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The 1964 UEFA European Football Championship was hosted by Spain. Having withdrawn in the quater-finals four years earlier after refusing to travel to the Soviet Union, Spain now found themselves playing host to the Soviets and even ended up playing the reigning champions in the final. The home side, starring Luis Suárez, won the match and captured the trophy. England had been ousted by France in the first round.
 
Final
Spain Spain
2-1
Soviet Union Soviet Union

3rd place play-off
Hungary Hungary
3-1
Denmark Denmark
(a.e.t.)

Semi-finals
Hungary Hungary 1-2 Spain Spain Denmark Denmark 0-3 Soviet Union Soviet Union
(a.e.t.)

Quater-finals
(Not part of the final tournament)
Luxembourg Luxembourg
- Denmark Denmark
3-2 2-2 (5-5)
Decider played in Amsterdam:
0-1
Spain Spain
- Ireland Ireland
5-1 2-0 (7-1)
France France
- Hungary Hungary
1-3 1-2 (2-5)
Sweden Sweden
- Soviet Union Soviet Union
1-1 1-3 (2-4)



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