List of UEFA Women's Championship records

This is a list of records of the UEFA Women's Championship and its qualification matches.

General statistics by tournament

Year Host Champion Winning coach Winning captain Top scorer(s) Golden Player award
1984  England
 Sweden
 Sweden Sweden Ulf Lyfors Sweden Anette Börjesson Sweden Pia Sundhage (3) Sweden Pia Sundhage
1987  Norway  Norway Norway Erling Hokstad Norway Heidi Støre Norway Trude Stendal (3) Norway Heidi Støre
1989  West Germany  West Germany West Germany Gero Bisanz West Germany Doris Fitschen Norway Sissel Grude (2)
West Germany Ursula Lohn (2)
West Germany Doris Fitschen
1991  Denmark  Germany Germany Gero Bisanz Germany Silvia Neid Germany Heidi Mohr (4) Germany Silvia Neid
1993  Italy  Norway Norway Even Pellerud Norway Heidi Støre Denmark Susan Mackensie (2) Norway Hege Riise
1995  Germany  Germany Germany Gero Bisanz Germany Silvia Neid Sweden Lena Videkull (3) Germany Birgit Prinz
1997  Norway
 Sweden
 Germany Germany Tina Theune Germany Doris Fitschen Italy Carolina Morace (4)
Norway Marianne Pettersen (4)
France Angélique Roujas (4)
Italy Carolina Morace
2001  Germany  Germany Germany Tina Theune Germany Doris Fitschen Germany Claudia Müller (3)
Germany Sandra Smisek (3)
Sweden Hanna Ljungberg
2005  England  Germany Germany Tina Theune Germany Birgit Prinz Germany Inka Grings (4) Finland Anne Mäkinen
2009  Finland  Germany Germany Silvia Neid Germany Birgit Prinz Germany Inka Grings (6) Germany Inka Grings
2013  Sweden  Germany Germany Silvia Neid Germany Nadine Angerer Sweden Lotta Schelin (5) Germany Nadine Angerer
2017  Netherlands  Netherlands Netherlands Sarina Wiegman Netherlands Mandy van den Berg England Jodie Taylor (5) Netherlands Lieke Martens

Teams: tournament position

Teams having equal quantities in the tables below are ordered by the tournament the quantity was attained in (the teams that attained the quantity first are listed first). If the quantity was attained by more than one team in the same tournament, these teams are ordered alphabetically.

Most titles won
8,  Germany (1989, 1991, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2013).
Most finishes in the top two
8,  Germany (1989, 1991, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2013).
Most finishes in the top four
9,  Germany (1989, 1991, 1993, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2013);  Norway (1987, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1995, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2013).
Most championship appearances
11,  Italy and  Norway.

Consecutive

Most consecutive championships
6,  Germany (1995–2013).
Most consecutive finishes in the top two
6,  Germany (1995–2013).
Most consecutive finishes in the top four
9,  Germany (1989–2013).
Most consecutive appearances in the finals
11,  Norway (1987–2017).

Gaps

Longest gap between successive titles
6 years,  Norway (1987–1993).
Longest gap between successive appearances in the top two
25 years,  England (1984–2009).
Longest gap between successive appearances in the top four
14 years,  England (1995–2009).
Longest gap between successive appearances in the finals
16 years,  Spain (1997-2013).

Host team

Best finish by host team
Champion:  Norway (1987),  Germany (1989, 1995, 2001) and  Netherlands (2017).
Worst finish by host team
Group stage:  Norway (1997) and  England (2005).

Defending champion

Best finish by defending champion
Champion:  Germany (1991, 1997, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2013).
Worst finish by defending champion
Quarterfinal:  Germany (2017).

Debuting teams

Best finish by a debuting team
Champion:  Sweden (1984),  Norway (1987) and  Germany (1989).

