Guus Hiddink - International Matches as Coach


The outstanding Dutch coach coached five national teams (Netherlands, South Korea, Australia, Russia and Turkey) for (in total) 154 international matches and thereby belongs to the select company of coaches with 100 or more international matches. All matches are friendlies unless stated otherwise.


Born: 8-11-1946
Country: Netherlands
Matches as Coach:		   154	(W76-D35-L43 - GF257-GA153 - %60.71)
Matches as Coach for Netherlands:   49	(W26-D 9-L14 - GF102-GA 46 - %62.24)
Matches as Coach for South Korea:   37	(W13-D13-L11 - GF 44-GA 43 - %52.70)
Matches as Coach for Australia:     13	(W 8-D 2-L 3 - GF 28-GA 11 - %69.23)
Matches as Coach for Russia:  	    39	(W22-D 7-L10 - GF 65-GA 38 - %65.38)
Matches as Coach for Turkey:  	    16	(W 7-D 4-L 5 - GF 18-GA 15 - %56.25)
Age First Match: 48 yr  71 d	   18- 1-1995 vs. France 0-1
Age Last Match:  65 yr   7 d	   15-11-2011 vs. Croatia 0-0
National Team Career: 16 yr 301 d

Caps    Date    Venue           Opponent       Score    Competition 

Coach for Netherlands
first tenure
  1   18- 1-95	Utrecht 	France  	0-1	
  2   22- 2-95	Eindhoven	Portugal	0-1	
  3   29- 3-95	Rotterdam	Malta   	4-0	European Ch. Qual.
  4   26- 4-95	Praha   	Czech Republic	1-3	European Ch. Qual.
  5    7- 6-95	Minsk   	Belarus 	0-1	European Ch. Qual.
  6    6- 9-95	Rotterdam	Belarus 	1-0 	European Ch. Qual.
  7   11-10-95	La Valletta	Malta   	4-0	European Ch. Qual.
  8   15-11-95	Rotterdam	Norway  	3-0	European Ch. Qual.
  9   13-12-95	Liverpool	Ireland 	2-0	European Ch. Qual.
 10   24- 4-96	Rotterdam	Germany 	0-1	
 11   29- 5-96	Tilburg 	China    	2-0	
 12    4- 6-96	Rotterdam	Ireland 	3-1	
 13   10- 6-96	Birmingham	Scotland	0-0	European Champ.
 14   13- 6-96	Birmingham	Switzerland	2-0	European Champ.
 15   18- 6-96	London  	England 	1-4	European Champ.
 16   22- 6-96	Liverpool	France   	0-0 [1]	European Champ.
 17   31- 8-96	Amsterdam	Brazil  	2-2	
 18    5-10-96	Cardiff 	Wales   	3-1	World Cup Qualifier
 19    9-11-96	Eindhoven	Wales   	7-1	World Cup Qualifier
 20   14-12-96	Brussel 	Belgium 	3-0	World Cup Qualifier
 21   26- 2-97	Paris   	France  	1-2	
 22   29- 3-97	Amsterdam	San Marino	4-0	World Cup Qualifier
 23    2- 4-97	Bursa   	Turkey  	0-1	World Cup Qualifier
 24   30- 4-97	Serravalle	San Marino	6-0	World Cup Qualifier
 25    4- 6-97	Johannesburg	South Africa 	2-0	
 26    6- 9-97	Rotterdam	Belgium 	3-1	World Cup Qualifier
 27   11-10-97	Amsterdam	Turkey  	0-0	World Cup Qualifier
 28   21- 2-98	Miami Gardens	United States 	2-0	
 29   24- 2-98	Miami Gardens	Mexico   	3-2	
 30   27- 5-98	Arnhem  	Cameroon 	0-0	
 31    1- 6-98	Eindhoven	Paraguay 	5-1	
 32    5- 6-98	Amsterdam	Nigeria  	5-1	
 33   13- 6-98	Saint-Denis	Belgium 	0-0	World Cup
 34   20- 6-98	Marseille	South Korea	5-0	World Cup
 35   25- 6-98	Saint-Etienne	Mexico   	2-2	World Cup
 36   29- 6-98	Toulouse	Yugoslavia	2-1	World Cup
 37    4- 7-98	Marseille	Argentina	2-1	World Cup
 38    7- 7-98	Marseille	Brazil   	1-1 [2]	World Cup
 39   11- 7-98	Paris   	Croatia 	1-2	World Cup
second tenure
 40    4- 9-14	Bari    	Italy   	0-2	
 41    9- 9-14	Praha   	Czech Republic	1-2	European Ch. Qual.
 42   10-10-14	Amsterdam	Kazakhstan	3-1	European Ch. Qual.
 43   13-10-14	Reykjavík	Iceland 	0-2	European Ch. Qual.
 44   12-11-14	Amsterdam	Mexico  	2-3	
 45   16-11-14	Amsterdam	Latvia  	6-0	European Ch. Qual.
 46   28- 3-15	Amsterdam	Turkey  	1-1	European Ch. Qual.
 47   31- 3-15	Amsterdam	Spain   	2-0	
 48    5- 6-15	Amsterdam	United States	3-4	
 49   12- 6-15	Riga    	Latvia  	2-0	European Ch. Qual.

