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Euro 2016 Présentation des 24 équipes de tournoi

  • Date: 9 juin 2016

(Groupe A)

Sur ses terres, la France tentera de gagner un troisième Championnat d’Europe, après ceux de 1984 et 2000. Privés de Raphaël Varane, Lassana Diarra ou encore Karim Benzema, les Bleus pourront néanmoins compter sur une attaque de feu pour le plus loin possible dans la compétition.

(TOP, L-R) France's forward Dumitri Payet, France's defender Adil Rami, France's forward Olivier Giroud, France's midfielder Paul Pogba, France's defender Laurent Koscielny, France's goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, (BOTTOM, L-R) France's midfielder N'Golo Kante, France's defender Bacary Sagna, France's defender Patrice Evra, France's midfielder Blaise Matuidi and France's forward Kingsley Coman pose before the friendly football match France versus Scotland, at the St Symphorien Stadium in Metz, eastern France, on June 4, 2016. France defeated Scotland 3-0. / AFP PHOTO / FRANCK FIFE

Meilleure défense des éliminatoires (2 buts encaissés seulement), la Roumanie sera le premier adversaire de la France lors de la compétition. La sélection roumaine compte donc d’appuyer sur son arrière-garde pour empêcher les Bleus de commencer par une victoire, au stade de France.

Romania's players pose for a team photo prior to the match against Georgia at UEFA EURO 2016 friendly football match in Bucharest on June 3, 2016. (Top from L to R) Defender Cosmin Moti, Forward Bogdan Stancu, Defender Cristian Sapunaru, Midfield Mihai Pintilii and Goalkeeper Ciprian Tatarusanu. (Bottom from L to R) Midfield Ovidiu Hoban, Midfield Nicolae Stanciu, Midfield Adrian Popa, Forward Florin Andone, Defender Razvan Rat and Defender Dragos Grigore / AFP PHOTO / DANIEL MIHAILESCU
Romania’s players pose for a team photo prior to the match against Georgia at UEFA EURO 2016 friendly football match in Bucharest on June 3, 2016.
(Top from L to R) Defender Cosmin Moti, Forward Bogdan Stancu, Defender Cristian Sapunaru, Midfield Mihai Pintilii and Goalkeeper Ciprian Tatarusanu.
(Bottom from L to R) Midfield Ovidiu Hoban, Midfield Nicolae Stanciu, Midfield Adrian Popa, Forward Florin Andone, Defender Razvan Rat and Defender Dragos Grigore / AFP PHOTO / DANIEL MIHAILESCU

Pour sa première participation à une phase finale de Championnat d’Europe, l’Albanie, emmenée par Lorik Cana et Elseid Hysaj, tentera de sortir de son groupe, où tout reste abordable. Les Albanais seront les deuxièmes adversaires des Bleus.

Albania's players pose for a team picture ahead the friendly football match between Albania and Qatar in Hartberg, Austria, on May 29, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JOE KLAMAR
Albania’s players pose for a team picture ahead the friendly football match between Albania and Qatar in Hartberg, Austria, on May 29, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JOE KLAMAR

Troisième adversaire des Bleus dans la compétition, la Suisse n’a pour le moment pas de réelles certitudes, mais espère sortir de son groupe. Attention tout de même à Breel Embolo et Xherdan Shaqiri, qu’il faudra surveiller de près.

Switzerland's team pose before the International friendly football match between Switzerland and Moldavia in Lugano, on June 03, 2016, in preparation for the UEFA Euro 2016. / AFP PHOTO / GIUSEPPE CACACE
Switzerland’s team pose before the International friendly football match between Switzerland and Moldavia in Lugano, on June 03, 2016, in preparation for the UEFA Euro 2016. / AFP PHOTO / GIUSEPPE CACACE

(Groupe B)

L’Angleterre fait clairement partie des prétendantes à la victoire finale. Si elle n’a jamais réussi à dépasser le stade des demi-finales dans la compétition, elle peut compter sur Rooney, Vardy, Kane ou encore Alli pour réussir cet exploit.

