European Championship 1976 (Details)


Qualifying Rounds

GROUP 1

30 October 1974 Wembley - London
England – Czechoslovakia 3-0
72' Channon 1-0, 80', 83' Bell 2-0, 3-0
Referee: Michel Kitabdjian (FRA) Attendance: 86.000
YC: Ivan Pekarik (Czechoslovakia)
England: 1 Ray Clemence / 2 Paul Madeley, 3 Emlyn Hughes, 4 John Martin Dobson 
         (14 David Thomas 62.), 5 David V Watson, 6 Norman Hunter, 7 Colin Bell, 
         8 Michael Channon, 9 Frank Worthington (16 Trevor Donald Brooking 62.), 
         10 Kevin Keegan, 11 Gerald Francis. 
         Coach: Donald Revie
Czechoslovakia: 1 Ivo Viktor / 2 Vojtech Varadin, 3 Jozef Capkovic 
                (12 Rostislav Vojacek 62.), 4 Anton Ondruš, 5 Ján Pivarnik, 
                6 Miroslav Gajdusek, 7 Premsyl Bicovsky (16 Ladislav Kuna 70.), 
                8 Jan Svehlik, 9 Ivan Pekarik, 10 Marian Masny, 11 Pavel Stratil. 
                Coach: Vaclav Jezek

20 November 1974 Wembley - London
England – Portugal 0-0
Referee: Anton Bucheli (SUI) Attendance: 85.700
YC : Artur Correia, Firmino Sardinha (Portugal)
England : 1 Ray Clemence / 2 Paul Madeley, 3 Terence Cooper (14 Frank Worthington 20.), 
          4 Trevor Donald Brooking, 5 David V Watson, 6 Emlyn Hughes, 7 Colin Bell, 
          8 Michael Channon, 9 Gerald Francis, 10 Allan Clarke (16 Colin Todd 65.), 
          11 David Thomas. 
          Coach: Donald Revie
Portugal: 1 Vitor Damas Oliveira / 2 Artur Correia, 3 Humberto Coelho, 4 Carlos Alhinho, 
          5 Firmino Sardinha, 6 Adelino Teixeira, 7 João ALVES, 8 Vitor Martins, 
          9 Nené Manuel B Gomes Tamagnini (15 Antonio Oliveira 76.), 10 Octávio Machado, 
          11 Francisco Faria (16 Romeu Da Silva 76.). 
          Coach: José Maria Pedroto

16 April 1975 Wembley - London
England – Cyprus 5-0
3', 32', 52', 56', 87' MacDonald 1-0, 2-0, 3-0, 4-0, 5-0
Referee: Martti Hirviniemi (FIN) Attendance: 68.245
YC: Christakis Kovis {Cyprus)
England: 1 Peter Shilton / 2 Paul Madeley, 3 Thomas Kevin Beattie, 4 Colin Bell, 
         5 David V Watson, 6 Colin Todd, 7 Alan Ball, 8 Michael Channon (16 David Thomas), 
         9 Malcolm MacDonald, 10 Alan Hudson, 11 Kevin Keegan. 
         Coach: Donald Revie
Cyprus: 1 Michalis ALKIVIADES (13 Andreas Constantinou Li 60.) / 2 Christakis Kovis, 
        3 Dimitris KIZAS, 4 Nikos Pantziaras, 5 Kyriacos Koureas, 6 Gregory SAVVA, 
        7 Michalakis Theodorou, 8 Stephanis Michael, 9 Marios Marcou, 
        10 Nikos Charalambous (12 Andreas Constantinou 45.), 11 Andreas Stylianou. 
        Coach: Pambos Avraamides

20 April 1975 Sparta Stadium - Prague
Czechoslovakia – Cyprus 4-0
10', 35'(pen), 57' Panenka 1-0, 2-0, 3-0, 78' Masny 4-0
Referee: Heinz Einbeck (GER) Attendance: 5.000
Czechoslovakia: 1 Ivo Viktor / 2 Zdenek Koubek, 3 Jozef Capkovic (16 Ladislav Petras 74.), 
                4 Anton Ondruš, 5 Ján Pivarnik, 6 Miroslav Gajdusek, 7 Premsyl Bicovsky,
                8 Antonín Panenka, 9 Jan Svehlik, 10 Marian Masny, 11 Zdenek Nehoda.
                Coach: Vaclav Jezek
Cyprus : 1 Fanos Stylianou / 2 Christakis Kovis, 3 Dimitris KIZAS, 4 Stavros Stylianou, 
         5 Nikos Pantziaras, 6 Gregory SAVVA, 7 Melis Asprou (15 Panikos Efthymiades 64.), 
         8 Stephanis Michael (14 Christakis Yiolitis 75.), 9 Marios Marcou, 
         10 Nikos Charalambous, 11 Andreas Stylianou. 
         Coach: Pambos Avraamides

