European Soccer Championship

European Soccer Championship

The European Football Championship is a football contest enjoy its world cup held by its Union of European Soccer Associations. The football championship is staggered to happen between the World Cup on the years between the World Cup tournaments, and has been going since 1960. The name was changed in 1968 into its European Soccer Championship in North America representing the various terms and the European Football Championship in Europe. The European Football Championship is available to all Union of European Soccer Association members that caters for the nations in Europe as the name suggests. Each country puts forward a squad to the European Soccer Championship as they’d from the World Cup chosen from the players across all even teams and their teams.

Like its World Cup, its European Soccer Championship has a stage where an opportunity must be earned by the teams. This entails a series of games before the events that are televised. From here the winners will go through. These are split into four groups of equal size and after that drawn up against each other using seeding to play each other. These winners go through to its European Soccer Championship quarter last where there’ll be a knockout format. Obviously this is then followed by a semi last with its winners playing each other in its finals. Unlike its FIFA World Cup, its European Soccer Championship includes no play off for 3rd place. The winners of its European Soccer Championship then get its Henri Delaunay Trophy, named after Henri Delauney who initially came up with the winners of the European Soccer Championship. The latest winners were Germany at 2008, Greece at 2004, France at 2000, Germany at 1996 and Denmark at 1992. Placed between its World Cup, its European Soccer Championship offers another big championship for football fans in Europe at which the sport is incredibly popular.

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