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Euro 2016: Round of 16 start times, TV schedule, radio and live stream for Sunday

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Lukaku, Coleman, McCarthy and McGeady are all in action today again

Italy v Republic of Ireland - Group E: UEFA Euro 2016 Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images

Welp, the first day of the knockout stages was...interesting. Over the three games, only four goals were scored. So, despite the fact that two games went to extra time and one of those went to penalties, it was pretty much a yawn fest.

Today already looks like it should be more fun. A whole bunch of Evertonians will be back in action. Captain Seamus Coleman leads his Irish side, including James McCarthy and Aiden McGeady, into the first match with tournament hosts. Later: Romelu Lukaku hopes to propel the Belgians past Hungary in order to meet Gareth Bale and Wales in the quarterfinals.

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Onto the games...

France vs. Ireland

Match Details

Date and Time: Sunday, June 26 at 9:00 a.m. EST in USA

Stadium: Stade de Lyon, Lyon, France

Capacity: 59,186

How to Watch

TV: ESPN, ESPN Deportes - US

ITV 1 - UK

Radio: ESPN Deportes, SiriusXM FC - US

TalkSport Radio, BBC Radio 5 - UK

Live stream: ESPN3, Watch ESPN App, ITV Hub

Germany vs. Slovakia

Match Details

Date and Time: Sunday, June 26 at 12:00 p.m. EST in USA

Stadium: Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lille-Metropole, France

Capacity: 50,157

How to Watch

TV: ESPN, ESPN Deportes - US

ITV 1 - UK

Radio: ESPN Deportes, SiriusXM FC - US

TalkSport Radio, BBC Radio 5 - UK

Live stream: ESPN3, Watch ESPN App, ITV Hub

Hungary vs. Belgium

Match Details

Date and Time: Sunday, June 26 at 3:00 p.m. EST in USA

Stadium: Stade de Toulouse, Toulouse, France

Capacity: 33,150

How to Watch

TV: ESPN, ESPN Deportes - US

BBC One - UK

Radio: ESPN Deportes, SiriusXM FC - US

TalkSport Radio, BBC Radio 5 - UK

Live stream: ESPN3, Watch ESPN App, BBC iPlayer