Security is a priority following the attacks in Brussels when Germany hosts England on Saturday in Berlin. But it’s also a chance for the teams to test themselves ahead of EURO 2016.
The European Championship’s simplicity used to be one of its biggest strengths. But its expansion will take the edge of some fixtures and reward mediocrity, writes DW’s Matt Pearson.
England's 2-1 defeat to tiny Iceland has had immediate repercussions for the Three Lions. Before the match coach Roy Hodgson had said a loss would end his tenure, and on Monday he proved as good as his word.
Thousands of seats remained empty when Germany faced England in Dortmund. Germany's national team manager, Oliver Bierhoff, thinks too much football is having a negative effect on the game.
Join DW.com's coverage of the latest action at Euro 2016. First, Russia take on Slovakia, before Switzerland and Romania battle it out. Hosts France end the night with a game against Albania.
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