England players pose for a photograph (back row L-R), England's defender Kyle Walker, England's midfielder Dele Alli, England's defender Gary Cahill, England's goalkeeper Joe Hart, England's defender John Stones and England's midfielder Eric Dier, (front row L-R) England's defender Danny Rose, England's striker Jamie Vardy, England's striker Harry Kane, England's midfielder Raheem Sterling and England's midfielder Jack Wilshere ahead of the friendly football match between England and Turkey at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, north west England, on May 22, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / PAUL ELLIS / NOT FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING USE / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE
England players pose for a photograph (back row L-R), England’s defender Kyle Walker, England’s midfielder Dele Alli, England’s defender Gary Cahill, England’s goalkeeper Joe Hart, England’s defender John Stones and England’s midfielder Eric Dier, (front row L-R) England’s defender Danny Rose, England’s striker Jamie Vardy, England’s striker Harry Kane, England’s midfielder Raheem Sterling and England’s midfielder Jack Wilshere ahead of the friendly football match between England and Turkey at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, north west England, on May 22, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / PAUL ELLIS / NOT FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING USE / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

Composée essentiellement de joueurs évoluant localement, la Russie semble bien placée pour sortir de son groupe. Dzyuba, qui a fait très mal à l’Olympique lyonnais en Ligue des Champions, sera le leader de l’attaque.

Russian team poses before the friendly football match between Serbia and Russia on June 5, 2016 at the Louis II Stadium in Monaco. / AFP PHOTO / VALERY HACHE
Russian team poses before the friendly football match between Serbia and Russia on June 5, 2016 at the Louis II Stadium in Monaco. / AFP PHOTO / VALERY HACHE

Le Pays de Galles va participer pour la première fois de son histoire à un Championnat d’Europe, et les Gallois souhaiteront marquer le coup, en battant pourquoi pas l’Angleterre. Gareth Bale sera bien évidemment le principal danger de cette équipe, avec Aaron Ramsey.

(Back L-R) Wales' midfielder Jonathan Williams, defender and team captain Ashley Williams, forward Sam Vokes, goalkeeper Wayne Hennesey, defender Ben Davies and defender James Chester, front row L to R midfielder David Vaughan, defender Neil Taylor, defender Chris Gunter, midfielder Andy King and midfielder Aaron Ramsey pose for their team photo ahead of the friendly football match between Sweden and Wales at Friends Arena in Solna near Stockholm on June 5, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JONATHAN NACKSTRAND
(Back L-R) Wales’ midfielder Jonathan Williams, defender and team captain Ashley Williams, forward Sam Vokes, goalkeeper Wayne Hennesey, defender Ben Davies and defender James Chester, front row L to R midfielder David Vaughan, defender Neil Taylor, defender Chris Gunter, midfielder Andy King and midfielder Aaron Ramsey pose for their team photo ahead of the friendly football match between Sweden and Wales at Friends Arena in Solna near Stockholm on June 5, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JONATHAN NACKSTRAND

Pour sa première participation à un Championnat d’Europe, la Slovaquie compte sur Marek Hamsik  pour tenter de sortir de son groupe, où tout est jouable.

Slovakia's players pose for a photo prior to the friendly match between Slovakia and Georgia in Wels, Austria on May 27, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JOE KLAMAR
Slovakia’s players pose for a photo prior to the friendly match between Slovakia and Georgia in Wels, Austria on May 27, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JOE KLAMAR

(Groupe C)

Champions du monde en 2014, les Allemands viennent en France dans le but de réaliser un doublé. Pour cela, la Mannschaft de Joachim Löw pourra s’appuyer sur Mesut Özil (meilleur passeur européen de la saison), Thomas Müller, ou encore Manuel Neuer pour décrocher un quatrième titre européen.

