European Championship 1964


Qualifying Stage

FIRST ROUND

01.11.1962 in Madrid (Santiago Bernabéu)
Spain            	6-0 Romania
  [7 27 70 Guillot Fabián, 9 Veloso Fidalgo, 17 Collar Monterrubio, 81og (Macri)]
25.11.1962 in Bucuresti (23 August)
Romania          	3-1 Spain
  [2 Tataru, 8 Manolache, 61 Constantin; 65 Veloso]

10.10.1962 in Chorzów (Slaski)
Poland           	0-2 Northern Ireland
  [19 Dougan, 54 Humphries]
28.11.1962 in Belfast (Windsor Park)
Northern Ireland 	2-0 Poland
  [9 Crossan, 64 Bingham]

12.08.1962 in Dublin (Dalymount Park)
Rep.of Ireland   	4-2 Iceland
  [Cantwell (2), Fogarty, Tuohy; 37 86 Jonsson]
02.09.1962 in Reykjavik (Laugardalsvöllur)
Iceland          	1-1 Rep.of Ireland
  [57 Arnason; Tuohy]

07.11.1962 in Sofia (Vassil Levski)
Bulgaria         	3-1 Portugal
  [65 76 Asparuchov, 84 Diev; 49 Eusebio]
16.12.1962 in Lisboa
Portugal         	3-1 Bulgaria
  [Hernani (2), Coluna; Iliev]
23.01.1963 in Roma, Italy (Olimpico)
Bulgaria         	1-0 Portugal			[Play-off]
  [87 Asparuchov]

03.10.1962 in Sheffield (Hillsborough)
England          	1-1 France
  [57pen Flowers;  8 Goujon]
27.02.1963 in Paris (Parc des Princes)
France           	5-2 England
  [3 75 Wisnieski, 32 Douis, 43 82 Cossou; 57 Smith, 74 Tambling]

21.11.1962 in Ost-Berlin (Walter-Ulbricht)
East Germany     	2-1 Czechoslovakia
[60 Erler, 80pen Liebrecht, 90 Kucera]
31.03.1963 in Praha (Sparta)
Czechoslovakia   	1-1 East Germany
  [66 Masek; 85 Ducke]

07.11.1962 in Budapest (Nép)
Hungary          	3-1 Wales
  [5 Albert, 34 Tichy, 48 Sandor; 19 Medwin]
20.03.1963 in Cardiff (Ninian Park)
Wales            	1-1 Hungary
  [Jones; Tichy]

28.06.1962 in Kobenhavn (Parken)
Denmark          	6-1 Malta
  [9 14 49 Madsen, 22 Clausen, 71 Enoksen, 80 Bertelsen; 57 Theobald]
08.12.1962 in La Valetta
Malta            	1-3 Denmark
  [Urpani; Madsen, Christensen, Berthelsen]

Greece withdrew. Albania had a walkover.

11.11.1962 in Amsterdam (Olympisch)
Netherlands      	3-1 Switzerland
  [20 Van Der Linden, 74 Swart, 85 Groot; 42 Hertig]
31.03.1963 in Bern (Wankdorf)
Switzerland      	1-1 Netherlands
  [75 Alleman; 6 Kruijver]

21.06.1962 in Oslo (Ullevĺl)
Norway           	0-2 Sweden
  [10 40 Martinsson]
04.11.1962 in Malmö (Idrottsplats)
Sweden           	1-1 Norway
  [Eriksson; 61 Krogh]

04.11.1962 in Belgrade (FK Partizan)
Yugoslavia       	3-2 Belgium
  [12 32pen Skoblar, 88 Vasovic; 26 Stockman, 58 Jurion]
31.03.1963 in Brussels (Heysel)
Belgium          0-1 Yugoslavia
  [20 Galic]

02.12.1962 in Bologna (Renato Dall'Ara)
Italy            	6-0 Turkey
  [15 47 Rivera, 22 29 35 85 Orlando]
27.03.1963 in Istanbul (Inönü)
Turkey           	0-1 Italy
  [86 Sormani]

Austria bye.
Luxembourg bye.
Soviet Union bye.

1/8 FINALS

30.05.1963 in Bilbao (San Mamés)
Spain            	1-1 Northern Ireland
  [60 Amancio, 76 Irvine]
30.10.1963 in Belfast (Windsor Park)
Northern Ireland 	0-1 Spain
  [66 Gento]

25.09.1963 in Wien (Prater)
Austria          	0-0 Rep.of Ireland
13.10.1963 in Dublin (Dalymount Park)
Rep.of Ireland      	3-2 Austria
  [45 89 Cantwell, 66 Fogarty; 38 Koleznik, 85 Flögel]

29.09.1963 in Sofia (Vassil Levski)
Bulgaria         	1-0 France
  [24 Diev]
26.10.1963 in Paris (Parc des Princes)
France           	3-1 Bulgaria
  [44 81 Goujon, 78 Herbin; 75 Yakimov]

19.10.1963 in Ost-Berlin (Walter-Ulbricht)
East Germany     	1-2 Hungary
  [51 Nöldner; 18 Bene, 88 Rakosi]
03.11.1963 in Budapest (Nép)
Hungary          	3-3 East Germany
  [7 Bene, 17 Sandor, 51pen Solymosi; 12 Heine, 26 Ducke, 81 Erler]

