The team, which will play all three of its group stage matches in Wroclaw, opens its tournament on Friday, June 8 against Russia, followed by Greece on June 12 and co-hosts Poland on June 16.
You’ll be able to find the team’s results, interviews and new developments on a special new page at www.radio.cz. Radio Prague will also have its own reporter at the scene.
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