Teams charged for off-the-pitch mayhem
Uefa has begun disciplinary proceedings against Portugal, Hungary and Belgium for incidents in their matches.
Portugal are charged with allowing a pitch invasion, Hungary for allowing crowd disturbances and Belgium for fans setting off fireworks and throwing objects.
France yet to see last of Russian right-wing fan
The Russian far-right fan leader expelled from France over causing unrest has vowed to return to the country before the end of Euro 2016.
Alexander Shprygin, who heads Russia's national supporters association, was among the 20 Russian fans deported on Saturday for disrupting public order.
Vardy keeping mum over Twitter activity
Jamie Vardy coolly dealt with questions about his Leicester future, England place and unorthodox playing preparations, but one query about blocking his lookalike - Lee Chapman, the postman who boarded Leicester's bus for their title celebrations - on Twitter caught him off-guard.
"Lee Chapman? Am I not allowed to block anyone?," the England striker asked. "There's a lot of people blocked on my Twitter for various reasons."