WATCH: We've selected the team for our forensic analysis of Euro 2016

Liam Mackey, Liam Brady and Brendan O'Brien

After months of build-up, Euro 2016 is only a week away. Ireland has named their squad and now, so have we.

Irish Examiner will have forensic analysis of the Euros with expert coverage from our team of Liam Brady, Liam Mackey and Brendan O'Brien.

This Friday, June 3 we'll have a special 40-page guide to the Euros with an insightful delivery that you just can’t defend against. When you’ve got Liam Brady on your team, anything can happen. And this summer, Brady is writing exclusively on Euro 2016 for the Irish Examiner, leading the line alongside Liam Mackey and Brendan O’Brien.

In our 40-page preview tomorrow we also look at hip and fashionable footballers, talk to “danger here” himself, George Hamilton, rate the best and worst of the Euro kits and offer a group-by-group guide to all 24 teams. Plus we offer you the chance to win a competition to win a trip to Ireland v Sweden.

The Irish Examiner team will also be bringing you a uniquely colourful take on everything Euro 2016 in our daily sports specials from Friday, June 10 until Monday, June 27.

For latest news and analysis from the tournament you need to go to our special Euro 2016 section. Bookmark it today to make sure you don't miss out.

Follow our team on Twitter @ExaminerSport for news and results as the tournament progresses and remember that BallTalk TV will be bringing you regular video analysis throughout the Euros.

WATCH: We've selected the team for our forensic analysis of Euro 2016

 

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