Spain knocked out England via penalties ©Paralympics GB

Spain will play Russia in the final of the International Blind Sports Federation European Football Championships in Berlin after both last four clashes were decided on penalties.

Both matches ended 2-2 at the Lilli-Henoch-Sportplatz in Germany's capital with Spain seeing off England and Russia beating France.

England had been in command of their semi-final as they surged into a 2-0 lead.

Roy Turnham put his country in front with just a minute on the clock before Keryn Seal doubled the advantage.

Only four minutes remained in the clash when Adolfo Acosta gave Spain hope with a low drive.

Dan English then scored an own goal which sent the game to spot kicks.

English and Seal both missed their efforts as Spain won the shoot-out 2-1.

Alexey Loktionov gave Russia the lead against France but Martin Baron drew his side level.

Hakim Arezki then fired the French in front but a Russian equaliser from Denis Egorov necessitated penalties.

It was Russia who held their nerve best, winning the spot kick battle 4-3.

The final and third-place play-off will be played on Saturday (August 26) with further classification matches tomorrow.