- 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, there is plenty of top-quality football on offer.
Keep on top of who is playing when with bundesliga.com's handy overview.
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Sunday 10 July
EURO 2016: Final
Portugal 1-0 France A.E.T
A Bundesliga trio wrote history with Portugal, who lifted their first major international title after beating France 1-0. Wolfsburg's Vieirinha was an unused substitute, but FC Bayern München's Renato Sanches became the youngest player to feature in the final of a UEFA EURO tournament as he lined up alongside Borussia Dortmund's Raphael Guerreiro for the tie with France. Sanches was brought off in the second half after another strong performance, while Guerreiro struck the bar with a delightful free-kick in extra-time as both ended up on the winning side against the host nation. Bayern's Kingsley Coman made an appearance off the bench for France and looked lively, but it was not enough to clinch the UEFA EURO 2016 title in the Stade de France as Portugal snatched the victory after extra-time thanks to Eder's long-range effort.
EURO 2016: Semi-finals
Germany 0-2 France
Antoine Griezmann scored either side of half time as France ended Germany's UEFA EURO 2016 hopes in Marseille. Griezmann opened the scoring from the penalty spot after Bastian Schweinsteiger had handled inside the box, before the Club Atletico de Madrid star capitalised on a defensive mix-up to seal Les Bleus' place in Sunday's final.
EURO 2016: Semi-finals
Wales 0-2 Portugal
Borussia Dortmund's Raphael Guerreiro and FC Bayern München's Renato Sanches both started as Portugal booked their place in the EURO 2016 finals courtesy of a 2-0 win over Wales. Guerreiro provided the assist for Cristiano Ronaldo's opener, while Sanches was brought off halfway through the second half. Wolfsburg's Vieirinha was an unused substitute.
EURO 2016: Quarter-finals
France 5-2 Iceland
The tournament is now over for FC Augsburg's Alfred Finnbogason and Co after Iceland were comfortably beaten 5-2 by hosts France, for whom FC Bayern München winger Kingsley Coman appeared as an 80th minute substitute. Les Bleus will now face Germany in the semi-finals on Thursday.
EURO 2016: Quarter-finals
Germany 1-1 Italy AET (Germany win 6-5 on penalties)
Reigning world champions Germany edged into the last four after a dramatic penalty shootout against Italy. Mesut Özil had put Germany in front in the 65th minute, only for Leonardo Bonucci to equalise shortly afterwards. No further goals were scored in extra time, forcing the tie into a shootout. Each side took nine spot-kicks, with Manuel Neuer saving two, while Jonas Hector converted the decisive effort to send Germany into the semi-finals.
EURO 2016: Quarter-finals
Poland 1-1 Portugal (Portugal win 5-3 on penalties)
FC Bayern München striker Robert Lewandowski scored his first goal at EURO 2016 in the second minute to put Poland in front against Portugal, who fought back when new Bayern signing Renato Sanches curled in an equaliser from the edge of the box. There were no further games in normal time or extra time, meaning the tie was decided on penalties. Former Borussia Dortmund winger Jakub Blaszczykowski was the only player to miss his spot-kick, allowing Portugal to seal their spot in the semi-finals.
EURO 2016: Last 16
Italy 2-0 Spain
FC Bayern München midfielder Thiago Alcantara was an unused substitute as defending champions Spain bowed out of UEFA EURO 2016 with a 2-0 defeat to Italy in Paris.
England 1-2 Iceland
1. FC Kaiserslautern forward Jon Bödvarsson played for 88 minutes as Iceland shocked England in the EURO 2016 Round of 16. FC Augsburg front-man Alfred Finnbogason was an unused substitute as Iceland completed an upset 2-1 win in Nice.
Copa America – Final
Argentina 0-0 Chile (Chile win 4-2 on penalties)
EURO 2016: Last 16
France 2-1 Republic of Ireland
Bayern’s Coman emerged from the bench at the break with the hosts a goal down, and was his usual attacking threat before being forced off with injury deep into added time as Les Bleus clinched a quarter-final place.
