Soccer Stadium · della Vittoria · 214 tips and reviews
UEFA.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.
Soccer Stadium · Saint-Giniez · 36 tips and reviews
UEFA.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.
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Soccer Stadium · Auteuil · 104 tips and reviews
UEFA.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.
Stadium · Milbertshofen-Am Hart · 35 tips and reviews
UEFA.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.
UEFA.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.
UEFA.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.
UEFA.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.
UEFA.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.