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Euro 2016 Round of 16 tickets: England, Wales, Ireland

Cheap Euro 2016 round of 16 tickets for England, Wales, Northern Ireland, France, Italy and Ireland

Titan national teams England, Wales, Northern Ireland, Ireland, Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, Croatia, Portugal, Slovakia, Hungary, Belgium, Spain, and Iceland have qualified to compete in the upcoming Euro 2016 Round of 16 from June 25-27 at French stadiums in Saint-Etienne, Paris, Lens, Lyon, Lille, Toulouse, and Nice.

Eight of the 24 National Teams at Euro 2016 were knocked out in the group stage, so four of the six third-placed teams will make-up the total of 16 sides in the Round of 16.


Euro 2016 teams qualified for last 16

France - Winners Group A
Switzerland - Runners-up Group A
Wales - Winners Group B
England - Runners-up Group B
Slovakia - Third place Group B
Germany - Winners Group C
Poland - Runners-up Group C
Northern Ireland - Third place Group C
Croatia - Winners Group D
Spain - Runners-up Group D
Italy - Winners Group E
Belgium - Runners-up Group E
Republic of Ireland - Third place Group E
Hungary - Winners Group F
Iceland - Runners-up Group F
Portugal - Third place Group F

THIRD-PLACED TEAMS QUALIFIED FOR ROUND OF 16

Slovakia (Group B) play Germany (Winners Group C)
Northern Ireland (Group C) play Wales (Winners Group B)
Republic of Ireland (Group E) play France (Winners Group A)
Portugal (Group F) play Croatia (Winners Group D)


EURO 2016 LAST 16 DRAW

Match 1: Switzerland v Poland
Match 2: Croatia v Portugal
Match 3: Wales v Northern Ireland
Match 4: Hungary v Belgium
Match 5: Germany v Slovakia
Match 6: Italy v Spain
Match 7: France v Republic of Ireland
Match 8: England v Iceland


EURO 2016 ROUND OF 16 TICKETS, SCHEDULE, FIXTURES

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June 25

Euro 2016 Round of 16 Switzerland v Poland Tickets Stade Geoffroy-Guichard - Saint-Etienne, France
Euro 2016 Round of 16 Wales v Northern Ireland Tickets Parc des Princes - Paris, France
Euro 2016 Round of 16 Croatia v Portugal Tickets Stade Felix Bollaert - Lens, France

June 26

Euro 2016 Round of 16 France v Ireland Tickets Stade des Lumieres - Lyon, France
Euro 2016 Round of 16 Germany v Slovakia Tickets Stade Pierre-Mauroy - Lille, France
Euro 2016 Round of 16 Hungary v Belgium Tickets Stadium Municipal - Toulouse, France

June 27

Euro 2016 Round of 16 Italy v Spain Tickets Stade de France - Paris, France
Euro 2016 Round of 16 England v Iceland Tickets Allianz Riviera - Nice, France


EURO 2016 GROUP STAGE RESULTS

Ireland beat Italy on Wednesday and will next play hosts France in the last 16, with Ireland manager Martin O'Neill in charge. "We need a performance like tonight again to stand a chance," said O'Neill after his side's 1-0 victory over Italy in their final Group E game sending Ireland through to the knockout stages of a European Championship for the first time. "If we can recover in time, we want to play as strongly as we did tonight."

Iceland 2-1 Austria. Tournament debutants Iceland sealed their place in the last 16 after a stoppage time winner. Hungary 3-3 Portugal. Nani scored the opening goal for Portugal and Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice in an exciting final group game, with both sides heading into the tournament’s last 16. Italy 0-1 Republic of Ireland. Ireland’s Robbie Brady headed home a late winner to send Martin O’Neil’s Ireland side through to the last 16. Sweden 0-1 Belgium. Radja Nainggolan scored the winner to put his side through to Nice.

Hungary 3-3 Portugal: Euro 2016. Two goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and one from Nani against Hungary sent Portugal through to Euro 2016 Last 16 on Wednesday alongside Group F winners Hungary after an amazing, exciting game at Stade des Lumieres in Lyon, France.

