﻿ SQL: Where was the final match of the EURO cup 2016 held?

# SQL Exercise: Where was the final match of the EURO cup 2016 held?

## SQL soccer Database: Joins Exercise-1 with Solution

1. From the following table, write a SQL query to find out where the final match of the EURO cup 2016 was played. Return venue name, city.

Sample table: soccer_venue

Sample table: soccer_city

Sample table: match_mast

Sample Solution:

SQL Code:

``````SELECT venue_name, city
FROM soccer_venue a
JOIN soccer_city b ON a.city_id=b.city_id
JOIN match_mast d ON d.venue_id=a.venue_id
AND d.play_stage='F';
```
```

Sample Output:

```   venue_name    |    city
-----------------+-------------
(1 row)
```

Code Explanation:

The given query in SQL that returns a list of all the venue names and their corresponding cities where matches with play_stage 'F' were held..
The query uses two JOIN operations to link the soccer_venue and soccer_city tables based on the common city_id column. It then uses a third JOIN operation to link the match_mast table with the previous result set based on the common venue_id column. The ON condition for this JOIN specifies that only rows where the play_stage column equals 'F' (which likely stands for "finals") are included in the final result set.

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Sample Database: soccer

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