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Working at UEFA EURO 2016

Published: Monday 1 April 2013, 10.38CET


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Published: Monday 1 April 2013, 10.38CET

Working at UEFA EURO 2016


The EURO 2016 SAS team on the Place du Trocadéro in Paris

Every four years, the UEFA European Football Championship finals brings together the best national teams in Europe to see who will be crowned champions of the continent.

The 2016 edition will be hosted by France and will feature 24 teams competing in 51 matches from 10 June to 10 July 2016.

EURO is the third most popular sporting event in the world. To prepare for this celebration of football, UEFA is looking for highly skilled, hard-working and motivated staff with work experience in various areas.

Job opportunities relating to UEFA EURO 2016 will be published regularly in this section. If you think working with UEFA would be a good match for your career aspirations, skills and experience, you can apply here.

EURO 2016 uses UEFA's recruitment platform. You will be redirected to the job page dedicated to UEFA EURO 2016. Click below to create your new user account.

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Last updated: 10/06/15 12.43CET