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Euro 2016 news: England V Wales tickets

France, Wales win; England 1-1 draw with Russia

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Euro 2016 France is off to a brilliant start – with exciting matches being enjoyed by fans from around Europe at outstanding state of the art stadiums including Stade de France in Paris, Stade Felix Bollaert in Lens, Stade de Bordeaux, Velodrome Marseille, Parc des Princes in Paris, Allanz Riviera, Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille, Stadium Municipal in Toulouse, Allianz Riviera in Nice, and Stade des Lumieres, Lyon. Hosts France celebrated a 2-1 victory in Group A against Romania in Paris in the opening match. Gareth Bale's stunning free-kick opened the scoring for Wales who enjoyed a 2-1 victory over Slovakia in Group B. Arch-rivals England dominated with a 1-0 lead almost to the end of their Group B clash with opponents Russia, but suffered a last-gasp equalizer to end up with a 1-1 draw in Marseille.

The exciting European Cup tournament continues until the Euro 2016 Final at Stade de France on July 10 - with plenty more action in store. And there are still great authentic legal, cheap Euro 2016 tickets for all games for sale securely online at LiveFootballTickets. Coming up, Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal will play Iceland at Stade Geoffroy-Guichard in Saint Etienne, and Austria and Hungary will clash at Stade de Bordeaux on June 14. Then on June 15, Russia and Slovakia will compete at Stade Pierre Mauroy in Lille; Romania will face Switzerland at Parc des Princes in Paris; and host nation France will play Albania at Velodrome Marseille.

The mouth-watering clash between England and Wales will be played at Stade Felix Bollaert in Lens on June 16; Ukraine will play Northern Ireland at Stade des Lumieres in Lyon; and Champions Germany will compete with Poland at Stade de France in Paris.

Euro 2016 Group Stage Draw

Group A: France, Romania, Albania, Switzerland
Group B: England, Russia, Wales, Slovakia
Group C: Germany, Ukraine, Poland, Northern Ireland
Group D: Spain, Czech Republic, Turkey, Croatia
Group E: Belgium, Italy, Ireland, Sweden
Group F: Portugal, Iceland, Austria, Hungary

Euro 2016 Group Stage Results

France 2-1 Romania (Olivier Giroud 58, Dimitri Payet 89; Bogdan Stancu 65 pen)
Albania 0-1 Switzerland (Fabian Schar 5)
Wales 2-1 Slovakia (Gareth Bale 10, Hal Robson-Kanu 81; Ondrej Duda 61)
England 1-1 Russia (Eric Dier 73; Vasili Berezutski 90 +1:20)
Turkey 0-1 Croatia (Luka Modric)
Poland 1-0 Northern Ireland (Arkadiusz Milik)
Germany 2-0 Ukraine (Kodran Mustafi, Bastian Schweinsteiger)
Spain 1-0 Czech Republic (Gerard Pique 87)
Ireland 1-1 Sweden (Wes Hoolahan 48; Ciaran Clark 71 o.g.)
Belgium 0-2 Italy (Emanuele Giaccherini 32, Graziano Pelle 90 +1:59)

Looking ahead to the match between England and Wales, there have been some interesting comments from Real Madrid and Wales superstar striker, Gareth Bale. Bale is adamant that Wales in not a one-man side, and remarked that if he could he would like former Manchester United superstar Welshman Ryan Giggs to be playing on his side in the France Euro 2016. Giggs never got the chance to compete for Wales at a major tournament.

Twenty-six year old Welshman Bale opened the scoring for Wales at Saturday’s opening Group B game against Slovakia in Bordeaux. He said it felt “surreal” to be involved in Euro 2016. “It’s never a one-man team,” said Bale, who scored seven and set up two of their 11 goals during qualifying. “For us it’s a squad thing. We’re ‘Together Stronger’. We all work hard as one unit – we attack as one and we defend as one. When we lose the ball we all fight back to get it.”

Bale was asked who he favorite Wales footballer is. “I’m not that old and haven’t seen too many, I’ve obviously heard names in the past,” Bale said. “I would say Ryan Giggs, he was my hero growing up. He was an amazing player and it would have been amazing for him to play on the international stage like this as well.” Amazingly Bale has won the Champions League twice in the past three years with Real Madrid, and remarked that competing in the European Championship 2016 fulfilled a lifelong dream.

“I have been playing for Wales for 10 years and it was a massive goal of mine to get to a major championship. We have achieved that but we do not want to come here and make up the numbers. We have done something amazing that we have not done in a long time but now we want to do even better.” Wales aim is to win against England and Russia, Slovakia in Group B. “I haven’t really thought about winning, but for us I think we want to go home with no regrets. Obviously we’d like to win the tournament. Realistically it’s very difficult, we know that, but we’ll go into each and every game looking to win and if we give it 110% you can’t ask for any more.”

