COUNTRIES THAT WON THE UEFA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE

The UEFA Women’s Championship is a football competition held in Europe every four years by qualified European countries. The game started in the year 1984 and it is played every one year after the UEFA Men’s Championship. Below is the years the competition took place and the nations that won the titles.

1984 UEFA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

The 1984 UEFA Women’s Championship which is the beginning of the tournament was held in Denmark, England, Italy and Sweden. Sweden became the first nation to take the title after the defeated England in penalty shoot-out at the finals.

1987 UEFA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

The tournament was hosted in Norway for the first time. Norway, the host nation became the champions of the tournament after they defeated the defending champions, Sweden 2-1 in the finals. This was the first title for Norway.

1989 UEFA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

The Euro 89 was held in West Germany for the first time. West Germany and Norway made it to the final stage of the tournament where West Germany defeated Norway 4-1 to take their first title.

1991 UEFA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

The tournament was held in Denmark for the second time. Germany became the champions of the competition after they defeated Norway 3-1 in the finals. This became the second UEFA Women’s Championship title for Germany.

1993 UEFA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

The Euro 93 was hosted in Italy. The finals of the competition was between Norway and the host nation, Italy. Norway beat Italy 1-0 at the final stage of the competition to claim their second UEFA Women’s Championship title.

1995 UEFA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

The tournament was hosted in Germany. The host nation, Germany became the winners of the competition after they defeated Sweden 3-2 in the finals. This became the third UEFA Women’s Championship title for Germany.

1997 UEFA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

England National Team (Female)

The 1997 UEFA Women’s Championship was hosted in Sweden and Norway. Germany and Italy made it to the final stage of the competition where Germany defeated Sweden 2-0 to take their fourth UEFA Women’s Championship title.

2001 UEFA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

The Euro 2001 was held in Germany. Germany the host nation became the champions of the tournament after they beat Sweden 1-th0 in the final stage. This was fifth UEFA Women’s Championship title for Germany.

2005 UEFA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

The competition was hosted in England. Germany became the champions of the competition once again after they defeated Norway 3-1 in the finals. This became the sixth UEFA Women’s Championship title for Germany.

2009 UEFA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

The Euro 2009 was held in Finland for the first time. The defending champions, Germany, became the champions of the tournament after they defeated England 6-2 in the finals. This was the seventh title taken by Germany.

2013 UEFA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

The 2013 UEFA Women’s Championship was held in Sweden. The final game was between Germany and Norway. Germany defeated Norway 1-0 to claim their eighth UEFA Women’s Championship title. Germany is currently the nation with the most titles.

2017 UEFA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

The tournament was held in Netherlands. Netherlands the host nation became the champions of the competition for the first time after they defeated Denmark 4-2 in the finals.

2022 UEFA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

The Euro 2022 was held in England. The host nation, England, became the champions of the tournament for the first time after they defeated Germany 2-1 in the final stage.

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