Euro 2000

Format: 16 teams in four groups of four with the top two teams from each reaching the Quarter Finals before the Semi Finals and Final.

Saturday 10th June 2000

Group B: Belgium 2-1 Sweden (Brussels)

Sunday 11th June 2000

Group B: Turkey 1-2 Italy (Arnhem)

Group D: France 3-0 Denmark (Bruges)

Group D: Netherlands 1-0 Czech Republic (Amsterdam)

Monday 12th June 2000

Group A: Germany 1-1 Romania (Liege)

Group A: Portugal 3-2 England (Eindhoven)

Tuesday 13th June 2000

Group C: Spain 0-1 Norway (Rotterdam)

Group C: Yugoslavia 3-3 Slovenia (Charleroi)

Wednesday 14th June 2000

Group B: Belgium 0-2 Italy (Brussels)

Thursday 15th June 2000

Group B: Sweden 0-0 Turkey (Eindhoven)

Friday 16th June 2000

Group D: Czech Republic 1-2 France (Eindhoven)

Group D: Netherlands 3-0 Denmark (Rotterdam)

Saturday 17th June 2000

Group A: Romania 0-1 Portugal (Arnhem)

Group A: England 1-0 Germany (Charleroi)

Sunday 18th June 2000

Group C: Slovenia 1-2 Spain (Amsterdam)

Group C: Norway 0-1 Yugoslavia (Liege)

Monday 19th June 2000

Group B: Belgium 0-2 Turkey (Brussels)

Group B: Italy 2-1 Sweden (Eindhoven)

Tuesday 20th June 2000

Group A: England 2-3 Romania (Charleroi)

Group A: Portugal 3-0 Germany (Rotterdam)

Wednesday 21st June 2000

Group C: Yugoslavia 3-4 Spain (Bruges)

Group C: Slovenia 0-0 Norway (Arnhem)

Group D: Denmark 0-2 Czech Republic (Liege)

Group D: France 2-3 Netherlands (Amsterdam)

Final Standings: Group A: 1 Portugal (Q), 2 Romania (Q), 3 England, 4 Germany. Group B: 1 Italy (Q), 2 Turkey (Q), 3 Belgium, 4 Sweden. Group C: 1 Spain (Q), 2 Yugoslavia (Q), 3 Norway, 4 Slovenia. Group D: 1 Netherlands (Q), 2 France (Q), 3 Czech Republic, 4 Denmark.

Saturday 24th June 2000

Quarter Finals: Turkey 0-2 Portugal (Amsterdam)

Quarter Finals: Italy 2-0 Romania (Brussels)

Sunday 25th June 2000

Quarter Finals: Netherlands 6-1 Yugoslavia (Rotterdam)

Quarter Finals: Spain 1-2 France (Bruges)

Wednesday 28th June 2000

Semi Finals: France 2-1 Portugal (Brussels) sudden death aet

Thursday 29th June 2000

Semi Finals: Italy 0-0 Netherlands (Amsterdam) 3-1 on pens aet

Sunday 2nd July 2000

Final: France 2-1 Italy (Rotterdam) sudden death aet

France 4-2-3-1 Fabien Barthez – Lilian Thuram, Marcel Desailly, Laurent Blanc, Bixente Lizarazu (Robert Pires 86) – Patrick Vieira, Didier Deschamps (c) – Youri Djorkaeff (David Trezeguet 76), Zinedine Zidane, Thierry Henry – Christophe Dugarry (Sylvain Wiltord 58). Coach: Roger Lemerre.

Italy 5-3-1-1 Francesco Toldo – Gianluca Pessotto, Fabio Cannavaro, Alessandro Nesta, Mark Iuliano, Paolo Maldini (c) – Demetrio Albertini, Stefano Fiore (Alessandro Del Piero 53), Luigi Di Biaggio (Massimo Ambrosini 66) – Francesco Totti – Marco Delvecchio (Vincenzo Montella 86). Coach: Dino Zoff.

Goals: 0-1 Delvecchio (Italy) 55, 1-1 Wiltord (France) 90, 2-1 Trezeguet (France) 103

Referee: Anders Frisk (Sweden)

Attendance: 48,200

Venue: Feyenoord Stadion (Rotterdam)

Host Countries: Netherlands & Belgium

Stadiums Used: Amsterdam Arena (Amsterdam), Feyenoord Stadion (Rotterdam), GelreDome (Arnhem), Heysel Stadium (Brussels), Jan Breydel Stadium (Bruges), Philips Stadion (Eindhoven), Stade du Pays de Charleroi (Charleroi), Stade Maurice Dufrasne (Liege)

Top Goalscorers: Patrick Kluivert (Netherlands), Savo Milosevic (Yugoslavia) 5

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