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Euro 2016 team previews

Euro 2016 is arguably the most prestigious and competitive international soccer tournament in the world — even better than the World Cup. The tournament brings together the best teams in Europe featuring World Cup winners Germany, Spain (winners of the World Cup in 2010 and Euro 2012) as well as perennial giants Italy and France plus dark horse Belgium. With such a great tournament to look forward to, we’ve compiled Euro 2016 team previews, schedules and other helpful resources.

All 24 national teams in Euro 2016 are ranked among the top 45 teams in the FIFA World Rankings.

The last three FIFA World Cup champions – Italy (2006), Spain (2010) and Germany (2014) – join other 21 Union of European Football Associations’ (UEFA) national teams to vie to become the footballing champions of Europe. Two-time defending champion Spain seeks to be the first country to win four European titles, after becoming the first to repeat in 2008 and 2012.

Euro 2016 team previews

Euro 2016 team previews

• Albania team preview
• Austria team preview
• Belgium team preview
• Croatia team preview
• Czech Republic team preview
• England team preview
• France team preview
• Germany team preview
• Hungary team preview
• Iceland team preview
• Italy team preview
• Northern Ireland team preview
• Poland team preview
• Portugal team preview
• Republic of Ireland team preview
• Romania team preview
• Russia team preview
• Slovakia team preview
• Spain team preview
• Sweden team preview
• Switzerland team preview
• Turkey team preview
• Ukraine team preview
• Wales team preview

TV schedules and coverage details

Euro 2016 TV and streaming schedule

Copa America TV schedule and Euro 2016 TV schedule combined

ESPN’s coverage plans for Euro 2016

ESPN’s Euro 2016 ‘More Than Football’ campaign exudes class

Copa America and Euro 2016: Predicting the soccer TV ratings winner

ESPN announces commentators for Euro 2016

ESPN announces host and studio talent for Euro 2016 TV coverage

Posters from ESPN to promote each of the Euro 2016 teams

Tickets and jerseys

Euro 2016 tickets on sale

Official Euro 2016 jerseys for all 24 teams

Latest news

Euro 2016 news.

Guide to the 24 national team managers at Euro 2016

Euro 2016 captains for each of the 24 teams

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3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Malcolm

    June 5, 2016 at 1:02 pm

    More prestigious than the World Cup? Absolutely not. Yes, most of the time the Euros are more competitive because the European teams have most of their players playing in Europe where they know one another very well from the Europa league and Champions league.

  2. NaBUru38

    June 5, 2016 at 11:09 am

    No soccer tournament that lacks teams from Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay can be labelled as “the most prestigious in the world”.

    • Christopher Harris

      June 5, 2016 at 11:41 am

      That’s debatable. The last three winners of the World Cup were all teams from Europe, and all of whom will be competing in Euro 2016.

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