1972 in Luxembourg
|Years in Luxembourg:||1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975|
|Centuries:||19th century · 20th century · 21st century|
|Decades:||1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s|
|Years:||1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975|
|Prime Minister||Pierre Werner|
|Deputy Prime Minister||Eugène Schaus|
|President of the Chamber of Deputies||Pierre Grégoire|
|President of the Council of State||Maurice Sevenig|
|Mayor of Luxembourg City||Colette Flesch|
January – March
- 9 January - The Palais de Justice, housing the European Court of Justice, is opened on the Kirchberg plateau, Luxembourg City, marking the start of the development of the 'European quarter'.
- 25 March – Representing Luxembourg, Vicky Leandros wins the Eurovision Song Contest 1972 with the song Apres Toi.
April – June
- 12 April - The government buys Bourscheid Castle, which had been declared an historic monument in 1936.
July – September
- 19 September - Madeleine Frieden is forced to resign as secretary of state. Future Prime Minister Jacques Santer is brought into the government.
October – December
- 22 October – The Luxembourg national football team beats Turkey 2-0 in Luxembourg City, recording Luxembourg's first victory in international football since 1969.
- 24 October – Robert Schaack is appointed to the Council of State.
- 11 November – Fernand Zurn is appointed to the Council of State.
- 24 November – Joseph Foog is appointed to the Council of State.
- 7 December – Edmond Reuter is appointed to the Council of State.
- 12 December - A law is passed on marriage, regulating the rights and responsibilities of wives.
- 19 November – Albert Goedert is appointed to the Council of State.
- 22 December - The original Belgium-Luxembourg Economic Union treaty expires, after fifty years. It is renewed for another ten.
- 7 January – Jacques Mangers, clergyman
- January – Henri Tosseng, cyclist
- 5 August - Prosper Link, administrator
- Thewes, Guy (2006). Les gouvernements du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg depuis 1848 (PDF) (in French) (2006 ed.). Luxembourg City: Service Information et Presse. ISBN 978-2-87999-156-6. Retrieved 12 December 2009.