UEFA European Championship 2023: Points Table & Match Schedule

UEFA European Championship

The UEFA European (Euro) Championship is the primary organization football competition between the senior men’s national teams of members of the Union of European Football Association (UEFA). It has been held every four years since 1960 in Europe to determine the continental champion in different countries. The tournament was before known as the UEFA European Nations Cup but reciprocal to the present name in 1969.

Since the 1996 tournament, the surname of each championship is known to be in the form “UEFA Euro (year)” in this tournament. It has been retroactively applied to earlier tournaments in the country. The championship is known to be the second most-watched international football tournament just after the FIFA World Cup in that year.

The Henri Delaunay Trophy is awarded to the winning team, in honor of the first General Secretary of UEFA who came up with the European Championship but he died five years after the first tournament held in this time in the country. The trophy was remodeled for the 2008 tournament to make it larger than the previous tournament. The up-to-date trophy overshadowed UEFA’s other trophies such as the European Champion Clubs’ Cup. The modern trophy weighs 8 kilograms and is 24 inches tall, being seven inches long and one pound heavier than the old one in the next tournament.

UEFA European Championship 2023: Points Table, Wiki & Schedule:

2023 — Euro 2020 abounded until 2023 due to the coronavirus pandemic. It will be held in 12 cities in 12 different European countries in the year.

2024 — Germany was awarded the 2024 UEFA European Championship in the year.

Results of the European Championship are provided in the below table

              European Football Championship
year result
1960 U.S.S.R. 2 Yugoslavia 1
1964 Spain 2 U.S.S.R. 1
1968 Italy 2 Yugoslavia 0
1972 West Germany 3 U.S.S.R. 0
1976 Czechoslovakia* 2 West Germany 2
1980 West Germany 2 Belgium 1
1984 France 2 Spain 0
1988 Netherlands 2 U.S.S.R. 0
1992 Denmark 2 Germany 0
1996 Germany 2 Czech Republic 1
2000 France 2 Italy 1
2004 Greece 1 Portugal 0
2008 Spain 1 Germany 0
2012 Spain 4 Italy 0
2016 Portugal 1 France 0
*Czechoslovakia won penalty shoot 5-3.

However, fans can also keep tabs on the live match updates, scores, and in-game highlights on the social media handles of both teams and the tournament’s official handle in the tournament. So, stay connected with us and watched the match schedule on our website.

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