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Originally known as "Nations Cup", the European Championships have been played since 1960. From 1960 until 1976, 4 teams qualified for the final tournament; from 1980 to 1992, 8 teams; from 1996 to 2012 it was 16 teams and in 2016 24 teams qualified for the final showpiece.

Edition Site Year Winner Score Runner-up
XV France 2016 Portugal 1-0* France
XIV Poland / Ukraine 2012 Spain 4-0 Italy
XIII Austria / Switzerland 2008 Spain 1-0 Germany
XII Portugal 2004 Greece 1-0 Portugal
XI Belgium / Holland 2000 France 2-1* Italy
X England 1994 Germany 2-1* Czech Republic
VIII West Germany 1988 Holland 2-0 Soviet Union
VII France 1984 France 2-0 Spain
VI Italy 1980 West Germany 2-1 Belgium
IX Sweden 1992 Denmark 2-0 Germany
IV Yugoslavia 1976 Czechoslovakia 2-2** West Germany
IV Belgium 1972 West Germany 3-0 Soviet Union
III Italy 1968 Italy 1-1*/2-0 Yugoslavia
II Spain 1964 Spain 2-1 Soviet Union
I France 1960 Soviet Union 2-1 Yugoslavia

Last Edition (2016) top

EURO 2016 France. 10.Jun-10.Jul.2016
POL 1-1** SUI WAL 1-0 NIR POR 1-0* CRO FRA 2-1 IRL GER 3-0 SVK BEL 4-0 HUN ITA 2-0 ESP ISL 2-1 ENG
Portugal 1-1* Poland Wales 3-1 Belgium Germany 1-1** Italy France 5-2 Iceland
Portugal 2-0 Wales France 2-0 Germany
Portugal 1-0* France

