The Euro 2016 football championships is not just about the so-called "beautiful game".
In order to make a tournament with 24 countries involved a success, there is an awful lot of business travel involved, not just from organisers UEFA but also the individual teams. Managing that travel is likely to be a headache. Teams can quickly go from being a tournament favourite to being unceremoniously ejected from the competition if results do not go their way. Any travel agent asked to look after that will have their work cut out — making sure they can get the team to where they need to be.
The 24 teams are based at locations throughout France, from Deauville in the north (Croatia) to Sant-Cyr-sur-Mer (Turkey) in the south and from Evian-les-Bains (Germany) in the east to Perros Guirec (Albania) in the west. The full map of base camps can be seen on the UEFA site here.
The teams are basing themselves in a range of different types of accommodation. The Mail Online has a handy article showing where each team is staying for the tournament.
Our chart this week (or more precisely a map) shows the official travel agencies that work for the football federations from each competing country. They are typically sports specialist agencies and many look after supporter as well as the federation's business travel and are members of the specialist sports travel agency association ISTAA.
An early exit for a national team means a cold bath for the travel agent as well as the team. Good luck everyone.