The UEFA European Championship is a football association championship conduction tournament since 1960. The tournament takes place every 4 years and it is one of the most famous football leagues. Check the UEFA EURO Winners Name List History – Year by the Year 1960 to 2020.
There is a total of 55 teams in the qualification and the 24 teams are the ones that enter the final tournament. The current champions of the tournament were Portugal. However, the most successful teams with a total of 3 winning titles are Germany and Spain.
In the year 1960, the winners of the tournament were the Soviet Union. The runners-up of the teams are Yugoslavia and the score of the teams was 2-1. The venue for the tournament is Parc des Princes and the location is Paris, France. There are in a total 17,966 attendance.
The winners for the tournament were Spain where the runners-up of the teams are the Soviet Union. The score for the finals match is 2-1. The venue for the matches is the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium where the location is Rome, Itlay. the total attendance of the team is 79,115.
The finals took place between Itlay and Yugoslavia. The winner of the tournament is Italy and the runners-up are Yugoslavia. The tournament took place at Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy. The attendance of the tournament is 32, 886.
The winners of the tournament are West Germany. And the runners-up of the league are the Soviet Union where the score is 3-0. The venue for the tournament is Heysel Stadium and the location for the match in Brussels, Belgium.
The finals of the team took place between Czechoslovakia and West Germany where the score was 2-2. The venue for the team is Stadion FK Crvena Zvevda. The location for the tournament in Belgrade, Yugoslavia.
In the year 1980, the teams reaching out to the finals were West Germany and Belgium. The winners for the season were West Germany. Scores of the finals are 2-. The venue for the tournament is Stadio Olimpico where the location is Rome, Italy.
The finals for 1984 took place between France and Spain where the winners were France. The score for the finals was 2-0. The venue for the tournament is the Parc des Princes where the located in Paris, France.
The top two teams in the finals were the Netherlands and the Soviet Union. the winners of the tournament for 1988 were the Netherlands. The venue for the tournament is Olympiastadion, Munich, West Germany.
The total attendance for the tournament was 62, 770
The top two teams reaching the finals were Denmark and Germany. The team bagging the winning title is Denmark. The score between the two was 2-0. The venue for the tournament is Ullevi, Gothenburg, Sweden.
The 1996 tournament has the Germany and Czech Republic in the finals where the winners are Germany. The score was 2-1 and the venue of the tournament is the Wembley Stadium and the location is London, England.
The two teams in the finals are France and Italy where the score is 2-1. The winning team is France where the venue is the Feijenoord Stadion. The location for the league is Rotterdam Netherlands. The attendance for the match is 50,000
The teams making it to be finals are Greece and Portugal with a score of 1-0. The winners are Greece. The venue for the team is Estadio da Luz location the team is Lisbon Portugal.
The total attendance for the tournament is 62, 865.
The teams reaching the finals for the year are Spain vs Germany. The winners for the season are Spain. The score of the match is 1-0. The venue for the matches is the Ernst-Happel-Stadion and the location is Vienna Austria.
Spain and Italy make it to the finals of the matches where the winners are Spain. The score for the match is 4-0 the venue for the matches is the Olimpiyskiy National Sports Complex and the location is Kyiv Ukraine.
The winners of the season are Portugal. The finals took place between Portugal and France where the score is 1-0. The venue of the tournament is the Stade de France and the location is Saint-DEnis, France. Check Below UEFA EURO Winners Name of 2020-2021.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, UEFA Euro 2021 matches are taking place in 2021. The 2020 UEFA Euro final takes place on 11 July 2021 between Italy and England at Wembley Stadium. Italy wins the 2020 UEFA Euro final.
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German and Spain are the most successful teams in the UEFA European Championship, they have won 3 times titles for each team.