29.06.1963 in Kobenhavn (Parken)
Denmark          	4-0 Albania
  [18pen Petersen, 25 Madsen, 36 Clausen, 49 Enoksen]
30.10.1963 in Tirana (Qemal Stafa)
Albania          	1-0 Denmark
  [3 Pano]

11.09.1963 in Amsterdam (Olympisch)
Netherlands      	1-1 Luxembourg
  [5 Nuninga; 33 May]
30.10.1963 in Rotterdam, Netherlands (Feijenoord)
Luxembourg       	2-1 Netherlands
  [20 67 Dimmer; 31 Kruijver]

19.06.1963 in Beograd (FK Partizan)
Yugoslavia       	0-0 Sweden
18.09.1963 in Malmö (Idrottsplats)
Sweden           	3-2 Yugoslavia
  [30 60 Persson, 72 Bild; Galic, Zambata]

13.10.1963 in Moskva (Luzhniki)
Soviet Union     	2-0 Italy
  [22 Ponedelnik, 42 Chislenko]
10.11.1963 in Roma (Olimpico)
Italy            	1-1 Soviet Union
  [89 Rivera, 33 Gusarov]

QUARTERFINALS

[Mar 11, Sevilla]
Spain            5-1 Ireland
  [Amancio 5, 29, Fusté 14, Marcelino 34, 62; McEvoy 19]
[Apr 8, Dublin]
Ireland          0-2 Spain
  [Zaballa 24, 85]

[Apr 25, Paris]
France           1-3 Hungary
  [Cossou 74; Albert 14, Tichy 16, 69]
[May 23, Budapest]
Hungary          2-1 France
  [Sipos 25, Bene 55; Combin 2]

[Dec 4, 1963, Luxembourg]
Luxembourg       3-3 Denmark
  [May 1, Pilot 24, Klein 49; O.Madsen 10, 32, 46]
[Dec 10, 1963, Křbenhavn]
Denmark          2-2 Luxembourg
  [O.Madsen 15, 70; Leonard 12, Schmit 84]
[Dec 18, 1963, Amsterdam]
Denmark          1-0 Luxembourg   
  [O.Madsen 43]

[May 13, Stockholm]
Sweden           1-1 Soviet Union
  [Hamrin 86; V.Ivanov 63]
[May 27, Moskva]
Soviet Union     3-1 Sweden
  [Ponedelnik 28, 57, Voronin 83; Hamrin 78]

Final Tournament (in Spain)


SEMIFINALS  

Madrid, June 17, Santiago Bernabéu
Spain            2-1 Hungary         [aet]
  [Pereda 35, Amancio 115; Bene 84]
  [ref: Blavier (Belgium); att: 125,000]
Spain: Iribar, Rivilla, Calleja, Zoco, Olivella, Fusté, Amancio,
       Pereda, Marcelino, Suárez, Lapetra
Hungary: Szentmihalyi, Mátrai, Mészöly, Sárosi, Nagy, Sipos, Bene,
         Komora, Albert, Tichy, Fenyvesi

Barcelona, June 17, Nou Camp
Soviet Union     3-0 Denmark
  [Voronin 19, Ponedelnik 40, V.Ivanov 87]
  [ref: Lo Bello (Italy); att: 38,000]
Soviet Union: Yashin, Chustikov, Shesternev, Mudrik, Voronin, Anichkin,
              Chislenko, V.Ivanov, Ponedelnik, Gusarov, Khusainov
Denmark: L.Nielsen, J.Hansen, K.Hansen, B.Hansen I, Larsen, E.Nielsen,
         Bertelsen, Sřrensen, O.Madsen, Thorst, Danielsen 

MATCH FOR THIRD PLACE

Barcelona, June 20, Nou Camp
Hungary          3-1 Denmark         [aet]
  [Bene 11, Novák 107pen, 110; Bertelsen 81]
  [ref: Mellet (Switzerland); att: 4,000]
Hungary: Szentmihalyi, Novák, Mészöly, Ihász, Solymosi, Sipos, Farkas,
         Varga, Albert, Bene, Fenyvesi
Denmark: L.Nielsen, Wolmar, K.Hansen, B.Hansen I, Larsen, E.Nielsen,
         Bertelsen, Sřrensen, O.Madsen, Thorst, Danielsen 

FINAL

Madrid, June 21, Santiago Bernabéu
Spain            2-1 Soviet Union
  [Pereda 6, Marcelino 84; Khusainov 8]
  [ref: Holland (England); att: 105,000]
Spain: Iribar, Rivilla, Olivella, Calleja, Zoco, Fusté, Amancio,
       Pereda, Marcelino, Suárez, Lapetra
Soviet Union: Yashin, Chustikov, Shesternev, Mudrik, Voronin, Anichkin, 
              Chislenko, V.Ivanov, Ponedelnik, Korneev, Khusainov


Topscorer overall: O.Madsen (Denmark) 11 goals
Topscorers final tournament: Pereda (Spain), Bene and Novák (Hungary) 2 goals 
                         

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