People from all backgrounds, races, religions and social classes got together in Lisbon's taverns to see their team win.
Let's celebrate with a thinkpiece.
Watching the joy, tears, and drunken smearing of dragon facepaint with Welsh supporters in the fanzone.
When attending Wimbledon as a casual tennis fan, you'll most likely end up on Henman Hill. Here's how to enjoy the experience without making a complete tit of yourself.
Wales had genuinely come to believe that footballing success was something that only happened to other nations. Now that it's happening to them, the feeling is something close to shock.
Two long-shot teams have defied the odds and made this a tournament worth watching – and this time, one of those teams was my home country.
In the back of gardens, next to frozen lakes or at the foot or scary, icy mountains – the Nordic island country is covered with goal posts.
New Japan Pro Wrestling has been Japan's leading pro wrestling company for over 40 years, but its overseas reach has been limited until recently. Now, the promotion is selling out massive shows in NYC and elevating the art to a new level of intensity.
"If you lived in Poland for ten years, would you like to be told to go back to your country?"
All in all, he's not so much a football manager as he is a brand.
Roy Hodgson's record at major tournaments demonstrates that a man who convinces himself defeat is unavoidable will encounter it quickly, brutally and very, very often.
VICE profiles Nina Cranstoun, one of the only female boxing promoters in the UK.
'The screws resent being here as much as we do. If there's a big game on, they want to watch the full 90 minutes uninterrupted. They've locked down wings for that reason, the twats.'
In just three days, the Mediterranean city saw the best and worst of what football has to offer.
The BNP would struggle with its message on the terraces today, because the story of British football is the story of mass migration.
Weirdly, throwing loads of teargas around doesn't calm things down.
Stories of randy golfers, drunken parties and general debauchery from some of America's finest private golf courses.
VICE Sports' latest inductee to The Cult is a goalscoring legend who was never more alive than during that sun-drenched summer of '96. Say what you like about Big Al, he knew how to bang.
When he rhymed, we rhymed too, believing that we could spit homespun verse to proclaim our majesty. We too could "float like a butterfly and sting like a bee." We too could "rumble, young man, rumble." We too could say that we "shook up the world."
Muhammad Ali was the inspiration for artists around the world. Several of them talk to us about their pieces.
For my father and many others, it wasn't what Ali did in the ring that made him the Greatest of All Time—it was the decision to convert to Islam.
Euro '96 was a high point for English football, and reflected the national mood as a whole. It's all gone rapidly downhill from there, but can England turn things around at Euro 2016?
Over eight intimate months with Ali, the author discovered a man who was neither weak nor diminished in his later life, but rather happy, at peace and still growing.
He represented the idea that you can be the most delusional version of yourself, and no one can stop you, as long as you win.