• England's last U21 Euro win was in 1984 - they beat Spain over two legs. First-leg scorer Mel Sterland and physio Alan Smith celebrate at Bramall Lane.
  • England line up before their opening game against Italy in Bratislava at Slovakia 2000. Jamie Carragher is among several familiar faces.
  • Danny Mills in action for England against Italy, who won the game 2-0 to take firm control of Group B.
  • Frank Lampard celebrates against Turkey. Howard Wilkinson's England cruised to a 6-0 victory in Bratislava - but then lost to the host nation and went out.
  • Andrea Pirlo roars with delight after netting for Italy against the Czech Republic in the final in 2000.
  • The Azzurini beat the Czechs 2-1 in Bratislava and claimed the tournament honours for the fourth time.
  • England qualified again for Switzerland 2002. Defoe and Crouch scored in a 2-1 opening win over the hosts in Zurich.
  • Defeats to Italy and Portugal followed. Alan Smith shows his disappointment - he scored in a 3-1 defeat to the Portuguese, who also went out.
  • Petr Cech celebrates a crucial penalty save as the Czech Republic beat France 3-1 in a shootout after a 0-0 draw in the 2002 final in Basel.
  • Milan Baros leads the Czech celebrations after their first U21 title is secured. Cech was named Player of the Tournament.
  • Italy secured title number five at Germany 2004 - their star man Alberto Gilardino scored in the 3-0 final win over Serbia and Montenegro in Bochum.
  • Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Urby Emanuelson party in Porto after Holland's 3-0 win over Ukraine in the 2006 final - a first title for the Jong Oranje.
  • Gojko Kacar argues with Matt Derbyshire after the latter's goal sealed a 2-0 England win over Serbia in the last Group B game in Nijmegen at Holland 2007.
  • Mark Noble and Anton Ferdinand are crushed after England lose an epic semi-final shootout 13-12 to the host nation in Heerenveen.
  • Coach Foppe De Haan lifts the trophy alongside Daniel De Ridder as the Dutch make it back-to-back titles with a 4-1 rout of Serbia in Groningen.
  • At Sweden 2009, Italy meet the hosts in Helsingborg. Having scored the opener, Mario Balotelli leaves his foot in after a Pontus Wernbloom tackle...
  • ... French referee Tony Chapron has little option but to show Balotelli a straight red card...
  • ... Balotelli eventually trudges off but despite his dismissal, Italy win 2-1. Both sides qualify for the semi-finals.
  • England led 3-0 in the semi-final in Gothenburg but three second-half Sweden goals within 13 minutes forced extra-time, then penalties - England won 5-4.
  • England had drawn 1-1 with Germany to top Group B - but in a final rematch in Malmo, Germany cruised 4-0 and took the trophy.
  • Xherdan Shaqiri was one of Switzerland's stars in their run to the final at Denmark 2011 - here he celebrates a superb goal against the hosts in Aalborg.
  • Danny Welbeck heads England into the lead against the Czech Republic in the crunch Group B showdown in Viborg...
  • ... but it was woe for Welbeck, Wickham and co when two late Czech goals produced a turnaround and sent England on the flight home.
  • Thiago Alcantara is mobbed by his Spain team-mates after netting from 40 yards in the final against the Swiss in Aarhus.
  • Javi Martinez lifts the trophy after Spain's 2-0 win. It was their first victory in the tournament since 1998 and their third overall.
  • Juan Mata, seen here with Martinez, was named Golden Player. Who will take the honours at Israel 2013? Watch live on Sky Sports to find out.

Euro Under-21 memories

England's last U21 Euro win was in 1984 - they beat Spain over two legs. First-leg scorer Mel Sterland and physio Alan Smith celebrate at Bramall Lane.