List of UEFA European Championship penalty shoot-outs

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This is a list of all penalty shoot-outs that have occurred in the final tournaments of the UEFA European Championship.

Complete list

Key Penalty shoot-outs in the UEFA European Championship
No. Edition Winners F Losers Penalties Winning team Losing team Round Date & Venue
S M T GK Takers Takers GK
1. 1976,
Yugoslavia
 Czechoslovakia 2–2  West Germany 5–3 0–1 5–4 Viktor Masný soccer ball with check mark
Nehoda soccer ball with check mark
Ondruš soccer ball with check mark
Jurkemik soccer ball with check mark
Panenka soccer ball with check mark
soccer ball with check mark Bonhof
soccer ball with check mark Flohe
soccer ball with check mark Bongartz
soccer ball with red X Hoeneß
Maier Final 20 June 1976,
Belgrade
(Red Star)
2. 1980,
Italy
 Czechoslovakia 1–1  Italy 9–8 0–1 9–9 Netolička Masný soccer ball with check mark
Nehoda soccer ball with check mark
Ondruš soccer ball with check mark
Jurkemik soccer ball with check mark
Panenka soccer ball with check mark

Gögh soccer ball with check mark
Gajdůšek soccer ball with check mark
Kozák soccer ball with check mark
Barmoš soccer ball with check mark

soccer ball with check mark Causio
soccer ball with check mark Altobelli
soccer ball with check mark G. Baresi
soccer ball with check mark Cabrini
soccer ball with check mark Benetti

soccer ball with check mark Graziani
soccer ball with check mark Scirea
soccer ball with check mark Tardelli
soccer ball with red X Collovati

Zoff 3rd place play-off 21 June 1980,
Naples
(San Paolo)
3. 1984,
France
 Spain 1–1  Denmark 5–4 0–1 5–5 Arconada Santillana soccer ball with check mark
Señor soccer ball with check mark
Urquiaga soccer ball with check mark
Víctor soccer ball with check mark
Sarabia soccer ball with check mark
soccer ball with check mark Brylle
soccer ball with check mark J. Olsen
soccer ball with check mark Laudrup
soccer ball with check mark Lerby
soccer ball with red X Elkjær
Qvist Semi-finals 24 June 1984,
Lyon
(Gerland)
4. 1992,
Sweden
 Denmark 2–2  Netherlands 5–4 0–1 5–5 Schmeichel Larsen soccer ball with check mark
Povlsen soccer ball with check mark
Elstrup soccer ball with check mark
Vilfort soccer ball with check mark
Christofte soccer ball with check mark
soccer ball with check mark Koeman
soccer ball with red X Van Basten
soccer ball with check mark Bergkamp
soccer ball with check mark Rijkaard
soccer ball with check mark Witschge
Van Breukelen Semi-finals 22 June 1992,
Gothenburg
(Ullevi)
5. 1996,
England
 England 0–0  Spain 4–2 0–2 4–4 Seaman Shearer soccer ball with check mark
Platt soccer ball with check mark
Pearce soccer ball with check mark
Gascoigne soccer ball with check mark
soccer ball with red X Hierro
soccer ball with check mark Amor
soccer ball with check mark Belsué
soccer ball with red X Nadal
Zubizarreta Quarter-finals 22 June 1996,
London
(Wembley)
6.  France 0–0  Netherlands 5–4 0–1 5–5 Lama Zidane soccer ball with check mark
Djorkaeff soccer ball with check mark
Lizarazu soccer ball with check mark
Guérin soccer ball with check mark
Blanc soccer ball with check mark
soccer ball with check mark De Kock
soccer ball with check mark R. de Boer
soccer ball with check mark Kluivert
soccer ball with red X Seedorf
soccer ball with check mark Blind
Van der Sar 22 June 1996,
Liverpool
(Anfield)
7.  Czech Republic 0–0  France 6–5 0–1 6–6 Kouba Kubík soccer ball with check mark
Nedvěd soccer ball with check mark
Berger soccer ball with check mark
Poborský soccer ball with check mark
Rada soccer ball with check mark

Kadlec soccer ball with check mark

soccer ball with check mark Zidane
soccer ball with check mark Djorkaeff
soccer ball with check mark Lizarazu
soccer ball with check mark Guérin
soccer ball with check mark Blanc

soccer ball with red X Pedros

Lama Semi-finals 26 June 1996,
Manchester
(Old Trafford)
8.  Germany 1–1  England 6–5 0–1 6–6 Köpke Häßler soccer ball with check mark
Strunz soccer ball with check mark
Reuter soccer ball with check mark
Ziege soccer ball with check mark
Kuntz soccer ball with check mark

Möller soccer ball with check mark

soccer ball with check mark Shearer
soccer ball with check mark Platt
soccer ball with check mark Pearce
soccer ball with check mark Gascoigne
soccer ball with check mark Sheringham

soccer ball with red X Southgate

Seaman 26 June 1996,
London
(Wembley)
9. 2000,
Belgium &
Netherlands
 Italy 0–0  Netherlands 3–1 1–3 4–4 Toldo Di Biagio soccer ball with check mark
Pessotto soccer ball with check mark
Totti soccer ball with check mark
Maldini soccer ball with red X
soccer ball with red X F. de Boer
soccer ball with red X Stam
soccer ball with check mark Kluivert
soccer ball with red X Bosvelt
Van der Sar Semi-finals 29 June 2000,
Amsterdam
(Amsterdam Arena)
10. 2004,
Portugal
 Portugal 2–2  England 6–5 1–2 7–7 Ricardo Deco soccer ball with check mark
Simão soccer ball with check mark
Rui Costa soccer ball with red X
Ronaldo soccer ball with check mark
Maniche soccer ball with check mark

Postiga soccer ball with check mark
Ricardo soccer ball with check mark

soccer ball with red X Beckham
soccer ball with check mark Owen
soccer ball with check mark Lampard
soccer ball with check mark Terry
soccer ball with check mark Hargreaves

soccer ball with check mark A. Cole
soccer ball with red X Vassell

James Quarter-finals 24 June 2004,
Lisbon
(Da Luz)
11.  Netherlands 0–0  Sweden 5–4 1–2 6–6 Van der Sar Van Nistelrooy soccer ball with check mark
Heitinga soccer ball with check mark
Reiziger soccer ball with check mark
Cocu soccer ball with red X
Makaay soccer ball with check mark

Robben soccer ball with check mark

soccer ball with check mark Källström
soccer ball with check mark Larsson
soccer ball with red X Ibrahimović
soccer ball with check mark Ljungberg
soccer ball with check mark Wilhelmsson

soccer ball with red X Mellberg

Isaksson 26 June 2004,
Faro/Loulé
(Algarve)
12. 2008,
Austria &
Switzerland
 Turkey 1–1  Croatia 3–1 0–3 3–4 Reçber Turan soccer ball with check mark
Şentürk soccer ball with check mark
Altıntop soccer ball with check mark
soccer ball with red X Modrić
soccer ball with check mark Srna
soccer ball with red X Rakitić
soccer ball with red X Petrić
Pletikosa Quarter-finals 20 June 2008,
Vienna
(Happel)
13.  Spain 0–0  Italy 4–2 1–2 5–4 Casillas Villa soccer ball with check mark
Cazorla soccer ball with check mark
Senna soccer ball with check mark
Güiza soccer ball with red X
Fàbregas soccer ball with check mark
soccer ball with check mark Grosso
soccer ball with red X De Rossi
soccer ball with check mark Camoranesi
soccer ball with red X Di Natale
Buffon 22 June 2008,
Vienna
(Happel)
14. 2012,
Poland &
Ukraine
 Italy 0–0  England 4–2 1–2 5–4 Buffon Balotelli soccer ball with check mark
Montolivo soccer ball with red X
Pirlo soccer ball with check mark
Nocerino soccer ball with check mark
Diamanti soccer ball with check mark
soccer ball with check mark Gerrard
soccer ball with check mark Rooney
soccer ball with red X Young
soccer ball with red X A. Cole
Hart Quarter-finals 24 June 2012,
Kyiv
(Olympic St.)
15.  Spain 0–0  Portugal 4–2 1–2 5–4 Casillas Alonso soccer ball with red X
Iniesta soccer ball with check mark
Piqué soccer ball with check mark
Ramos soccer ball with check mark
Fàbregas soccer ball with check mark
soccer ball with red X Moutinho
soccer ball with check mark Pepe
soccer ball with check mark Nani
soccer ball with red X Alves
Patrício Semi-finals 27 June 2012,
Donetsk
(Donbass)
16. 2016,
France
 Poland 1–1   Switzerland 5–4 0–1 5–5 Fabiański Lewandowski soccer ball with check mark
Milik soccer ball with check mark
Glik soccer ball with check mark
Błaszczykowski soccer ball with check mark
Krychowiak soccer ball with check mark
soccer ball with check mark Lichtsteiner
soccer ball with red X Xhaka
soccer ball with check mark Shaqiri
soccer ball with check mark Schär
soccer ball with check mark Rodríguez
Sommer Round of 16 25 June 2016,
Saint-Étienne
(Geoffroy-Guichard)
17.  Portugal 1–1  Poland 5–3 0–1 5–4 Patrício Ronaldo soccer ball with check mark
Sanches soccer ball with check mark
Moutinho soccer ball with check mark
Nani soccer ball with check mark
Quaresma soccer ball with check mark
soccer ball with check mark Lewandowski
soccer ball with check mark Milik
soccer ball with check mark Glik
soccer ball with red X Błaszczykowski
Fabiański Quarter-finals 30 June 2016,
Marseille
(Vélodrome)
18.  Germany 1–1  Italy 6–5 3–4 9–9 Neuer Kroos soccer ball with check mark
Müller soccer ball with red X
Özil soccer ball with red X
Draxler soccer ball with check mark
Schweinsteiger soccer ball with red X

