The Europe XI is an association football scratch team mainly consisting of players from the UEFA region but, on occasion, players hailing from other continents playing for European teams are invited to play. The European XI play one-off games against clubs, national teams, collectives of other confederations, or a World XI made up of players from all the other continents. Because of this, no governing body in the sport officially recognises the team and each incarnation of the team is not seen as a continuation of any other. The causes for these games are anniversaries, testimonials or for charity. Proceeds earned from the games are donated to good causes and the players, coaching staff, and stadium owners are not paid for the event. In recent years, these games have been broadcast live on television.
| England 3–0 Rest of Europe XI[a]|
(London, England; 26 October 1938)
| Yugoslavia 2–7 Europe XI|
(Belgrade, Yugoslavia; 23 September 1964)
| Great Britain 6–1 Rest of Europe|
(Glasgow, Scotland; 10 May 1947)
|Date||Opponent||Stadium||Result||Goals for Europe XI||Reason|
|27 February 2007||U18 Africa XI||Mini Estadi, Barcelona||1–6||Aarón Ñíguez (2×), Manuel Fischer (2×), Bojan Krkić, Aleksandr Prudnikov||2007 UEFA–CAF Meridian Cup|
|1 March 2007||U18 Africa XI||Mini Estadi, Barcelona||0–4||Krisztián Németh, Manuel Fischer, Aleksandr Prudnikov, Ádám Dudás||2007 UEFA–CAF Meridian Cup|
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