Other

Most finishes in the top two without ever being champion
2,  England (1984, 2009) and  Italy (1993, 1997).
Most finishes in the top four without ever being champion
6,  Italy (1984-1993, 1997).
Most appearances without ever being champion
11,  Italy (1984-1993, 1997-2017).
Most finishes in the top four without ever finishing in the top two
1,  Spain (1997),  Finland (2005) and  Austria (2017).
Most appearances without ever finishing in the top two
6,  France (1997-2017).
Most appearances without ever finishing in the top four
6,  France (1997-2017).
Teams that overcame tournament champion
 Norway, 2013 (1–0 vs Germany).
Most played final
4,  Germany vs  Norway (1989, 1991, 2005, 2013).

Coaches: tournament position

Most championships
3, Gero Bisanz ( Germany, 1989-1991, 1995) and Tina Theune ( Germany, 1997-2005).
Most finishes in the top two
3, Gero Bisanz ( Germany, 1989-1991, 1995); Tina Theune ( Germany, 1997-2005); Even Pellerud ( Norway, 1991-1993, 2013).
Most finishes in the top four
4, Gero Bisanz ( Germany, 1989-1995); Sergio Guenza ( Italy, 1989-1993, 1997); Even Pellerud ( Norway, 1991-1995, 2013).

Teams: matches played and goals scored

All time

Most matches played
40,  Germany.
Most wins
31,  Germany.
Most losses
18,  Italy.
Most draws
8,  Denmark.
Most goals scored
93,  Germany.
Most goals conceded
56,  Italy.
Fewest goals scored
2,  Scotland and  Ukraine.
Fewest goals conceded
1,  Austria.
Highest goal difference
+69,  Germany.
Lowest goal difference
-21,  Russia.

In one tournament

Most goals scored
21,  Germany, 2009.
Most goals scored, champions
21,  Germany, 2009.
Most goals scored, hosts
13,  Germany, 2001,  Sweden, 2013 and  Netherlands, 2017.
Fewest goals scored, champions
2,  Norway, 1993.
Fewest goals scored, hosts
1,  Italy, 1993.

Streaks

Most consecutive wins
19,  Germany, from 2–0 vs Denmark (1997) to 6–2 vs England (2009).
Most consecutive matches without a loss
26,  Germany, from 4–1 vs England (1995) to 3–0 vs Iceland (2013).
Most consecutive losses
6,  Russia, from 0–5 vs Germany (2001) to 1–3 vs France (2013).
Most consecutive matches without a win
12,  Russia, from 1–2 vs Sweden (1997) to 1–1 vs Spain (2013).
Most consecutive Top-scoring team
3,  Germany (2001–2009).

Individual

Most championships
5, Birgit Prinz ( Germany, 1995-2009) and Nadine Angerer ( Germany, 1997-2013).
Most medals
5, Heidi Støre ( Norway, 1987-1995); Birgit Prinz ( Germany, 1995-2009); Nadine Angerer ( Germany, 1997-2013).
Most matches played, finals
23, Birgit Prinz ( Germany, 1995-2009).
Most knockout games played, finals
11, Doris Fitschen ( Germany, 1989-2001) and Birgit Prinz ( Germany, 1995-2009).
Most appearances in a championship final
5, Birgit Prinz ( Germany, 1995-2009).
Youngest player
16 years, 5 months and 3 days, Oksana Yakovyshyn ( Ukraine), vs Netherlands, 23 August 2009.
Oldest player
39 years, 11 months and 6 days, Sandrine Soubeyrand ( France), vs Denmark, 22 July 2013.
Oldest captain
39 years, 11 months and 6 days, Sandrine Soubeyrand ( France), vs Denmark, 22 July 2013.
Largest age difference on the same team
23 years, 4 months and 24 days, 2009,  Ukraine (Olena Mazurenko: 39 years, 9 months and 30 days; Oksana Yakovyshyn: 16 years, 5 months and 3 days).

