From teams not conceding in qualifying to the players with scoring records and beyond, we highlight the numbers you need to know ahead of UEFA Women's EURO 2017.
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0: France and Germany did not concede a goal in qualifying.
1: Five teams are making their first UEFA Women's EURO finals appearances – Austria, Belgium, Portugal, Scotland and Switzerland.
2: Only two nations have reached past finals without ever winning and they have both done so twice – England (1984 and 2009) and Italy (1993 and 1997).
3: Only three nations have won this title – Germany (eight times), Norway (twice) and Sweden (once).
4: Only one player has managed four goals in a UEFA Women's EURO finals match – Norway's Marianne Pettersen in a 5-0 grop defeat of Denmark in 1997. It is also the joint-largest finals win with Germany v Russia in 2001 and Sweden v Finland in 2013.
5: Italy's Melania Gabbiadini is the only player with a career total of five goals in UEFA Women's EURO finals group stages.
6: Germany's Inka Grings managed a record six goals in the 2009 finals to finish as top scorer for the second straight tournament.
7: The seven finals venues sharing the 31 games are Breda, Deventer, Doetinchem, Enschede, Rotterdam, Tilburg and Utrecht.
8: Four teams managed a perfect eight wins in qualifying – France, Germany, Spain and Switzerland.
9: Belgium's Tessa Wullaert was the top provider in qualifying with nine assists.
10: Three players managed ten goals in qualifying – Norway's Ada Hegerberg, Iceland's Harpa Thorsteinsdóttir and Scotland's Jane Ross.
16: For the first time there are 16 teams in the finals, up from the 12 in 2009 and 2013 and eight prior to that.
19: Célia Šašić (née Okoyino da Mbabi) scored a record 19 goals in Germany's run to the 2013 title, including qualifying.
20: Years since the last hat-trick in a UEFA Women's EURO final tournament – Angélique Roujas for France in their 3-1 win against Russia in the group stage on 2 July 1997.
22: Years Germany have been reigning champions, winning the title back from Norway in 1995 and retaining it in 1997, 2001, 2005, 2009 and 2013.
34: The oldest scorer in a post-1991 final tournament is Patrizia Panico aged 34 years 208 days for Italy in a 2009 quarter-final with Germany. Outfield players that could break that record this time are Ife Dieke and Leanne Ross of Scotland.
40: Germany's Birgit Prinz has scored a record 40 UEFA Women's EURO goals including ten in finals (a mark she shares with Grings). Prinz also has a record 23 finals appearances and five titles (1995, 1997, 2001, 2005 and 2009).
47: A record 47 nations entered the 2017 competition.
55: Patrizia Panico played in a record 55 UEFA Women's EURO games including qualifiers and, now retired, is absent from the finals for the first time since the group stage was introduced in 1997.
104: Germany became the first team to pass 100 finals goals during the 2013 edition and are now up to 104. They have conceded just 23 in those 44 games, of which 35 were won and just two lost.
105: Minute of the second leg of their play-off against Romania in which Portugal got their decisive extra-time away goal, scored by debutant substitute Andreia Norton.
200: Last Friday Gemma Fay won her 200th cap for Scotland, the only player in the finals to be on a double century.
368: A record number of players are featuring in this largest-ever finals.
41,301: The competition record crowd that watched Germany beat Norway 1-0 in the 2013 final at Friends Arena, Stockholm.
216,888: The total number of people that watched the 25 games in the 2013 finals in Sweden.