Hummels soccer ball with check mark
Kimmich soccer ball with check mark
Boateng soccer ball with check mark
Hector soccer ball with check mark

soccer ball with check mark Insigne
soccer ball with red X Zaza
soccer ball with check mark Barzagli
soccer ball with red X Pellè
soccer ball with red X Bonucci

soccer ball with check mark Giaccherini
soccer ball with check mark Parolo
soccer ball with check mark De Sciglio
soccer ball with red X Darmian

Buffon 2 July 2016,
Bordeaux
(Nouveau Stade)
19. 2020,
Pan-European
  Switzerland 3–3  France 5–4 0–1 5–5 Sommer Gavranović soccer ball with check mark
Schär soccer ball with check mark
Akanji soccer ball with check mark
Vargas soccer ball with check mark
Mehmedi soccer ball with check mark
soccer ball with check mark Pogba
soccer ball with check mark Giroud
soccer ball with check mark Thuram
soccer ball with check mark Kimpembe
soccer ball with red X Mbappé
Lloris Round of 16 28 June 2021,
Bucharest
(Arena Națională)
20.  Spain 1–1   Switzerland 3–1 2–3 5–4 Simón Busquets soccer ball with red X
Olmo soccer ball with check mark
Rodri soccer ball with red X
Gerard soccer ball with check mark
Oyarzabal soccer ball with check mark
soccer ball with check mark Gavranović
soccer ball with red X Schär
soccer ball with red X Akanji
soccer ball with red X Vargas
Sommer Quarter-finals 2 July 2021,
Saint Petersburg
(Krestovsky Stadium)
21.  Italy 1–1  Spain 4–2 1–2 5–4 Donnarumma Locatelli soccer ball with red X
Belotti soccer ball with check mark
Bonucci soccer ball with check mark
Bernardeschi soccer ball with check mark
Jorginho soccer ball with check mark
soccer ball with red X Olmo
soccer ball with check mark Gerard
soccer ball with check mark Thiago
soccer ball with red X Morata
Simón Semi-finals 6 July 2021,
London
(Wembley Stadium)
22.  Italy 1–1  England 3–2 2–3 5–5 Donnarumma Berardi soccer ball with check mark
Belotti soccer ball with red X
Bonucci soccer ball with check mark
Bernardeschi soccer ball with check mark
Jorginho soccer ball with red X
soccer ball with check mark Kane
soccer ball with check mark Maguire
soccer ball with red X Rashford
soccer ball with red X Sancho
soccer ball with red X Saka
Pickford Final 11 July 2021,
London
(Wembley Stadium)
Notes
  1. ^ No extra time was played.

