UEFA Euro 2016 will be taking place from 10th June 2016 to 10th July 2016 in 10 different venues across France this summer.

It is the second biggest international tournament only behind FIFA World Cup 2014 and this year’s edition just go bigger with UEFA expanded the competition with 24 teams taking part unlike 16 teams in previous events.

Euro 2016 has reached the semifinal matches and then final match.

Euro 2016 Semifinal Matches: 

We have our final four teams as Wales will take on Portugal while Hosts France face Germany in the two semifinals set to be played on Wednesday, 06 July and Thursday, 07 July 2016.

The final will be on Sunday, 10th July. Likely between Portugal and France let's see what happen.

Below is the schedule of upcoming matches.
Wales vs Portugal Live Stream Euro 2016Wales vs Portugal – 1st Semifinal
Date: Wednesday, 06 July 2016 – Time: 8:00 p.m
Venue: Stade des Lumieres, Lyon
TV Channels: ITV 1 (UK), beIN Sports (France, Middle-east, Australia), Sony SIX (India)


France vs Ireland Highlights 2016France vs Germany – 2nd Semifinal
Date: Thursday, 07 July 2016 – Time: 08:00 p.m
Venue: Stade Velodrome, Marseille
TV Channels: BBC One (UK), ESPN (USA), Sony SIX (India)


The final will be played on Sunday, 10th July 2016 at the Stade de France. The final game will be broadcasted both on BBC one and ITV 1 in the UK. If Wales qualify for the final, Welsh national tv S4C will also broadcast the game live in Welsh commentary.

However if you don’t have access to live action on TV, you can always tune in here to get the free live streaming links.

We usually use youtube or Ustream links which are very much compatible on any device (PC, Mobile and Ipads).

It will all start with lavish opening ceremony just before the first fixture between France and Romania and ITV coverage will begin at-least 30 minutes before the opening ceremony.

So if you don't have access to live tv coverage or stuck at work, you can always tune in here to see live football matches with decent quality streams made available on this page.

Bookies has installed France as favourites to win the title in their home turf while world champions Germany and defending champions Spain are already out of the tournamet of this year’s event.


From : totalsportek.com