UEFA EURO 2020 FINAL: WINNER |  UEFA Euro 2020

UEFA Euro 2020 is history. Italy won the title for the second time. All information about the new champion can be found here.


Games in Group A
06/11: Turkey 0-3 Italy (Rome)
16.06: Italy 3-0 Switzerland (Rome)
20/06: Italy 1-0 Wales (Rome)

16. round of
Italy – Austria 2:1 NV (London)

quarter finals
July 2: Belgium 1-2 Italy (Munich)

semi final
06.07: Italy – Spain 1:1 NV, 4:2 IE (London)

top goal scorer
Federico Chiesa, Ciro Immobile, Lorenzo Insigne, Manuel Locatelli, Matteo Pessina (2 Bulls)

Balance in qualifying group J: 10s, 37:4 tore
Top scorers in qualifying: Andrea Belotti (5)
Best results in UEFA Euro: European Champion (1968, 2020)
UEFA Euro 2016: Quarterfinals, defeat to Germany on penalties

In profile: Italy

Trainer: Roberto Mancini
Regarded as one of the best players of his generation, even though he could not win a title with Azzurri. Mancini took his place as national coach after collecting trophies at club level in Italy, England and Turkey.

Key Player: Jorginho
In the Italian camp he is called Radio Jorginho because he talks to and directs his teammates all the time during the game. You should look for another player if you expect great moves or goals, but Jorginho is the brainchild of Azuri and is the essential conductor of this orchestra.

Groits’ Talent: Nicoli Barella
The midfielder is important in Mancini’s system. Born in Sardinia, the 24-year-old plays a key role at Inter in Serie A and really brings everything with him – tackles, technique, energy and dangerous, well-timed runs in the opposing penalty area.

did you know?
Italy put in a flawless qualifying and celebrated a 9–1 win against Armenia in Palermo. It was the eleventh consecutive victory and thus an association record. For the first time it was also possible to celebrate ten victories in a calendar year.

finished after the group stage

Finland, Hungary, North Macedonia, Poland, Russia, Scotland, Slovakia, Turkey

finished in the last sixteen

Austria, Wales, Netherlands, Portugal, Croatia, France, Germany, Sweden

knocked out in the quarter finals

switzerland, belgium, czech republic, ukraine

out in the semifinals

Spain, Denmark

lost in the final


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