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.

Past Results[change | change source]

Year Host Winner Score Runners-up
2013 Sweden Sweden
Germany
1-0
Norway
2009 Finland Finland
Germany
6-2
England
2005 England England
Germany
3–1
Norway
2001 Germany Germany
Germany
1-0
(gg)

Sweden
1997 Norway Norway &
Sweden Sweden

Germany
2-0
Italy
1995 Germany Germany
Germany
3–2
Sweden
1993 Italy Italy
Norway
1-0
Italy
1991 Denmark Denmark
Germany
3–1
(a.e.t.)

Norway
Year Host Winner Score Runners-up
1989 West Germany West Germany
West Germany
4–1
Norway
1987 Norway Norway
Norway
2–1
Sweden
1984 Final in two legs
Sweden
1-1
(4-3 Pen.)

England

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