Spain take Euro 2008 in fine form Thousands cheer outside Berlin's symbolic Brandenburg Gate (Keystone/Gero Breloer) Keystone A patriotic nap at the Arenal Beach in Mallorca, Spain (AP/Manu Mielniezuk) Keystone Looking for a thrill ? (AP/Hans Punz) Keystone German fans take a time-out (Reuters/Herwig Prammer) Keystone The toreadors have breached the gates of Vienna (Keystone/Herbert Neubauer) Keystone Queen Sofia of Spain and Swiss President Pascal Couchepin enjoy the festivities (Keystone/Laurent Gilliéron) Keystone Mozart lookalikes close the European championship at the Ernst Happel Stadium (AP/Luca Bruno) Keystone Looking up for a win in Hamburg and Cologne (EPA/Rolf Vennenbernd, Ulrich Perrey) Keystone German goalkeeper Jens Lehmann retrieves the ball from the back of the net after the only goal of the final (AP/Matt Dunham) Keystone Spanish fans celebrate in Zurich after their first big win in 44 years (Keystone/Walter Bieri) Keystone At long last, the cup (AP/Martin Meissner) Keystone Spanish coach Luis Aragones was celebrated in style by his players (Keystone/Laurent Gilliéron) Keystone Jubilation in Seville (Reuters/Marcelo del Pozo) Keystone Agony in Hamburg (AP/Fabian Bimmer) Keystone The thrill of victory... This content was published on June 30, 2008 - 11:06 June 30, 2008 - 11:06 Share Facebook Twitter E-mail Print Copy link ... and the agony of defeat. You can find an overview of ongoing debates with our journalists here. Please join us! If you want to start a conversation about a topic raised in this article or want to report factual errors, email us at email@example.com. Sort by Newest first Oldest first Load more More More Swiss federal elections 2023 It's time to decide who sits in the Swiss parliament by casting your vote in the federal elections on October 22. Here's our election guide.