EURO 2016 Final - Come out to support Les Bleus on Sunday!
Les Bleus, who won the last two major tournaments they have hosted, will go for a third against Portugal on Sunday at the Stade de France, potentially elevating them alongside the iconic, tournament-winning teams of 1984 and 1998. Those sides were inspired by Michel Platini and Zinédine Zidane respectively. Already, Antoine Griezmann is threatening to gatecrash that pantheon of French greats.
They have wrested themselves free of a hold the Germans have had on them in competitive fixtures stretching back over half a century and in the process, removed the world champions from the tournament. Antoine Griezmann, one of the outstanding players of this season, scored both goals to set up a final clash with Cristiano Ronaldo and his Portugal team on Sunday.
The match will be broadcast live on Sunday July 10 at 3 p.m. Doors will open at 2:15 p.m. as well as the bar, and juice boxes will be available for children.
The biggest party of all is yet to come!