The BBC has outlined its strategy for covering the Euro 2016 tournament in France.
Between 10 June and 10 July, the broadcaster aims to cover 140 hours of football news during the European Championship, as well as providing extensive material over all their media channels.
Former England captains Alan Shearer and Rio Ferdinand will present the cup's matches alongside France's Thierry Henry. Fan-favourite Gary Lineker takes the lead on all television reports, and will appear on digital coverage as well.
There will be a daily Euro 2016 catch-up video available to stream from BBC Sport online and to download from BBC iPlayer. A new Match of the Day Snapchat account has been created and a Facebook Livestream offers behind-the-scenes access to the tournament.
Barbara Slater, director of BBC Sport, said: "We are delighted to bring audiences closer to the heart of the action than ever before with unparalleled coverage available 24/7. This summer’s Championship will bring the nation together to witness unmissable sporting moments, captivating audiences of all ages on football’s biggest stage.”
The BBC also plans to air three special documentaries to coincide with live coverage of the 26 matches. One of the films celebrates the 20th anniversary of Euro '96, when the tournament was last held in England; another highlights the Euros most famous moments; and one doc will look back at England's World Cup-winning team of 1966.
BBC One will begin proceedings with a Euro 2016 preview show before launching a week's programming across BBC One, Two and Four for the lead-up to the cup.