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  1. How did Portugal and Republic of Ireland make the semi-finals?

    Portugal topped Group A on goal difference after victories over Italy and Armenia and a 1-1 draw against Spain. The current holders showed their attacking prowess by scoring eight goals in three group games.

    Republic of Ireland finished second in Group B behind France after picking up four points from their three games. Their first victory of the tournament came in their final group fixture against Czech Republic.

    Ireland will be without Jonathan Afolabi, who scored the opener against Czech Republic, and Lee O’Connor for the semi-final as both players picked up two bookings in the group stage.

    Jonathan Afolabi
  2. How to watch the tournament

    Saturday 27th July

    17:15-19:30 - Final - Connected TVs, BBC Sport website & app plus available live and as catch-up fro 30 days on the BBC iPlayer.

    All times are BST and subject to late change.

  3. Get Inspired: How to get into football

    Get Inspired


    Football gives you an all-round workout. Players run, kick, dodge, sprint and jump, and constantly twisting and turning your body increases endurance, promotes agility and develops physical co-ordination.

    Football also promotes teamwork on and off the pitch, as many teams socialise together.

    Jamie Vardy's remarkable rise from non-league football to Premier League winner with Leicester City has ensured that grassroots football will remain a buzzword for years to come.

    To find a local club near you, check out your national body's club finders here: England,Scotland,Wales,Northern Ireland. There is also a Creating Chances scheme in England, and Football Fun Days in Wales.

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    Video caption: Gareth Southgate on Football Foundation community schemes