Information About the Euro Cup 12 June – 12 July 2021

Information About the Euro Cup 12 June – 12 July 2021

Hello football lovers, Come back with us to discuss information about world football. On this occasion, the admin will discuss a world-class soccer competition which will soon begin, especially if it is not the Euro Cup. The euro cup is a football match which is participated by only European countries. This competition is quite prestigious and is eagerly awaited by football lovers.

Actually this match was supposed to be held in 2020. However, due to the pandemic that hit the whole world, it had to be postponed until the conditions allowed for this match to be held. Even good news comes to all of us, because it coincides on 12 June, the official Euro Cup was held which was attended by several European countries. Fine, just go straight without further ado, here is the most updated euro cup schedule information.

Updated 2021 Euro Cup Schedule

The schedule for the euro cup is divided into groups, namely groups A, B, C, D, E, and F. Countries participating in the euro cup are: Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland, Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Russia, Netherlands, Ukraine. , Austria, North Macedonia, England, Croatia, Scotland, Czech Republic, Spain, Sweden, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Portugal, France and Germany. So here is the schedule for each match between countries based on the group:

Group A

11 June 2021 – Turki vs Italia

12 June 2021 – Wales vs Swiss

16 June 2021 – Turki vs Wales

16 June 2021 – Italia vs Swiss

20 June 2021 – Swiss vs Turki

20 June 2021 – Italia vs Wales

Group B

12 June 2021 – Denmark vs Finlandia

12 June 2021 – Belgia vs Rusia

16 June 2021 – Finlandia vs Rusia

17 June 2021 – Denmark vs Belgia

21 June 2021 – Rusia vs Denmark

21 June 2021 – Finlandia vs Denmark

Group C

13 June 2021 – Austria vs Macedonia

13 June 2021 – Belanda vs Ukraina

17 June 2021 – Ukraina vs Macedonia

17 June 2021 – Belanda vs Austria

21 June 2021 – Macedonia vs Belanda

21 June 2021 – Ukraina vs Austria

Group D

13 June 2021 – Inggris vs Kroasia

14 June 2021 – Skotlandia vs Rep Ceko

18 June 2021 – Kroasia vs Rep Ceko

18 June 2021 – Inggris vs Skotlandia

22 June 2021 – Kroasia vs Skotlandia

22 June 2021 – Rep Ceska vs Inggris

Group E

14 June 2021 – Polandia vs Slovakia

14 June 2021 – Spanyol vs Swedia

18 June 2021 – Swedia vs Slovakia

19 June 2021 – Spanyol vs Polandia

23 June 2021 – Slovakia vs Spanyol

23 June 2021 – Swedia vs Polandia

Group F

15 June 2021 – Hungaria vs Portugal

15 June 2021 – Prancis vs Jerman

19 June 2021 – Hungaria vs Prancis

19 June 2021 – Portugal vs Jerman

23 June 2021 – Portugal vs Prancis

23 June 2021 – Jerman vs Hungaria

That is the updated schedule for the Euro Cup this year. How ? Have you prepared your time to watch your favorite country team? If you don’t follow football, and want to know which countries have great players? Let’s go back a few years, let’s look at the following reviews.

Euro Cup Winners From Time to Time

The ball is round, the slogan we often hear in conversations when an unexpected country wins the Euro cup. So here we will share complete information about the winners of the euro cup from year to year.

1960 – Uni Soviet

The first time the Euro Cup was held, the Uni Soviet became the first holder of the Euro Cup with a 2-1 victory over Yugoslavia. In this match the broadcast of football matches has been broadcast and can be watched on television. However, very few televisions today have black and white color.

1964 – Spain

In the second round of the euro cup, the country which is often referred to as the matador country successfully conquered its opponent, the Soviet Union, with a score of 2-1.

1968 – Italy

Four years later, in 1968 to be precise, the Euro match was again held, and was won by Italy with the victory from Yugoslavia. Uniquely, the match was held twice because in the first match the results were a draw with a score of 1 – 1 and in the second match Italy won absolutely with a score of 2 – 0.