Germany 3-0 Slovakia
Bayern defender Jerome Boateng scored his first international goal and Germany’s fastest-ever in a EURO just eight minutes in. That was supplemented by further strikes from Mario Gomez and VfL Wolfsburg’s Julian Draxler, whose goal capped a Man of the Match-winning display.
Hungary 0-4 Belgium
Adam Szalai (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim) was the only representative of German football on the pitch at kick-off with Laszlo Kleinheisler (SV Werder Bremen) a late withdrawal after injuring himself during the warm-up in Toulouse.
Copa America – 3/4 play-off
USA 0-1 Colombia
Of the Bundesliga contingent in the USMNT squad, only Bobby Wood made the starting line-up, with Hertha's John Anthony Brooks and Borussia Mönchengladbach's Fabian Johnson sidelined through injury. Borussia Dortmund teenager Christian Pulisic was brought on in the second half, but he was unable to unlock a stingy Colombia backline, meaning the South Americans took third spot at the Copa America Centenario.
EURO 2016: Last 16
Switzerland 1-1 Poland (Poland win 5-4 on penalties)
Poland advanced to the quarter-finals of Euro 2016 after a penalty shootout win over Switzerland. Borussia Dortmund's Jakub Blaszczykowski gave Poland a first-half lead, but former FC Bayern München winger Xherdan Shaqiri brought Switzerland level in the 82nd minute to send the contest into extra-time. After a goalless half-hour, the game went to penalties, with Granit Xhaka's wayward effort decisive. The White Eagles will face either Croatia or Portugal in the last eight.
Croatia 0-1 Portugal
New Bayern signing Renato Sanches played a key role in helping Portugal nick a place in the quarter-finals, coming off the bench in the 50th minute to boss the midfield through to the end of extra-time. Alongside compatriots and fellow Bundesliga representatives Vieirinha (VfL Wolfsburg) and Raphael Guerreiro (Borussia Dortmund), they will now face Poland in the last eight.
Iceland 2-1 Austria
Austria's 15-strong contingent of Germany-based players were left heart-broken after a stoppage-time goal from Iceland condemned them to last place in Group F and elimination from the competition. After Iceland took the lead, substitute Alessandro Schöpf of FC Schalke 04 equalised with a stunning solo effort, but although they pressed hard for a winner, the Austrians were undone right at the death. The likes of FC Bayern München's David Alaba, SV Werder Bremen's Zlatko Junuzovic and new Bayer 04 Leverkusen recruit Julian Baumgartlinger are now heading home.
Hungary 3-3 Portugal
These two sides played out a thrilling game in Lyon at the end of which Hungary ended top of the group on goal difference, with Iceland second and Portugal third. Adam Szalai of Hannover 96 led the line bravely for Hungary, while 1. FC Nürnberg's Zoltan Stieber came off the bench late on, helping safeguard the result that sees Hungary play the Group E runner-up in Toulouse on Sunday 26 June. Portugal meanwhile, for whom VfL Wolfsburg's Vieirinha and new FC Bayern midfielder Renato Sanches featured, will take on Croatia in the last 16 in Lens on Saturday 25 June.
Sweden 0-1 Belgium
Hamburger SV's Albin Ekdal and RB Leipzig's Emil Forsberg both started for Sweden but were unable to prevent their side falling to defeat against Belgium. Sweden thus finish bottom of Group E, while Belgium Italy and the Republic of Ireland progress.
Copa America – semi-finals
USA 0-4 Argentina
The USA's hopes of winning the Copa America Centenario on home soil were clinically crushed by Argentina in the semi-final, as Lionel Messi orchestrated a 4-0 win for the South Americans.
Germany 1-0 Northern Ireland
Despite near total domination at Paris' Parc des Princes, Germany could only manage a narrow 1-0 win against Northern Ireland. Nevertheless, Joach Löw's men advanced to the last 16 pf EURO 2016 as Group C winners and will now face the third-placed team from Group A, B or F on Sunday 26 June.
