Euro 2020: Take this quiz to test your knowledge on tournament's history, records and more
Ahead of this season's edition, let's take a quick look back at the history of the tournament, and try to refresh our memories by having a go at Firstpost.com's Euro Quiz:
Summers are usually the worst part of a football fan's life, as all the top clubs across the globe take a little break and we are starved of action for a couple of months. Luckily, every couple of years, there's usually a massive international tournament to look forward to, and this time around, the void in the footballing season has been filled by the Euro 2020! Of course, while the Euros might not have the same allure as the World Cup, it's a tournament that features some of the strongest national teams in world football, and it makes for a very good watch.
So, ahead of this season's edition, let's take a quick look back at the history of the tournament, and try to refresh our memories by having a go at Firstpost.com's Euro Quiz:
The team finished last in their Euro 2016 group with only one point from a 2-2 draw with Croatia and losses to Spain and Turkey. And the worst was yet to come.
Euro 2020: Gareth Southgate defends England’s decision to take the knee in warm up games, says ‘players are role models’
Southgate's side were booed by a section of the crowd at Middlesbrough's Riverside Stadium when they made the gesture before friendlies against Austria and Romania last week, though the jeers were drowned out by applause.
England, Scotland and Wales — the British sides taking part in Euro 2020, could potentially reach the quarter-final held in Munich on 2 July.