The UEFA (Union of European Football Associations) Euro 2016 Final was the final match of Euro 2016, the fifteenth edition of the European Football Championship, UEFA's quadrennial competition for national football teams.

The match was played at the Stade de France in Paris, France, on 10 July 2016, and was contested by Portugal and France.

The sixteen-team tournament began with a group stage, from which eight teams qualified for the knockout phase.

En route to the final, Portugal finished third in Group F, with draws against Iceland, Austria and Hungary. Portugal then defeated Croatia in the last 16 before beating Poland in the quarter-final after a penalty shoot-out. They progressed to the final after beating Wales in the semi-final.

France finished the group stage as winners of Group A, beating Romania and Albania before drawing with Switzerland. In the knockout rounds, France defeated the Republic of Ireland and Iceland before beating Germany in the semi-final.

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