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2011 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship
UEFA U21-EM 2011 '
Tournament details
Host country Denmark
Dates June 23 – July 11
Teams 8
Venue(s) 4 (in 4 host cities)
Final positions
Champions  Netherlands (3rd title)
Runners-up   Switzerland
Third place  Belarus
Fourth place  Austria
Tournament statistics
Matches played 16
Goals scored 36 (2.25 per match)
Attendance 101,955 (6,372 per match)
Top scorer(s) Spain Adrián López (5 goals)
Best player Spain Juan Mata
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Aarhus Aalborg Herning Viborg
56°7′55″N 10°11′47″E / 56.13194°N 10.19639°E / 56.13194; 10.19639 (NRGi Park) 57°3′5.4″N 9°53′56.76″E / 57.051500°N 9.8991000°E / 57.051500; 9.8991000 (Energi Nord Arena) 56°7′1″N 8°57′6″E / 56.11694°N 8.95167°E / 56.11694; 8.95167 (MCH Arena) 56°27′21.23″N 9°24′7.43″E / 56.4558972°N 9.4020639°E / 56.4558972; 9.4020639 (Viborg Stadion)

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Quarter-finals

Key to colours in group tables
Team advanced to the Semi-Finals
Team was not able to advance to the Semi-Finals

Belarus, Iceland and Denmark played on a three-way tie to find the one team who will qualify. Belarus won, and they qualified.

23 June 2011
England  2 – 0  Ukraine
Sweden  0 – 1   Switzerland
29 June 2011
Austria  2 – 0  Spain
Netherlands  2 – 1  Czech Republic

Knockout round road to Denmark 2011 Championship

  Semi-Round Final Round
July 5
   Switzerland  1  
  England  0  
 
July 13
       Switzerland  0
    Netherlands  2
Third Play-Off Olympic Championsip U21 Round
July 9 June 13
  Netherlands  3   Austria  0
  Austria  1

    England  1

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