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Germany: Women's EURO records and stats

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

Germany with the trophy after the UEFA Women's EURO 2009 final in Helsinki
Germany with the trophy after the UEFA Women's EURO 2009 final in Helsinki Bongarts/Getty Images

Best result: Winners (1989, 1991, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2013)
EURO appearances: 11
Overall record: P40 W31 D6 L3 F88 A24
Group stage record: P18 W13 D4 L1 F39 A5
Knockout record: P22 W18 D2 L2 F49 A19

Tournament record
1984 Did not qualify
1987 Did not qualify
1989 Winners (as West Germany)
1991 Winners
1993 Fourth place
1995 Winners
1997 Winners
2001 Winners
2005 Winners
2009 Winners
2013 Winners
2017 Quarter-finals
2022 TBC

Team records

Biggest victory
5-0: Germany vs Russia, 27/06/2001 (group stage)

Heaviest defeat
3-1: Denmark vs Germany, 03/07/1993 (third-place play-off)

Highest-scoring draw
1-1: three times, most recently vs Italy, 30/06/1997 (group stage)

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

Most goals scored at a Women's EURO
21 goals in 6 games in 2009 (av. 3.50)

Fewest goals scored at a Women's EURO
2 goals in 2 games in 1993 (av. 1.00)

Most goals conceded at a Women's EURO
5 goals in 6 games in 2009 (av. 0.83)

Fewest goals conceded at a Women's EURO
1 goal in 2 games in 1991 (av. 0.50)
1 goal in 5 games in 1997 (av. 0.20)
1 goal in 5 games in 2001 (av. 0.20)
1 goal in 6 games in 2013 (av. 0.17)

Most different scorers at a Women's EURO
10: 2009

Fewest different scorers at a Women's EURO
2: 1993

Player records

Most appearances
23: Birgit Prinz (1995, 1997, 2001, 2005, 2009)

Most goals
10: Inka Grings
10: Birgit Prinz

Most tournaments with goal
5: Birgit Prinz (1995, 1997, 2001, 2005, 2009)

Penalties

Penalty shoot-outs
W 4-3 vs Italy, semi-finals (28/06/1989)
L 3-4 vs Italy, semi-finals (30/06/1993)

All Women's EURO fixtures

1989
Coach Gero Bisanz / Captain Doris Fitschen
28/06: West Germany 1-1 Italy (semi-finals, Siegen) Won 4-3 on penalties
02/07: West Germany 4-1 Norway (final, Osnabrück)

1991
Coach Gero Bisanz / Captain Silvia Neid
11/07: Italy 0-3 Germany (semi-finals, Frederikshavn)
14/07: Germany 3-1 Norway, after extra time (final, Aalborg)

1993
Coach Gero Bisanz / Captain Silvia Neid
30/06: Italy 1-1 Germany (semi-finals, Rimini) Lost 4-3 on penalties
03/07: Germany 1-3 Denmark (third-place play-off, Cesenatico)

1995
Coach Gero Bisanz / Captain Silvia Neid
11/12/94 : England 1-4 Germany (semi-finals 1st leg, Watford)
23/02: Germany 2-1 England (semi-finals 2nd leg, Bochum)
26/03: Germany 3-2 Sweden (final, Kaiserslautern)

1997
Coach Tina Theune / Captain Martina Voss
30/06: Germany 1-1 Italy (group stage, Moss)
03/07: Norway 0-0 Germany (group stage, Moss)
06/07: Denmark 0-2 Germany (group stage, Moss)
09/07: Sweden 0-1 Germany (semi-finals, Karlstad)
12/07: Germany 2-0 Italy (final, Oslo)

2001
Coach Tina Theune / Captain Doris Fitschen
23/06: Germany 3-1 Sweden (group stage, Erfurt)
27/06: Germany 5-0 Russia (group stage, Erfurt)
30/06: England 0-3 Germany (group stage, Jena)
04/07: Germany 1-0 Norway (semi-finals, Ulm)
07/07: Germany 1-0 Sweden, after extra time (final, Ulm)

2005
Coach Tina Theune / Captain Birgit Prinz
06/06: Germany 1-0 Norway (group stage, Warrington)
09/06: Italy 0-4 Germany (group stage, Preston)
12/06: Germany 3-0 France (group stage, Warrington)
15/06: Germany 4-1 Finland (semi-finals, Preston)
19/06: Germany 3-1 Norway (final, Blackburn)

2009
Coach Silvia Neid / Captain Birgit Prinz
24/08 : Germany 4-0 Norway (group stage, Tampere)
27/08 : France 1-5 Germany (group stage, Tampere)
30/08: Germany 1-0 Iceland (group stage, Tampere)
04/09: Germany 2-1 Italy (quarter-finals, Lahti)
07/09: Germany 3-1 Norway (semi-finals, Helsinki)
10/09: England 2-6 Germany (final, Helsinki)

2013
Coach Silvia Neid / Captain Nadine Angerer
11/07: Germany 0-0 Netherlands (group stage, Växjö)
14/07: Iceland 0-3 Germany (group stage, Växjö)
17/07: Germany 0-1 Norway (group stage, Kalmar)
21/07: Italy 0-1 Germany (quarter-finals, Växjö)
24/07: Sweden 0-1 Germany (semi-finals, Gothenburg)
28/07: Germany 1-0 Norway (final, Solna)

2017
Coach Steffi Jones / Captain Dzsenifer Marozsán
17/07: Germany 0-0 Sweden (group stage, Breda)
21/07: Germany 2-1 Italy (group stage, Tilburg)
25/07: Russia 0-2 Germany (group stage, Utrecht)
30/07: Germany 1-2 Denmark (quarter-finals, Rotterdam)

2022
08/07: Germany - Denmark (group stage, London)
12/07: Germany - Spain (group stage, London)
16/07: Finland - Germany (group stage, Milton Keynes)