UEFA EURO 2020 FOOTBALL API / DATA

Live-scores

Using our football api you can get data for getting live-scores for the UEFA EURO 2020. This includes the most up-to-date information of live-scores in each match at the UEFA EURO, thanks to our live-score APIs. You can choose how to get the live-scores: all currently played games or individual groups – it's up to you!

Getting Live-scores

Fixtures

Let your visitors and user know “what games come next?” through our specialised UEFA UERO api. “Where?” or “when?” you can answer these questions using the fixtures API endpoints!
Psst… , you can filter the fixtures by group or tournament stage!

Getting scheduled games

Group Standings

By using it, the standings api for the UEFA EURO 2020 you will get information about the classification during the group stage. More information to follow before the beginning, during the course of, and after the end of the UEFA EURO 2020.

Getting Group Standings * Standings are only available in the advanced package.

In play events

Get instant, fast and reliable information to in-play events such as goals scored, the minute of scoring, goal scorer or yellow/red cards by using our EURO 2020 in-play events API.

Getting In Play Events

Groups

Group A

  • Italy
  • Switzerland
  • Wales
  • Turkey

Group B

  • Belgium
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • Russia

Group C

  • Austria
  • Netherlands
  • Winner Playoff D
  • Ukraine

Group D

  • Croatia
  • Czech Republic
  • England
  • Winner Playoff C

Group E

  • Winner Playoff B
  • Poland
  • Spain
  • Sweden

Group F

  • France
  • Germany
  • Winner Playoff A
  • Portugal
  • Discover The Participants

Italy


Italy hosted the competition twice, in 1968 and 1980. The first time it hosted it, was also the time in which it won the European Championship. Recently it played the final, losing it in 2000 against France and in 2012 against Spain. In 1980 and 1988 instead arrived only to the semi-finals, losing them.

Host 2 1968 - 1980
Winners 1 1968
Second 2 2000 - 2012
Semi-Finals 2 1980 - 1988

France


France is the country that hosted the competition the most, three times in 1960, 1984 and 2016. 1984 is also the first year in which it won the competition, the next and last time was in 2000. It arrived in a second-place only in 2016 against Portugal, and it lost the semi-finals in 1960 and 1996.

Host 3 1960 - 1984 - 2016
Winners 2 1984 - 2000
Second 1 2016
Semi-Finals 2 1960 - 1996

Spain


Together with Germany, Spain is the country that won the competition the most, for an amount of 3 times (1964, 2008, 2012), and arrived at the second place once in 1984, losing against France. It hosted the competition only once in 1964 and it won that same edition.

Host 1 1964
Winners 3 1964 - 2008 - 2012
Second 1 1984
Semi-Finals 2 -

Belgium


Belgium hosted the competition twice, in 1972 and 2000, the second time it hosted it together with the Netherlands. It never won the European Championship, but in 1980 it arrived second, and in 1972 it lost in the semi-finals.

Host 1 1976
Winners 0
Second 2 1960 - 1968
Semi-Finals 1 1976

Germany


West Germany first, and just Germany later, is the most winning country in the competition together with Spain, it gained 3 titles in 1972, 1980 and 1996, against in order Soviet Union, Belgium and the Czech Republic. It also reached three times the second places in 1976, 1992 and 2008 and it stopped three times on the semi-finals (1988, 2012, 2016).

Host 2 1988 - 2024
Winners 3 1972 - 1980 - 1996
Second 3 1976 - 1992 - 2008
Semi-Finals 3 1988 - 2012 - 2016

Sweden


Sweden hosted the competition in 1992, and that’s also the year in which it arrived at the semi-finals, it never went further in the European Championship.

Host 1 1992
Winners 0
Second 0
Semi-Finals 1 1992

England


England never arrived further than the semi-finals in the UEFA European Championship, reached in 1968 and 1996. In 1996 it was also the host of the competition.

Host 1 1996
Winners 0
Second 0
Semi-Finals 2 1968 - 1996

Netherlands


The Netherlands hosted only the 2000 edition of the European Championship, together with Belgium. It won it once in 1988, and it often arrived at the semi-finals, in 1976, 1992, 2000, 2004.

Host 1 2000
Winners 1 1988
Second 0
Semi-Finals 4 1976 - 1992 - 2000 - 2004

Portugal


The year in which Portugal won second place in the UEFA European Championship is the year in which it also hosted it (2004). It only won one title, the one of the last edition (2016), so Portugal is the current European champion. It lost in the semi-finals stage three times, in 1984, 2000, 2012.

Host 1 2004
Winners 1 2016
Second 1 2004
Semi-Finals 3 1984 - 2000 - 2012

Austria


Austria hosted the competition only in 2008, together with Switzerland, but it never arrived in the final stages.

Host 1 2008
Winners 0
Second 0
Semi-Finals 0

Switzerland


Switzerland hosted the competition only in 2008, together with Austria, but it never arrived in the final stages.

Host 1 2008
Winners 0
Second 0
Semi-Finals 0

Ukraine


Ukraine hosted the competition only in 2012, together with Poland, but it never arrived at the final stages

Host 1 2012
Winners 0
Second 0
Semi-Finals 0

Poland


Poland hosted the competition only in 2012, together with Ukraine, but it never arrived in the final stages.

Host 1 2012
Winners 0
Second 0
Semi-Finals 0

Russia


Russia never hosted the competition but won it once in 1960, and it arrived second three times in 1964, 1972, 1988. In 1968 instead, it only managed to reach the semi-finals.

Host 0
Winners 1 1960
Second 3 1964 - 1972 - 1988
Semi-Finals 2 1968 - 2008

Czech


Czechoslovakia first, Czech Republic later, never hosted the competition but managed to win it once in 1976 and to arrive second once in 1996. It often arrived at the semi-finals in 1960, 1980 and 2004.

Host 0
Winners 0
Second 1 1996
Semi-Finals 3 1960 - 1980 - 2004

Denmark


Denmark won the competition once in 1992 and arrived at the semi-finals twice in 1962 and 1984, but it never hosted the UEFA European Championship.

Host 0
Winners 1 1992
Second 0
Semi-Finals 2 1964 - 1984

Wales


Wales never won or hosted the competition, but it arrived at the semi-finals in 2016.

Host 0
Winners 1 1992
Second 0
Semi-Finals 2 1964 - 1984

Turkey


Turkey never won or hosted the competition, but it arrived at the semi-finals in 2008.

Host 0
Winners 0
Second 0
Semi-Finals 1 2008

Croatia


Croatia never hosted the UEFA EURO and has never reached the semi-finals on any occassion. It's top performance is Quarter-Finals

Host 0
Winners 0
Second 0
Semi-Finals 0

Finland


Finland is going to play for the first at the final stage of the UEFA EURO in 2020

Host 0
Winners 0
Second 0
Semi-Finals 0

Host Cities