• EURO 2016 and Copa America Centenario keeping Bundesliga stars busy this summer.
  • International fixtures ensure football continues up to July 10.
  • Numerous Bundesliga stars seeking trophies with their countries.

The Bundesliga is on its summer break, but that does not necessarily mean the stars of Germany's top flight can put their feet up. With UEFA EURO 2016 and the Copa America Centenario on the agenda in the coming weeks, there will be plenty of top-quality football on offer.

Click here for an overview of the Bundesliga stars participating at the European Championship.

Keep on top of who is playing when with's handy overview.

All times given are GMT

Friday June 10  

EURO 2016

France vs Romania (19:00)

Copa America

Mexico 2-0 Jamaica

Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez moved to within one goal of Mexico's all-time scoring record when he netted his 45th international strike in a 2-0 win over Jamaica in Los Angeles. The result means El Tri have now won both games so far at the Copa America, securing them a place in the quarter-finals.

Click here for the full match report.

Chile vs Bolivia (23:00)

Saturday June 11  

EURO 2016

Albania vs Switzerland (13:00)

Wales vs Slovakia (16:00)

England vs Russia (19:00)

Copa America

USA vs Paraguay (23:00)

Sunday June 12  

EURO 2016

Turkey vs Croatia (13:00)

Poland vs Northern Ireland (16:00)

Germany vs Ukraine (19:00)

Monday 13 June  

EURO 2016

Spain vs Czech Republic (13:00)

Republic of Ireland vs Sweden (16:00)

Tuesday 14 June  

EURO 2016

Austria vs Hungary (16:00)

Portugal vs Iceland (19:00)

Copa America

Mexico vs Venezuela (00:00)

Wednesday 15 June  

EURO 2016

Russia vs Slovakia (13:00)

Romania vs Switzerland (16:00)

France vs Albania (19:00)

Copa America

Chile vs Panama (00:00)

Thursday 16 June  

EURO 2016

Ukraine vs Northern Ireland (16:00)

Germany vs Poland (19:00)

Friday 17 June  

EURO 2016

Italy vs Sweden (13:00)

Czech Republic vs Croatia (16:00)

Spain vs Turkey (19:00)

Copa America – quarter-finals TBC

Saturday 18 June  

EURO 2016

Iceland vs Hungary (16:00)

Portugal vs Austria (19:00)

Copa America – quarter-finals TBC

Sunday 19 June  

EURO 2016

Switzerland vs France (19:00)

Romania vs Albania (19:00)

Copa America – quarter-finals TBC

Monday 20 June  

EURO 2016

Russia vs Wales (19:00)

Slovakia vs England (19:00)

Tuesday 21 June  

EURO 2016

Ukraine vs Poland (16:00)

Northern Ireland vs Germany (16:00)

Croatia vs Spain (19:00)

Czech Republic vs Turkey (19:00)

Wednesday 22 June  

EURO 2016

Iceland vs Austria (16:00)

Hungary vs Portugal (16:00)

Sweden vs Belgium (19:00)

Copa America – semi-finals TBC

Thursday 23 June  

Copa America – semi-finals TBC

Saturday 25 June  

EURO 2016: Last 16 – TBC

Sunday 26 June  

EURO 2016: Last 16 - TBC

Copa America – 3/4 play-off

Monday 27 June  

EURO 2016: Last 16 - TBC

Copa America – Final

Thursday 30 June  

EURO 2016: Quarter-finals TBC

Friday 1 July  

EURO 2016: Quarter-finals TBC

Saturday 2 July  

EURO 2016: Quarter-finals TBC

Sunday 3 July  

EURO 2016: Quarter-finals TBC

Wednesday 6 July  

EURO 2016: Semi-finals TBC

Thursday 7 July  

EURO 2016: Semi-finals TBC

Sunday 10 July  

EURO 2016: Final TBC

Previous results

Thursday 9 June  

Copa America

Uruguay 0-1 Venezuela

MSV Duisburg defender Rolf Feltscher helped Venezuela all-but book their place in the Copa America quarter-finals thanks to a shock 1-0 victory over Uruguay in Philadelphia. The 25-year-old started a second successive match for La Vinotinto, who went ahead in the 36th minute through Salomon Rondon. Venezuela face Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez's Mexico side in their final Group C clash on Monday 13 June in a fixture that could decide who finishes top of the standings.

