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List of UEFA European Championship penalty shoot-outs

This is a list of all penalty shoot-outs that have occurred in the Finals tournament of the UEFA European Football Championships.[1]

Contents

  • By team 1
    • Records 1.1
  • By year 2
  • By chronological order 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

By team

Antonín Panenka, scorer of the winning penalty for Czechoslovakia in the final in 1976
Andrea Pirlo, who scored for Italy against England in 2012

Records

Most Won
Most Lost
Most Played
  • 4 -  Netherlands (1992, 1996, 2000, 2004)
  • 4 -  England (1996, 1996, 2004, 2012)
  • 4 -  Spain (1984, 1996, 2008, 2012)
  • 4 -  Italy (1980, 2000, 2008, 2012)
Team Played Win Loss % Win Win Year Loss Year
 Czech Republic1 3 3 0 100% 1976,1980,1996 -
 Turkey 1 1 0 100% 2008 -
 Spain 4 3 1 75% 1984,2008,2012 1996
 Italy 4 2 2 50% 2000,2012 1980,2008
 Denmark 2 1 1 50% 1992 1984
 France 2 1 1 50% 1996 1996
 Portugal 2 1 1 50% 2004 2012
 Germany2 2 1 1 50% 1996 1976
 England 4 1 3 25% 1996 1996,2004,2012
 Netherlands 4 1 3 25% 2004 1992,1996,2000
 Croatia 1 0 1 0% - 2008
 Sweden 1 0 1 0% - 2004

Championship Year in Bold

Notes

By year

Cesc Fàbregas, scorer of winning penalties for Spain in shoot-outs in two different tournaments (2008 and 2012)
  • Penalty-kicks were introduced to the UEFA European Championship in 1976.
  • Before 1976, there are 17 matches during the first four tournaments from 1960 to 1972, 16 scheduled matches ( four per tournament ) and 1 replay match. Only 2 of those matches were not decided within 120 minutes. The Euro 1968 semi-final between Italy and Soviet Union was decided by coin toss. When Euro 1968 final between Italy and Yugoslavia drew in 120 minutes, a replay was scheduled instead of a coin toss. Both the semi-final coin toss and the final replay were won by Italy, the host.
Year Teams Knock-out
Matches
Penalties Percentage
1976 4 4 1 25.0%
1980 8 2 1 50.0%
1984 8 3 1 33.3%
1988 8 3 0 0.0%
1992 8 3 1 33.3%
1996 16 7 4 57.1%
2000 16 7 1 14.3%
2004 16 7 2 28.6%
2008 16 7 2 28.6%
2012 16 7 2 28.6%
Total 50 15 30.0%

Most and Fewest Penalties in bold

By chronological order

Sequence
Winner
Final
score
Loser
Score on
penalties
# penalties
taken
Missed penalties Final penalty[2] Tournament
Round
Date
1.  Czechoslovakia 2-2  West Germany 5-3 5-4 Hoeneß Penalty scored Panenka 1976, Yugoslavia 1 Final June 20, 1976
2.  Czechoslovakia 1-1  Italy 9-8 9-9 Collovati Penalty scored Barmoš 1980, Italy 2 Third place play-off June 21, 1980
3.  Spain 1-1  Denmark 5-4 5-5 Elkjær Penalty scored Sarabia 1984, France 3 Semi-finals June 24, 1984
4.  Denmark 2-2  Netherlands 5-4 5-5 van Basten Penalty scored Christofte 1992, Sweden 3 Semi-finals June 22, 1992
5.  England 0-0  Spain 4-2 4-4 Hierro
Nadal
Penalty missed Nadal
GK Seaman
1996, England 5 Quarter-finals June 22, 1996
6.  France 0-0  Netherlands 5-4 5-5 Seedorf Penalty scored Blanc 1996, England 5 Quarter-finals June 22, 1996
7.  Czech Republic 0-0  France 6-5 6-6 Pedros Penalty scored Kadlec 1996, England 3 Semi-finals June 26, 1996
8.  Germany 1-1  England 6-5 6-6 Southgate Penalty scored Möller 1996, England 3 Semi-finals June 26, 1996
9.  Italy 0-0  Netherlands 3-1 4-4 F. de Boer
Stam
Maldini
Bosvelt
Penalty missed Bosvelt
GK Toldo
2000, Belgium/Netherlands 3 Semi-finals June 29, 2000[3]
10.  Portugal 2-2  England 6-5 7-7 Beckham
Rui Costa
Vassell
Penalty scored Ricardo 2004, Portugal 5 Quarter-finals June 24, 2004[4]
11.  Netherlands 0-0  Sweden 5-4 6-6 Ibrahimović
Cocu
Mellberg
Penalty scored Robben 2004, Portugal 5 Quarter-finals June 26, 2004[5]
12.  Turkey 1-1  Croatia 3-1 3-4 Modrić
Rakitić
Petrić
Penalty missed Petrić
GK Rüştü
2008, Austria/Switzerland 5 Quarter-finals June 20, 2008[6]
13.  Spain 0-0  Italy 4-2 5-4 De Rossi
Güiza
Di Natale
Penalty scored Fàbregas 2008, Austria/Switzerland 5 Quarter-finals June 22, 2008[7]
14.  Italy 0-0  England 4-2 5-4 Montolivo
Young
Cole
Penalty scored Diamanti 2012, Poland/Ukraine 5 Quarter-finals June 24, 2012[8]
15.  Spain 0-0  Portugal 4-2 5-4 Alonso
Moutinho
Alves
Penalty scored Fàbregas 2012, Poland/Ukraine 5 Semi-finals June 27, 2012[9]
Key
GK = Goalkeeper
Penalty scored = Goal
Penalty missed = Miss

See also

References

  1. ^ Ionescu, Romeo (2008). The Complete Results & Line-ups of the European Football Championships 1958-2008. Cleethorpes: Soccer Books Limited.  
  2. ^ The outcome of the penalty after which the shoot-out ended. This column lists either the winning goalscorer, the player who missed the last penalty (if this was off target), or the player who took the last penalty and the goalkeeper who saved it
  3. ^ "Italy 0-0 Holland (Italy win 3-1 on penalties)". BBC Sport (BBC). 29 June 2000. Retrieved 29 June 2000. 
  4. ^ "Portugal 2-2 England (Portugal go through 6-5 on penalties)". BBC Sport (BBC). 24 June 2004. Retrieved 24 June 2004. 
  5. ^ "Sweden 0-0 Holland (Holland go through 5-4 on penalties)". BBC Sport (BBC). 26 June 2004. Retrieved 26 June 2004. 
  6. ^ "Croatia 1-1 Turkey (1-3 pens)". BBC Sport (BBC). 20 June 2008. Retrieved 20 June 2008. 
  7. ^ "Spain 0-0 Italy (4-2 pens)". BBC Sport (BBC). 22 June 2008. Retrieved 22 June 2008. 
  8. ^ "England 0 - 0 Italy (Italy win 4-2 on penalties)". BBC Sport (BBC). 24 June 2012. Retrieved 24 June 2012. 
  9. ^ "Portugal 0 - 0 Spain (Spain win 4-2 on penalties)". BBC Sport (BBC). 27 June 2012. Retrieved 27 June 2012. 
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