This is the 36th time Europe will crown a continental champion in baseball.
The Netherlands is the winningest nation in European baseball with 23 gold medals.
The Netherlands has played in the gold-medal game a record 32 times.
The last time the Netherlands did not reach the European championship game was 1967.
Israel will stand on the podium for the first time in just its second appearance in the European Championships (Pool A).
Israeli finished fourth at the European Championships in 2019. Nine players from the current roster played at that tournament: Tal Erel, Mitch Glasser, Ty Kelly, Shlomo Lipetz, Assaf Lowengart, Robb Paller, D.J. Sharabi, Joey Wagman and Ben Wanger.
Israel will become the 11th nation to medal at the European championships.
Israel's roster at the European championships features 10 native-born Israeli players:
Shaked Baruch, Tal Erel, Itai Goldner, Orr Gottlieb, David Ibn-Ezra, Ophir Katz, Shlomo Lipetz, Assaf Lowengart, Ivri Margolin and Ido Peled.
The Israel roster has five players on the roster who helped Israel place first at the 2019 European Championships U18 Qualifier in Sweden: Shaked Baruch, Itai Goldner, Ivri Margolin, Jordan Petrushka and Ido Peled.
Four players have both hit and pitched for Israel at the tournament: Itai Goldner, Ty Kelly, Joey Wagman and Ben Wanger.
Assaf Lowengart enters the final day of competition tied for second in the tournament with 3 home runs. He is tied for third with 11 RBI.
Mitch Glasser is tied for second in the tournament with 4 doubles.
Glasser and Ty Kelly are tied for sixth in the tournament with 6 walks each.
Joey Wagman is tied for the tournament lead with 17 strikeouts.
Ben Wanger is one of three pitchers at the tournament with a 2-0 record.
Ivri Margolin is the youngest player on the Israel roster at 18 years, 5 months and 6 days.
Shlomo Lipetz is the oldest player on the Israel roster at 42 years, 7 months and 8 days.