Wednesday 8 June  


Portugal 7-0 Estonia

Vieirinha played the whole of the second half as Portugal rounded off their EURO preparations with a convincing win. FC Augsburg defender Ragnar Klavan was in Estonia's ranks for the game in Lisbon.

Copa America

USA 4-0 Costa Rica

New Hamburger SV signing Bobby Wood opened his account at the Copa America Centenario, netting in the USA's 4-0 victory over Costa Rica in Group A on Tuesday. Fabian Johnson and John Anthony Brooks also played in the win, which lifts the USMNT to second in the standings, leaving them well-placed to qualify for the knockout stages.

Click here for the full match report.

Colombia 2-1 Paraguay

FC Ingolstadt 04 striker Dario Lezcano was once again in the starting line-up for Paraguay, whose hopes of reaching the quarter-finals now hang by a thread following a 2-1 defeat to Colombia. Lezcano came close to scoring, but his superb 20-yard free-kick came back off the crossbar.

Tuesday 7 June  


Spain 0-1 Georgia

FC Bayern München's Thiago Alcantara played the first 45 minutes of the reigning world and European champions' defeat. The Bundesliga title-winner even hit a post with a long-range shot, but could not prevent Vicente del Bosque's men from going down to a shock loss.

Australia 1-2 Greece

Mathew Leckie (FC Ingolstadt 04) and Robbie Kruse (Bayer 04 Leverkusen) were both starters for the Socceroos but were unable to prevent their team falling to defeat in Melbourne. Konstantinos Stafylidis of FC Augsburg and Borussia Dortmund's Sokratis Papastathopoulos featured for the Greeks, who are coached by former Hertha Berlin and Bayer 04 Leverkusen boss Michael Skibbe.

Japan 1-2 Bosnia-Herzegovina

Bosnia-Herzegovina lifted the Kirin Cup after beating hosts Japan in Osaka. Mario Vrancic (SV Darmstadt 98) and Toni Sunjic (VfB Stuttgart) featured for the visitors, while Gotoku Sakai (Hamburger SV), Makoto Hasebe (Eintracht Frankfurt) and Hiroshi Kiyotake (Hannover 96) played for Japan, with Kiyotake scoring the Samurai Blues' goal.

Denmark 4-0 Bulgaria

Bundesliga trio Andreas Christensen (Borussia Mönchengladach), Jannik Vestergaard (SV Werder Bremen) and Pierre-Emile Höjbjerg (FC Schalke 04) all started as Denmark swept past Bulgaria in the third-place play-off in the Kirin Cup.

Copa America

Argentina 2-1 Chile

Three Bundesliga players, Arturo Vidal, Charles Aranguiz and Eduardo Vargas, were all in Chile's starting line-up as La Roja launched their title defence against fierce rivals Argentina. The first-half ended goalless, but last year's defeated finalists scored twice early in the second period to pave the way for a crucial victory.

Click here for the full match report.

Monday 6 June  


Poland 0-0 Lithuania

FC Bayern München's Robert Lewandowski and Borussia Dortmund's Lukasz Piszczek were both unused substitutes for Poland in their final warm-up game ahead of EURO 2016. Their talents were missed in the final third as Poland failed to break their opponents down, although they did keep a third clean sheet in their last four outings - a boost ahead of facing Germany in Group C at the tournament proper.

Iceland 4-0 Liechtenstein

FC Augsburg striker Alfred Finnbogason scored Iceland's third in a comfortable 4-0 triumph over European minnows Liechtenstein. Iceland play their opening EURO 2016 game against Portugal on 14 June in Group F.

Copa America

Mexico 3-1 Uruguay

Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez spearheaded a Mexico side that showed they mean business at the Copa America by beating a strong Uruguay team - ranked ninth in the world - 3-1 in Glendale, Arizona. The Leverkusen star played for 83 minutes in a match both teams ended with ten men, and El Tri will now be favourites to finish Group C in top spot after dispatching their most difficult opponents.

