Total of 9 Teams are in List of Euro Winners. There have been nine nations that have won the competition: 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 solitary nation to win back to back titles, in 2008 and 2012.
Group stage ran somewhere in the range of 9 and 30 March. A bring put the 55 groups into ten gatherings of five or six, with every nation playing two matches (1-versus 1) against different nations in a similar gathering; focuses from the two matches were added to the gathering table. The ten gathering victors qualified straightforwardly for the last competition.
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The ten other participants contended in a play-off competition to decide the other six finalists. A bring set them into two gatherings of five, with the best three from each progressing to the finals.
|Germany||2-1 asdet||1996||Czech Republic|
|Czechoslovakia||2-2 aet / (5-3) ps||1976||West Germany|
|West Germany||3-0||1972||Soviet Union|
|Italy||1-1 aet / 2-0 replay||1968||Yugoslavia|
|Soviet Union||2-1 aet||1960||Yugoslavia|
Watch Match Of Last Finalist France Vs Portugal.
Euro 2016 appeared to be bound to be France’s. They were on home soil, had an immensely gifted crew, and played some magnificent football all through.
They snuck past the Republic of Ireland, annihilated the England-slayers of Iceland and saw off Germany 2-0 to set up a date with predetermination in Paris. There, they confronted a Portugal side who had just really one dominated match up until now. They drew every one of the three gathering matches and required punishments to see off Switzerland and Poland, prior to ascending to see off in-structure Wales with a 2-0 success.
At the point when Cristiano Ronaldo was constrained off in tears after only 25 minutes, the issue at hand appeared to be obvious to everyone.