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Quadrennial Tournament Begins June 10

ESPN Caribbean kicks off LIVE month-long coverage of the UEFA European Football Championship™ 2016 exclusively on ESPN Caribbean, ESPN 2 Caribbean and ESPN Play. The tournament will be played in 10 cities across France, beginning Friday, June 10 through Sunday July 10.

The ESPN Caribbean network will air 45 live matches including the opening and title matches, starting Friday, June 10, with France vs. Romania at 2:30 p.m. ET. The ESPN 2 Caribbean network carries five additional matches. ESPN Play will stream all matches live. 
ESPN's commentary team includes Ian Darke Jon Champion, Steve McManaman, Tommy Smyth, Vincent Kompany and Stewart Robson, among others.  Studio analysts include Bob Ley, Craig Burley, Frank Leboeuf, Roberto Martinez and Abby Wambach, among others.
Studio Shows
  • ESPN FC: Host Dan Thomas with analysts Shaka Hislop and Steve Nicol, along with a lineup of special guests, will deliver the latest news and information around the tournament on ESPN's global football show, which will generally air at 7 p.m. ET Monday through Saturday and 11 p.m. ET on Sunday.
  • UEFA EURO Tonight: a 30-minute news and analysis show recapping the day's match and looking ahead to the next day generally at 7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN Caribbean.
  • UEFA EURO 2016 Highlights: four editions will air prior to or between matches for an up-to-date Tournament recap.
Key matchups in the group stage:
  • France vs. Romania, the tournament opening match Friday, June 10, as France seeks to win the third straight international soccer competition it has hosted (UEFA EURO 1984 and 1998 FIFA World Cup)
  • Rivals Germany-Poland meet Thursday, June 16 – Germany looking to revenge its first loss ever to Poland during a qualifying match for UEFA EURO 2016 in October 2014
  • England-Wales (Thursday, June 16) – a rare matchup of familiar United Kingdom foes in international soccer
  • Spain's La Liga midfield duo Luca Modric (Real Madrid) and Ivan Rakitic (Barca) will lead Croatia to face Spain on Tuesday, June 21