How many red cards did Euros have in 2012?

July 27, 2019 Off By idswater

How many red cards did Euros have in 2012?

Three red cards
Red cards. Three red cards were shown over the course of the tournament’s thirty one matches, an average of 0.10 red cards per match.

Who won the 2012 Euro?

Spain national football team
UEFA Euro 2012/Champion

How many matches are in euros?

A very special EURO UEFA EURO 2020 will celebrate 60 years of the tournament and will be played as a ‘EURO for Europe’ in the summer of 2021 across 11 host countries and cities for the first time ever. A total of 11 cities across Europe will deliver 51 matches across 31 days of competition.

How many games will there be in Euro 2021?

UEFA EURO 2020 ran from 11 June to 11 July 2021, with 11 host cities staging the 51 fixtures.

How many red cards are there in Euro 16?

There were only three red cards in 51 games at Euro 2016, that’s one every 17 games. In the top five European leagues last season, there were 446 red cards in 1826 games, one every 4.1 games.

Where was the European Championship held in 2012?

The 2012 UEFA European Football Championship, commonly referred to as UEFA Euro 2012 or simply Euro 2012, was the 14th European Championship for men’s national football teams organised by UEFA. The final tournament, held between 8 June and 1 July 2012, was co-hosted for the first time by Poland and Ukraine,…

When was the draw for UEFA Euro 2012?

The draw for the UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying competition took place in Warsaw on 7 February 2010. Fifty-one teams entered to compete for the fourteen remaining places in the finals, alongside co-hosts Poland and Ukraine.

What was the prize money for winning Euro 2012?

Spain, the winners of Euro 2012, were awarded a total prize of €23 million for their performance. The maximum prize achievable (for winning all group matches and winning the final) was €23.5 million. Complete list:

Who are the two host nations for Euro 2012?

Ukraine and Poland were both assigned to Pot 1 as the two host nations, despite the fact that their rankings were the two lowest in the tournament; this also occurred in 2008 when the co-hosts Switzerland and Austria were also ranked below all other qualified teams.

Where was the UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying held?

The qualifying competition for UEFA Euro 2012 was a series of parallel association football competitions held over 2010 and 2011 to decide the qualifiers for UEFA Euro 2012, held in Poland and Ukraine.

How many teams are in each group of Euro 2012?

There were nine groups. Six of these groups had six teams (one each from pots 1 to 6 below); the remaining three groups consisted of five teams (one each from pots 1 to 5 below). Group competition was a double round robin: each team hosted a game with every other team in its group.

What was the average attendance for Euro 2012?

Five new stadiums were built for the tournament, and the hosts invested heavily in improving infrastructure such as railways and roads at UEFA’s request. Euro 2012 set attendance records for the 16-team format, for the highest aggregate attendance (1,440,896) and average per game (46,481).

Spain, the winners of Euro 2012, were awarded a total prize of €23 million for their performance. The maximum prize achievable (for winning all group matches and winning the final) was €23.5 million. Complete list: