So here we are. Exactly a month after hosts France kicked Euro 2016 off with a win over Romania, they're back in action in the final against Portugal. Didier Deschamps' side started the tournament as favourites, and though they've not always been as easy on the eye as had been anticipated, they've now got a great chance of winning their first major tournament since 2000.
Portugal, meanwhile, are going after their first major tournament ever. Cristiano Ronaldo's side went closest when they hosted the Euros back in 2004, only to be upset by Otto Rehhagel's pesky Greece. They'll be out for revenge, though they'll have to battle hard against a France team that is, on paper, the much stronger side. Antoine Griezmann, Paul Pogba and Co. certainly aren't easy to keep quiet.
The only current Manchester United players involved are on the French side, though neither Anthony Martial nor Morgan Schneiderlin are likely to start. However, two of the three Portuguese players to play for United in the past are both set to make Fernando Santos' starting lineup: Ronaldo and Nani have so far been his preferred selection up front.
To watch this match online in the United States, you'll be using the WatchESPN service. In the UK, the game will be available on BBC iPlayer's live service, and on the ITV Hub. For listings in the rest of the world, check out LiveSoccerTV. Feel free to chat about proceedings with fellow TBBers in the comments below.
TV: ESPN (US - English); ESPN Deportes (US - Spanish); TSN, RDS (Canada); BBC One, ITV 1 (UK); beIN Sports 1 (France); RTP 1, Sport TV1 (Portugal)
Match Date/Time: Sunday, 8 p.m. BST, 3 p.m. ET
Venue: Stade de France, Saint-Denis, France