Support your team with our EURO flags and banners

The extensive range of PHENO FLAGS' online shop includes the EURO flags of all participating countries. The UEFA European Football Championship (EURO) will take place in Germany from June 14th to July 14th. The EURO flags will be seen in abundance in the 10 different host cities. Alongside defending champions Italy, 23 other teams will compete to determine the European champion of 2024. To support favorites like Spain, Germany, France, or England, their fans will proudly wave their EURO flags. Unlike the FIFA World Cup, the EURO has a limited field of participants, with no weaker teams from other continents. Only the best 24 teams from Europe will compete. 60 teams started the qualification matches, which also means that some EURO flags may not be needed. It is possible that a strong football nation did not qualify, as was the case with the Netherlands in EURO 2016. The competent and friendly team at PHENO FLAGS offers only high-quality flags for the European Football Championship. The flags for the EURO are known for their excellent quality. When purchasing your EURO flag, you will benefit greatly from our extensive experience. As experts in our field, you can buy your desired EURO flags or many other banners and flags from us. Additionally, we also carry numerous useful flag accessories.

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EM Flags and Interesting Facts about the European Championship

Due to the well-staffed and highly skilled leagues within Europe, a high level of play is expected at the European Championship. For example, there is the Premier League in England, the German Bundesliga, Serie A in Italy, or La Liga in Spain. Over the decades, the European Championship has become a major media event. On screens, you can not only see colorful EM flags of the participating nations but also many reports and documentaries beforehand. In 1996, the first European Championship with 16 participants took place in England. Numerous EM flags of England documented the joy of the population about the event. The Eastern Bloc no longer existed at that time, and socialism had decayed. Many new states were formed with their own EM flags. Germany won the title after a "golden goal" by Oliver Bierhoff. Numerous EM flags of Germany were visible everywhere, including at home. Later, the "silver goal" was introduced as an alternative. After a goal in extra time, the halftime was played until the end. In 2004, Greece advanced to the final against the Czech Republic in this way. They defeated Portugal and became European champions for the first time. Naturally, the EM flags of Greece were waved joyfully. The purpose of the golden or silver goal was to increase the excitement for the spectators, but this format has been abolished since then. In the years 2000, 2008, and 2012, two countries jointly hosted the European Championship. However, none of them managed to claim the title for themselves. Only Spain in 1964, Italy in 1968, and France in 1984 won the EM as hosts.

The history of the UEFA European Championship with EM flags

As early as 1911, there was a short-lived competition to FIFA called the "Union Internationale Amateure de Football Association (UIAFA)". They organized a European Championship in Roubaix, France. Participants included France, English amateurs, and Bohemia, which also won. From 1932 to 1934, the Socialist Workers' Sport International organized a Workers' Football European Championship. The Nazis in Germany and Austrofascists in Austria broke up this competition. Another championship did not materialize. In 1954, UEFA was founded, and it officially hosted the EM in 1968. Germany first participated in the qualification for the EM in Italy in 1968. Unfortunately, a disappointing 0-0 draw in Albania was not enough to qualify for the finals. Pierre Delaunay, then the General Secretary of UEFA, advocated for the introduction of a "European Nations' Cup" in 1957. In 1958, 17 nations, including all Eastern Bloc nations, competed in the qualification. Surprisingly, countries like Germany, England, and Italy were absent. Their EM flags were not seen. The first UEFA European Championship took place in France in 1960. From the round of 16 onwards, the knockout system was used. In the final, the Soviet Union defeated Yugoslavia 2-1 after extra time. Later, there were two groups of eight teams or four groups of four teams. Five tournaments started with the semi-finals, so to speak. Within a week, the new European champion was determined in the middle of the season. Since 2016, 24 teams have played for the title of European champion.

Flags for the European Championship from our shop

If you are a football fan or simply want to support your team, you should order your suitable EM flags from our online shop. Do you want to hang them on your window? Hoist them on a flagpole? Wave your handheld flag with joy and pride at the stadium? With an EM flag of your country, you demonstrate your solidarity and support your team. You can order our EM flags in three different sizes at PHENO FLAGS: 90 cm x 150 cm, 150 x 250 cm, and 60 x 90 cm. Our flags for the European Championship impress with their excellent craftsmanship. They are also durable and weather-resistant. It is certainly unpleasant when your EM flag frays at the edges. To avoid this, the edges are double-stitched. Our EM flags can be easily attached anywhere with the sturdy brass grommets. Of course, you can also clean your EM flags without any problems. The tear-resistant, lightfast, and durable fabric can withstand a short cleaning in the washing machine at 30 degrees without any consequences. Due to the excellent material of our EM flags, intensive cleaning is rarely necessary. PHENO FLAGS places great importance on customer satisfaction. Therefore, we do not want to sell you inferior goods. Sustainability and environmental awareness are high on our agenda. That's why we also offer recycled flags. If you place your order before 1 pm, your free delivery will be arranged on the same day. Of course, we also grant you a right of withdrawal. Do you have any questions about the EM flags, about us, or other products? Use our contact form and get in touch with us. Order your EM flags and represent your country - that's what we call pandastark!