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This is a list of all the European Soccer Championship articles we have published on the History of Soccer website.

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Germany Women’s National Football Team: Die Nationalelf

In women’s football, the Germany women’s national football team is one of the most successful. The country is a two-time world champion, having won the 2003 and 2007 FIFA World Cup tournaments. Eight of the twelve UEFA European Championships have …

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Michael Laudrup: The Conquering Danish Playmaker Prince

As one of the greatest footballers in the world, Michael Laudrup adorned Europe in the 1980s and 1990s with his exceptional play. Best known for his time in both FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, he brought opulence to the game. …

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Jennifer Hermoso: A Brief Overview Of Her Illustrious Career

Jennifer Hermoso is a renowned soccer player who plays as a false nine after advancing from an attacking midfielder. Hermoso’s illustrious women’s soccer career has seen her playing for many clubs and the Spanish national team. In all, Hermoso has …

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UEFA Womens Euro 2022: England Lionesses Win For First Time

The thirteenth edition of the UEFA Women’s European Championships is currently happening in England this month. This page contains the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 schedule, including dates, times, groups, fixtures, venues, results, and historical statistics. England 2022 will be the …

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Peter Schmeichel: Manchester United and Denmark Goalkeeper

Peter Schmeichel is widely considered one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time, but is the Great Dane Manchester United’s greatest ever keeper? As a goalkeeper, he was known for his hulking physique, rapid reflexes, saving pivotal spot-kicks, and scoring …

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England Penalty Misses: The 6 Biggest Penalty Fails Ever

The sight of England trooping off the field after Alessandro Diamanti’s penalty sent Joe Hart the wrong way to clinch a place in the Euro 2012 semi finals was a depressingly familiar sight. England penalty misses have been a curse …

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Rinus Michels: The Dutchman Who Invented Total Football

Those early Dutch teams were likened to the ‘Clockwork Oranje,’ but Rinus Michels was the mastermind behind the machinery. He was a man of few words, but he was the guiding force behind Total Football’s brilliance. Aged 12 When He …

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Euro 1972: West Germany Win First European Championship

The fourth UEFA European Football Championship tournament, widely known as Euro 1972, was held in Belgium between June 14-18, 1972. UEFA Euro 1972 was only contested by four countries, with the tournament consisting of a semi-final, a third-place play-off, and …

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Uwe Seeler: Famous Germany Soccer Legend And Hamburg Icon

Uwe Seeler is widely considered one of the greatest German soccer players of all time. Uwe was born on 5 November 1936 in Hamburg, where he subsequently joined his beloved local club Hamburger SV at just nine years of age. …

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1885 FA Cup Final: Blackburn Rovers 2 Queen’s Park 0

1885 FA Cup Final Score: Blackburn Rovers 2 Queen’s Park 0 The Venue: Kennington Oval, London Match Date: Saturday 4th April 1885 Blackburn Rovers Scorers: Jim Forrest and Jimmy Brown Blackburn Rovers Team: Bill Arthur, Bob Turner, Fergie Suter, Hugh McIntyre, …

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