Ukraine 0-1 Poland
FC Bayern München's Robert Lewandowski played the entire 90 minutes as Poland beat Ukraine to finish second behind Germany. The Poles will now face Switzerland in the next round on Saturday 25 June. Borussia Dortmund's Lukasz Piszczek was an unused substitute in this match, but another Dortmund player - Jakub 'Kuba' Blaszczkowski, currently on loan at ACF Fiorentina, scored the winning goal.
Croatia 2-1 Spain
Bayer 04 Leverkusen's 20-year-old defender Tin Jedvaj turned in an assured performance as Croatia came from behind to sensationally beat defending European champions Spain and finish top of Group D. Croatia, for whom TSG 1899 Hoffenheim's Andrej Kramaric made a late cameo from the bench, will now face the third-placed side from Group B, E or F. Thiago Alcantara of FC Bayern München came off the bench for Spain, who will now face Italy in the round of 16 on Monday 27 June in Paris.
Czech Republic 0-2 Turkey
Borussia Dortmund's new signing Emre Mor was the star of the show as Turkey beat Czech Republic in Lens to keep their hopes of reaching the last 16 alive. The 18-year-old laid on the first goal and was a thorn in the Czechs' side throughout, justifying his coach's decision to throw him into the starting line-up. It was, however, a disappointing night for Hoffenheim's Pavel Kaderabek and Hertha Berlin's Vladimir Darida, whose team bow out of the competition with just one point from three.
Russia 0-3 Wales
FC Schalke 04's Roman Neustädter was an unused substitute as Russia bowed out of UEFA EURO 216 with a disappointing defeat in Toulouse.
Slovakia 0-0 England
Hertha Berlin's Peter Pekarik played the dull 90 minutes and 1. FC Köln's Dusan Svento was a second-half replacement as Slovakia valiantly thwarted England in St Etienne. Slovakia have finished third in Group A and will play the winner of Group D - either Spain or Croatia.
Switzerland 0-0 France
Borusssia Mönchengladbach's Yann Sommer excelled in the Switzerland goal as Die Nati kept the host nation at bay to qualify for the competition's last 16 for the first time in the nation's history. Sommer denied Paul Pogba twice in the opening stages in Lille, with Johan Djourou (Hamburger SV), Ricardo Rodriguez (VfL Wolfsburg) and Fabian Schär (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim) also playing their part in a determined rearguard action. France, for whom FC Bayern München's Kingsley Coman started the game, advance as group winners and will play their last-16 game against the third-placed side from either Group C, D or E, while Switzerland will face the second-placed team in Group C.
Romania 0-1 Albania
EURO debutants Albania upset the odds to sensationally beat Romania in Lyon and claim third place in Group A, meaning they are still in with a chance of reaching the last 16 as one of the best-ranked third place teams. 1. FC Köln's Mergim Mavraj was a rock at the centre of defence for Albania, while SC Freiburg's Amir Abrashi put in an industrious display in midfield. Should they reach the last 16, Giovanni De Biasi's team will face the winner of either Group B or Group C.
Copa America – quarter-finals
Mexico 0-7 Chile
TSG 1899 Hoffenheim forward Eduardo Vargas was in sensational form to score four times as Chile took another step towards defending their Copa America crown with a 7-0 victory over Mexico in Santa Clara on Saturday.
Iceland 1-1 Hungary
Alfred Finnbogason and Co. looked to be on course for an historic victory over Hungary, but were denied by a late equaliser as they had to settle for a second successive 1-1 draw in Group F. Hamburg's Zoltan Stieber and Bremen's Laszlo Kleinheisler both featured in Hungary's starting line-up while Hoffenheim's Adam Szalai came off the bench in the second half.
Portugal 0-0 Austria
Austria and their strong Bundesliga contingent kept their hopes of progressing at UEFA EURO 2016 alive with a hard-fought goalless draw against Portugal. FC Bayern's David Alaba went close with a first-half free-kick, while Cristiano Ronaldo had a goal ruled out for offside and missed a penalty as Austria clinched a vital point in Paris.
