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TOURNAMENT FIXTURES. UEFA EURO ". GROUP B. GROUP C. GROUP D. GROUP F. GROUP A. FRA Saint-Denis. OROM. . * WAL. 11 June. Bordeaux. Georgia. Republic of Ireland. 7 September. Group D. Sunday. Germany. Scotland. 7 September. Group D. Sunday. Gibraltar. Poland. 7 September. UEFA EURO Full Time table with time in IST, venue info and PDF Download.
Romania — Saint-Denis 9 p. ET Saturday June 11 Albania vs. Switzerland — Lens 3 p. ET Wales vs. Slovakia — Bordeaux 6 p.
Italy would play in Rome and, importantly, in Group A. Broadening the European championships from 16 to 24 teams did not just dilute the sporting quality of the event, it also set a challenge of finding a finals structure that would ensure fairness.
Sixteen teams makes for simple maths: four groups of four, followed by four group winners playing four runners-up in the quarter finals.
With 24 teams things are not so clean.
Fifa ran four team World Cups from to The first, in Spain, had the second round and quarter-finals merged into a round-robin affair. Euro will follow that same structure: six groups with all first- and second-placed sides qualifying for the second round along with the four highest-ranked third-placed teams.
Take a closer look at the routes to a semi-final, however, and things seem a little off. The winners of groups A, B, C and D are all guaranteed to face third-placed sides in the second round while the top teams in E and F will play runners-up and not even the lowest-ranked runners-up. Move through the scenarios and the inequality compounds itself. One result is that Group E is a bum draw: no third-placed opponent for the winner while the runner-up plays the winner of Group F a group notable in perhaps having no real incentive to finish top as both the first- and second-placed side will face a runner-up.
All part of the quirks of the competition, you might say.
And that would be correct were all those seeded slots left to the luck of the draw. The inconvenient truth is that, when it comes to the top slot in the best-positioned group for competition progress, Uefa has asked Lady Luck to step aside.
Slot A1 has been designated to the hosts, France. With the symmetry of the team tournament lost it is doubly sad to see a draw where the odds of progressing deep into the competition can be affected simply by the letter of the group.
Things start off pretty hectic in the Group Matches stage, with 36 matches in total to catch Click on the image source for a PDF copy of the schedule. Image via ITV Media Matches that fall on Fridays and Saturdays aren't too bad, if you manage to keep the following morning free for some uninterrupted replacement sleep.
Watching matches on weeknights is where the biggest challenge is: not only do you have to stay awake all the way until the final whistle is blown at 4.
Image via Giphy Use this schedule as a guide on the best times to sleep and nap in Malaysian time : Image via SAYS If you're worried about nodding off halfway through the matches, stay awake with some caffeine in your veins!
There's actually an art to napping that'll help you feel more refreshed when you wake up. Try these hacks: 1. For a quality down-time, use white noise to tune out distractions. Lunch-time nap: Use a part of your lunch break to catch up on some ZZZs!
Caffeine takes roughly 20 minutes to kick in, so the caffeine will start working just as you wake up, leaving you feeling refreshed and alert.
Image via Giphy Congratulations, you've survived the Group Stage!
It gets easier from the Knockout Phase onwards