WHERE: College Street, just east of Bathurst
WHEN: Sunday July 2, 5 p.m.
WHAT: In the end, it was no contest at all. Always a strong contender for the title, Spain completely dominated Italy in the Euro 2012 finals, turning what many expected to be a tight battle into a decisive 4–0 conquest. Their possession-heavy game has its critics, but their string of victories is hard to deny: the first team to rack up three consecutive international wins (World Cup 2010 and Euro Cup 2008 prior to this weekend), fans of La Furia Roja crowded onto the street to celebrate as soon as the final whistle blew.