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Uefa launches Euro 2016 tenders in Poland and Russia

Uefa, football’s European governing body, has invited bids for the media rights in Poland and Russia to the Euro 2016 national team competition.

Bids for rights in Poland must be submitted by November 20, while Russian broadcasters have until November 21 to enter offers.

The CAA Eleven agency is handling the sales process for Euro 2016 on behalf of Uefa. The tournament will be hosted by France.

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