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Women's EURO penalty shoot-out records by national team

A team-by-team rundown of UEFA Women's EURO penalty shoot-out records.

Denmark reached the 2017 final by winning a second of their record four Women's EURO shoot-outs
Denmark reached the 2017 final by winning a second of their record four Women's EURO shoot-outs SPORTSFILE

See the record of all the UEFA Women's EURO 2022 contenders in major tournament penalty shoot-outs.

The records after a team's name refers to UEFA Women's EURO games only.

Austria: W1 L1

L 2017 semi-finals: 0-3 vs Denmark (Breda)
W 2017 quarter-finals: 5-3 vs Spain (Tilburg)

Belgium

none

Denmark: W2 L2

2017 semi-final highlights: Denmark 0-0 Austria (3-0 pens)

W 2017 semi-finals: 3-0 vs Austria (Breda)
L 2013 semi-finals: 2-4 vs Norway (Norrköping)
W 2013 quarter-finals: 4-2 vs France (Linköping)
L 1991 semi-finals: 7-8 vs Norway (Hjørring)

England: W0 L1

L 1984 final second leg: 3-4 vs Sweden (Luton)

In FIFA Women's World Cup
L 2011 quarter-finals: 3-4 vs France (Leverkusen)

Finland

none

France: W0 L2

L 2013 quarter-finals: 2-4 vs Denmark (Linköping)
L 2009 quarter-finals: 4-5 vs Netherlands (Tampere)

In FIFA Women's World Cup
L 2015 quarter-finals: 4-5 vs Germany (Montreal)
W 2011 quarter-finals: 4-3 vs England (Leverkusen)

Germany (inc West Germany): W1 L1

L 1993 semi-finals: 3-4 vs Italy (Rimini)
W 1989 semi-finals: 4-3 vs Italy (Siegen)

In FIFA Women's World Cup
W 2015 quarter-finals: 5-4 vs France (Montreal)

Iceland

none

Italy: W1 L1

W 1993 semi-finals: 4-3 vs Germany (Rimini)
L 1989 semi-finals: 3-4 vs West Germany (Siegen)

Netherlands: W1 L0

W 2009 quarter-finals: 5-4 vs France (Tampere)

In Olympics
L 2021 quarter-finals: 2-4 vs United States (Yokohama)

Northern Ireland

none

Norway: W2 L0

2013 Norway vs Denmark: The full semi-final shoot-out

W 2013 semi-finals: 4-2 vs Denmark (Norrköping)
W 1991 semi-finals: 8-7 vs Denmark (Hjørring)

In FIFA Women's World Cup
W 2019 round of 16: 4-1 vs Australia (Nice)
L
1999 third-place play-off: 4-5 vs Brazil (Pasadena)

Portugal

none

Spain: W1 L0

L 2017 quarter-finals: 3-5 vs Austria (Tilburg)

Sweden: W1 L0

W 1984 final second leg: 4-3 vs England (Luton)

In FIFA Women's World Cup
L 1995 quarter-finals: 3-4 vs China (Helsingborg)

In Olympics
L 2021 final: 2-3 vs Canada (Yokohama)
W
 
2016 semi-finals: 4-3 vs Brazil (Rio de Janeiro)
W
2016 quarter-finals: 4-3 vs United States (Brasilia)

Switzerland

none in final tournament

In qualifying
W 2022 play-off second leg: 3-2 vs Czech Republic (Thun)