Click here for our full match report.

Jamaica 0-1 Venezuela

MSV Duisburg defender Rolf Feltscher completed the full 90 minutes as Venezuela opened their Copa America campaign with a 1-0 win over ten-man Jamaica in Chicago, Illinois.

Sunday 5 June  


Czech Republic 1-2 South Korea

SV Werder Bremen's Theodor Gebre-Selassie was sent off after an hour of the Czech Republic's final warm-up friendly ahead of UEFA EURO 2016, which ended in a 2-1 defeat to South Korea. Hertha Berlin's Vladimir Darida managed to stay on the field for the full 90 minutes.

FC Augsburg's Jeong-Ho Hong came on for the final eight minutes of South Korea's win with his Augsburg team-mate Dong-Won Ji coming off in stoppage time in Prague.

Sweden 3-0 Wales

RB Leipzig's Emil Forsberg got Sweden off to a flyer in their final UEFA EURO 2016 warm-up game against EURO rivals Wales. The Swedish midfielder of the year for 2014 struck first in a 3-0 win for Blågult, leaving the field after an hour. He was replaced by Hamburger SV's Albin Ekdal with the score already at 2-0 in Solna, where the UEFA Europa League final will be held next year.

Serbia 1-1 Russia

VfB Stuttgart winger Filip Kostic completed 80 minutes as Serbia scored a late equaliser to deny Euro 2016 participants Russia the win.

Slovenia vs Turkey (18:15)

2017 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifying

Swaziland 0-1 Guinea

Borussia Mönchengladbach winger Ibrahima Traore's hopes of leading Guinea out at next year's Africa Cup of Nations were ended following a narrow 1-0 defeat in Swaziland. The result means the National Elephant can no longer reach the finals as one of the qualifying round's best runners-up.

Copa America

Jamaica 0-1 Venezuela

MSV Duisburg defender Rolf Feltscher and former Hamburger SV midfielder Tomas Rincon helped Venezuela get off to a winning start in Group C, which also includes Mexico and Uruguay, thanks to a 1-0 victory over underdogs Jamaica. Feltscher went the full 90 minutes for the South Americans, who played with a man extra for most of the game after Rodolph Austin was sent off in the first half.

Saturday 4 June  


Germany 2-0 Hungary

FC Bayern München's Thomas Müller scored his 32nd senior international goal as Germany warmed up for their UEFA Euro 2016 Group C opener against Ukraine with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Hungary at FC Schalke 04's VELTINS Arena.

Click here for the full match report

Australia 1-0 Greece

FC Ingolstadt 04's Mathew Leckie scored with the last kick of the game to give a Socceroos side also boasting Bayer 04 Leverkusen's Robbie Kruse the win in Sydney. Borussia Dortmund defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos featured for the Greeks.

Croatia 10-0 San Marino

TSG 1899 Hoffenheim striker Andrej Kramaric came off the bench as Croatia hit ten past a hapless San Marino side, with former FC Bayern München and VfL Wolfsburg hitman Mario Mandzukic scoring a hat-trick for the Euro 2016 participants.

Slovakia 0-0 Northern Ireland

Peter Pekarik of Hertha Berlin and Dusan Svento (1. FC Köln) were both part of a Slovakia back-four that prevented Euro participants Northern Ireland from finding the net as the sides played out a goalless draw in Trnava.

Austria 0-2 Netherlands

A total of ten Germany-based players were involved as Austria suffered a 2-0 defeat at home to the Netherlands. Austria, coached by former VfL Bochum and 1. FC Köln boss Marcel Koller, looked promising going forward, but lacked precision in the final third and ultimately drew a blank.

France 3-0 Scotland

Tournament hosts France rounded off their Euro 2016 preparations with a comprehensive win over Scotland. Bayern winger Kingsley Coman started for Les Bleus, who are looking in fine form ahead Friday's opener against Romania.

Copa America

USA 0-2 Colombia

Borussia Mönchengladbach's Fabian Johnson, Hertha Berlin's John Anthony Brooks and Hamburger SV newcomer Bobby Wood all started for the USMNT against Colombia in the opening match of the Copa America Centenario, while Borussia Dortmund youngster Christian Pulisic appeared as a second-half substitute in a 2-0 defeat that leaves the tournament hosts bottom of Group A.

