Germany and Spain are the last two standing with one match left at U21 EURO – the giants of the European game will contest the final at 20:45CET on Friday.
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UEFA.com looks at Germany and Spain, the U21 EURO duo who have seen off all-comers and are now one game away from becoming European champions.
When and where is the final?
This year's U21 EURO final takes place at Krakow Stadium – normally home to Polish First Division side Cracovia – at 20:45CET on Friday.
How have they got this far?
Drew 2-2 with England, won 4-3 on pens (Gray 41 Abraham 50; Selke 35, Platte 70)
Line-up: Pollersbeck; Toljan, Jung (Kehrer 80), Kempf, Gerhardt; Haberer (Kohr 102); Philipp, Meyer, Arnold, Gnabry (Amiri 87); Selke (Platte 63).
Finals top scorer: Davie Selke (2 goals)
Won 3-1 v Italy (Saúl Ñíguez 53 65 74; Bernardeschi 62)
Line-up: Arrizabalaga; Bellerín, Meré, Vallejo, Jonny; Ceballos (Oyarzabal 88), Llorente, Ñíguez; Deulofeu (Suárez 82), Ramírez (Williams 78), Asensio.
Finals top scorer: Saúl Ñíguez (5 goals)
What's their U21 EURO pedigree?
▪ An understated record in comparison to their senior team's success has been improved by a semi-final appearance in 2015 and this, only their third U21 EURO final appearance.
▪ Spain were absent from the final tournament two years ago, but have now reached the final of the last three U21 EUROs in which they have competed.
Have they met before?
Spain 1-0 West Germany
West Germany 2-0 Spain
2009 group stage
Spain 0-0 Germany
2013 group stage
Germany 0-1 Spain