List of UEFA European Championship red cards

The UEFA European Football Championship is an association football competition established in 1960. It is contested by the men's national teams of the members of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), the sport's European governing body, and takes place every four years.[1] This list covers the Finals tournament only; qualifying matches are not included.

List of European Championship red cardsEdit

Players who have been shown a red card in a UEFA European Football Championship match
Player   or
 
Time of cards[2] Representing Score Opponent Tournament Round Date Ref.
Alan Mullery   86'   England 0–1   Yugoslavia UEFA Euro 1968 Semi-finals 5 June 1968 [3]
Jaroslav Pollák   53'   Czechoslovakia 3–1 aet   Netherlands UEFA Euro 1976 Semi-finals 16 June 1976 [4]
Johan Neeskens   76'   Netherlands 1–3 aet   Czechoslovakia UEFA Euro 1976 Semi-finals 16 June 1976 [4]
Wim van Hanegem   115'   Netherlands 1–3 aet   Czechoslovakia UEFA Euro 1976 Semi-finals 16 June 1976 [4]
Manuel Amoros   87'   France 1–0   Denmark UEFA Euro 1984 First round 12 June 1984 [5]
Klaus Berggreen   107'   Denmark 1–1 aet   Spain UEFA Euro 1984 Semi-finals 24 June 1984 [6]
Yvon Le Roux   85'   France 2–0   Spain UEFA Euro 1984 Final 27 June 1984 [7]
Petar Hubchev   72'   Bulgaria 1–1   Spain UEFA Euro 1996 First round 9 June 1996
Juan Antonio Pizzi   75'   Spain 1–1   Bulgaria UEFA Euro 1996 First round 9 June 1996
Luigi Apolloni   28'   Italy 1–2   Czech Republic UEFA Euro 1996 First round 14 June 1996
Yuri Kovtun   71'   Russia 0–3   Germany UEFA Euro 1996 First round 16 June 1996
Thomas Strunz   60'   Germany 0–0   Italy UEFA Euro 1996 First round 19 June 1996
Igor Štimac   56'   Croatia 1–2   Germany UEFA Euro 1996 Quarter-finals 23 June 1996
Radoslav Látal   82'   Czech Republic 1–0   Portugal UEFA Euro 1996 Quarter-finals 23 June 1996
Patrik Andersson   81'   Sweden 1–2   Belgium UEFA Euro 2000 First round 10 June 2000
Radoslav Látal   90'   Czech Republic 0–1   Netherlands UEFA Euro 2000 First round 11 June 2000
Siniša Mihajlović   59'   FR Yugoslavia 3–3   Slovenia UEFA Euro 2000 First round 13 June 2000
Mateja Kežman   88'   FR Yugoslavia 1–0   Norway UEFA Euro 2000 First round 18 June 2000 [8]
Filip de Wilde   84'   Belgium 0–2   Turkey UEFA Euro 2000 First round 19 June 2000
Slaviša Jokanović   63'   FR Yugoslavia 3–4   Spain UEFA Euro 2000 First round 21 June 2000 [9]
Alpay Özalan   29'   Turkey 0–2   Portugal UEFA Euro 2000 Quarter-finals 24 June 2000 [10]
Gheorghe Hagi   59'   Romania 0–2   Italy UEFA Euro 2000 Quarter-finals 24 June 2000 [11]
Nuno Gomes   117'   Portugal 1–2 aet   France UEFA Euro 2000 Semi-finals 28 June 2000 [12]
Gianluca Zambrotta   34'   Italy 0–0 aet   Netherlands UEFA Euro 2000 Semi-finals 29 June 2000 [13]
Roman Sharonov   88'   Russia 0–1   Spain UEFA Euro 2004 First round 12 June 2004 [14]
Johann Vogel   50'    Switzerland 0–0   Croatia UEFA Euro 2004 First round 13 June 2004 [15]
Sergei Ovchinnikov   45'   Russia 0–2   Portugal UEFA Euro 2004 First round 16 June 2004 [16]
Bernt Haas   60'    Switzerland 0–3   England UEFA Euro 2004 First round 17 June 2004 [17]
Stiliyan Petrov   83'   Bulgaria 0–2   Denmark UEFA Euro 2004 First round 18 June 2004 [18]
John Heitinga   75'   Netherlands 2–3   Czech Republic UEFA Euro 2004 First round 19 June 2004 [19]
Bastian Schweinsteiger   90'   Germany 1–2   Croatia UEFA Euro 2008 First round 12 June 2008 [20]
Volkan Demirel   90'   Turkey 3–2   Czech Republic UEFA Euro 2008 First round 15 June 2008 [21]
Eric Abidal   24'   France 0–2   Italy UEFA Euro 2008 First round 17 June 2008 [22]
Sokratis Papastathopoulos   44'   Greece 1–1   Poland UEFA Euro 2012 First round 8 June 2012 [23]
Wojciech Szczęsny   69'   Poland 1–1   Greece UEFA Euro 2012 First round 8 June 2012 [23]
Keith Andrews   89'   Republic of Ireland 0–2   Italy UEFA Euro 2012 First round 18 June 2012 [24]
Lorik Cana   36'   Albania 0–1    Switzerland UEFA Euro 2016 First round 11 June 2016 [25]
Aleksandar Dragović   66'   Austria 0–2   Hungary UEFA Euro 2016 First round 14 June 2016 [26]
Shane Duffy   66'   Republic of Ireland 1–2   France UEFA Euro 2016 Round of 16 26 June 2016 [27]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Ionescu, Romeo (2008). The Complete Results & Line-ups of the European Football Championships 1958-2008. Cleethorpes: Soccer Books Limited. ISBN 978-1-86223-172-6.
  2. ^ In the case of players given a second yellow card, the time of the second card is given.
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  5. ^ "France 1–0 Denmark". Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). 4 October 2003. Archived from the original on 3 January 2015. Retrieved 3 November 2012.
  6. ^ "Denmark 1–1 Spain". Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). 4 October 2003. Archived from the original on 3 January 2015. Retrieved 3 November 2012.
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  8. ^ "Norway 0–1 Yugoslavia". The Guardian. 18 June 2000. Retrieved 18 October 2012.
  9. ^ "Spain find greatness in lateness". The Guardian. 22 June 2000. Retrieved 23 November 2012.
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  11. ^ "Italy 2–0 Romania". Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). 6 October 2003. Archived from the original on 3 January 2015. Retrieved 2 November 2012.
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  13. ^ "Holland v Italy clockwatch". BBC Sport. British Broadcasting Corporation. 29 June 2000. Retrieved 2 November 2012.
  14. ^ "Spain 1–0 Russia". BBC Sport. British Broadcasting Corporation. 12 June 2004. Retrieved 25 October 2012.
  15. ^ "Switzerland 0–0 Croatia". BBC Sport. British Broadcasting Corporation. 13 June 2004. Retrieved 25 October 2012.
  16. ^ "Russia 0–2 Portugal". BBC Sport. British Broadcasting Corporation. 16 June 2004. Retrieved 25 October 2012.
  17. ^ "England 3–0 Switzerland". BBC Sport. British Broadcasting Corporation. 17 June 2004. Retrieved 25 October 2012.
  18. ^ "Bulgaria 0–2 Denmark". BBC Sport. British Broadcasting Corporation. 18 June 2004. Retrieved 25 October 2012.
  19. ^ "Holland 2–3 Czech Republic". BBC Sport. British Broadcasting Corporation. 19 June 2004. Retrieved 25 October 2012.
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