Fans hoping the Under-21 European Championship will produce more goals than its senior counterpart may be disappointed.
Since the Under 21 competition started back in 1978 games have averaged 2.6 goals each, the same figure as games in the senior tournament.
The last three senior European Championships, i.e. since 2004, have averaged 2.5 goals per game.
During that time there have been six Under 21 tournaments, with the junior competition usually running every two years rather than every four (it ran on two consecutive years once in 2006 and 2007).
In 2004 the tournament averaged 3.3 goals per game, more than any senior tournament since 1976 which averaged 3.4 per game.
In 2006 the competition averaged 2.3 goals per game and in 2007 2.1 goals per game.
Two years later the tournament averaged 2.5 goals per game and then 2.3 per game in 2011.
The last tournament though, which was played in Israel in 2013 averaged an impressive three goals per game.
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