1972 – Germany

Panzer Country also lifted the Euro Cup in 1972. The result of the victory over the Soviet Union was also very far, namely 3 – 0.

1976 – Czechoslwakia

The next round of the Euro Cup Germany was defeated and was won by Czechoslwakia with the result of a penalty shootout. In contrast to 1968, when a draw will result in a rematch, FIFA changes the rule to a penalty shootout if both teams have a draw until the time runs out.

1980 – Germany

Germany won the Euro Cup again in 1980 with a 2-1 victory in the match against Belgium.

1984 – France

The country with the highest tower owner, France, won the Euro Cup with a 2-0 victory over Spain. This is the first time France has won this prestigious trophy.

1988 – Netherlands

In 1988, the Netherlands, which is an allied country, won the Euro cup against the Soviet Union with a final score of 2-0.

1992 – Denmark

In 1992, Denmark managed to beat Germany with a score of 2-0 and for the first time the country achieved a brilliant achievement in the field of football.

1996 – Germany

For the third time Germany won the Euro Cup with a result of 2-1 against the Czech Republic. This is the last euro cup for Germany and has not won this match again until now.

2000 – France

Sixteen years from the last country France won the Euro cup match, right in 2000, the French country won the Euro Cup again with a 2-1 victory over Italy.

2004 – Greece

In addition to its military strength in ancient times, it turns out that Greece also won the Euro Cup with a 1-0 victory against Portugal. This victory is the first achievement of the Greek state in sports.

2008 – Spain

In 2008, Spain won the Euro Cup again with a final score of 1-0 and managed to conquer Germany.

2012 – Spain

Again, and again the country of Spain won the Euro Cup again with a score of 4-0 over Italy.

2016 – Portugal

The last Euro Cup was held in 2016 and was won by Portugal with a score of 1-0 over France. Cristiano Ronaldo is the star of the match during the Euro cup.

2021 -?

So who will be the champion in 2021? Who is your hero? Comment below.

About Us

PRIDE Soccer Club serves youth players ages 4 through 18 by offering Developmental (U4-U14), Intermediate (U9-U10), Academy (U9-U10), and Competitive (U11-U19) soccer programs. Developmental teams are formed by school or geographic area. Intermediate teams are formed from players within the developmental program who desire a more competitive environment.   Academy and Competitive teams are formed through a tryout process to ensure that players are placed according to their ability levels.  

PRIDE Soccer Club is CSA, USYSA, USSF, USL and FIFA affiliated.

National Soccer Coaches Association of America State and Regional licenses are available to all coaches.

Our Mission

“Pride is a non-profit soccer club located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. We raise the level of soccer in our local community by providing youth players with a quality experience in a safe, positive and challenging environment. We instill a sense of opportunity, confidence, and teamwork by offering fundamentals through advanced training to further the development of each player.”

The Association is devoted to ” Doing What’s Right for Kids “

A Proud History

PRIDE Soccer Club was formed largely through the efforts of its four original founders – dedicated parents who saw the increasing popularity of the sport of soccer, the rapid increase in the number of participants in Southern Colorado, and the need for a high quality organization to coordinate and supervise a family oriented soccer program.

In June 1994, the El Paso PRIDE Soccer Association was incorporated in the state of Colorado. During its first year, PRIDE Soccer Club coordinated 45 teams with 430 children participating in its organized soccer programs. Today, PRIDE Soccer Club is one of the largest youth soccer clubs in the state of Colorado with approximately 4500 players on over 300 teams.

KidSafe Program

Pride Soccer Club, as a member of Colorado Youth Soccer (CYS) and US Youth Soccer, adopted the KidSafe Program to promote the health, safety, and protection of youth soccer players. These programs support US Soccer Federation’s Rule 4044, which mandates risk management programs within each National State Association. For more information

Please feel free to contact PRIDE Soccer with any questions you might have.
Office hours Tuesday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Contact US

Please feel free to contact PRIDE Soccer with any questions you might have.
Office hours Tuesday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

