How many groups were in the euro in 1992?

How many groups were in the euro in 1992?

The draw for the final tournament took place on 17 January 1992 in Gothenburg. Only two teams were seeded: Sweden (as hosts) and the Netherlands (as holders). The remaining six teams were all unseeded and could be drawn in any group….Final draw.

Pos Team
A2 France
A3 Yugoslavia → Denmark
A4 England

How good was the Yugoslavia football team?

The national team participated in eight World Cups and four Euros, won the Olympic football tournament in 1960 at the Summer Games (they also finished second three times and third once), and developed a reputation for skillful and attacking football, leading them to be dubbed “the Brazilians of Europe”.

What teams were in Euro 92?

The UEFA Euro 1992 Final was the final match of Euro 1992, the ninth European Football Championship, UEFA’s top football competition for national teams. The match was played at the Nya Ullevi in Gothenburg, Sweden, on 26 June 1992 and was contested by Denmark and Germany.

Who is on team Yugoslavia?

Today’s Yugoslavia XI would be one of the world’s best national…

  • GK | Jan Oblak (Slovenia)
  • CB | Stefan Savic (Montenegro)
  • CB | Duje Caleta-Car (Croatia)
  • CB | Nikola Milenkovic (Serbia)
  • DM | Marcelo Brozovic (Croatia)
  • CM | Miralem Pjanic (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
  • CM | Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (Serbia)

Who won the Euro’s 1992?

Denmark national football teamUEFA Euro 1992 / Champion

Who won the 1992 Euro final?

Denmark national football teamUEFA Euro 1992 Final / Champion

When did Yugoslavia beat the Dream Team?

Many of the former Yugoslav players of this era were a part of the under-21 national team that won the FIBA World Junior Championships in 1987, defeating the U.S. both in pool play and in the final.

How many times have England beaten Denmark?

England vs Denmark head-to-head England have beaten the Danes in 12 of their 17 encounters, although they haven’t recorded a competitive win since 2002. And Southgate’s team failed to beat their semi-final opponents in the Nations League last autumn, drawing 0-0 in Copenhagen and losing 1-0 at Wembley.