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UEFA European Championship Teams of the Tournament

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UEFA European Championship Teams of the Tournament

This article lists the Teams of the Tournament in the UEFA European Championship (including the UEFA European Nations' Cup) from 1960 to date.[1]

Contents

  • France 1960 1
  • Spain 1964 2
  • Italy 1968 3
  • Belgium 1972 4
  • Yugoslavia 1976 5
  • Italy 1980 6
  • France 1984 7
  • West Germany 1988 8
  • Sweden 1992 9
  • England 1996 10
  • Belgium and Netherlands 2000 11
  • Portugal 2004 12
  • Austria and Switzerland 2008 13
  • Poland and Ukraine 2012 14
  • References 15

France 1960

Spain 1964

Italy 1968

Belgium 1972

Yugoslavia 1976

Italy 1980

France 1984

West Germany 1988

Sweden 1992

England 1996

(Squad selection – 18 players)

Goalkeepers
Defenders
Midfielders
Forwards

Belgium and Netherlands 2000

(Squad selection – 22 players)

Goalkeepers
Defenders
Midfielders
Forwards

Portugal 2004

(Squad selection – 23 players)

Goalkeepers
Defenders
Midfielders
Forwards

Austria and Switzerland 2008

(Squad selection – 23 players)[2]

Goalkeepers
Defenders
Midfielders
Forwards

Poland and Ukraine 2012

(Squad selection – 23 players)[3]

Goalkeepers
Defenders
Midfielders
Forwards

References

  1. ^ "European Championships - UEFA Teams of Tournament".  
  2. ^ "Spain dominate Team of the Tournament".  
  3. ^ "Ten Spain players in Team of the Tournament".  
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