German players (backl-r) goalkeepr Manuel Neuer, Benedikt Hoewedes, Antonio Ruediger, Jonas Hector, Toni Kroos, Sami Khedira, Jerome Boateng, (front l-r) Julian Draxler, Mario Goetze, Thomas Mueller, Mesut Oezil pose prior to during the UEFA EURO 2016 friendly football match Germany vs Hungary at the Veltins Arena in Gelsenkirchen, western Germany on June 4, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / PATRIK STOLLARZ
German players (backl-r) goalkeepr Manuel Neuer, Benedikt Hoewedes, Antonio Ruediger, Jonas Hector, Toni Kroos, Sami Khedira, Jerome Boateng, (front l-r) Julian Draxler, Mario Goetze, Thomas Mueller, Mesut Oezil pose prior to during the UEFA EURO 2016 friendly football match Germany vs Hungary at the Veltins Arena in Gelsenkirchen, western Germany on June 4, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / PATRIK STOLLARZ

Qualifiée pour la compétition après avoir battu la Slovénie en barrages, l’Ukraine, forte de quatre victoires en autant de matchs de préparation, pourrait tirer son épingle du jeu dans son groupe.

Ukraine's players (first row - L to R) midfielder Viktor Kovalenko, forward Roman Zozulya, defender Artem Fedetskyi, midfielder Ruslan Rotan, defender Yevhen Khacheridi (2nd row - L to R) defender Vyacheslav Shevchuk, goalkeeper Andriy Pyatov, defender Oleksandr Kucher, midfielder Denys Harmash and forward Andriy Yarmolenko pose prior to the international friendly football match between Ukraine and Wales at the Olimpiyskiy stadium in Kiev on March 28, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / SERGEI SUPINSKY
Ukraine’s players (first row – L to R) midfielder Viktor Kovalenko, forward Roman Zozulya, defender Artem Fedetskyi, midfielder Ruslan Rotan, defender Yevhen Khacheridi (2nd row – L to R) defender Vyacheslav Shevchuk, goalkeeper Andriy Pyatov, defender Oleksandr Kucher, midfielder Denys Harmash and forward Andriy Yarmolenko pose prior to the international friendly football match between Ukraine and Wales at the Olimpiyskiy stadium in Kiev on March 28, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / SERGEI SUPINSKY

Deuxième de son groupe de qualifications à un point de l’Allemagne, qu’elle retrouve dans son groupe, la Pologne pourrait bien être une des surprises de cet Euro. Pour cela, il faudra un Robert Lewandowski en pleine forme.

Poland's national team (top L-R) goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, Arkadiusz Milik, Artur Jedrzejczyk, Lukasz Piszczek, Kamil Glik, (bottom L-R) Jakub Blaszczykowski, Piotr Zielinski, Michal Pazdan, Krzysztof Maczynski, Robert Lewandowski and Kamil Grosicki pose before the friendly football match between Poland and Netherlands on June 1, 2016 in Gdansk. / AFP PHOTO / JANEK SKARZYNSKI
Poland’s national team (top L-R) goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, Arkadiusz Milik, Artur Jedrzejczyk, Lukasz Piszczek, Kamil Glik, (bottom L-R) Jakub Blaszczykowski, Piotr Zielinski, Michal Pazdan, Krzysztof Maczynski, Robert Lewandowski and Kamil Grosicki pose before the friendly football match between Poland and Netherlands on June 1, 2016 in Gdansk. / AFP PHOTO / JANEK SKARZYNSKI

 L’Irlande du Nord fait sa première apparition dans un Championnat d’Europe, et de très belle manière, puisqu’elle a terminé à la première position de son groupe lors des éliminatoires. L’équipe pourra compter sur l’ancien mancunien Jonathan Evans pour jouer les trouble-fêtes dans son groupe.

