• Heroes return

    After a night of rowdy celebrations Portugal's European champions led by Cristiano Ronaldo returned home to a heroes' welcome on Monday and a country overjoyed by their upset win over France.

  • From agony to ecstasy

    Cristiano Ronaldo cried twice in the Euro 2016 final on Sunday, once when he was stretchered off injured and again when he limped back on in joy after his Portugal teammates claimed a historic win over France.

  • Ugly duckling becomes beautiful swan

    Football threw up another unlikely hero on Sunday when journeyman professional Eder scored the goal that won Euro 2016 for Portugal.

  • ‘Losing to Ronaldo again sucks’

    Losing a final to Cristiano Ronaldo has become an unfortunate habit for Antoine Griezmann and he is not happy about it.

  • 'A Cup made of effort and tears'

    Portugal's triumphant soccer team arrive home later on Monday on a plane named after the country's late football legend Eusebio and will continue their celebrations after the dramatic win over hosts France in the Euro 2016 final.

  • Stars that shone brightest

    At the end of the European Championships, here is a look at the five players who made the glittering stages over France their own.

  • 40 arrested in Paris over Euro 2016 violence

    Around 40 people are arrested in Paris after police use tear gas and water cannon against football fans hurling glass bottles at officers at the Eiffel Tower during the Euro 2016 final.

  • Deschamps dejected

    France coach Didier Deschamps did not hide his bitter disappointment after finding himself on the losing end of a final for a change on Sunday.

  • Santos praises ‘motivator’ Ronaldo

    An emotional Fernando Santos praises Cristiano Ronaldo's motivational powers and says criticism of Pepe was unjustified after his team won the European Championship.

  • ‘Ronaldo said I’d score’

    Eder says Cristiano Ronaldo predicted he would score the winning goal against France and gave him the encouragement to settle the final.

  • Portugal stun hosts France to win Euros

    Cristiano Ronaldo was stretchered off in tears but an extra-time goal by Eder saw Portugal beat hosts France 1-0 in Sunday's Euro 2016 final to win their first major tournament.

  • Tragic end to Ronaldo's Euro journey

    Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo was forced off injured in tears just 25 minutes into Sunday's Euro 2016 final against France in Paris.

  • Paris takes centre-stage

    Cristiano Ronaldo's battle-hardened Portugal stand between hosts France and a cathartic victory in Sunday's Euro 2016 final at Stade de France.

  • Security beefed up for Euro 2016 final

    More than 5,000 French police are to be deployed at key venues in and around Paris ahead of the Euro 2016 football final between France and Portugal.

  • Duel of magnificent sevens

    With France's baby-faced poster boy Antoine Griezmann going up against preening Portugal superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, the Euro 2016 final will feature a duel between two very different number sevens.

  • 'We were the better team'

    Germany coach Joachim Loew refused to commit himself to stay beyond the next World Cup campaign as he picked through the wreckage of the country's Euro 2016 exit.

  • Pepe’s return boosts Portugal

    Euro 2016 finalists Portugal receive a boost on Saturday when central defender Pepe trained with his team mates and appeared to be free of any injury problems.

  • [WATCH] Griezmann double sends France into final

    Two-goal Antoine Griezmann fire France into the Euro 2016 final.

  • [WATCH] Ronaldo puts Portugal in final

    Cristiano Ronaldo made European Championship history as Portugal ended Wales's extraordinary Euro 2016 journey with a 2-0 semi-final win on Wednesday that sent them into the final.

  • Bale vs Ronaldo: Let the duel begin

    Real Madrid teammates Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale have not spoken since the start of Euro 2016 but they will go face-to-face when Portugal take on Wales in the semi-finals on Wednesday.

  • Semi like one against Brazil: Loew

    Germany face hosts France in the Euro 2016 semi-finals on Thursday in the midst of an injury crisis, but buoyed by memories of their flooring of Brazil at the same stage of the 2014 World Cup.

  • 24-team format a success, says UEFA

    UEFA believes the 24-team format introduced for the first time at Euro 2016 is a success and will boost soccer in some of the continent's smaller nations, tournament director Martin Kallen said on Tuesday.

  • ‘Pitch for final will be good, not great’

    The Stade de France pitch for the Euro 2016 final will be good but not excellent, a top UEFA official warned Tuesday.

  • Giroud wins over supporters

    Forward Olivier Giroud, jeered by France supporters barely a month ago, won them over on Sunday with what he described as his best performance for his country in a major tournament, scoring twice in the 5-2 win over Iceland at Euro 2016.

