Euro 2016


For the first time in its 56 year history, the European Championships opens its doors to 24 sides this summer. From June 10th to July 10th, teams including France, Germany, Italy, Belgium and England will fight it out to prevent Spain from lifting their third consecutive title and winning a record four Euros.


Hosting the tournament for the third time, France will look to replicate their 1984 win on home soil and win their first major title since lifting the trophy in 2000.

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Opening fixtures

Friday, June 10
FRA 20:00 ROM
Saturday, June 11
ALB 14:00 SWI
WAL 17:00 SLO
ENG 20:00 RUS

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When it comes to the Euros, there has often been despair for England, who have never been crowned as the best team in Europe. Beginning in 1960, the history of the Euros is certainly an interesting read with some pretty big surprises. How many times has your team won it?



Host Countries: Poland and Ukraine

Picking up where they left off from the 2010 World Cup, Spain secured a historic third consecutive major title at Euro 2012. Sweeping Italy aside with ease in the final, winning 4-0, Vincente del Bosque’s team impressed throughout and cemented their place as one of the best ever international sides in the game.

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Host Countries: Austria and Switzerland

Luis Aragonés and his side began Spain’s reign of world football by sealing their first piece of silverware in 44 years, beating Germany 1-0 in the final. Mesmerising passes and quick touches saw La Roja rise to the top, with goals from Fernando Torres and tournament topscorer David Villa helping to write Spain’s name in history.

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Host Country: Portugal

2004 proved to be a year full of surprises, with Greece being the very unlikely winners. They beat host nation Portugal to lift the trophy in Lisbon on the 4th of July, thanks to a lone goal from striker Angelos Charisteas. The 2004 title was the first and only Euro title Greece have won, and although they missed out on a golden boot to add to the ranks, with it going to Milan Baros from the Czech Republic, they did have the tournament's best player in Theodoros Zagorakis.

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Host Countries: Belgium & Holland

Fresh off their 1998 World Cup win, France were back at it, winning the Euros in style. With a world class squad, France brushed aside Italy in a 2-1 win in the final, to crown them champions of Europe. After a 93rd minute equaliser from Sylvain Wiltord forced the final into extra time, it was David Trezeguet who scored the golden goal in the first half of extra time. A fine squad in which Thierry Henry was France's top scorer with 3 goals and Zinedine Zidane was crowned the tournament's best player, it marked France's second Euros title.

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Previous Winners

Germany 3
Spain 3
France 2
Denmark 1
Greece 1
Italy 1
Netherlands 1
Czechoslovakia 1

Did you know

Four teams have won 2-0 in a EURO final – Denmark (1992), the Netherlands (1988), France (1984) and Italy (1968 replay).

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The beauty of international football is that no matter where your loyalty lies, you can add a range of different kits to your collection guilt free! At FOOTY.COM we have an impressive range of the cheapest kits from teams in the Euro 2016 finals.


Official away shirt designed by Nike.

Getting a new England kit is like a rite of passage for English footy fans, so when it comes to kit designs we all demand the very best. The latest designs from Nike are a welcomed sight, pairing innovative and modern designs with the very latest in Dri-Fit technology. Nike have used the latest sweat-wicking fabric, making kits breathable, durable and comfortable. The clean look Nike England kit is one of the best around.

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England away kit


Official away shirt designed by Nike.

Incorporating all the colours of the Tricolor, the latest France away shirt is sure to be the most stylish of Euro 2016. Built with the latest Nike AeroSwift technology, the shirt is lighter, more breathable and better fitted than ever before, helping Les Bleus to reach their very best this summer.

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France away kit


Official home shirt designed by Nike.

Nike have really outdone themselves with the latest Croatia home shirt. The Authentic home and away styles both boast Nike’s Dri-Fit technology, making those hot summer games in France a breeze. Offering expert-level comfort and designed with sweat-wicking fabric, Nike have kept the iconic styles of Croatia kits gone-by.

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Stadium: Stade Pierre-Mauroy
Capacity: 50,000

Opened in 2012, Stade Pierre-Mauroy was built to replace the existing Grand Stade Lille Metropole. Home to LOSC Lille Metropole, the stadium functions as a multi-purpose sports venue.