Hungary 3: Goals by Zoltan Gera 19, Balazs Dzsudzsak 47, Balazs Dzsudzsak 55
Portugal 3: Goals by Luis Nani 42, Cristiano Ronaldo 50, 62

“We draw together, we miss penalties together, today we win together,” is the motto for the Portugal side.

Hungary won first place Group F after Real Madrid and Portugal superstar striker Cristiano Ronaldo played his heart out in Lyon, fighting to score goals to ensure qualification in the Last 16 after Nani opened the scoring against Bernd Storck’s scrappy Hungary side.

Ronaldo did not disappoint his Portugal fans and scored two goals only one match after setting a new appearance record for Portugal becoming the first player to score in four European Championships. CR7 set a tournament appearance record of 17 on Wednesday.

“A forward like Cristiano without goals feels like he hasn’t had anything to eat,” said Ronaldo’s Portugal coach, Fernando Santos. “We were on the way home three times”.

Other Euro 2016 Group Stage Results

June 10
France 2-1 Romania at Stade de France - Paris, France
June 11
Albania 0-1 Switzerland at Stade Felix Bollaert - Lens, France
Wales 2-1 Slovakia at Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux - Bordeaux, France
England 1-1 Russia at Velodrome Marseille - Marseille, France
June 12
Turkey 0-1 Croatia at Parc des Princes - Paris, France
Poland 1-0 Northern Ireland at Allianz Riviera - Nice, France
Germany 2-0 Ukraine at Stade Pierre-Mauroy - Lille, France
June 13
Spain 1-0 Czech Republic Stadium Municipal - Toulouse, France
Ireland 1-1 Sweden Stade de France - Paris, France
Belgium 0-2 Italy Stade des Lumieres - Lyon, France
June 14
Austria 0-3 Hungary Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux - Bordeaux, France
Portugal 1-1 Iceland Stade Geoffroy-Guichard - Saint-Etienne, France
June 15
Russia 1-2 Slovakia Stade Pierre-Mauroy - Lille, France
Romania 1-1 Switzerland Parc des Princes - Paris, France
France 2-0 Albania Velodrome Marseille - Marseille, France
June 16
England 2-1 Wales Stade Felix Bollaert - Lens, France
Ukraine v Northern Ireland Stade des Lumieres - Lyon, France
Germany 0-2 Poland Stade de France - Paris, France
June 17
Italy v Sweden Stadium Municipal - Toulouse, France
Czech Republic 1-0 Croatia Stade Geoffroy-Guichard - Saint-Etienne, France
Spain 3-0 Turkey Allianz Riviera - Nice, France
June 18
Belgium 3-0 Ireland Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux - Bordeaux, France
Iceland 1-0 Hungary Velodrome Marseille - Marseille, France
June 19
Switzerland 0-0 France Stade Pierre-Mauroy - Lille, France
Romania 0-1 Albania Stade des Lumieres - Lyon, France
June 20
Russia 0-3 Wales Stadium Municipal - Toulouse, France
Slovakia 0-0 England Stade Geoffroy-Guichard - Saint-Etienne, France
June 21
Ukraine 0-1 Poland Velodrome Marseille - Marseille, France
Northern Ireland 0-1 Germany Parc des Princes - Paris, France
Czech Republic 0-2 Turkey Stade Felix Bollaert - Lens, France
Croatia 2-1 Spain Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux - Bordeaux, France
June 22
Iceland 2-1 Austria Stade de France - Paris, France
Hungary 3-3 Portugal Stade des Lumieres - Lyon, France
Italy 0-1 Ireland Stade Pierre-Mauroy - Lille, France
Sweden 0-1 Belgium Allianz Riviera - Nice, France

Reportedly England approached new Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers to be manager after he was fired by Liverpool. Rodgers had secret talks about the possibility of Rodgers replacing 68-year-old Hodgson after the Euros at the end of his contract. Rodgers was flattered buy wanted a club position.