What happens in the European Championship final?
The European Championship final is the last match of the competition, and the result determines which country’s team is declared European champion. As of the 2016 tournament, if after 90 minutes of regular play the score is a draw, an additional 30-minute period of play, called extra time, is added.
Who won the 2012 European Under-21 Championship?
The final tournament, held between 8 June and 1 July 2012, was co-hosted for the first time by Poland and Ukraine, and was won by Spain, who beat Italy 4–0 in the final at the NSC Olimpiyskyi in Kyiv, Ukraine. Poland and Ukraine’s bid was chosen by UEFA’s Executive Committee on 18 April 2007.
What was the name of the final of Euro 2012?
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What is the UEFA European Championship?
The UEFA European Championship is an association football competition established in 1960. It is contested by the men’s national teams of the members of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), the sport’s European governing body, and takes place every four years.