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  1. It was the first European Championship to feature 16 finalists, following UEFA's decision to expand the tournament from eight teams. Matches were staged in eight cities and, although not all games were sold out, the tournament holds the European Championship's second-highest aggregate attendance (1,276,000) and average per game (41,158) for the 16-team format, [1] surpassed only in 2012 .

  2. The UEFA European Under-21 Championship adidas Golden Boot award will be handed to the player who scores the most goals during the tournament. Since the 2013 tournament, those who finish as runners-up in the vote receive the Silver Boot and Bronze Boot awards as the second and third top goalscorer players in the tournament respectively.

  3. The UEFA European Under-19 Championship, or simply UEFA Under-19 Championship or the UEFA Euro U-19, is an annual football competition contested by the European men's under-19 national teams of the member associations of UEFA. Spain and England are the joint most successful team in this competition, having won eleven titles each.

  4. Portugal's UEFA European Championship record First Match Portugal 0–0 West Germany (14 June 1984; Strasbourg, France) Biggest Win Portugal 3–0 Croatia (19 June 1996; Nottingham, England) Portugal 3–0 Germany (20 June 2000; Rotterdam, Netherlands) Portugal 3–0 Hungary (15 June 2021; Budapest, Hungary) Biggest Defeat

  5. Steward outfit displaying the logo of the UEFA European Under-21 Championship 2007 Main article: 2007 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification In order to make the switch from even to odd-numbered years, the 2007 edition was a shortened version, condensed from a two-year campaign into a one-year campaign.

  6. The 2022 UEFA European Under-19 Championship qualifying competition was a men's under-19 football competition that determined the seven teams joining the automatically qualified hosts Slovakia in the 2022 UEFA European Under-19 Championship final tournament. Players born on or after 1 January 2003 were eligible to participate.

  7. The 1984 UEFA European Football Championship final tournament was held in France from 12 to 27 June 1984. It was the seventh UEFA European Championship, a competition held every four years and endorsed by UEFA. At the time, only eight countries took part in the final stage of the tournament, seven of which had to come through the qualifying stage.