Goalscoring

Individual

Most goals scored, overall finals
10, Inka Grings ( Germany, 1997–2009) and Birgit Prinz ( Germany, 1995–2009).
Most goals scored, overall qualifying
40, Birgit Prinz ( Germany, 1995–2009).
Most goals scored in a tournament
6, Inka Grings ( Germany, 2009).
Most goals scored in a match
4, Marianne Pettersen ( Norway), vs Denmark, 1997.
Most goals scored in a qualifying match
7, María Paz Vilas ( Spain), vs Kazakhstan, 2013.
Most goals scored in all final matches
5, Birgit Prinz ( Germany), 1 vs Sweden in 1995, 1 vs Italy in 1997, 1 vs Norway in 2005 & 2 vs England in 2009.
Fastest hat-trick
18 minutes, Lena Videkull ( Sweden), scored at 59', 61' and 76', vs Norway, 1995.
Most tournaments with at least one goals
5, Birgit Prinz ( Germany, 1995–2009).
Most tournaments with at least two goals
4, Birgit Prinz ( Germany, 1995-1997, 2005-2009).
Most tournaments with at least four goals
2, Inka Grings ( Germany, 2005-2009).
Youngest goalscorer
16 years, 11 months and 17 days, Isabell Herlovsen ( Norway), vs France, 9 June 2005.
Youngest hat-trick scorer
22 years, 2 months and 18 days, Marianne Pettersen ( Norway), vs Denmark, 30 June 1997.
Youngest goalscorer, final
17 years, 5 months and 1 day, Birgit Prinz ( Germany), vs Sweden, 26 March 1995.
Oldest goalscorer
33 years, 11 months and 26 days, Heidi Støre ( Norway), vs Denmark, 30 June 1997.
Oldest hat-trick scorer
32 years, 2 months and 27 days, Lena Videkull ( Sweden), vs Norway, 5 March 1995.
Oldest goalscorer, final
31 years, 10 months and 16 days, Birgit Prinz ( Germany), vs England, 10 September 2009.
Fastest goal from kickoff in a final
6th minute, Malin Andersson ( Sweden), vs Germany, 1995.
Latest goal from kickoff in a final
98th minute, Claudia Müller ( Germany), vs Sweden, 2001.

Team

Biggest margin of victory
6,  England (6) vs  Scotland (0), 2017.
Biggest margin of victory, qualifying match
17,  Spain (17) vs  Slovenia (0), 1995 Group 7;  Norway (17) vs  Slovakia (0), 1997 Group 1;  Germany (17) vs  Kazakhstan (0), 2013 Group 2.
Most goals scored in a match, one team
6,  Germany vs England, 2009;  England vs Scotland, 2017.
Most goals scored in a final, both teams
8,  Germany (6) vs  England (2), 2009.
Most goals in a tournament, one team
21,  Germany, 2009.
Most individual goalscorers for one team, one tournament
10,  Germany, 2009 (Fatmire Bajramaj, Melanie Behringer, Linda Bresonik, Inka Grings, Annike Krahn, Kim Kulig, Simone Laudehr, Anja Mittag, Célia Okoyino da Mbabi, Birgit Prinz).
Fewest individual goalscorers for one team, one tournament, champions
2,  Norway, 1993 (Birthe Hegstad, Anne Nymark Andersen).

Tournament

Most goals scored in a tournament
75 goals, 2009.
Fewest goals scored in a tournament
8 goals, 1993.
Most goals per match in a tournament
5 goals per match, 1995.
Fewest goals per match in a tournament
2 goals per match, 1993.
Most players scoring at least two goals in a tournament
16, 2009.
Most players scoring at least three goals in a tournament
5, 2005 and 2009.
Most players scoring at least four goals in a tournament
3, 1997 - Carolina Morace ( Italy), Marianne Pettersen ( Norway) and Angélique Roujas ( France);

Top-scoring teams by tournament

Teams listed in bold won the tournament.

Goalkeeping

Most goals conceded, one tournament
14, Rachel Brown ( England, 2009).
Fewest goals conceded, one tournament, champions
0, Reidun Seth ( Norway, 1993).

