Let's take a look at the teams and footballers at Euro 2016. We have details of the tallest, heaviest and youngest. Some surprising stats and quite a few interesting titbits about the tournament and players...
HERE ARE SOME INTERESTING TITBITS ABOUT EURO 2016
England's Marcus Rashford is the youngest of the three 18-year-olds in the squads -- the other two are Portugal's Renato Sanches and Turkey's Emre Mor.
Gabor Király and Shay Given could be the first 40-year-olds to play at a EURO finals.
Germany have the youngest squad, the Republic of Ireland the oldest.
Switzerland have three teenagers, the only squad with more than one.
Costel Pantilimon is the tallest player in any squad, Lorenzo Insigne the shortest.
Sweden have the tallest average height, Spain the shortest.
Germany has the heaviest team in terms of average weight, Turkey the lightest.
SOME OTHER FACTS, HISTORY AND MORE...
The tallest player at Euro 2016 is Costel Pantilimon of Romania and the shortest is Italy's Lorenzo Insigne.
France have history on their side this time around. Can they repeat the magic of 1984? We will have to wait and watch.
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Six of the 14 triumphant keepers in EURO history have been 30 & over. Oldest? Andreas Köpke, 34, at EURO '96. pic.twitter.com/KdWu5Ps6wH— UEFA EURO 2016 (@UEFAEURO) June 8, 2016