0 – Ukraine were the only nation to fail to get a single point at Euro 2016.
0 – This is the first European Championships in which the Czech Republic haven’t won a single game since their independence.
0 – There have been 0 first half goals in the three games involving France.
1 – Italy have only been caught offside once in their three games.
1 – Spain have collected the fewest cards (1 yellow card).
1 – Alessandro Schöpf became the first Austrian to score in open play at a European Championship (6 games).
1 – Croatia’s Danijel Subašić became the first goalkeeper to save a penalty at Euro 2016.
2 – Croatia (vs Spain) became the second nation at Euro 2016 to win a game from behind (after England vs Wales).
2 – Belgium have won back-to-back games at European Championship finals for the first time.
2 – Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland, Poland and Switzerland scored the fewest goals of the 16 nations to make the second round (2 each).
2 – Aaron Ramsey and Eden Hazard are the only players to assist more than one goal (2 each).
3 – Spain and Iceland were the only nations to name the same starting XIs in all three of their group games.
3 – Portugal became the first team to draw all three group games at a European Championship finals.
3 – Republic of Ireland were only the third team to beat Italy in a group stage game at a European Championship (after Czech Republic at Euro 96 and Netherlands at Euro 2008).
3 – Gareth Bale is the only player to have scored in all three group games.
3 – The last three penalties have been missed heading into the second round.
4 – Sweden and Turkey had the fewest shots on target.
4 – France have hit the frame of the goal more times than any other nation.
4 – Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player to score at four different European Championships.
5 – All five debuting nations at Euro 2016 won at least one game.
5 – Cesc Fàbregas has recorded more assists than any other player in European Championship history.
6 – Italy have lost only their sixth game in European Championship finals.
6 – Hungary and Wales were the top scorers in the group stage (6 goals each).
6% – Romania have only won one of their 16 matches at European Championship finals (D5 L10).
6 – Russia conceded the most goals in the group stage.
7% – Austria have kept only one clean sheet in their past 15 games at major tournaments.
8 – Cristiano Ronaldo overtook Alan Shearer as the all-time 2nd top scorer in European Championship history.
8 – Thomas Müller has failed to score in all eight games at European Championships. He has 10 goals in 13 World Cup matches.
9 – Álvaro Morata and Shane Long have committed the most fouls (9 each).
10 – Italy and Romania have collected the most cards (10 yellow cards each).
10 – England are unbeaten in their last 10 games at European Championships (W5 D5).
11′ – France have led for a combined 11 minutes in their three group games.
12 – Zlatan Ibrahimović has had more efforts on goal than any other player not to score.
13 – Czech Republic didn’t keep a single clean sheet in their Euro 2016 qualifying games or finals.
14 – Germany have faced the fewest efforts on their goal.
15 – Switzerland have been caught offside more times than any other nation.
15 – Bastian Schweinsteiger has now made 15 appearances at the European Championship finals, more than any other German player
17 – Northern Ireland have had the fewest efforts on goal.
17 – Cristiano Ronaldo has now played more games at European Championship finals than any other player.
18% – Sweden have won only three of their last 17 games at European Championship finals (D5 L9).
18 – Turkey’s Emre Mor became the youngest player to start at Euro 2016 (only Marcus Rashford and Renato Sanches are younger).
19 – Hannes Þór Halldórsson has made the most saves.
21 – Petr Čech has now conceded more goals than any other goalkeeper in European Championship history.
22 – Wales have had the most shots on target.
22% – Republic of Ireland have now won two if their nine matches at European Championship finals.
24% – Turkey have scored five of the 21 goals Petr Čech has conceded at European Championships.
24 – Cristiano Ronaldo scored his first goal with his 24th shot at Euro 2016.
27 – Germany and Russia have been fouled on the fewest occasions.
29 – England attempted 29 shots in their 0-0 draw with Slovakia.
30% – Roy Hodgson has won only 3 of 10 matches at tournament finals as England manager (vs Sweden, Ukraine & Wales).
30 – Cristiano Ronaldo has had more attempts on goal than any other player.
31 – Germany have committed the fewest fouls.
33% – Three of the nine goals scored from outside the penalty area have been by Hungary.
34% – Northern Ireland have averaged the least possession (34.1%).
37 – Zoltán Gera became the second oldest goalscorer at a European Championship finals (37 years, 61 days) after Ivica Vastić (38 years, 256 days).
39 – Cristiano Ronaldo has failed to score with any of his 39 shots from free kicks at major tournaments.
40 – There were 40 fouls between Italy and Republic of Ireland – more than in any other game so far at Euro 2016.
46 – Poland have won the most free kicks.
47% – 17 of the 36 games have been 0-0 at half-time.
50% – Turkey scored with two of their four efforts on target.
51 – Romania have committed the most fouls.
54 – Hugo Lloris has now captained France 54 times – a joint record with his current boss, Didier Deschamps.
60% – Three of Republic of Ireland’s five goals at European Championships have now been scored by players born in the Republic Ireland.
61 – Iceland and Northern Ireland have faced the most efforts on their goal (61 each).
67% – Germany have averaged the highest possession (66.5%).
70 – Portugal have had the most attempts on goal.
80% – Jakub Błaszczykowski has been involved in four of Poland’s five goals at European Championships (2 goals, 2 assists).
99% – Mesut Özil misplaced just one of his 68 passes versus Northern Ireland (98.5% accuracy).
110 – Northern Ireland completed 110 passes in their match versus Germany, 11 fewer than Toni Kroos in that game (121).
185′ – It took Sweden 185 minutes before having their first shot on target at Euro 2016.
266 – Hugo Lloris has not made a save since the 4th minute of France’s opener versus Romania (played 266 minutes since).
270 – Germany and Poland are yet to concede in 270 minutes so far at Euro 2016.
270 – Robert Lewandowski has yet to have a single shot on target in 270 minutes at Euro 2016.
733 – Nikola Kalinić ended Spain’s record run of 733 minutes without conceding a goal at a European Championship.