Euro 1992

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

Wednesday 10th June 1992

Group 1: Sweden 1-1 France (Solna)

Thursday 11th June 1992

Group 1: Denmark 0-0 England (Malmo)

Friday 12th June 1992

Group 2: Netherlands 1-0 Scotland (Gothenburg)

Group 2: CIS 1-1 Germany (Norrkoping)

Sunday 14th June 1992

Group 1: France 0-0 England (Malmo)

Group 1: Sweden 1-0 Denmark (Solna)

Monday 15th June 1992

Group 2: Scotland 0-2 Germany (Norrkoping)

Group 2: Netherlands 0-0 CIS (Gothenburg)

Wednesday 17th June 1992

Group 1: Sweden 2-1 England (Solna)

Group 1: France 1-2 Denmark (Malmo)

Thursday 18th June 1992

Group 2: Netherlands 3-1 Germany (Gothenburg)

Group 2: Scotland 3-0 CIS (Norrkoping)

Final Standings: Group 1: 1 Sweden (Q), 2 Denmark (Q), 3 France, 4 England. Group 2: 1 Netherlands (Q), 2 Germany (Q), 3 Scotland, 4 CIS.

Sunday 21st June 1992

Semi Finals: Sweden 2-3 Germany (Solna)

Monday 22nd June 1992

Semi Finals: Denmark 2-2 Netherlands (Gothenberg) 5-4 on pens aet

Friday 26th June 1992

Final: Denmark 2-0 Germany (Gothenburg)

Denmark 5-3-1-1 Peter Schmeichel – John Sivabaek (Claus Christiansen 66), Lars Olsen (C), Torben Piechnik, Kent Nielsen, Kim Christophe – John Jensen, Henrik Larsen, Kim Vilfort – Brian Laudrup – Flemming Povlsen. Coach: Richard Moller Nielsen.

Germany 5-3-2 Bodo Ilgner – Stefan Reuter, Jurgen Kohler, Guido Buchwald, Thomas Helmer, Andreas Brehme (C) – Matthias Sammer (Thomas Doll 46), Thomas Hassler, Stefan Effenberg (Andreas Thom 80) – Karl-Heinz Riedle, Jurgen Klinsmann. Coach: Berti Vogts.

Goals: 1-0 Jensen (Denmark) 18, 2-0 Vilfort (Denmark) 78

Referee: Bruno Galler (Switzerland)

Attendance: 37,800

Venue: Ullevi Stadium (Gothenburg)

Host Country: Sweden

Stadiums Used: Idrottsparken (Norrkoping), Malmo Stadion (Malmo), Rasunda Stadium (Solna), Ullevi Stadium (Gothenburg)

Top Goalscorers: Dennis Bergkamp (Netherlands), Tomas Brolin (Sweden), Henrik Larsen (Denmark), Karl-Heinz Riedle 3

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