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The field of national teams competing for European Championship glory on the road to Stade de France on July 10 has been narrowed to eight giant sides representing the nations of Wales, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Poland, Hungary, and surprisingly Iceland! The eight teams will battle in the Euro 2016 Quarter-Finals beginning on Thursday, June 30 through to Sunday, July 3 at French stadiums in Marseille, Lille, Bordeaux, and Saint-Denis.

Euro 2016 Round of 16 Results

Here are the results from the Last 16 Euro 2016 games:

Switzerland 1-1 Poland (5-4 PK)

Switzerland goal by Shaqiri; Poland goal by Błaszczykowski

Jakub Błaszczykowski opened the scoring for Poland only to have Switzerland’s Shaqiri level with a stunning overhead kick. After a 1-1 draw at full time, Poland’s Krychowiak blasted in the shoot-out winner. Xhaka missed for the Swiss.

Wales 1-0 Northern Ireland

Wales goal (own goal by McAuley (75’)

After a hard-fought battle, Wales went through to their Euro 2016 quarter-final match with Hungary in Lille on Friday due to a heartbreaking own goal by Northern Ireland’s Gareth McAuley from Gareth Bale’s cross into his own net. Northern Ireland have not defeated Wales in their last nine matches.

Croatia 0-1 Portugal

Portugal goal by Quaresma (117’ ET)

Ricardo Quaresma headed in the winner for Portugal deep into extra time to send the Portugese through to an exciting quarter-final matchup with Poland.

France 2-1 Republic of Ireland

France goals by Griezmann (57’, 61’) Republic of Ireland goal by Brady (2 pen)

The Republic of Ireland took the lead after only two minutes with a spot-kick by Brady. However Antoinne Atletico Madrid’s Griezmann’s two goals gave the victory to France. France will face debutants Iceland in their quarter-final matchup.

Germany 3-0 Slovakia

Germany goals by Boateng (8’), Gomez (43’), Draxler (63’)

Germany walked away with the game against Slovakia with goals from Boateng, Gomez, and Draxler. Kozacik saved Mesuit Ozil’s penalty and Germany went through.

Hungary 0-4 Belgium

Belgium goals by Alderweireld (10’), Batshuayi (78’), Hazard (79’), Carrasco (90+1’)

Belgium dominated all the way through after Alderweireld headed from a De Bruyne free kick giving Belgium an early lead. Next Batshuayi came off the Belgium bench and scored, making it 2-0 with his first touch. Eden Hazard scored the third goal and Carrasco made it four to soundly defeat the Hungarians.

Italy 2-0 Spain

Italy goals by Chiellini (33’), Pelle (90’ +0:27)

Antonio Conte’s Italy side went through to a quarter-final against Germany after destroying champions Spain at Saint-Denis. Giorgio Chiellini opened the scoring for Italy with his seventh international goal, and Graziano Pelle added the second for good measure. The Azzurri face Germany in Bordeaux on Saturday.

England 1-2 Iceland

England goal by Rooney (4’ pen.), Iceland goals by Sigurdsson (6’), (18’)

England manager Roy Hodgson quit after his side were defeated by Iceland minnows 2-1 on Monday. After Iceland shocked the world, Iceland goalie, Hannes Halidorsson said the Euro 2016 win was epic and unbelievable – the biggest victory in the history of Icelandic football. Iceland manager Heimir Hallgrímsson said ahead of the match that winning against England would change everybody's lives.”

Euro 2016 Quarter-finals

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QF1: Poland v Portugal tickets – Thursday 30 June, (Marseille)
QF2: Wales v Hungary tickets – Friday 1 July, (Lille)
QF3: Germany v Italy tickets – Saturday 2 July, (Bordeaux)
QF4: France v Iceland tickets – Sunday 3 July, (Saint-Denis)

Euro 2016 Semi-finals

You can buy your cheap Euro 2016 Semi-finals tickets now for the best selection available.

SF1: Poland/Portugal v Wales/Belgium tickets – Wednesday 6 July (Lyon)
SF2: Germany/Italy v France/Iceland tickets – Thursday 7 July (Marseille)

Euro 2016 Final

No matter what two teams make it through to compete in the Euro 2016 Final match on Sunday, July 10, you will want to be in Saint-Denis to watch the historic game. Tickets for the final are available now and at the last minute.

