Euro 2016: As Sweden and Italy play each other on field, their WAGs battle from the stands

As long as there has been football, there has been the WAG (wives and girlfriends) army. While the world's most expensive players battle for glory at the Euro 2016 football championships, their better halves will be in attendance at the venues, lending their support and adding the glamour quotient to the proceedings.

Footballers are renowned world over for attracting the most beautiful women as partner. Friday's match between Italy and Sweden holds a special place as far as WAG watching goes as the two countries are renowned in the world over for having the most beautiful women. So when you combine the two, it really does produce the world championships of WAG watching.

We have helpfully narrowed it down to the top three, so you don't have to go through the trouble of going through all 11 WAGs on either side. And we have, even more helpfully, a video of these six finalists who will battle it out for top honours (No need of thanking us, we are nice like that).

So... drum rolls ... the six top WAGs at the Euro 2016 are — Sarah Felberbaum, Daniele de Rossi's girlfriend; Martina Maccari, Leonardo Bonucci's wife; Veronica Ciardi, Federico Bernardeschi's girlfriend; Josefin Johnsson, Michael Lustig's wife; Nina Wernbloom, wife of Pontus Wernbloom; and Sofie Granqvist, wife of Andreas Granqvist.

Watch the video below and vote for the hottest WAG among the Italy and Swedish contingents:

Video courtesy DPA features

Updated Date: Jun 17, 2016 17:38 PM

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