  • Schweinsteiger skips training

    Germany are waiting on the fitness of captain Bastian Schweinsteiger for their Euro 2016 semi-final against France in two days' time, as the Manchester United star sat out Tuesday's training.

  • Superstars go head to head

    The two most expensive players in football go head-to-head on Wednesday when Cristiano Ronaldo leads Portugal against club teammate Gareth Bale and Wales in a Euro 2016 semi-final which could lead one to unprecedented glory. Bale is junior

  • [WATCH] France hammer Iceland

    Olivier Giroud scored two goals and set up another as the Euro 2016 hosts France thrashed Iceland 5-2 on Sunday to set up a semi-final clash against world champions Germany.

  • Loew, Neuer praise youth for stepping up

    Germany coach Joachim Loew and goalkeeper Manuel Neuer praised the team's less experienced players for stepping up to convert in their dramatic penalty shootout against Italy, firing the world champions into the Euro 2016 final four.

  • Iceland want more

    Gylfi Sigurdsson has promised Iceland will not be content to bask in the glory of their Euro 2016 heroics having had a taste of the highs and lows of tournament football.

  • Bring on France: Loew

    Despite a mounting injury list, Germany coach Joachim Loew is relishing facing the Euro 2016 hosts in Thursday's semi-final under the motto - 'Bring on France'.

GROUP STAGE

10 June 2016
FRANCE  
2
-
1
  ROMANIA
11 June 2016
ALBANIA  
0
-
1
  SWITZERLAND
WALES  
2
-
1
  SLOVAKIA
ENGLAND  
1
-
1
  RUSSIA
12 June 2016
TURKEY  
0
-
1
  CROATIA
POLAND  
1
-
0
  NORTHERN IRELAND
GERMANY  
2
-
1
  UKRAINE
13 JUNE 2016
SPAIN  
1
-
0
  CZECH REPUBLIC
REPUBLIC OF IRELAND  
1
-
1
  SWEDEN
BELGIUM  
0
-
2
  ITALY
14 JUNE 2016
AUSTRIA  
0
-
2
  HUNGARY
PORTUGAL  
1
-
1
  ICELAND
15 JUNE 2016
RUSSIA  
1
-
2
  SLOVAKIA
ROMANIA  
1
-
1
  SWITZERLAND
FRANCE  
2
-
0
  ALBANIA
16 JUNE 2016
ENGLAND  
2
-
1
  WALES
UKRAINE  
0
-
2
  NORTHERN IRELAND
GERMANY  
0
-
0
  POLAND
17 JUNE 2016
ITALY  
1
-
0
  SWEDEN
CZECH REPUBLIC  
2
-
2
  CROATIA
SPAIN  
3
-
0
  TURKEY
18 JUNE 2016
BELGIUM  
3
-
0
  REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
ICELAND  
1
-
1
  HUNGARY
PORTUGAL  
0
-
0
  AUSTRIA
19 June 2016
ROMANIA  
0
-
1
  ALBANIA
SWITZERLAND  
0
-
0
  FRANCE
20 JUNE 2016
RUSSIA  
0
-
3
  WALES
SLOVAKIA  
0
-
0
  ENGLAND
21 JUNE 2016
UKRAINE  
0
-
1
  POLAND
NORTHERN IRELAND  
0
-
1
  GERMANY
CZECH REPUBLIC  
0
-
2
  TURKEY
CROATIA  
2
-
1
  SPAIN
22 June 2016
ICELAND  
2
-
1
  AUSTRIA
HUNGARY  
3
-
3
  PORTUGAL
ITALY  
0
-
1
  REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
SWEDEN  
0
-
1
  BELGIUM

Round of 16

25 June 2016
SWITZERLAND  
1
-
1
  POLAND
WALES  
1
-
0
  NORTHERN IRELAND
CROATIA  
0
-
1
  PORTUGAL
26 June 2016
FRANCE  
2
-
1
  ITALY
GERMANY  
3
-
0
  SLOVAKIA
HUNGARY  
0
-
4
  BELGIUM
27 June 2016
ITALY  
2
-
0
  SPAIN
ENGLAND  
1
-
2
  ICELAND

QUARTER-FINALS

1 July 2016
POLAND  
1
(3-5 p)
1
  PORTUGAL
2 July 2016
WALES  
3
-
1
  BELGIUM
3 July 2016
GERMANY  
1
(6-5 p)
1
  ITALY
4 July 2016
FRANCE  
5
-
2
  ICELAND

SEMI-FINALS

6 July 2016
PORTUGAL  
2
-
0
  WALES
7 July 2016
GERMANY  
0
-
2
  FRANCE

FINAL

10 July 2016
PORTUGAL  
1
-
0
  FRANCE
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