Click here for the full match report.

Costa Rica 0-0 Paraguay

FC Ingolstadt 04 striker Dario Lezcano played the full 90 minutes for Paraguay in their opening match at the Copa America in sweltering conditions in Orlando, Florida. He had a goal disallowed for offside in the first half, but that was the only time either side rippled the net in a fiercely-contested draw.

Click here for the full match report.

Friday 3 June  


Switzerland 2-1 Moldova

Bayer 04 Leverkusen attacker Admir Mehmedi scored the winning goal for a Switzerland side consisting of as many as six Bundesliga representatives in Roman Bürki (Dortmund), Fabian Schär (Hoffenheim), Ricardo Rodriguez (Wolfsburg), Fabian Frei (Mainz) and Mehmedi.

Kirin Cup

Japan 7-2 Bulgaria

Borussia Dortmund midfielder Shinji Kagawa scored a first-half brace as Japan thrashed Bulgaria 7-2 in Friday's Kirin Cup semi-final in Toyota.

Click here for the match report.

Bosnia-Herzegovina 2-2 Denmark (Bosnia win 4-3 on penalties)

Japan will face Bosnia-Herzegovina in Tuesday's final after a side that included Sead Kolasinac (FC Schalke 04), Toni Sunjic (VfB Stuttgart) and Mario Vrancic (SV Darmstadt 98) overcame Denmark 4-3 on penalties in the competition's other semi-final tie.

Thursday 2 June  


Mexico 1-0 Chile

Bayer 04 Leverkusen star 'Chicharito’ came off the bench to score the only goal of the game as Mexico defeated Arturo Vidal’s Chile in a heavyweight pre-Copa America Centenario friendly on Wednesday.

Read the full report here

Guatemala 1-1 Venezuela

MSV Duisburg’s Rolf Feltscher was an unused substitute as Venezuela scored late to claim a draw.

England 1-0 Portugal

Versatile VfL Wolfsburg star Vieirinha was unable to prevent Portugal slip to a narrow defeat to England, with Bayern new recruit Renato Sanches coming off the bench for A Selecção.

Wednesday 1 June  


Spain 6-1 South Korea

FC Bayern München midfielder Thiago came off the bench at half-time to replace FC Barcelona's Andres Iniesta and promptly provided the assist for Spain's fourth goal five minutes later in the rout of South Korea. FC Augsburg duo Jeong-Ho Hong and Dong-Won Ji each played the full 90 minutes.

Russia 1-2 Czech Republic

SV Werder Bremen's Theodor Gebre Selassie and Hertha Berlin's Vladimir Darida both featured from start to finish in the Czech Republic's come-from-behind victory over a Russia, for whom Roman Neustädter came on at centre-back to make his competitive debut. TSG 1899 Hoffenheim's Pavel Kaderabek came off the bench for the visitors halfway through the second half.

Norway 3-2 Iceland

FC Augsburg striker Alfred Finnbogason was unable to find the back of the net in his 62-minute appearance against Norway, who has FC Ingolstadt 04's Örjan Nyland between the sticks for the full 90 minutes.

Poland 1-2 Netherlands

Poland suffered defeat in their final pre-EURO 2016 friendly as Robert Lewandowski had to endure a frustrating and scoreless outing. Lukasz Piszczek featured in the hosts' starting line-up, but came off at half-time, while VfL Wolfsburg's Bas Dost was a second-half substitute for the Dutch.

Belgium 1-1 Finland

Eintracht Frankfurt No1 Lukas Hradecky was on the receiving end of an 89th-minute equaliser courtesy of Romelu Lukaku as Finland's brave bid to cause an upset ultimately end in draw. 1. FC Kaiserslautern's Alexander Ring also featured in the starting line-up.

Tuesday 31 May  


Austria 2-1 Malta

Marcel Koller's men had goals from FC Schalke 04's Alessandro Schöpf and former SV Werder Bremen man Marko Arnautovic to thank for their win over the visitors in Klagenfurt.

