The biggest names in European football will be on your screens after SBS secured the free-to-air rights to UEFA EURO 2016 and the stage is set for the final between Portugal and France on Monday morning from 4:15am (AEST) LIVE, FREE and in HD at the Stade de France in Paris.
22 Mar 2016 - 10:00 AM  UPDATED 8 Jul 2016 - 11:11 AM

LIVE EURO 2016 matches on SBS

Portugal v France
Monday 11 July from 4:15am AEST
On SBS in HD and streamed online

EURO 2016 Match Guide and Standings
EURO 2016 is the first European Championship to be contested by 24 teams, with a total of 51 matches played at 10 venues over four weeks. Here are all the matches, results and standings for the six groups as teams look to claim the continent's top prize.
EURO 2016 Predictor
EURO 2016 is the first edition of the UEFA European Championship to be contested by 24 teams and with 51 games to be played in a month across 10 French cities - but now it's down to 16 so who wins it from here?

Watch Cristiano Ronaldo, Manuel Neuer, Wayne Rooney, Andres Iniesta, Gareth Bale and Paul Pogba, as they all battle for European glory.

The coverage of EURO 2016 will include eight (8) live matches, including the final on SBS and SBS HD, as well as four delayed matches, with a daily highlights show on matchdays - 23 in total - at 6:30pm on SBS 2.*

SBS’s broadcast of EURO 2016 will commence on 11 June with the opening match between France and Romania, with daily news and video highlights on The World Game website.

Results of EURO 2016 matches broadcast on SBS

Thursday 7 July

Monday 4 July

POLAND 1-1* PORTUGAL (3-5 penalty shootout)
Friday 1 July

Round of 16
Tuesday 28 June

Round of 16
Sunday 26 June

Group E
Tuesday 14 June

Group A
Saturday 11 June

EURO 2016 Highlights Show on SBS 2 at 6:30pm

Saturday 11 June – Thursday 23 June
Sunday 26 June – Tuesday 28 June
Friday 1 July – Monday 4 July
Thursday 7 July – Friday 8 July
Monday 11 July
*On Sunday 12 June, Sunday 19 June, Sunday 26 June, Sunday 3 July broadcast at 5:30pm.

The 2016 edition of the European football championships is the biggest yet, with 24 teams competing across France for the Henri Delauney Trophy. Spain enters the tournament as the two time reigning champions, but will face a huge battle against world champions Germany, a revitalised England and the host nation themselves.

"SBS is pleased to have obtained the exclusive free-to-air rights for the UEFA EURO 2016," SBS Director of Sport Ken Shipp said.

"We’re incredibly passionate and proud about our football heritage. SBS has been in the football business for over 30 years and we believe that football is a sport that truly reflects our unique Charter by connecting Australia’s diverse communities."