Telegraph Fantasy Football managers can take advantage of an early bird buy-one-get-one free offer until midnight on May 31, 2016. This means you can effectively get teams from the equivalent of £1 a go until the end of May.
However many teams you buy, we will give you the same number of teams to play with during the Euros - completely free of charge.
Why not use a spare credit to put your usual tactics to one side and have a serious crack at picking the best Starting XI of the tournament? The highest scoring Starting XI - based on a snapshot of every team in the competition taken when the tournament kicks off at 8pm on Friday, June 10 will earn £5,000 for the manager of that team.
The way to approach this is to look long-term. Decide which nations will go deepest into the competition and select players accordingly. The longer they last, the more games they'll play and the more opportunties they'll have to rack up the points - especially if they get involved in a couple of penalty shoot-outs along the way.
Once the touranment starts, you can still make transfers within these teams but only the XI as it stands at the start will count towards the Starting XI league.
There's £5,000 for the best team in this league and there are prizes for the next best nine teams too:
Prizes - Starting XI League:
5th to 10th: £50
Some tips to help you get started
The 2015/16 Telegraph Fantasy Football Champion, Roy Frost, suggests the best way to tackle your initial team selection is to pick a block defence. With that in mind, why not try starting with the German defence?
GK - Neuer (£4.0m)
DEF - Boateng (£4.5m)
DEF - Hummels (4.3m)
DEF - Hector (£3.4m)
Germany have been drawn in Group C with Northern Ireland, Poland and Ukraine - which presents a decent opportunity for three clean sheets. If Neuer, Boateng, Hummels and Hector were to all play 90 minutes, they'd rack up 28 TFF points between them before the knockout stages have even begun.