- Good layout makes this easy to use.
Front page is really good, laying everything out in distinct sections. Headlines to right, comments in the middle, tables and stats at the bottom.
- "Articles, stats and reports."
Find out the very latest with a string of reports direct from the team camps. Match stats clear and concise, with in-depth reporting of all aspects of the competition.
- This site has been taken over by Euro2000.
Some interesting angles, such as an online referee for the major matches. Good articles and reports. Handy menus on right and left hand sides.
- Good clear layout.
The stories are there, in chronological order. Once you have found the story, there are myriad links to different pages so you find exactly what you want.
- Hear the latest news from this computer sprite newsreader.
Good mini guides and profiles. Gives stories from the tournament as well as the latest team news. Find the headlines from around the world at the same time.
- Bright and comprehensive coverage.
Click on Euro Finals Groups on the left to see all the stats and tables, and read the reports.
- Official Euro2000 website.
Find the info on all teams with typically unbiased reporting in this UEFA-run site. Use the left hand menu to find the team of your choice. Good style of reporting makes it a good page to use.
- Pages now devoted to Euro2000.
Handy box in top left corner, which lets you check team news or match previews easily and quickly. Decent reports, although a bit short.
- Up-to-the-minute coverage.
Read the latest from the players and the camps, as well as the usual reports and opinions.
- Long menu on right detracts from layout of site.
Use the long lists to find what you want, including Scotland's Craig Brown audio clips on each team. Menu on left is best option for general pages, the right for specifics.
- Dominated by ads.
Scroll to the bottom of the page to find the links to the sections you want, or use the left hand menu. Just doesn't quite look right.
- Frantic-looking home page.
Slightly confusing, but all the coverage is there if you look for it. Try the left hand menu for the stories and stats.
- Slightly limited coverage.
Consists of a few articles and reports, mainly about just England.