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  1. The 1996 UEFA European Football Championship, commonly referred to as Euro 96, was the 10th UEFA European Championship, a quadrennial football tournament contested by European nations and organised by UEFA. It took place in England from 8 to 30 June 1996.

    • 8–30 June
    • 16
    • England
    • Germany (3rd title)
  2. Il campionato europeo di calcio 1996 (in inglese 1996 UEFA European Football Championship) o UEFA EURO '96, noto anche come Inghilterra '96, fu la decima edizione dell'omonimo torneo, organizzato ogni quattro anni dall'UEFA.

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    • UEFA
    • Background
    • Route to The Final
    • Match
    • Post-Match
    • See Also
    • References

    UEFA Euro 1996 was the tenth edition of the UEFA European Football Championship, UEFA's football competition for national teams. Qualifying rounds were played on a home-and-away round-robin tournament basis prior to the final tournament taking place in England, between 8 and 30 June 1996.The sixteen qualified teams were divided into four groups of ...

    Czech Republic

    The Czech Republic were assigned to UEFA Euro 1996 Group C where their opponents were Germany, Italy and Russia. The high quality of the teams in the group led The Guardian in 2007 to call it the "'deadliest' group of death" at a European Championship or World Cup. The first group match saw the Czech Republic face Germany at Old Trafford in Manchester on 9 June 1996. Germany took the lead in the 26th minute through Christian Ziege who ran with the ball along the left wing before cutting insid...


    Also in Group C, Germany's first group match ended in a 2–0 victory against the Czech Republic at Old Trafford. In their second game, Germany faced Russia, once again at Old Trafford, on 16 June 1996. The day before, a bomb was detonated in Manchester city centre by the Irish Republican Army which initially placed the match in doubt. However, the ground was guarded overnight, security searches were made for suspicious objects and the game went ahead. In the first half, Ilya Tsymbalar's shot s...


    Möller and Reuter were unavailable for Germany through suspension, replaced by Strunz and Thomas Häßler. Klinsmann, Eilts, Helmer and Ziege were not fully fit but selected nonetheless, and four other Germany players were out with long-term injuries. Oliver Kahn and Oliver Reck, both substitute goalkeepers, were given outfield player shirts. As a result of the depletion, both managers were given dispensation by UEFA to call up two additional players: Vogts added Jens Todt to his squad while Uh...


    The final took place at Wembley Stadium on 30 June 1996 in front of 73,611 spectators, and was refereed by Pierluigi Pairetto. Germany controlled the early stages of the match but the first opportunity to score fell to the Czech Republic when Kuka took the ball past Markus Babbel on the left wing before crossing it to Poborský who volleyed it over the Germany crossbar. Berger also missed a chance and in the 34th minute Germany almost took the lead when a volley from Kuntz beat Kouba but was c...

    The Czech Republic's Poborský was awarded the inaugural Euro man of the match award.Germany's Köpke, Sammer and Eilts, along with the Czech Republic's Poborský were named in the UEFA team of the tournament. Bierhoff later recalled, "When you're so close to the goal at such a decisive stage of the match, you just give everything you’ve got to finish...


    1. Kier, Richard (2018). The European Championship – A Complete History (Part 3: 1996–2004). Cardiff: Rowanvale Books Ltd. ISBN 979-8-5936-3646-1. 2. O'Brien, Jonathan (2021). Euro Summits: The Story of the UEFA European Championship. Worthing: Pitch Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78531-849-8.

  3. Official in-depth guide to UEFA EURO 1996, including results, stats and video highlights.

  4. 1 gen 2023 · Article body. Who won EURO '96? Germany came from behind in the EURO '96 final to defeat the Czech Republic 2-1 and win their first EURO following reunification at Wembley on 30 June.

  5. Il campionato europeo di calcio 1996 ( in inglese 1996 UEFA European Football Championship) o UEFA EURO '96, noto anche come Inghilterra '96, fu la decima edizione dell' omonimo torneo, organizzato ogni quattro anni dall' UEFA.

  6. 2 giorni fa · Official in-depth guide to matches in the UEFA EURO 1996, including results, stats and video highlights.