Celtic, Aberdeen and Kilmarnock were the biggest Scottish beneficiaries of payments to clubs who provided players to national teams during Euro 2016.
Watching your team lose in a major final is never easy but as an memorable Euro 2016 came to its conclusion last night, it was French heartbreak which led to one of the most heartwarming moments of the competition.
England lack of leaders on the park and off it is embarrassing.
It’s the so-called ‘Viking war chant’ that mesmerised Europe after Iceland stunned England in one of the greatest shocks in international football.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright was impressed with the form of his native Northern Ireland in the Euro Championship finals.
"Never wake me from this amazing dream!"
After much consideration and deep thought, I’ve decided what the problem with England’s Euros campaign is.
It’s one of those magic football commentary moments that every passionate football fan will understand, whatever language you speak.
In case the recent stories of violence at Euro 2016 have been putting you off following the tournament, this will make everything right with the world again.
French police have arrested 36 people after violence erupted in the streets of Lille ahead of England’s Euro 2016 clash with Wales.
So far, despite a smattering of quality goals, and classy performances, I wouldn’t say this Euros has been memorable just yet.
I’ve always thought Roy Hodgson was about as inspirational as a wet lettuce.
Italy could hardly have had a better start to their Euro 2016 campaign as they beat Belgium 2-0, but it wasn’t 100% perfect for goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon.
A top policeman has praised the good behaviour of Irish fans at Euro 2016 but said his force will not be taking their eye off the ball.
A Northern Ireland football fan who died after a fall in France was Darren Rodgers from Ballymena, sources said.
There was something wrong with the goal Luka Modric scored to give Croatia a 1-0 win over Turkey in Group D.
It wasn’t just the bold choice of a grey T-shirt that made Joachim Low stand out in Germany’s Euro 2016 opener against Ukraine.
Football fans in Dundee have laid down millions of pounds worth of bets as the city gets ready for Euro 2016.
Euro 2016 gets under way on Friday as hosts France face Romania, before England play Russia on Saturday.
Dundee’s Julen Etxabeguren is one man who will definitely not be supporting Spain this summer.