UEFA Euro Cup

* * UEFA Euro Cup * *

The UEFA European Championship is an association football competition established in 1960. It is contested by the men's national teams of the members of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), the sport's European governing body, and takes place every four years. The winners of the first final were the Soviet Union, who defeated Yugoslavia 2–1 in Paris, after extra time. The most recent final, hosted in Paris in 2016, was won by Portugal, who beat France 1–0 after extra time

 

Year

Venue

Location

Winner

Runner-up

Score

1960

Parc des Princes

Paris, France

Soviet Union

Yugoslavia

2–1

1964

Santiago Bernabéu Stadium

Madrid, Spain

Spain

Soviet Union

2–1

1968

Stadio Olimpico

Rome, Italy

Italy

Yugoslavia

2–0

1972

Heysel Stadium

Brussels, Belgium

West Germany

Soviet Union

3–0

1976

Stadion FK Crvena Zvezda

Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Czechoslovakia

West Germany

5 – 3

1980

Stadio Olimpico

Rome, Italy

West Germany

Belgium

2–1

1984

Parc des Princes

Paris, France

France

Spain

2–0

1988

Olympiastadion

Munich, West Germany

Netherlands

Soviet Union

2–0

1992

Ullevi

Gothenburg, Sweden

Denmark

Germany

2–0

1996

Wembley Stadium

London, England

Germany

Czech Republic

2–1

2000

Feijenoord Stadion

Rotterdam, Netherlands

France

Italy

2–1

2004

Estádio da Luz

Lisbon, Portugal

Greece

Portugal

1–0

 

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