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European Championship France 2016

Welovefootballshirts.com offers you different football shirts worn during this final tournament.

Article code 2x_Patches_UEFA_EURO_2016_France
€16,49
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Patches UEFA EURO 2016 France
These patches were worn on the match shirt during the UEFA EURO 2016 football matches in France Read more
UEFA EURO 2016
Patches UEFA EURO 2016 France
These patches were worn on the match shirt during the UEFA EURO 2016 football matches in France
€16,49
(€19,95 Incl. tax)
Adidas
Article code Germany_Adidas_EURO_2016_YXL(164)
€20,62
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Adidas football shirt Germany EURO 2016
Size: YXL (164)
Condition: 10/10 (used) Read more
Adidas
Germany
Adidas football shirt Germany EURO 2016
Size: YXL (164)
Condition: 10/10 (used)
€20,62
(€24,95 Incl. tax)
Adidas
Article code Germany_Adidas_EURO_2016_L
€37,15
(€44,95 Incl. tax)
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Adidas football shirt Germany EURO 2016
Size: L (unisex)
Condition: 9.5 / 10 (used) Read more
Adidas
Germany
Adidas football shirt Germany EURO 2016
Size: L (unisex)
Condition: 9.5 / 10 (used)
€37,15
(€44,95 Incl. tax)
European Championship France 2016

The 2016 European Men's Football Championship or UEFA Euro 2016 was the fifteenth edition of the quadrennial football event. It was held from June 10 to July 10, 2016. France was the host country. After the tournaments of 1960 and 1984, it was the third time that this country was the host country.

For the first time in history, 24 countries took part in the tournament. This was an expansion with eight, which also meant that twenty more games were played. Six groups of four teams were created. The numbers one and two from each group and the four best numbers three advanced to the eighth finals. Subsequently, the eighth finals, quarter finals, semifinals and the final were played.

The tournament was expanded so that smaller countries can also participate in the European Championship, for which the larger countries almost always qualify. The former champions the Netherlands, Denmark and Greece failed to qualify. The Netherlands, which finished third at the 2014 World Cup, finished fourth in its qualifying group. Denmark was eliminated in the jump-offs and Greece, which made it through to the second round of the last World Cup, finished last in its group.

Portugal won the tournament by beating France 1-0 in the final after extra time. Éder became the match winner by scoring the only goal of the match in the 109th minute.