Hundreds of thousands of soccer fans have travelled to France for the European Championships and they're all experiencing the festival of football in different ways. DW spoke to Eva from Iceland who runs an Icelandic sandwich shop in Paris.
Fifteen games, zero losses; Germany have wrapped up a near perfect year with a 2-2 draw against France. They head into a World Cup year not only as the defending champions, but as the world's most in-form national team
Joachim Löw brought on Lars Stindl late in the match and he repaid the coach's faith, scoring with just seconds left to earn Germany a 2-2 draw at home to France. This means Germany remain undefeated in 2017.
Spain became the eleventh team to qualify for Russia 2018 after their convincing 3-0 win over Albania and Italy's disappointing home draw against Macedonia. Elsewhere, Euro 2016 surprise package Iceland are looking good.
Until recently, Germany's women's football team were all but untouchable. Then came a shock Euro 2017 exit and the embarrassing home defeat to Iceland on Friday which breaks a 26 game unbeaten World Cup qualifying run.
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