England take on Slovakia in St Etienne while Russia play Wales in Toulouse in Group B where there is still all to play for. Both games kick off at 3PM ET on June 20.
France will face Switzerland in Lille while Albania take on Romania in Lyon. The games will kick of simultaneously on June 19 at 3pm ET.
Iceland’s ascent from the lower reaches of the FIFA rankings to Euro 2016 contenders is no coincidence. It is the result of a well thought out and meticulous plan that has thrust greatness upon a squad of players who have made history by reaching the tournament in France.
Iceland had never qualified for a major tournament in 23 attempts but that all changed when they finished 2nd in qualifying Group A to secure a place at Euro 2016. Victories against Holland and Turkey will live long in the memory of Icelandic football fans as their dreams of reaching a major tournament finally became a reality.
The Panenka looks at the steep and dramatic rise of Group F’s Iceland.
In Euro 2016’s group of death both sides are under pressure to get a win here. With a number of teams being able to get to the knockouts with a 3rd placed finish in their group, three points could be all it takes.
The Azzurri gave a performance worthy of the Roman Empire against Belgium and are looking to book their place in the next round with a win against Blågult.
This 137 year rivalry continues at Euro 2016 as The Three Lions trail Wales in Group B.
On June 16th 2016 the 102nd meeting between England and Wales will take place at the European Championships. As the Three Lions and the Welsh Dragons prepare to face each other, The Panenka looks at the history of clashes between the two British home nations.
Neither side performed particularly well in their opening game as the two nations look to turn their Euro 2016 campaigns around in the second round of matches at Euro 2016.
In the final game of the opening round, Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo will be looking to inspire his side to victory against the tournament debutants.
Austria have snuck under the radar to make it to only their second ever European Championship. they do however have a host of reasons to be optimistic.
One reason is David Alaba, the versatile, defender come midfielder. The Panenka looks at the Bayern Munich man’s career while assessing Austria’s chances at Euro 2016 in France this summer.