UEFA European Championship finals
Parc des Princes is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

1. Parc des Princes

9.1
24 rue du Commandant Guilbaud, Paris, Île-de-France
Soccer Stadium · Auteuil · 94 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: 1960 UEFA European Championship: Trailing 4-2 with under half an hour to play, Yugoslavia staged a remarkable comeback to triumph 5-4 against France.

Parc des Princes is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

2. Parc des Princes

9.1
24 rue du Commandant Guilbaud, Paris, Île-de-France
Soccer Stadium · Auteuil · 94 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: 1960 UEFA European Championship: The 1960 addition was hallmarked by Lev Yashin’s brilliance but Viktor Ponedelnik stole the headlines in the inaugural final with his extra-time winner.

Santiago Bernabéu Stadium is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

3. Santiago Bernabéu Stadium

9.2
(Estadio Santiago Bernabéu)
Av. de Concha Espina, 1 (P. de La Castellana), Madrid, Madrid
Soccer Stadium · Nueva España · 954 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: 1964 UEFA European Championship: Marcelino headed a memorable winner as Spain took to home soil to win their first major trophy in 1964 against the Soviet Union.

Hampden Park is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

4. Hampden Park

8.0
Letherby Dr, Glasgow, Glasgow City
Soccer Stadium · Mount Florida · 20 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: 1968 UEFA European Championship: Scotland’s 1-1 draw with England at Hampden Park attracted what remains the tournament’s record crowd, 130,711.

King Baudouin Stadium is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

5. King Baudouin Stadium

8.3
(Koning Boudewijnstadion)
Av. de Marathonlaan 135, Laeken / Laken
Soccer Stadium · Heysel · 71 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: 1972 UEFA European Championship: After scoring both goals in the 2-1 semi-final win against Belgium, Gerd Müller found the net twice in the 3-0 defeat of the Soviet Union in the final.

Stadion „Rajko Mitić” is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

6. Stadion „Rajko Mitić”

8.9
Ljutice Bogdana 1a (Banjički venac), Belgrade, Central Serbia
Soccer Stadium · Savski Venac · 70 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: 1976 UEFA European Championship: Panenka achieved immortality by waiting for Sepp Maier to dive before chipping his spot kick audaciously down the middle to seal Czechoslovakia's triumph.

Stadio Olimpico is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

7. Stadio Olimpico

8.8
Piazzale del Foro Italico (00135), Rome, Latium
Soccer Stadium · della Vittoria · 209 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: 1980 UEFA European Championship: Only in the West Germany side because of Klaus Fischer's broken leg, forward Horst Hrubesch ended up stealing the spotlight in Italy by scoring twice in the final.

Stade Vélodrome is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

8. Stade Vélodrome

9.0
3 boulevard Michelet, Marseille, PACA
Soccer Stadium · Saint-Giniez · 36 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: 1984 UEFA European Championship: On his way to a record nine goals, Michel Platini scored a dramatic extra-time winner as France came from 2-1 down against Portugal to book their place in the final.

Parc des Princes is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

9. Parc des Princes

9.1
24 rue du Commandant Guilbaud, Paris, Île-de-France
Soccer Stadium · Auteuil · 94 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: 1984 UEFA European Championship: Requiring a point to reach the semi-finals, West Germany's uncanny efffiency went awry as Spain's Antonio Maceda's hit them with a 90th-minute sucker punch.

Parc des Princes is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

10. Parc des Princes

9.1
24 rue du Commandant Guilbaud, Paris, Île-de-France
Soccer Stadium · Auteuil · 94 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: 1984 UEFA European Championship: Captain Michel Platini was France's inspiration. His superb free-kick took his tournament tally to a record nine, and ensured Spain were defeated in the final.

HDI Arena is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

11. HDI Arena

8.0
Robert-Enke-Str. 1, Hanover, Lower Saxony
Soccer Stadium · Mitte · 23 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: 1988 UEFA European Championship: Meeting Mick McCarthy's long throw, Ronnie Whelan executed an unorthodox but ultimately stunning volley, although his goal would be eclipsed in the final.

Olympiastadion is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

12. Olympiastadion

9.1
Spiridon-Louis-Ring 21, Munich, Bavaria
Stadium · Milbertshofen-Am Hart · 32 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: 1988 UEFA European Championship: Meeting Arnold Mühren's looping crossfield ball on the right, Marco Van Basten crashed a groundbreaking volley over Rinat Dasaev and just inside the far post.

Råsunda Fotbollstadion is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

13. Råsunda Fotbollstadion

Solnavägen 51, Solna, S
Soccer Stadium · 16 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: EURO '92: With the game poised at 1-1 Sweden exploded into life eight minutes from time when a scintillating succession of one-touch passes culminated in Thomas Brolin's thumping finish.

Old Ullevi is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

14. Old Ullevi

7.9
(Gamla Ullevi)
Ullevigatan 5, Gothenburg, Västra Götaland
Soccer Stadium · Heden · 7 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: EURO '92: Denmark failed to qualify for the finals but after Yugoslavia pulled out, the Danes became the unlikeliest of winners, eventually overcoming Germany 2-0 in the final.

Malmö Stadion is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

15. Malmö Stadion

6.0
Eric Perssons väg 1, Malmö, Skåne
Soccer Stadium · Stadion · 4 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: EURO '92: Pre-tournament favourites France stumbled to their final group game knowing a third draw would see them through but their star-studded line-up came undone against eventual winners Denmark.

