Unprecedented records at EURO: Ronaldo deserves the title of legend

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Which team has won the most championships:  Germany – 3 times (1972, 1980, 1996), Spain – 3 times (1964, 2008, 2012).

Which team has reached the most finals:  Germany (6 times – 1972, 1976, 1980, 1992, 1996, 2008).

Which team has reached the semi-finals the most:  Germany (10 times – 1972, 1976, 1980, 1988, 1992, 1996, 2008, 2012, 2016).

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The German team is facing a chance to win its fourth championship at EURO – Photo: Internet

Which team has reached the EURO finals the most times:  Germany (13 times).

Which team has won the most runner-up positions:  Germany (3 times – 1976, 1992, 2008), Soviet team (3 times – 1964, 1972, 1988)

Home team with best record at EURO finals:  Spain (champion in 1964), Italy (winner in 1968) and France (winner in 1984)

Worst home team in EURO history: Belgium (2000), Austria (2008), Switzerland (2008), Poland and Ukraine (2012)

Which team has successfully defended the EURO championship:  Spain (2008 – 2012).

Which team had the best performance in their first EURO finals:  Soviet Union (champion in 1960), Spain (champion in 1964), Italy (champion in 1968), West Germany (champion in 1972 )

The team with the most matches in EURO finals:  Germany – 53 matches.

The team with the most wins in EURO finals:  Germany – 27 matches.

The team with the most losses in EURO finals:  Denmark -17 matches.

The team with the most draws in EURO finals:  Italy – 18 matches.

The team that scored the most goals in the EURO finals:  Germany – 78 goals.

The team that conceded the most goals in the EURO finals:  Germany – 55 goals.

Team with the highest average number of goals per match across EURO finals:  Netherlands with 1.67 goals (65 goals in 39 matches)

The team with the lowest average number of goals per match across EURO finals with 0.33:  Albania, Austria, Latvia, Norway and Ukraine

The team with the highest average number of goals conceded per match across EURO finals:  Former Yugoslavia – 2.79 goals/match.

There are 2 teams that have met each other in the EURO final:  Czech vs Germany (1976 and 1996)

1 team that was undefeated in 5 finals:  Spain (1964, 1996, 2008, 2012 and 2020).

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Ronaldo deserves to be considered a legend at EURO – Photo: Internet

Player who played in 3 consecutive EURO finals:  Rainer Bonhof (West Germany – 1972, 1976, 1980)

Player with the most number of times on the EURO finals list: Iker Casillas – 5 times (2000 – did not compete, 2004-2012 and 2016 – did not compete); Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal, 2004-2020)

Player with the most EURO finals appearances (with competition): Ronaldo (Portugal – 5 times, 2004-2020)

Number of players who have won the EURO championship the most times:  There are 13 people who have won the championship twice from West Germany (Rainer Bonhof – 1972, 1980) and Spain (Xabi Alonso, Iker Casillas, Cesc Fabregas, Andres Iniesta, Sergio Ramos, David Silva, Fernando Torres, Xavi, Raul Albiol, Álvaro Arbeloa, Santi Cazorla, Pepe Reina – 2008, 2012)

Ronaldo is currently the player with the most minutes played at EURO finals (2,153 minutes)

Ronaldo is the player with the most wins at EURO finals (12 times)

Van der Sar is currently the goalkeeper with the most minutes played at EURO finals

Player who won the most medals at EURO finals:  Rainer Bonhof – 3 times with 2 gold medals in 1972, 1980 and 1 silver medal in 1976.

Players who have participated in the finals the most (twice):   Valentin Ivanov, Viktor Ponedelnik, Lev Yashin (Soviet, 1960 & 1964); Franz Beckenbauer, Uli Hoeness, Sepp Maier, Georg Schwarzenbeck, Herbert Wimmer (West Germany, 1972 & 1976); Bernard Dietz (West Germany, 1976 & 1980); Thomas Hässler, Thomas Helmer, Jürgen Klinsmann, Matthias Sammer (Germany, 1992 & 1996); Xabi Alonso, Iker Casillas, Cesc Fàbregas, Andrés Iniesta, Sergio Ramos, David Silva, Fernando Torres, Xavi (Spain, 2008 & 2012); Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal, 2004 & 2016)

Player with the most appearances at WRU (3 times):  Paolo Maldini (Italy), Blanc (France), Ronaldo and Pepe (Portugal)

Player with most appearances as captain (16 matches):  Ronaldo (Portugal, 2004-2020)

Youngest player to participate in EURO finals:  Kacper Kozłowski (Poland, at 17 years and 246 days)

Youngest player to ever play in a final:  Renato Sanches vs (Portugal) at 18 years and 327 days vs France.

