With a world cup final in England, the World Cup in Russia and an international tournament in Germany, the final day of the European Championships in Italy is coming to a close.
Here are the storylines to watch out for on the final weekend of the competition.
France France have the World’s No. 1 ranking and have been in the top five for a decade, having won seven of the eight championships they have competed in.
They are looking to add to that record on Sunday with a 3-1 win over Portugal.
The result will be the first time France have won a tournament finals and their first since 2002.
Germany Germany will be hoping for a comeback from a 3rd place finish in the tournament, having failed to make the final since 2005.
Germany will look to build on that record by beating Switzerland and Italy to move to within two points of France.
Italy Italy will be looking to take another step forward after being knocked out of the World Cups last two tournaments, losing in the last 16 to Italy in 2008 and in 2014.
They will look for their first win of the tournament when they host Switzerland on Sunday.
Australia Australia have been dominant in their last few tournaments and will look forward to a challenge against France, with the win in Portugal helping to push their title chances further.
South Korea South Korea are still in the thick of the Asian Champions League group stages, with a strong finish in Group A, and the World cup final could give them an opportunity to repeat as champions.
Ukraine Ukraine have been playing better football this year and will be desperate to avoid a fifth consecutive World Cup finals defeat.
Venezuela Venezuela will look ahead to the World Championships after a disappointing 3-0 defeat to Colombia in the group stages last year.
France The final day could see France close the gap on the world champions after their 1-1 draw against Italy in the quarter-finals.
The two sides will meet again in the final on Sunday, where France are in first place with five points.
Netherlands Netherlands will look in a strong position to lift their second consecutive title after a win over Sweden in the semi-finals of the group.
Canada Canada has enjoyed a great season with the most wins in a single year since they won the Champions League in 2008.
Austria-Hungary Austria-Hungry were also knocked out by Portugal, but have been able to bounce back in recent years and have a three-point lead over second-placed Slovakia.
Spain Spain’s recent form has seen them win the Europa League and the Champions Cup.
They face a difficult test against the world No. 2 with a 2-1 defeat to Brazil in the first leg.
Switzerland Switzerland have won four of the last five World Cups, with their record against Portugal and Italy being a key factor.
Russia Russia have lost only one World Cup semi-final, losing to Italy at the 1998 tournament.
Argentina Argentina will be keen to make history as they reach the final of the event, but will look very different to the team that beat Portugal and Spain in the 2015 World Cup.
Argentina had only lost once in the finals of the 2015 edition and they were in fourth place at the start of the 2016 tournament.
South Africa South Africa will be aiming for a third successive World Cup title after defeating the defending champions France 3-2 in the semifinals.
Japan Japan has not won a World Cup since the 1998 edition, and will now look to make a record sixth straight finals appearance after finishing in sixth place in Group D. China China’s World Cup run ended with a 1-0 loss to France in the 2010 finals, but the Chinese have returned to the finals with a dominant 3-3 draw with South Korea.
Brazil Brazil have won their last four World Cups but their form is a concern after a 2.5-1 record against South Korea and Portugal.
USA The USA will be trying to end their World Cup drought when they meet France in Group C. Iran Iran has not had a World cup finals since 2007, losing the 2006 edition to Italy.
The Netherlands The Dutch have only won one World Cups in the past 30 years, but this is the first tournament they will play in since 2004.
Korea South Korea has enjoyed two World Cups and won the final in 2018, but has lost the last four games of the past seven tournaments.
England England have been very good this season, and have finished top three in five of the six tournaments they have qualified for.
Ancelotti will be confident as he looks to turn a promising start into a second World Cup crown.
Dortmund The German coach has not been at the helm for the final two games, but it is his first time managing in the competition and he has a reputation for being a great coach.
It is also a chance to make another World Cup triumph as Dortmund have beaten Italy 3-4 on penalties in the 2017 finals.