Winner SF 1 v winner SF2 – Sunday 10 July, (Saint-Denis)

Euro 2016 Man of the Match

Every national team can be proud of the efforts of their professional soccer player competing in Euro 2012. It is evident that many players are a bit nervous, but all are playing with their hearts on their sleeves. Here is a complete list of the footballers chosen as the best player in the match:

First set of group stage fixtures:
10/06: France 2-1 Romania – Dimitri Payet
11/06: Albania 0-1 Switzerland – Granit Xhaka
11/06: Wales 2-1 Slovakia – Joe Allen
11/06: England 1-1 Russia – Eric Dier
12/06: Turkey 0-1 Croatia – Luka Modrić
12/06: Poland 1-0 Northern Ireland – Grzegorz Krychowiak
12/06: Germany 2-0 Ukraine – Toni Kroos
13/06: Spain 1-0 Czech Republic – Andrés Iniesta
13/06: Republic of Ireland 1-1 Sweden – Wes Hoolahan
13/06: Belgium 0-2 Italy – Emanuele Giaccherini
14/06: Austria 0-2 Hungary – László Kleinheisler
14/06: Portugal 1-1 Iceland – Nani

Second set of group stage fixtures:
15/06: Russia 1-2 Slovakia – Marek Hamšík
15/06: Romania 1-1 Switzerland – Granit Xhaka (2)
15/06: France 2-0 Albania – Dimitri Payet (2)
16/06: England 2-1 Wales – Kyle Walker
16/06: Ukraine 0-2 Northern Ireland – Gareth McAuley
16/06: Germany 0-0 Poland – Jérôme Boateng
17/06: Italy 1-0 Sweden – Éder
17/06: Czech Republic 2-2 Croatia – Ivan Rakitić
17/06: Spain 3-0 Turkey – Andrés Iniesta (2)
18/06: Belgium 3-0 Republic of Ireland – Axel Witsel
18/06: Iceland 1-1 Hungary – Kolbeinn Sigthórsson
18/06: Portugal 0-0 Austria – João Moutinho

Third set of group stage fixtures:
19/06: Romania 0-1 Albania – Arlind Ajeti
19/06: Switzerland 0-0 France – Yann Sommer
20/06: Russia 0-3 Wales – Aaron Ramsey
20/06: Slovakia 0-0 England – Matúš Kozáčik
21/06: Ukraine 0-1 Poland – Ruslan Rotan
21/06: Northern Ireland 0-1 Germany – Mesut Özil
21/06: Czech Republic 0-2 Turkey – Burak Yılmaz
21/06: Croatia 2-1 Spain – Ivan Perišić
22/06: Iceland 2-1 Austria – Kári Árnason
22/06: Hungary 3-3 Portugal – Cristiano Ronaldo
22/06: Italy 0-1 Republic of Ireland – Robbie Brady
22/06: Sweden 1-0 Belgium – Eden Hazard

Round of 16 fixtures

25/06: Switzerland 1-1 Poland (aet, Poland win 5-4 on pens) – Xherdan Shaqiri
25/06: Wales 1-0 Northern Ireland – Gareth Bale
25/06: Croatia 0-1 Portugal (aet) – Renato Sanches
26/06: France 2-1 Republic of Ireland – Antoine Griezmann
26/06: Germany 3-0 Slovakia – Julian Draxler
26/06: Hungary 0-4 Belgium – Eden Hazard
27/06: Italy 2-0 Spain – Leonardo Bonucci
27/06: England 1-2 Iceland – Ragnar Sigurdsson

Euro 2016 Top Goal Scorers (as of 6.27.16)

Welshman Gareth Bale, Frenchman Antoine Griezmann, and Spainard Alvaro Morata lead the pack of football giants who are in the running for the 2016 Golden Boot Award. Here is the complete list of the men who conceivable may win by the end of the French European Championship.

Three goals:
Gareth Bale, Wales
Antoine Griezmann, France
Álvaro Morata, Spain

Two goals:
Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal
Dimitri Payet, France
Jakub Błaszczykowski, Poland
Ivan Perišić, Croatia
Mario Gomez, Germany
Graziano Pellè, Italy
Bogdan Stancu, Romania

History of Golden Boot Winners

Fernando Torres was the most recent superstar footballer to win the Adidas Golden Boot. Torres is only one of the famous names to walk away with the top scorer award at the Euros. Who will win the Golden Boot prize in 2016?

2012: Fernando Torres, Spain (3)
2008: David Villa, Spain (4)
2004: Milan Baroš, Czech Republic (5)
2000: Patrick Kluivert, Netherlands; Savo Milošević, Yugoslavia (5)
1996: Alan Shearer, England (5)
1992: Henrik Larsen, Denmark; Karlheinz Riedle, Germany; Dennis Bergkamp, Netherlands; Tomas Brolin, Sweden (3)
1988: Marco van Basten, Netherlands (5)
1984: Michel Platini, France (9)
1980: Klaus Allofs, West Germany (3)
1976: Dieter Müller, West Germany (4)
1972: Gerd Müller, West Germany (4)
1968: Dragan Džajić, Yugoslavia (2)
1964: Chus Pereda, Spain; Ferenc Bene, Hungary; Dezsö Novák, Hungary (2)
1960: François Heutte, France; Viktor Ponedelnik, USSR; Valentin Ivanov, USSR; Dražan Jerković, Yugoslavia; Milan Galić, Yugoslavia (2)