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Top 5 Goals at Euro 2016 so far

Croatia vs. Portugal, 10th June 2013

The first round of the group games are over now. A total of 22 goals have been scored in the tournament so far. There haven’t been many matches with a goalfest, however, just 12 matches into the tournament, we already have some of the strong contenders for ‘Goal of the tournament’. Here’s our pick for the top five Euro 2016 ...

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Euro 2016 Schedule, Fixtures, Timings and Venues


Euro 2016 is underway now. The tournament has six groups comprising of 24 teams. You can read more details about the tournament like the format, match ball and official song by clicking HERE . The tournament commenced on June 10 with the hosts France taking on Romania. Here’s the complete list of fixtures, results and match schedule for Euro 2016. ...

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Euro 2016: Format, Match Ball and Official Song


The upcoming European Championship is the 15th edition of the continental tournament. It will be hosted by France and will see the host nation and Romania kick-off the tournament on 10th June at the national stadium of France in Saint-Denis. On May 28, 2010, France won the right to host Euro 2016 ahead of Turkey and Italy after the completion ...

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Euro 2016: How far can England reach in France?


England enjoyed a remarkable Euro 2016 qualifying campaign as they won all of their ten games to finish with 30 points. They ended up scoring 31 goals at a rate of more than three per game and conceded a mere three to have a fantastic goal difference of +28. However, critics did try to devalue the great run by pointing ...

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Euro 2012: Spain becomes the first team to retain European Championship

The 14th edition of the European Championship was jointly-hosted by Poland and Ukraine from 8th June to 1st July 2012. Spain, fresh from their first World Cup triumph, were also the reigning European champions heading into Euro 2012 and were widely considered to be the favourites. Czech Republic, Greece, Russia and hosts Poland comprised Group A. The hosts kicked off ...

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Euro 2008: Spain crowned the European champions


It is hard to believe now that Spain were one of the perennially underachieving teams in world football. After winning the second European Championship in 1964, they went empty-handed until 2008 before they won something big. And since then La Furia Roja have gone on to be crowned the European champions twice as well as world champions in 2010. Participants ...

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Euro 2004: Greece surprises European heavyweights


The 2004 European Championship threw one of the most unlikeliest of winners as Greece went on to be crowned the champions of Europe for the first time in their history. Portugal hosted the tournament from 12th June to 4th July, with venues spread across eight cities: Aveiro, Braga, Coimbra, Guimaraes, Faro/Loule, Leiria, Lisbon and Porto. The qualified countries are in ...

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Euro 1996: Germany wins their third European Championship


England hosted their first European Championship in 1996, which was the tenth edition of the prestigious tournament and also the first with 16 teams in the final, increasing from eight in the previous tournaments. The qualified countries are in Blue. England, the Netherlands, Scotland and Switzerland made up Group A, and the hosts – who began their campaign with a ...

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