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Not everyone is a lover of sports, but, this summer especially, there are a couple of championships in different sports, including the 2020 Euros!

Now, I’ll be the first one to admit that I am not the biggest fan of ‘normal’ football, but, when it comes to the World Cup or the UEFA Euros, I am glued the TV all day, if there are matches on - I suddenly turn into the biggest football fan, because, there’s such a burst of passion, when it comes to your country playing!

Though I have loved the 2020 Euros so far, (even though I am writing this before the England game, which would have happened yesterday) I hardly know anything about them, and, perhaps you don’t, either? Well, seeing as it's the 60th anniversary of the Euros, (just a year late, but we'll ignore that) after plenty of thorough research, I have gathered a compilation of facts, all about the Euros, and, put them into a nice little, footy infographic for you! So sit back, relax, and, most importantly, enjoy!

Did you learn anything new about the Euros? I personally found it absolutely fascinating to research the tournament and its history!

As you may or may not know, Portugal 🇵🇹 are the current title holders, however if you’ve been watching, you will know that Belgium knocked them out, (one of the many roller coaster shocks) to get themselves into the quarter finals, so they won’t be keeping their title for much longer, but who do you think will be this year’s winner - comment down below!

The tournament so far has been crammed full of twists and turns and rather thrilling, but completely unexpected shocks, with many of the favourites getting knocked out before they even reached the quarter finals, so we'll just have to wait to find out, but whoever you support, I wish your team the best of luck!

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