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England: Women's EURO records and stats

Biggest wins, heaviest defeats, highest scorers, most appearances, shoot-outs and more.

 Karen Carney celebrates her equaliser in the 2009 final versus Germany
Karen Carney celebrates her equaliser in the 2009 final versus Germany Bongarts/Getty Images

General

Best result: Runners-up (1984 & 2009)
EURO appearances: 9
Overall record: P28 W11 D3 L14 F40 A51
Group stage record: P15 W5 D3 L7 F23 A26
Knockout record: P13 W6 D0 L7 F17 A25

Tournament record
1984 Runners-up
1987 Fourth place
1989 Did not qualify
1991 Did not qualify
1993 Did not qualify
1995 Semi-finals
1997 Did not qualify
2001 Group stage
2005 Group stage
2009 Runners-up
2013 Group stage
2017 Semi-finals
2022 TBC

Team records

Biggest victory
6-0: England vs Scotland, 19/07/2017 (group stage)

Heaviest defeat
2-6: Germany vs England, 10/09/2009 (final)
0-4: Sweden vs England, 27/06/2001 (group stage)

Highest-scoring draw
1-1: three times – most recently vs Russia, 15/07/2013 (group stage)

Highest-scoring game
8 goals: 2-6 vs Germany, 10/09/2009 (final)

Most goals scored at a Women's EURO
12 goals in 6 games in 2009 (av. 2.00)

Fewest goals scored at a Women's EURO
1 goal in 3 games in 2001 (av. 0.33)

Most goals conceded at a Women's EURO
14 goals in 6 games in 2009 (av. 2.33)

Fewest goals conceded at a Women's EURO
2 goals in 4 games in 1984 (av. 0.50)

Most different scorers at a Women's EURO
6: 2017

Fewest different scorers at a Women's EURO
1: 1995, 2001

Player records

Most appearances
15 Karen Carney (2005, 2009, 2013, 2017)

Most goals
5 Jodie Taylor

Most tournaments with goal
2 Eniola Aluko (2009, 2013)
2 Karen Carney (2005, 2009)
2 Toni Duggan (2013, 2017)

Penalties

Penalty shoot-outs
L 3-4 vs Sweden, final 2nd leg (27/05/1984)

All Women's EURO fixtures

1984
Coach Martin Reagan / Captain Carol Thomas
08/04: England 2-1 Denmark (semi-finals 1st leg, Crewe)
28/04: Denmark 0-1 England (semi-finals 2nd leg, Hjørring)
12/05: Sweden 1-0 England (final 1st leg, Gothenburg)
27/05: England 1-0 Sweden, 3-4 on pens (final 2nd leg, Luton)

1987
Coach Martin Reagan / Captain Debbie Bampton
11/06: Sweden 3-2 England, after extra time (semi-finals, Moss)
13/06: England 1-2 Italy (third-place play-off, Drammen)

1995
Coach Ted Copeland / Captain Gillian Coultard
11/12/94: England 1-4 Germany (semi-finals 1st leg, Watford)
23/02/95: Germany 2-1 England (semi-finals 2nd leg, Bochum)

2001
Coach Hope Powell / Captain Mo Marley
24/06: Russia 1-1 England (group stage, Jena)
27/06: Sweden 4-0 England (group stage, Jena)
30/06: England 0-3 Germany (group stage, Jena)

2005
Coach Hope Powell / Captain Faye White
05/06: England 3-2 Finland (group stage, Manchester)
08/06: Denmark 2-1 England (group stage, Blackburn)
11/06: England 0-1 Sweden (group stage, Blackburn)

2009
Coach Hope Powell / Captain Faye White
25/08: England 1-2 Italy (group stage, Lahti)
28/08: England 3-2 Russia (group stage, Helsinki)
31/08: Sweden 1-1 England (group stage, Turku)
03/09: Finland 2-3 England (quarter-finals, Turku)
06/09: England 2-1 Netherlands, after extra time (semi-finals, Tampere)
10/09: England 2-6 Germany (final, Helsinki)

2013
Coach Hope Powell / Captain Casey Stoney
12/07: England 2-3 Spain (group stage, Linköping)
15/07: England 1-1 Russia (group stage, Linköping)
18/07: France 3-0 England (group stage, Linköping)

2017
Coach Mark Sampson / Captain Steph Houghton
19/07: England 6-0 Scotland (group stage, Utrecht)
23/07: England 2-0 Spain (group stage, Breda)
27/07: Portugal 1-2 England (group stage, Tilburg)
30/07: England 1-0 France (quarter-finals, Deventer)
03/08: Netherlands 3-0 England (semi-finals, Enschede)

2022
06/07: England - Austria (group stage, Old Trafford)
11/07: England - Norway (group stage, Brighton & Hove)
15/07: Northern Ireland - England (group stage, Southampton)