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UEFA European Championship Winners List of all Season

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If I ask you to name another popular football championship apart from UEFA, you will say UEFA European Football Championship in one sentence. Although it is a less formalized European Championship. It is mainly organized by the Union of European Football Associations. Not only that but here mainly the UEFA member’s senior men’s national competitions. Check the UEFA European Championship Winners List of all Seasons.

However, I have informed you that FIFA is the second most-watched football tournament in the world after the World Cup. Moreover, the continental champions of Europe are crowned by this World Cup. Not only that but you will be surprised to hear that the 2012 Euro Final was watched by an audience of around 300 million worldwide. Hope you now understand how popular and loving this place is for fans.

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UEFA European Championship Details

However, in Europe, the UEFA European Football Championship was created until 2021 due to Covid-19. The moratorium started in the year 2020 when the epidemic began and lasted until 2021. Not only that but due to the epidemic, the condition of people was already deteriorating all over the world. Yet people were really missing the European Football Championship surprisingly.

Also Check: UEFA Champions League Winners List

TeamWinnersRunners-up
Germany3 (1972, 1980, 1996)3 (1976, 1992, 2008)
Spain3 (1964, 2008, 2012)1 (1984)
Italy2 (1968, 2020)2 (2000, 2012)
France2 (1984, 2000)1 (2016)
Russia1 (1960)3 (1964, 1972, 1988)
Czech Republic31 (1976)1 (1996)
Portugal1 (2016)1 (2004)
Netherlands1 (1988)
Denmark1 (1992)
Greece1 (2004)
Serbia2 (1960, 1968)
Belgium1 (1980)
England1 (2020)

This clearly shows that their popularity has remained the same since their inception. Meanwhile, initially, this cup tournament was named the European Nations Cup. Then in 1968, the name was changed to UEFA European Football Championship. Not only that but since 1996 they have been identified as UEFA Euros on separate occasions.

Let us inform you that many teams have won this title since its inception. Furthermore, sixteen European Championship tournaments have been won by ten national teams. Similarly, Germany and Spain won three titles each.

On the other hand, Italy and France won two titles. Additionally, the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, the Netherlands, Denmark, and Portugal each won one title.

UEFA European Championship Winners List

YearWinner ListRunner-Up ListHost CaptainManager
 2020 Italy England Europe  Giorgio Chiellini (Italy)Roberto Mancini 
 2016 Portugal France France Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) Fernando Santos
 2012 Spain Italy Poland & Ukraine Iker Casillas (Spain) Vicente del Bosque
 2008 SpainGermany  Austria & Switzerland Iker Casillas (Spain) Luis Aragonés
 2004 Greece Portugal Portugal  Theodoros Zagorakis (Greece) Otto Rehhagel
 2000 France Italy Belgium & Netherlands  Didier Deschamps (France) 
Roger Lemerre
 1996 Germany Czech Republic England Jürgen Klinsmann (Germany) Berti Vogts
 1992 Denmark Germany Sweden Lars Olsen (Denmark)Richard Møller Nielsen
 1988 Netherlands  Soviet Union West Germany  Ruud Gullit (Netherlands) Rinus Michels
 1984 France Spain France Michel Platini (France)Michel Hidalgo 
 1980 Germany Belgium Italy Bernard Dietz (West Germany) Jupp Derwall
 1976 Czechoslovakia Germany Yugoslavia Anton Ondruš (Czechoslovakia) Václav Ježek
 1972 Germany Soviet Union Belgium Franz Beckenbauer (West Germany) Helmut Schön
 1968  Italy Yugoslavia Italy Giacinto Facchetti (Italy) Ferruccio Valcareggi
 1964 Spain Soviet Union Spain  Ferran Olivella (Spain) José Villalonga
1960Soviet UnionYugoslaviaFranceIgor Netto (USSR)Gavriil Kachalin

Meanwhile, the most successful team in the UEFA European Champions League to date is Spain. Not only that, they are the only team to have won back-to-back titles in 2008 and 2012. And with all this today we will take a look at the names of all the champions we have got to date in this article.

  • 2020- Italy
  • 2016- Portugal
  • 2012-Spain
  • 2008- Spain
  • 2004- Greece
  • 2000- France
  • 1996- Germany
  • 1992- Denmark
  • 1988- Netherlands
  • 1984- France
  • 1980- Germany
  • 1976- Czechoslovakia
  • 1972- Germany
  • 1968- Italy
  • 1964- Spain
  • 1960- Soviet Union
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