Can You Get Top Marks On This Ultimate European Championships Quiz?

Euro 2020 may be postponed for a year, but how well do you remember European Championships of the past?

The tournament has seen the likes of Spain, Portugal and France triumph over the years and has also lent itself to a fair share of surprises since the inaugural Championships in 1960.

To test your Euro knowledge we’ve compiled a list of 20 hints to 20 questions about the Championships down the years and are giving you five minutes to get full marks.

This is a tricky one but good luck and let us know what score you get.

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