Old Ullevi is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

16. Old Ullevi

7.9
(Gamla Ullevi)
Ullevigatan 5, Gothenburg, Västra Götaland
Soccer Stadium · Heden · 7 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: EURO '92: Peter Schmeichel added to the buzz surrounding his displays by denying 1988 hero Marco van Basten in the semi-final shoot-out, diving low to his left to catapult the Danes into the final.

Wembley Stadium is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

17. Wembley Stadium

9.2
South Way, Wembley, Greater London
Stadium · Tokyngton · 251 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: EURO '96: Oliver Bierhoff climbed off the bench to inspire injury-ravaged Germany to EURO '96 glory in extra time, the first occasion a major tournament had been decided by a golden goal.

Wembley Stadium is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

18. Wembley Stadium

9.2
South Way, Wembley, Greater London
Stadium · Tokyngton · 251 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: EURO '96: Stuart Pearce exorcised his penalty demons by striking an emphatic spot kick past Spain's Andoni Zubizarreta, before celebrating with euphoric exuberance.

Villa Park is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

19. Villa Park

7.8
Trinity Rd (at Witton Ln & Witton Rd), Birmingham, West Midlands
Soccer Stadium · Aston · 51 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: EURO '96: Picking the ball up just past the halfway line, the extravagantly-maned Karel Poborský descended on goal, beating four players, before deftly lifting the ball over Portugal's Vítor Baía.

Anfield is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

20. Anfield

9.0
Anfield Rd, Liverpool, Liverpool
Soccer Stadium · Anfield · 191 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: EURO '96: Playing in their first tournament since gaining independence, Czech Republic started fresh-faced duo Pavel Nedvěd and Karel Poborský, the former scoring in a shock 2-1 win against Italy.

Hillsborough Stadium is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

21. Hillsborough Stadium

6.9
Penistone Rd, Sheffield
Soccer Stadium · Hillsborough · 31 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: EURO '96: With Peter Schmeichel frantically backtracking, Davor Šuker executed the deftest of lobs to leave the Great Dane helpless - http://uefa.to/KfXnOU

Wembley Stadium is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

22. Wembley Stadium

9.2
South Way, Wembley, Greater London
Stadium · Tokyngton · 251 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: EURO '96: Collecting a Darren Anderton chip on the edge of the box, Gascoigne flicked the ball over Colin Hendry with his left foot, and sublimely volleyed past Andy Goram with his right.

José Alvalade Stadium is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

23. José Alvalade Stadium

8.3
(Estádio José Alvalade)
R. Prof. Fernando da Fonseca, Lisbon, Lisbon
Soccer Stadium · Lumiar · 85 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: UEFA EURO 2004: Maniche set the tone for a triumphant Portugal performance with a spectacular swerving effort which crashed in off the upright to book his side’s place in the semi-finals.

Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

24. Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica

9.1
Avenida Marechal Craveiro Lopes (Av. Lusíada), Lisbon, Lisbon
Soccer Stadium · São Domingos de Benfica · 232 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: UEFA EURO 2004: A single Charisteas header from a corner near the hour-mark gave Greece a triumph that was beyond their wildest dreams.

Ernst-Happel-Stadion is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

25. Ernst-Happel-Stadion

8.2
Meiereistr. 7, Vienna, Vienna
Soccer Stadium · Leopoldstadt · 24 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: UEFA EURO 2008: Fernando Torres outmuscled Philipp Lahm and clipped the ball over the diving Jens Lehman to secure Spain's first title in 44 years.

Estádio Municipal de Braga is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

26. Estádio Municipal de Braga

7.7
Parque Norte, Ap. 12, Braga, Distrito de Braga
Soccer Stadium · Dume · 21 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: UEFA EURO 2004: Trailing 2-0 after 19 minutes, the Czech Republic were a fraught figure, but still had enough to stun the Netherlands and complete a momentus comeback to reach the last four.

Stadion Feijenoord is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

27. Stadion Feijenoord

8.4
Van Zandvlietplein 1, Rotterdam, South Holland
Soccer Stadium · Oud-IJsselmonde · 88 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: UEFA EURO 2000: The world champions looked set for defeat in the 2000 final, before Sylvain Wiltord levelled with seconds remaining and David Trezeguet’s golden goal broke Italian hearts.

Amsterdam ArenA is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

28. Amsterdam ArenA

8.6
Arena Boulevard 1, Amsterdam-Zuidoost, North Holland
Soccer Stadium · 194 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: UEFA EURO 2000: Netherlands’ Frank de Boer instigated a spirited fight back against France by unleashing an outrageous but ultimately unstoppable 30-metre free-kick on home soil.

Stade du Pays de Charleroi is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

29. Stade du Pays de Charleroi

6.4
Boulevard Zoé Drion 19, Charleroi, Hainaut
Soccer Stadium · 13 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: UEFA EURO 2000: 3-0 down to Slovenia with 23 minutes remaining, ten-man Yugoslavia looked down and out before staging a super comeback with three goals in six frantic minutes.

Stade du Pays de Charleroi is one of UEFA European Championship finals.

30. Stade du Pays de Charleroi

6.4
Boulevard Zoé Drion 19, Charleroi, Hainaut
Soccer Stadium · 13 tips and reviews

UEFA.comUEFA.com: UEFA EURO 2000: Alan Shearer’s headed goal ensured England beat old foes Germany in a competitive match for the first time since seeing off West Germany in the 1966 FIFA World Cup final.