M2
Stade Bollaert-Delelis - 11 June 09:00 EST
M4
Stade Velodrome, - 15 June 15:00 EST
M5
Stade de Lyon - 19 June 15:00 EST
JUN
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
25
26
27
30
JUL
01
02
03
06
07
10
M37
25 June 09:00
  • sui
    1
  • pol
    1
M38
25 June 15:00
  • cro
    0
  • por
    1
M39
25 June 12:00
  • wal
    1
  • nir
    0
M40
26 June 15:00
  • hun
    0
  • bel
    4
M45
30 June 15:00
  • pol
    1
  • por
    1
M46
01 July 15:00
  • wal
    3
  • bel
    1
M51
10-Jul 15:00
  • 1
    por
    0
    fra
M49
06 July 15:00
  • por
    2
  • wal
    0
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M50
07 July 15:00
  • ger
    0
  • fra
    2
M47
02 July 15:00
  • ger
    1
  • ita
    1
M48
03 July 15:00
  • fra
    5
  • isl
    2
M41
26 June 12:00
  • ger
    3
  • svk
    0
M42
27 June 12:00
  • ita
    2
  • esp
    0
M43
26 June 09:00
  • fra
    2
  • irl
    1
M44
27 June 15:00
  • eng
    1
  • isl
    2
All kick off times are displayed in est

previous European Championship winners

  • France 1960 - Winner: Soviet Union defeats Yugoslavia by score of 2–1 at Parc des Princes
  • Spain 1964 - Winner: Spain defeats Soviet Union by score of 2–1 at Santiago Bernabéu Stadium
  • Italy 1968 - Winner: Italy defeats Yugoslavia by score of 2–0  at Stadio Olimpico
  • Belgium 1972 - Winner: West Germany defeats Soviet Union by score of 3–0 at Heysel Stadium
  • Yugoslavia 1976 - Winner: Czechoslovakia defeats West Germany by score of 2–2 at Stadion FK Crvena Zvezda
  • Italy 1980 - Winner: West Germany defeats Belgium by score of 2–1 at Stadio Olimpico
  • France 1984 - Winner: France defeats Spain by score of 2–0 at Parc des Princes
  • West Germany 1988 - Winner: Netherlands defeats Soviet Union by score of 2–0 at Olympiastadion
  • Sweden 1992 - Winner: Denmark defeats Germany by score of 2–0 at Ullevi
  • England 1996 - Winner: Germany defeats Czech Republic by score of 2–1 at Wembley Stadium
  • Netherlands 2000 - Winner: France defeats Italy by score of 2–1 at Feijenoord Stadion
  • Portugal 2004 - Winner: Greece defeats Portugal by score of 1-0 at Estádio da Luz
  • Austria 2008 - Winner: Spain defeats Germany by score of 1-0 at Ernst-Happel-Stadion
  • Ukraine 2012 - Winner: Spain defeats Italy by score of 4-0 at Olimpiyskiy National Sports Complex

European Championships 2016 - worldwide tv broadcasters

  • Albania : Straightforward in Sport
  • Armenia : AMPTV
  • Austria : ORF
  • Azerbaijan : İTV
  • Belgium : VRT,RTBF
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina : BHRT
  • Bulgaria : BNT
  • Croatia : HRT
  • Cyprus : CyBC
  • Czech Republic : ČT
  • Denmark : DR,TV 2
  • Estonia : ERR
  • France : TF1 ,M6 and beIN Sport
  • Finland : Yle
  • Georgia : GPB
  • Germany : ARD,ZDF
  • Hungary : MTV
  • Iceland : SkjárEinn
  • Ireland : RTE
  • Israel : Charlton
  • Kazakhstan : Saran Media
  • Latvia : LTV
  • Lithuania : LRT
  • Macedonia : MKRTV
  • Malta : PBS
  • Moldova : TRM
  • Montenegro : RTCG
  • Netherlands : NOS
  • Norway : NRK, TV 2
  • Poland : Polsat
  • Portugal : RTP
  • Romania : Dolce
  • Serbia : RTS
  • Slovakia : RTVS
  • Slovenia : RTCG
  • Sweden : SVT,TV4
  • Switzerland : SRG SSR
  • Turkey : Show TV
  • Ukraine : Ukrayina,Football
  • United Kingdom : Yet to be announced
  • Brazil : Rede Globo
  • Brunei : Astro
  • Canada : TSN,RDS
  • Cambodia : GMM Grammy
  • Caribbean : ESPN
  • China : CCTV
  • Hong Kong : beIN Sports
  • Indonesia : RCTI,Global TV and Indovision
  • India and Sub-Continent : Sony Six
  • Japan : MP & Silva
  • Kosovo : RTK,SuperSport
  • Kyrgyzstan : Saran Media
  • Laos : GMM Grammy
  • Latin America : Televideo Services
  • Malaysia : Astro
  • Mexico : OTI
  • Middle East and North Africa : beIN Sports
  • South Africa : SuperSport
  • South Korea : B Media Net Inc.
  • Sub-Saharan Africa : SuperSport
  • Tajikistan : B Media Net Inc.
  • Thailand : SuperSport
  • Turkmenistan : Saran Media
  • United States : ESPN
  • Venezuela : Meridiano Televisión

Euro 2016 Interactive Schedule, Bracket and Results Calendar

The 2016 UEFA European Championships will return this year to France, the location of its inaugural tournament 56 years ago. After winning a bidding war against Italy and Turkey, France was awarded the right to host Euro 2016, where teams will play in 10 stadiums in 10 of France's most beautiful and vibrant cities: Paris, Bordeaux, Lens, Nice, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Saint-Denis, Saint-Étienne, and Toulouse. The host country has won this tournament twice before, in 1984 and in 2000, and they are the first country to host three times.

This year, the quadrennial will see an additional eight teams added to the tournament, with a total of 24 squads competing for the championship. It has been a 16-team format since 1996, so in this new format, the teams will compete in group stages containing six groups of four teams, followed by a knockout stage which will comprise of three rounds and the final.

The tournament, which will take place from June 10-July 10, 2016, is expected to draw over 2.5 million fans, including 1.5 million foreign visitors. The matches will be broadcast live in more than 230 territories around the world, and over 150 million viewers will be watching the game broadcasts.

The champions of Euro 2016 will immediately qualify for the 2017 Confederations hosted in Russia. If Russia or Germany win, it will be the runner-up that will qualify for the 2017 Confederations Cup.

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