30 April 1975 Sparta Stadium - Prague
Czechoslovakia – Portugal 5-0
11', 22' Bicovsky 1-0, 2-0, 25', 46' Nehoda 3-0, 4-0, 52' Petras 5-0
Referee : Ferdinand Biwersi (GER) Attendance: 25.000
YC: Humberto Coelho (Portugal), 
    Miroslav Gajdusek (Czechoslovakia)
Czechoslovakia : 1 Ivo Viktor / 2 Zdenek Koubek (16 Jindrich Svoboda 76.), 3 Jozef Capkovic, 
                 4 Anton Ondruš, 5 Ján Pivarnik, 6 Lubomir Knapp (12 Jan Medvid 80.), 
                 7 Premsyl Bicovsky, 8 Marian Masny, 9 Ladislav Petras, 
                 10 Miroslav Gajdusek, 11 Zdenek Nehoda. 
                 Coach: Vaclav Jezek
Portugal: 1 Vitor Damas Oliveira / 2 Francisco Rebelo, 3 Humberto Coelho, 4 Carlos Alhinho, 
          5 António Barros, 6 Octávio Machado, 7 João ALVES, 8 António Oliveira
          (13 Minervino Pietra 49.), 9 Nené Manuel B Gomes Tamagnini 
          (16 Fernando Mendes Gomes 64.), 10 Samuel Fraguito, 11 Mário Mateus. 
          Coach : José Maria Pedroto

11 May 1975 Tsirion - Limassol
Cyprus – England 0-1
6' Keegan 0-1
Referee: Tzwetan Petrov Stanev (BUL) Attendance: 21.000
Cyprus : 1 Andreas Constantinou Ii / 2 Christakis Kovis, 3 Dimitris KIZAS, 
         4 Stavros Stylianou, 5 Nikos Pantziaras, 6 Stephanis Michael, 
         7 Tassos Constantinou, 8 Andreas Miamiliotis (15 Takis Papettas 78.), 
         9 Gregory SAVVA, 10 Nikos Charalambous, 11 Demetrakis Panayiotou 
         (13 George Antoniou 57.).
         Coach: Pambos Avraamides
England: 1 Ray Clemence / 2 Stephen Whitworth, 3 Thomas Kevin Beattie (14 Emlyn Hughes 41.), 
         4 Colin Bell, 5 David V Watson, 6 Colin Todd, 7 Alan Ball, 8 Michael Channon, 
         9 Malcolm MacDonald, 10 Kevin Keegan, 11 David Thomas (12 Dennis Tueart 72.). 
         Coach: Donald Revie

08 June 1975 Tsirion - Limassol
Cyprus – Portugal 0-2
25' Gomes Tamagnini 0-1, 89' Moinhos 0-2
Referee: Gheorghe Limona (ROM) Attendance: 9.000
YC: Freitas Alexandrino (Portugal)
Cyprus : 1 Fanos Stylianou / 2 Christakis Kovis, 3 Dimitris KIZAS, 4 Stavros Stylianou, 
         5 Nikos Pantziaras, 6 Stephanis Michael, 7 Andreas Savva, 8 Marios Marcou, 
         9 Gregory SAVVA, 10 Nikos Charalambous (13 Dimitrios Economou 65.), 
         11 Takis Papettas (14 Andreas Kanaris 72.). 
         Coach : Pambos Avraamides
Portugal : 1 Vitor Damas Oliveira / 2 Artur Correia, 3 Humberto Coelho,
           4 Fernando José Antonio FREITAS ALEXANDRINO, 5 António Barros, 
           6 Octávio Machado, 7 João ALVES, 8 António Oliveira, 
           9 Nené Manuel B Gomes Tamagnini (16 Mario Moinhos 55.), 10 Vitor Godinho, 
           11 Mário Mateus. 
           Coach: José Maria Pedroto

30 October 1975 Tehelné Pole - Bratislava
Czechoslovakia – England 2-1
27’ Channon 0-1, 45' Nehoda 1-1, 46' Gallis 2-1
Referee: Alberto Michelotti (ITA) Attendance: 45.000
YC: Ian Gillard (England), 
    Ladislav Jurkemik (Czechoslovakia)
Czechoslovakia: 1 Ivo Viktor / 2 Koloman Gögh (12 Karol Dobias 81.), 3 Ladislav Jurkemik, 
                4 Anton Ondruš, 5 Ján Pivarnik, 6 Lubomir Knapp, 7 Premsyl Bicovsky, 
                8 Dusan Gallis, 9 Jaroslav Pollak, 10 Marian Masny, 11 Zdenek Nehoda. 
                Coach: Vaclav Jezek
England: 1 Ray Clemence / 2 Paul Madeley, 3 Ian Gillard, 4 Gerald Francis, 5 Roy McFarland 
         (14 David V Watson 56.), 6 Colin Todd, 7 Kevin Keegan, 8 Michael Channon 
         (16 David Thomas 72.), 9 Malcolm MacDonald, 10 Allan Clarke, 11 Colin Bell. 
         Coach: Donald Revie

12 November 1975 As Antas - Porto
Portugal – Czechoslovakia 1-1
6' Ondruš 0-1, 7' Gomes Tamagnini 1-1
Referee: Charles Corver (HOL) Attendance: 45.000
YC: Humberto Coelho (Portugal),
    Dusan Gallis (Czechoslovakia) 
Portugal: 1 Vitor Damas Oliveira / 2 Francisco Rebelo, 3 Humberto Coelho, 
          4 Fernando José Antonio FREITAS ALEXANDRINO, 5 Artur Correia, 
          6 Octávio Machado, 7 João ALVES, 8 António Oliveira, 
          9 Nené Manuel B Gomes Tamagnini 
          (9 Antonio Luis Oliveira 45. / 16 Mario Mateus 75.), 10 Vitor Baptista, 
          11 Mário Moinhos. 
          Coach : José Maria Pedroto
Czechoslovakia : 1 Ivo Viktor / 2 Koloman Gögh, 3 Ladislav Jurkemik, 4 Anton Ondruš, 
                 5 Ján Pivarnik, 6 Jozef Moder, 7 Premsyl Bicovsky, 8 Dusan Gallis 
                 (16 Frantisek Vesely 78.), 9 Jaroslav Pollak, 10 Marian Masny 
                 (12 Karol Dobias 88.), 11 Zdenek Nehoda. 
                 Coach: Vaclav Jezek

