One year into a sweeping corruption scandal at the highest levels of global soccer, FIFA’s reputation and finances are still under a cloud. Some 150 miles away, though, the forecast is very different for UEFA, the most important regional soccer body under the FIFA umbrella. When Euro 2016 begins today in France, it will be the biggest in the tournament’s history, with more teams, more games and more host cities. For UEFA, all that adds up to more money. But how do fans make money? HSBC Equity Strategist Robert Parkes and BNP Paribas Global Equity Derivative Strategist Edmund Shing discuss with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "The Pulse."