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The Euro 2012 final in numbers

By Chris Davie

After a whirlwind month of football drama, Euro 2012 has now reached its peak with Spain and Italy set to go head to head in Sunday's final.

Ahead of the showpiece event in Kiev, brings you the facts and figures related to the tournament's finale...

1 - This is the first European Championship final where both goalkeepers will be captains.

2 - If Spain win on Sunday, Vicente Del Bosque will be the second coach to guide a nation to wins in both the European Championship and World Cup. Helmut Schon led West Germany to Euro success in 1972 and a World Cup victory in 1974.

6 - The quickest goal scored in a European Championship final was netted by Spain's Jesus Pereda after six minutes in 1964.

7 - Only seven players who could feature at the final are from clubs outside Italy and Spain.
7 - There will be seven Spanish radio stations covering the final, the most of any country in the world.
10 - Portugal's Pedro Proenca will referee Sunday's final and has handed out 10 yellow cards and no red cards in the tournament so far.

15 - Italy have received 15 yellow cards during Euro 2012, the most out of any team in the tournament.

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17 - Alvaro Arbeloa has been fouled 17 times during Euro 2012, the most out of any player in the tournament.

27 - The average age of Spain's squad is 27.

28 -
The average age of Italy's squad is 28.

31 -
There are 31 cameras capturing the action inside the Olympic Stadium for the final.

55 -
Italy have hit 55 shots on target, the most out of any side in the tournament

92.8 -
Xavi's pass completion rate is 92.8 per cent, the highest out of any player who will feature in the final.
Minutes played
Pass success rate
Tackles won
Distance covered (metres)

120 - Gianluigi Buffon will earn his 120th cap for Italy if he plays in the final.

137 - Buffon still trails his opposite number Iker Casillas, who is set to make his 137th appearance for Spain.

164 - Italy forward Sebastian Giovinco is the smallest player at Euro 2012 at 164 centimetres tall.

180 -
The average height of Spain's squad is 180 centimetres.

181 - The average height of Italy's squad is 181 centimetres.

200 - The final will be broadcast in over 200 countries.

455 - Xavi has completed 455 passes - the most of any player at the tournament.

682 - McDonald's have sent 682 mascots to Euro 2012.

2,000 -
Adidas have provided 2000 match balls for the tournament.

3,568 - The cost of one central lower-tier ticket for the final is €3,568.

40,000 - Italy midfielder Andrea Pirlo owns a wine company, Pratum Coller, which sells over 40,000 bottles a year.

68,055 - There will be 68,055 people inside Kiev's Olympic Stadium for the final.

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582,810 - Spain's players have covered a combined total of 582,810 metres at Euro 2012.

605,020 - Italy's players have covered a combined total of 605,020 metres at Euro 2012.

1,000,000 -
Nearly one million people worldwide have purchased Spain's replica Adidas shirt in 2012.

1,000,000 - Carlsberg expect to pour 1 million cups of beer during the 15-minute half-time period at the Olympic Stadium and across the various fan parks and other public viewing areas in Kiev.

1,190,000 - Kiev has already seen 1.19 million people visit its Euro 2012 fanzone during the tournament.

1,320,000 - The combined attendance for each Euro 2012 match has reached 1.32 million.

18,000,000 - Spanish viewing figures are expected to top 18 million for Sunday's final.

25,000,000 - In the UK, betting is expected to see an industry-wide total of £25m wagered on the final.

250,000,000 - Uefa expect 250 million viewers worldwide to watch Sunday's final.

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