19 November 1975 José Alvalade (old) - Lisbon
Portugal – England 1-1
16' De Garcia Pinto Rodrigues 1-0, 42' Channon 1-1
Referee: Erich Linemayr (AUT)Attendance: 40.000
YC: Thomas Kevin Beattie (England)
Portugal: 1 Vitor Damas Oliveira / 2 Francisco Rebelo (- Antonio Jose Lima Pereira 46.), 
          3 Rui De Garcia Pinto Rodrigues (13 Antonio Alvaro Carolino 50.),
          4 Fernando José Antonio FREITAS ALEXANDRINO, 5 Artur Correia, 6 Octávio Machado, 
          7 João ALVES, 8 António Oliveira, 9 Nené Manuel B Gomes Tamagnini,
          10 Vitor Baptista, 11 Mário Moinhos. 
          Coach: José Maria Pedroto
England: 1 Ray Clemence / 2 Stephen Whitworth, 3 Thomas Kevin Beattie, 4 Paul Madeley 
         (12 Allan Clarke 70.), 5 David V Watson, 6 Colin Todd, 7 Kevin Keegan, 
         8 Michael Channon, 9 Malcolm MacDonald (14 David Thomas 70.), 
         10 Gerald Francis, 11 Trevor Donald Brooking. 
         Coach: Donald Revie

23 November 1975 Tsirion - Limassol
Cyprus – Czechoslovakia 0-3
9' Nehoda 0-1, 27' Bicovsky 0-2, 33' Masny 0-3
Referee: Sandor Petri (HUN) Attendance: 9.000
Cyprus: 1 Michalis ALKIVIADES / 2 Paschalis Fokis (12 Kallis Constantinou 66.), 
        3 Ioannis Mertakas, 4 Stavros Stylianou, 5 Nikos Pantziaras, 6 Gregory SAVVA, 
        7 Takis Papettas, 8 Stephanis Michael, 9 Marios Marcou, 10 Soteris Kaiafas 
        (13 Andreas Miamiliotis 35.), 11 Andreas Kanaris. 
        Coach : Pambos Avraamides
Czechoslovakia : 1 Ivo Viktor / 2 Koloman Gögh, 3 Ladislav Jurkemik, 4 Anton Ondruš, 
                 5 Ján Pivarnik, 6 Jozef Moder, 7 Premsyl Bicovsky, 8 Jan Svehlik 
                 (16 Frantisek Vesely 70.), 9 Jaroslav Pollak (15 Jan Medvid 66.), 
                 10 Marian Masny, 11 Zdenek Nehoda. 
                 Coach: Vaclav Jezek

03 December 1975 O Bonfim - Setubal
Portugal – Cyprus 1-0
20' ALVES 1-0
Referee: Richard Casha (MLT) Attendance: 4.000
YC: Takis Papettas (Cyprus)
Portugal : 1 António Botelho / 2 Artur Correia, 3 José Jesús MENDES, 
           4 Fernando José Antonio FREITAS ALEXANDRINO, 5 Antônio José Lima Pereira, 
           6 Octávio Machado, 7 João ALVES, 8 António Oliveira, 9 António Oliveira, 
           10 Vitor Baptista, 11 Mário Moinhos (15 Manuel Fernandes 45.). 
           Coach : José Maria Pedroto
Cyprus : 1 Fanos Stylianou / 2 Stavros Stylianou, 3 Ioannis Mertakas, 
         4 Kallis Constantinou, 5 Nikos Pantziaras, 6 Stephanis Michael, 
         7 Takis Papettas (13 Panikos Efthymiades 59.), 8 Andreas Miamiliotis, 
         9 Marios Marcou, 10 Gregory SAVVA, 11 Andreas Kanaris 
         (14 Demetrakis Panayiotou 75.). 
         Coach: Pambos Avraamides


Group 2

04 September 1974 Prater - Vienna
Austria – Wales 2-1
34' Griffiths 0-1, 63' Kreuz 1-1, 75' Krankl 1-2
Referee: Dogan Babacan (TUR) Attendance: 35.000
YC: Philip Roberts, John Toshack (Wales)
Austria: 1 Herbert Rettensteiner / 2 Johann Eigenstiller, 3 Johannes Winkelbauer, 
         4 Eduard Krieger, 5 Werner Kriess, 6 Werner Walzer, 7 Josef Stering, 
         8 Wilhelm Kreuz, 9 Hans Krankl, 10 August Starek, 11 Rainer Schlagbauer
         (13 Helmut Koglberger 61.). 
         Coach: Leopold Stastny
Wales: 1 Gareth Sprake / 2 Philip Roberts, 3 Leighton Phillips, 4 David Roberts, 
       5 John Roberts, 6 Terence Yorath, 7 John Mahoney, 8 Arfon Griffiths, 
       9 Gilbert Reece, 10 John Toshack, 11 Leighton James. 
       Coach: Michael Smith