Copa America – quarter-finals
Argentina 4-1 Venezuela
The Copa America Centenario is now over for MSV Duisburg defender Rolf Feltscher and Venezuela after La Vinotinto were outclassed by a Lionel Messi-inspired Argentina side, who won 4-1. Venezuela can nevertheless leave with their heads held high after unexpectedly winning two and drawing one of their Group C games to reach the knockout rounds. Argentina will now face the USA in the semi-finals on Tuesday 21 June.
Italy 1-0 Sweden
Hamburger SV midfielder Albin Ekdal and RB Leipzig winger Emil Forsberg started as Sweden were edged 1-0 by Italy in Group E. The Bundesliga duo were both substituted off ten minutes before Eder's late winner in Toulouse.
Czech Republic 2-2 Croatia
TSG 1899 Hoffenheim Pavel Kaderabek completed the fill 90 minutes as part of a Czech Republic side who overturned a two-goal deficit to pick up a precious point in their bid to stay alive at UEFA EURO 2016.
Spain 3-0 Turkey
Bayer 04 Leverkusen's Hakan Calhanoglu featured in Turkey's starting line-up, while 1. FSV Mainz 05 midfielder Yunus Malli came on in the second half to make his first-ever appearance at a UEFA European Championships. However, both ended up being on the losing side after a disappointing night in Nice as Spain maintained a 52-year unbeaten streak against Turkey.
Germany 0-0 Poland
Bundesliga players dominated the encounter at Paris' Stade de France but at the end of a gruelling game, the points were shared. Poland enjoyed the better chances - FC Bayern München's Robert Lewandowski was denied brilliantly by club-mate Jerome Boateng in the second half - while Germany controlled proceedings but created little, with Thomas Müller, Mario Götze and Andre Schürrle all somewhat quiet. Joachim Löw's side remain top of Group C, level on points with the Poles.
Russia 1-2 Slovakia
Hertha Berlin's Peter Pekarik played the full 90 minutes and 1. FC Köln midfielder Dusan Svento came off the bench as Slovakia bounced back from defeat to Wales to seal a deserved win over Russia in Lille. FC Schalke 04's Roman Neustädter played the second half for the Russians.
Romania 1-1 Switzerland
A host of Bundesliga players were involved for Switzerland at the Parc des Princes in Paris, but they were left frustrated by a resolute Romania. Borussia Mönchengladbach's Yann Sommer was beaten from the penalty spot as Romania took a first-half lead, but Bayer 04 Leverkusen's Admir Mehmedi levelled matters with a powerful half-volley after the interval. Eintracht Frankfurt's Haris Seferovic had come closest to scoring for Die Nati in the first half, but despite the result, they remain well-placed to reach the quarter-finals.
France 2-0 Albania
FC Bayern München's Kingsley Coman started for Les Bleus as the hosts of EURO 2016 advanced to the last 16 of the competition with a deserved win. Albania, inspired by 1. FC Köln defender Mergim Mavraj, defended stoutly, and were only defeated by two goals in second-half injury time. SC Freiburg's Amir Abrashi also played for Albania,
Chile 4-2 Panama
Austria 0-2 Hungary
Despite boasting the likes of David Alaba of FC Bayern München and Zlatko Junuzovic of SV Werder Bremen in their side, Austria slumped to a shock defeat against Hungary in Bordeaux. Two Germany-based players did the damage for the Magyars, with Hannover 96 striker Adam Szalai opening the scoring and 1. FC Nürnberg's Zoltan Stieber sealing the win with a stylish chip. Hungary's own Werder Bremen midfielder Laszlo Kleinheisler was also named the official man of the match.
Portugal 1-1 Iceland
VfL Wolfsburg's Vieirinha started for Portugal and in St Etienne and FC Bayern München's new signing Renato Sanches came off the bench, but both were left disappointed as the UEFA EURO 2004 runners-up were held to a frustrating draw by plucky Iceland. The Nordic island, playing at a European Championship for the very first time, defended stoutly and might even have won it themselves had FC Augsburg's Alfred Finnbogason not seen his late drive saved.
