Euro 2016: Where to watch, what to watch, when to watch

(CNN)It’s a solid month of soccer: 51 games, 24 countries and millions of fans.

Euro 2016, the second-biggest soccer tournament in the world behind the World Cup — is upon us.

Where can I watch?

    On the various ESPN networks (ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes). You can also stream it live on the WatchESPN app. Watching outside the United States? Games are probably on a national broadcaster, like ITV and BBC in the U.K., beIN Sports in Australia, TSN in Canada, Sony Six in India, Al Jazeera Sport in the Mideast and North Africa or Globo TV in Brazil.

    Who should I root for?

    Germany for sure. It’s the current World Cup champ. And Belgium, the top-ranked FIFA squad in the tournament. Talented host team France may lack experience, but will get a jolt from the home crowds.


    Since this is a soccer tournament, I assume there’s an official song?

    Yes. And it’s a pretty catchy David Guetta ditty.

    These questions are all fine and good for the newbies. What have you got for hardcore soccer fans?

    How about a chance to put together your dream team. Choose your lineup using and then challenge your friends to do better. (Mobile users, click here)

    Build your Ultimate XI. Choose from the best players in Europe and challenge your friends.

    Choose your team

    Lets get started…

    • Tap team shirts left or right
    • Tap a player to add them to your team
    • Tap to view player stats
    • Your formation will update as you add players
    • Tap on the trash can to clear your selections
    • Tap done to show and share your team results
    Got it

    Your Ultimate XI

    • Goalie
    • Defence
    • Midfield
    • Forward


    Edit Your Team
    Build Your Team

    Let’s get serious for a second. Will the games be safe?

    France vows it will be, despite threats from ISIS and others. France is deploying a security force of nearly 100,000 to blanket the tournament, set up a no-fly zone over stadiums and even launched an app to alert users to any possible terror attacks nearby.
    Now will we be safe from seeing players tumble to the pitch faking injuries?
    Probably not.



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