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European Championship - 1976 in Yugoslavia

European Championship - Held in Yugoslavia - 1976 Winners Czechoslovakia

One has to say that this was probably the biggest shock in the history of European football championships.  However, there were clues that a new football talent was emerging when Czechoslovakia beat England.  For the English this was much like the way that Hungary caused a surprise when they beat England in 1953.

Apart from the champions, the other semi-finalists were the form teams, Germany, Holland and Yugoslavia.

Question: One football team is sometimes shown in the records as Montenegro and Serbia, what is that team also known as? 

Top scorer overall: Givens (Ireland) 8 goals
Top scorer final tournament: D.M?ler (West Germany) 4 goals
 

European Football Championship - 1976 Final

Czechoslovakia

2-2

Germany

Penalties Czechoslovakia

5-3

Germany

             Svehl? 8, Dobi? 25                                                                                 D.M?ler 28, H?zenbein 89

Czechoslovakia: Viktor, Pivarn?, Ondrus, Capkovic, G?h, Dobi? (94 Vesely),  M?er, Panenka, Masny, Svehl? (79 Jurkemik), Nehoda
 

3rd Place

Holland

3-2

Yugoslavia

 

Semi Finals

Czechoslovakia 

3-1

Holland

Germany  

4-2

Yugoslavia

Quarter Finals

Wales were a surprise team and played some good football.

Yugoslavia

3-1

Wales

2-0

1-1

Czechoslovakia

4-2

USSR

2-0

2-2

Germany

3-1

Spain

2-0

1-1

Holland

7-1

Belgium

5-0

2-1

Group Stages

Italy failed to qualify in a particularly tough group.

Group 1

 

 

P

W

D

L

GS

GA

PTS

 

Czechoslovakia

6

4

1

1

15

5

9

 

England

6

3

2

1

11

3

8

 

Portugal

6

2

3

1

5

7

7

 

Cyprus

6

0

0

6

0

16

0

 

 

Group 2

 

 

P

W

D

L

GS

GA

PTS

 

Wales

6

5

0

1

14

4

10

 

Hungary

6

3

1

2

15

8

7

 

Austria

6

3

1

2

11

7

7

 

Luxembourg

6

0

0

6

7

28

0

 

 

Group 3

 

 

P

W

D

L

GS

GA

PTS

 

Yugoslavia

6

5

0

1

12

4

10

 

Northern Ireland

6

3

0

3

8

5

6

 

Sweden

6

3

0

3

8

9

6

 

Norway

6

1

0

5

5

15

2

 

 

Group 4

 

 

P

W

D

L

GS

GA

PTS

 

Spain

6

3

3

0

10

6

9

 

Romania

6

1

5

0

11

6

7

 

Scotland

6

2

3

1

8

6

7

 

Denmark

6

0

1

5

3

14

1

 

 

Group 5

 

 

P

W

D

L

GS

GA

PTS

 

Holland

6

4

0

2

14

8

8

 

Poland

6

3

2

1

9

5

8

 

Italy

6

2

3

1

3

3

7

 

Finland

6

0

1

5

3

13

1

 

 

Group 6

 

 

P

W

D

L

GS

GA

PTS

 

USSR

6

4

0

2

10

6

8

 

Republic of Ireland

6

3

1

2

11

5

7

 

Turkey

6

2

2

2

5

10

6

 

Switzerland

6

1

1

4

5

10

3

 

 

Group 7

 

 

P

W

D

L

GS

GA

PTS

 

Belgium

6

3

2

1

6

3

8

 

German (East)

6

2

3

1

8

7

7

 

France

6

1

3

2

7

6

5

 

Iceland

6

1

2

3

3

8

4

 

Group 8

 

 

P

W

D

L

GS

GA

PTS

 

Germany

6

3

3

0

14

4

9

 

Greece

6

2

3

1

12

9

7

 

Bulgaria

6

2

2

2

12

7

6

 

Malta

6

1

0

5

2

20

2

 


 

 

 

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