[1] Netherlands lost 4-5 on penalty kicks.
[2] Netherlands lost 2-4 on penalty kicks.

Coach for South Korea
  1   24- 1-01	Hongkong	Norway  	2-3	Carlsberg Cup
  2   27- 1-01  Hongkong	Paraguay 	1-1 [1]	Carlsberg Cup
  3   11- 2-01  Dubai   	UA Emirates	4-1	Emirates Cup
  4   24- 4-01  Cairo   	Iran    	1-0	LG Cup
  5   26- 4-01  Cairo   	Egypt   	2-1	LG Cup
  6   25- 5-01  Suwon   	Cameroon	0-0	
  7   30- 5-01  Daegu   	France  	0-5	Confederations Cup
  8    1- 6-01  Ulsan   	Mexico  	2-1	Confederations Cup
  9    3- 6-01  Suwon   	Australia	1-1	Confederations Cup
 10   15- 8-01  Drnovice	Czech Republic	0-5	
 11   13- 9-01  Daejeon 	Nigeria 	2-2	
 12   16- 9-01  Busan   	Nigeria 	2-1	
 13    8-11-01	Jeonju  	Senegal 	0-1	
 14   10-11-01	Seoul   	Croatia 	2-0	
 15   13-11-01	Gwangju 	Croatia 	1-1	
 16    9-12-01	Seogwipo	United States	1-0	
 17   19- 1-02	Los Angeles	United States	1-2	CONCACAF Cup
 18   23- 1-02	Los Angeles	Cuba    	0-0	CONCACAF Cup
 19   27- 1-02	Los Angeles	Mexico   	0-0 [2]	CONCACAF Cup
 20   30- 1-02	Los Angeles	Costa Rica	1-3	CONCACAF Cup
 21    2- 2-02	Los Angeles	Canada  	1-2	CONCACAF Cup
 22   13- 2-02	Montevideo	Uruguay 	1-2	
 23   13- 3-02	Tunis   	Tunisia 	0-0	
 24   20- 3-02	Cartagena	Finland 	2-0	
 25   26- 3-02	Bochum  	Turkey  	0-0	
 26   20- 4-02	Daegu   	Costa Rica	2-0	
 27   27- 4-02	Incheon 	China   	0-0	
 28   16- 5-02	Busan   	Scotland	4-1	
 29   21- 5-02	Jeju    	England 	1-1	
 30   26- 5-02	Suwon   	France  	2-3	
 31    4- 6-02	Busan   	Poland  	2-0	World Cup
 32   10- 6-02	Daegu   	United States	1-1	World Cup
 33   14- 6-02	Incheon 	Portugal	1-0	World Cup
 34   18- 6-02	Daejeon 	Italy   	2-1	World Cup
 35   22- 6-02	Gwangju 	Spain    	0-0 [3]	World Cup
 36   25- 6-02	Seoul   	Germany 	0-1	World Cup
 37   29- 6-02	Daegu   	Turkey  	2-3	World Cup

[1] South Korea won 6-5 on penalty kicks.
[2] South Korea won 4-2 on penalty kicks.
[3] South Korea won 5-3 on penalty kicks.

Coach for Australia
  1    3- 9-05	Sydney  	Solomon Islands	7-0	World Cup Qualifier
  2    6- 9-05	Honiara 	Solomon Islands	2-1	World Cup Qualifier
  3    9-10-05	London  	Jamaica 	5-0	
  4   12-11-05	Montevideo	Uruguay 	0-1	World Cup Qualifier
  5   16-11-05	Sydney  	Uruguay  	1-0 [1]	World Cup Qualifier
  6   22- 2-06	Manama  	Bahrain 	3-1	Asian Cup Qualifier
  7   25- 5-06	Melbourne	Greece  	1-0	
  8    4- 6-06	Rotterdam	Netherlands	1-1		
  9    7- 6-06	Ulm     	Liechtenstein	3-1	
 10   12- 6-06	Kaiserslautern	Japan   	3-1	World Cup
 11   18- 6-06	München 	Brazil  	0-2	World Cup
 12   22- 6-06	Stuttgart	Croatia 	2-2	World Cup
 13   25- 6-06	Kaiserslautern	Italy   	0-1	World Cup

[1] Australia won 4-2 on penalty kicks.

