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Stoichkov 65' str. The Czechs lost to Germany, the eventual group winners, in their opener, but then defeated Italy and drew with Russia.
Turkey became the first team since the introduction of a group stage to be eliminated without gaining a point or scoring a goal.
The other three quarter-finalists were Portugal whose " Golden Generation " was competing at its first major tournament , Spain, and a France team featuring a young Zinedine Zidane.
The knockout stage was characterised by negative, defensive play; as a result, only nine goals were scored in the seven games and four of the matches were decided on penalties.
The first quarter-final between the hosts and Spain ended goalless, after Spain had two goals disallowed and two claims for a penalty denied.
The first semi-final, featuring France and Czech Republic, resulted in another 0—0 draw and penalties. Reynald Pedros was the one player to miss in the shootout, as Czech Republic won the penalty shoot-out 6—5.
Alan Shearer headed in after three minutes to give his side the lead, but Stefan Kuntz evened the score less than 15 minutes later, and the score remained 1—1 after 90 minutes.
In extra time, Paul Gascoigne came very close to scoring a golden goal, but fractionally missed a cross from Shearer in front of the empty goal, Darren Anderton hit the post, and Kuntz had a goal disallowed for pushing.
Neither team was able to find a second goal. In penalties, both sides scored their first five kicks, but in the sixth round, Gareth Southgate had his penalty saved, allowing Andreas Möller to score the winning goal.
The final saw the Czech Republic hoping to repeat Euro when Czechoslovakia defeated West Germany; the Germans were aiming to win their third European Championship.
Patrik Berger scored from a penalty in 59th minute to put the Czechs ahead. German substitute Oliver Bierhoff scored in the 73rd minute to make it 1—1.
Five minutes into extra time, Bierhoff's shot was mishandled by Czech goalkeeper Kouba and the ball ended up in the back of the net for the first golden goal in the history of the competition.
The draw for the qualifying competition took place in Manchester on 22 January The qualifying process began in April and concluded in December At the conclusion of the qualifying group stage in November , the eight group winners qualified automatically, along with the six highest-ranked second-placed teams.
The remaining two second-placed teams, the Netherlands and the Republic of Ireland , contested a one-off play-off match in England to decide the final qualifier.
With the extended format, three teams were able to qualify for their first European Championship: Bulgaria , Switzerland and Turkey. Croatia , the Czech Republic and Russia competed for the first time in their own right since the dissolution of Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union though the Russian team is considered by FIFA to be the direct descendant of the Soviet Union and CIS teams that had appeared in six past tournaments and the Czech team is the descendant of the Czechoslovakia team.
Seven of the eight participants at the previous tournament in were again present, with only Sweden — despite also having finished third in the World Cup two years earlier — missing out.
The draw for the final tournament took place on 17 December at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham.
The remaining twelve teams were all unseeded and could be drawn in any group. In the draw procedure, the unseeded teams were drawn one-by-one and placed consecutively into four groups labelled I to IV.
The first four were placed in position 4 of each group, the next four in position 3, and the last 4 in position 2.
Next the four seeded teams were drawn and placed consecutively into position 1 of the groups. While it was decreed in advance that England's group labeled as III would be Group A, the remaining three groups then consecutively from I, II, to IV had a letter drawn to decide the name of their group, and therefore determine what venues they would play at.
The draw resulted in the following groups: . Since the implementation of the Taylor Report in , following the Hillsborough stadium disaster, England now had enough all-seater stadia of sufficient capacity to hold an expanded tournament due to the necessary stadium refurbishment by its leading clubs.
The stadium capacities listed in the table are for the time of the tournament. To accommodate the expansion from an 8-team finals tournament to 16 teams, the format was changed from that used in with the addition of two extra groups in the group stage, and an extra round in the knockout phases.
The four groups A to D still contained four teams each, with the top two from each group still going through to the knockout phase.
The format is exactly the one which was applied to the , and World Cups , except for the absence of a third place play-off. A custom version of the Adidas Questra , the Questra Europa , was the official match ball of the championships.
The design of the ball included a reworking of the England badge, and was the first coloured ball in a major football tournament.
The teams finishing in the top two positions in each of the four groups progress to the quarter-finals, while the bottom two teams in each group were eliminated from the tournament.
For the first time at a European Championship three points were awarded for a win, with one for a draw and a none for a defeat.
For the first time in the history of the European Championship, the position of teams tied on points was decided by their head-to-head record, and not goal difference.
The knockout stage was a single-elimination tournament with each round eliminating the losers. Any game that was undecided by the end of the regular 90 minutes, was followed by up to thirty minutes of extra time.
For the first time in a major football competition, the golden goal system was applied, whereby the first team to score during the extra time would become the winner.
If no goal was scored there would be a penalty shoot-out to determine the winner. For the first time the final was won by a golden goal. Alan Shearer was awarded the Golden Boot award, after scoring five goals in the group stage and in the semi-finals against Germany.
The competition slogan was Football Comes Home reflecting that the sport's rules were first standardised in the United Kingdom.
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Tschechien Tschechien. Italien Italien. Russland Russland. Portugal Portugal. Kroatien Kroatien. Danemark Dänemark.
Turkei Türkei. Juni in London Wembley-Stadion. Juni in Liverpool Anfield. Juni in Manchester Old Trafford. Juni in Birmingham Villa Park. Sonntag, Oliver Bierhoff , Dieter Eilts Sammer, Helmer, Ziege.
Marc Batta. Piero Ceccarini. David Elleray. Mario van der Ende. Anders Frisk. Dermot Gallagher. Guy Goethals.
Gerd Grabher. Egon Bereuter. Alois Manfred Zeiszer. Bernd Heynemann. Hellmut Krug. Klaus Plettenberg.
Egbert Engler. Nikolai Lewnikow. Peter Mikkelsen. Leslie Mottram. Serge Muhmenthaler.