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  1. 11 de jul. de 2016 · 11 July 2016 Football Portugal won the Euro 2016 final against hosts France for the injured Cristiano Ronaldo, said defender Pepe. Captain Ronaldo left the Stade de France pitch in tears...

  2. El Campeonato Europeo de la UEFA (en inglés, UEFA European Championship), más conocido como Eurocopa o simplemente Euro, [1] es el torneo internacional de selecciones nacionales de fútbol más importante de Europa, organizado por la UEFA cada cuatro años. En su edición inaugural, el torneo recibió el nombre de Copa de Europa de Naciones o simplemente Copa de Europa, para cambiar a la ...

  3. 2016 UEFA European Football Championship TV Series 2016– IMDb RATING 7.3 /10 323 YOUR RATING Rate Sport The championship took place in France, 10 June - 10 July 2016. Stars Cristiano Ronaldo Hugo Lloris Olivier Giroud See production, box office & company info Add to Watchlist 2 User reviews Episodes 51 Top-rated Sat, Jul 2, 2016 S1.E47

  4. 2016: France 2020 (2021): England, Netherlands, Spain, Germany, Romania, Hungary, Denmark, Italy, Azerbaijan, Russia and Scotland This 2020 edition of the marked a historical change with shared hostship. The matches were played in eleven countries at eleven stadiums. Advertisement Teams with most titles and finals

  5. The UEFA European Championship is an association football competition established in 1960. It is contested by the men's national teams of the members of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), the sport's European governing body, and takes place every four years. The winners of the first final were the Soviet Union, who defeated Yugoslavia 2–1 in Paris, after extra time.

  6. 9 de nov. de 2015 · This statistic represents the revenue that should be earned by the UEFA European Football Championship in France in 2016, in millions of euros. In total, UEFA Euro 2016 is expected to bring in ...

  7. 1 de mar. de 2021 · The UEFA European Football Championship has also turned into a mega-sport event. The tournament was first organized by France in 1960, with four competing national teams. In 2016, it was organized by France (for the third time), but this time with 24 national teams participating.