The European Championship was founded in 1960 with only four teams taking part – Soviet Union, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia and the hosts, France – and has expanded into what will this summer be a 24-nation pan-European tournament.
Eleven different cities from Dublin to Baku will play host to Euro 2020, which starts on Friday 12 June when Turkey take on Italy in Rome, and culminates at Wembley on Sunday 12 July.
In its history, only 17 players have scored five or more goals, and only three of those have scored more than six: an Englishman, a Frenchman and a Portuguese.
The Euros have been the stage for some world-class strikers over the years, with the likes of Fernando Torres, Patrick Kluivert and Jurgen Klinsmann all shining at the tournament.
Here we take a look at the European Championship's top scorers:
Take a look through the gallery above to see the top marksmen.