France is scheduled to host the 2016 UEFA European Championship, with matches contested at 10 different stadiums throughout the country. The tournament's final match is scheduled for Stade de France in Saint-Denis, while the semifinal venues are Stade des Lumieres in Lyon and Stade Velodrome in Marseille.Continue Reading
Europe's 24 best teams qualified for UEFA Euro 2016, which is scheduled to begin on June 10 and end on July 10. The UEFA Executive Committee voted for France to host the tournament over Italy and Turkey, which also submitted bids.
Seven matches are scheduled at Saint-Denis, while Marseille, Lyon and Lille each have six scheduled matches. Five matches each are scheduled at Paris and Bordeaux. Saint-Etienne, Nice, Lens and Toulouse each have four scheduled matches.Learn more about Soccer/Football