Euro 2016: Results and schedule

Four Euro 2016 games are on tap for Tuesday. Only Spain, winner of its first two games in Group D, has clinched a berth in the knockout stage.

MONDAY. Playing in its first European Championship, Wales won Group B when it beat Russia, 3-0, and England and Slovakia played to a scoreless tie.

The Welsh raced out to a 2-0 lead after the opening 20 minutes on goals by Aaron Ramsey and Neil Taylor and Gareth Bale scored his third goal of Euro 2016, becoming just the seventh player to score in all three group games at the tournament. After the game, Leonid Slutsky quit as Russia's coach.

The Group B championship is considered the biggest moment for Welsh soccer since reaching the quarterfinals at the 1958 World Cup.

England was basically assured of reaching the next round, but the scoreless draw against Slovakia was a major letdown.

England coach Roy Hodgson made six changes for the Slovakia game, dropping Wayne Rooney, Kyle Walker, Danny Rose, Dele Alli, Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane.

Note: All times ET.

GROUP A
June 10 in St. Denis
France 2 (Giroud 58, Payet 89) Romania 1 (Stancu 65 pen.).
June 11 in Lens
Switzerland 1 (Schaer 5) Albania 0.
June 15 in Paris
Romania 1 (Stancu 18 pen.) Switzerland 1 (Mehmedi 56).
June 15 in Marseille
France 2 (Griezmann 89, Payet 90+2) Albania 0.
June 19 in Lyon
Albania 1 (Sadiku 43) Romania 0.
June 19 in Lille
France 0 Switzerland 0.

Final Standings:
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
7 France 2-1-0 4/1
5 Switzerland 1-0-2 2/1
3 Albania 1-0-2 1/3
1 Romania 0-1-2 2/4

GROUP B
June 11 in Bordeaux
Wales 2 (Bale 10, Robson-Kanu 81) Slovakia 1 (Duda 61).
June 11 in Marseille
England 1 (Dier 73) Russia 1 (Berezutsky 90+2).
June 15 in Lille
Slovakia 2 (Weiss 32, Hamsik 45) Russia 1 (Glushakov 80).
June 16 in Lens
England 2 (England 2 (Vardy 56, Sturridge 90+1) Wales 1 (Bale 42).
June 20 in Toulouse
Wales 3 (Ramsey 9, Taylor 20, Bale 67) Russia 0.
June 20 in St. Etienne
Slovakia 0 England 0.

Final Standings:
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
6 Wales 2-0-1 6/3
5 England 1-2-0 3/2
4 Slovakia 1-1-1 3/3
1 Russia 0-1-2 2/6

GROUP C
June 12 in Nice
Poland 1 (Milik  51) Northern Ireland 0.
June 12 in Lille
Germany 2 (Mustafi 19, Schweinsteiger 90+2) Ukraine 0.
June 16 in Lyon
Northern Ireland 2 (McAuley 49, McGinn 90+6) Ukraine 0.
June 16 in St. Denis
Germany 0 Poland 0.
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June 21 in Marseille
Ukraine vs. Poland, noon, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes (at 5 pm)
June 21 in Paris
Northern Ireland vs. Germany, noon, ESPN, ESPN Deportes

Standings:
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
4 Germany 1-1-0 2/0
4 Poland 1-1-0 1/0
3 Northern Ireland 1-0-1 2/1
0 Ukraine 0-0-2 0/4

GROUP D
June 12 in Paris
Croatia 1 (Modric 41) Turkey 0.
June 13 in Toulouse
Spain 1 (Pique 87) Czech Republic 0.
June 17 in St. Etienne
Czech Republic 2 (Skoda 76, Necid 90+3 pen.) Croatia 2 (Perisic 37, Rakitic 59).
June 17 in Nice
Spain 3 (Morata 34, 48, Nolito 37) Turkey 0.
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June 21 in Lens
Czech Republic vs. Turkey, 3 pm, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes (at 7 pm)
June 21 in Bordeaux
Croatia vs. Spain, 3 pm, ESPN, ESPN Deportes

Standings:
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
6 Spain 2-0-0 4/0
4 Croatia 1-1-0 3/2
1 Czech Republic 0-1-1 2/3
0 Turkey 0-0-2 0/4

