England's Peter McGrail has taken the gold in the bantam final, beating Ukraine's Mykola Butsenko.
- Seven English fighters reached their respective gold medal bouts, after wins in yesterday's semi-finals
- Last eight go through to the 2017 World Championships
- Galal Yafai and Pat McCormack competed for Team GB at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games
- Pat McCormack won silver at the 2015 Europeans
Men's Light Fly (46-49kg) Vasilii Egorov (RUS) v Galal Yafai (ENG)
Men's Fly (52kg) Niall Dean Farrell (ENG) v Daniel Panev Asenov (BUL)
Men's Bantam (56kg) Peter McGrail (ENG) v Mykola Butsenko (UKR)
Men's Light (60kg) Iurii Shestak (UKR) v Gabil Mamedov (RUS)
Men's Light Welter (64kg) Luke McCormack (ENG) v Hovhannes Bachkov (ARM)
Men's Welter (69kg) Pat McCormack (ENG) v Abbas Baraou (GER)
Men's Middle (75kg) Oleksandr Khyzhniak (UKR) v Kamran Shakhsuvarly (AZE)
Men's Light Heavy (81kg) Joseph Ward (IRL) v Muslim Gadzhimagomedov (RUS)
Men's Heavy (91kg) Evgeny Tishchenko (RUS) v Cheavon Clarke (ENG)
Men's Super Heavy (+91kg) Frazer Edward Clarke (ENG) v Viktor Vykhryst (UKR)
British boxers have made history at this year's European Championships by guaranteeing more medals than ever before in the competition's 90-year history.
Eight of the GB boxing team reached Friday's semi-finals in Ukraine, guaranteeing medals in the process. Six of those fighters who have reached the semi-finals are making major international tournament debuts.
To find out more about Britain's medal prospects over the weekend click here.Copyright: Getty Images
You can follow extensive coverage of the 2017 European Boxing Championships live from Ukraine on the BBC. Coverage of yesterday's semi-finals are available to watch again on the BBC iPlayer by clicking here.
Saturday's finals are live online and on connected TV from 14:00 BST.Copyright: Getty Images
The European Boxing Championships are the highest ranked Boxing competition for European amateurs. Held bi-annually, the 2017 Championships take place in Kharkiv, Ukraine.
In 2015 Russia finished top of the medal table, with the Republic of Ireland and Great Britain in second and third respectively.Copyright: Getty Images