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Euro 2012 Fixtures for Outlook or Google Calendar

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

With the draw now made for Euro 2012 we finally know who will be playing where and when for the group stages at least. To make life as easy as possible for all of us, we’ve dropped the dates, times and venues into two handy downloads that should enable most of you to import the Euro 2012 fixtures into your computer calendar or smartphone. Aren’t we nice?

The files are in csv format, which makes them fairly easy to import. You can download a csv for Outlook and one for Google Calendar below, as well as accessing help guides showing you how to do it step-by-step.

Need a little IT help? Click here for Outlook’s online ‘how to import a csv file’ guide or click here for the Google equivalent.

Free Lions is the place for England fans to access information, help and advice about going to Poland and the Ukraine for Euro 2012. We have already completed a lot of our research for the tournament, which we’ve fed into a general guide to the Euro 2012 venues at www.2012fanguide.org.

Now that England’s group stage venues have been finalised, we’ll be working on an England-focused version for our own site next. Look out for it in the new year on www.fsf.org.uk.

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