Back row L-R, Northern Ireland's goalkeeper Roy Carroll, Northern Ireland's midfielder Shane Ferguson, Northern Ireland's defender Patrick McNair, Northern Ireland's defender Craig Cathcart, Northern Ireland's defender Jonathan Evans and Northern Ireland's defender Gareth Mcauley, and front row L-R, Northern Ireland's defender Michael Smith, Northern Ireland's striker Jamie Ward, Northern Ireland's midfielder Steven Davis, Northern Ireland's striker Conor Washington and Northern Ireland's midfielder Oliver Norwood pose for a team photograph ahead of the international friendly football match between Northern Ireland and Slovenia at the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park in Belfast on March 28, 2016. Northern Ireland made it a record 10 matches unbeaten as Conor Washington underlined his case for a place at Euro 2016 with the goal that clinched a 1-0 friendly win over Slovenia. / AFP PHOTO / PAUL FAITH
Back row L-R, Northern Ireland’s goalkeeper Roy Carroll, Northern Ireland’s midfielder Shane Ferguson, Northern Ireland’s defender Patrick McNair, Northern Ireland’s defender Craig Cathcart, Northern Ireland’s defender Jonathan Evans and Northern Ireland’s defender Gareth Mcauley, and front row L-R, Northern Ireland’s defender Michael Smith, Northern Ireland’s striker Jamie Ward, Northern Ireland’s midfielder Steven Davis, Northern Ireland’s striker Conor Washington and Northern Ireland’s midfielder Oliver Norwood pose for a team photograph ahead of the international friendly football match between Northern Ireland and Slovenia at the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park in Belfast on March 28, 2016.
Northern Ireland made it a record 10 matches unbeaten as Conor Washington underlined his case for a place at Euro 2016 with the goal that clinched a 1-0 friendly win over Slovenia. / AFP PHOTO / PAUL FAITH

(Groupe D)

Double tenante du titre, l’Espagne fait évidemment partie des favorites dans cet Euro. Pour décrocher un quatrième titre dans cette compétition, la Roja pourra s’appuyer sur un effectif de qualité, emmené par Andrés Iniesta et Sergio Ramos.

(FromL) Spain players, (back row) goalkeeper David de Gea, defender Sergio Ramos, midfielder Sergio Busquets, defender Gerard Pique, forward Aritz Aduriz, (front row) midfielder Lucas Vazquez, midfielder Cesc Fabregas, defender Juanfran, forward Nolito, midfielder Thiago and defender Jordi Alba pose before the EURO 2016 friendly football match Spain vs Georgia at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez stadium in Getafe, on June 7, 2016, in preparation for the upcoming Euro 2016 European football championship. / AFP PHOTO / CURTO DE LA TORRE
(FromL) Spain players, (back row) goalkeeper David de Gea, defender Sergio Ramos, midfielder Sergio Busquets, defender Gerard Pique, forward Aritz Aduriz, (front row) midfielder Lucas Vazquez, midfielder Cesc Fabregas, defender Juanfran, forward Nolito, midfielder Thiago and defender Jordi Alba pose before the EURO 2016 friendly football match Spain vs Georgia at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez stadium in Getafe, on June 7, 2016, in preparation for the upcoming Euro 2016 European football championship. / AFP PHOTO / CURTO DE LA TORRE

Vainqueur de l’édition 1976, la République Tchèque ne réussira sans doute pas à rééditer cet exploit, mais pourrait tout de même bien embêter ses adversaires, avec son dernier rempart, Petr Cech.

Czech's footbal team poses for a team photo team prior to their friendly football match against Czech Republic, on June 5, 2016 in Prague, ahead of the Euro 2016 European football championship. (Bottom L to R) Vladimir Darida, Tomas Rosicky, Ladislav Krejci, Josef Sural, Theodor Gebra Selassie (Up L to R) Pavel Kaderabek, David Pavelka, Michal Kadlec, goalkeeper Petr Cech, Tomas Necid and Tomas Sivok / AFP PHOTO / Michal Cizek
Czech’s footbal team poses for a team photo team prior to their friendly football match against Czech Republic, on June 5, 2016 in Prague, ahead of the Euro 2016 European football championship.
(Bottom L to R) Vladimir Darida, Tomas Rosicky, Ladislav Krejci, Josef Sural, Theodor Gebra Selassie
(Up L to R) Pavel Kaderabek, David Pavelka, Michal Kadlec, goalkeeper Petr Cech, Tomas Necid and Tomas Sivok / AFP PHOTO / Michal Cizek

