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Which Countries Have Won the EUROs?

Ten national teams have won the European Championship title so far. Germany and Spain lead the count with three titles each. France and Italy are jointly second with two titles. The Soviet Union, Netherland, Yugoslavia, Denmark, Greece, and Portugal have one title each. Read on to find out more about the Euro winners list.

The UEFA European Football Championship, more commonly known as "the European Championship" or simply the "EURO", is a football competition organized by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA).

The UEFA members’ senior men's national teams are the participants of the European Championship. The inaugural tournament was held in 1960, and the EUROs has been held every four years since then, meaning there have been 16 European Championships, with the last one –EURO 2020- experiencing a 1-year postpone due to COVID-19 pandemic.

All of the contestants have to play in a qualifying stage before entering the tournament- except for the host country which qualifies automatically. Ten national teams have won the 16 European Championships: Spain and Germany each has won 3 titles, France and Italy has achieved the title twice, and

Denmark

, the Soviet Union, Greece, the Netherlands,

Portugal

, and Czechoslovakia has held the EURO title once.

Among the mentioned teams, Spain is the only team that has been able to win successive titles, by winning the EURO 2008 and EURO 2012.

Which Countries Have Won the EUROs?

In this article, we are going to take a closer look at the winners list of the UEFA European Championship or the list of past Euros winners.

Germany: 3 titles, 3 times runner-ups

Germany has won the European Championship title on 3 occasions, and stands in the first place of the

winners list of the UEFA European Championship

alongside Spain.

Germany first won the title in EURO 1972, a tournament which was held in Belgium, and was the 4th EURO in history. Only four countries played in the final tournament, with the tournament consisting of the semi-finals, a third place play-off, and the final. The qualifying process was held in 1970 and 1971, consisting of a group phase and the quarter finals.

There were 8 groups, and each group consisted of 4 teams. The group winners qualified for the quarter final games which was played in 2 legs games. And finally, 4 teams – which were

Belgium

, Germany, the Soviet Union, and Hungary- reached the semi- finals. Germany (which was West Germany at that time) faced Belgium in the semi-final fixture and beat the Red Devils 2 – 1.

In the other match Soviet Union defeated Hungary 1 – 0 and reached the final match. West Germany crushed the Soviet Union in the final game 3 – 0, with 2 goals from the legendary Gerd Muller and 1 goal from Herbert Wimmer. Gerd Muller was also the tournament's top scorer with 4 goals.

Germany's second triumph at the European Championship happened 8 years after their first crowning. They won the trophy in EURO 1980 on Italy's soil. The tournament was the first one in which 8 teams featured, rather than 4.

Moreover, EURO 1980 was the last tournament which entailed a third place play-off. There were 2 groups of 4 teams, the winner of each group would go directly to the final match (there was no semi-finals) and the groups' runner-ups played in the third place play-off.

Germany beat the hosts Belgium in the final match 2 – 1, with 2 goals from Herubesch. In the 3rd place play off Czechoslovakia won against Italy in penalties after a 1 – 1 draw in legal times. Klaus Allofs from Germany was the tournament's top scorer, and played a vital role in Germany's second European Championship title.

Die Mannschaft lifted their 3rd – and to this day, last- European Championship trophy in EURO 1996 in England. The tournament was the first to be contested by 16 teams instead of 8 following UEFA's decision.

Moreover, the tournament was the first European Championship where three points were awarded for a win during the qualification and finals group stages, as opposed to the old system of two points for a win. Germany beat Croatia in the quarter-finals (2 – 1), defeated

England

in the semi-finals in penalties, and by winning against the Czech Republic in the final match became the only team to achieved 3 European Championship titles.

Germany beat Czech Republic 2 – 1 with a golden goal from Olivier Bierhoff in the extra time. Moreover, this triumph was Germany's first achievement as a unified nation, with West Germany having won 2 Euros before. Furthermore, Matthias Sammer from Germany was awarded the Golden Ball as the best player of the tournament, as England's Alen Shearer was the top scorer with 5 goals.

In addition to winning the title 3 times, Germany has also finished the EURO as runner-ups on 3 occasions: 1976, 1992, and 2008.

