As for just one instance of tomfoolery, refer to this post.
And welp, Wembley Stadium had capacity limits for the finals and now they don't! All, they've essentially increased the number of fans that can attend because UEFA wanted more
Czech Republic vs. England, 0 - 1
Scotland vs. Croatia, 1 - 3
Today's matches (OP doesn't know shit about football but she thinks today will be a doozy)
Group E: Slovakia 🇸🇰 vs. Spain 🇪🇸 (Seville; noon ET, 6 p.m. CET)
Group E: Sweden 🇸🇪 vs. Poland 🇵🇱 (Saint Petersburg; noon ET, 6 p.m. CET)
Group F: Germany 🇩🇪 vs. Hungary 🇭🇺 (Munich; 3 p.m. ET, 9 p.m. CET)
Group F: Portugal 🇵🇹 vs. France 🇫🇷 (Budapest; 3 p.m. ET, 9 p.m. CET)
Positive vibes only... well, selective positive vibes.
- Spain needs a win will place them first or second. A draw would have them automatically qualify as a third place team. A loss would eliminate them.
- Slovakia needs a win or draw would result in qualification.
- Sweden needs a win and they top Group E. A draw and they’d finish no lower than second. A loss would probably push them through, too, as a four point, third-place team.
- Poland needs to fucking win. Any other result and they’re out of the tournament. #prayforpolandshotcoach
- France needs: A win against Portugal would finish first place in the group and a meeting with a third-place finisher from Group A, B or C. If after this match, should France falter and finish second, they would have to play England in the first knockout stage.
- Portugal needs to find where their fucking goal net is. They also need a win or draw against France to qualify for the Round of 16. In the event of a Portugal draw and Germany win/draw, the Portuguese would finish in third with four points, but would still qualify.
- Germany needs: A win, which will send them through no matter what. They can lose, as long as France beats Portugal, but it comes down to goal difference. If they lose by three or more goals, they’re out of the tournament.
- Hungary needs: A win would send them through.
Sources 1 2 3 (sorry ass ESPN FC)