The base camps for UEFA EURO 2016 have been confirmed, with the 24 teams each selecting the centre from which they will launch their bid for glory. So who is where?
Article top media content
The 24 teams have confirmed the base camps in France from which they will launch their bid for UEFA EURO 2016 glory.
England, Romania, Portugal, Russia, Republic of Ireland and France have all stuck close to Paris, with the hosts in particularly familiar surroundings at their usual base in Clairefontaine.
The rest, though, have spread out the length and breadth of 'L'Hexagone', from Croatia's near Le Havre in the north to Turkey's temporary home just outside Marseille in the south.
World champions Germany have opted for Evian-Les-Bains, right on the border with Switzerland.
Holders Spain, meanwhile, are in UNESCO-listed Saint Martin de Re, a small village on the Atlantic coast.