In pictures: How Norwich and Norfolk celebrated Euro 96
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The last time an international football tournament was played on these shores, the average price of a house was £52,000, Backstreet Boys were number one and Freddo's cost 10p.
Euro 96 was held across the country and in the opening match, England drew 1-1 with Switzerland when Alan Shearer's 23rd minute goal was equalised by a late penalty kick from Kubilay Turkylimaz.
The Three Lions made it all the way to the semi-finals, when they lost to Germany on penalties after Gareth Southgate's failure to beat the German keeper. Let's hope Mr Southgate redeems himself this time round.
Norwich, and the rest of Norfolk, were flying red and white in support of the boys and here is what we found in the archive.
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