Spain makes history at the UEFA European Championship in Kiev's Olympic Stadium, as they have officially retained the championship with a 4-0 victory against Italy.
With the second round of matches having concluded, it is time we look at where the teams are and what exactly they need to do to advance to the QuarterFinals and beyond.
Day Four of the 2012 European Football Championships, a.k.a Euro 2012. The final set of teams to see action, with teams trying to reclaim lost glory highlighting the constitution of the group.
Welcome to Day 3 of the 2012 European Football Championships, or the Euro 2012 for short. Fans have enjoyed the past two days, and this group aims to provide that and some more for you.
The European Football Championships, or the Euros, are already underway. Tonight is the beginning of play for the Group B. The Group of Death to beat all Groups-of-Death. All teams are in the FIFA Top 10 rankings for June.
The European Football Championships has began, and this group will be kicking things off. No big name countries in Group A, but everyone are even.
The Deutscher Fußball-Bund (DFB) has officially announced their 23-man Euro squad on Monday, as head coach Joachim Löw made his final cuts for the squad.
England was hit a furious blow by UEFA after Wayne Rooney was handed with a three match ban after he was sent off in the Three Lions' final group stage fixture, a 2-2 draw against Montenegro.
Both England and the Netherlands have all but booked their places in the finals of the 2012 UEFA EURO competition.
England 1-0 Wales
Spain needed the guidance of David Villa to defeat Czech Republic 2-1 while England dominated in the first half but dwindled after the interval in their 2-0 win over Wales in their respective Euro 2012 qualifiers last weekend.