All the champions

Year COUNTRY: Squad
2016 PORTUGAL: Bruno Alves, Ricardo Carvalho, William Carvalho, Cédric, Danilo, Éder, Eduardo, Eliseu, José Fonte, André Gomes, Raphaël Guerreiro, João Mário, Anthony Lopes, João Moutinho, Nani, Rui Patrício, Pepe, Ricardo Quaresma, Cristiano Ronaldo (captain), Renato Sanches, Adrien Silva, Rafa Silva, Vieirinha. (Coach : Fernando Santos)
2012 SPAIN: Jordi Alba, Raúl Albiol, Xabi Alonso, Álvaro Arbeloa, Sergio Busquets, Iker Casillas, Santi Cazorla, Cesc Fàbregas, Xavi Hernández, Andrés Iniesta, Fernando Llorente, Javi Martínez, Juan Mata, Jesús Navas, Álvaro Negredo, Gerard Piqué, Sergio Ramos, Pepe Reina, Pedro Rodríguez, David Silva, Fernando Torres, Juanfran Torres, Víctor Valdés. (Coach: Vicente del Bosque)
2008 SPAIN: Raúl Albiol, Xabi Alonso, Álvaro Arbeloa, Joan Capdevila, Íker Casillas, Santi Cazorla, Rubén de la Red, Cesc Fábregas, Sergio García, Daniel Güiza, "Juanito" Gutiérrez, Xavi Hernández, Andrés Iniesta, Carlos Marchena, Fernando Navarro, Andrés Palop, Carles Puyol, Sergio Ramos, Pepe Reina, Marcos Senna, David Silva, Fernando Torres, David Villa. (Coach: Luis Aragonés)
2004 GREECE: Angelos Basinas, Konstantinos Chalkias, Angelos Charisteas, Nikolaos Dabizas, Traianos Dellas, Panagiotis Fyssas, Georgios Georgiadis, Stylianos Giannakopoulos, Ioannis Goumas, Pantelis Kafes, Mihalis Kapsis, Georgios Karagounis, Theofanis Katergiannakis, Konstantinos Katsouranis, Vassilios Lakis, Themistoklis Nikolaidis, Antonios Nikopolidis, Dimitrios Papadopoulos, Giourkas Seitaridis, Vassilios Tsiartas, Stylianos Venetidis, Zisis Vryzas, Theodoros Zagorakis. (Coach: Otto Rehhagel)
2000 FRANCE: Bernard Lama, Vincent Candela, Bixente Lizarazu, Patrick Vieira, Laurent Blanc, Youri Djorkaeff, Didier Deschamps, Marcel Desailly, Nicolas Anelka, Zinedine Zidane, Robert Pires, Thierry Henry, Sylvain Wiltord, Johan Micoud, Lilian Thuram, Fabien Barthez, Emmanuel Petit, Frank Leboeuf, Christian Karembeu, David Trezeguet, Christophe Dugarry, Ulrich Rame. (Coach: Roger Lemerre)
1996 GERMANY: Andreas Köpke, Stefan Reuter, Marco Bode, Steffen Freund, Thomas Helmer, Matthias Sammer, Andreas Möller, Mehmet Scholl, Fredi Bobic, Thomas Hässler, Stefan Kuntz, Oliver Kahn, Mario Basler, Markus Babbel, Jürgen Köhler, René Schneider, Christian Ziege, Jürgen Klinsmann, Thomas Strunz, Oliver Bierhoff, Dieter Eilts, Oliver Reck. (Coach: Berti Vogts)
1992 DENMARK: Peter Schmeichel, John Sivebæk, Kent Nielsen, Lars Olsen, Henrik Andersen, Kim Christofte, John Jensen, Johnny Mølby, Flemming Povlsen, Lars Elstrup, Brian Laudrup, Torben Piechnik, Henrik Larsen, Torben Frank, Bent Christensen, Mogens Krogh, Claus Christiansen, Kim Vilfort, Peter Nielsen, Morten Bruun. (Coach: Richard Møller Nielsen)
1988 NETHERLANDS: Hans Van Breukelen, Berry Van Aerle, Frank Rijkaard, Ronald Koeman, Adri van Tiggelen, Gerald Vanenburg, Jan Wouters, Arnold Mühren, Erwin Koeman, Ruud Gullit, Marco Van Basten, John Bosman, Joop Hiele, Wim Kieft, John van´t Schip, Wilbert Suvrijn. (Coach: Rinus Michels)
1984 FRANCE: Joel Bats, Patick Battiston, Manuel Amoros, Yvon Le Roux, Maxime Bossis, Jean François Domergue, Alain Giresse, Jean Tigana, Luis Fernandez, Michel Platini, Bernard Lacombe, Bernard Genghini, Bruno Bellone, Bergeroo, Rust, Thierry Tusseau, Ferreri, Bravo, Dominique Rocheteau. (Coach: Michel Hidalgo)
1980 WEST GERMANY: Harald Schumacher, Manfred Kaltz, Karl-Heinz Förster, Bernd Cullman, Bernard Dietz, Bernd Förster, Felix Magath, Hans-Peter Briegel, Uli Stielike, Hansi Müller, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Klaus Allofs, Lothar Matthäus, Bernd Schuster, Mirko Votava, Calle Del'Haye, Horst Hrubesch, Rainer Bonhof, Eike Immel, Walter Junghans, Caspar Memering, Herbert Zimmermann. (Coach: Jupp Derwall)
1976 CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Anton Ondrus, Ivo Viktor, Karel Dobias, Jozéf Capkovic, Marian Masny, Josef Moder, Jan Svehlik, Jan Pivarnik, Antonin Panenka, Zdenek Nehoda, Koloman Gögh, Ladislav Jurkemik, Alexander Vencel, Dusan Gallis, Jaroslav Pollak, Pavel Biros, Frantisek Stambacher, Frantisek Vesely, Herda, Michalik. (Coach: Vaclav Jezek)
1972 WEST GERMANY: Sepp Maier, Horst-Dieter Höttges, Franz Beckenbauer, Georg Schwarzenbeck, Paul Breitner, Uli Hoeness, Herbert Wimmer, Günter Netzer, Jupp Heynckes, Gerd Müller, Erwin Kremers, Michael Bella, Rainer Bonhof, Jürgen Grabowski, Wolfgang Kleff, Horst Köppel, Hannes Löhr, Berti Vogts. (Coach: Helmut Schön)
1968 ITALY: Enrico Albertosi, Pietro Anastasi, Angelo Anquilletti, Giancarlo Bercellino, Giacomo Bulgarelli, Tarcisio Burgnich, Ernesto Castano, Giancarlo de Sisti, Angelo Domenghini, Giacinto Facchetti, Giorgio Ferrini, Aristide Guarneri, Antonio Juliano, Giovanni Lodetti, Sandro Mazzola, Piero Prati, Luigi Riva, Gianni Rivera, Roberto Rosato, Alessandro Salvadore, Lido Vieri, Dino Zoff. (Coach: Ferrucio Valcareggi)
1964 SPAIN: José Ángel Iribar, Feliciano Rivilla, Fernando Olivella, Ignacio Calleja, Ignacio Zoco, José María Fusté, Amancio Amaro, Jesús Pereda, Marcelino Martínez, Luis Suárez, Carlos Lapetra, Zaballa, Juan Manuel Villa, Francisco Gento. (Coach: José Villalonga)
1960 SOVIET UNION: Lev Yashin, Givi Chokheli, Anatoli Maslenkin, Anatoli Kroutikov, Iouri Voinov, Igor Netto, Slava Metreveli, Valentin Ivanov, Victor Ponedelnik, Valentin Bubukin, Mikhail Meskhi. (Coach: Gavril Kachalin)

Medal Table

Ps. Country / País Tit/Fin
1. (West) Germany 3/6
2. Spain 3/4
3. France 2/2
4. Soviet Union / Russia 1/4
5. Italy 1/3
6. Portugal 1/2
7. Czechoslovakia 1/1
. Netherlands 1/1
. Denmark 1/1
. Greece 1/1
11. Yugoslavia 0/2
12. Belgium 0/1
. Czech Republic 0/1
 
13 TOTAL 15/30

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