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As the Czech Republic is considered to be the successor team of Czechoslovakia by FIFA and UEFA, they have participated in ten UEFA European Championships; three of which were as Czechoslovakia and seven of which were as the Czech Republic (including the ongoing Euro 2020). As Czechoslovakia, they became European champions in 1976. As Czech Republic, they qualified for the final stages of each of the seven European tournaments they have played qualifiers for, and were runners-up at Euro 1996.

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  • As the Czech Republic is considered to be the successor team of Czechoslovakia by FIFA and UEFA, they have participated in ten UEFA European Championships; three of which were as Czechoslovakia and seven of which were as the Czech Republic (including the ongoing Euro 2020). As Czechoslovakia, they became European champions in 1976. As Czech Republic, they qualified for the final stages of each of the seven European tournaments they have played qualifiers for, and were runners-up at Euro 1996.
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