Euro 2016: Bracket & Schedule After Saturday

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After Saturday’s meeting between Germany and Italy, Euro 2016 will be down to it’s final four matches.

The biggest surprise is Wales, who knocked off Belgium 3-1 to advance to the semifinals. Wales are playing in their first international tournament since the 1958 World Cup, and have looked impressive through five games. It’s a meeting of Real Madrid stars in the semifinals, as Gareth Bale takes his Welshmen to take on Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal. Ronaldo sweated through an intense penalty shootout against Poland, but Portugal are in the semis for the fourth time in five appearances.

On the host side of the bracket, France and Iceland will play the final quarterfinal on Sunday. The people of Iceland continue to party, and they’ve inspired other nations to jump on the bandwagon. The makers of Iceland kits are having trouble keeping up with demand for product in Scotland, where the locals continue to rub in their English neighbor’s loss to the tiny country.

Here’s the full bracket for the remainder of Euro 2016, followed by a full match schedule:


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Full Schedule (All Times Eastern)

Saturday, July 2nd

Italy vs. Germany – 3:00 p.m.

Sunday, July 3rd

France vs. Iceland – 3:00 p.m.

Wednesday, July 6th

Portugal vs. Wales – 3:00 p.m.

Thursday, July 7th

Semifinal 2

Sunday, July 10th

Euro 2016 Final


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