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EURO 1976 Schedule of the European Football Championship in Yugoslavia

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Euro 1976 Spielplan und Infos

European Football Championship 1976: The final tournament of the 5th European Football Championship took place from 16th to 20th of June 1976 in Yugoslavia. In contrast to the following Tournaments and even todays, the host of the final round has been choosen out of the final four teams. The 32 registered teams played a qualification tournament before, that took place within 2 years in 8 groups. After that a following quarter-final round was held as part of the qualyfing, where each team had to play two matches. After the quarterfinals, the final tournament started. This was focused on the four final-round participants Yugoslavia, West-Germany (BRD), Netherlands and Czechoslovakia.

European Champions 1976:

Czechoslovakia (1st title)

Top scorer(s):

Dieter Müller (4 goals)

Goals scored:

19 Tore (∅: 4,75 per match)

Nice 2 Know:

The Euro 1976 was the last tournament playing in the described format and even the last, where the host country had to qualify for the final tournament. The Czechian football player Antonin Panenka became famous for his innovating the penalty against West Germany. This on is known as the first chip shot, a shot that goes very high, but a relatively short distance over the keeper. Even the fastest goal in this tournament has been scored in the final after eight minutes by the Czechian player Ján Švehlík.

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European Champions 1976:
Belgrade - Crvena Zvezda Stadium

Third place play-off

Zagreb - Maksimir Stadium


Zagreb - Maksimir Stadium
Belgrade - Crvena Zvezda Stadium

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