2023 UEFA Champions League Final

Pedro Proença Oliveira Alves Garcia (born 3 November 1970 in Lisbon) is a Portuguese former professional football referee. Proença was named Portuguese Referee of the Year after the 2006–07 season and was awarded the Best Referee of the Season award by the Portuguese Football Federation on 22 June 2011. In March 2013, FIFA named Proença as one of fifty potential referees for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. On January 15, 2014, the world football association announced that he was actually one of the 25 referees at the tournament. This tournament also serves as a qualifying tournament for the 1987 FIFA World Cup under 20. The 2 best countries of this tournament qualify, that is Colombia and Brazil. Since the European Men's Football Championship was organized in 1996 for 16 national teams, Portugal has still reached the quarter finals. The team played its first league games during qualification for the 1996 European Football Championship in England. See History of Portugal for the main article on this subject. The history of Portugal is that of an ancient European country, whose origins date back to early antiquity, a country that, thanks to its voyages of discovery, rose from a European kingdom to a world power, namely the great Portuguese Empire.

At the age of 23, he broke the record for the youngest captain and goalkeeper in the history of the French national team. This is Brazil's 8th win in a row, the previous record being shared with Italy who won 7 in a row in 1934 and 1938. Italy qualified for the previous European Championship in Switzerland and Austria (in 2008). There the Italians stranded in the quarterfinals. The previous World Cup, the 2018 World Cup, took place in Russia. The name of Portugal originates from Portus Cale (Latin for Port of Cale), the ancient name for a historic place and port in present-day Portugal. Teams also had the chance to qualify for the 1991 World Under-17 Championship in Italy before this tournament, which was due to start just a few months after this tournament. In the 20th century, Portugal was a dictatorship for several decades. Some other major cities are Amadora, Aveiro, Braga, Coimbra, Funchal (Madeira), Guimarães, Porto, Setúbal and Vila Nova de Gaia.

Six other UEFA member countries managed to get a better position in the ranking in June 2014; those were England, Italy, Switzerland, Portugal, Germany and number one Spain. Other major rivers are the Douro, the Minho and the Guadiana, which, like the Tagus, have their source in Spain. The Portuguese mainland is bisected in the center of the country by the Tagus River. The country's capital and largest city is Lisbon (Portuguese: Lisboa). Eusébio was buried in the cemetery of Lumiar, a suburb in the north of Lisbon. Eusébio, footballer's name of Eusébio da Silva Ferreira (Lourenço Marques, January 25, 1942 – Lisbon, January 5, 2014), was a Portuguese football icon of Mozambican descent. He previously scored in 2000 and 2004. He also equaled the Portuguese record with the number of matches in a European final round. The French footballers lost this legendary match with a final score of 1-17. With this, Denmark still set its record in the biggest win of a football match ever. He shares the record with Luís Figo and has played 14 games in a final round. The winner would qualify for the World Cup finals. Bastian Schweinsteiger's goal was Germany's 50th goal at the European Men's Football Championship.

The 2011 European Football Championship for Women under 19 (in short: European Football Championship for Women -19) was the 14th edition of the European Football Championship for Women under 19, intended for players born on or after January 1, brazil shorts 1992. See 2019 UEFA European Under-21 Championship (qualification) for the main article on this topic. Germany only qualified for the quarter-finals of the European Football Championship for the second time. The team owes its nickname to the opening match of the 2004 European Football Championship, where they surprisingly won 2-1 against host country Portugal. During World War II, Portugal remained neutral. The Republic of Portugal fought from 1916 in the First World War on the side of the Entente. Portugal also includes the Azores and Madeira, two archipelagos in this ocean. They are the second country after the Netherlands to reach this milestone. Spain and France played each other 30 times prior to this match. The game that was played in the Alkmaarderhout ended in 4-3 in favor of the Groningen team. Even with ten men, the Netherlands created more chances than Belgium, but the match ended in a goalless draw.