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The 1976 UEFA European Football Championship was hosted by Yugoslavia. Czechoslovakia, who had gotten the better of England in their qualifying group, prevented a replay of the 1974 World Cup final by defeating Holland in the semi-finals. The Czechoslovaks then went on to beat West Germany on penalties in the final, although it took the cheekiest of chipped balls by Czech midfielder Antonin Panenka to get the better of legendary German goalkeeper Sepp Maier.
 
Final
Czechoslowakia Czechoslowakia
2-2
West Germany West Germany
(Penalties: 5-3)

3rd place play-off
Holland the Netherlands
3-2
Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
(a.e.t.)

Semi-finals
Czechoslow. Czechoslowakia 3-1 the Netherlands Holland W Germany West Germany 4-2 Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
(a.e.t.)
(a.e.t.)

Quater-finals
(Not part of the final tournament)
Czechoslowakia Czechoslowakia
- Soviet Union Soviet Union
2-0 2-2 (4-2)
the Netherlands Holland
- Belgium Belgium
5-0 2-1 (7-1)
Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
- Wales Wales
2-0 1-1 (3-1)
Spain Spain
- West Germany West Germany
1-1 0-2 (1-3)



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