Maarten Stekelenburg - International Appearances


The outstanding Dutch 'keeper obtained 54 international caps with his National Team.

All matches are friendlies unless stated otherwise.


Born: 22- 9-1982 in Haarlem
Country:  Netherlands
Caps:	54	(W35-D9-L10 - GF116-GA44 - %73.15)
Goals condeded: 40 (0.74 per match) [*]
Age First Cap:	 21 yr 347 d	 3- 9-2004 vs. Liechtenstein 3-0
Age Last Cap:	 30 yr  24 d	16-10-2012 vs. Romania 4-1
National Team Career:  8 yr  43 d


Cap     Date     Venue           Opponent       Score    Competition

  1    3- 9-04   Utrecht         Liechtenstein   3-0
  2    1- 6-06   Eindhoven       Mexico          2-1          
  3   15-11-06   Amsterdam       England         1-1
  4    7- 2-07   Amsterdam       Russia          4-1
  5   24- 3-07   Rotterdam       Romania         0-0     European Champ. Qual.
  6    2- 6-07   Seoul           South Korea     2-0
  7   22- 8-07   Genève          Switzerland     1-2
  8   13-10-07   Constanta       Romania         0-1     European Champ. Qual.
  9   17-10-07   Eindhoven       Slovenia        2-0     European Champ. Qual.
 10   21-11-07   Minsk           Belarus         1-2     European Champ. Qual.
 11   24- 5-08   Rotterdam       Ukraine         3-0 
 12   17- 6-08   Bern            Romania         2-0     European Championship   
 13   20- 8-08   Moskva          Russia          1-1
 14    6- 9-08   Eindhoven       Australia       1-2
 15   10- 9-08   Skopje          Macedonia       2-1     World Cup Qualifier
 16   11- 2-09   Radès           Tunisia         1-1 
 17   28- 3-09   Amsterdam       Scotland        3-0     World Cup Qualifier
 18    1- 4-09   Amsterdam       Macedonia       4-0     World Cup Qualifier
 19    6- 6-09   Reykjavík       Iceland         2-1     World Cup Qualifier
 20   10- 6-09   Rotterdam       Norway          2-0     World Cup Qualifier
 21   12- 8-09   Amsterdam       England         2-2 
 22   10-10-09   Sydney          Australia       0-0 
 23   14-11-09   Pescara         Italy           0-0
 24   18-11-09   Heerenveen      Paraguay        0-0
 25    3- 3-10   Amsterdam       United States   2-1
 26   26- 5-10   Freiburg im Br. Mexico          2-1 
 27    5- 6-10   Amsterdam       Hungary         6-1
 28   14- 6-10   Johannesburg    Denmark         2-0     World Cup
 29   19- 6-10   Durban          Japan           1-0     World Cup
 30   24- 6-10   Cape Town       Cameroon        2-1     World Cup
 31   28- 6-10   Durban          Slovakia        2-1     World Cup
 32    2- 7-10   Port Elizabeth  Brazil          2-1     World Cup
 33    6- 7-10   Cape Town       Uruguay         3-2     World Cup
 34   11- 7-10   Johannesburg    Spain           0-1 aet World Cup
 35    3- 9-10   Serravalle      San Marino      5-0     European Champ. Qual.
 36    7- 9-10   Rotterdam       Finland         2-1     European Champ. Qual.  
 37    8-10-10   Chisinau        Moldova         1-0     European Champ. Qual.  
 38   12-10-10   Amsterdam       Sweden          4-1     European Champ. Qual.  
 39   17-11-10   Amsterdam       Turkey          1-0
 40    9- 2-11   Eindhoven       Austria         3-1
 41    2- 9-11   Eindhoven       San Marino     11-0     European Champ. Qual.  
 42    6- 9-11   Helsinki        Finland         2-0     European Champ. Qual.  
 43   11-11-11   Amsterdam       Switzerland     0-0
 44   15-11-11   Hamburg         Germany         0-3
 45   29- 2-12   London          England         3-2
 46   30- 5-12   Rotterdam       Slovakia        2-0
 47    2- 6-12   Amsterdam       N. Ireland      6-0
 48    9- 6-12   Kharkiv         Denmark         0-1     European Championship
 49   13- 6-12   Kharkiv         Germany         1-2     European Championship
 50   17- 6-12   Kharkiv         Portugal        1-2     European Championship
 51   15- 8-12   Brussel         Belgium         2-4
 52   11- 9-12   Budapest        Hungary         4-1     World Cup Qualifier
 53   12-10-12   Rotterdam       Andorra         3-0     World Cup Qualifier
 54   16-10-12   Bucuresti       Romania         4-1     World Cup Qualifier

[*] Stekelenburg was not in goal at the time Mexico (in match 2),
    England (in match 3) and Australia (in match 14) scored,
    although it should be mentioned that Australia's first goal
    in match 14 was scored from a penalty caused by Stekelenburg,
    who was sent off for the foul and replaced by Timmer in goal;
    in the first two matches (nrs. 2 and 3), Stekelenburg had
    replaced Timmer at half-time after the opponents had scored
    a first half goal.

Total Record
 
    GP    GW   GD   GL   GF  GA     Pts  Percentage
    54    35    9   10  116- 44      79      73.15
 

Types of                 Matches 

Friendlies        	    25
World Cup         	     7  [2010:7]
World Cup Qualifier	     8  [2010:5; 2014:3]
European Championship        4  [2008:1; 2012:3]
European Champ. Qual.       10  [2008:4; 2012:6]

Total                	    54



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