Youngest player to score in a EURO final:  Pietro Anastasi (Italy) at the age of 20 years and 64 days, in the confrontation with former Yugoslavia in 1968.

Youngest player to ever score in a EURO final:  Pietro Anastasi (Italy) at the age of 20 years and 64 days, in the confrontation with the former Yugoslavia in 1968.

Oldest player to ever participate in the EURO finals:  Lothar Matthaeus (Germany) at the age of 39 years and 91 days.

Oldest player to ever win EURO:  Ricardo Carvalho (Portugal) at 38 years and 53 days.

Oldest player to ever play in EURO final: Jens Lehmann (Germany) 38 years and 232 days

Player with the most goals at EURO finals: Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) – 14 goals.

Player with the most goals in EURO qualifiers: Ronaldo (Portugal) with 41 goals.

Player who scored the most goals in a EURO qualifier (14 goals): Romelu Lukaku (Belgium, EURO 2024 qualifier)

Player with the most goals in qualifying and EURO finals:  Ronaldo (Portugal) with 55 goals.

Fastest player to score a hat-trick:  18 minutes – Michel Platini (match between France and former Yugoslavia in 1984).

Oldest player to ever score a hat-trick in the final:  Michel Platini (28 years and 103 days) in the match between France and former Yugoslavia in 1984.

Oldest player to ever score in a final:  Bonucci (Italy vs England, EURO 2020)

Youngest player to ever score a hat-trick:  Dieter Mueller (22 years and 77 days) in Germany’s match against former Yugoslavia in 1976.

Youngest player to ever score in the knockout round:  Renato Sanches – 18 years and 317 days, Portugal vs Poland match in 2016

Player who scored the most goals from the penalty spot:  Ronaldo (Portugal, 3 times)

Fastest scorer at a EURO finals:  68 seconds – Dmitri Kirichenko in the match between Russia and Greece in 2004.

Fastest player to score after coming on as a substitute:  1 minute – Alessandro Altobelli (Italy vs Denmark in 1988), Juan Carlos Valeron (Spain vs Russia in 2004), Ondrej Duda (Slovakia vs Wales, 2016) and Ferran Torres (Spain vs Slovakia, 2020)

Fastest scorer in a final:  2 minutes – Luke Shaw (England vs Italy, 2020).

Latest goal scored in the final:  109 minutes when Eder scored to help Portugal win against France.

3 finals with the lowest total goals:  Greece 1-0 Portugal (2004), Spain 1-0 Germany (2008) and Portugal 1-0 France (2016)

EURO finals have the highest number of goals:  142 goals in 2020

EURO finals have the most scorers:  80 in 2020

Goalkeepers with the most clean sheets:  9 times – Van der Sar (Netherlands, 1996-2008) and Iker Casillas (Spain, 2004-2012).

Longest number of consecutive minutes without conceding a goal in the finals:  519 minutes – Iker Casillas (Spain at EURO 2012)

Coach with the most positions in the tournament:  21 matches – Joachim Loew (Germany, 2008 – 2020)

Coach with the most wins:  12 matches – Joachim Loew (Germany national team, 2008-2020).

Coach with the most participation in EURO finals:  4 times – Lars Lagersback (Sweden, 2000-2008) and Iceland (2016); Low (German national team, 2008-2020)

Coach who has led the most national teams to attend EURO finals:  2 teams – Guus Hiddink (Netherlands, 1996 and Russia, 2008); Giovanni Trapattoni (Italy, 2004 and Republic of Ireland, 2012); Dick Advocaat (Netherlands, 2004 and Russia, 2012), Lars Lagerbäck (Sweden, 2000–2008; Iceland, 2016); Fernando Santos (Greece, 2012; Portugal, 2016)

Youngest coach ever to attend EURO finals:  36 years and 333 days – Srecko Katanec (Slovenia).

Oldest coach ever to attend EURO finals : 73 years and 93 days – Giovanni Trapattoni (Italy).

The person who has won the EURO championship the most as both a player and a coach:  Berti Vogts (German national team – player in 1972 and coach in 1996).

1 person who appeared in the final as a player and coach:  Deschamps (France – player in 2000 and coach in 2016, 2020)

Player to receive red card earliest:  24 minutes – Eric Abidal (France) in 2008.

Latest player to receive a red card:  117 minutes – Nuno Gomes (Portugal) in 2000.

EURO finals have the most red cards:  10 in 2000.

Taulant Xhaka (Albania) and Granit Xhaka (Switzerland) became the first siblings in EURO history to play against each other, on 11 June 2016.

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