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  • Nickname: Vatreni (The Blazers)
  • Founded: 1990
  • Rivals: Serbia
  • Record Goal Scorer: Davor Šukor (45)
  • Record Signing: Not Applicable

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Croatia Euro 2016 Tickets

If you're seeking Croatia Euro 2016 tickets we have a fantastic selection for all their group stage games. See the action in France up close and personal with a fantastic selection of Croatia football tickets.

For all the Croatians after a piece of the action we at Football Ticket Pad are aiming  to provide as many fans as possible with the best Croatia football tickets. From the moment the first ball is kicked to the blow of the final whistle comes to end the tournament, Football Ticket Pad will be helping fans get hold of Euro 2016 tickets for the games that they desperately want to see!

Croatia will begin their Group D assault with a tricky opening fixture against Turkey in Paris beofore travelling to Saint-Etienne to face Czech Republic. The Croats will then finish the group with a mouth watering tie in Bordeaux against the reigning champions, Spain. Croatia will be hoping to get the results that will see them emerge from the group and into the knockout stages.

With Euro 2016 being just around the corner, Football Ticket Pad are offering the perfect opportunity to secure Croatia tickets and take in the action live at top stadiums across France.

Since breaking away from playing for Yugoslavia in 1990, the Croatian national football team have earned a reputation for playing passionate and highly entertaining football.

Croatia are well supported by home Croatian fans and are also a firm favourite with football neutrals. Croatia's unique brand of football means that Croatia tickets are always in high demand. Their clutch of star players include Real Madrid duo Luka Modric and Mateo Kovacic, Barcelona's Ivan Rakitic and Juventus' Mario Mandzukic

Football Ticket Pad will have Croatia tickets for every group match at France Euro 2016. We will also have a great selection of tickets should Croatia make the knock stages of the Euros.

Football Ticket Pad will have Euro 2016 tickets for every match in France in the summer. Buying Croatia Euro 2016 tickets with Football Ticket Pad is safe, simple and secure.

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In addition to standard matchday tickets, Football Ticket Pad also offers VIP hospitality Croatia tickets for all their matches at Euro 2016 in the summer.

Listed on our website are all of Croatia's France Euro 2016 fixtures with the starting ticket price for each game. Click ‘buy’ to see all ticket options available for each fixture.

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Croatia earned qualification for UEFA Euro 2016 by coming 2nd in Group H. Croatia finished the group on 20 points, 1 more than Norway on 19 points and 4 points behind group winners Italy.

The Croats won six of their ten matches, drawing three and losing one. Despite having one point deduced for racist behaviour in their match versus Italy in Poljud, it did not have any effect on the final standings as Italy won the group by four points. Croatia were then fined €100,000 and forced to play their next two matches behind closed doors in a different stadium. 

The final group standings showed Croatia's attacking prowess. Croatia finished the group with the highest goal difference (+15) of any team in the group, scoring 20 goals in qualification for Euro 2016. including 6 goals from form striker Ivan Perišić, who was the leading goalscorer in Group H.

Croatia made sure they started qualification with two straight wins. They

 began group H with a routine 2-0 home victory against minows Malta. The first result that made headlines was the 0-1 away victory against tricky opponents Bulgaria, 


 36th minute own goal from Bulgarian Nikolay Bodurov was enough to decide the game.

Croatia followed up the Bulgaria result with a 6-0 home thumping over minows Azerbaijan. The first real test in the group came when Croatia played Italy at the San Siro on 16 November 2014. 

Croatia earned a superb 1-1 draw against the group favourites. Ivan Perišić scored a 15th minute equaliser to cancel out Antonio Candreva's opener. The result meant that Croatia still topped the group on goal difference ahead of Italy.

Croatia now beat group rivals Norway 5-1 in Zagreb before their form in the group started to falter. Croatia drew 1-1 with Italy at home and then drew 0-0 away in Azerbaijan before traveling to play Norway again in Oslo. 


 succumbed to a 2-0 loss. 

The result meant that qualification was now in the balance and results would have to improve if Croatia were going to make the draw for France Euro 2016.

Thankfully for Croatia fans, there was an upturn in results after the Norway defeat. Croatia beat Bulgaria 3-0 at home on 10 October 2015 before clinching 2nd spot in the group 3 days later with a 0-1 victory away at Malta. It was a solitary goal from star man Ivan Perišić that earned Croatia qualification.

What are Croatia's chances at Euro 2016?

Croatia have proven in qualification that they can compete against the top countries in the world having draw twice with former European champions Italy. They also proved that they can score goals a plenty and will be a threat in any game at France Euro 2016.

Croatia will be tipped to get out of their group in France and will be a challenge for any European nation they come up against. 

One thing is for certain though 

Croatia Euro 2016 tickets

will be hot demand so get yours today from Football Ticket Pad.

