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ESPN’s EURO 2016 coverage

ESPN Deportes’ Jorge Ramos y Su Banda – hosted by Jorge Ramos from a Bristol, Conn., studio – will provide recaps and previews. Ramos (right) hosts the preview edition on the of tournament with experts Jose del Valle (middle) and Alex Pareja (left).

(Mac Nwulu/ESPN)
(Mac Nwulu/ESPN)

Beginning today through July 10, ESPN’s English- and Spanish-language networks will present the stories of the 14th UEFA European Football Championship – a narrative of 24 teams vying to be champion of Europe – across 10 stadiums in France.

A unique aspect of ESPN’s coverage is the multiple studio and production locations the company will use for the event. Some are illustrated in the gallery above.

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