Now if you can't wait for England's next Euro 2016 match - you can always watch a rather unique replay of the last one...
Anglia Ruskin University student Fabian Moritz has been recreating some of the memorable moments from the tournament so far - in a lego animation.
Third-year English and Media student Fabian Moritz, aged 25, has created Bricksports, a company which recreates great sporting moments in the form of short animations with the protagonists sculpted from Lego bricks. He's even created his own lego stadium!
"Every video is a new challenge, but I always like to try new things like a new sport... It is most satisfying for me when I can sit down and watch the end result of what I have created. It makes me feel that all that effort was worth it."
A great-grandmother who scooped £1m on the national lottery with a ticket bought at a Norfolk village shop has vowed to treat herself to a new set of teeth.
Diana De Gilio, 70, retired carer who lives in New Zealand. She was in the UK to celebrate her birthday with friends and family when she discovered her life changing win.
She had popped into a village shop in Great Massingham, Norfolk, when she decided to try her luck on the EuroMillions MegaFriday draw.
"While I was in the shop I saw a poster for the EuroMillions Mega Friday Draw and asked the lady what it was about.
"Once she'd explained...I decided to try my luck by buying five Lucky Dips."
As well as treating herself to a new set of gnashers, she also plans to buy a new pair of glasses, help her family buy a house and travel the globe.
Peterborough City Council have been criticised for cutting back on mowing the grass in some public spaces in order to save cash.
Locals say it could hide hazards such as broken glass or dog mess, and potentially cause an injury, but the council say it has been done to cope with budget cuts.
Click below to watch Matthew Hudson’s report.
A young actor from Norwich takes to the stage this week in JK Rowling's new Harry Potter play.
Sam Clemmett, who's 22, will take on the role of Albus Severus, Harry's middle child, in 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child'.
The show which is already a sell out opens at the Palace Theatre at the end of July but previews start tomorrow.
Today marks the final 26-miles for a Norfolk man walking three marathons in three days along the coastline of the county.
Andrew Bell from Saxthorpe is walking to raise awareness for ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder).
On Friday he went from Hunstanton to Wells, yesterday from Wells to Cromer, and today he goes from Cromer to Hemsby.
He is due to finish near the Long Estate Caravan Park at around 6:30pm.
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