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Every country's biggest EURO win

Patrick Kluivert celebrates scoring against Yugoslavia
Patrick Kluivert celebrates scoring against Yugoslavia / Gary M. Prior/Getty Images
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Sides representing 32 nations have featured at the UEFA European Championship, with Austria, Latvia and Slovenia the only ones who have never yet tasted victory at a final tournament.

UEFA.com picks out the results that countries can look back on with the most pride.

Albania

Romania v Albania - Group A: UEFA Euro 2016
Albania's Amir Abrashi celebrates / MB Media/Getty Images

1-0 vs Romania, EURO 2016 group stage (19/06/16, OL Stadium, Lyon)

Austria

Yet to win at a final tournament

Belgium

4-0 vs Hungary, EURO 2016 round of 16 (26/06/16, Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse)

Bulgaria

1-0 vs Romania, EURO ’96 group stage (13/06/96, St James’ Park, Newcastle)

Croatia

Zvonimir Boban, Davor Suker
Zvonimir Boban and Davor Suker both scored against Denmark at Euro 96 / Shaun Botterill/Getty Images

3-0 vs Denmark, EURO ’96 group stage (16/06/96, Hillsborough, Sheffield)

Czech Republic (including Czechoslovakia)

3-0 vs Denmark, EURO 2004 quarter-final (27/06/04, Estádio do Dragão, Porto)

Denmark

5-0 vs Yugoslavia, EURO '84 group stage (16/06/84, Stade de Gerland, Lyon)

England

Wayne Rooney
Wayne Rooney announced himself to the world at Euro 2004 / Shaun Botterill/Getty Images

4-1 vs Netherlands, EURO ’96 group stage (18/06/96, Wembley, London)
3-0 vs Switzerland, EURO 2004 group stage (17/06/04, Estádio Cidade de Coimbra, Coimbra)

France

5-0 vs Belgium, EURO '84 group stage (16/06/84, Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes)

Germany (including West Germany)

3-0 vs Slovakia, EURO 2016 round of 16 (26/06/16, Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)
3-0 vs Russia, EURO '96 group stage (16/06/96, Old Trafford, Manchester)
3-0 vs Soviet Union, EURO '72 final (18/06/72, King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels)

Hungary

3-1 vs Denmark, EURO '64 third-place play-off (20/06/64, Camp Nou, Barcelona)
2-0 vs Austria, EURO 2016 group stage (14/06/16, Stade de Bordeaux, Bordeaux)

Iceland

Elmar Bjarnason
Iceland celebrated victory over England with their thunderclap / Dan Mullan/Getty Images

2-1 vs England, EURO 2016 round of 16 (27/06/16, Grand Stade de Nice, Nice)
2-1 vs Austria, EURO 2016 group stage (22/06/16, Stade de France, Saint-Denis)

Italy

2-0 vs Spain, EURO 2016 round of 16 (27/06/16, Stade de France, Saint-Denis)
2-0 vs Belgium, EURO 2016 group stage (13/06/16, OL Stadium, Lyon)
2-0 vs Republic of Ireland, EURO 2012 group stage (18/06/12, Stadion Miejski, Poznan)
2-0 vs France, EURO 2008 group stage (17/06/08, Stadion Letzigrund, Zurich)
2-0 vs Romania, EURO 2000 quarter-final (24/06/00, King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels)
2-0 vs Belgium, EURO 2000 group stage (14/06/00, King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels)
2-0 vs Denmark, EURO '88 group stage (17/06/88, Stadion Köln, Cologne)
2-0 vs Yugoslavia, EURO '68 final (10/06/68, Stadio Olimpico, Rome)

Latvia

Yet to win at a final tournament

Netherlands

6-1 vs Yugoslavia, EURO 2000 quarter-final (25/06/00, Stadion Feijenoord, Rotterdam)

Northern Ireland

Gareth McAuley
Gareth McAuley heads in for Northern Ireland against Ukraine / Michael Steele/Getty Images

2-0 vs Ukraine, EURO 2016 group stage (16/06/16, OL Stadium, Lyon)

Norway

1-0 vs Spain, EURO 2000 group stage (13/06/16, Stadion Feijenoord, Rotterdam)

Poland

1-0 vs Ukraine, EURO 2016 group stage (21/06/16, Stade Vélodrome, Marseille)
1-0 vs Northern Ireland, EURO 2016 group stage (12/06/16, Grand Stade de Nice, Nice)

Portugal

3-0 vs Germany, EURO 2000 group stage (20/06/00, Stadion Feijenoord, Rotterdam)
3-0 vs Croatia, EURO ’96 group stage (19/06/96, City Ground, Nottingham)

Republic of Ireland

1-0 vs Italy, EURO 2016 group stage (22/06/16, Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)
1-0 vs England, EURO '88 group stage (12/06/88, Neckarstadion, Stuttgart)

Romania

Dorinel Munteanu
Romania sent England home at Euro 2000 / Shaun Botterill/Getty Images

3-2 vs England, EURO 2000 group stage (20/06/00, Stade du Pays du Charleroi, Charleroi)

Russia (including Soviet Union and CIS)

4-1 vs Czech Republic, EURO 2012 group stage (08/06/12, Stadion Miejski, Wroclaw)
3-0 vs Denmark, EURO '64 semi-final (17/06/64, Camp Nou, Barcelona)
3-0 vs Czechoslovakia, EURO '60 semi-final (06/07/60, Stade Vélodrome, Marseille)

Scotland

3-0 vs CIS, EURO '92 group stage (18/06/92, NYA Parken, Norrkoping)

Serbia (including Yugoslavia)

5-4 vs France, EURO '60 semi-final (06/07/60, Parc des Princes, Paris)
1-0 vs Norway, EURO 2000 group stage (18/06/00, Stade Maurice Dufrasne, Liege)
1-0 vs England, EURO '68 semi-final (05/06/68, Stadio Artemio Franchi, Florence)

Slovakia

2-1 vs Russia, EURO 2016 group stage (15/06/16, Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)

Slovenia

Yet to win at a final tournament

Spain

Spain v Italy - UEFA EURO 2012 Final
Spain powered past Italy in 2012's final / Sports Illustrated China/Getty Images

4-0 vs Italy, EURO 2012 final (01/07/12, NSK Olimpiyskyi, Kyiv)
4-0 vs Republic of Ireland, EURO 2012 group stage (14/06/12, Gdańsk Stadium, Gdansk)

Sweden

5-0 vs Bulgaria, EURO 2004 group stage (14/06/04, Estádio José Alvalade, Lisbon)

Switzerland

2-0 vs Portugal, EURO 2008 group stage (15/06/08, St. Jakob-Park, Basel)

Turkey

Czech Republic v Turkey - Group D: UEFA Euro 2016
Turkey celebrate during their group stage victory over the Czech Republic / Matthias Hangst/Getty Images

2-0 vs Czech Republic, EURO 2016 group stage (21/06/16, Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens)
2-0 vs Belgium, EURO 2000 group stage (19/06/00, King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels)

Ukraine

2-1 vs Sweden, EURO 2012 group stage (11/06/12, NSK Olimpiyskyi, Kyiv)

Wales

3-0 vs Russia, EURO 2016 group stage (20/06/16, Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse)

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