Teams can already begin planning their UEFA EURO 2016 team base camps after the launch of a digital catalogue aimed at UEFA's 54 member associations.
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A catalogue of UEFA EURO 2016 team base camps, aimed at UEFA's 54 member associations, was launched on 1 September.
For the first time for an international sporting tournament, the catalogue of base camps has been made available via an interactive website, accessible at: http://teambasecampseuro2016.uefa.ch. National associations can now use it to find the training facilities that best suit their needs.
Sixty-six base camps have been selected by EURO 2016 SAS. The objective of this extensive catalogue is to provide national associations with the largest possible choice of sites throughout France. This means that regions and towns that are not actually hosting matches will also be involved.
Each of the base camps comprises training facilities and a hotel. The training facilities have all been selected for the high-quality infrastructure that they possess. The majority of hotels demonstrate the high standard of accommodation available in France. Moreover, they offer speedy access to airports and railway stations, thereby simplifying the logistical challenges faced by national team delegations.
National associations whose teams qualify for UEFA EURO 2016 have until 31 January 2016 to confirm their selection with UEFA.