The Summer Olympics gave us two very entertaining football tournaments. The United States women's national team and the under-23 Mexican squad grabbed the gold medals in style.
For two weeks, we saw several bright and upcoming talents that will probably take over their countries' teams. We also got a glimpse of those footballers that may retire soon.
At the end, the expectations were very high for Spain who had to leave after the stage group, Canada gave quite a fight in the women's semifinal match and Brazil couldn't win the gold medal again.
Here are 10 things we learned from London 2012 football tournaments.