Euro History In-depth
2004 – Greece lightning
Greece shocked hosts Portugal, and the European football community, with victory. Read Full Article
2000 – Trez bien, David!
David Trezeguet’s golden goal secured France a World Cup and European double. Read Full Article
1996 – Germany strike gold
Oliver Bierhoff scored the first golden goal in international football as Germany won again. Read Full Article
1992 – Danish delight
Denmark gatecrashed a European Championships dominated by political turmoil. Read Full Article
1988 – Dutch of class
Marco van Basten’s wonder goal helped Holland to their only international trophy to date. Read Full Article
1984 – French frenzy!
France won their first major title thanks to goals in every game from the great Michel Platini. Read Full Article
1980 – Besch foot forward!
Germany won a second European Championship, though Belgium pushed them close. Read Full Article
1976 – Czechs chip in
Czechoslovakia were the first side to win a major international tournament by penalty shoot-out. Read Full Article
1972 – Muller right!
West Germany recovered from the disappointment of their 1970 World Cup exit with a dominant display. Read Full Article
1968 – Hosts with the most
Italy won their first international trophy since 1938, but needed a replay to see off Yugoslavia in the final. Read Full Article
1964 – Viva Espana!
Spain needed a late winner against holders the USSR for their solitary success on the world stage. Read Full Article
1960 – Victor victorious!
The Soviet Union came from behind to win 2-1 against Yugoslavia to claim the first European Nations Cup. Read Full Article