13 October 1974 Josy Barthel - Luxembourg
Luxembourg – Hungary 2-4
14’ Dussier 1-0, 18’ Horvath 1-1, 29’ Nagy 1-2, 43'(pen) Dussier 2-2, 55' Nagy 2-3, 
71' Balint 2-4
Referee: Magnus V. Petursson (ISL) Attendance: 3.000
Luxembourg: 1 Jeannot Moes / 2 Roger Fandel, 3 René Flenghi, 4 Joé Hansen, 
            5 Robert Da Grava, 6 Paul Philipp, 7 Jean Zuang, 8 Louis Trierweiler, 
            9 Gilbert Dussier, 10 Nico Braun, 11 Pierrot Langers. 
            Coach: Gilbert Legrand
Hungary: 1 Ferenc Mészaros / 2 Péter Török, 3 László Harsanyi, 4 Mihaly Kantor, 
         5 László Balint, 6 József Horvath, 7 Mihaly Pénzes, 8 András Toth, 
         9 Tibor Kiss, 10 László Fazekas, 11 László Nagy. 
         Coach: 

30 October 1974 Ninian Park - Cardiff
Wales – Hungary 2-0
57' Griffiths 1-0, 87' Toshack 2-0
Referee: Antonio José Garrido Da Silva (POR) Attendance: 15.000
YC: Jozsef Mucha, Mihaly Kantor (Hungary),
    Harold Michael England (Wales)
Wales: 1 Gareth Sprake (12 Thomas John Phillips 85.) / 2 Roderick Thomas, 
       3 Philip Roberts, 4 John Mahoney, 5 Harold Michael England, 
       6 Leighton Phillips, 7 Arfon Griffiths, 8 Terence Yorath, 
       9 Gilbert Reece, 10 John Toshack, 11 Leighton James. 
       Coach: Michael Smith
Hungary: 1 Ferenc Mészaros / 2 Péter Török, 3 László Balint, 4 Mihaly Kantor, 
         5 Zoltán Halmosi, 6 József Mucha, 7 László Fekete, 8 András Toth 
         (16 Jozsef Poczik 63.), 9 Tibor Kiss, 10 László Fazekas, 11 László Nagy. 
         Coach: 

20 November 1974 Vetch Field - Swansea
Wales – Luxembourg 5-0
34' Toshack 1-0, 53' England 2-0, 70' Roberts 3-0, 73' Griffiths 4-0, 74' Yorath 5-0
Referee: Preben Christophersen (DEN) Attendance: 10.530
YC: Roger Fandel, Robert Da Grava (Luxembourg)
Wales: 1 Gareth Sprake / 2 Roderick Thomas, 3 Philip Roberts, 4 Terence Yorath, 
       5 Harold Michael England, 6 Leighton Phillips, 7 John Mahoney 
       (16 Brian Flynn 70.), 8 Arfon Griffiths, 9 Gilbert Reece, 10 John Toshack, 
       11 Leighton James. 
       Coach: Michael Smith
Luxembourg: 1 Lucien Thill / 2 Roger Fandel, 3 Joé Hansen, 4 René Flenghi, 
            5 Robert Da Grava (12 Henri Roemer 73.), 6 Jean Zuang, 7 Louis Pilot, 
            8 Louis Trierweiler, 9 Gilbert Dussier, 10 Paul Philipp, 
            11 Pierrot Langers (15 Jean-Paul Martin 63.).
            Coach: Gilbert Legrand

16 March 1975 Josy Barthel - Luxembourg
Luxembourg – Austria 1-2
11' Braun 1-0, 58' Köglberger 1-1, 75' Krankl 1-2
Referee: Leonardus Van Der Kroft (HOL) Attendance: 4.000
YC: Egon Pajenk (Austria)
Luxembourg: 1 Jeannot Moes / 2 Roger Fandel, 3 Joé Hansen, 4 Louis Pilot, 
            5 Jean-Louis Margue, 6 Jean Zuang, 7 Louis Trierweiler, 8 Paul Philipp, 
            9 Gilbert Zender (15 Jean-Paul Goerres 80.), 10 Gilbert Dussier, 
            11 Nico Braun.
            Coach: Gilbert Legrand
Austria: 1 Friedrich Koncilia / 2 Roland Hattenberger, 3 Norbert Hof, 
         4 Johann Eigenstiller, 5 Egon Pajenk, 6 Herbert Prohaska, 
         7 Josef Hickersberger, 8 Manfred Gombasch, 9 Hans Krankl, 
         10 Kurt Welzl (16 Helmut Koglberger 46.), 11 Josef Stering. 
         Coach: Leopold Stastny

02 April 1975 Prater - Vienna
Austria – Hungary 0-0
Referee: John Keith Taylor (ENG) Attendance: 80.000
Austria: 1 Friedrich Koncilia / 2 Johann Eigenstiller, 3 Johannes Winkelbauer, 
         4 Erich Obermayer, 5 Heinrich Strasser, 6 Roland Hattenberger, 
         7 Herbert Prohaska, 8 Helmut Köglberger (16 Hans Pirkner 69.), 
         9 Hans Krankl, 10 Wilhelm Kreuz, 11 Alfred Riedl. 
         Coach: Leopold Stastny
Hungary: 1 Ferenc Mészaros / 2 Péter Török, 3 János Nagy Iii, 4 József Toth, 
         5 Karoly Csapo, 6 László Balint, 7 Ferenc Bene, 8 Lajos Kocsis, 
         9 László Branikovits (13 Laszlo Fekete 69.), 10 József Horvath, 
         11 András Toth (12 Sandor Pinter 69.). 
         Coach: 