Croatia will take a talented squad with them to France Euro 2016 and despite never making it past the Quarter-Final stage, they have a chance of going far this summer. Experienced captain Darijo Srna will be accompanied by the likes of Luka Modric, Ivan Rakitic and Mario Mandzukic

We have identified some of the key Croatia players to look out for having secured your Croatia Euro 2016 tickets from Football Ticket Pad

Key Player

Without a shadow of doubt, Croatia's star man in Luka Modric. The playmaker is a vital cog in the Croatia team and pulls the strings from midfield. The Real Madrid man will have a vital role to play this summer and if he is given time to pick a pass he will be able to hurt teams this summer at Euro 2016. Modric looks set to be given a free role in midfield which will allow him to surge forward at every opporunity and provide assistance to the Croatia strikers. Unlike previous years, Modric has got two world class midfield partners in the middle of midfield in the shape of Mateo Kovacic and Ivan Rakitic which will allow Modric to express himself and play with more freedom. 

Goal Scorer

Ivan Perisic has been in great form in Euro 2016 qualifying and his six goals made him the top scorer in the group. The Inter Milan player has been playing as a forward but he can also be deployed as a winger and he will prove to be a good option for Ante Casic this summer in France. Juventus' striker Mario Mandzukic may also have a say when it comes to goals for Croatia this summer. The forward has plenty of international experience and was a key man at Euro 2012 for Croatia. Despite getting knocked out at the Group Stage, Mandzukic has scored three goals in three games before Croatia were eliminated.

One to watch out for

The 22-year old Mateo Kovacic is becoming a important player for Croatia after first appearing for his country in 2014. Kovacic talent was soon spotted and was signed by Spanish giants, Real Madrid last summer. Kovacic is nicknamed 'The Professor' due to his impressive dribbling ability and tenacity in midfield. Many would argue he is the complete player and at the age of 22, Kovacic still has a lot to offer and looks set to become a key player for Croatia at Euro 2016

Young Talent

Alen Halilovic. The 19-year old attacking midfielder has rather flatteringly been dubbed 'the new Messi' as he looks to stamp him mark on the international stage. Halilovic became the yougest ever player to play for his country after making his debut against Portugal in 2013 aged 16. The Barcelona midfielder is currently on loan at Sporting Gijon and has an impressive turn of pace and is capable of using either foot. The Dubrovnik teenager is devastating when running at defenders and Croatia will look to play to his strengths at Euro 2016 this summer as his stock in European football continues to rise. 

You can buy your Croatia Euro 2016 tickets from Football Ticket Pad today to see if Croatia can emerge from a tricky Group D and make it past the Quarter-Finals stage. Purchasing your tickets from Football Ticket Pad has never been easier and a variety of Croatia tickets are available for all of their Group Stage fixtures and knockout round fixtures if they progress.

Croatia Euro 2016 Fixtures

Turkey v Croatia


Join the Croatian army and support them potentially all the way to Euro 2016 glory. The group D opener between Turkey and Croatia is a tough one to call. Both sides have some talented playmakers and boast rising talents who are capable of making a name for themselves at Euro 2016 this summer.



On the Turkish side, there's former Arsenal trainee Oguzhan Ozyakup, otherwise known as Ozzy. Currently impressing at Besiktas, his energy and attacking impetus lend a dynamic edge. Croatia's own rising star, 19 year old Alen Halilović, is another one to watch. A Barcelona player on loan at Sporting Gijon, he has pace to burn and a vicious shot. 


Memories of when the last two sides met in the European Championships will come flooding back for Turkey and Croatia fans. The two sides met at the Euro 2008 Quarter-Finals with Turkey eventually going through on penalties. Ivan Klasnic's 119th minute strike seemed like it was enough to send Croatia through, however Semih Senturk scored a late leveller to take the game to penalties.


 We a great selection of  available for this intiguing clash.



Czech Republic v Croatia  

This will likely be a tense encounter with high stakes for both sides and Croatia are sure to give a full blooded performance. A fascinating match awaits between two evenly matched sides.

Pavel Vrba's Czech Republic come up against a very good Croatia side this summer in what will be a very tough test. Croatia have guile and creativity in midfield with Modric and Rakitic and the predatory instincts of Mario Mandzukic to put away any chances. Arsenal man Petr Cech will need to be in the form of his life to keep Croatia at bay. Czech fans will not be fretting though as there is no better man for the job. Book 


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Croatia v Spain 

Croatia are the bookies favourite to finish second in the group, if they are to go one better and top the proceedings then this would be the game to show what they are made of. The final game for both these teams in the group takes place in the beautiful city of Bordeaux. The centre of midfield for both Spain and Croatia is all La Liga representatives. Andres Iniesta and Sergio Busquets look to run the midfield against Ivan Rakitic,Luka Modric and Mateo Kovacic on the Croatian side. It will be be intriguing too see who comes out on top. You can watch the game live with from Football Ticket Pad



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