Euro 2016 Fantasy Football

The 2016 European Championships get underway in just over a week’s time so it’s time we take a look at the main Euro 2016 Fantasy Football games and tips to help you pick your fantasy teams.

The main Euro 2016 fantasy football games include:

Telegraph Fantasy Football Euro 2016 and you can see what this season’s Premier League TFF champion has suggested for his team. The Sun DreamTeam’s Euro 2016 game again offers large prizes and will attract many entries as will the official McDonald’s sponsored game.

When picking your fantasy team it’s first a good idea to have a look at the Euro 2016 odds so you know who the favourites teams are who thus should progress furthest in the tournament. Then gather knowledge on the main team’s starting line-ups –’s correspondents have picked their predicted line ups for every team.

Now look at which players are likely to score most points. Well a starting point is to look at the players who were the leading goal scorers in qualifying that made it through to the Finals in France. These are:

Robert Lewandowski 13 + 3 assists–poland
Zlatan Ibrahimović 11 + 0 assists–sweden
Thomas Müller 9 + 1 assist–germany
Artyom Dzyuba 8 +1 assist–russia
Marc Janko 7 + 2 assists–austria
Kyle Lafferty 7 + 1 assist–ni
Gareth Bale 7 + 2 assists–wales
Wayne Rooney 7 + 1 assist–eng
Arkadiusz Milik 6 + 6 assists–poland
Ivan Perisic 6 + 1 assist–croatia
Andriy Yarmolenko 6 + 2 assists–ukraine
Gylfi Sigurðsson 6 + 1 assist–iceland

and those tied with 5 goals were:
Kevin du Bruyne–bel
Robbie Keane–ire
Paco Alcácer–esp
Edin Hazard–bel
Cristiano Ronaldo–por
Jon Walters–ire
Marek Hamsik–slov

Some fantasy games award points for key contributions and the players with the leading assists in qualifying were

Arkadiusz Milik- Poland -6
Kamil Grosicki – poland -5
Vladimir Weiss- slovakia -5
Mesut Ozil – Germany -4
Ivan Rakitic – Croatia -4
Xherdan Shaqiri – switz -4
Oliver Norwood – ni -4

Fiso’s opinion on the Euro 2016 Set Piece Takers (more chances of goals and assists) are as follows:

Penalty Taker– Freekick Taker– Corner Takers

Memushaj salihi—Memushaj Xhaka — xhaka Memushaj

Alaba, Arnautovic— Alaba Junuzovic– Alaba Junuzovic

Hazard, De Bruyne– De Bruyne Hazard –De Bruyne Mertens

Modric, Mandzukic— Rakitic Srna– Rakitic, Srna

Czech Republic
Kadlec Dockal— Shalak Dockal— Rosicky, Plasil

Rooney Sturridge– Rooney Milner– Milner, Lallana

Griezmann Giroud — Payet Griezmann– Payet Cabaye

Muller Ozil– Ozil Kroos— Ozil Kroos

Dzsudzsak Priskin– Dzsudzsak Fiola— Dzsudzsak Fiola

G. Sigurdsson Sigthorsson— G.Sigurdsson, Gudmundsson—- G.Sigurdsson, Gudmundsson

De Rossi Candreva– Candreva, Eder— Florenzi, Candreva

Northern Ireland
Lafferty, S. Davis— Norwood, S. Davis– Norwood, S. Davis

Blaszczykowski Lewandowski— Grosicki Lewandowski— Grosicki Blaszczykowski

Ronaldo Quaresma– Ronaldo Nani— Nani, Moutinho

Republic of Ireland
Keane, Walters— Brady, Hoolahan— Brady, Hoolahan

Torje, Keseru— Torje, Keseru— Torje, Keseru

Kokorin, Kombarov— Shatov, Kombarov— Shatov, Kombarov

Hamsik, Mak— Mak, Weiss— Mak, Hrosovsky

Iniesta,— Silva, Fabregas— Silva, Fabregas

Ibrahimovic, Larsson— Ibrahimovic, Kallstrom— Kallstrom, Forsberg

Rodriguez, Shaqiri— Shaqiri, Rodriguez— Shaqiri, Dzemaili

Inan, Yilmaz— Inan, Calhanoglu— Calhanoglu

Seleznyov, Konoplyanka— Konoplyanka, Rotan— Rotan, Konoplyanka

Bale, Ramsey— Bale, Ramsey— Ramsey, Bale

Consider also the fixtures particularly if you have substitutions or transfers between matches so focus on the teams with the earlier matches:


