Euro 1980

Format: 8 teams in two groups of four with the winners reaching the Final.

Wednesday 11th June 1980

Group 1: Czechoslovakia 0-1 West Germany (Rome)

Group 1: Netherlands 1-0 Greece (Naples)

Thursday 12th June 1980

Group 2: Belgium 1-1 England (Turin)

Group 2: Spain 0-0 Italy (Milan)

Saturday 14th June 1980

Group 1: West Germany 3-2 Netherlands (Naples)

Group 1: Greece 1-3 Czechoslovakia (Rome)

Sunday 15th June 1980

Group 2: Belgium 2-1 Spain (Milan)

Group 2: England 0-1 Italy (Turin)

Tuesday 17th June 1980

Group 1: Netherlands 1-1 Czechoslovakia (Milan)

Group 1: Greece 0-0 West Germany (Turin)

Wednesday 18th June 1980

Group 2: Spain 1-2 England (Naples)

Group 2: Italy 0-0 Belgium (Rome)

Final Standings: Group 1: 1 West Germany (Q), 2 Czechoslovakia, 3 Netherlands, 4 Greece. Group 2: 1 Belgium (Q), 2 Italy, 3 England, 4 Spain.

Saturday 21st June 1980

Third/Fourth Playoff: Czechoslovakia 1-1 Italy (Naples) 9-8 on pens aet

Sunday 22nd June 1980

Final: West Germany 2-1 Belgium (Rome)

West Germany 1-4-2-1-2 Harald Schumacher – Uli Stielike – Manfred Kaltz, Bernard Dietz (c), Karlheinz Forster, Hans-Peter Briegel (Bernhard Cullmann 55) – Bernd Schuster, Hansi Muller – Karl-Heinz Rummenigge – Horst Hrubesch, Klaus Allofs. Coach: Jupp Derwall.

Belgium 4-4-2 Jean-Marie Pfaff – Eric Gerets, Walter Meeuws, Luc Millecamps, Michel Renquin – Julien Cools (c), Wilfried van Moer, Rene Vandereycken, Raymond Mommens – Francois Van der Elst, Jan Cuelemans. Coach: Guy Thys.

Goals: 1-0 Hrubsech (West Germany) 10, 1-1 Vandereycken (Belgium) 75 (pen), 2-1 Hrubesch (West Germany) 88

Referee: Nicolae Rainea (Romania)

Attendance: 47,860

Venue: Stadio Olimpico (Rome)

Host Country: Italy

Stadiums Used: San Siro (Milan), Stadio Comunale (Turin), Stadio Olimpico (Rome), Stadio San Paolo (Naples)

Top Goalscorer: Klaus Allofs (West Germany) 3

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