For the first time, 24 sides will contest the UEFA European Championship when it takes place between 10 June and 10 July 2016.
The inaugural final tournament in France in 1960 was a four-team affair, involving four matches played over five days at two venues. For UEFA EURO 2016, France’s third finals having won on home turf in 1984, 24 sides will contest 51 games over 32 days at ten venues – in Bordeaux, Lens, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Paris, Saint-Denis, Saint-Etienne and Toulouse.
Qualified: France (hosts), Iceland, Czech Republic, Turkey, Belgium, Wales, Spain, Slovakia, Germany, Poland, England, Switzerland, Northern Ireland, Romania, Austria, Russia, Italy, Croatia, Portugal, Albania, Hungary, Republic of Ireland, Ukraine, Sweden.
Below is the Qualified Schedule for the first five days (MD 1):
Below is the Qualified Schedule for the Next Four days (MD 2):
Below is the Qualified Schedule for the Next Four days (MD 3):