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  1. Relive Every moment from the 2012 Tournament
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Relive Every moment from the 2012 Tournament

The finals of the 14th UEFA European Football Championships were held in Poland and Ukraine from June 8- July 1, 2012. Sixteen national teams competed in a total of 31 matches to be crowned European champions.

The Official Review of UEFA EURO 2012 DVD captures all the competition's best moments as well as revealing all the twists and turns as they unfold. From the opening game to the spectacular final when Spain swept away their final opponent and overpowered Italy 4-0, every match and all the best moments are featured in this comprehensive three hour DVD.


La decimocuarta edición de la Eurocopa de la UEFA se celebró en Polonia y Ucrania del 8 de junio al 1 de julio de 2012. Un total de 16 selecciones compitieron en 31 partidos buscando ser campeones de Europa. El DVD Official Review of UEFA EURO 2012 captura

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