16 April 1975 Ferenc Puskás - Budapest
Hungary – Wales 1-2
44' Toshack 0-1, 69' Mahoney 0-2, 77' Branikovits 1-2
Referee : Pablo A. + Sanchez Ibanez (ESP) Attendance: 25.000
YC: Malcolm Page, Gilbert Reece (Wales),
    Ferenc Meszaros (Hungary) 
Hungary: 1 Ferenc Mészaros / 2 Péter Török, 3 János Nagy Iii, 4 József Toth, 
         5 Karoly Csapo (13 Ferenc Bene 55.), 6 László Balint, 7 Mihaly Kozma, 
         8 Lajos Kocsis, 9 László Branikovits, 10 József Horvath 
         (14 Sandor Pinter 46.), 11 János Maté. 
         Coach: 
Wales: 1 William Dai Davies / 2 Roderick Thomas, 3 Malcolm Page, 4 Terence Yorath, 
       5 John Roberts, 6 Leighton Phillips, 7 John Mahoney, 8 Arfon Griffiths, 
       9 Gilbert Reece (15 David Smallman 83.), 10 John Toshack, 11 Leighton James
       (13 Brian Flynn 59.).
       Coach: Michael Smith

01 May 1975 Josy Barthel - Luxembourg
Luxembourg – Wales 1-3
24' Reece 0-1, 32' James 0-2, 39'(pen) Philipp 1-2, 83' James 1-3
Referee: Jan Peeters (BEL) Attendance : 5.000
YC: John Toshack (Wales)
Luxembourg : 1 Jeannot Moes / 2 Roger Fandel, 3 Joé Hansen, 4 Louis Pilot, 
             5 Jean-Louis Margue, 6 Jean Zuang, 7 Louis Trierweiler, 8 Paul Philipp, 
             9 Jean-Paul Martin (14 Jeannot Krecke 46. / 13 Henri Roemer 77.)), 
             10 Gilbert Zender, 11 Nico Braun. 
             Coach: Gilbert Legrand
Wales: 1 William Dai Davies / 2 Roderick Thomas, 3 Malcolm Page, 4 Terence Yorath, 
       5 David Roberts, 6 Leighton Phillips, 7 John Mahoney, 8 Arfon Griffiths 
       (13 Brian Flynn 58.), 9 Gilbert Reece, 10 John Toshack, 11 Leighton James. 
       Coach: Michael Smith

24 September 1975 Ferenc Puskás - Budapest
Hungary – Austria 2-1
3' Nyilasi 1-0, 17'(pen) Krankl 1-1, 33' Pusztai 2-1
Referee: René Vigliani (FRA) Attendance: 35.000
YC : Tibor Nyilasi (Hungary),
     Peter Koncilia, Manfred Steiner (Austria)
Hungary: 1 László Kovács / 2 János Nagy Iii, 3 László Balint, 4 Sándor Lukacs, 
         5 Tibor Nyilasi, 6 Tibor Rab, 7 László Pusztai, 8 Lajos Kocsis,
         9 László Fazekas, 10 András Toth (14 Sandor Pinter 75.), 
         11 László Nagy (17 Bela Varady 45.). 
         Coach: 
Austria: 1 Friedrich Koncilia / 2 Robert Sara, 3 Erich Obermayer 
         (15 Johannes Winkelbauer 45.), 4 Bruno Pezzey, 5 Werner Kriess, 
         6 Peter Koncilia, 7 Günther Rinker, 8 Herbert Prohaska 
         (16 Manfred Steiner 45.), 9 Kurt Welzl, 10 Kurt Jara, 11 Hans Krankl. 
         Coach: Leopold Stastny

15 October 1975 Prater - Vienna
Austria – Luxembourg 6-2
1’ Welzl 1-0, 5' Braun 1-1, 32' Philipp 1-2, 38’ Krankl 2-2, 41’ Jara 3-2, 
46’ Welzl 4-2, 76'(pen) Krankl 5-2, 80' Prohaska 6-2
Referee: Miroslav Kopal (CZE) Attendance: 20.000
YC: Heinrich Strasser (Austria),
    Jean-Louis Margue (Luxembourg)
Austria: 1 Friedrich Koncilia / 2 Werner Kriess, 3 Johannes Winkelbauer, 
         4 Heinrich Strasser, 5 Bruno Pezzey, 6 Herbert Prohaska, 7 Kurt Welzl, 
         8 Peter Koncilia, 9 Hans Krankl, 10 Hans Ettmayer, 11 Kurt Jara. 
         Coach: Leopold Stastny
Luxembourg : 1 René Hoffmann / 2 Emile Lahure, 3 Joé Hansen, 4 Louis Pilot, 
             5 Jean-Louis Margue, 6 Jean Zuang, 7 Pierrot Langers 
             (14 Jeannot Krecke 78.), 8 Louis Trierweiler, 9 Gilbert Dussier
             (9 Francois Hauer 75.), 10 Paul Philipp, 11 Nico Braun. 
             Coach: Gilbert Legrand