Statistics

Antonín Panenka, scorer of the winning penalty for Czechoslovakia in the final in 1976 Andrea Pirlo, who scored for Italy against England in 2012 Key

Shoot-out records

Most shoot-outs in a tournament Fewest shoot-outs in a tournament (since 1976) Most played shoot-out Most penalties taken in a shoot-out Fewest penalties taken in a shoot-out Most penalties scored in a shoot-out Most consecutive scored in a shoot-out Fewest penalties scored in a shoot-out Most penalties missed in a shoot-out Most consecutive misses in a shoot-out

Team records

Most shoot-outs played Most shoot-outs played in a tournament Most shoot-out wins Most shoot-out wins in a tournament Most shoot-out losses Most consecutive shoot-out wins Most consecutive shoot-out losses Most shoot-out wins without losses Most shoot-out losses without wins Most knockout matches played without shoot-outs (since 1976) Fewest penalties scored in a shoot-out Most penalties scored in a shoot-out Most penalties missed in a shoot-out

Taker records

Most participations in shoot-outs Most penalties scored in shoot-outs Most deciding final penalties scored in shoot-outs

Goalkeeper records

Most participations in shoot-outs Most penalties faced in shoot-outs Most penalties conceded in shoot-outs Most penalties saved in shoot-outs Most penalties missed against (saves and off-target shots) in shoot-outs

By team

Team Played Won Lost Win % Years won Years lost S A S %
 Czech Republic 3 3 0 100% 1976†1, 19801, 1996 20 20 100%
 Spain 6 4 2 67% 1984, 2008, 2012, 2020 1996, 2020 20 28 71%
 Portugal 3 2 1 67% 2004, 2016 2012 13 16 81%
 Germany 3 2 1 67% 1996, 2016 1976†3 15 19 79%
 Italy 7 4 3 57% 2000, 2012, 2020†×2 1980, 2008, 2016 29 41 71%
 Denmark 2 1 1 50% 1992 1984 9 10 90%
 Poland 2 1 1 50% 2016 2016 8 9 89%
 France 3 1 2 33% 1996 1996, 2020 14 16 88%
  Switzerland 3 1 2 33% 2020 2016, 2020 9 13 69%
 Netherlands 4 1 3 25% 2004 1992, 1996, 2000 14 20 70%
 England 5 1 4 20% 1996 1996, 2004, 2012, 2020† 18 26 69%
 Turkey 1 1 0 100% 2008 3 3 100%
 Sweden 1 0 1 0% 2004 4 6 67%
 Croatia 1 0 1 0% 2008 1 4 25%

Championship year in bold

Notes

By year

Cesc Fàbregas, scorer of winning penalties for Spain in shoot-outs in two different tournaments (2008 and 2012)
Year Teams Knockout
matches
Shoot-outs Penalty % Penalties scored Penalty attempts Score %
1976 4 4 1 25.0% 8 9 88.9%
1980 8 2 1 50.0% 17 18 94.4%
1984 8 3 1 33.3% 9 10 90.0%
1988 8 3 0 0.0% - - -
1992 8 3 1 33.3% 9 10 90.0%
1996 16 7 4 57.1% 37 42 88.1%
2000 16 7 1 14.3% 4 8 50.0%
2004 16 7 2 28.6% 20 26 76.9%
2008 16 7 2 28.6% 10 16 62.5%
2012 16 7 2 28.6% 12 18 66.7%
2016 24 15 3 20.0% 28 37 75.7%
2020 24 15 4 26.6% 24 38 63.1%
Total 80 22 27.5% 178 232 76.7%

Highest and lowest numbers in bold

See also

References

  1. ^ Ionescu, Romeo (2008). The Complete Results & Line-ups of the European Football Championships 1958-2008. Cleethorpes: Soccer Books Limited. ISBN 978-1-86223-172-6.
  2. ^ "EURO penalty shoot-outs: What was the longest? Who saved the most spot kicks?". UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. 11 July 2021. Retrieved 16 January 2022.
  3. ^ "Tiebreakers explained". BBC Sport (British Broadcasting Corporation). 18 June 2004. Archived from the original on 22 June 2004. Retrieved 7 March 2008.

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