Format: 4 teams in the Semi Finals with winners reaching the Final.
Wednesday 16th June 1976
Semi Finals: Czechoslovakia 3-1 Netherlands (Zagreb) aet
Thursday 17th June 1976
Semi Finals: Yugoslavia 2-4 West Germany (Belgrade) aet
Saturday 19th June 1976
Third/Fourth Playoff: Netherlands 3-2 Yugoslavia (Zagreb) aet
Sunday 20th June 1976
Final: Czechoslovakia 2-2 West Germany (Belgrade) 5-3 on pens aet
Czechoslovakia 1-3-3-3 Ivo Viktor – Anton Ondrus (c) – Jan Pivarnik, Kolomon Gogh, Jozef Capkovic – Karol Dobias (Frantisek Vesely 94), Jozef Moder, Antonin Panenka – Marian Masny, Zdenek Nehoda, Jan Svehlik (Ladislav Jurkemik 79). Coach: Vaclav Jezek.
West Germany 1-3-3-3 Sepp Maier – Franz Beckenbauer (c) – Berti Vogts, Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck, Bernard Dietz – Rainer Bonhof, Herbert Wimmer (Heinz Flohe 46), Erich Beer (Hans Bongartz 80) – Uli Hoeness, Dieter Muller, Bernd Holzenbein. Coach: Helmut Schon.
Goals: 1-0 Svehlik (Czechoslovakia) 8, 2-0 Dobias (Czechoslovakia) 25, 2-1 Muller (West Germany) 28, 2-2 Holzenbein (West Germany) 89
Referee: Sergio Gonella (Italy)
Venue: Red Star Stadium (Belgrade)
Host Country: Yugoslavia
Stadiums Used: Maksimir Stadium (Zagreb), Red Star Stadium (Belgrade)
Top Goalscorer: Dieter Muller (West Germany) 4