Spain: 3 titles, 1 time runner-ups

Another decorated European national team in the EURO history is Spain. They are second on the

Euro winners list

. The Matadors are the only nation to have won 2 consecutive titles, by achieving the trophy in 2008 and successively in EURO 2012.

Spain won its first title in EURO 1964- the tournament was named European Nations' Cup at that time, until they renamed it to "The European Championship" in 1968. The final tournament, which was the second EURO of history, was hosted by Spain themselves. 29 teams entered the games, which included knockout home-and-away games, and 4 teams reached the semi-finals that were going to be held in Spain.

The 4 teams were Hungary, Spain, the Soviet Union, and to everyone's surprise, Denmark. The Soviet Union beat Denmark in one of the semi-final matches 3 – 0, and Spain defeated Hungary 2 – 1 in a match which was drawn to extra times. Spain had been disqualified for refusing to travel to Moscow in 1960 to play the Soviet Union, but on this occasion, General Franco let his team play the Soviets in the final match.

The match was being held in Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid, and over 79,000 spectators was at the Stadium. Spain took the lead in the 6th minute by a goal from Pereda, but Soviet Union leveled the game only 2 minutes later with a goal from Khusainov. Marcelino scored the winning goal for the Matadors in the 84th minute, bringing his country their first major international trophy.

Hungary

beat Denmark 3 – 1 in the third place play-off match.

EURO 2008 was the beginning of one of the greatest generations in the history of international football, and arguably the best national team in the history of football. The golden generation of Spanish national, formed by Barcelona and Real Madrid stars Xavi, Andres Iniesta, Carles Puyol, Iker Casillas, Sergio Ramos, and many other brilliant players started rewriting history in EURO 2008, which was jointly hosted by Austria and Switzerland.

Spain won all of their group stage games against Sweden, Greece, and Russia. They faced Italy in the quarter finals and beat them in the penalties 4 – 2, proceeding to the semi- finals. The Matadors met Russia, their group stage rival, again in the semi-final match, and crushed them 3 – 0, after the 4 – 1 victory in their first meeting.

In the other game of the semi-finals, Germany eliminated Turkey with a 3 – 2 win against them, and reached the final match. Spain won the final match- and the cup- with a 1 – 0 victory against the Germans, with

Fernando Torres

' goal in the 33rd minute.

Spain's David Villa was the tournament's top scorer with 4 goals, and Xavi Hernandez won the UEFA Player of the Tournament award, And that was the beginning of Spain's 6-year dominance over the world of international football, in which they won EURO 2008 and EURO 2012, as well as the 2010 World Cup.

Spain became the first- and to this day- the only nation who could defend their championship in the EUROs when they lifted the trophy in EURO 2012, and also the first to win 3 straight major tournaments, having won 2010 World Cup. EURO 2012 was co-hosted Ukraine and Poland and the tournament was the last one which was contested by 16 teams, with the number of contestants being expanded to 24 from 2016.

Spain faced Italy in their opening game of the tournament, and was drawn 1 – 1. Later they beat Republic of Ireland (4 – 0) and Croatia (1 – 0) in the group stage games. They met France in the quarter finals and eliminated them with a 2 – 0 victory, in a game Xabi Alonso scored a brace.

They had to face Portugal in the semi-finals in a very tough match which was drawn to the penalties after a 0 – 0 draw in the 120 minutes. The matadors won 4 -2 in the penalty shootouts, and reaches the final match. Interestingly enough, the other side of the final match was Italy, Spain's first group stage game opponent.

Having learnt from their mistakes, Spain crushed Azzurri 4 – 0 in one of the most one-sided final matches in the history of European Championships. At the end of the tournament, Spain's Andres Iniesta was named the Best Player of the Tournment, and the title of the top scored of the tournament was jointly hosted by Fernando Torres,

Cristiano Ronaldo

, Mario Gomez, Mario Balotelli, Alan Dzagoev, and Mario Mandzukic, who all had scored 3 goals.

Moreover, Spain reached the final match of EURO 1984, but were defeated by France 2 – 0 in Park Dec Princes stadium in Paris, and finished runner-ups

Italy: 2 titles, 2 times runner-ups

The third-most decorated country in the European Championships is also the current title holders: Italy. They achieved their first title in 1968, and repeated the feat in EURO 2020 to be on the

list of past Euros winners

.

