The UEFA European Championship (commonly referred to as the ‘Euros’) is a national men’s football competition between European countries held every four years.
The Euros are planned to operate in an alternate four-year cycle to the World Cup, so fans see the Euros and the World Cup alternate every two years.
Nine countries have won the Euros to date: Germany and Spain with three titles, France with two titles while Portugal, Italy, Netherlands, Denmark, Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia and Greece have one title each.
Spain is the only country to win consecutive titles, in 2008 and 2012.
All European Championship Winners
|2021||Multiple Countries||Italy||1-1 (3-2) ps||England|
|2012||Poland & Ukraine||Spain||4-0||Italy|
|2008||Austria & Switzerland||Spain||1-0||Germany|
|2000||Belgium & Netherlands||France||2-1 asdet||Italy|
|1996||England||Germany||2-1 asdet||Czech Republic|
|1988||West Germany||Netherlands||2-0||Soviet Union|
|1976||Yugoslavia||Czechoslovakia||2-2 aet / (5-3) ps||West Germany|
|1972||Belgium||West Germany||3-0||Soviet Union|
|1968||Italy||Italy||1-1 aet / 2-0 replay||Yugoslavia|
|1960||France||Soviet Union||2-1 aet||Yugoslavia|
aet = after extra time
asdet =after sudden death extra time
ps = after penalty shootout
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