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Slovakia have been drawn in Group B alongside England, Wales and Russia and they will be hoping to be successful in their first European Championship as an independent nation since splitting from Czechoslovakia. However, Slovakia do have history in major tournaments and they surprised many in the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa when they knocked out the holders, Italy with a 3-2 win.
Six years on, Slovakia are still capable of causing problems and they could easily qualify from Group B and make the knockout stages. Martin Skrtel and Marek Hamsik were key members of the 2010 squad and they will be just as important for Slovakia at Euro 2016.
Slovakia qualified for Euro 2016 after coming through a tricky qualifying group where they finished runners-up to Spain after winning their opening six matches, including a 2-1 victory over the Euro 2012 holders.
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Slovakia quite comfortably qualified from Group C, eventually finished second in the group behind current European champions Spain. Slovakia and their coach Jan Kozak will be pleased to have emerged from a testing group which also included the likes of Ukraine, Belarus, Luxembourg and Macedonia.
At one stage it looked as if Slovakia may win the group after they were victorious in all of their first six qualifying games. This included a magnificent 2-1 win over Spain. A draw against Ukraine and defeats against Spain and Belarus followed, perhaps as Slovakia became complacent. In the final game of the group Slovakia beat minnows Luxembourg 4-2 which left them with a final record of 7 wins, 1 draw and 2 defeats in Group C. Slovakia will be hoping to seal a memorable qualifying campaign with further success at their first ever European Championships.
Marek Hamsik was the joint top scorer in the group with five goals, alongisde Spain's Paco Alcacer. Hamsik scored twice against Belarus and Luxembourg and once against Macedonia to help guide Slovakia to France this summer.
Slovakia's Vladimir Weiss was also the joint leader for assists in qualifying with six. The former Manchester City midfielder was level with Poland's Arkadiusz Milik and Senad Lulic of Bosnia. Weiss will be a key player for Slovakia and he will look to continue his form at Euro 2016.
Marek Hamsik is the star man for Slovakia. Over the years he has attracted rumours of moves to all the big clubs all over Europe. A big tournament for him where he displays his talents to their full potential and we could well see him making a big money move to a Premiership side. The Napoli playmaker has dominanted Serie A over the years and he is a regular figure for Slovakia on the international stage. His five goals in qualifying have underlined his importance to the team and if he can produce his best displays in France, Slovakia could progress further than expected.
Although a midfielder rather than a striker, Marek Hamsik contributed five goals in qualyfying and knows where the net is. However, In attack Slovakia will be hoping Adam Nemec can add to his three goals in qualifying. The Willem II striker has a reputation of playing for a number of clubs in his career which has seen him play in Slovakia, Belgium, America and Holland but the 30 year old can be Slovakia main man in France.
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A real character in the Slovakia ranks is Vladimir Weiss. The winger, once of Manchester City, now plays in the Qatari League after spells at Bolton Wanderers, Rangers and Olympiacos. He will be desperate to perform in order to try and ressurect his career. The wide man was the joint leader for number of assists during qualifying after he created six goals for his Slovakia team mates. Weiss creativity can cause teams trouble and if he and Hamsik can continue to click we may see a repeat of some of Slovakia's performances from qualifying, which included a surprise 2-1 win over the Euro 2012 holders, Spain.
21 year-old midfielder Ondrej Duda has shown he has enough promise to cut it on the international stage after his seven senior appearances. The youngster has represented his country at under 19 and under 21 level and his recent three appearances in Euro qualifying suggest that Jan Kozak is keeping the Legia Warsaw man in contention for Euro 2016.
Both sides are making their debuts in a European Championship and the Slovaks will kick off their Euro 2016 campaign against Wales in Bordeaux. They will be underdogs as they come up against the likes of Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey but they will have a real shot at getting all three points. Slovakia will be confident in getting a result after a positive qualifying campaign. Marek Hamsik is Slovakia's danger man and they will be looking for him to exploit Wales' defence as much as possible. Both sides will be hoping to get off to a winning start and begin their quest for qualification. If any of Wales and Slovakia's previous friendlies are anything to go by, then we should be in for a cracker. The sides met in qualifying for Euro 2008 with Slovakia running out 5-1 winners. However in the return fixture, Wales were 5-2 victors. This is an opening group match so Slovakia v Wales tickets will be in high demand; don't wait to get yours as fans look to catch a glimpse of thier country's first Euro appearance in the beautiful city of Bordeaux.
This one means a lot to these two countries so if it's a passionate rivalry you're after then consider Slovakia v Russia tickets from Football Ticket Pad. With Russia being inconsistent in qualyfying Slovakia will be viewing this as a key match to get points from as they aim to progress to the group stages. The second game in the group often decides the fate of most teams and if Slovakia can get a result here then they have a great chance of making the knockout stages at Euro 2016. England are favourites to win the group but second place is very much up for grabs in Group B and Russia will be looking to steal the points here in Lille.
Martin Skrtel will be hoping he can use his knowledge of the England team to good effect to help engineer a Slovakia victory in St-Etienne. They also have talented players like Napoli star Marek Hamsek and any Slovakians with England v Slovakia tickets will be perhaps quietly confident of causing an upset. England have often failed to live up to expectations at major international tournaments and Slovakia will be hoping to inflict more pain on England this summer. However, England have won all three of their previous meetings against Slovakia so the omens don't look good for Jan Kozak's men.
Lille is well renowned for its friendliness and strong cultural and architectural links. Located in northern France, Lille has a large university population and is a city based on Flemish influences due to its close proximity to the Belgian border. The city bases itself on its 17th century architecture which can be seen across the city, especially in the city centre and Grand Place which homes the iconic war memorial in a square surrounded by its historic buildings. The city also boasts fantastic transport networks, particularly its railways which make the city somewhat of an international hub. The city is set to host six games throughout Euro 2016 which will include four group matches, followed by a Round of 16 fixture and one of the Quarter Finals.
A beautiful city with its world-renowned wine and stunning architecture which has pretty much remained unchanged for the last 200 years, boasting the second largest number of listed buildings outside of Paris. Wine is very much part of the city’s culture and heritage which has become the city’s main source of wealth and fame. Bordeaux is also famous for its trading links, shipbuilding and biotechnology and has a number of attractions for any visitor looking to travel to Bordeaux this summer for the European Championships.
Saint-Etienne is a traditional French city which prides itself on a rich industrial history. Located in eastern France, Saint-Etienne has some of the most fabulous countryside and architecture that the country has to offer, including the Byzantine Saint Marie church and contemporary art museum housing work by the famous Matisse. Football serves as a break from reality for the local French community. AS Saint-Etienne are an integral part of the city’s identity with the Stade Geoffroy Guichard located at the heart of Saint Etienne as thousands of football fans prepare to desend onto the city which will host Portugal, England and Croatia fans during the month long tournament.