The 1968 UEFA European Football Championship was held in Italy, and the hosts won the title. It was in this year that the tournament changed its name from the "European Nations' Cup" to the "European Championship".

Only 4 teams contested in the final tournament, and the hosts were determined after the qualifying round. Italy faced the Soviet Union in the semi-finals and the game ended with a 0 – 0 draw. One of the most fascinating incidents in the history of the EUROs happened in this match, where Italy won on coin toss! No penalties or golden goals, Italy won the game on coin toss!

Yugoslavia beat England 1 – 0 in the other Semi-final match with a late goal from the legendary Dragan Dzajic. Italy faced Yugoslavia in the final match and the match ended with a 1 – 1 draw after extra time.

Another surprising rule of EURO 1968 was enforced here, where the final match had to be replayed 2 days later! Italy won the replay match 2 – 0, and lifted their first ever European Championship trophy. England defeated the Soviet Union 2 – 0 in the third place play-off match with 2 goals from Bobby Charlton and Geoff Hurst.

Italy won their second EURO title in

EURO 2020

, which was postponed to 2021 due to COVID-19 pandemic. To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the European Championship competition, UEFA former president

Michel Platini

declared announced the tournament would be hosted in several nations as a "romantic" one-off event, with 11 cities in 11 UEFA countries each providing venues for the tournament.

This was the second European Championship contested by 24 teams, with 6 groups of 4 teams. Italy played Turkey in the opening match of the tournament, and with a 3 – 0 win, declared themselves a serious candidate for winning the title. In their second match they gained a 3 – 0 win against Switzerland, the team which later eliminated the world champions France.

They played Wales in their last group stage game and beat them 1 – 0 with the second squad. Italy faced the hard-working Austria in the round of 16, in a game which was drawn to extra times after a 0 – 0 draw in the 90 minutes. Italy defeated Austria 2 – 1 after extra time, and proceeded to the quarter finals to face Belgium, which stand 1st in FIFA national teams ranking.

However, no team could stop the wonderful Azzurri, and they beat Belgium 2 – 1. They beat Spain in the semi-finals in the penalties after as 1 – 1 draw after extra times, and reached the final match to face England.

Based on the stats before the start of the tournament, England has the most valuable squad of the tournament, and English fans were hopeful to win a major trophy after 55 years since their one and only trophy (1966 World Cup).

But this was the Italian wonder kids' tournament and their manager,

Roberto Mancini

. The final match ended 1 – 1 after extra times and Italy won on penalties 3 – 2, winning the title for the second time. Azzurri's goal keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma was named the player of the tournament, while Patrick Schick and Cristiano Ronaldo were the top scorers with 5 goals.

Furthermore, Italy has finished the tournament as the runner-ups on 2 occasions: in EURO 2000, where they lost the final match to France 2 – 1 (with a golden goal), and in EURO 2012, where they were crushed by Spain 4 – 0 in the final match.

France: 2 titles, 1 time runner-ups

France

have won the European Championships twice: in 1984, and in 2000. Les Blues are the reigning world champions, having won the most recent World Cup final in 2018, but couldn't live up to expectations in EURO 2020, and were eliminated by Switzerland in the round of 16.

France achieved their first ever international achievement in EURO 1984 with the amazing performances of Michel Platini who scored 9 goals within France's 5 games. They were also the hosts of the tournament and had the advantage of their fans.

Eight teams participated in the tournament, divided in two groups. The first 2 teams of each group proceeded to the semi-finals, where France faced Portugal and beat them 3 – 2 after extra time. The game has been one of the most memorable games in the history of the tournament, due to the unbelievable comeback France performed with 2 goals in the 114th and 119th minutes of the game.

Spain defeated Denmark in the other semi-final match in penalties, and went on to face France in the final match. France beat Spain 2 – 0 with goals from Michel Platini and Bruno Bellone, winning their first ever major international titels, in front of more than 47,000 spectators at Park dec Princes stadium in France capital, Paris.

Les Blues achieved their second EURO trophy in the year 2000, where the 11th UEFA European Championship was jointly hosted by Belgium and Netherlands. France set foot in the tournament as the World Champions, having won the 1998 World Cup.