Qualifiée en tant que meilleure troisième lors des éliminatoires, la Turquie aura fort à faire dans un groupe très équilibré. Le coach, Fatih Terim, pourra néanmoins compter sur Arda Turan ou Burak Yilmaz pour faire la différence.

(From up L to bottom R) Turkey's Mehmet Topal, Hakan Kadir Balta, Burak Yilmaz, Ozan Tufan, Volkan Babacan, Arda Turan, Gokhan Gonul, Oguzhan Ozyakup, Caner Erkin, Selcuk Inan and Hakan Calhanoglu pose for a team photo prior to the kick off of the pre-Euro 2016 football friendly match at Stadium Stozice in Ljubljana, Slovenia on June 5, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / Jure Makovec/AFP
(From up L to bottom R) Turkey’s Mehmet Topal, Hakan Kadir Balta, Burak Yilmaz, Ozan Tufan, Volkan Babacan, Arda Turan, Gokhan Gonul, Oguzhan Ozyakup, Caner Erkin, Selcuk Inan and Hakan Calhanoglu pose for a team photo prior to the kick off of the pre-Euro 2016 football friendly match at Stadium Stozice in Ljubljana, Slovenia on June 5, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / Jure Makovec/AFP

Menée par Luka Modric, Mario Mandzukic et Ivan Rakitic, la Croatie pourrait bien être l’une des surprises de cet Euro, après avoir terminé à la deuxième place de son groupe de qualifications, derrière l’Italie.

Croatia's national footbal team (Upper row, L-R) Milan Badelj, Mario Mandzukic, Ivan Rakitic, Gordon Schildenfeld, Danijel Subasic and Ivan Perisic (Bottom row, L-R) Darijo Srna, Domagoj Vida, Marko Pjaca, Ivan Strinic and Luka Modric poses for a team photo before the friendly football match between Croatia and San Marino in Rijeka, Croatia, on June 4, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / STR
Croatia’s national footbal team (Upper row, L-R) Milan Badelj, Mario Mandzukic, Ivan Rakitic, Gordon Schildenfeld, Danijel Subasic and Ivan Perisic (Bottom row, L-R) Darijo Srna, Domagoj Vida, Marko Pjaca, Ivan Strinic and Luka Modric poses for a team photo before the friendly football match between Croatia and San Marino in Rijeka, Croatia, on June 4, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / STR

(Groupe E)

Tête de série dans le groupe le plus relevé de ce tournoi, la Belgique, privée de Vincent Kompany, pourra néanmoins compter sur un très bel effectif, et notamment Eden Hazard, qui aura sans doute à cœur de réaliser de belles performances, après une saison très moyenne.

Belgium's national football team (First row - L to R) defender Toby Alderweireld, forward Michy Batshuayi, midfielder Kevin De Bruyne, midfielder Eden Hazard, defender Thomas Vermaelen (2nd row - L to R) goalkeeper Simon Mignolet, defender Jason Denayer, midfielder Axel Witsel, midfielder Marouane Fellaini, defender Jan Vertonghen and forward Divock Origi, pose for a picture ahead of a friendly football match between Belgium and Finland, at the King Baudouin Stadium, on June 1, 2016 in Brussels. / AFP PHOTO / JOHN THYS
Belgium’s national football team (First row – L to R) defender Toby Alderweireld, forward Michy Batshuayi, midfielder Kevin De Bruyne, midfielder Eden Hazard, defender Thomas Vermaelen (2nd row – L to R) goalkeeper Simon Mignolet, defender Jason Denayer, midfielder Axel Witsel, midfielder Marouane Fellaini, defender Jan Vertonghen and forward Divock Origi, pose for a picture ahead of a friendly football match between Belgium and Finland, at the King Baudouin Stadium, on June 1, 2016 in Brussels. / AFP PHOTO / JOHN THYS

Qualifiée en tant que barragiste, l’équipe irlandaise n’aura pas la tâche facile au vu des adversaires présents dans son groupe. Elle pourra néanmoins compter sur son attaquant légendaire, Robbie Keane, qui évolue aujourd’hui en MLS (LA Galaxy).

