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EURO on this day: 10 July

Wednesday 10 July 2019 8.00 CET

On this day: Éder struck 19 minutes into extra time to land Cristiano Ronaldo-less Portugal their maiden major trophy.

EURO on this day: 9 July

Tuesday 9 July 2019 9.00 CET

On this day: In the only EURO fixture to have taken place, Czechoslovakia beat hosts France to finish third in 1960.

EURO on this day: 6 July

Saturday 6 July 2019 9.00 CET

On this day: The very first UEFA European Championship final tournament kicked off with a nine-goal thriller.

EURO on this day: 4 July

Thursday 4 July 2019 8.00 CET

On this day: Angelos Charisteas's goal helped Greece to stun the world of football.

EURO on this day: 2 July

Tuesday 2 July 2019 9.00 CET

On this day: France beat Italy in dramatic fashion to become the first team to win the EURO as world champions.

EURO on this day: 1 July

Monday 1 July 2019 9.00 CET

On this day: Greece continued their march to glory with a win that brought 100,000 on to the streets of Athens.

EURO on this day: 30 June

Sunday 30 June 2019 9.00 CET

On this day: Berti Vogts' wife took some credit when Oliver Bierhoff struck twice as Germany laid ghosts to rest in 1996.

EURO on this day: 29 June

Saturday 29 June 2019 9.00 CET

On this day: We cast our minds back to 2008, when Spain capped a majestic campaign in style in Austria.

EURO on this day: 28 June

Friday 28 June 2019 9.00 CET

On this day: Zinédine Zidane scored a golden goal in one of the two previous EURO semi-finals.

EURO on this day: 27 June

Thursday 27 June 2019 9.00 CET

On this day: Iceland's fairy tale took a stunning twist with victory against England in the 2016 round of 16.

EURO on this day: 26 June

Wednesday 26 June 2019 9.00 CET

On this day: In 1992, Denmark completed one of the greatest surprises in international football.

EURO on this day: 25 June

Tuesday 25 June 2019 9.00 CET

On this day: The Netherlands lifted the trophy in 1988, but we focus on a sensational 2008 semi-final.

EURO on this day: 24 June

Monday 24 June 2019 9.00 CET

On this day: Portugal have won two quarter-finals on 24 June, and their 2004 last-eight tie had it all.

EURO on this day: 23 June

Sunday 23 June 2019 9.00 CET

On this day: France's 1984 semi-final with Portugal had it all, culminating in Michel Platini's 119th-minute winner.

EURO on this day: 22 June

Saturday 22 June 2019 9.00 CET

On this day: Cristiano Ronaldo scored at a record fourth EURO in a six-goal thriller against Hungary.


The UEFA Foundation for Children has awarded a total €1 million in grants to 20 charities located across Europe – recognition for their tireless efforts to improve the lives of deprived or socially excluded children.Each charity will receive €50,000 in funding support, a critical boost at a time when the COVID-19 pandemic is having a devastating impact on local communities.The Foundation has also committed an additional €50,000 to support the Youth Sports Games – Europe's largest amateur sports event – which organises free competitions for elementary and high school students in ten sports across Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia. In 2019, more than 200,000 children participated in the Games.

2020 UEFA Foundation for Children awards winners

Austrian Football Association
SOS-KinderdorfRoyal Belgian Football Association
Koninklijke Sporting Club City PiratesBelarus Football Association
SOS-Сhildren's Village Marjina GorkaCroatian Football Association
The Croatian Down Syndrome AssociationFootball Association of the Czech Republic
Real Top PrahaDanish Football Association
The Danish Christmas Seal FoundationEnglish Football Association
Coaches Across Continents LtdEstonian Football Association
SOS Children's Village Association of EstoniaGerman Football Association
In Safe Hands e.V.Gibraltar Football Association
Help Me Learn AfricaItalian Football Association
Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino GesùLithuanian Football Association
Nemuno krašto vaikaiIrish Football Association
Irish FA FoundationPolish Football Association
Hope for Mundial AssociationPortuguese Football Federation
Ludotempo – Associação da Promoção do BrincarFootball Union of Russia
Under the Flag of KindnessScottish Football Association
Scottish Charitable Incorporated OrganisationFootball Association of Slovenia
Youth Health and Summer Resort Debeli RtičSwedish Football Association
KIF Örebro DFFUkrainian Association of Football
Football Development in Ukraine

New call for projects

The UEFA Foundation for Children awards were first announced in 2017 and have now provided a total €4 million in grants to help charitable organisations and projects across the European continent.From 1 July to 15 August 2020, the Foundation will invite organisations supporting children's rights to submit new requests for funding on its official website. Its board of trustees will award grants in November. Applicants must meet the following conditions:
  • based in the country of a UEFA member association
  • accept and comply with the Foundation charter and ethics code
  • registered with the relevant national authorities for at least three years and comply with national legal obligations
  • engaged in activities that aim to help vulnerable, deprived or socially excluded children, and must never involve the promotion of talented young footballers