Euro 2000 is often named by football writers as one of the greatest international tournaments ever, due to the high level of play the teams performed, as well as the exciting matches and memorable moments of the games. There were 16 teams divided into 4 groups. France beat Denmark 3 – 0 in their opening game, and then defeated Czech Republic 2 – 1.

However, they lost their last group stage game to Netherlands with the result of 3 – 2. France faces Spain in the quarter-finals and beat them 2 – 1, and then they defeated Portugal with the same result and reached the final match, where they were facing Italy.

In that match, Marco Delvecchio scored the first goal for Italy in minute 55 when he turned in a cross from the right by Gianluca Pessotto, but Sylvain Claude Wiltord leveled the game in the 90 + 4th minute and took it the extra times, and the golden goal rule applied here when Robert Pires cut the ball back from the left for David Trezeguet, and he fired the golden goal before the end of the first half of the extra time in the 103rd minute.

Patrik Kluivert from Netherlands and Savo Milesovic from FR Yugoslavia were jointly the tournament's top scorers with 5 goals, and France's

Zinedine Zidane

won the Best Player of the tournament award. That was to this day France's last EURO trophy. They came very close to winning their 3rd title in EURO 2016 on home soil, but they lost to Portugal 1 – 0 after extra times in the final match of the tournament.

Soviet Union: 1 title, 3 times runner-ups

The former Sovier Union has won the European Championship once in the inaugural tournament in 1960, and reached the final match on 3 more occasions (1964, 1972, 1988), but couldn't achieve the trophy again.

The inaugural EURO tournament was held in France in 1960 under the title of "European Nations' Cup".  17 National teams contested in a knockout home and away competition and the final 4 teams were qualified for the semi-finals.

The hosts of the semi-finals were determined after the teams became known. In the quarter-finals, Spain, who were under Francoist rule, refused to travel to the Soviet Union for political reasons. Proposals to play the tie in a one-legged format at a neutral venue were rejected by the Soviets.

Spain were disqualified and, accordingly, three of the final four teams were from communist countries: USSR (the Soviet Union), Czechoslovakia, and SFR Yugoslavia, to go with hosts France. In one of the semi-final matches, the Soviets had an easy work to beat the Czechoslovakia 3 – 0 in Marseille.

The other semi-final game, however, went on to become one of the greatest matches in the history of the tournament: Yugoslavia beat France 5 – 4 and performed one of the best comebacks in football history.

They were down 4 – 2 in the 75th minute, but scored 3 goals within only 4 minutes (75' to 79') and proceeded to the final match to face the Soviet Union in Paris, where the Soviets, who were led by the legendary goal keeper, 

Lev Yashin

, beat Yugoslavia 2 – 1 after extra time, and won the first-ever EURO trophy. It has been their (or Russia's) first – and to this day, last- major trophy in football. Czechoslovakia defeated France in the third place play-off with a result of 2 – 0.

In addition to that, Soviet Union reached the final match of European Championship on 3 more occasions: in EURO 1964, which was the second European Championship, and the Soviet Union lost the final match to the hosts Spain 2 – 1.

Then again the Soviets proceeded to the final match in 1972 on Belgium soil, and this time they were defeated by the powerful West Germany 3 – 0 in Heysel Stadium. Furthermore, Soviet Union reached the final match of their last EURO competition before they fell apart and different regions declared independency: EURO 1988.

They were beaten by the Netherlands 2 - 0 in the final match of that tournament which was held in West Germany. Russia, as the biggest and most important of the Soviet Union, has only been able to reach the semi-finals once- in EURO 2008, and besides that, no other country from the former Soviet Union has had any remarkable achievement in the European Championships.

Czechoslovakia: 1 title, 1 time runner ups (as Czech Republic)

Czechoslovakia won the European Competition in 1976, a tournament which was held in the former Yugoslavia. The final tournament was contested by 4 national teams, including 2 semi-final games, 1 third place play-off and 1 final match. This was the last European Championship with the mentioned format.

Thus, this was the last time that the hosts had to qualify for the final tournament- as the hosts were chosen among one of the 4 proceeding teams. Czechoslovakia beat Netherlands 3 – 1 after extra time in one of the semi-final games, and West Germany won 4 – 2 against Yugoslavia in the other one, having been down by 2 goals until the 64th minute, the Germans performed an astonishing comeback.