GER 20:00 UKR
Sunday, June 12
RUS 14:00 SLO
Wednesday, June 15
SWI 20:00 FRA
Sunday, June 19
ITA 20:00 ROI
Wednesday, June 22


Stadium: Stade Bollaert-Delelis
Capacity: 38,223

Opened in 1933, Stade Bollaert-Delelis is home to RC Lens. With a total capacity of 4,000 more seats than there are people in Lens, it has been used for various Rugby and FIFA world cups in previous decades.

ALB 14:00 SWI
Saturday, June 11
ENG 14:00 WAL
Thursday, June 16
CZE 20:00 TUR
Tuesday, June 21


Stadium: Stade de France
Capacity: 80,000

The national stadium in France, built in 1998 for the World Cup. Stade de France lies just outside of Paris and has seen the greatest players over the past years grace the pitch in major tournaments and friendlies.

FRA 20:00 ROM
Friday, June 10
ROI 17:00 SWE
Monday, June 13
GER 20:00 POL
Thursday, June 16
ICE 17:00 AUS
Wednesday, June 22


Stadium: Parc de Princes
Capacity: 48,527

Home to PSG, Parc de Princes was built in 1897, but the current version was opened in 1972. It was built to replace the Paris Velodrome in order to host a range of football and international Rugby matches.

TUR 14:00 CRO
Sunday, June 12
ROM 17:00 SWI
Wednesday, June 15
POR 20:00 AUS
Saturday, June 18
NOR 17:00 GER
Tuesday, June 21


Stadium: Grand Stade OL
Capacity: 59,286

Often known as Stade des Lumieres or Grand Stade, the Parc Olympique Lyonnais replaced the Stade de Gerland in January 2016. Home to French side Olympique Lyonnais, it is the first time the stadium will be used for international games.

BEL 20:00 ITA
Monday, June 13
UKR 17:00 NOR
Thursday, June 16
ROM 20:00 ALB
Sunday, June 19
HUN 17:00 POR
Wednesday, June 22


Stadium: Stade Geoffroy-Guichard
Capacity: 41,500

Named after the businessman who purchased the site it was built on, the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard has had its capacity increased from 35,600 seats to 42,000 for Euro 2016. Its steep stands resemble an English football ground and it has been dubbed ‘Le Chaudron’ - The Cauldron - because of its loud atmosphere.

ICE 20:00 POR
Tuesday, June 14
CZE 17:00 CRO
Friday, June 17
SLO 20:00 ENG
Monday, June 20


Stadium: Stade Matmut Atlantique
Capacity: 42,115

Designed by the same architects who built Bayern Munich’s Allianz Arena, 900 exterior stanchions gives the Stade de Bordeaux a very unique look. Opening its doors to home side Bordeaux just last year, the stadium will hold up to 42,000 fans this summer.

WAL 17:00 SLO
Saturday, June 11
AUS 17:00 HUN
Tuesday, June 14
BEL 14:00 ROI
Saturday, June 18
CRO 20:00 SPA
Tuesday, June 21


Stadium: Allianz Riviera
Capacity: 35,624

Also known as the Stade de Nice, the Allianz Riviera is another new stadium built with Euro 2016 in mind. It can hold 35,000 supporters and prides itself on using renewable energy; including solar panels, recycled rainwater and wind around the stadium for air conditioning.

POL 17:00 NOR
Sunday, June 12
SPA 20:00 TUR
Friday, June 17
BEL 20:00 SWE
Wednesday, June 22


Stadium: Stadium de Toulouse
Capacity: 35,472

Built back in 1937 for the World Cup the following year, the Stadium de Toulouse is the smallest venue of Euro 2016 with 33,000 seats. Its appearance meant it was dubbed "Le Petit Wembley" as it looked similar to England’s old iconic stadium.

SPA 14:00 CZE
Monday, June 13
ITA 14:00 SWE
Friday, June 17
RUS 20:00 WAL
Monday, June 20


Stadium: Stade Velodrome
Capacity: 67,000

Home of Olympique de Marseille, the Velodrome has the second biggest capacity at Euro 2016 with room for 67,000 fans and is the only stadium to have been used for the finals of three different European Championships.

ENG 20:00 RUS
Saturday, June 11
FRA 20:00 ALB
Wednesday, June 15
ICE 17:00 HUN
Saturday, June 18
UKR 17:00 POL
Tuesday, June 21


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