Coaching

Youngest coach, champions
39 years, 11 months and 19 days, Even Pellerud ( Norway), vs Italy, 1993.
Oldest coach, champions
59 years, 4 months and 1 day, Gero Bisanz ( Germany), vs Sweden, 1995.

Discipline

Most sendings off (tournament)
2, 2001 (in 15 matches); 2017 (in 31 matches).
Most cautions (tournament)
90, 2017 (in 31 matches).

Attendance

Highest attendance in a match
41,301,  Germany vs  Norway, 28 July 2013, Friends Arena, Solna, Sweden, 2013.
Highest attendance in a final
41,301,  Germany vs  Norway, 28 July 2013, Friends Arena, Solna, Sweden, 2013.
Highest attendance in a qualifying match
17,000,  Germany vs  Belgium, 28 October 2007, Lohmühle, Lübeck, Germany, 2009 Group 4.
Highest average of attendance per match
8,750, 1989, hosted by West Germany.
Highest attendance in a tournament
247,041, 2017, hosted by Netherlands.
Lowest attendance in a tournament
11,500, 1993, hosted by Italy.

Total and average attendance

Year Matches Attendance
Total Average Lowest Highest
1984 6 20,720 3,453 ENG  DEN Semi-finals 1,000 SWE  ENG Final 5,552
1987 4 14,428 3,607 SWE  ENG Semi-finals 300 NOR  SWE Final 8,470
1989 4 35,000 8,750 NOR  SWE
SWE  ITA
Semi-finals
Third place match
2,500 FRG  NOR Final 22,000
1991 4 14,050 3,512 GER  ITA Semi-finals 3,000 NOR  DEN Semi-finals 4,850
1993 4 11,500 2,875 DEN  GER Third place match 500 NOR  ITA Final 7,000
1995 5 20,545 4,109 ENG  GER Semi-finals 800 GER  SWE Final 8,500
1997 15 ? ? NOR  ITA Round 1 520 NOR  GER Round 1 7,666
2001 15 92,703 6,180 SWE  RUS Semi-finals 820 GER  SWE Final 18,000
2005 15 118,403 7,894 FRA  ITA Round 1 957 ENG  FIN Round 1 29,092
2009 25 134,907 5,396 RUS  ITA Round 1 1,112 FIN  DEN Round 1 16,334
2013 25 216,888 8,676 RUS  ESP Round 1 2,157 GER  NOR Final 41,301
2017 31 247,041 7,969 ITA  RUS Round 1 669 NED  DEN Final 28,182

Penalty shootouts

Most shootouts, team, all-time
4,  Denmark.
Most shootouts, team, tournament
2,  Denmark, 2013 and  Austria, 2017.
Most shootouts, all teams, tournament
2, 2013 and 2017.
Most wins, team, all-time
2,  Norway.
Most losses, team, all-time
2,  Denmark and  France.
Most successful kicks, shootout, one team
8,  Norway, vs Denmark, 1991
Most successful kicks, shootout, both teams
15,  Norway (8) vs  Denmark (7), 1991.
Most successful kicks, team, all-time
13,  Denmark (in 3 shootouts).
Most successful kicks, team, tournament
8,  Norway, 1991 (in 1 shootouts).
Most successful kicks, all teams, tournament
15, 1991 (in 1 shootouts).
Jodie Taylor

Jodie Lee Taylor (born 17 May 1986) is an English footballer who plays as a striker for Reign FC, and currently on loan to Australian club Melbourne City for the 2018–19 W-League season. She began her club career with local team Tranmere Rovers and had brief spells in her home country with Birmingham City, Lincoln Ladies, and Arsenal. A well-traveled player, she has also played in Sweden and the United States.

Taylor represented England at youth level before making her senior international debut in 2014. She scored the opening goal in the 2–1 quarter-final win over hosts Canada at the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup. England went on to win the bronze medal at the tournament. Taylor won the Golden Shoe award as top goalscorer at Euro 2017, scoring five goals in four appearances.

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