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Choose a famous football team and lead your team to victory. To win the euro cup, you will have to win all your matchs. Draw is regarded as a defeat. The fastest you score, the more points you get. 31 achievements in this multi-lingual game, languages available is English, French, Spanis, German, and Portuguese. Why not try to win the game in all 5 languages? Have Fun!
Do you like to play soccer, and do you also like to play a free online flash game? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play the free online Goooaaal Europe 2012 browser game right now.
Use the Arrow keys to move, and Space bar to kick.
Goal refers to a method of scoring in many sports. It can also refer to the physical structure or area of the playing surface where scoring occurs. In soccer, the goal is the only method of scoring. It is also used to refer to the scoring structure. A deliberate attempt on goal is referred to as a shot. To score a goal, the ball must pass completely over the goal line between the goal posts and under the crossbar and no rules may be violated on the play (such as touching the ball with the hand or arm). The structure of the goal is defined as a frame 24 feet wide by 8 feet tall. In most cases a net is attached behind the goal frame to catch the ball and indicate that a goal has been scored. but the Laws of the Game do not mandate the use of a net and only require that any net used not interfere with the goalkeeper.
The 2012 UEFA European Soccer Championship, commonly referred to as EURO 2012, was the 14th European Championship for men's national soccer teams organised by UEFA. The final tournament, between 8 June and 1 July 2012, was hosted for the first time by Poland and Ukraine, and was won by Spain, who beat Italy 4 - 0 in the final at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine. The two host soccer teams qualified automatically, with the remaining 14 finalists decided by a qualifying competition, featuring 51 teams. The EURO 2012 was the last European Championship to use the 16 team soccer finals format first used in 1996. Starting at EURO 2016 onward, there will be 24 finalists. EURO 2012 was played at eight venues, four in each host country. Five new stadiums were built for the tournament, and the hosts invested heavily in improving infrastructure such as railways and roads at UEFA's request. EURO 2012 set attendance records for the 16 team soccer format, for the highest aggregate attendance of 1,4 million and average per soccer game of around 46,000.
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