UEFA Women's Championship

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The UEFA Women's Championship is the women's version of the UEFA European Football Championship. Germany has had the most titles so far (eight titles).[1] The first champion of the tournament was Sweden[1] The tournament was founded in 1984. The current champions are Germany.[1] Three of the tournaments have been part of the European Competition for Representative Women's Teams and all the rest have been UEFA Women's Championship.

Results[change | change source]

Editions Years Hosts Finals Third place playoff or losing semi-finalists Number of teams
Winners Scores Runners-u

s up

Third place Score Fourth place
1 1984 Various
Sweden
1–0
0–1
(4–3 p)

England
 Denmark and  Italy 4
2 1987  Norway
Norway
2–1
Sweden

Italy
2–1
England
4
3 1989  West Germany
West Germany
4–1
Norway

Sweden
2–1 (aet)
Italy
4
4 1991  Denmark
Germany
3–1 (aet)
Norway

Denmark
2–1 (aet)
Italy
4
5 1993  Italy
Norway
1–0
Italy

Denmark
3–1
Germany
4
6 1995 Various
Germany
3–2
Sweden
 England and  Norway 4
7 1997  Norway
 Sweden

Germany
2–0
Italy
 Spain and  Sweden 8
8 2001  Germany
Germany
1–0 (aet)
Sweden
 Denmark and  Norway 8
9 2005  England
Germany
3–1
Norway
 Finland and  Sweden 8
10 2009  Finland
Germany
6–2
England
 Netherlands and  Norway 12
11 2013  Sweden
Germany
1–0
Norway
 Denmark and  Sweden 12
12 2017  Netherlands
Netherlands
4–2
Denmark
 Austria and  England 16
13 2022  England 16

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