Euro 1984

Format: 8 teams in two groups of four with the top two teams from each reaching the Semi Finals with winners reaching the Final.

Tuesday 12th June 1984

Group 1: France 1-0 Denmark (Paris)

Wednesday 13th June 1984

Group 1: Belgium 2-0 Yugoslavia (Lens)

Thursday 14th June 1984

Group 2: West Germany 0-0 Portugal (Strasbourg)

Group 2: Romania 1-1 Spain (Saint-Etienne)

Saturday 16th June 1984

Group 1: France 5-0 Belgium (Nantes)

Group 1: Denmark 5-0 Yugoslavia (Lyon)

Sunday 17th June 1984

Group 2: West Germany 2-1 Romania (Lens)

Group 2: Portugal 1-1 Spain (Marseille)

Tuesday 19th June 1984

Group 1: France 3-2 Yugoslavia (Saint-Etienne)

Group 1: Denmark 3-2 Belgium (Strasbourg)

Wednesday 20th June 1984

Group 2: West Germany 0-1 Spain (Paris)

Group 2: Portugal 1-0 Romania (Nantes)

Final Standings: Group 1: 1 France (Q), 2 Denmark (Q), 3 Belgium, 4 Yugoslavia. Group 2: 1 Spain (Q), 2 Portugal (Q), 3 West Germany, 4 Romania.

Saturday 23rd June 1984

Semi Finals: France 3-2 Portugal (Marseille) aet

Sunday 24th June 1984

Semi Finals: Denmark 1-1 Spain (Lyon) 4-5 on pens aet

Wednesday 27th June 1984

Final: France 2-0 Spain (Paris)

France 4-1-2-1-2 Joel Bats – Patrick Battiston (Manuel Amaros 73), Yvon Le Roux, Maxime Bossis, Jean-Francois Domergue – Luis Fernandez – Alain Giresse, Jean Tigana – Michel Platini (C) – Bernard Lacombe (Bernard Genghini 80), Bruno Bellone. Coach: Michel Hidalgo.

Spain 4-1-2-1-2 Luis Arconada (c) – Santiago Urquiaga, Salva (Roberto 85), Ricardo Gallego, Jose Antonio Camacho – Julio Alberto (Manuel Sarabia 75) – Juan Antonio Senor, Victor Munoz – Francisco – Santillana, Francisco Jose Carrasco. Coach: Miguel Munoz.

Goals: 1-0 Platini (France) 57, 2-0 Bellone (France) 90

Sent Off: Le Roux (France) 85

Referee: Vojtech Christov (Czechoslovakia)

Attendance: 47,368

Venue: Parc des Princes (Paris)

Host Country: France

Stadiums Used: Parc des Princes (Paris), Stade de Gerland (Lyon), Stade de la Beaujoire (Nantes), Stade de la Meinau (Strasbourg), Stade Felix-Bollaert (Lens), Stade Geoffoy-Guichard (Saint-Etienne), Stade Velodrome (Marseille)

Top Goalscorer: Michel Platini (France) 9

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