With an expanded 24-team format, the 2016 edition of UEFA Euro Cup is set to start on Friday, 10 June, with hosts France taking on Romania in the first game of the tournament.
Defending champions Spain will hope to bury the ghosts of their 2014 World Cup disaster when they start their title defence on 13 June.
On the other hand, both France and Germany are among the favourites to lift the Henri Delaunay trophy next month, with both sides arguably possessing two of the strongest squads on paper.
Former champions Italy will hope to improve their 2012 campaign, where they finished as the runners-up, when they start their campaign on Monday, 13 June, against Belgium.
The 24 teams in the tournament have been divided into six groups, with 16 teams set to progress to the first knockout round.
Group A: France, Romania, Albania and Switzerland
Group B: England, Russia, Wales and Slovakia
Group C: Germany, Ukraine, Poland and Northern Ireland
Group D: Spain, Czech Republic, Turkey and Croatia
Group E: Belgium, Italy, Ireland and Sweden
Group F: Portugal, Iceland, Austria and Hungary
Group stages - 10-22 June
Round of 16 - 25-27 June
Quarter-finals - 30 June to 3 July
Semi-finals - 6 and 7 July
Final - 10 July.
10 players to watch out for
Cristiano Ronaldo - Portugal
Gareth Bale - Wales
Antoine Griezmann - France
Thomas Muller - Germany
Robert Lewandowski - Poland
Harry Kane - England
Kevin de Bruyne - Belgium
David de Gea - Spain
Paul Pogba - France
Zlatan Ibrahimovic - Sweden
Five teams are making their debuts in the competition this term, namely Albania, Iceland, Northern Ireland, Slovakia and Wales.
All these five sides are rank outsiders to win the tournament, with Wales at 80/1 enjoying the best odds from bookmakers, among the debutants, to win the tournament.
France and Romania will kick off the tournament at 12.30 am on Saturday, 11 June (Indian Standard Time - IST).
All the games will be shown live on Sony Six and Sony ESPN, with the broadcaster roping in Abu Dhabi-based English TV presenter Joe Morrison to host the pre, mid and post-match shows.