Euro Vision

Welcome to our guide to the European Championships. Read through the history of each tournament since it began in 1960. You can also browse our venue guides from Ukraine and Poland. • Euro 101

euro venues

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    Gdansk, Poland

    PGE Arena

    Capacity: 40,000

    Built: 2011 | Tenant: KS Lechia Gdańsk

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    Poznan, Poland

    Municipal Stadium

    Capacity: 40,000

    Built: 1980 | Tenant: Lech Poznań, Warta Poznań

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    Warsaw, Poland

    National Stadium

    Capacity: 50,000

    Built: 2012 | Tenant: Poland National Team

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    Wroclaw, Poland

    Municipal Stadium

    Capacity: 40,000

    Built: 2011 | Tenant: WKS Śląsk Wrocław

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    Donetsk, Ukraine

    Donbass Arena

    Capacity: 50,000

    Built: 2009 | Tenant: Shakhtar Donetsk

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    Kharkiv, Ukraine

    Metalist Stadium

    Capacity: 35,000

    Built: 1926 | Tenant: Metalist Kharkiv

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    Kiev, Ukraine

    Olympic Stadium

    Capacity: 60,000

    Built: 1923 | Tenant: Ukraine National Team

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    Lviv, Ukraine

    Arena Lviv

    Capacity: 30,000

    Built: 2011 | Tenant: FC Karpaty Lviv

previous winners

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    2008

    Spain

    Host: Austria/Switzerland

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    2004

    Greece

    Host: Portugal

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    2000

    France

    Host: Belgium/Netherlands

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    1996

    Germany

    Host: England

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    1992

    Denmark

    Host: Sweden

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    1988

    Netherlands

    Host: West Germany

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    1984

    France

    Host: France

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    1980

    West Germany

    Host: Italy

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    1976

    Czechoslovakia

    Host: Yugoslavia

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    1972

    West Germany

    Host: Belgium

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    1968

    Italy

    Host: Italy

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    1964

    Spain

    Host: Spain

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    1960

    U.S.S.R

    Host: France