Friday, June 10: France v Romania (20:00, Stade de France, Paris)

Saturday, June 11: Albania v Switzerland (14:00, Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens)

Wednesday, June 15: Romania v Switzerland (17:00, Parc des Princes, Paris)

Wednesday, June 15: France v Albania (20:00, Stade Velodrome, Marseille)

Sunday, June 19: Romania v Albania (20:00, Stade de Lyon)

Sunday, June 19: Switzerland v France (20:00, Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)


Saturday, June 11: Wales v Slovakia (17:00, Stade de Bordeaux)

Saturday, June 11: England v Russia (20:00, Stade Velodrome, Marseille)

Wednesday, June 15: Russia v Slovakia (14:00, Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)

Thursday, June 16: England v Wales (14:00, Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens)

Monday, June 20: Russia v Wales (20:00, Stadium de Toulouse)

Monday, June 20: Slovakia v England (20:00, Stade Geoffroy Guichard, St Etienne)


Sunday, June 12: Poland v Northern Ireland (17:00, Stade de Nice)

Sunday, June 12: Germany v Ukraine (20:00, Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)

Thursday, June 16: Ukraine v Northern Ireland (17:00, Stade de Lyon)

Thursday, June 16: Germany v Poland (20:00, Stade de France, Paris)

Tuesday, June 21: Ukraine v Poland (17:00, Stade Velodrome, Marseille)

Tuesday, June 21: Northern Ireland v Germany (17:00, Parc des Princes, Paris)


Sunday, June 12: Turkey v Croatia (14:00, Parc des Princes, Paris)

Monday, June 13: Spain v Czech Republic (14:00, Stadium de Toulouse)

Friday, June 17: Czech Republic v Croatia (17:00, Stade Geoffroy Guichard, St Etienne)

Friday, June 17: Spain v Turkey (20:00, Stade de Nice)

Tuesday, June 21: Czech Republic v Turkey (20:00, Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens)

Tuesday, June 21: Croatia v Spain (20:00, Stade de Bordeaux)


Monday, June 13: Republic of Ireland v Sweden (17:00, Stade de France, Paris)

Monday, June 13: Belgium v Italy (20:00, Stade de Lyon)

Friday, June 17: Italy v Sweden (14:00, Stadium de Toulouse)

Saturday, June 18: Belgium v Republic of Ireland (14:00, Stade de Bordeaux)

Wednesday, June 22: Italy v Republic of Ireland (20:00, Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)

Wednesday, June 22: Sweden v Belgium (20:00, Stade de Nice)


Tuesday, June 14: Austria v Hungary (17:00, Stade de Bordeaux)

Tuesday, June 14: Portugal v Iceland (20:00, Stade Geoffroy Guichard, St Etienne)

Saturday, June 18: Iceland v Hungary (17:00, Stade Velodrome, Marseille)

Saturday, June 18: Portugal v Austria (20:00, Parc des Princes, Paris)

Wednesday, June 22: Iceland v Austria (17:00, Stade de France)

Wednesday, June 22: Hungary v Portugal (17:00, Stade de Lyon)


Match 1: Runner-up Group A v Runner-up C (14:00, June 25, St-Etienne)

Match 2: Winner D v Third-place B/E/F (20:00, June 25, Lens)

Match 3: Winner B v Third-place A/C/D (17:00, June 25, Paris)

Match 4: Winner F v Runner-up E (20:00, June 26, Toulouse)

Match 5: Winner C v Third-place A/B/F (17:00, June 26, Lille)

Match 6: Winner A v Third-place C/D/E (14:00, June 26, Lyon)

Match 7: Winner E v Runner-up D (17:00, June 27, St-Denis)

Match 8: Runner-up B v Runner-up F (20:00, June 27, Nice)