Union of European Football Associations.
In front of a crowd of 67,173, with an estimated global audience of 328 million, Italy won their second European Championship, beating first-time finalists England 3—2 in a following a 1—1 draw after.
The winners of the play-offs for each division, which were decided by two one-off semi-finals the best-ranked team vs.
Italy's goalkeeper Donnarumma explained that his lack of celebration upon saving Saka's strike was because he did not realise that his side had won the match.
This was the first tournament in which a took part and also the first major tournament to have the players' names printed on their backs.
The Danes beat holders the Netherlands on penalties in the semi-finals, then defeated Germany 2—0.