Euro 2016 Predictions Competition – How To Play

Euro 2016 PredictionsLanguagecaster are hosting a Euro 2016 predictions competition this summer with some Amazon tokens to give away as prizes. Which team do you think will lift the trophy in July? Can hosts France win their second title on home soil or will Spain win the trophy for the third time in a row? What about World Cup winners Germany? Maybe a dark horse such as Portugal, Belgium, Croatia or Turkey? And how about England? Join our Euro 2016 predictions competition here.

How to play

  • It is free to play – simply register or log in with your email.
  • Come along to the Euro 2016 Predictions page to make your predictions.
  • Fill in your predictions and click save – remember that you can change your scores right up to kick-off time.
  • Check the current rankings here


  • First prize: £30 worth of Amazon vouchers
  • Second prize: £20 worth of Amazon vouchers
  • Third prize: £10 worth of Amazon vouchers.
  • Everyone who takes part is automatically entered into a draw to win £10 worth of Amazon vouchers.

Scoring System

  • Three points for a perfect score. For example, if you think England will beat Wales 2-0 and this is the final score then you receive three points.
  • One point for the right result. For example, if the game between England and Wales finishes 1-1 and you chose a different score but the right result (e.g. 0-0; 2-2 or 3-3) then you will receive 1 point.
  • For the knockout stages neither penalties nor extra time are included. Simply predict the score for 90 minutes.
  • If any of the players in the top three positions finish with the same number of points at the end of the competition then there will be a random draw to decide the final position.

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