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UEFA Women's EURO story: Part three

Published: Monday 24 June 2013, 11.13CET
In part three of our tournament history we examine Germany's extraordinary dominance, finding out why from coach Silvia Neid and former players Steffi Jones and Inka Grings.

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Published: Monday 24 June 2013, 11.13CET

UEFA Women's EURO story: Part three

In part three of our tournament history we examine Germany's extraordinary dominance, finding out why from coach Silvia Neid and former players Steffi Jones and Inka Grings.

In the run-up to UEFA Women's EURO 2013, UEFA.com presents a four-part history of the competition.

For the third part we examine the dominance of Germany, who have won seven of the tournament's last eight editions and next month go for their sixth success in a row over 18 years. We hear from Silvia Neid, involved in all seven of those victories as player, assistant and now head coach, plus three-time winning defender Steffi Jones and the top scorer in 2005 and 2009, Inka Grings.

Click on the video box above to watch the story of Germany's dominance.

Last updated: 24/06/13 12.45CET

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