Every coach in EURO history: team by team

A team-by-team guide to every coach who has led a side at a EURO, and their record in charge.

Fernando Santos, Didier Deschamps and Joachim Löw
Fernando Santos, Didier Deschamps and Joachim Löw

From Advocaat to Zwartkruis: a full rundown of the 129 men who have managed teams at EUROs.

EURO coaches: the records

Albania

Gianni De Biasi (2016, P3 W1 D0 L2 F1 A3)

Austria

Marcel Koller (2016, P3 W0 D1 L2 F1 A4)
Josef Hickersberger (2008, P3 W0 D1 L2 F1 A3)

Belgium

Marc Wilmots (2016, P5 W3 D0 L2 F A)
Robert Waseige (2000, P3 W1 D0 L2 F2 A5)
Guy Thys (1980 1984, P7 W2 D2 L3 F8 A12)
Raymond Goethals (1972, P2 W1 D0 L1 F3 A3)

Bulgaria

Plamen Markov (2004, P3 W0 D0 L3 F1 A9)
Dimitar Penev (1996, P3 W1 D1 L1 F3 A4)

Croatia

Ante Čačić (2016, P4 W2 D1 L1 F5 A4)
Slaven Bilić (2008 2012, P7 W4 D2 L1 F9 A5)
Otto Barić (2004, P3 W0 D2 L1 F4 A6)
Miroslav Blažević (1996, P4 W2 D0 L2 F5 A5)

Slaven Bilić, Croatia boss in 2008 and 2012
Slaven Bilić, Croatia boss in 2008 and 2012Getty Images

Czech Republic

Pavel Vrba (2016, P3 W0 D1 L2 F2 A5)
Michal Bílek (2012, P4 W2 D0 L2 F4 A6)
Karel Brückner (2004 2008, P8 W5 D0 L3 F14 A11)
Jozef Chovanec (2000, P3 W1 D0 L2 F3 A3)
Dušan Uhrin (1996, P6 W2 D2 L2 F7 A8)
Jozef Vengloš (1980**, P4 W1 D2 L1 F5 A4)
Václav Ježek (1976**, P2 W1 D1 L0 F5 A3)
Rudolf Vytlačil (1960**, P2 W1 D0 L1 F2 A3)

Denmark

Morten Olsen (2004 2012, P7 W2 D2 L3 F8 A10)
Bo Johansson (2000, P3 W0 D0 L3 F0 A8)
Richard Møller Nielsen (1992 1996, P8 W3 D3 L2 F10 A8)
Sepp Piontek (1984 1988, P7 W2 D1 L4 F11 A11)
Poul Petersen (1964, P2 W0 D0 L2 F1 A6)

Denmark boss Richard Møller Nielsen with the trophy in 1992
Denmark boss Richard Møller Nielsen with the trophy in 1992Popperfoto via Getty Images

England

Roy Hodgson (2012 2016, P8 W3 D4 L1 F9 A7)
Sven-Göran Eriksson (2004, P4 W2 D1 L1 F10 A6)
Kevin Keegan (2000, P3 W1 D0 L2 F5 A6)
Terry Venables (1996, P5 W2 D3 L0 F8 A3)
Graham Taylor (1992, P3 W0 D2 L1 F1 A2)
Bobby Robson (1988, P3 W0 D0 L3 F2 A7)
Ron Greenwood (1980, P3 W1 D1 L1 F3 A3)
Alf Ramsey (1968, P2 W1 D0 L1 F2 A1)

France

Didier Deschamps (2016, P7 W5 D1 L1 F13 A5)
Laurent Blanc (2012, P4 W1 D1 L2 F3 A5)
Raymond Domenech (2008, P3 W0 D1 L2 F1 A6)
Jacques Santini (2004, P4 W2 D1 L1 F7 A5)
Roger Lemerre (2000, P6 W5 D0 L1 F13 A7)
Aimé Jacquet (1996, P5 W2 D3 L0 F5 A2)
Michel Platini (1992, P3 W0 D2 L1 F2 A3)
Michel Hidalgo (1984, P5 W5 D0 L0 F14 A4)
Albert Batteux (1960, P2 W0 D0 L2 F4 A7)

