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Yashin Pictures were downloaded from Superspor. Format 17 countries participated. It was played in two-legged cup format. Four teams qualified to the finals in France. The competition was called The European Nations Cup, then.
Euro60 Finals - France
Final 10 Jul 1960 Paris Soviet Union 2-1 Yugoslavia Metrevelli Galic Ponedelnik Third Place 9 Jul 1960 Marseille Czechoslavakia 2-0 France Bubnik Pavlovic
Semi-Finals 6 Jul 1960 Paris Yugoslavia 5-4 France Jerkovic Vincent Jerkovic Heutte Galic Heutte Zanetic Wisniewski Knez 6 Jul 1960 Marseille Soviet Union 3-0 Czechoslavakia Ivanov Ivanov Poneldelnik
Qualifiers
Quarter-finals 8 May 1960 Portugal 2-1 Yugoslavia Santana Kostic Matateu 22 May 1960 Yugoslavia 5-1 Portugal Kostic Cavern Kostic Sekularac Cebinac Galic Yugoslavia won 6-3. 13 Dec 1959 France 5-2 Austria Fontaine Horak Fontaine Pichler Fontaine Vincent Vincent 27 Mar 1960 Austria 2-4 France Nemic Marcel Probst Rahis Heutte Kopa (p) France won 9-4. 22 May 1960 Romania 0-2 Czechoslavakia Masopust Bubnik 29 May 1960 Czechoslavakia 3-0 Romania Bubernik Bubernik Bubka Czechoslavakia won 5-0. - Soviet Union - Spain Soviet Union walkover Spain.
First Round 2 Nov 1958 Romania 3-0 Turkey Oaida Constantin Dinulescu 26 Apr 1959 Turkey 2-0 Romania Lefter Lefter (p) Romania won 3-2. 31 May 1959 Yugoslavia 2-0 Bulgaria Galic Tasic 25 Oct 1959 Bulgaria 1-1 Yugoslavia Diev Mujic Yugoslavia won 3-1. 21 Jun 1959 East Germany 0-2 Portugal Matateu Columa 28 Jun 1959 Portugal 3-2 East Germany Columa Vogt Columa Kohle Cavern Portugal won 5-2. 28 Sep 1958 Soviet Union 3-1 Hungary Ilyin Gorocs Metrevelli Ivanov 27 Sep 1959 Hungary 0-1 Soviet Union Voinov Soviet Union won 4-1. 23 Sep 1959 Denmark 2-2 Czechoslavakia P.Pedersen Kacani B.Hansen Dolinsky 18 Oct 1959 Czechoslavakia 5-1 Denmark Bubernik J.Kramer Bubernik Scherer Scherer Dolinsky Czechoslavakia won 7-3. 20 May 1959 Norway 0-1 Austria Hof 23 Sep 1959 Austria 5-2 Norway Nemic Odegaard Nemic Odegaard Hof Hof Skerlan Austria won 6-2. 28 Jun 1959 Poland 2-4 Spain Pol Di Stefano Brychczy Di Stefano Suarez Suarez 14 Oct 1959 Spain 3-0 Poland Di Stefano Gensana Gento Spain won 7-2. 1 Oct 1958 France 7-1 Greece Kopa Yfantis Fontaine Fontaine Cisowski Cisowski Cisowski Vincent 3 Dec 1958 Greece 1-1 France Papaemmanuel Bruey France won 8-2.
Qualifying Round 5 Apr 1959 Ireland 2-0 Czechoslavakia Tuohy Cantwell (p) 10 Oct 1959 Czechoslavakia 4-0 Ireland Dolinsky Pavlovic Bubernik Stacho (p) Czechoslavakia won 4-2.
Scorers
5 goals CZE Bubernik FRA Fontaine 4 goals FRA Vincent URS Ivanov YUG Galic 3 goals AUT Hof, Nemic FRA Cisowski, Heutte POR Columa SPA Di Stefano YUG Kostic 2 goals CZE Dolinsky, Pavlovic, Scherer, Bubnik FRA Kopa NOR Odegaard POR Cavern SPA Suarez TUR Lefter URS Metrevelli, Ponedelnik YUG Jerkovic 1 goal AUT Skerlan, Horac, Pichler, Probst BUL Diev CZE Stacho, Masopust, Bubka DDR Vogt, Kohle DEN P.Pedersen, P.Hansen, J.Kramer FRA Bruey, Marcel, Rais, Wisniewski GRE Papaemmanuel HUN Gorocs IRE Tuchy, Cantwell POR Matateu, Santana POL Pol, Brychczy ROM Oaida, Constantin, Dinulescu SPA Gensano, Gento URS Ilyin, Voinov YUG Tasic, Mujic, Sekularac, Cebinac, Zanetic, Knez
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