19 October 1975 Rohonci Út - Szombathely
Hungary – Luxembourg 8-1
13' Pinter 1-0, 21', 32', 44', 57', 67' Nyilasi 2-0, 3-0, 4-0, 5-0, 6-0, 
78' Wollek 7-0, 83' Dussier 7-1, 84' Várady 8-1
Referee: Nikola Milanov Doudine (BUL) Attendance: 10.000
YC: Paul Philipp (Luxembourg)
Hungary: 1 Adam Rothermel / 2 János Nagy Iii, 3 László Balint, 4 Sándor Lukacs, 
         5 József Kovács, 6 Tibor Rab, 7 László Fazekas, 8 Tibor Nyilasi, 
         9 Béla Várady, 10 Sándor Pinter (12 Tibor Wollek 70.), 11 László Nagy. 
         Coach:
Luxembourg: 1 Raymond Zender / 2 Léon Schmit, 3 Joé Hansen, 4 Louis Pilot, 
            5 Emile Lahure, 6 Jean Zuang, 7 Louis Trierweiler (13 Rene Flenghi 57.), 
            8 Paul Philipp, 9 Pierrot Langers (14 Jeannot Krecke 75.), 
            10 Gilbert Dussier, 11 Nico Braun. 
            Coach: Gilbert Legrand

19 November 1975 The Racecourse - Wrexham
Wales – Austria 1-0
69' Griffiths 1-0
Referee: Sergio Gonella (ITA) Attendance: 30.000
YC: Herbert Prohaska, Bruno Pezzey (Austria),
    David Smallman, Terence Yorath (Wales)
Wales: 1 Brian Lloyd / 2 Roderick Thomas, 3 Joseph Patrick Jones, 4 John Mahoney, 
       5 Leighton Phillips, 6 Ian Evans, 7 Arfon Griffiths, 8 Brian Flynn, 
       9 Terence Yorath, 10 David Smallman, 11 Leighton James. 
       Coach: Michael Smith
Austria: 1 Friedrich Koncilia / 2 Robert Sara, 3 Johannes Winkelbauer, 
         4 Werner Kriess, 5 Bruno Pezzey, 6 Manfred Steiner, 7 Kurt Welzl, 
         8 Herbert Prohaska, 9 Hans Krankl, 10 Hans Ettmayer, 11 Kurt Jara. 
         Coach: Branko Elsner


Group 3

04 September 1974 Ullevål - Oslo
Norway - Northern Ireland 2-1
3' Finney 0-1, 59', 72' Lund 1-1, 2-1
Referee: Alfred Delcourt (BEL) Attendance: 7.200
Norway: 1 Geir Karlsen / 2 Reidar Goa, 3 Jan Birkelund, 4 Torkild Brakstad, 
        5 Svein Grøndalen, 6 Egil Austbø, 7 Tor Egil Johansen, 8 Svein Kvia, 
        9 Jan Fuglset, 10 Thomas Lund, 11 Harry Hestad. 
        Coach: Kjell Schou Andreassen
Northern Ireland: 1 Pat Jennings / 2 Patrick Rice, 3 David Craig (14 Hugh Dowd 46.), 
                  4 Liam J O'Kane, 5 Allan Hunter, 6 David Clements, 7 Bryan Hamilton, 
                  8 Thomas Cassidy, 9 Thomas Finney, 10 Sammy McIlroy, 
                  11 Christopher McGrath (16 Thomas Jackson 65.). 
                  Coach: David Clements

30 October 1974 Råsunda - Solna
Sweden - Northern Ireland 0-2
7' Nicholl 0-1, 23' O'Neill 0-2
Referee: Theodorus Boosten (HOL) Attendance: 18.131
Sweden: 1 Ronnie Hellström / 2 Roland Andersson, 3 Kent Karlsson, 4 Björn Nordqvist, 
        5 Björn Andersson, 6 Staffan Tapper, 7 Bo Larsson, 8 Conny Torstensson 
        (16 Jan Mattsson 46.), 9 Ove Kindvall (15 Thomas Nordahl 64.), 10 Ralf Edström, 
        11 Roland Sandberg. 
        Coach: Georg Ericsson
Northern Ireland: 1 Pat Jennings / 2 Liam J O'Kane, 3 Samuel Nelson (15 Ronald Blair 46.), 
                  4 Thomas Jackson, 5 Allan Hunter, 6 Christopher Nicholl, 
                  7 Bryan Hamilton, 8 Hugh Dowd, 9 Samuel Morgan, 10 Sammy McIlroy, 
                  11 Martin O'Neill. 
                  Coach: David Clements

30 October 1974 FK Partizan - Belgrade
Yugoslavia – Norway 3-1
36' Lund 0-1, 43’ M. Vukotic 1-1, 58’,72’ Katalinski 2-1, 3-1
Referee: Antoine Queudeville (LUX) Attendance: 15.000
Yugoslavia: 1 Ognjen Petrovic / 2 Vilson Dzoni, 3 Dzemal Hadziabdic, 4 Jurica Jerkovic, 
            5 Josip Katalinski, 6 Ivan Buljan, 7 Slavisa Zungul, 8 Momcilo Vukotic, 
            9 Ivan Surjak, 10 Franjo Vladic (12 Ljubisa Rajkovic 78.), 11 Dragan Dzajic. 
            Coach: Ante Mladinic
Norway: 1 Geir Karlsen / 2 Oistein WORMDAHL, 3 Jan Birkelund, 4 Torkild Brakstad, 
        5 Svein Grøndalen, 6 Egil Austbø, 7 Svein Kvia (12 Jan Fuglset 72.), 
        8 Tor Egil Johansen, 9 Terje OLSEN, 10 Thomas Lund, 11 Harry Hestad. 
        Coach: Kjell Schou Andreassen

