Saturday June 23:
A dozen boys from the Wild Boars soccer team and their coach Ekapol Chanthawong visit the Tham Luang Nang caves in northern Thailand. It was meant to last an hour, however, the cave flooded, blocking their way out. One of their mothers is believed to have reported them missing and local officials find their bikes outside the cave.
Sunday June 24:
Officials find handprints and footprints at the cave.
Monday June 25:
Thai Navy SEAL divers enter the caves to search for the boys.
Wednesday June 27:
A team of 30 US military personnel and three British diving experts join the rescue mission, but efforts are thwarted by continuous heavy flooding.
Thursday June 28:
Drones are sent into the cave to find vents in the cave roof.
Saturday June 30:
A break in the rain allows the divers to get further into the cave.
Sunday July 1:
Divers set up an operating base which includes hundreds of air tanks and other supplies.
Monday July 2:
The British cave-diving team find the boys and their coach in the evening.
Tuesday July 3:
Medical supplies and food are taken into the cave as rescuers plan how to get the youngsters out.
Wednesday July 4:
The boys and coach are taught to use the diving masks and breathing gear.
Friday July 6:
A Thai diver, Saman Kunan, dies after passing out while returning from the chamber, raising the alarm about the low oxygen levels in the cave.
Saturday July 7:
Touching notes from the boys and an apology from the coach to the parents are brought out.
Sunday July 8:
Four of the boys are miraculously led out of the cave in a night-time rescue mission. They are taken straight to hospital.
Monday July 9:
Four more boys are rescued.
Tuesday July 10:
The remaining four boys and the coach are led out of the cave to an outpouring of celebration from the world.