Soccer (Football) / European Championships

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WOMEN top

The inaugural "European Competition for Women's Football" was played in the period between 1982 and 1984, and the competition was upgraded to the "European Women's Championship" for the 1989/91 event. The 1997 final round was the first to involve eight teams, while being the last event to be staged every two years. It is now staged every four years as well as FIFA Women's World Cup.

Edition Site Year Winner Score Runner-up
XII Netherlands 2017 Netherlands 4-2 Denmark
XI Sweden 2013 Germany 1-0 Norway
X Finland 2009 Germany 6-2 England
IX England 2005 Germany 3-1 Norway
VIII Germany 2001 Germany 1-0* Sweden
VII Norway/Sweden 1997 Germany 2-0 Italy
VI Germany 1995 Germany 3-2 Sweden
V Italy 1993 Norway 1-0 Italy
IV Denmark 1991 Germany 3-1* Norway
III West Germany 1989 West Germany 4-1 Norway
II Norway 1987 Norway 2-1 Sweden
I - 1984 Sweden 1-0/1-0** England

Latest Edition (2017) top

Women's EURO 2017 the Netherlands. 16.Jul to 06.Aug.2017
NED 2-0 SWE Eng 1-0 FRA DEN 2-1 GER AUT 0-0** ESP
Netherlands 3-0 England Denmark 0-0** Austria
Netherlands 4-2 Denmark

All the Champions top

Year COUNTRY: Squad
2017 NETHERLANDS: Lineth Beerensteyn, Angela Christ, Anouk Dekker, Sisca Folkertsma, Loes Geurts, Jackie Groenen, Renate Jansen, Dominique Janssen, Vanity Lewerissa, Lieke Martens, Vivianne Miedema, Jill Roord, Sherida Spitse, Danielle van de Donk, Shanice van de Sanden, Mandy van den Berg, Sheila van den Bulk, Stephanie van der Gragt, Liza van der Most, Kika van Es, Desiree van Lunteren, Sari van Veenendaal, Kelly Zeeman. (Coach: Sarina Wiegman)
2013 GERMANY: Nadine Angerer, Fatmire Bajramaj, Saskia Bartusiak, Melanie Behringer, Laura Benkarth, Jennifer Cramer, Sara Däbritz, Lena Goessling, Josephine Henning, Svenja Huth, Nadine Kessler, Annike Krahn, Simone Laudehr, Melanie Leupolz, Isabelle Linden, Lena Lotzen, Leonie Maier, Dzsenifer Marozsán, Anja Mittag, Célia Okoyino da Mbabi, Bianca Schmidt, Almuth Schult, Luisa Wensing. (Coach: Silvia Neid)
2009 GERMANY: Nadine Angerer, Fatmire Bajramaj, Saskia Bartusiak, Melanie Behringer, Linda Bresonik, Sonja Fuss, Kerstin Garefrekes, Inka Grings, Ariane Hingst, Ursula Holl, Annike Krahn, Kim Kulig, Simone Laudehr, Anja Mittag, Martina Müller, Célia Okoyino da Mbabi, Babett Peter, Birgit Prinz, Bianca Schmidt, Kerstin Stegemann, Lisa Weiß, Jennifer Zietz. (Coach: Silvia Neid)
2005 GERMANY: Nadine Angerer, Britta Carlson, Sonja Fuss, Kerstin Garefrekes, Inka Grings, Sarah Günther, Ariane Hingst, Ursula Holl, Stephanie Jones, Renate Lingor, Sandra Minnert, Anja Mittag, Navina Omilade, Conny Pohlers, Birgit Prinz, Silke Rottenberg, Sandra Smisek, Kerstin Stegemann, Petra Wimbersky, Pia Wunderlich. (Coach: Tina Theune-Meyer)
2001 GERMANY: Nadine Angerer, Linda Bresonik, Doris Fitschen, Ariane Hingst, Stefanie Jones, Renate Lingor, Maren Meinert, Sandra Minnert, Martina Müller, Claudia Müller, Navina Omilade, Birgit Prinz, Silke Rottenberg, Sandra Smisek, Kerstin Stegemann, Bettina Wiegmann, Madleen Wilder, Petra Wimbersky, Pia Wunderlich, Tina Wunderlich. (Coach: Tina Theune-Meyer)
1997 GERMANY: Angerer, Becher, Fitschen, Fuss, Hingst, Hoffmann, Jones, Klein, Meinert, Meyer, Minnert, Müller, Prinz, Rottenberg, Smisek, Stegemann, Von Lanken, Voss, Wiegmann, Wunderlich.
1995 GERMANY: Austermühl, Bernhard, Brocker-Grigoli, Goller, Kraus, Lasrich, Lohn, Meinert, Minnert, Mohr, Neid, Pohlmann, Prinz, Voss, Wiegmann, Wunderlich.
1993 NORWAY: Aarønes, Carlsen, Espeseth, Hegstad, Medalen, Nordby, Nymark Andersen, Nymark Andersen, Nysveen, Riise, Sandberg, Seth, Støre, Svensson, Tangeraas, Zaborowski.
1991 GERMANY: Alter, Bornschein, Damm, Fitschen, Gottschlich, Hengst, Isbert, Kuhlmann, Mohr, Nardenbach, Neid, Raith, Übelhör, Unsleber, Voss, Wiegmann.
1989 WEST GERMANY: Bindl, Damm, Fehrmann, Fitschen, Haberlass, Isbert, Kuhlmann, Landers, Lohn, Mohr, Nardenbach, Neid, Raith, Unsleber, Voss, Walther.
1987 NORWAY: Janne Andreassen, Lisbeth Bakken, Tone Haugen, Trude Haugland, Torill Hoch-Nielsen, Hege Ludvigsen, Mariann Mortensen, Kari Nielsen, Gunn Nyborg, Tone Opseth, Ellen Scheel Aalbu, Trine Stenberg, Trude Stendal, Heidi Store, Bjorg Storhaug, Liv Straedet. (Coach: Erling Hokstad)
1984 SWEDEN: Karin Ahman-Svensson, Eva Andersson, Inger Arnesson, Gunilla Axen, Anette Borjesson, Angelica Burevik, Anette Hansson, Ann Jansson, Helen Johansson, Mia Kaberg-Pettersson, Elisabeth Leidinge, Anette Nicklasson, Pia Sundhage, Anna Svenjeby, Doris Uusitalo, Lena Videkull. (Coach: Ulf Lyfors)

Medal Table top

Ps. Country T/F
1. (West) Germany 8/8
2. Norway 2/6
3. Sweden 1/4
4. Netherlands 1/1
5. Italy 0/2
. England 0/2
7. Denmark 0/1
 
6 TOTAL 12/24

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