Friday evening, host country France will kick off against Romania in Paris. Would you like to follow everything relating to Euro 2016 football from that moment onwards, you can choose from a range of apps, including the UEFA Euro 2016 Official App. It provides information about the teams, the players, the matches, ticket sales, and the cities hosting the matches. Every country is covered by an experienced journalist, who will post the latest updates in the app. In addition, fans can use the fan zone, with links to groups and lists (for example, to create your favourite European Championship team of all time).
When you open the app for the first time, you are given the option to follow a country and individual players; you can change this later on. News about your favourites will be shown at the top of the list. During the matches, UEFA Euro 2016 serves as a ‘second screen’ with statistics, videos and comments.
A disadvantage in the app is that you cannot switch off the advertisements, not even if you were to pay.