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The 1968 UEFA European Football Championship was hosted by Italy. The knock-out format was abandoned for the third edition of the tournament. The qualifying phase now took the form of a group round, followed by quater-finals that consisted of a home- and away game, resulting in four countries progressing to the actual tournament. The home country clinched the title, but the Italians made hard work of it. It took them a coin toss in the semi-final against the Soviet Union and a replay in the final against Yugoslavia. England achieved their best ever result at a European Championship by finishing third.
 
Final
Italy Italy
1-1
Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
(Replay: 2-0)

3rd place play-off
England England
2-0
Soviet Union Soviet Union

Semi-finals
Soviet Union Soviet Union 0-0 Italy Italy England England 0-1 Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
(Italy progressed on a coin toss)

Quater-finals
(Not part of the final tournament)
Bulgaria Bulgaria
- Italy Italy
3-2 0-2 (3-4)
Hungary Hungary
- Soviet Union Soviet Union
2-0 0-3 (2-3)
England England
- Spain Spain
1-0 2-1 (3-1)
France France
- Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
1-1 1-5 (2-6)



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