The all-time league table based on performance at European Championship tournaments

UEFA EURO 2020 Launch Event

This week's international break has seen a return of the Euro 2020 qualifiers. 

Next summer's tournament is now just nine months away and nations from across the continent are fighting for their place. 

This time around, multiple countries and cities will be hosting the tournament, with fixtures being played in London, Munich, Rome and Baku to name a few. 

That means there won't be a host nation that automatically qualifies for the finals, so every team has to battle it out for one of the 24 places. 

There are currently 10 qualifying groups being played and we're already starting to see some favourites emerge. 

The likes of England, Spain, France, Belgium and Italy all top their respective groups and are expected to be amongst the first to qualify. 

Some surprise sides are also sitting pretty at the top of their groups, including Ukraine, Northern Ireland and Hungary. 

Every country aims to reach the tournament proper, but which nation is actually the most successful once they get there?

Well, wonder no more thanks to one Reddit user, who's compiled a league table based on performances at the finals. Check it out below. 


As you can see, it's Germany that top the all-time table, by quite some distance. 

Their record of 26 wins and 12 draws from 49 matches gives them 90 points. Their goalscoring record is equally impressive, having netted 72 times while conceding just 48. 

The Germans are followed by France and a record of 20 wins and nine draws from 39 gives Les Bleus 69 points. 


In third place are Spain, just one point behind France. Their recent wins at Euro 2008 and Euro 2012 have no doubt helped that record. 

England are way back in seventh, with 10 wins, 11 draws and 10 defeats from their 31 fixtures at the tournament. Gareth Southgate will be hoping to add a few more victories next summer. 

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