Yes, it's really been four years since Euro 2012 when Spain (as expected) won the whole thing. Again.
Since so much time has passed, chances are another team might be able to wrest the Henri Delaunay Trophy from the Spaniard's ageing hands. It might even be England. (Sorry, I'm just trying to hold back the laughter. And tears.)
Anyway, as football is now on the minds of the nation (and most of the nations in Europe) we thought we'd do a series of the best football games on iOS and Android. Aren't we nice?
We'll start with games for those who fancy themselves as Pep Guardiola. Read on for the seven best football management games on iOS and Android.
If you like some tasty visuals with your management sims, then you're going to want to opt for Football Manager Touch 2016. It's pricey (and only available on select devices), but you get a lot of bang for your buck.
That includes watching matches played out in full 3D. You can also create your own club, play the game across desktop and mobile, get stuck in with some serious, SERIOUS, stats.