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How To Prepare For A Summer Of Euro 2016 Football

by S1m
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This summer will be even hotter than expected… with the eagerly anticipated football tournament since the World Cup 2 years ago, as Euro 2016 is about to kick off.

As of 10th June 2016 there will be a few weeks dedicated to football televised live, so be prepared for your favourite TV channels to be swapped around to make way for the matches.

England will be playing their first match on Saturday 11th June, with a kick off time of 8pm. The next England match will be played on Thursday 16th June against Wales at 2pm. Monday 20th June will see England kick off against Slovakia at 8pm.

That will conclude the England group matches and hopefully after that we will see the team progress into the Final 16.

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So how can you prepare yourself for a summer of football?

Firstly, ensure you have a TV that is going to stand up to screams of joy and hopefully not too many tears. If you are on the lookout for a new TV set before Euro 2016 kicks off, check out Currys sale page for their latest deals on TV’s.

Load up with crates of booze for yourself and your friends to tide you through the nail biting moments, football is always best enjoyed with a cold beverage of some description.

Stock up on plenty of snacks such as crisps, popcorn, nachos and more. All perfect types of comfort food that will see you through the gritty moments. Perfect for sharing, or keeping to yourself if you are in a greedy mood!

Cushions… for the moments you need to hide behind a cushion! Penalties are usually the opportune moments for cushions to be used and though it pains me to admit it, they are the best part of a match!

As many friends as you can possibly fit in your house. Well, who better to cheer England on with you than a group of your closest friends!

Not forgetting, ensure your voice is in fine order for cheering along England!

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2 comments

Jenny @ thebrickcastle June 6, 2016 - 9:25 pm

2pm on a Thursday is a bit pants for England and Wales! 😀

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S1m June 7, 2016 - 12:02 pm

It is indeed… they didn’t really think that one well – will be a bloody hot game for them to play too. Still… I shall be able to watch the match anyway! 😉 xx

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