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Euro 2008 – Austria & Switzerland

Euro 2008 – Austria & Switzerland

Group A ¦ Group B ¦ Group C ¦ Group D ¦ Knockout ¦ Top Scorers

The thirteenth edition of the European Championships will be held at eight venues across Austria and Switzerland. The format remains unchanged for the fourth successive finals tournament. It is the second time UEFA have used joint hosts and both Austria and Switzerland qualify automatically. The eight host cities are Basle, Berne, Geneva and Zurich in Switzerland and Innsbruck, Klagenfurt, Salzburg and Vienna in Austria. The opening game takes place in Basle on the 7th June and the final will be held in Vienna on the 29th June.


Groups & Fixtures

Group A P W D L F A Pts
Portugal 3 2 0 1 5 3 6
Turkey 3 2 0 1 5 5 6
Czech Republic 3 1 0 2 4 6 3
Switzerland 3 1 0 2 3 3 3
Group A Fixtures
Switzerland 0 – 1 Czech Republic Basel 07/06/2008 17:00
Portugal 2 – 0 Turkey Geneva 07/06/2008 19:45
Czech Republic 1 – 3 Portugal Geneva 11/06/2008 17:00
Switzerland 1 – 2 Turkey Basel 11/06/2008 19:45
Switzerland 2 – 0 Portugal Basel 15/06/2008 19:45
Turkey 3 – 2 Czech Republic Geneva 15/06/2008 19:45

Group B P W D L F A Pts
Croatia 3 3 0 0 4 1 9
Germany 3 2 0 1 4 2 6
Austria 3 0 1 2 1 3 1
Poland 3 0 1 2 1 4 1
Group B Fixtures
Austria 0 – 1 Croatia Vienna 08/06/2008 17:00
Germany 2 – 0 Poland Klagenfurt 08/06/2008 19:45
Croatia 2 – 1 Germany Klagenfurt 12/06/2008 17:00
Austria 1 – 1 Poland Vienna 12/06/2008 19:45
Austria 0 – 1 Germany Vienna 16/06/2008 19:45
Poland 0 – 1 Croatia Klagenfurt 16/06/2008 19:45

Group C P W D L F A Pts
Holland 3 3 0 0 9 1 9
Italy 3 1 1 1 3 4 4
Romania 3 0 2 1 1 3 2
France 3 0 1 2 1 6 1
Group C Fixtures
Romania 0 – 0 France Zurich 09/06/2008 17:00
Holland 3 – 0 Italy Berne 09/06/2008 19:45
Italy 1 – 1 Romania Zurich 13/06/2008 17:00
Holland 4 – 1 France Berne 13/06/2008 19:45
Holland 2 – 0 Romania Berne 17/06/2008 19:45
France 0 – 2 Italy Zurich 17/06/2008 19:45

Group D P W D L F A Pts
Spain 3 3 0 0 8 3 9
Russia 3 2 0 1 4 4 6
Sweden 3 1 0 2 3 4 3
Greece 3 0 0 3 1 5 0
Group D Fixtures
Spain 4 – 1 Russia Innsbruck 10/06/2008 17:00
Greece 0 – 2 Sweden Salzburg 10/06/2008 19:45
Sweden 1 – 2 Spain Innsbruck 14/06/2008 17:00
Greece 0 – 1 Russia Salzburg 14/06/2008 19:45
Greece 1 – 2 Spain Salzburg 18/06/2008 19:45
Russia 2 – 0 Sweden Innsbruck 18/06/2008 19:45

Quarter Finals

Portugal 2 – 3 Germany Basle 19/06/2008 19:45
Croatia 1 – 1p Turkey (aet) Vienna 20/06/2008 19:45
Holland 1 – 3 Russia (aet) Basle 21/06/2008 19:45
Spain p0 – 0 Italy (aet) Vienna 22/06/2008 19:45

Semi Finals

Germany 3 – 2 Turkey Basle 25/06/2008 19:45
Russia 0 – 3 Spain Vienna 26/06/2008 19:45

Final

Spain 1 – 0 Germany Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna 26/06/2008, 19:45
Att.
Referee: Roberto Rosetti
H/T: 1-0

Euro 2008 – Top Scorers

Name Country Goals
David Villa Spain 4
Lukas Podolski Germany 3
Hakan Yakin Switzerland 3
Roman Pavlyuchenko Russia 3
Semih Senturk Turkey 3
Wesley Sneider Holland 2
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Sweden 2
Arda Turan Turkey 2
Nihat Kahveci Turkey 2
Robin Van Persie Holland 2
Michael Ballack Germany 2
Ivan Klasnic Croatia 2
Ruud Van Nistelrooy Holland 2
Andrei Arshavin Russia 2
Bastian Schweinsteiger Germany 2
Miroslav Klose Germany 2
Daniel Guiza Spain 2
Fernando Torres Spain 2
Vaclav Sverkos Czech Republic 1
Pepe Portugal 1
Raul Meireles Portugal 1
Luka Modric Croatia 1
Giovanni Van Bronckhorst Holland 1
Cesc Fabregas Spain 1
Petter Hansson Sweden 1
Deco Portugal 1
Libor Sionko Czech Republic 1
Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal 1
Ricardo Quaresma Portugal 1
Darijo Srna Croatia 1
Ivica Olic Croatia 1
Roger Guerreiro Poland 1
Ivica Vastic Austria 1
Adrian Mutu Romania 1
Christian Panucci Italy 1
Dirk Kuyt Holland 1
Arjen Robben Holland 1
Thierry Henry France 1
Konstantin Zyryanov Russia 1
Jan Koller Czech Republic 1
Jaroslav Plasil Czech Republic 1
Klaas Jan Huntelaar Holland 1
Andrea Pirlo Italy 1
Daniele De Rossi Italy 1
Ruben de la Red Spain 1
Angelos Charisteas Greece 1
Nuno Gomes Portugal 1
Helder Postiga Portugal 1
Dmitri Torbinski Russia 1
Philipp Lahm Germany 1
Ugur Boral Turkey 1
Xavi Hernandez Spain 1
David Silva Spain 1
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