Euro 2012

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.

Friday 8th June 2012

Group A: Poland 1-1 Greece (Warsaw)

Group A: Russia 4-1 Czech Republic (Wroclaw)

Saturday 9th June 2012

Group B: Netherlands 0-1 Denmark (Kharkiv)

Group B: Germany 1-0 Portugal (Lviv)

Sunday 10th June 2012

Group C: Spain 1-1 Italy (Gdansk)

Group C: Republic of Ireland 1-3 Croatia (Poznan)

Monday 11th June 2012

Group D: France 1-1 England (Donetsk)

Group D: Ukraine 2-1 Sweden (Kiev)

Tuesday 12th June 2012

Group A: Greece 1-2 Czech Republic (Wroclaw)

Group A: Poland 1-1 Russia (Warsaw)

Wednesday 13th June 2012

Group B: Denmark 2-3 Portugal (Lviv)

Group B: Netherlands 1-2 Germany (Kharkiv)

Thursday 14th June 2012

Group C: Italy 1-1 Croatia (Poznan)

Group C: Spain 4-0 Republic of Ireland (Gdansk)

Friday 15th June 2012

Group D: Ukraine 0-2 France (Donetsk)

Group D: Sweden 2-3 England (Kiev)

Saturday 16th June 2012

Group A: Czech Republic 1-0 Poland (Wroclaw)

Group A: Greece 1-0 Russia (Warsaw)

Sunday 17th June 2012

Group B: Portugal 2-1 Netherlands (Kharkiv)

Group B: Denmark 1-2 Germany (Lviv)

Monday 18th June 2012

Group C: Croatia 0-1 Spain (Gdansk)

Group C: Italy 2-0 Republic of Ireland (Poznan)

Tuesday 19th June 2012

Group D: England 1-0 Ukraine (Donetsk)

Group D: Sweden 2-0 France (Kiev)

Final Standings: Group A: 1 Czech Republic (Q), 2 Greece (Q), 3 Russia, 4 Poland. Group B: 1 Germany (Q), 2 Portugal (Q), 3 Denmark, 4 Netherlands. Group C: 1 Spain (Q), 2 Italy (Q), 3 Croatia, 4 Republic of Ireland. Group D: 1 England (Q), 2 France (Q), 3 Ukraine, 4 Sweden.

Thursday 21st June 2012

Quarter Finals: Czech Republic 0-1 Portugal (Warsaw)

Friday 22nd June 2012

Quarter Finals: Germany 4-2 Greece (Gdansk)

Saturday 23rd June 2012

Quarter Finals: Spain 2-0 France (Donetsk)

Sunday 24th June 2012

Quarter Finals: England 0-0 Italy (Kiev) 2-4 on pens aet

Wednesday 27th June 2012

Semi Finals: Portugal 0-0 Spain (Donetsk) 2-4 on pens aet

Thursday 28th June 2012

Semi Finals: Germany 1-2 Italy (Warsaw)

Sunday 1st July 2012

Final: Spain 4-0 Italy (Kiev)

Spain 4-1-2-3 Iker Casillas (c) – Alvaro Arbeloa, Gerard Pique, Sergio Ramos, Jordi Alba – Sergio Busquets – Xabi Alonso, Xavi – Andres Iniesta (Juan Mata 87), Cesc Fabregas (Fernando Torres 75), David Silva (Pedro 59). Coach: Vicente del Bosque.

Italy 4-1-3-2 Gianluigi Buffon (c) – Ignazio Abate, Andrea Barzagli, Leonardo Bonucci, Giorgio Chiellini (Federico Balzaretti 21) – Andrea Pirlo – Claudio Marchisio, Riccardo Montolivo (Thiago Motta 57), Daniele De Rossi – Mario Balotelli, Antonio Cassano (Antonio Di Natale 46). Coach: Cesare Prandelli.

Goals: 1-0 Silva (Spain) 14, 2-0 Alba (Spain) 41, 3-0 Torres (Spain) 84, 4-0 Mata (Spain) 88

Referee: Pedro Proenca (Portugal)

Attendance: 63,170

Venue: Olympic Stadium (Kiev)

Host Countries: Poland & Ukraine

Stadiums Used: Arena Lviv (Lviv), Donbass Arena (Donetsk), Metalist Stadium (Kharkiv), National Stadium (Warsaw), Olympic Stadium (Kiev), PGE Arena (Gdansk), Stadion Miejski (Poznan), Stadion Miejski (Wroclaw)

Top Goalscorers: Mario Balotelli (Italy), Alan Dzagoev (Russia), Mario Gomez (Germany), Mario Mandzukic (Croatia), Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal), Fernando Torres (Spain) 3

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