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Greece 2012 EURO Home kit XXL

Greece 2012 EURO Home kit XXL

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One of our most beloved jerseys at the Fanela Club. This masterpiece was manufactured by Adidas with Clima Cool Technology and it's a size XXL. A unique design with details everywhere you look.

Behind the neck there is a tribute to the winners of 2004.

Greece's performance in the 2012 UEFA European Championship, commonly known as Euro 2012, was somewhat mixed. The Greek national football team, also known as the "Ethniki," had its moments but ultimately did not have a very successful tournament.

In the group stage, Greece was placed in Group A alongside Poland, the Czech Republic, and Russia. They started the tournament with a 1-1 draw against Poland and then suffered a 2-1 defeat to the Czech Republic. Greece faced Russia in their final group stage match and managed a surprising 1-0 victory, which allowed them to progress to the knockout stage.

In the quarter-finals, Greece faced Germany and was defeated 4-2, ending their journey in the tournament. While they managed to reach the knockout stage they were eliminated by a strong German team.

Some of the standout players for the Greek national team during the tournament included:

  1. Giorgos Karagounis: Giorgos Karagounis was the captain of the Greek team in Euro 2012 and played a significant leadership role. He was a talented midfielder known for his passing and ability to control the game.

  2. Fanis Gekas: Fanis Gekas was one of Greece's key forwards during the tournament. He was known for his goal-scoring ability and played an important role in the team's offensive efforts.

  3. Sokratis Papastathopoulos: Sokratis Papastathopoulos, a central defender, provided strength and stability to Greece's defense. He was known for his defensive skills and was an important part of the team's backline.

  4. Kostas Katsouranis: Kostas Katsouranis was a versatile midfielder who contributed to both the defensive and offensive aspects of the game. He had a significant impact on the team's midfield play.

  5. Dimitris Salpingidis: Salpingidis was a versatile forward who could play as a winger or striker. He scored the opening goal in Greece's crucial win over Russia in the group stage.

  6. Vassilis Torosidis: Torosidis was a right-back who also contributed to the attack with his overlapping runs and crosses. His versatility on the right side of the pitch was valuable to the team.

  7. Giorgos Samaras: Samaras was a forward who provided athleticism and versatility in attack. He played for several clubs in Europe and was a key player for Greece.

  8. José Holebas: Holebas, a left-back, was known for his defensive skills and ability to contribute to the team's attack from the flanks.

  9. Kostas Mitroglou: Mitroglou was a young and promising striker who had the potential to make an impact in the tournament.

  10. Giannis Maniatis: Maniatis was a midfielder known for his work rate and ball-winning abilities in the middle of the park.

  11. Kyriakos Papadopoulos: Although he was not a regular starter, Kyriakos Papadopoulos was a young and promising central defender who had a bright future in the sport.

  12. Giannis Fetfatzidis: Fetfatzidis was an attacking midfielder known for his dribbling skills and creativity. He was a young talent with the potential to make an impact.

  13. During the 2012 UEFA European Championship, Greece was coached by Fernando Santos. 

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