Switzerland's Haris Seferović scores 800th goal in EURO history

Haris Seferović's strike against France took the all-time EURO finals tally to 800.

Switzerland's Haris Seferović after scoring the 800th EURO finals goal POOL/AFP via Getty Images

It is over 60 years since Yugoslavia's Milan Galić grabbed the first EURO goal of the inaugural finals, the first of nine goals in what remains the highest-scoring game in tournament history.

It took 24 years for Alain Giresse to bring up the century but, with the finals continuing to expand, another 24 years later Xavi Hernández was an appropriate (if surprise) scorer of goal number 500. The running total was up to 600 by 2016 and hit 800 in the UEFA EURO 2020 round of 16 when Switzerland's Haris Seferović opened the scoring against France.

Landmark EURO goals

Your browser doesn't support HTML5 video.

Watch Shaqiri's acrobatic finish at EURO 2016

1 Milan Galić (Yugoslavia 4-5 France, 1960)
50 Dragan Džajić (Yugoslavia 2-4 West Germany (aet), 1976)
100 Alain Giresse (France 5-0 Belgium, 1984)
150 Marco van Basten (Netherlands 3-1 England, 1988)
200 Kim Vilfort (Denmark 2-0 Germany, 1992)
250 Jan Suchopárek (Czech Republic 3-3 Russia, 1996)
300 Zlatko Zahovič (Slovenia 1-2 Spain, 2000)
350 Giorgos Karagounis (Greece 2-1 Portugal, 2004)
400 Thierry Henry (France 3-1 Switzerland, 2004)
450 Darijo Srna (Croatia 2-1 Germany, 2008)
500 Xavi Hernández (Spain 3-0 Russia, 2008)
550 Giorgos Karagounis (Greece 1-0 Russia, 2012)
600 Nani (Portugal 1-1 Iceland, 2016)
650 Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland 1-1 Poland (aet, 4-5 pens), 2016)
700 Michael Gregoritsch (Austria 3-1 North Macedonia, 2021)
750 Georginio Wijnaldum (North Macedonia 0-3 Netherlands, 2021)
800 Haris Seferović (France vs Switzerland, 2021)

Download the EURO app