Rare edition of Denmark's 1992 home kit. Hummel brand with number 9 Flemming Polvsen. The Denmark logo will be supplied separately.
Belgium did not qualify for the final round. It ended in third place in the group, behind Germany and Wales. The Netherlands qualified by winning the group for Portugal and Greece. Originally Yugoslavia qualified for the final round. However, due to the wars in Yugoslavia, it had to withdraw just before the final round. Denmark finished in second place in the group and was therefore designated as a replacement. The story goes that the vacationing Danes have been picked from the beach to play football in Sweden. In reality, the Danes took seriously into account that they had to replace Yugoslavia and played a friendly match shortly before the European Championship.
Initially, Denmark did not play a convincing game against England (draw) and Sweden (loss), but still managed to reach the semi-finals as second in the group by beating France. In the semi-final, the Danes unexpectedly beat the favorite and title holder the Netherlands, after which the defeated winner Germany was defeated 2-0 in the final. Denmark, originally seen as one of the weakest participants who initially was not even allowed to participate, had caused a stunt and had become champion.