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UEFA Euro 2008
UEFA EURO 2008 Cover.jpg
Developer(s) EA Canada, HB Studios
Publisher(s) EA Sports
Series UEFA EURO series
Platform(s) PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Xbox 360, PC
Release date(s) NA May 19, 2008
EU April 18, 2008
AUS April 17, 2008
Genre(s) Sports
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer
Rating(s) ESRB: Everyone
PEGI: 3+
System requirements Operating Systems: Windows XP SP2 / Windows Vista
Input methods Gamepad
Keyboard and mouse

- CPU: 2.0 GHz

- RAM: 512 Megabytes of RAM (1 GB required for Windows Vista)

- DirectX 9.0c Compatible 3D accelerated 128 MB or higher video card. Not supported chipset (Geforce4 Mx Series)

- DirectX 9.0c Compatible Sound Card or higher

UEFA Euro 2008 is the official video game of the UEFA Euro 2008 tournament. The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions were developed by EA Canada. The PSP, PlayStation 2 and PC versions were developed by HB Studios. The European and North American versions were released on April 18, 2008 and May 20, 2008 respectively.[1] PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 demos have been released. Commentary is from ITV Sports' Clive Tyldesley and Andy Townsend.



  • UEFA Euro 2008: You can play as one of 53 teams from qualification right through to a virtual reproduction of Euro 08 in Austria and Switzerland.
  • Captain Your Country: Play as yourself on the same team with up to three friends, all playing individual positions on the pitch. Compete collaboratively to win games but compete against each other for the captaincy. Develop your player through eight status levels to earn the captaincy of your country and the right to lead your team.
  • European Campaign: Represent your country online against your rivals around the world to win global supremacy. Earn individual and team points.
  • Online Knockout Draw: Battle gamers from other nations online in 16-team single elimination tournaments to gain points for your nation.
  • Home & Away Match Strategy: CPU mimics international football by creating strategic, defensive formations for away teams intent on playing for a draw.
  • Authentic Stadiums: Compete in all 8 official stadiums of Euro 08.
  • Dynamic Player Ratings: Real-time player ratings change based on actual player performance, simulating the momentum swings of a real season.
  • Story of Qualifying: Play the qualifying campaign and step up at key defining moments to lead your country to Europe's biggest prize. Complete team and individual tasks.
  • Dynamic Rain and Mud: Winter weather from across Europe is authentically re-created to simulate real-world playing conditions. Experience driving rain that creates sloppy, muddy pitches which dramatically impacts passing and player performance.
  • Enhanced Penalty Kicks: Experience the challenge of a penalty shoot-out as if you were on the pitch. Master your nerves to score the goal that puts your team in the final.
  • Team Managers: Watch reactions from team managers on the sideline as they shout encouragement or become disappointed in your team's performance.

UEFA Euro 2008 teams[2]

1: Unlicensed Kits
2: Fake Team Players
3: Must be manually added in UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying mode
4: Older kit (2006 World Cup one) due to CFF, FPF and FUR only showed the official kits before the launch of the game.
5: Original kit taken out.


The following real-life stadiums are playable in the game. All eight stadiums used for the tournament, plus twenty-one others, are included.

The following generic stadiums are playable in the game.

  • Athletic Arena
  • Athletic Park
  • Athletic Stadium
  • Civic Arena
  • Civic Park
  • Civic Stadium
  • Municipal Arena
  • Municipal Stadium
  • National Arena
  • National Park
  • National Stadium
  • Track Stadium


The following songs are featured in the game.

Artist Song Album Language Country
Carolina Liar I'm Not Over Coming to Terms English United States USA
Crystal Castles Air War Crystal Castles English Canada Canada
Yelle À Cause des Garçons (Riot in Belgium Remix) Pop Up French France France
The Pigeon Detectives I'm Not Sorry Wait for Me English England England
Boys Noize Don't Believe the Hype Oi Oi Oi English Germany Germany
Datarock I Used to Dance With My Daddy Datarock Datarock English Norway Norway
Ejectorseat Attack Attack Attack Attack Attack Attack English England England
Infected Mushroom Becoming Insane Vicious Delicious English+Spanish Israel Israel
Junkie XL Feat. Electrocute Mad Pursuit Booming Back at You English Netherlands Netherlands
Karoshi Bros. Love the World Karoshi Bros. English England England
Look See Proof Casualty Between Here and There English England England
The Magic Numbers Take a Chance Those the Brokes English England England
Mendetz The Boola Shines In a Pink Neon Room Mendetz English Spain Spain
Mexicolas Come Clean X English England England
Operator Please Get What You Want Yes Yes Vindictive English Australia Australia
Pete and the Pirates Come On Feet Little Death English England England
The Features I Will Wander Contrast English United States USA
The Magnificents Get It Boy Year of Explorers English Scotland Scotland
The Young Punx Your Music Is Killing Me Your Music Is Killing Me English England England


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