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bestsoccerstore / July 12, 2021

It's coming to Rome! Italy holds up the trophy

Keywords: UEFA EURO 2020 finals, Italy National Team, England National Team, penalties, The Three Lions, Roberto Mancini

British local time, at 8 pm on July 11, the UEFA EURO 2020 final, Italy played against England. The two teams drew 1-1 in 120 minutes. In the penalty shootout, the Three Lions lost 3 consecutive penalties. Donnarumma made two consecutive points to help Italy win the championship!

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In the UEFA EURO 2020 final that ended today, Italy defeated England and claimed the championship for the second time in team history, becoming the fourth team in the history of the UEFA EURO 2020 to have won at least twice. The only time Italy had won the European Championship was in 1968, which has been 53 years ago. In the latest championship rankings, Spain and Germany continue to be tied for first place 3 times, and Italy and France are tied for second place 2 times.


This is the 16th European Championship. The previous 15 sessions produced 10 championship teams. Among them, the teams with the most championships were Germany and Spain, which have won 3 championships. 

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"During the Renaissance, Italy was the epicenter of creativity and innovation. Italy didn't just influence the world. It redefined it. With this FIGC Home kit, we want to celebrate this era and craft this kit from Italy's most important cultural time. The Renaissance floral motives represent the universal beauty that was crafted in Italy to inspire the lifestyle of the world with unpredictable creativity. The new Italy Home jersey will show the pride, the passion, and the excitement of Italians to the world," said David Bremond, Head of Product Line Management Teamsport, PUMA.

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The new Italy 2020 kits are inspired by the Renaissance, the "culture-defining era of art and architecture. The new Italy 2020 shirts "reinterpret the luxurious Renaissance patterns of the past into a modern geometric graphic, tonally incorporated into the blue jersey celebrating the nation's influence on world culture and football alike."