Germany

Joachim Löw (2008 2012 2016, P17 W11 D2 L4 F27 A16)
Rudi Völler (2004, P3 W0 D2 L1 F2 A3)
Erich Ribbeck (2000, P3 W0 D1 L2 F1 A5)
Berti Vogts (1992 1996, P W6 D3 L2 F17 A11)
Franz Beckenbauer (1988, P4 W2 D1 L1 F6 A3)
Jupp Derwall (1980 1984, P7 W4 D2 L1 F8 A5)
Helmut Schön (1972 1976, P4 W3 D1 L0 F11 A5)

Joachim Löw and Austrian counterpart Josef Hickersberger in 2008
Joachim Löw and Austrian counterpart Josef Hickersberger in 2008Bongarts/Getty Images

Greece

Fernando Santos (2012, P4 W1 D1 L2 F5 A7)
Otto Rehhagel (2004 2008, P9 W4 D1 L4 F8 A9)
Alketas Panagoulias (1980, P3 W0 D1 L2 F1 A4)

Hungary

Bernd Storck (2016, P4 W1 D2 L1 F6 A8)
Rudolf Illovszky (1972, P2 W0 D0 L2 F1 A3)
Lajos Baróti (1964, P2 W1 D0 L1 F4 A3)

Iceland

Heimir Hallgrímsson (2016*, P5 W2 D2 L1 F8 A9)
Lars Lagerbäck (2016*, P5 W2 D2 L1 F8 A9)

Italy

Antonio Conte (2016, P5 W3 D1 L1 F6 A2)
Cesare Prandelli (2012, P6 W2 D3 L1 F6 A7)
Roberto Donadoni (2008, P4 W1 D2 L1 F3 A4)
Giovanni Trapattoni (2004, P3 W1 D2 L0 F3 A2)
Dino Zoff (2000, P6 W4 D1 L1 F9 A4)
Arrigo Sacchi (1996, P3 W1 D1 L1 F3 A3)
Azeglio Vicini (1988, P4 W2 D1 L1 F4 A3)
Vincenzo Bearzot (1980, P4 W1 D3 L0 F2 A1)
Ferruccio Valcareggi (1968, P3 W1 D2 L0 F3 A1)

Messrs Waseige (Belgium), Denizli (Turkey), Soderberg (Sweden) and Zoff (Italy) in 1999
Messrs Waseige (Belgium), Denizli (Turkey), Soderberg (Sweden) and Zoff (Italy) in 1999Getty Images

Latvia

Aleksandrs Starkovs (2004, P3 W0 D1 L2 F1 A5)

Netherlands

Bert van Marwijk (2012, P3 W0 D0 L3 F2 A5)
Marco van Basten (2008, P4 W3 D0 L1 F10 A4)
Dick Advocaat (2004, P5 W1 D2 L2 F7 A6)
Frank Rijkaard (2000, P5 W4 D1 L0 F13 A3)
Guus Hiddink (1996, P4 W1 D2 L1 F3 A4)
Rinus Michels (1988 1992, P9 W6 D2 L1 F14 A6)
Jan Zwartkruis (1980, P3 W1 D1 L1 F4 A4)
Gregorius Knobel (1976, P2 W1 D0 L1 F4 A5)

Northern Ireland

Michael O'Neill (2016, P4 W1 D0 L3 F2 A3)

Norway

Nils Johan Semb (2000, P3 W1 D1 L1 F1 A1)

Poland

Adam Nawałka (2016, P5 W2 D3 L0 F4 A2)
Franciszek Smuda (2012, P3 W0 D2 L1 F2 A3)
Leo Beenhakker (2008, P3 W0 D1 L2 F1 A4)

Portugal

Fernando Santos (2016, P7 W3 D4 L0 F9 A5)
Paulo Bento (2012, P5 W3 D1 L1 F6 A4)
Luiz Felipe Scolari (2004 2008, P10 W5 D1 L4 F15 A12)
Humberto Coelho (2000, P5 W4 D0 L1 F10 A4)
António Oliveira (1996, P4 W2 D1 L1 F5 A2)
Fernando Cabrita (1984, P4 W1 D2 L1 F4 A4)

EURO 2016 final highlights: Portugal 1-0 France
EURO 2016 final highlights: Portugal 1-0 France

Republic of Ireland

Martin O'Neill (2016, P4 W1 D1 L2 F3 A6)
Giovanni Trapattoni (2012, P3 W0 D0 L3 F1 A9)
Jack Charlton (1988, P3 W1 D1 L1 F2 A2)

