Ukraine arrive at Euro 2016 buzzing from their playoff victory over Slovenia. They have drawn in Group C with Germany, Poland and Northern Ireland hoping to add to their Euro pedigree after their first championship appearance as co-hosts at Euro 2012.
Their strength is their attacking flair and so they may just be the team to get Euro 2016 tickets for as a neutral. They also have a group game against Northern Ireland that will probably decide the status in the competition for both these sides.
Ukraine have a few exciting players in their ranks and will be tough opposition for any side that they come up against. Andriy Yarmolenko, Antoliy Tymoshchuk and Yevhen Konoplyanka are three of their brightest talents and you can see them at Euro 2016 with Ukraine tickets.
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Ukraine had to qualify for Euro 2016 via the playoff system after finishing 3rd in Group C behind Spain and Slovakia. A relatively successful group stage saw the Ukrainians finish with 19 points from ten games, keeping six clean sheets in the process.
In qualification they were defeated both home and away by Spain. They claimed one point from two matches against Slovakia and won all of their other six qualifying games against Belarus, Luxembourg and Macedonia.
In the ten group matches Andriy Yarmolenko was the country's leading scorer with four goals, including a match winning hat-trick away to Luxembourg in November.
In their playoff game to reach Euro 2016 Ukraine faced Slovenia. In the first leg on home soil Ukraine emerged victorious, registering a comfortable 2-0 win. This made them firm favourites to progress but they were made to work hard for their aggregate win. Slovenia led the return leg by a single goal for most of the match and Ukraine scored in the last minute to draw 1-1 and secure their place at Euro 2016.
Andriy Yarmolenko. The Dynamo Kyiv winger has attracted interest from a whole host of top European clubs. He scored in both legs of Ukraine’s playoff victory against Slovenia and bagged an additional four goals in the group stages of Euro 2016 qualifying. He is lively and any teams that face Ukraine will have him earmarked as the danger man.
Ukraine carry a definite goal threat with goals in qualifying coming from a number of sources. Their main strikers are Artem Kravets who appears to have recovered from his recent injury problems in recent years and Yarmolenko, who has scored 22 goals in his 55 games for Ukraine. Yarmolenko's versatility makes him a key player for his side, capable of playing down the middle or anywhere across a midfield three on the wing or as an attacking midfielder. Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham and Everton have all been linked with the 26-year old in the past and he will be looking to impress at Euro 2016. neither of whom are profilic but both chip in with a share of goals. Yevhen Konoplyanka can also contribute goals from midfield and has impressed at Sevilla this season.
One to watch out for
Yevhen Konoplyanka. This tricky winger caught the eye in the Champions League and Europa League with Sevilla this season and is a top player. With Konoplyanka and Yarmolenko on either flank the Ukrainians possess a real threat going forward and if these two perform at Euro 2016 they might just be the competitions dark horses. Both wingers score their fair share of goals and they can cause full-backs real problems if they are given time and space. Konoplyanka has 11 goals in his 51 international caps but his pace and delivery is Ukraine's biggest threat. Euro 2016 tickets for all of Ukraine’s games will be available on Football Ticket Pad if you want to catch these two flying wingers live in France this summer.
At 24, Serhiy Sydorchuk perhaps cannot be considered a young starlet. He has however just broken into the Ukrainian national team and he is also starting to make a name with his club side Dynamo Kyiv. Ukraine have an experienced and settled side which may help their cause at Euro 2016 but the impressive performances of Sydorchuk this season mean he will be making a case for his inclusion in the starting eleven. Many see Sydorchuk as the next Antoliy Tymoshchuk, who is approaching the end of his career but still hoping to play for Ukraine this summer, Sydorchuk is a tenacious midfielder who is very athletic capable of driving Ukraine forward as he starts to establish himself in the national side.
Ukraine will take pride in their strong defensive display during tournament qualifying, conceding only five goals in twelve matches. They also have a nifty winger in Andriy Yarmolenko who has made an impact for club and country. The venue for this clash is Stade Pierre Mauroy in the French city of Lille. An easy venue for the German fans to travel to this will make this game a hugely popular choice for the World Cup winners. The Germans will be the favourites for this opening fixture and will be relying on the quality of Mesut Ozil, Thomas Muller and Mario Gomez to shine through. Germany v Ukraine tickets will sell quick so act fast before every seat is sold.
Ukraine v Northern Ireland
Ukraine v Northern Ireland is a crucial tie for both teams in their ambitions to reach the tournament's knockout phase. Playing in a tough group containing reigning world champions, Germany and a formidable Polish side, this head to head may well decide who ends up third, a spot which can still lead to progression.
Despite this being their tournament debut, Northern Ireland topped group F in qualifying and have an experienced captain to rely on in Steven Davies. Ukrainian hopes are centered around seasoned striker Yevhen Seleznyov who has been in the squad since 2008. One thing's for sure, this one is tough to call.
Both these nations have had a lot of unrest in there respective countries in the past few years. Football comes as a welcome break to any poverty and misery suffered throughout a country, a means of escape in a way. When the whistle blows and these teams kick off their countrymen and women will be immersing themselves in a hugely important 90 minutes of football. Being the easiest of ties for both teams in this group a win will aid chances of progressing from a very difficult qualification group. You can order your Northern Ireland v Ukraine tickets from the industries best, Football Ticket Pad today,
Ukraine v Poland
Neighbours Poland and Ukraine go head to head for their final group stage game at the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille. Neutrals may be inclined to give Poland an edge based on the firepower of Robert Lewandowski and emerging talents such as Arkadiusz Milik and Mariusz Stepinski, but Ukraine will go into this banking on their own rising star Serhiy Sydorchuk bringing a new dimension to the side in a probable 4-2-3-1 formation.
This will likely be a tense encounter with high stakes for both sides. A fascinating match awaits as third position in the group could well be enough to progress, but second would guarantee it. Ukraine's wingers, Andriy Yarmolenko and Yevhen Konoplyanka will also play a key role in the their success and pose a danger on the counter attack.
These two teams were joint hosts of the Euro's four years ago, now they face each other in the opening rounds in France at Euro 2016, They should know a thing or two about each other which will make for an interesting spectacle. We expect this one to be end to end and the goals to flow. If you haven't already, book your Ukraine v Poland tickets through Football Ticket Pad.
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.
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.