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EURO on this day: 10 July

Sunday 10 July 2016 7.00 CET

On this day: Only one previous tie has taken place on this date, with the Soviet Union coming from behind to be crowned inaugural champions thanks to Viktor Ponedelnik's extra-time winner.

EURO on this day: 9 July

Saturday 9 July 2016 7.00 CET

On this day: In the only EURO fixture to take place on 9 July, Czechoslovakia beat hosts France in 1960 thanks to goals from Vlastimil Bubník and Ladislav Pavlovič to finish third.

What happened in the 14 previous EURO finals?

Friday 8 July 2016 14.30 CET

Portugal and France will compete in the 15th EURO final, in Paris on Sunday. Shocks, famous goals and extra time galore – drama is assured if the previous 14 are anything to go by.

EURO on this day: 6 July

Wednesday 6 July 2016 7.00 CET

On this day: The very first UEFA European Championship final tournament kicked off on 6 July 1960, with Yugoslavia taking the wind out of France's sails in a nine-goal thriller.

EURO on this day: 4 July

Monday 4 July 2016 7.00 CET

On this day: It is 12 years to the day since Angelos Charisteas's goal helped Otto Rehhagel's Greece side stun hosts Portugal (and the rest of Europe) to win UEFA EURO 2004.

EURO on this day: 2 July

Saturday 2 July 2016 7.00 CET

On this day: Only one tie has taken place on 2 July, but it was memorable as France beat Italy in dramatic fashion to become the first team to win the EURO as world champions.

EURO on this day: 1 July

Friday 1 July 2016 7.00 CET

On this day: Only two EURO games have taken place on 1 July, the first in 2004 when Greece continued their march to glory with a win that brought 100,000 on to the streets of Athens.

EURO on this day: 30 June

Thursday 30 June 2016 7.00 CET

On this day: Berti Vogts' wife took some credit when Oliver Bierhoff struck twice as Germany laid ghosts to rest in 1996; eight years later Maniche took Portugal to their first final.

EURO on this day: 29 June

Wednesday 29 June 2016 7.00 CET

On this day: We cast our minds back eight years to when Spain capped a majestic campaign in style in Austria, Fernando Torres's first-half goal enough to defeat Germany.

EURO on this day: 28 June

Tuesday 28 June 2016 7.00 CET

On this day: There have been two EURO semi-finals played on 28 June before, the first of which ended with Zinédine Zidane scoring a golden goal for France.

EURO on this day: 27 June

Monday 27 June 2016 7.00 CET

On this day: In 2004 Milan Baroš earned a fine win for the Czechs, but this date is best associated with two decades earlier when Michel Platini's ninth finals goal sealed France glory.

EURO on this day: 26 June

Sunday 26 June 2016 7.00 CET

On this day: In 1992, Denmark, last-minute replacements for Yugoslavia at the tournament in Sweden, completed one of the greatest surprises in international football.

EURO on this day: 25 June

Saturday 25 June 2016 7.57 CET

On this day: Today marks the anniversary of the Netherlands' 1988 final triumph yet we focus on the 2008 semi-finals, when Germany gave Turkey a taste of their own medicine.

EURO on this day: 24 June

Friday 24 June 2016 7.00 CET

On this day: Portugal have won two quarter-finals on 24 June, and their 2004 tie had it all: an early goal, a strike to remember and chances aplenty before an unlikely hero emerged.

EURO on this day: 23 June

Thursday 23 June 2016 7.00 CET

On this day: France's 1984 semi-final with Portugal had it all: a passionate home crowd, twists and turns, and three goals in extra time including Michel Platini's 119th-minute winner.

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The UEFA Nations League continues this week; to see who is broadcasting each match where you are, just click on the relevant links below (times CET).ALL THE RESULTSMatchday sixSunday 18 NovemberLeague A
Group A2: Switzerland v Belgium (20:45)League B
Group B3: Northern Ireland v Austria (18:00)League C
Group C2: Hungary v Finland (20:45), Greece v Estonia (20:45)League D
Group D2: San Marino v Belarus (18:00), Moldova v Luxembourg (18:00)Monday 19 NovemberLeague A
Group A1: Germany v Netherlands (20:45)League B
Group B1: Czech Republic v Slovakia (20:45)
Group B4: Denmark v Republic of Ireland (20:45)League C
Group C3: Cyprus v Norway (20:45), Bulgaria v Slovenia (20:45)League D
Group D1: Andorra v Latvia (18:00), Georgia v Kazakhstan (18:00)
Group D4: Liechtenstein v Armenia (20:45), FYR Macedonia v Gibraltar (20:45)Tuesday 20 November
League A
Group A3: Portugal v Poland (20:45)League B
Group B2: Sweden v Russia (20:45)League C
Group C1: Scotland v Israel (20:45)
Group C4: Serbia v Lithuania (20:45), Montenegro v Romania (20:45)League D
Group D3: Kosovo v Azerbaijan (18:00), Malta v Faroe Islands (18:00)After the League PhaseFinals draw (League A group winners): 3 December 2018
Finals: 5–9 June 2019
UEFA EURO 2020 play-off draw: 22 November 2019
UEFA EURO 2020 play-offs: 26–31 March 2020All times CET