In the final match, Germany and Czechoslovakia finished 2 – 2 after extra times, and the fate of the game had to be decided in the penalty shootouts, where the Czechoslovakians beat Germany 4 – 2 and achieved the title for the first time in their history.

Netherlands

stood 3rd after winning Yugoslavia 3 – 2 after extra time. The fascinating thing about this tournament is the fact that all of the 4 games results were determined after extra times, either by score or in penalties. Dieter Muller from Germany was the competition's top scorer with 4 goals.

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After the separation of Czech Republic and Slovakia, Only Czech Republic managed to reach EURO 1996 final match, where they were defeated by West Germany 2 – 1 with a golden goal from Olivier Bierhoff in the 95th minute. Czech Republic had eliminated Portugal and France in the quarter finals and in the semi-finals, respectively.

Portugal: 1 title, 1 times runner-ups

Portugal won the EURO 2016, following a 1–0 victory after extra time over the host team, France, in the final played at the Stade de France. It was their first ever major international championship. The EURO 2016 tournament was the first one to be contested by 24 teams, instead of the 16-team format which had been used since EURO 1996.

The 24 teams were divided into 6 groups of 4 teams each. 16 teams, the top two from each of the 6 groups and 4 of the best third-placed teams would qualify for the round of 16, and Portugal was one of those lucky third-place teams. Read on to find out more about how Portugal won EURO 2016.

Portugal achieved 3 draws in their 3 group stage games against Iceland, Austria, and Hungary, and proceeded to the round of 16 as one of the best third-place teams due to better the goal difference they had rather than Turkey and Albania, the teams which also had gathered 3 points.

Portugal met Croatia in the round of 16, and after a 0 – 0 draw in the 90 minutes, the game was taken to the extra times, where Ricardo Quaresma's goal in the 117th minute sent Selecao to the quarter finals of EURO 2016, where they had to face Poland. For one more time, Portugal failed to win a game in the 90 minutes in the EURO 2016  as the game ended 1 – 1 and was taken to the  penalties, as the 1 – 1 result  stayed still in the 120 minutes.

Portugal beat

Poland

5 – 3 in the penalty shootouts, and reached the semi-finals of the European Championship without winning a single match in the 90 minutes! Nonetheless, they had to play Wales in the semi-finals, the unexpected semi-finalists of the tournament who were experiencing their first participation in any European Championships. The game was the first time Portugal could win a game in the regular times, as they eliminated the Welsh 2 – 0.

France, the hosts of the tournament and the team that had won 5 of their 6 games in the tournament, and did not let any game be taken into the extra times, were waiting Portugal. The majority of football fans had expected an easy win the the Les Blues, but football once again showed why it is the most popular and unpredictable sport in the world.

After Portugal's number 1 star and their captain, Cristiano Ronaldo, had to be substituted due to an injury in the 25th minute, not many football fans would have anticipated Portugal's winning the title, but they did it. They took the game to the extra times, and Eder, a replacing player who came on the pitch in the 79th minute, scored the title winning goal in the 109th minute with an astonishing shot from outside of the penalty area.

Portugal won their first EURO title in the most dramatic way possible! Renato Sanchez, Portugal's 18-year-old wonderkid was named the Young Player of the Tournament, as the French Antoine Griezmann won both the Player of the Tournament award and the Golden Boot as the top scorer with 6 goals.

However, before EURO 2016, Portugal had come close to winning the title in EURO 2004 on home soil, where they lost the final match to the surprising title winners, Greece.

Netherlands: 1 title

"The Flying Dutch Men" has won the European Championship once in 1988, in a tournament hosted by West Germany. Euro 88 was a rare case of a major football tournament, as throughout the competition no single player was sent off and no game ended a goalless draw, nor any knockout matches went to extra time or penalties.

Moreover, Euro 1988 was the final European Championship to be contested by the West Germany, Soviet Union and Yugoslavia national teams, as the West and East Germans reunified to become Germany in 1990, the Soviet Union disintegrated into 15 separate countries in 1991, and Yugoslavia broke up into six separate nations and one disputed territory in the early 1990s. 8 Teams qualified for the final tournament, and competed in 2 groups of 4 teams.

