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Every country’s biggest Women’s EURO win | UEFA Women’s EURO

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Of the 16 teams at Women’s EURO 2022, only Northern Ireland are making their finals debut in England, with all 15 of the other contenders having recorded at least one victory at a previous tournament.

UEFA.com picks out the results that countries can look back on with the most pride.

The biggest Women’s EURO wins

Austria

3-0 vs Iceland, 2017 group stage (26/07/17, Sparta Stadion, Rotterdam)

Belgium

2-0 vs Norway, 2017 group stage (20/07/17, Rat Verlegh Stadion, Breda)

Denmark

3-1 vs Germany, 1993 third-place play-off (03/07/93, Municipal Stadim, Cesenatico)



Toni Duggan celebrates England’s sixth against Scotland in 2017Getty Images

England

6-0 vs Scotland, 2017 group stage (19/07/17, Stadion Galgenwaard, Utrecht)

Finland

2-1 vs Netherlands, 2009 group stage (26/08/09, Helsinki Olympic Stadium, Helsinki)
2-1 vs Denmark, 2005 group stage (11/06/05, Bloomfield Road, Blackpool)
1-0 vs Denmark, 2009 group stage (23/08/09, Helsinki Olympic Stadium, Helsinki)

France

A stadium vIdeo screen shows the final score in France's EURO 2013 meeting with England


A stadium vIdeo screen shows the final score in France’s EURO 2013 meeting with EnglandGetty Images

3-0 vs England, 2013 group stage (18/07/13, Linköping Arena, Linkoping)

Germany

5-0 vs Russia, 2001 group stage (27/06/01, Steigerwaldstadion, Erfurt)

Iceland

1-0 vs Netherlands, 2013 group stage (17/07/13, Växjö Arena, Vaxjo)

Italy

Italy's Melania Gabbiadini celebrates after scoring against Russia in 2009


Italy’s Melania Gabbiadini celebrates after scoring against Russia in 2009AFP via Getty Images

2-0 vs Russia, 2009 group stage (31/08/09, Helsinki Olympic Stadium, Helsinki)
2-0 vs Norway, 1997 group stage (06/07/97, Åråsen Stadion, Lillestrom)

Netherlands

3-0 vs England, 2017 semi-finals (03/08/17, FC Twente Stadion, Enschede)

Northern Ireland

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Norway

5-0 vs Denmark, 1997 group stage (30/06/97, Åråsen Stadion, Lillestrom)

Portugal

2-1 vs Scotland, 2017 group stage (23/07/17, Sparta Stadion, Rotterdam)

Spain

2-0 vs Portugal, 2017 group stage (19/07/17, Stadion De Vijverberg, Doetinchem)

Charlotte Rohlin and Nilla Fischer celebrate one of Sweden's five goals against Finland in 2013


Charlotte Rohlin and Nilla Fischer celebrate one of Sweden’s five goals against Finland in 2013Getty Images

Sweden

5-0 vs Finland, 2013 group stage (13/07/13, Gamla Ullevi, Gothenburg)

Switzerland

2-1 vs Iceland, 2017 group stage (22/07/17, Stadion De Vijverberg, Doetinchem)



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