The Republic of Ireland starting XI, (top L-R) James McClean, Daryl Murphy, Cyrus Christie, David Meyler, Richard Keogh, Stephen Ward, Ciaran Clark (bottom L-R) Jeff Hendrick, Aiden McGreedy, Shay Given and Darron Gibson line up for the official team photograph before the kick off of the international friendly football match between Republic of Ireland and Belarus at Turner's Cross stadium in Cork, Ireland, on May 31, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / CAROLINE QUINN
The Republic of Ireland starting XI, (top L-R) James McClean, Daryl Murphy, Cyrus Christie, David Meyler, Richard Keogh, Stephen Ward, Ciaran Clark (bottom L-R) Jeff Hendrick, Aiden McGreedy, Shay Given and Darron Gibson line up for the official team photograph before the kick off of the international friendly football match between Republic of Ireland and Belarus at Turner’s Cross stadium in Cork, Ireland, on May 31, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / CAROLINE QUINN

Qualifiée en tant que barragiste après avoir eliminé le Danemark, la Suède a bien l’intention de gêner la Belgique et l’Italie avec, comme atout principal, un certain Zlatan Ibrahimovic, qui dispute peut-être son dernier Euro.

(Top L to R) Swedenís defender Andreas Granqvist, defender Victor Nilsson Lindelof, goalkeeper Andreas Isaksson, midfielder Kim Kallstrom, forward and team captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic, midfielder Jimmy Durmaz (button L to R) forward Marcus Berg, defender Emil Salomonsson, defender Martin Olsson, midfielder Oscar Lewicki and midfielder Emil Forsberg pose for a team's photo ahead of a friendly football match between Sweden and Czech Republic at the Friends Arena in Solna on March 29, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JONATHAN NACKSTRAND
(Top L to R) Swedenís defender Andreas Granqvist, defender Victor Nilsson Lindelof, goalkeeper Andreas Isaksson, midfielder Kim Kallstrom, forward and team captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic, midfielder Jimmy Durmaz (button L to R) forward Marcus Berg, defender Emil Salomonsson, defender Martin Olsson, midfielder Oscar Lewicki and midfielder Emil Forsberg pose for a team’s photo ahead of a friendly football match between Sweden and Czech Republic at the Friends Arena in Solna on March 29, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JONATHAN NACKSTRAND

(Groupe F)

Emmené par Cristiano Ronaldo, le Portugal a plutôt hérité d’un groupe à sa portée, qui devrait lui permettre de se qualifier en huitième de finale sans trop de soucis. La Selecção pourrait même être un sérieux outsider lors de cette compétition, avec un effectif vieillissant, mais de qualité.

(Top L-R) Portugal's Eliseu, Portugal's attacker Joao Eduardo, Portugal's defender Bruno Alves, Portugal's Danilo, Portugal's defender Ricardo Carvalho, Portugal's goalkeeper Rui Patricio and (bottom L-R) Portugal's midfielder Joao Moutinho, Portugal's Vieirinha, Portugal's Rafa, Portugal's attacker Nani and Portugal's Adrien pose before the friendly football match between England and Portugal at Wembley stadium in London on June 2, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / ADRIAN DENNIS
(Top L-R) Portugal’s Eliseu, Portugal’s attacker Joao Eduardo, Portugal’s defender Bruno Alves, Portugal’s Danilo, Portugal’s defender Ricardo Carvalho, Portugal’s goalkeeper Rui Patricio and (bottom L-R) Portugal’s midfielder Joao Moutinho, Portugal’s Vieirinha, Portugal’s Rafa, Portugal’s attacker Nani and Portugal’s Adrien pose before the friendly football match between England and Portugal at Wembley stadium in London on June 2, 2016.
/ AFP PHOTO / ADRIAN DENNIS

