perhaps their boring play and average squad merits. While it's difficult to truly gauge how good some of their players are when they all play in the Russian league barring Alexander Kerzhakov the hiring of Leonid Slutsky as coach is a positive step.

Will they have one eye on though? Iceland Sig-nature strike: Gylfi Sigurdsson is Iceland's biggest danger A tiny nation at their first tournament, the easiest thing to do would be to write off Iceland. But after only narrowly missing out on a trip to Brazil in a playoff, they went one better in qualifying automatically for the Euros to prove it wasn't just a purple patch.

Not to be underestimated. Czech Republic Czech us out: Holland fell victim to Pavel Vrba's side The Czechs may not have some of the household names that they had 20 years ago when they reached the final at Euro 96, but they topped a qualification group featuring Turkey, Iceland and the Netherlands.

That deserves respect, but they've been flung into a very difficult situation in France this summer, with Spain, Turkey and Croatia alongside them in Group D.

Wales Elite pair: Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey of Wales If Gareth Bale plays his best, and he seems to have done that for Wales a fair bit, then it's not out of the question for the Dragons to win this group. England, Russia and Slovakia wasn't exactly a nightmare draw for Chris Coleman and there are some nice pieces around him, like Aaron Ramsey and the underrated Ashley Williams.

Win that group and the draw becomes quite favourable. Sweden Zlat's that: Ibrahimovic eliminates Denmark and seals qualification There are others, of course, but you won't be able to talk about Sweden this summer without mentioning the veteran superstar, heading into what will likely be his final chance on the international stage.

Belgium and Italy will prove tough adversaries in Group E but, y'know Now he has four more years of experience and elite goalscoring behind him there's pressure and expectation.

But they also have a strong spine with Kamil Glik and Grzegorz Krychowiak and some interesting pieces like Arkadiusz Milik.

Switzerland The Breel deal: Breel Embolo is highly-rated One of the fancied dark horses in Brazil, they were only eliminated in extra time by finalists Argentina and have a kind enough draw to go deep here.

Their squad is talented but lacks quality up front, although the scouting corps that follows Breel Embolo suggests he could break out sooner rather than later.

Let's hope he's not just another Johan Vonlanthen. Austria Wir in it to win it: Austria celebrate qualification This has the look of a team who could be a neutral's favourite and outside shot at glory. David Alaba is the undoubted star but there's predominantly Bundesliga-based talent throughout and it lead them to a record of P10 W9 D1 L0 in qualifying. An even-looking group could see them gather some momentum.

Portugal Any Port in a storm: Joao Moutinho celebrates the vital goal in Serbia An ageing defence has been solid in recent fixtures and there are several players who provide an X factor, which should make them quarter-finalists at least. But the draw beyond the groups is unpleasant for them and they've not really impressed in recent tournaments - least of all in Brazil where they went out at the group stage.

England Future superstar: Harry Kane could be England's saviour A quarter-final exit most probably looms but some breakthrough talent has given England hope. Harry Kane has proven not to be a one-season wonder and should start, while clubmate Dele Alli has surely played himself into the squad and possibly the first XI.

Oh, and here's the youngsters backing them up: Alen Halilovic, Marcelo Brozovic. Only Spain and France can compete with that in the centre of the park and Croatia shouldn't be underestimated even in a tough group. Belgium Talent: Belgium boast one of the strongest squads at Euro On the quality of their playing resources alone, Belgium might have snuck ahead of group rivals Italy into fourth.

But that would require us forgetting the abject showing of coach Marc Wilmots in Brazil, who managed to turn one of the most talented groups of players into a dull, uninspiring side. Has he got anything new to offer?

Italy Forza: Italy are always likely contenders On one hand, the Italians have only beaten one half-decent opponent since a group-stage exit at World Cup - the Netherlands - and they didn't even qualify for this competition.

On the other, an unbeaten qualification campaign, a talented manager and a typically strong squad means the Azzurri should still qualify from a difficult group.

Northern Ireland vs Germany Croatia vs Spain 2: Wednesday, June 22 Hungary vs Portugal Italy vs Republic of Ireland 2: Saturday, June 25 8: Round of 16 — 2A vs 2C Round of 16 — 1B vs 3ACD 2: Sunday, June 26 8: Round of 16 — 1A vs 3CDE Round of 16 — 1C vs 3ABF 2: Round of 16 — 1F vs 2E. Monday, June 27 Round of 16 — 1E vs 2D 2: Round of 16 — 2B vs 2F.

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Thursday, June 30 2: Quarterfinals — W37 vs W Friday, July 1 2: Quarterfinals — W38 vs W Saturday, July 2 2: Quarterfinals — W41 vs W Sunday, July 3 2: Quarterfinals — W40 vs WET Wales vs. Turkey — Nice 9 p. Their squad is talented but lacks quality up front, although the scouting corps that follows Breel Embolo suggests he could break out sooner rather than later.

Sweden — Toulouse 3 p. Groups, Fixtures and Schedules 9. Sunday, June 12 8: Saturday, June 11 8: