After the UEFEA Champion's League Final last month, the football season 2015-16 has officially come to an end. Real Madrid became European Champions after beating local rivals Athletico Madrid in a nail-biting finale that ended 5-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in regulation.Antoine Griezmann's penalty miss in normal time turned out a bit too expensive and shattered the dreams of millions of fans.

Real clinched their 11th Champions League title, making them the biggest achiever in the European arena.

Though the next season starts in August, there is plenty of football to come during the break.

Euro 2016 -- France

The much awaited Euro 2016, being hosted by France this year, promises to bring excitement to all football fans all over the world. Euro 2012 champions Spain are looking to add another trophy to thier collection and make it three Euro championships in a row, a feat not attained by any team before.

For the first time, 24 team will be participating in six groups of four each.The tournament has been a delightful one till now. With more than 5 games witnessing late goals, the tournament is all set to have a nail-biting ending to it.

France are strong favorites in the cup as they look to capitalize on their home advantage this year. With forwards like Griezmann, Man United star Martial and Arsenal's Giroud, France is surely a team to look out for. The hosts are going strong having won their first two matches.

Spain -- Euro 2012 Champions

Italy will try not to remember its last Euro final in 2012 where they lost to Spain in a convincing 4-0 thrashing by the Espanyols. The Spanish team has scored 4 goals in the first two matches of the tournament and are leading their group with 6 points.

Italy -- the Azzurri

With Andrea Pirlo still on their team, the Italians will be blasting on full cannons after last Euro's Final defeat.

After beating the highly talked about Belgium team, they are a team to look out for.The Italians have had a good start to the cup by winning their first two matches.

England -- the underdogs

Though it's wrong to call England the underdogs, they have only lived up to the name in the last countless international tournaments. Sometimes the team shows flashes of brilliance once in a while, consistency is something the English have lacked.

They are currently topping their group with four points in the last two games.

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