Pour sa première participation en phase finale d’un Euro, l’Islande arrive en France avec un objectif : sortir de son groupe. Et cette équipe sera à surveiller, puisqu’elle a réalisé une très belle phase de qualifications, en s’offrant notamment les Pays-Bas. Attention à Gylfi Sigurdsson, qui sera le danger principal de cette équipe.

Iceland's headcoach Lars Lagerback waves after the Euro 2016 friendly football match between Iceland and Liechtenstein in Reykjavik on June 6, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / HALLDOR KOLBEINS
Iceland’s headcoach Lars Lagerback waves after the Euro 2016 friendly football match between Iceland and Liechtenstein in Reykjavik on June 6, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / HALLDOR KOLBEINS

Pour sa deuxième participation à une phase finale d’un Championnat d’Europe (la première était en tant que pays hôté, en 2008), l’Autriche arrive confiante avec un parcours presque parfait lors des élminatoires (9 victoires et seulement un match nul). Il faudra bien évidemment se méfier de David Alaba, Christian Fuchs ou encore de Marko Arnautovic.

Austria's team from (L-R) first row: Aleksandar Dragovic, Marko Arnautovic, Julian Baumgartlinger, Zlatko Junuzovic, Christian Fuchs ; 2nd row L-R David Alaba, goal keeper Robert Almer, Marc Janko, Sebastian Prˆdl, Marcel Sabitzer, Marko Arnautovic pose during the EURO 2016 friendly football match Austria vs Netherlands at Ernst Happel stadium in Vienna, on June 4, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / APA / GEORG HOCHMUTH / Austria OUT
Austria’s team from (L-R) first row: Aleksandar Dragovic, Marko Arnautovic, Julian Baumgartlinger, Zlatko Junuzovic, Christian Fuchs ; 2nd row L-R David Alaba, goal keeper Robert Almer, Marc Janko, Sebastian Prˆdl, Marcel Sabitzer, Marko Arnautovic pose during the EURO 2016 friendly football match Austria vs Netherlands at Ernst Happel stadium in Vienna, on June 4, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / APA / GEORG HOCHMUTH / Austria OUT

Il sera difficile pour la sélection hongroise de réaliser un meilleur parcours qu’en 1964, où elle avait terminé à la troisième place du tournoi. Cependant, la Hongrie pourrait bien sortir de son groupe, pas très relevé.

Hungary's national team players (1st row, L to R) ¡d·m GyurcsÛ, ¡d·m Nagy, L·szlÛ Kleinheisler, captain Bal·zs Dzsudzs·k and Attila Fiola (2nd row, L to R) Adam Szalai, goalkeeper Gabor Kiraly, ¡d·m Lang, Adam Pinter, Tamas Kadar and Roland Juh·sz pose for a team photo ahead of a friendly football match between Hungary and Ivory Coast on May 20, 2016 at Groupama Arena of Budapest. / AFP PHOTO / ATTILA KISBENEDEK
Hungary’s national team players (1st row, L to R) ¡d·m GyurcsÛ, ¡d·m Nagy, L·szlÛ Kleinheisler, captain Bal·zs Dzsudzs·k and Attila Fiola (2nd row, L to R) Adam Szalai, goalkeeper Gabor Kiraly, ¡d·m Lang, Adam Pinter, Tamas Kadar and Roland Juh·sz pose for a team photo ahead of a friendly football match between Hungary and Ivory Coast on May 20, 2016 at Groupama Arena of Budapest. / AFP PHOTO / ATTILA KISBENEDEK
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