Mexico 1-1 Venezuela
Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez helped Mexico finish top of Copa America Centenario Group C in a 1-1 draw with Venezuela, although he will have to wait until the quarter-finals to resume his hunt to equal El Tri's all-time scoring record. MSV Duisburg's Rolf Feltscher played the full 90 minutes once again for Venezuela.
Spain 1-0 Czech Republic
FC Bayern München star Thiago Alcantara came on for the final 20 minutes to help steer defending European champions Spain to a 1-0 win over the Czech Republic in their Group D opener in Toulouse. Hertha Berlin's Vladimir Darida and TSG 1899 Hoffenheim's Pavel Kaderabek played 90 minutes for the vanquished side, with SV Werder Bremen's Theodor Gebre Selassie substituted off one minute before Gerard Pique's late winner.
Republic of Ireland 1-1 Sweden
RB Leipzig winger Emil Forsberg started as Sweden kicked off their Group E campaign with a 1-1 draw against the Republic of Ireland in Paris. The youngster had a few bright moments and was involved in the build-up to Sweden's equaliser, while Hamburger SV midfielder Albin Ekdal also featured after coming off the bench in the closing stages.
Turkey 0-1 Croatia
Bayer 04 Leverkusen midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu played the full 90 minutes as Turkey slipped to a 1-0 defeat in their UEFA EURO 2016 Group D opener against Croatia. New Borussia Dortmund signing Emre Mor was unable to turn the tide from the bench in Paris. TSG 1899 Hoffenheim's Andrej Kramaric was a late substitute for the victors.
Poland 1-0 Northern Ireland
FC Bayern München’s Robert Lewandowski captained Poland as they kicked off Group C with a 1-0 win in Nice. Borussia Dortmund’s Lukasz Piszczek started the game, as did Jakub Blaszczykowski, who spent the 2015/16 campaign on loan at ACF Fiorentina.
Germany 2-0 Ukraine
There were seven Bundesliga players in the world champions’ starting XI as they got their Group C campaign underway. Joachim Löw's men needed some fine saves from FC Bayern München’s Manuel Neuer and a remarkable goalline clearance from his club team-mate Jerome Boateng to secure all three points in Lille.
Albania 0-1 Switzerland
Fabian Schär (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim) became the first Bundesliga player to score at UEFA EURO 2016 with the only goal of the game in Lens. Vladimir Petkovic's men needed a superb save from Borussia Mönchengladbach 'keeper Yann Sommer to preserve their lead in the closing stages. Johan Djourou (Hamburger SV), Ricardo Rodriguez (VfL Wolfsburg), Admir Mehmedi (Bayer 04 Leverkusen) and Haris Seferovic (Eintracht Frankfurt) all started the game while Fabian Frei (1. FSV Mainz 05) came off the bench.
Wales 2-1 Slovakia
England 1-1 Russia
FC Schalke 04's defensive midfielder Roman Neustädter - already capped twice by Germany in friendlies - made his competitive debut for Russia as Leonid Slutsky's side battled back to draw 1-1 with England in Marseille.
USA 1-0 Paraguay
Hertha Berlin centre-back John Anthony Brooks put in a man-of-the-match performance as Jürgen Klinsmann's USMNT won through to the Copa America Centenario quarter-finals with a 1-0 win over Paraguay. Borussia Mönchengladbach's Fabian Johnson and Hamburger SV's summer signing Bobby Wood also started in Philadelphia. FC Ingolstadt 04's Dario Lezcano played 90 minutes for the defeated nation.
France 2-1 Romania
FC Bayern München winger Kingsley Coman came off the bench midway through the second half to help hosts France to a 2-1 win over Romania in the opening game of UEFA EURO 2016
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.
Chile 2-1 Bolivia
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.
Portugal 7-0 Estonia
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Mexico 1-0 Chile
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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: 10 July, 23:00GMT