16 April 1975 Windsor Park - Belfast
Northern Ireland – Yugoslavia 1-0
22' Hamilton 1-0
Referee: Robert Wurtz (FRA) Attendance: 30.000
YC: Sammy McIlroy (N.Ireland),
    Ivan Buljan (Yugoslavia)
Northern Ireland: 1 Pat Jennings / 2 Patrick Rice, 3 Samuel Nelson, 4 Christopher Nicholl, 
                  5 Allan Hunter, 6 David Clements, 7 Bryan Hamilton, 8 Martin O'Neill, 
                  9 Derek Spence, 10 Sammy McIlroy, 11 Thomas Jackson. 
                  Coach: David Clements
Yugoslavia: 1 Ognjen Petrovic / 2 Drazen Muzinic, 3 Dzemal Hadziabdic, 4 Luka Peruzovic, 
            5 Josip Katalinski, 6 Ivan Buljan, 7 Slobodan Jankovic, 8 Branko Oblak, 
            9 Momcilo Vukotic (14 Franjo Vladic 46.), 10 Jurica Jerkovic 
            (13 Ivan Miljkovic 75.), 11 Ivan Surjak. 
            Coach: Ante Mladinic

04 June 1975 Råsunda - Solna
Sweden – Yugoslavia 1-2
17' Edström 1-0, 41’ Katalinski 1-1, 77’ Ivezic 1-2
Referee: Vital Loraux (BEL) Attendance: 27.250
Sweden: 1 Ronnie Hellström (12 Goran Hagberg 46.) / 2 Roland Andersson, 3 Kent Karlsson, 
        4 Björn Nordqvist, 5 Jörgen Augustsson, 6 Eine Fredriksson, 7 Roland Sandberg, 
        8 Ove Grahn, 9 Thomas Sjöberg (16 Thomas Nordahl 65.), 10 Ralf Edström, 
        11 Benny Wendt. 
        Coach: Georg Ericsson
Yugoslavia: 1 Ognjen Petrovic / 2 Ivan Buljan, 3 Dzemal Hadziabdic, 4 Drazen Muzinic, 
            5 Josip Katalinski, 6 Vladislav Bogicevic, 7 Danilo Popivoda, 8 Branko Oblak, 
            9 Dusan Savic (9 Zvonko Ivezic 65.), 10 Franjo Vladic, 11 Ivan Surjak. 
            Coach: Ante Mladinic

09 June 1975 Ullevål - Oslo
Norway – Yugoslavia 1-3
12’ Buljan 0-1, 13’ Bogicevic 0-2, 25’ Surjak 0-3, 65' Thunberg 1-3
Referee: Edgar H. Pedersen (DEN) Attendance: 21.700
Norway: 1 Erik Johannessen (12 Geir Karlsen 74.) / 2 Erling Meirik, 3 Reidar Goa 
        (3 Trond Pedersen 40.), 4 Jan Birkelund, 5 Svein Grøndalen, 6 Harry Hestad, 
        7 Tor Egil Johansen, 8 Svein Kvia, 9 Stein Thunberg, 10 Thomas Lund, 
        11 Gabriel Høyland. 
        Coach: Kjell Schou Andreassen
Yugoslavia: 1 Ognjen Petrovic / 2 Josip Katalinski, 3 Ivan Buljan, 4 Drazen Muzinic, 
            5 Dzemal Hadziabdic, 6 Vladislav Bogicevic, 7 Branko Oblak, 8 Franjo Vladic, 
            9 Danilo Popivoda, 10 Dusan Savic (10 Zvonko Ivezic 69.), 11 Ivan Surjak. 
            Coach: Ante Mladinic

30 June 1975 Råsunda - Solna
Sweden – Norway 3-1
33' Nordahl 1-0, 54'(pen) Olsen 1-1, 56' Nordahl 2-1, 65'(pen) Grahn 3-1
Referee: Rudi Glöckner (GER) Attendance: 9.580
Sweden: 1 Ronnie Hellström / 2 Roland Andersson, 3 Kent Karlsson, 4 Roy Andersson, 
        5 Jörgen Augustsson, 6 Anders Linderoth, 7 Ove Grahn, 8 Eine Fredriksson
        (15 Curt Olsberg 60.), 9 Roland Sandberg, 10 Thomas Nordahl, 11 Benny Wendt 
        (16 Jan Mattsson 65.).
        Coach: Georg Ericsson
Norway: 1 Erik Johannessen (12 Tore Antonsen 80.) / 2 Erling Meirik, 3 Helge Karlsen, 
        4 Svein Grøndalen, 5 Trond PEDERSEN, 6 Tor Egil Johansen, 7 Svein Kvia, 
        8 Erik Just Olsen, 9 Frode Larsen (16 Stein Thunberg 70.), 10 Helge Skuseth, 
        11 Gabriel Høyland. 
        Coach: Kjell Schou Andreassen

