Poland and Ukraine will host the European Championships for the first time in 2012, welcoming 14 other teams and football fans from across the continent.
World champions Spain will defend the title won in Austria and Switzerland four years ago, when Fernando Torres scored the only goal of the final against Germany.
The Germans, who like Spain went undefeated in winning the tournament in 1996, will also be back as Joachim Low’s team seek a fourth title in the competition’s 52-year history.
Click on the countries’ marker flags above to find out more details about the the sides taking part in the June 8-July 8 event.
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