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European Championship Austria-Switzerland 2008

Welovefootballshirts.com offers you different football shirts worn during this final tournament.

Puma
Article code Switserland_Puma_EURO_2008_L
€34,95
in stock
Puma football shirt Switzerland EURO 2008 Size: L (unisex) Condition: 8.5/10 (used) Read more
Puma
Switzerland
Puma football shirt Switzerland EURO 2008 Size: L (unisex) Condition: 8.5/10 (used)
€34,95
Nike
Article code Holland_Nike_EURO_2008_Away_L
€39,95
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Nike football shirt Netherlands EURO 2008 Size: L (unisex) Condition: 9.5/10 (used) Read more
Nike
Holland
Nike football shirt Netherlands EURO 2008 Size: L (unisex) Condition: 9.5/10 (used)
€39,95
Nike
Article code Holland_Nike_EURO_2008_Away_L
€39,95
in stock
Nike football shirt Netherlands EURO 2008 Size: L (unisex) Condition: 9.5/ 10 (used) Read more
Nike
Holland
Nike football shirt Netherlands EURO 2008 Size: L (unisex) Condition: 9.5/ 10 (used)
€39,95
Umbro
Article code MB_England_Umbro_EURO_2008_YXL(158)
€19,95
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Umbro England EURO 2008 football shirt Size: YXL (158) Condition: 9.5/10 (used) Read more
Umbro
England
Umbro England EURO 2008 football shirt Size: YXL (158) Condition: 9.5/10 (used)
€19,95
Nike
Article code Holland_Nike_EURO_2008_Home_XL
€44,95
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Nike soccer shirt Netherlands EURO 2008 Size: XL (unisex) Condition: 9.5/10 (used) Read more
Nike
Holland
Nike soccer shirt Netherlands EURO 2008 Size: XL (unisex) Condition: 9.5/10 (used)
€44,95
Nike
Article code Portugal_Nike_EURO_2008_home_YS(128)
€14,95
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Nike football shirt Portugal EURO 2008 Size: 128 (unisex) Condition: 10/10 (used) Read more
Nike
Portugal
Nike football shirt Portugal EURO 2008 Size: 128 (unisex) Condition: 10/10 (used)
€14,95
Umbro
Article code MB_England_Umbro_EURO_2008_M
€34,95
in stock
Umbro England EURO 2008 football shirt Size: M (unisex) Condition: 9.5/10 (used) Read more
Umbro
England
Umbro England EURO 2008 football shirt Size: M (unisex) Condition: 9.5/10 (used)
€34,95
Puma
Article code MB_Austria_Puma_EURO_2008_XS
€29,95
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Puma football shirt Austria EURO 2008 Size: XS (unisex) Condition: 9/10 (used) Read more
Puma
Austria
Puma football shirt Austria EURO 2008 Size: XS (unisex) Condition: 9/10 (used)
€29,95
Nike
Article code Holland_Nike_EURO_2008_Home_L
€44,95
in stock
Nike soccer shirt Netherlands EURO 2008 Size: L (unisex) Condition: 9.5/10 (used) Read more
Nike
Holland
Nike soccer shirt Netherlands EURO 2008 Size: L (unisex) Condition: 9.5/10 (used)
€44,95
Nike
Article code Holland_Nike_EURO_2008_Home_S
€44,95
in stock
Nike soccer shirt Netherlands EURO 2008 Size: S (unisex) Condition: 9.5/10 (used) Read more
Nike
Holland
Nike soccer shirt Netherlands EURO 2008 Size: S (unisex) Condition: 9.5/10 (used)
€44,95
Nike
Article code Holland_Nike_EURO_2008_Away_S
€39,95
in stock
Nike football shirt Netherlands EURO 2008 Size: S (unisex) Condition: 10 / 10 (used) Read more
Nike
Holland
Nike football shirt Netherlands EURO 2008 Size: S (unisex) Condition: 10 / 10 (used)
€39,95
Nike
Article code Holland_Nike_EURO_2008_L
€39,95
in stock
Nike football shirt Netherlands EURO 2008 Size: L (unisex) Condition: 10 / 10 (used) Read more
Nike
Holland
Nike football shirt Netherlands EURO 2008 Size: L (unisex) Condition: 10 / 10 (used)
€39,95
European Championship Austria-Switzerland 2008

The UEFA European Football Championship 2008, commonly referred to as UEFA Euro 2008 or simply Euro 2008, was the 13th UEFA European Championship, a four-yearly football tournament contested by the member countries of UEFA (the Union of European Football Associations). It took place in Austria and Switzerland (both hosted the tournament for the first time) from 7 to 29 June 2008.

The tournament was won by Spain, which defeated Germany 1-0 in the final. Spain was only the second country to win all their matches in the group stage and then the European Championship itself, which is in line with France's 1984 performance. Spain was also the first team since Germany in 1996 to win the tournament unbeaten.

Greece was the defending champion to enter the tournament after it won UEFA Euro 2004. They had the worst finish in Euro 2008, lost their three group matches and collected the least prize money. During 31 matches, the participating countries scored 77 goals, the same as in the previous tournament.

Austria and Switzerland automatically qualified as hosts; the remaining 14 teams were determined through a qualifying tournament, played between August 2006 and November 2007. As European champions, Spain earned the right to participate in the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup in South Africa.