Coach for Russia
  1   27- 5-06	Albacete	Spain   	0-0	
  2   16- 8-06	Moskva  	Latvia  	1-0	
  3    6- 9-06	Moskva  	Croatia 	0-0	European Ch. Qual.
  4    7-10-06	Moskva  	Israel  	1-1	European Ch. Qual.
  5   11-10-06	Sankt Peterburg	Estonia 	2-0	European Ch. Qual.
  6   15-11-06	Skopje  	Macedonia	2-0	European Ch. Qual.
  7    7- 2-07	Amsterdam	Netherlands	1-4	
  8   24- 3-07	Tallinn 	Estonia 	2-0	European Ch. Qual.
  9    2- 6-07	Sankt Peterburg	Andorra 	4-0	European Ch. Qual.
 10    6- 6-07	Zagreb  	Croatia 	0-0	European Ch. Qual.
 11   22- 8-07	Moskva  	Poland  	2-2	
 12    8- 9-07	Moskva  	Macedonia	3-0	European Ch. Qual.
 13   12- 9-07	London  	England 	0-3	European Ch. Qual.
 14   17-10-07	Moskva  	England 	2-1	European Ch. Qual.
 15   17-11-07	Tel-Aviv	Israel  	1-2	European Ch. Qual.
 16   21-11-07	Andorra La V.	Andorra 	1-0	European Ch. Qual.
 17   26- 3-08	Bucuresti	Romania 	0-3	
 18   23- 5-08	Moskva  	Kazakhstan	6-0	
 19   28- 5-08	Burghausen	Serbia  	2-1	
 20    4- 6-08	Burghausen	Lithuania	4-1	
 21   10- 6-08	Innsbruck	Spain   	1-4	European Champ.
 22   14- 6-08	Salzburg	Greece  	1-0	European Champ.
 23   18- 6-08	Innsbruck	Sweden  	2-0	European Champ.
 24   21- 6-08	Basel   	Netherlands	3-1	European Champ.
 25   26- 6-08	Wien    	Spain   	0-3	European Champ.
 26   20- 8-08	Moskva  	Netherlands	1-1	
 27   10- 9-08	Moskva  	Wales   	2-1	World Cup Qualifier
 28   11-10-08	Dortmund	Germany 	1-2	World Cup Qualifier
 29   15-10-08	Moskva  	Finland 	3-0	World Cup Qualifier
 30   28- 3-09	Moskva  	Azerbaijan	2-0	World Cup Qualifier
 31    1- 4-09	Vaduz   	Liechtenstein	1-0	World Cup Qualifier
 32   10- 6-09	Helsinki	Finland 	3-0	World Cup Qualifier
 33   12- 8-09	Moskva  	Argentina	2-3	
 34    5- 9-09	Sankt Peterburg	Liechtenstein	3-0	World Cup Qualifier
 35    9- 9-09	Cardiff 	Wales   	3-1	World Cup Qualifier
 36   10-10-09	Moskva  	Germany 	0-1	World Cup Qualifier
 37   14-10-09	Baku    	Azerbaijan	1-1	World Cup Qualifier
 38   14-11-09	Moskva  	Slovenia	2-1	World Cup Qualifier
 39   18-11-09	Maribor 	Slovenia	0-1	World Cup Qualifier

Coach for Turkey
  1   11- 8-10	Istanbul	Romania 	2-0	
  2    3- 9-10	Astana  	Kazakhstan	3-0	European Ch. Qual.
  3    7- 9-10	Istanbul	Belgium 	3-2	European Ch. Qual.
  4    8-10-10	Berlin  	Germany 	0-3	European Ch. Qual.
  5   12-10-10	Baku    	Azerbaijan	0-1	European Ch. Qual.
  6   17-11-10	Amsterdam	Netherlands	0-1	
  7    9- 2-11	Trabzon 	South Korea	0-0	
  8   29- 3-11	Istanbul	Austria 	2-0	European Ch. Qual.
  9    3- 6-11	Brussel 	Belgium 	1-1	European Ch. Qual.
 10   10- 8-11	Istanbul	Estonia 	3-0	
 11    2- 9-11	Astana  	Kazakhstan	2-1	European Ch. Qual.
 12    6- 9-11	Wien    	Austria 	0-0	European Ch. Qual.
 13    7-10-11	Istanbul	Germany 	1-3	European Ch. Qual.
 14   11-10-11	Istanbul	Azerbaijan	1-0	European Ch. Qual.
 15   11-11-11	Istanbul	Croatia 	0-3	European Ch. Qual.
 16   15-11-11	Zagreb  	Croatia 	0-0	European Ch. Qual.


Total Record

Matches	Won Draw Lost	For-Against     Points	Percentage

    154  76  35  43	257- 153	187	60.71


Types of Matches

Friendlies		 52
European Ch. Qualifier	 37
World Cup Qualifier	 24
World Cup		 18
European Championship	  9
CONCACAF Gold Cup	  5
Confederations Cup	  3
Asian Cup Qualifier	  1
Other Tournaments	  5

Total matches:  	154


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