Facts and figures

Finals
UEFA European Under-21 Championship
2015: Sweden 0-0 Portugal (4-3 pens); Prague, Czech Republic
2013: Spain 4-2 Italy; Jerusalem, Israel
2011: Spain 2-0 Switzerland; Aarhus, Denmark
2009: Germany 4-0 England; Malmo, Sweden
2007: Netherlands 4-1 Serbia; Groningen, Netherlands
2006: Netherlands 3-0 Ukraine; Porto, Portugal
2004: Italy 3-0 Serbia & Montenegro; Bochum, Germany
2002: Czech Republic 0-0 France (3-1 pens); Basel, Switzerland
2000: Italy 2-1 Czech Republic; Bratislava, Slovakia
1998: Spain 1-0 Greece; Bucharest, Romania
1996: Italy 1-1 Spain (4-2 pens); Barcelona, Spain
1994: Italy 1-0 Portugal (aet); Montpellier, France
1992: Italy 2-1 Sweden (agg); two legs, Ferrara and Vaxjo
1990: Soviet Union 7-3 Yugoslavia (agg); two legs, Sarajevo and Simferopol
1988: France 3-0 Greece (agg); two legs, Piraeus and Besancon
1986: Spain 3-3 Italy (agg; 3-0 pens); two legs, Rome and Valladolid
1984: England 3-0 Spain (agg); two legs, Seville and Sheffield
1982: England 5-4 West Germany (agg); two legs, Sheffield and Bremen
1980: Soviet Union 1-0 East Germany (agg); two legs, Rostock and Moscow
1978: Yugoslavia 5-4 East Germany (agg); two legs, Halle and Mostar

Biggest wins
Qualifying: Spain 14-0 San Marino (2006)
Two-legged knockout: England 6-1 France (1984), West Germany 5-0 Soviet Union (1982), Hungary 5-0 Poland (1986), Denmark 5-0 Poland (1992)
Final tournament: England 6-0 Turkey (2000)

Individual match goalscoring
Qualifying: 5
Gojko Kačar (Serbia v Hungary, 07/09/08)
Jan Chramosta (Andorra v Czech Republic, 05/06/12)

Final tournament: 3
Saúl Ñíguez (Spain v Italy, 27/06/17)
Marco Asensio (Spain v FYR Macedonia, 17/06/17)
Jan Kliment (Serbia v Czech Republic, 20/06/15)
Marcus Berg (Sweden v Belarus, 16/06/09)

Two-legged tie: 4
Aris Karasavvidis (Greece v Netherlands, semi-final first leg, 13/04/88)
Mark Hateley (England v France, quarter-final first leg, 28/02/84)

Overall competition top scorers
2015: Saido Berahino (England) 10
2013: Rodrigo (Spain) 12
2011: Tomáš Pekhart (Czech Republic) 10
2009: Robert Acquafresca (Italy) 8
2007: Nikita Bazhenov (Russia), Igor Denisov (Russia), Dragan Mrdja (Serbia), Maceo Rigters (Netherlands), Theo Walcott (England) 4
2006: Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Netherlands) 14
2004: Alberto Gilardino (Italy) 11
2002: Ricardo Cabanas (Switzerland) 9
2000: Lampros Choutos (Greece) 15
1998: Steffen Iversen (Norway) 9
1996: Roy Makaay (Netherlands), Ole Gunnar Solskjær (Norway) 10
1994: Toni (Portugal) 8
1992: Peter Møller (Denmark) 9
1990: Igor Kolyvanov (USSR) 9
1988: Aristidis Karasavidis (Greece) 5
1986: Gianluca Vialli (Italy) 4
1984: Mark Hateley (England) 6
1982: Pierre Littbarski (West Germany) 6
1980: Ramaz Shengelia (USSR) 3
1978: Vahid Halilhodžić (Yugoslavia) 6

Finals top scorers
2015: Jan Kliment (Czech Republic) 3
2013: Álvaro Morata (Spain) 4
2011: Adrián (Spain) 5
2009: Marcus Berg (Sweden) 7
2007: Maceo Rigters (Netherlands) 4
2006: Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Netherlands) 4
2004: Alberto Gilardino (Italy), Johan Elmander (Sweden) 4
2002: Massimo Maccarone (Italy) 3
2000: David Jarolím (Czech Republic), Igor Tudor (Croatia), Lukáš Došek (Czech Republic) 2
1998: Steffen Iversen (Norway), Nikos Liberopoulos (Greece) 3
1996: Raúl González (Spain) 3
1994: João Vieira Pinto (Portugal) 3
1992: Renato Buso (Italy) 3
1990: Davor Šuker (Yugoslavia), Andrei Sidelnikov (USSR) 3
1988: Aris Karasavvidis (Greece) 5
1986: Gianluca Vialli (Italy) 4
1984: Mark Hateley (England) 6
1982: Pierre Littbarski (West Germany) 6
1980: Ramaz Shengelia (USSR) 3
1978: Vahid Halilhodžić (Yugoslavia) 6

All time top scorers (final tournaments)
Marcus Berg (Sweden) 7
Vahid Halilhodžić (Yugoslavia) 6
Pierre Littbarski (West Germany) 6
Adrian López (Spain) 5
Saúl Ñíguez (Spain) 5

All time top scorers (including qualifying)
Lampros Choutos (Greece) 15
Tomáš Pekhart (Czech Republic) 15
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Netherlands) 14
Roy Makaay (Netherlands) 14

Most appearances (final tournaments)
Branislav Ivanović (Serbia) 13
Dejan Milovanović (Serbia) 11
Nathaneil Chalobah (England) 10
David de Gea (Spain) 10
Nathan Redmond (England) 10
Thiago Alcántara (Spain) 10
Milan Bisevac (Serbia) 9
Matteo Brighi (Italy) 9
Daniël de Ridder (Netherlands) 9
Boško Janković (Serbia) 9
Martín Montoya (Spain) 9
Iker Muniain (Spain) 9

Most appearances (including qualifying)
James Milner (England) 32
Jan Polák (Czech Republic) 29
Mickaël Landreau (France) 28
Branislav Ivanović (Serbia) 27
Gerard Deulofeu (Spain) 26
Jean-François Gillet (Belgium) 26
Jonas Kamper (Denmark) 26

2017 qualifying top scorers
Patrik Schick (Czech Republic) 10
Uroš Djurdjević (Serbia) 9
Michael Gregoritsch (Austria) 9
Gerard Deulofeu (Spain) 8
Marcus Ingvartsen (Denmark) 8
Munir El Haddadi (Spain) 7
Stipe Perica (Croatia) 7
Davie Selke (Germany) 7

Highest attendances
Qualifying: Turkey v Germany, Istanbul, 18/11/03, 42,000
Final tournament (except final): Switzerland v Italy, Basel, 22/05/02, 30,000
Final: Italy v Spain, Barcelona, 31/05/96, 35,500

(Statistics apply for UEFA European Under-21 Championship from 1978 onwards. All years given are dates for final tournament; four teams until 1998, including two-legged semi-finals and final until 1994)

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