The Netherlands started the tournament disappointingly, as they lost 1 – 0 to the Soviet Union. However, they beat England 3 – 1 in their second group stage game, and won against the Republic of Ireland 1 – 0 in their 3rd game. They proceeded to the semi-finals as the 2nd-placed team of the group as the Soviets were leading.

"The Flying Dutch Men" beat the hosts West Germany 2 – 1 in the semi-finals to face the Soviet Union for the second time in that tournament. This time, in the final match, and the winner would win the title. The Netherlands took their vengeance as they beat the Soviet Union 2 – 0 with 2 goals from Ruud Gullit and

Marco Van Basten

.

Van Basten's goal has been known as one of the greatest goals in the history of the tournament: Arnold Muhren played in a high cross to the far side of the box which found van Basten who struck the ball on the volley from a very tight angle.

The Netherlands won their first UEFA European Championship title in front of 72,308 spectators at the Olympiastadion in Munich. Marco Van Basten was also the tournament's top scorer with 5 goals. He went on to win the 1988 Ballon d'Or, and winning the EURO was a pivotal element of this achievement.

Denmark: 1 title

Denmark national team won the 1992 European Championship on Sweden soil. Denmark's winning the title has been one of the most interesting and surprising championships in the history of the sport. Why? Because they were not even qualified to enter the tournament in the first place, and they qualified only after Yugoslavia was disqualified as a result of the breakup of the country and the ensuing warfare there.

Eight teams competed in the tournament, including the CIS national football team (Commonwealth of Independent States), which represented the recently dissolved Soviet Union, whose national team had qualified for the tournament, and the reunified Germany- which was beaten by Denmark in the final.

Moreover, it was the last European Championship to be contested by 8 teams, having the number been expanded to 16 from EURO 1996. In addition, it was the last tournament where only 2 points were awarded to the winner of a match.

Denmark began the competition with a goalless draw against England. They lost their second group stage game to the hosts Sweden, and the hopes for the qualification diminished significantly. However, The Vikinigs of Europe beat France 2 – 1 in their 3rd group stage match, and proceeded to the semi-finals as the 2nd-placed team of their group behind Sweden.

The Red and Whites had to face the defending champions, the Netherlands, in the semi-finals. The match ended with a 2 – 2 result in the 90 minutes, and no goals were scored in the extra time either. Denmark, who had the legendary

Peter Schmeichel

standing in the goal, beat the Netherlands in the penalties 5 – 4 and reached the final match to face Germany, who had eliminated Sweden 3 – 2.

The Danish won the Germans 2 – 0 in the final match, achieving their first – and to this day last- major trophy.

Greece, 1 title

Greece is undoubtedly one of the most unpredictable answers to the question of "

Which countries have won the Euros?

" They won the trophy in EURO 2004 which was held in Portugal. Greece managed to qualify to enter the tournament after 24 years, having been at the EUROs last in 1980- which was also their first and only participation until 2004.

Moreover, Greece had only taken part in only 1 World Cup and 1 European Championship by then, without winning a single match in any of them, adding lure to the condition.

The tournament had nothing to show but surprises: Spain, Germany, and Italy were all eliminated in the group stages, and the defending champions France were knocked out by Greece in the quarter finals. One interesting fact about the tournament is that the 2 teams – Portugal and Greece- that had played in the opening match of the tournament, also played in the final.

Greece beat Portugal 2 – 1 in the tournament-opening game. Their second group match was against Spain, and ended with a 1 – 1 result. They lost their 3rd group stage game 2 – 1 to Russia, and stood 2nd in the group below Portugal, who had won their 2 games after being defeated by Greece.

The Greek national team had to face the defending champions France in the quarter finals, and they did it in the best way possible: they eliminated The French with a 1 – 0 win as every football fan was taken aback by the result.

Greece proceeded to the semi-finals to play Czech Republic, in a close game which ended 0 – 0 in the 90 minutes. The Wonder makers of

Greece

scored the winning goal in the 105+ 1 minute of the game, and reached the final match to stand against the hosts Portugal, which were seeking vengeance after the tournament-opening match.

However, Portugal could not achieve their revenge, and lost to the amazing Greece team as Angelos Charisteas netted in 57th minute and brought the title for his national team.

Milan Baroš from Czech Republic won the Golden Boot as the top scorer of the competition with 5 goals, and the Greece Theodoros Zagorakis was named the Player of the Tournament.

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