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Four bids came before the deadline on 9 March France, Italy and Turkey put in single bids while Norway and Sweden put in a joint bid. The host was selected on 28 May The seeding pots were formed on the basis of the UEFA national team coefficients , with the Euro champions Spain and hosts France automatically top seeded.
The 53 national sides were drawn into eight groups of six teams and one group of five teams. The group winners, runners-up, and the best third-placed team with the results against the sixth-placed team discarded qualify directly for the final tournament.
The remaining eight third-placed teams contested two-legged play-offs to determine the last four qualifiers. Thirteen of the sixteen teams including hosts France that qualified for Euro qualified again for the final tournament.
Among them were England , who became only the sixth team to record a flawless qualifying campaign 10 wins in 10 matches ,  defending European champions Spain , and world champions Germany , who qualified for their 12th straight European Championship finals.
Romania , Turkey , Austria and Switzerland all returned after missing out in , with the Austrians qualifying for just their second final Euro tournament, after having co-hosted Euro Scotland were the only team from the British Isles not to qualify for the finals,  and champions Greece finished bottom in their group and failed to qualify for the first time since Two other previous champions, the Netherlands and Denmark , missed out on the finals.
The remaining teams were seeded into four pots of five Pot 1 or six teams Pots 2, 3 and 4. As the title holders, Spain were seeded in Pot 1, while the other 22 teams were seeded according to the UEFA national team coefficients updated after the completion of the qualifying group stage excluding the play-offs , which were released by UEFA on 14 October Teams were drawn consecutively into Group A to F.
First, the Pot 1 teams were assigned to the first positions of their groups, while next the positions of all other teams were drawn separately from Pot 4 to 2 for the purposes of determining the match schedules in each group.
Ten stadiums were used for the competition. Initially, twelve stadiums were presented for the French bid, chosen on 28 May These venues were to be whittled down to nine by the end of May , but it was suggested in June that eleven venues might be used.
In June , the number of host venues was increased to eleven due to the new tournament format featuring 24 teams, instead of the previous Two other possible options, the Stade de la Beaujoire in Nantes and the Stade de la Mosson in Montpellier venues which were used for the World Cup were not chosen.
Each team had a "team base camp" for its stay between the matches. The teams trained and resided in these locations throughout the tournament, travelling to games staged away from their bases.
From an initial list of 66 bases, the 24 participating teams had to confirm their selection with UEFA by 31 January The selected team base camps were announced on 2 March To accommodate the expansion from a team finals tournament to 24 teams, the format was changed from that used in with the addition of two extra groups in the group stage, and an extra round in the knockout phases.
The six groups A to F still contained four teams each, with the top two from each group still going through to the knockout phase.
In the new format, however, the four best third-ranked sides also progress, leaving 16 teams going into the new round-of knockout phases, ahead of the usual quarter-finals, semi-finals and final, and only 8 teams going out at the group stage.
This format generates a total of 51 matches, compared with 31 matches for the previous team tournament, to be played over a period of 31 days.
Each national team had to submit a squad of 23 players, three of whom must be goalkeepers, at least ten days before the opening match of the tournament.
Hungarian referee Viktor Kassai was chosen to officiate the opener between France and Romania. Two match officials, who serve only as fourth officials, and two reserve assistant referees were also named: UEFA announced the tournament schedule on 25 April ,   which was confirmed on 12 December , after the final draw.
Group winners, runners-up, and the best four third-placed teams advanced to the Round of If two or more teams were equal on points on completion of the group matches, the following tie-breaking criteria would be applied: In the knockout phase, extra time and a penalty shoot-out were used to decide the winner if necessary.
The UEFA Technical Team was given the objective of naming a team of 11 players during the tournament, a change from the man squads in the past competitions.
The Golden Boot was awarded to Antoine Griezmann , who scored one goal in the group stage and five in the knockout phase. The Silver Boot was awarded to Cristiano Ronaldo , who scored two goals in the group stage and one in the knockout phase, as well as providing three assists.
The Bronze Boot was awarded to Olivier Giroud , who scored one goal in the group stage and two in the knockout phase, as well as providing two assists; compatriot Dimitri Payet amassed the same tally, but played 50 more minutes than Giroud.
The Goal of the Tournament was decided by online voting. A total 5 goals were in the shortlist. A player is automatically suspended for the next match for the following offences: The following suspensions were served during the tournament: Pre-tournament concerns included heavy flooding of the River Seine in Paris,  and strikes in the transport sector shortly before the beginning of the event.
Following the attacks on Paris on 13 November , including one in which the intended target was a game at the Stade de France, controversies about the safety of players and tourists during the upcoming tournament arose.
We will continue to do everything we can so that security is assured despite all the risks that this entails. I know that everyone is vigilant.
Obviously, this means that we will now be even more vigilant. A "suspicious vehicle" near the Stade de France was destroyed by a police-mandated controlled explosion on 3 July, hours before the venue held the quarter-final between France and Iceland.
The day before the tournament, fighting broke out between local youths and England fans in Marseille; police dispersed the local youths with tear gas.
On 10 June, English fans at Marseille clashed with police. Additionally, 50 Russian fans were deported. The English team was also warned about disqualification, but was not formally charged.
Late in the Group D match between the Czech Republic and Croatia , flares were thrown onto the pitch from where Croatia supporters were massed.
The match was paused for several minutes while they were cleared up. The football pitches at French stadiums were criticised during the group stage for their poor quality.
France coach Didier Deschamps was especially critical. The pitch at Lille received particular attention with players slipping continuously and with groundsmen forced at halftime to try to repair the cut up pitch.
The first time was the St. Jakob-Park in Basel during Euro Before the final match started, the stadium was invaded by Silver Y moths , which caused some irritation to the players, staff and coaches.
The reason this occurred is because the workers at the stadium left the lights switched on the day before the match which attracted huge swaths of insects.
The players and coaches of each team during the warm-up tried swatting the moths, and ground staff used brushes to clean moths from the walls, ground and other places.
The official logo was unveiled on 26 June , during a ceremony at the Pavillon Cambon Capucines in Paris. The logo depicts the Henri Delaunay Trophy with the blue, white and red colours of the French flag, surrounded by a mixture of shapes and lines representing different artistic movements and football elements.
Asked about its meaning, Jacques Lambert, chairman of the Euro organising committee, told that the slogan "is much more than a reminder of dates He further explained that "UEFA is sending out an invitation to football fans throughout the world and to lovers of major events, an invitation to meet up and share the emotions of an elite-level tournament".
The official mascot of the tournament, Super Victor , was unveiled on 18 November The name of the mascot was revealed on 30 November after receiving about 50, votes from the public on the official UEFA website, beating the other nominated names of "Driblou" and "Goalix".
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