Takeaway company Domino's Pizza delivered a jump in sales and profits today after Euro 2012 and record rainfall prompted people to stay at home.
Domino's Pizza, which runs 738 stores across the UK and Ireland, said pre-tax profits rose 15% to £23.3 million in the 26 weeks to June 24, while like-for-like sales in the UK rose 5.7%.
Chief executive Lance Batchelor said "a combination of rain, sport and national celebrations" boosted business in the second quarter.
England Under-21 head coach and Team GB manager Stuart Pearce says part of Spain's success is that they learn to win together from an early age.
Former Scotland international Bob Wilson admits Spain have every right to be considered the greatest football team ever, but he also has a soft spot for Brazil's 1970 side.
The Spanish football team will be received later by King Juan Carlos after arriving back in Madrid, fresh from their triumph at Euro 2012.
Tens of thousands of people are expected to pack the streets of the Spanish capital to watch as the victorious side ride through the city in an open top bus.
The Spanish football team have touched down in Madrid following their demolition of Italy in the final of Euro 2012.
Captain Iker Casillas walked out of the plane carrying the European Championship trophy, accompanied by manager Vincent Del Bosque.
The official Euro 2012 Team of the Tournament has been named. 23 players make up the squad in total, with ten of those players representing European Champions Spain. Andres Iniesta has been named player of the tournament.
Goalkeepers - Buffon, Casillas, Neuer
Defenders - Pique, Coentrao, Lahm, Pepe, Ramos, Alba
Midfielders - De Rossi, Gerrard, Xavi, Iniesta, Khedira, Busquets, Ozil, Pirlo, Xabi Alonso
Forwards - Balotelli, Fabregas, Ronaldo, Ibrahimovic, Silva
The Daily Telegraph's Football Correspondent Henry Winter reports that Steven Gerrard has been named in the Euro 2012 Team of the Tournament.