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Quiz: Name every country that has won the Euros since 1960

Euros quiz

Can you name every team that has won the European Football Championship?

The Uefa European Football Championship or the Euros, as it’s more commonly known, was founded in 1960.

The competition was created with the aim of determining the best national team on the European continent. The tournament runs every four years and has produced 15 winners so far.


While plenty of people were looking forward to spending a month celebrating Euro 2020, the ongoing pandemic has forced the tournament to be postponed to 2021.

While we wait to see who will be crowned champions of the latest edition of the competition in the summer, we’ve compiled a quiz to see if you can recall the winners from past tournaments.

Some things to note:

  1. Some of these countries do not exist anymore.
  2. Some nations have won on more than one occasion.

All the best and let us know how you get on.

If the quiz doesn’t work, click here to play.

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