Romania

Anghel Iordănescu (1996 2016, P6 W0 D1 L5 F3 A8)
Victor Pițurcă (2008, P3 W0 D2 L1 F1 A3)
Emerich Ienei (2000, P4 W1 D1 L2 F4 A6)
Mircea Lucescu (1984, P3 W0 D1 L2 F2 A4)

Russia

Leonid Slutsky (2016, P3 W0 D1 L2 F2 A6)
Dick Advocaat (2012, P3 W1 D1 L1 F5 A3)
Guus Hiddink (2008, P5 W3 D0 L2 F7 A8)
Georgi Yartsev (2004, P3 W1 D0 L2 F2 A4)
Oleg Romantsev (1996, P3 W0 D1 L2 F4 A8)
Anatoliy Byshovets (1992**, P3 W0 D2 L1 F1 A4)
Valeriy Lobanovskyi (1988**, P5 W3 D1 L1 F7 A2)
Alexandr Ponomarjev (1972**, P2 W1 D0 L1 F1 A3)
Mikhail Yakushin (1968**, P2 W0 D1 L1 F0 A2)
Konstantin Beskov (1964**, P2 W1 D0 L1 F4 A2)
Gavriil Kachalin (1960**, P2 W2 D0 L0 F5 A1)

Scotland

Craig Brown (1996, P3 W1 D1 L1 F1 A2)
Andy Roxburgh (1992, P3 W1 D0 L2 F3 A3)

Craig Brown and Andy Roxburgh, the only men to lead Scotland at a EURO
Craig Brown and Andy Roxburgh, the only men to lead Scotland at a EUROIcon Sport via Getty Images

Serbia

Vujadin Boškov (2000, P4 W1 D1 L2 F8 A13)
Todor Veselinović (1984**, P3 W0 D0 L3 F2 A10)
Ante Mladinić (1976**, P2 W0 D0 L2 F4 A7)
Rajko Mitić (1968**, P3 W1 D1 L1 F2 A3)
Ljubomir Lovrić (1960**, P2 W1 D0 L1 F6 A6)

Slovakia

Ján Kozák (2016, P4 W1 D1 L2 F3 A6)

Slovenia

Srečko Katanec (2000, P3 W0 D2 L1 F4 A5)

Spain

Vicente Del Bosque (2012 2016, P10 W6 D2 L2 F17 A5)
Luis Aragonés (2008, P6 W5 D1 L0 F12 A3)
Iñaki Sáez (2004, P3 W1 D1 L1 F2 A2)
José Antonio Camacho (2000, P4 W2 D0 L2 F7 A7)
Javier Clemente (1996, P4 W1 D3 L0 F4 A3)
Miguel Muñoz (1984 1988, P8 W2 D3 L3 F7 A10)
László Kubala (1980, P3 W0 D1 L2 F2 A4)
José Villalonga (1964, P2 W2 D0 L0 F4 A2)

Spain's 2012 coach, Vicente Del Bosque
Spain's 2012 coach, Vicente Del Bosque AFP via Getty Images

Sweden

Erik Hamrén (2012 2016, P6 W1 D1 L4 F6 A8)
Lars Lagerbäck (2000* 2004* 2008, P10 W2 D4 L4 F13 A11)
Tommy Söderberg (2000* 2004*, P7 W1 D4 L2 F10 A7)
Tommy Svensson (1992, P4 W2 D1 L1 F6 A5)

Switzerland

Vladimir Petkovic (2016, P4 W1 D3 L0 F3 A2)
Jakob Kuhn (2004 2008, P6 W1 D1 L4 F4 A9)
Artur Jorge (1996, P3 W0 D1 L2 F1 A4)

Turkey

Fatih Terim (1996 2008 2016, P11 W3 D1 L7 F10 A18)
Mustafa Denizli (2000, P4 W1 D1 L2 F3 A4)

Ukraine

Mykhaylo Fomenko (2016, P3 W0 D0 L3 F0 A5)
Oleg Blokhin (2012, P3 W1 D0 L2 F2 A4)

Wales

Chris Coleman (2016, P6 W4 D0 L2 F10 A6)

* As joint-coach
** As Czechoslovakia, West Germany or USSR/CIS