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Euro Cup Winners List

All-Time UEFA Euro Cup Winners List 1960-2020

The Euro 2020 UEFA European Championship football tournament will be played in 12 or 13 host cities across Europe with the Euro 2020 final to be played at Wembley Stadium, London, England on 12 July 2020. At Euro 2016 Portugal became the current euro cup winners beating France 1-0 at the Stade de France stadium on 10 July 2016. The European football championship was originally the UEFA European Nations Cup before it was renamed to the UEFA European Championship in 1968 but it’s more commonly referred to “the Euros” or Euro 2020 (adding the year).

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Year Euro Cup Winners Euro Cup Finalists Euro Cup Semi Finalists [2]Third Place play off Host/s Teams Goals
1960 Soviet Union Soviet Union v Yugoslavia 2-1. France v Yugoslavia 4-5.
Czechoslovakia v Soviet Union 0-3.
Czechoslovakia v France 2:0 France 4 17
1964 Spain Spain v Soviet Union 2-1. Spain v Hungary 2-1 (after extra time).
Denmark v Soviet Union 0-3.
Hungary v Denmark 3:1 (after extra time). Spain 4 13
1968 Italy Italy v Yugoslavia 2-0. Italy v Soviet Union 0-0 (after extra time, Italy won on the toss of a coin).
Yugoslavia v England 1-0.
England v Soviet Union 2-0 Italy 4 5
1972 Germany West Germany v Soviet Union 3-0. Belgium v West Germany 1-2.
Hungary v Soviet Union 0-1.
Belgium v Hungary 2-1 Belgium 4 10
1976 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia v West Germany 7-5 (penalty shootout). Czechoslovakia v Netherlands 3-1 (after extra time).
Yugoslavia v West Germany 2-4 (after extra time).
Netherlands v Yugoslavia 3-2 (after extra time). Yugoslavia 4 20
1980 Germany West Germany v Belgium 2-1. No semi-finals. The two group runners up played for third place. [2]Third place play-offs ended. Czechoslovakia v Italy 9-8 (penalty shootout). Italy 8 27
1984 France France v Spain 2-0. France v Portugal 3-2 (after extra time).
Spain v Denmark 6-5 (penalty shootout).
France 8 41
1988 Netherlands Netherlands v Soviet Union 2-0. Netherlands v West Germany 2-1.
Soviet Union v Italy 2-0.
Germany 8 34
1992 Denmark Denmark v Germany 2-0. Germany v Sweden 3-2
Denmark v Netherlands 7-6 (penalty shootout).
Sweden 8 32
1996 Germany Germany v Czech Republic 2-1
(golden goal by Bierhoff).
Czech Republic v France 6-5 (penalty shootout).
Germany v England 7-6 (penalty shootout).
England 16 64
2000 France France v Italy 2-1 (golden goal by Trezeguet). France v Portugal 2-1 (after extra time).
Italy v Netherlands 3-1 (penalty shootout).
Belgium / Holland 16 85
2004 Greece Greece v Portugal 1-0. Portugal v Netherlands 2-1.
Greece v Czech Republic 1-0 (after extra time).
Portugal 16 77
2008 Spain Spain v Germany 1-0. Germany v Turkey 3-2.
Spain v Russia 3-0.
Switzerland / Austria 16 77
2012 Spain Spain v Italy 4-0. Spain v Portugal 4-2 (penalty shootout).
Italy v Germany 2-1.
Poland / Ukraine 16 76
2016 Portugal PORTUGAL v France 1-0. Portugal v Wales 2-0.
France v Germany 2-0.
France 24 108
Euro Cup Winners Table Notes: [1] In 2012 it was decided to hold Euro 2020 across different European cities. [2]Third and fourth places were no longer awarded after Euro 1980. The 2020 European football championship semi-finals and finals will be played at Wembley Stadium, London, England. Important! ADDucation’s lists are published for information only and we acknowledge all registered marks and trademarks belong to their respective organizations including FIFATM, UEFATM and The FATM.

FAQs About The Euros

FAQs About UEFA European Football Championship.

  • Which country has won the European Championship the most times?
    Germany and Spain have been euro cup winners three times. Germany has reached the final six times. Spain has reached the final four times.
  • Who’s the top goalscorer in the Euros?
    Michel Platini (France) and Christiano Ronaldo (Portugal) are tied on 9 goals, followed by Alan Shearer (England) with 7 goals.
  • How many national teams competed in Euro 2016?
    53 teams played in the Euro 2016 qualification phase. 24 teams competed in the Euro 2016 finals.
  • How often is the European Championship held?
    The Euros have been held every 4 years since 1960, like the FIFA World Cup. Every other even numbered year there will be a World Cup or Euros football tournament.

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