Monday 30 May  


Panama 0-2 Brazil

VfL Wolfsburg midfielder Luiz Gustavo won his 41st Brazil cap, anchoring the Selecao midfield for the first half of an eventual 2-0 win over Panama at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Denver, Colorado.

Sweden 0-0 Slovenia

Bayer 04 Leverkusen's Kevin Kampl played the full 90 minutes as Slovenia held on for a goalless draw against a Sweden side, which featured Emil Forsberg, before the RB Leipzig forward was brought off at half-time.

France 3-2 Cameroon

Kingsley Coman grabbed plenty of headlines in France's five-goal thriller against Cameroon as the young FC Bayern München winger put in another sterling performance for France. The 20-year-old provided the assist for France's opening goal, while FC Schalke 04's Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting came off the bench to level the scores at 2-2 in the 88th minute before the hosts snatched a winner in injury time.

Sunday 29 May  


Germany 1-3 Slovakia

An experimental Germany side including four debutants was beaten by an in-form Slovakia in their penultimate warm-up game before UEFA EURO 2016 in France next month.

Guatemala 1-7 Armenia

Borussia Dortmund midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan became the first player in the history of the Armenia national team to score a hat-trick in Saturday's 7-1 friendly win over Guatemala in Los Angeles.

USA 4-0 Bolivia

Borussia Dortmund wonderkid Christian Pulisic became the youngest goalscorer in the modern era of the USMNT in Saturday's 4-0 friendly drubbing of Bolivia. The landmark goal came in the 69th minute with the Stars and Stripes already 3-0 up, and just six minutes after Pulisic had entered the fray as a second-half substitute.

Albania 3-1 Qatar

1. FC Köln defender Mergim Mavraj played 90 minutes as Albania came from behind to beat Qatar 3-1 in Kapfenberg, Austria.

Spain 3-1 Bosnia & Herzegovina

It was an afternoon of mixed fortunes for Hamburger SV defender Emir Spahic as he scored and was sent off in Bosnia & Herzegovina's 3-1 defeat to Spain. FC Schalke 04's Sead Kolasinac played the full 90 minutes of the fixture, played in St. Gallen, Switzerland.

Romania 3-4 Ukraine

VfB Stuttgart's Alexandru Maxim played just over half an hour of Romania's 4-3 defeat to Ukraine, coming on while his side were 3-1 down and setting up his side's third goal, scored by Nicolae Stanciu.

Turkey 1-0 Montenegro

Bayer 04 Leverkusen's Hakan Calhanoglu was substituted after 58 minutes of Turkey's last-gasp 1-0 win over Montenegro in Antalya.

Portugal 3-0 Norway

VfL Wolfsburg's Vieirinha and new FC Bayern München signing Renato Sanches both sprang from the bench in Portugal's 3-0 win over Norway. Hannover 96 midfielder Iver Fossum came on for the final 15 minutes for the guests in Lisbon.

Saturday 28 May  


Chile 1-2 Jamaica

Bayer 04 Leverkusen's Charles Aranguiz and Eduardo Vargas of TSG 1899 Hoffenheim were both in action on Saturday night with their Chile losing 2-1 to Jamaica. Vargas played 45 minutes while Aranguiz was involved in the full 90.

Costa Rica 2-1 Venezuela

Rolf Feltscher of Bundesliga 2 side MSV Duisburg was also on the wrong end of a 2-1 defeat, with Costa Rica beating his Venezuela in a game which saw Feltscher feature for 77 minutes.

Switzerland 2-1 Belgium

Belgium came from behind to beat Switzerland 2-1, with plenty of Bundesliga talent on display. Substitute Haris Seferovic saw a red card while Borussia Mönchengladbach's Yann Sommer, Bayer 04 Leverkusen's Admir Mehmedi, VfL Wolfsburg's Ricardo Rodriguez and Hamburger SV's Johan Djourou were all in the Swiss starting XI.

Mexico 1-0 Paraguay

Mexico saw off Paraguay 1-0 with Bayer 04 Leverkusen's Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez a starter for the Central American nation. For Paraguay, FC Ingolstadt 04's Dario Lezcano came on in the 58th minute.

Last updated: 10June, 03:30GMT