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Top Scorers

A. GriezmannFrance 6 1
Cristiano RonaldoPortugal 3 0
NaniPortugal 3 0
G. BaleWales 3 0
O. GiroudFrance 3 0
D. PayetFrance 3 0
Álvaro MorataSpain 3 0
J. BłaszczykowskiPoland 2 0
R. BradyRepublic of Ireland 2 1
M. GómezGermany 2 0
R. NainggolanBelgium 2 0
Njogu Demba-NyrénItaly 2 0
H. Robson-KanuWales 2 0
B. DzsudzsákHungary 2 0
R. LukakuBelgium 2 0
K. SigþórssonIceland 2 0
I. PerišićCroatia 2 0
B. StancuRomania 2 2
NolitoSpain 1 0
V. BerezutskiRussia 1 0

Channels licensed to broadcast UEFA Euro 2020 in United States

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The Republic of Ireland have added two more home games at Aviva Stadium to their 2019 schedule with the 'Three' International Friendly games against (21 hours ago)
FAI provide Gibraltar update and confirm two home friendlies -
Gibraltar had selected the Victoria Stadium before the UEFA deadline but are currently in discussions with UEFA to assess the suitability of the stadium. (20 hours ago)
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The European Qualifiers draw for UEFA EURO 2020 has set the groups to be played from March. (1 month ago)
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About UEFA Euro 2020

What channels are broadcasting the Euro 2016 Online or on TV?

Whether you are based in the UK, USA, Canada, or any of the major European countries, Live Soccer TV is here to make sure you do not miss out on any of the action - whether it's via TV, computer, phone, or tablet. Below you will find some of the confirmed broadcasters for this summer's big tournament:

A brief history of the Euro tournament

The first Euro tournament took place in 1960, which featured 17 qualifying teams, and ultimately four sides. The former Soviet Union ended up winning this inaugural tournament, which was hosted in France.

It was not until 1980 that the tournament expanded to eight teams. 16 years later, UEFA opted to further increase the number of participants to the 16 we all knew it as, up until this year's edition when they chose to widen the group even further.

Year Teams Host Final
1960 4 France Soviet Union *2-1   Yugoslavia
1964 4 Spain Spain 2-1   Soviet Union
1968 4 Italy Italy *2-0   Yugoslavia
1972 4 Belgium West Germany 3-0   Soviet Union
1976 4 Yugoslavia Czechoslovakia *P2-2   West Germany
1980 8 Italy West Germany 2-1   Belgium
1984 8 France France 2-0   Spain
1988 8 West Germany Netherlands 2-0   Soviet Union
1992 8 Sweden Denmark 2-0   Germany
1996 16 England Germany *2-1   Czech Republic
2000 16 Belgium and Netherlands France *2-1   Italy
2004 16 Portugal Greece 1-0   Portugal
2008 16 Austria and Switzerland Spain 1-0   Germany
2012 16 Poland and Ukraine Spain 4-0   Italy
2016 24 France      
2020 24 Pan-European      

Who's who at Euro 2016

For the first time, this Euro tournament will feature 24 teams. This expanded group includes several nations making their debuts, including Slovakia, Northern Ireland, Iceland, and Wales. In addition, there are several ambitious sides, including Belgium, Poland, Croatia, and Sweden hoping to make their mark in France as they seek to establish their footing on the bigger stage.

Reigning champions Spain will be hoping to redeem themselves in the international arena after a disappointing and embarrassing World Cup that saw them crashing out in the group stage. La Furia Roja can also make it an unprecedented third consecutive Euro title with a win in France this summer. Last edition's runners up Italy are also hoping for their own redemption following their own poor showing in Brazil two years ago.

Hosts France are seeking to, naturally, clinch the trophy on home soil, and Germany, having won the World Cup are now aspiring to add another international trophy to their growing silverware cabinet. And will England finally be able to end their 50 year wait for an international title this summer?

The major players at Euro 2016

Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Gareth Bale, Wayne Rooney, Andres Iniesta, Antoine Griezmann, Paul Pogba, Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Muller, and Eden Hazard are among the numerous players expected to make a huge impact at this summer's tournament.

For 34-year-old Ibrahimovic, who is coming off an impressive season with PSG, this could likely be his last international tournament with Sweden. As his country's all-time top goalscorer, and team's captain, he will be expected to help guide the Blågult through their tough quartet and perhaps beyond. Meanwhile, Real Madrid star Bale was instrumental in Wales securing their spot in the Euro tournament for the first time and his teammates will be looking to him for inspiration as they navigate their way through unfamiliar territory.

Both Muller and Lewandowski will be coming into this tournament having had an excellent season with Bayern Munich. The Polish ace finished Euro qualifiers as the top goalscorer and netted an impressive 30 Bundesliga goals for die Roten this term, whilst his German colleague won the World Cup in 2014 and will be eager to help his national teammates add a Euro title to their trophy haul this summer.

As for Griezmann and Pogba, these young rising stars have put in top notch performances for Atletico Madrid and Juventus respectively, and fans will be hoping that this will translate into success for Les Bleus as they host the Euro tournament for the third time.

Experienced midfielder Iniesta was a key part of Spain's success in 2008 and 2012, and will definitely be key if they want to become the first team to win three straight Euro titles this summer. Furthermore, should Spain manage to make it a fourth title, they will edge ahead of Germany and France, who have three and two Euro title wins respectively.

Hazard endured a rough season with Chelsea, and will be eager to redeem himself ahead of new coach Antonio Conte's arrival with a good showing for Belgium. And finally, Rooney, as captain for the Three Lions will need to lead by example. England have long endured frustration on the bigger stage and 50 years after their last triumph, supporters will be hoping to see this finally come to an end.

Host cities

Ten cities across France will be the locations for this summer’s Euro 2016 tournament. For Ligue 1 fans, many of different stadiums are quite familiar, especially if one’s favorite team plays there on a weekly basis.

Here are the ten stadiums that will be hosting the 24 teams:

  • Stade de France, Saint-Denis
  • Stade Vélodrome, Marseille
  • Parc Olympique Lyonnais, Lyon
  • Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lille
  • Matmut Atlantique, Bordeaux
  • Stadium Municipal, Toulouse
  • Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens
  • Allianz Riviera, Nice
  • Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Étienne
  • Parc des Princes, Paris

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