General Inquiries:
Phone: 719.597.6700, Fax 719.597.4040

5955 Lehman Dr Ste. 100
Colo. Springs, CO 80918
Office Staff

Developmental Coordinator
Patti Wasson
(719) 597-6700  x207

Club Registrar

Heather Ward
(719) 597-6700  x205

Please make sure to contact her with any roster changes or player account questions

Pride Executive Director
Candy Brooks
(719) 597-6700  x201

Team and Individual Camps:
Phone:719.597.6700 x206 

Pride Awarded U12, U13 and U14 DA Teams


Colorado Springs, CO (February 10, 2016):

The Pride Soccer Club is excited to announce that our U12, U13 and U14 boys have been accepted as members of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy for the 2016-2017 season. The Development Academy is a nationwide youth program created to enhance the development of elite players through a focus on high technical standards, increased training, and more meaningful games.

Pride is dedicated to developing better people and better players, and as members of the Development Academy we will continue to provide the highest level of training and competition for our elite players. We are invested in our players at every level by offering programs for novice players, and with our acceptance into the Development Academy, we now have the ultimate step for our young players to aspire to reach on their soccer pathway.

Pride Competitive Boys Director of Coaching Brian Contreras said, “We are dedicated to player development both on and off the field, and this has been a goal of the Pride boys staff since the creation of the Development Academy in 2007. We are proud of the growth of the boys program over the past several years, and inclusion into the DA program is truly an honor. This would not have been possible without the efforts of past coaches, players and families, so thanks to all those Pride members that laid the foundation for the Pride Development Academy to become a reality! We are pleased to be able to offer this opportunity, to ensure all of our Pride players have the appropriate environment to reach their full potential while at Pride.”

For any questions related to this press release or the Pride Soccer Club, please contact DOC Brian Contreras at

For more information about the Pride DA and the US Development Academy, please visit the links below.

We Need Referees- Upcoming Course for Becoming A Referee

We have some referee courses coming up if you are interested in reffing soccer and earning some money. We have 3 club referee classes coming up. This class is free to attend and you will get basic equipment like flags, whistle and club referee shirt. If you become a club referee you are able to ref any of our developmental games from U7 to U14 boys and girls. The first 5 games you ref are reimbursement for the class and equipment. After that you will earn money for any games you do. This is a great way to give refereeing a try and see if you like it. If you love it then you can take the Grade 8 referee course once you are 14 years old and start doing competitive games. We are offering club referee classes on the following dates:

  Friday January 22, 2016 from 5:30-9:30 PM at the Pride Office

  Friday, February 5, 2016 from 5:30-9:30 PM at the Pride Office

  Friday, February 26, 2016 from 5:30-9:30 PM at the Pride Office
You will be required to do an online course before you can attend the class at the office. To sign up for one of these classes, log into your Pride account and sign up for From the First Whistle. Once you have completed the registration I will send you the info you need to get started.

We need referees for the upcoming season. If you have ever thought about becoming a referee now is the time to do it.

Pride and the NSCAA announce member club partnership

Pride and the NSCAA announce member club partnership member-club

Pride Soccer Club and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) have announced a member club partnership which reiterates our commitment to the ongoing professional development of all of our  Developmental and Competitive coaches. With this partnership, all Pride Soccer Club coaches gain valuable resources to help with the continued development of all of our players. 

We are pleased to announce that the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and the Pride Soccer Club are entering into a Member Club partnership to offer the club’s coaches a variety of benefits provided by the NSCAA!

Pride coaches will receive a discounted rate on individual membership with the NSCAA.   Individual membership benefits include:

  • Access to the Online Resource Library: 1,000+ theory based articles, training plans, exercises, and nutrition plans for every type of coach
  • $1 million in automatic general liability insurance for your coaching activities
  • Soccer Journal, the official publication of the NSCAA which is produced exclusively for soccer coaches
  • Member rate on NSCAA event registration including the 2016 NSCAA Convention and NSCAA Summer Symposium (which is discounted further due to your Member Club status)
  • Member rate on NSCAA Advanced Level Diploma offerings including the National, Advanced National, Premier, Advanced National Goalkeeping, and Director of Coaching Diplomas
  • Access to ongoing coaching education diplomas at the convenience of being held at Pride Soccer Club.