Italian national team at EURO 2024: Calendar, remarkable achievements

Discover the schedule and some notable statistics for the Italian team at EURO 2024.

Italian national team at EURO 2024: Calendar, remarkable achievements

Which Italian team is in EURO 2024?

At the forthcoming EURO in Germany, “Azzurri” falls into Group B. The champion will face Albania, Spain and Croatia, respectively.

This is the deadline of this year’s EURO. Spain dominated world football in 2008-2012, and Croatia’s successive Top 3 appearance in the last two seasons of the World Cup was clearly not an easy challenge for the Italian team.

Calendar of Italy’s EURO 2024 matches

  • Italy vs. Albania – June 16, 2024 – 02:00
  • Spain vs. Italy – June 21, 2024 – 02:00
  • Croatia vs. Italy – June 25, 2024 – 02:00

Who will coach Italy at EURO 2024?

Luciano Spalletti will be the head coach of the Italian national team for the Euro season in Germany. Personality strategist took over the chair of “Azzurri” in September/2023, succeeding Roberto Mancini.

Spalletti is a very skilled warrior with almost 30 years in power. The 65-year-old coach led the three great Serie A players, AS Roma, Inter Milan, Napoli, and earned no less glory.

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The Italian team’s qualifying journey

“Azzurri” passed the qualifying stage after four wins, two matches and two defeats, scoring 16 goals and scoring nine goals. Mr. Spalletti ranks second in the Final C.

The achievements of the Italian national team in recent Euro seasons

“Azzurri” participated in a total of 10 EURO seasons. The team’s best achievement was to win the championship in 1968 and 2020.

On Europe’s biggest football event three years ago, “Azzurri” surrendered to England on a penalty point right at Wembley to win the championship.

Remarkable statistics of the Italian national team at EURO

Leonardo Bonucci (18 matches), Gianluigi Buffon and Giorgio Chiellini (17 matches) are the most “Azzurri” worshippers in the EURO seasons.

Italy’s net breaker on Europe’s biggest football event day was the pair at the 2012 EURO Cup, Mario Balotelli and Antonio Cassano (the same three goals).