Euro 2016: Northern Ireland squad departs Belfast en route to finals in France

The Northern Ireland squad receives a special send-off at Belfast City Airport as the players head to the pre-Euro 2016 training camp in Austria.

Manager Michael O'Neill said that the excitement is continuing to build among the players.

"Since the players have come in, there has been a real edge to training. It's exciting times for all the players," he said.

The squad will spend five days in Austria before travelling to Slovakia for Saturday's final warm-up game.

O'Neill and his players will head to their tournament base of Lyon on 5 June before their Group C campaign begins against Poland in Nice on 12 June.

The Northern Irish will face Ukraine in Lyon four days later before taking on world champions Germany in Paris on 21 June.

BBC Sport