Albania are one of the lowest ranked teams at Euro 2016. Despite this, the small Balkan nation will be hoping they can make a memorable contribution to the competition.
They will be under no illusions as to the difficulty of the task ahead of them. Getting out of the group stage would surely be one of the stories of the tournament. They have three fantastic fixtures lined up though for their fans to enjoy.
Albania begin against Switzerland and then have a stellar tie against hosts France. A win in either of these matches would be a momentous upset. Their final group game against Romania is likely to play a huge part in whether Albania can progress from Group A.
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One of the fairytale stories of qualification was that the small nation of Albania made it into the finals at France in 2016. Albania finished 2nd in group I in France Euro 2016 qualification to ensure automatic qualification.
Portugal bossed group I, winning with 21 points, but it was Albania's second spot finish above Denmark that really grabbed the headlines. Albania twice drew with Denmark in group I and famously beat Portugal 0-1 in Aveiro in the first game of the group on 7 September 2014.
How will Albania get on at France Euro 2016 in the summer? The answer to that question is anyone's guess given their awesome performances in qualification. See 'wildcard' Albania at the Euros as they compete for the first ever time with Albania Euro 2016 tickets from Football Ticket Pad.
We are going to select Shkelzen Gashi here! It was a close call between a few players but Gashi is most likely to be the star of the show. Unbeknownst to many Gashi played for Switzerland at youth level before switching allegiances in his post teen years. The Albanian fans were overjoyed that he did having not got the call up to the senior Swiss team. Gashi received Albanian citizenship and has now represented Albania at international level on many occasions. He's aided Albania massively to get to these finals. Fans with Albania Euro 2016 tickets will be praying he can stamp his quality in games this summer.
Everyone in Albania will have been jumping for joy when their nations dream of qualifying for Euro 2016 became a reality! This is the first time Albania have qualified for the Euros and they will be hoping to perform well as they may be waiting a while for another opportunity.
It's difficult to pick who will be the goal getter as Albania do not have an especially potent frontline. There were a number of players who scored one goal in the qualifying stage; Bekim Balaj, Arman Sadiku and Shkelzen Gashi. The team as a whole need to chip in on the goal front to give Albania any hope at all.
One to watch out for
Taulant Xhaka is Albania's best defender and with him in their side Albania have a hope of progressing through the groups. This Albania side should not be underestimated, they comfortably finished second in their group. Most memorably Xhaka marshalled his defence brilliantly to earn a one goal victory and a clean sheet against Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal! They have nothing to lose when facing the best sides in Europe so watch out for Albania!!
Albania's young star comes in the form of Bekim Balaj. A talented young striker trying to establish himself as one of Europe's best. There is no better stage than the Euros for Balaj to show what he can do. Expect good hold up play and an aerial presence in the box.
These two largely inexperienced teams face off for the first time in a European Championships. Without any past results to go off its hard to put your finger on a winner here. The match could go either way.
Albania will be wanting to spring a surprise in Group A and taking 3 points off Romania will likely be essential in order to qualify from the group! Bookings for Romania v Albania tickets can be made here;
The draw has thrown up an Albania v Switzerland tie on the 11th June. This is eagerly awaited by
Albania who are taking part
in the their first Euro
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Next in line for France is the match against Albania. You would expect this to be a walk in the park for France but they shouldn't take their opponents to lightly. Often the underdog can come out on top, and this would seriously leave France embarrassed on home soil if Albania won. France v Albania tickets are for sale at Football Ticket Pad now, see below;
Lyon is the third largest city in France and will be one of the main cities where football supporters will base themselves this summer for Euro 2016. Lyon is one of the most dynamic cities in the country and often referred to as France’s ‘Second City’, after Paris. The city is beautiful with numerous parks and riverbanks running alongside its two main rivers, the Rhone and the Saone, with the old city being listed as a UNESCO world heritage site.
Marseille is a city that lives and breathes football. The edgy, urban and vibrant city lies on the Mediterranean coast and boasts France’s main port making one of the busiest in the world with a buzzing nightlife and great food. The city was voted the 2013 European city of culture and will host six games at this summer’s Euro 2016 championship, including England’s opening game versus Russia, as well as one Quarter-Final and Semi-Final.