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List of UEFA European Championship national team droughts

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List of UEFA European Championship national team droughts

This is a list of droughts associated with the participation of national football teams in the UEFA European Football Championships.

Longest active UEFA European Football Championship droughts

Does not include teams that have not yet made their first appearance or teams that no longer exist.
Team Last appearance EC Missed
 Hungary 1972 10
 Scotland 1996 5
 Serbia(1) 2000 4
 Norway 2000 3
 Slovenia 2000 3
 Bulgaria 2004 3
 Latvia 2004 3
 Greece 2012 1
 Netherlands 2012 1

Longest UEFA European Football Championship droughts overall

Only includes droughts begun after a team's first appearance and until the team ceased to exist.

Updated to include qualification for UEFA Euro 2016.
Team Prev. appearance Next appearance EC Missed
 Hungary 1972 active 10
 Scotland 1996 active 5
 Ireland 1988 2012 5
 Greece 1980 2004 5
 France 1960 1984 5
 Serbia(1) 2000 active 4
 Denmark 1964 1984 4
 Bulgaria 2004 active 3
 Latvia 2004 active 3
 Belgium 2000 2016 3
 Norway 2000 active 3
 Slovenia 2000 active 3
 Belgium 1984 2000 3
 Czech Republic(2) 1980 1996 3
 Russia(3) 1972 1988 3
 Spain 1964 1980 3
 Czech Republic(2) 1960 1976 3
 Portugal 1984 1996 2
 Romania 1984 1996 2
 England 1968 1980 2
 Italy 1968 1980 2


(1) FIFA regards Serbia as the same entity which competed in 1960, 1968, 1976, 1984 and 2000 as Yugoslavia.
(2) FIFA regards Czech Republic as the same entity which competed in 1960, 1976 and 1980 as Czechoslovakia.
(3) FIFA regards Russia as the same entity which competed in 1960, 1964, 1968, 1972 as the Soviet Union and 1992 as the CIS.

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