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What were the mascots name in 2012 Euro championship?

What were the mascots name in 2012 Euro championship?

Slavek and Slavko
The UEFA EURO 2012 mascots will be called Slavek and Slavko after the results of a poll of 39,233 people was announced in Kyiv. Slavek and Slavko received 56% of the votes, finishing well clear of the other sets of names – Siemko & Strimko and Klemek & Ladko – in a fortnight-long ballot.

Who was the top scorer in Euro 2012?

List of goalscorers EURO 2012

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1 Mario Gómez Centre-Forward 3
2 Fernando Torres Centre-Forward 3
3 Mario Balotelli Centre-Forward 3
4 Mario Mandzukic Centre-Forward 3

How many yellow cards are there in Euro 2012?

123 yellow cards were shown over the course of the tournament’s thirty one matches, an average of 3.97 yellow cards per match.

Who is the Euro 2021 mascot?

Skillzy is the Euro 2020 mascot, partnered by freestylers Liv Cooke and Tobias Becs.

Who beat England in Euro 2012?

England have departed Euro 2012 at the quarter-final stage, beaten 4-2 by Italy on penalties. The Three Lions topped Group D with two wins and a draw against opponents France, Sweden and Ukraine.

Who is the most golden boot winner?

Lionel Messi is the all time record winner of the award, having won it six times overall. He also holds the record for most goals and most points in a single season (50 and 100 respectively, in 2011–12).

How many goals did Ronaldo scored in Euro 2012?

Ronaldo managed two goals at EURO 2004, one in 2008, three in 2012 and three more in 2016 and is already on five in 2020. He remains the only player to score three or more in multiple EUROs, making it five with his double against Hungary.

How many goals did Spain conceded in 2012?

Spain’s winning margin of four goals is the biggest ever recorded in a World Cup or European Championship final. Spain ended with 52% possession overall and outpassed Italy 529 to 451.

What are the Euro 2012 mascots called?

^ “Euro 2012 mascots named Slavek and Slavko”. Union of European Football Associations. 4 December 2010. ^ “FIFA 12: UEFA Euro 2012 Review – IGN”.

How many referees will be used at Euro 2012?

On 27 March 2012, UEFA issued the full list of 80 referees to be used in Euro 2012, including the assistant referees, the additional assistant referees, and the four reserve assistant referees.

Who hosted Euro 2008 and 2012?

As at Euro 2008 in Austria and Switzerland, both 2012 host nations were eliminated in the group stage. The hosting of the event was initially contested by five bids representing seven countries: Croatia–Hungary, Greece, Italy, Poland–Ukraine, and Turkey.

Where was the Euro 2012 broadcasting centre?

The official Euro 2012 broadcasting centre was located at the Expo XXI International Centre in Warsaw. The tournament was broadcast live by around 100 TV channels covering the whole world. 150,000,000 people were expected to watch the matches each day.