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European Championships stats

1968 - Italy Country Games Goals Stage
Roger Hunt England 2 0 3rd place

1980 - Italy Country Games Goals Stage
Phil Thompson England 3 0 3rd in Group Two
Ray Clemence England  2 0
Phil Neal  England   
Ray Kennedy  England  1 (1)   
Terry McDermott  England  1 (1)   
David Johnson  England   

1988 - West Germany Country Games Goals Stage
John Barnes England 3 0 4th in Group Two
Peter Beardsley England 2 0
Steve McMahon England 1 0
John Aldridge Ireland 3 0 3rd in Group Two
Ray Houghton Ireland 3 1
Ronnie Whelan Ireland 3 1

1996 - England Country Games Goals Stage
Steve McManaman England  5 0 Semi-finals
Robbie Fowler England  (2) 0
Jamie Redknapp England (1) 0

2000 - Belgium / Holland Country Games Goals Stage
Vladimir Smicer  Czech Republic  3 2 3rd in Group D 
Patrik Berger  Czech Republic  1  
Michael Owen England 3 1 3rd in Group A
Emile Heskey England (2) 0
Steven Gerrard England  (1)   
Dietmar Hamann Germany 2 (1) 0 4th in Group A
Sander Westerveld Holland 1 (2) 0 Semi-finals
Vegard Heggem Norway  2 0 3rd in Group C
Stig Inge Bjørnebye Norway 1 (1)  0

2004 - Portugal Country Games Goals Stage
Milan Baros Czech Republic 4 (1)  5 Semi-finals
Vladimir Smicer Czech Republic (3) 1
Steven Gerrard England 4 1 Quarter-finals
Michael Owen England 4 1
Dietmar Hamann Germany 0 3rd in group D

2008 - Austria / Switzerland Country Games Goals Stage
Dirk Kuyt  Holland 3 (1)  Quarter-finals 
Fernando Torres Spain Winner!
Xabi Alonso Spain  1 (3)  0
Jose Reina Spain 1 0
Alvaro Arbeloa Spain 1 0

2012 - Poland / Ukraine Country Games Goals Stage
Steven Gerrard  England 4 Quarter-finals 
Glen Johnson England
Andy Carroll England  1 (2)  1
Jordan Henderson England 0 (2) 0
Daniel Agger Denmark 3 0 3rd in Group B

Numbers in brackets = substitute appearances.
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1992 - Mark Wright in England's group but did not feature.
1996 - Patrik Berger signed for Liverpool following Euro 1996.
2000 - Stig Inge Bjornebye left Liverpool straight after the tournament on 26th July 2000.
2000 - Robbie Fowler in England's group but did not feature.
2004 - Xabi Alonso signed for Liverpool following Euro 2004.

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