GROUP E
June 13 in St. Denis
Ireland 1 (Hoolahan 48) Sweden 1 (own goal 71).
June 13 in Lyon
Italy 2 (Giaccherini 32, Pelle 90+2) Belgium 0.
June 17 in Toulouse
Italy 1 (Eder 88) Sweden 0.
June 18 in Bordeaux
Belgium 3 (Lukaku 48, 70, Witsel 61) Ireland 0.
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June 22 in Lille

Italy vs. Ireland, 3 pm, ESPN, ESPN Deportes
June 22 in Nice
Sweden vs. Belgium, 3 pm, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes (at 7 pm)

Standings:
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
6 Italy 2-0-0 3/0
3 Belgium 1-0-1 2/3
1 Sweden 0-1-1 1/2
1 Ireland 0-0-1 1/4

GROUP F
June 14 in Bordeaux
Hungary 2 (Szalai 62, Stieber 87) Austria 0.
June 14 in St. Etienne
Portugal 1 (Nani 31) Iceland 1 (Bjarnason 50).
June 18 in Marseille
Iceland 1 (Sigurdsson 39 pen.) Hungary 1 (own goal 88).
June 18 in Paris
Portugal 0 Austria 0.
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June 22 in St. Denis
Iceland vs. Austria, noon, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes (at 5 pm)
June 22 in Lyon
Hungary vs. Portugal, noon, ESPN, ESPN Deportes

Standings:
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
4 Hungary 1-1-0 3/1
2 Iceland 0-2-0 2/2
2 Portland 0-2- 1/1
1 Austria 0-1-1 0/2
 
ROUND OF 16
June 25 in St. Etienne
Match 1: Switzerland vs. 2C, 9 am, ESPN, ESPN Deportes
June 25 in Paris
Match 2: Wales vs. 3ACD, noon, ESPN, ESPN Deportes
June 25 in Lens
Match 3: 1D vs. 3BEF, 3 pm, ESPN, ESPN Deportes
June 26 in Lyon
Match 4: France vs. 3CDE, 9 am, ESPN, ESPN Deportes
June 26 in Lille
Match 5: 1C vs. 3ABF, noon, ESPN, ESPN Deportes
June 26 in Toulouse
Match 6: 1F vs. 2E, 3 pm, ESPN, ESPN Deportes
June 27 in St. Denis
Match 7: 1E vs. 2D, noon, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes
June 27 in Nice
Match 8: England vs. 2F, 3 pm, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes

QUARTERFINALS
June 30 in Marseille
Match 9: Winner Match 1 vs. Winner Match 3, 3 pm, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes
July 1 in Lille
Match 10: Winner Match 2 vs. Winner Match 6, 3 pm, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes
July 2 in Bordeaux
Match 11: Winner Match 5 vs. Winner Match 7, 3 pm, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes
July 3 in St. Denis
Match 12: Winner Match 4 vs. Winner Match 8, 3 pm, ESPN, ESPN Deportes

SEMIFINALS
July 6 in Lyon
Match 13: Winner Match 9 vs. Winner Match 10, 3 pm, ESPN, ESPN Deportes
July 7 in Marseille
Match 14: Winner Match 11 vs. Winner Match 12, 3 pm, ESPN, ESPN Deportes

FINAL
July 10 in St. Denis
Winner Match 13 vs. Winner Match 14, 3 pm, ESPN, ESPN Deportes

2 comments about "Euro 2016: Results and schedule".
  1. Kyr-Roger St.-Denis, June 20, 2016 at 10:04 p.m.

    England have been a massive disappointment so far, with uninspired performances against both Russia and Slovakia. They should have been able to slash through both opponents with quick passing, but instead played as though destiny would see them to victory. Have to lay the blame for that at Hodgson's feet. He seems not to know what to do with the talent in the team.

  2. Claus Fischer, June 20, 2016 at 10:47 p.m.

    This is probably the most talented English side in recent memory. Going back to the 1990's? Yes, surely going back at least that far. Good for Wales. Even if nothing else occurs positively for Wales in this tournament, finishing as group leaders above England is a massive slap in the face of the nation that always is assuredly telling us (and everyone in the UK and Commonwealth) that they have the best league in the world. Managing just three goals scored in 270 minutes of soccer is a sad commentary - and certainly unworthy of English football and a second place group finish.

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