“I’m 100%”, said Bale about his fitness for the tournament. Joe Ledley is playing for Wales only recently recovered from a broken leg. “Joe is an incredible story, when I heard the news that he broke his leg I was devastated, so I cannot imagine what he was like. To make a recovery like that in such a short space of time is an achievement in itself for him,” said Bale. “It shows what we are all about, we never give up, we never die, we just keep going. He has shown the way to go and we want to keep improving, keep playing well, keep performing as a team, as a squad and as a nation and give 100%. That is all we can do.”

Bale is looking to a ‘feisty’ derby against England at Euro 2016 on Thursday. ‘It’s going to be feisty but we’ll prepare well,” said Bale. Wales already have three points, which may be enough to qualify for the last 16. Despite Hal Robson-Kanu’s late winner for Wales against Slovakia giving them a 3 point cushion in Group B, Bale’s side is focused only on trying to beat England in the upcoming derby. “We understand it’s going to be a derby, it’s going to be feisty, but we’ll prepare well,” said Bale. “We’re concentrating on ourselves and nobody else and we’ll be ready for the game. We want to play well and we want to do everything we did against Slovakia.”

On the eve of Wales match against Slovakia Bale remarked that Wales had more pride and passion than England, and that the supportive Wales fans are the 12th man. “There’s no other fans like the Welsh,” Bale said. “No other country would think of doing things like that to lift the team” Bale’s goal against Slovakia was his 20th for his country. “Obviously on a personal level it’s great to get the goal but it really doesn’t matter who gets the goals – we just want the points,” said Bale. “We want the wins and we want to go as far as we can in this tournament. We’re all together and we all work hard together. It’s about the team, not about individuals.”

“We have just worked so hard as a team, run until we couldn’t run any more,” said Bale after the win. “We’ve just given everything for each other and that’s why we got the result.” Meanwhile Roy Hodgson told his England side to rise above provocation from Gareth Bale, dismissing the Wales talisman’s disrespectful remarks about England’s lack of passion and pride. England and Manchester United captain looks forward to his side’s big game against Wales in Group B. “This tournament could be a big moment for England and for this group of players,” said Rooney.

Euro 2016 Schedule & Tickets

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June 14, 2016
Austria v Hungary Tickets Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux - Bordeaux, France
Portugal v Iceland Tickets Stade Geoffroy-Guichard - Saint-Etienne, France

June 15, 2016
Russia v Slovakia Tickets Stade Pierre-Mauroy - Lille, France
Romania v Switzerland Tickets Parc des Princes - Paris, France
France v Albania Tickets Velodrome Marseille - Marseille, France

June 16, 2016
England v Wales Tickets Stade Felix Bollaert - Lens, France
Ukraine v Northern Ireland Tickets Stade des Lumieres - Lyon, France
Germany v Poland Tickets Stade de France - Paris, France

June 17, 2016
Italy v Sweden Tickets Stadium Municipal - Toulouse, France
Czech Republic v Croatia Tickets Stade Geoffroy-Guichard - Saint-Etienne, France
Spain v Turkey Tickets Allianz Riviera - Nice, France

June 18, 2018
Belgium v Ireland Tickets Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux - Bordeaux, France
Iceland v Hungary Tickets Velodrome Marseille - Marseille, France

June 19, 2016
Switzerland v France Tickets Stade Pierre-Mauroy - Lille, France
Romania v Albania Tickets Stade des Lumieres - Lyon, France

June 20, 2016
Russia v Wales Tickets Stadium Municipal - Toulouse, France
Slovakia v England Tickets Stade Geoffroy-Guichard - Saint-Etienne, France

June 21, 2016
Ukraine v Poland Tickets Velodrome Marseille - Marseille, France
Northern Ireland v Germany Tickets Parc des Princes - Paris, France
Czech Republic v Turkey Tickets Stade Felix Bollaert - Lens, France
Croatia v Spain Tickets Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux - Bordeaux, France

June 22, 2016
Iceland v Austria Tickets Stade de France - Paris, France
Hungary v Portugal Tickets Stade des Lumieres - Lyon, France
Italy v Ireland Tickets Stade Pierre-Mauroy - Lille, France
Sweden v Belgium Tickets Allianz Riviera - Nice, France

June 25 - 27
Euro 2016 Round of 16 Tickets

June 30 - July 3
Euro 2016 Quarter-Final Tickets

July 6 - 7
Euro 2016 Semi-Final Tickets

July 10
Euro 2016 Final Tickets Stade de France - Paris, France