What stadiums were used in Euro 96?

What stadiums were used in Euro 96?


London Manchester Liverpool Birmingham Leeds Sheffield Nottingham Newcastle London
Capacity: 42,730
Leeds Sheffield Nottingham
Elland Road Hillsborough City Ground
Capacity: 40,204 Capacity: 39,859 Capacity: 30,539

Where was Euro 96 semifinal?

The knockout stage began with the quarter-finals on 22 June and ended with the final on 30 June 1996 at Wembley Stadium in London….Qualified teams.

Group Winners Runners-up
B France Spain
C Germany Czech Republic
D Portugal Croatia

Who held the Euros in 1996?


Czech Republic 1–2 (a.e.t.) Germany
Berger 59′ (pen.) Report Bierhoff 73′, 95′

How far did we get in Euro 96?

England’s Euro 96 group England went into the tournament in 24th place in FIFA’s rankings and were drawn in Group A along with Switzerland, Scotland and the Netherlands.

What did Southgate do in 1996?

Southgate played every minute of their matches as hosts England reached the semi-final of UEFA Euro 1996, in which they faced Germany. The match was determined in a penalty shoot-out; Southgate’s penalty was saved, and England were eliminated when Andreas Möller scored the next German penalty.

Who won Euro 1996 final?

Germany national football teamUEFA Euro 1996 / Champion

Who took the penalties in 1996?

All the first five penalty takers for both the teams found the back of the net. Then, England sent Gareth Southgate went to take the penalty. Yes, the same Gareth Southgate who is currently the England coach. He went on to take his shot, but it was saved by Germany goalkeeper Andreas Köpke.

Where is Euro Final 2020?

Wembley StadiumUEFA Euro 2020 Final / Location

Who refused to take a penalty for England?

Roy Keane criticised England’s senior stars for not stepping up to take a penalty in their Euro 2020 final shootout defeat to Italy.