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  • Description: Euro 12 promo finale Spagna-Italia
    Song: Cold Play-Paradise

    The 2012 UEFA European Football Championship, commonly referred to as Euro 2012, is the 14th European Championship for national football teams organised by UEFA. The final tournament is being hosted by Poland and Ukraine between 8 June and 1 July 2012. It is the first time that either nation has hosted the tournament. This bid was chosen by UEFA's Executive Committee in 2007.[1]

    The final tournament features 16 nations, the last European Championship to do so (from Euro 2016 onward, there will be 24 finalists). Qualification was contested by 51 nations between August 2010 and November 2011 to join the two host nations in the tournament. The winner of the tournament gains automatic entry to the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup hosted by Brazil.[2]

    The tournament is played across eight venues, four in each host country, five of which were newly built for the tournament. Aside from venues, the host nations have also invested heavily in improving infrastructure, such as railways and roads, at UEFA's request.

    Euro 2012 was the second consecutive European Championship (after UEFA Euro 2008 held in Austria and Switzerland) to see none of the hosts emerge from the group stage after co-hosts Poland and Ukraine failed to qualify for the quarter-finals.

    Knockout stage
    Main article: UEFA Euro 2012 knockout stage
    Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final

    21 June -- Warsaw
    Czech Republic 0
    27 June -- Donetsk
    Portugal 1
    Portugal 0 (2)
    23 June -- Donetsk
    Spain (p) 0 (4)
    Spain 2
    1 July -- Kiev
    France 0
    22 June -- Gdańsk
    Germany 4
    28 June -- Warsaw
    Greece 2
    Germany 1
    24 June -- Kiev
    Italy 2
    England 0 (2)

    Italy (p) 0 (4)

    21 June 2012
    20:45 UTC+2
    Czech Republic 0--1 Portugal National Stadium, Warsaw
    Attendance: 55,590[61]
    Referee: Howard Webb (England)
    Report Ronaldo Goal 79'
    22 June 2012
    20:45 UTC+2
    Germany 4--2 Greece PGE Arena, Gdańsk
    Attendance: 38,751[62]
    Referee: Damir Skomina (Slovenia)
    Lahm Goal 39'
    Khedira Goal 61'
    Klose Goal 68'
    Reus Goal 74' Report Samaras Goal 55'
    Salpingidis Goal 89' (pen.)
    23 June 2012
    21:45 UTC+3
    Spain 2--0 France Donbass Arena, Donetsk
    Attendance: 47,000[63]
    Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (Italy)
    Alonso Goal 19', 90+1' (pen.) Report
    24 June 2012
    21:45 UTC+3
    England 0--0 (a.e.t.) Italy Olympic Stadium, Kiev
    Attendance: 64,340[64]
    Referee: Pedro Proença (Portugal)
    Gerrard Scored
    Rooney Scored
    Young Missed (hit the crossbar)
    Cole Missed (saved) 2--4 Scored Balotelli
    Missed (wide) Montolivo
    Scored Pirlo
    Scored Nocerino
    Scored Diamanti
    27 June 2012
    21:45 UTC+3
    Portugal 0--0 (a.e.t.) Spain Donbass Arena, Donetsk
    Attendance: 48,000[65]
    Referee: Cüneyt Çakır (Turkey)
    Moutinho Missed
    Pepe Scored
    Nani Scored
    Alves Missed 2--4 Missed Alonso
    Scored Iniesta
    Scored Piqué
    Scored Ramos
    Scored Fàbregas
    28 June 2012
    20:45 UTC+2
    Germany 1--2 Italy National Stadium, Warsaw
    Attendance: 55,540[66]
    Referee: Stéphane Lannoy (France)
    Özil Goal 90+2' (pen.) Report Balotelli Goal 20', 36'
    Main article: UEFA Euro 2012 Final
    1 July 2012
    21:45 UTC+3
    Spain Match 31 Italy Olympic Stadium, Kiev
    Referee: Pedro Proença (Portugal)

    Main article: UEFA Euro 2012 statistics

    Players in bold are still active in the competition.

    3 goals

    Croatia Mario Mandžukić
    Germany Mario Gómez

    Italy Mario Balotelli
    Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo

    Russia Alan Dzagoev

    2 goals

    Czech Republic Petr Jiráček
    Czech Republic Václav Pilař
    Denmark Nicklas Bendtner
    Denmark Michael Krohn-Dehli

    Greece Dimitris Salpingidis
    Spain Xabi Alonso
    Spain Cesc Fàbregas

    Spain Fernando Torres
    Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović
    Ukraine Andriy Shevchenko

    1 goal

    Croatia Nikica Jelavić
    England Andy Carroll
    England Joleon Lescott
    England Wayne Rooney
    England Theo Walcott
    England Danny Welbeck
    France Yohan Cabaye
    France Jérémy Ménez
    France Samir Nasri
    Germany Lars Bender
    Germany Sami Khedira
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