13 August 1975 Ullevål - Oslo
Norway – Sweden 0-2
30' Sandberg 0-1, 53' Sjöberg 0-2
Referee: Anders Mattsson (FIN) Attendance: 18.011
YC: Sigbjorn Slinning (Norway),
    Ralf Edstrom (Sweden)
Norway: 1 Tore Antonsen / 2 Trond PEDERSEN, 3 Helge Karlsen, 4 Svein Grøndalen, 
        5 Sigbjorn Slinning, 6 Jan Hansen, 7 Svein Kvia, 8 Frode Larsen, 
        9 Stein Thunberg (15 Tor Egil Johansen 80.), 10 Helge Skuseth, 
        11 Gabriel Høyland (16 Svein Mathisen 68.). 
        Coach: Kjell Schou Andreassen
Sweden: 1 Ronnie Hellström / 2 Roland Andersson, 3 Kent Karlsson, 4 Björn Nordqvist,
        5 Jörgen Augustsson, 6 Ove Grahn, 7 Roland Sandberg, 8 Anders Linderoth,
        9 Thomas Sjöberg, 10 Ralf Edström, 11 Benny Wendt (15 Jan Mattsson 72.). 
        Coach: Georg Ericsson

03 September 1975 Windsor Park - Belfast
Northern Ireland – Sweden 1-2
32' Hunter 1-0, 44' Sjöberg 1-1, 55' Torstensson 1-2
Referee: Hans-Joachim Weyland (GER) Attendance: 15.000
YC: Jorgen Augustsson (Sweden)
Northern Ireland: 1 Pat Jennings / 2 Patrick Rice, 3 Samuel Nelson, 4 Christopher Nicholl, 
                  5 Allan Hunter, 6 David Clements, 7 Ronald Blair, 8 Bryan Hamilton 
                  (16 Samuel Morgan 65.), 9 Derek Spence, 10 Sammy McIlroy, 
                  11 Thomas Jackson. 
                  Coach: Terence Neill
Sweden: 1 Ronnie Hellström / 2 Roland Andersson, 3 Kent Karlsson, 4 Björn Nordqvist, 
        5 Jörgen Augustsson, 6 Eine Fredriksson, 7 Conny Torstensson, 8 Anders Linderoth, 
        9 Thomas Sjöberg, 10 Curt Olsberg (14 Staffan Tapper 46.), 11 Jan Mattsson.
        Coach: Georg Ericsson

15 October 1975 Maksimir - Zagreb
Yugoslavia – Sweden 3-0
17’ Oblak 1-0, 50’ Vladic 2-0, 83’ Vabec 3-0
Referee: Walter Hungerbühler (SUI) Attendance: 45.000
Yugoslavia: 1 Ognjen Petrovic / 2 Ivan Buljan, 3 Dzemal Hadziabdic, 4 Branko Oblak, 
            5 Josip Katalinski, 6 Drazen Muzinic, 7 Drago Vabec, 8 Jurica Jerkovic,
            9 Ivan Surjak, 10 Franjo Vladic, 11 Dragan Dzajic. 
            Coach: Ante Mladinic
Sweden: 1 Ronnie Hellström / 2 Roland Andersson, 3 Kent Karlsson, 4 Björn Nordqvist, 
        5 Jörgen Augustsson, 6 Staffan Tapper, 7 Conny Torstensson, 8 Anders Linderoth, 
        9 Thomas Sjöberg (16 Jan Mattsson 65.), 10 Ralf Edström, 11 Roland Sandberg. 
        Coach: Georg Ericsson

29 October 1975 Windsor Park - Belfast
Northern Ireland – Norway 3-0
2' Morgan 1-0, 5' McIlroy 2-0, 53' Hamilton 3-0
Referee: Gudjon Finnbogason (ISL) Attendance: 8.000
Northern Ireland: 1 Pat Jennings / 2 Patrick Rice, 3 Samuel Nelson, 4 Christopher Nicholl, 
                  5 Allan Hunter, 6 Thomas Jackson, 7 Bryan Hamilton, 8 Sammy McIlroy, 
                  9 Samuel Morgan (17 Terence Cochrane 60.), 10 John Jamison, 
                  11 Thomas Finney. 
                  Coach: Terence Neill
Norway: 1 Geir Karlsen (12 Tom Jacobsen 64.) / 2 Trond PEDERSEN, 3 Svein Grøndalen 
        (13 Borge Josefsen 35.), 4 Helge Karlsen, 5 Sigbjorn Slinning, 6 Jan Hansen, 
        7 Svein Kvia, 8 Helge Skuseth, 9 Gabriel Høyland, 10 Pal Jacobsen, 11 Harry Hestad. 
        Coach: Kjell Schou Andreassen

19 November 1975 FK Partizan - Belgrade
Yugoslavia - Northern Ireland 1-0
23’ Oblak 1-0
Referee: Antonio Camacho Jimenez (ESP) Attendance: 40.000
YC: Sammy McIlroy (N. Ireland)
Yugoslavia: 1 Ognjen Petrovic / 2 Ivan Buljan, 3 Dzemal Hadziabdic, 4 Branko Oblak, 
            5 Josip Katalinski, 6 Drazen Muzinic, 7 Jurica Jerkovic, 8 Momcilo Vukotic,
            9 Ivan Surjak, 10 Franjo Vladic, 11 Dragan Dzajic. 
            Coach: Ante Mladinic
Northern Ireland: 1 Pat Jennings / 2 Patrick Rice, 3 Peter Scott, 4 Christopher Nicholl, 
                  5 Allan Hunter, 6 David Clements, 7 Bryan Hamilton, 8 Sammy McIlroy, 
                  9 Samuel Morgan, 10 Thomas Jackson (17 David McCreery 30.), 
                  11 Thomas Finney. 
                  Coach: Terence Neill


Group 4

25 September 1974 Parken - Copenhagen
Denmark – Spain 1-2
27'(pen) Claramunt Torres 0-1, 40' MARTINEZ 0-2, 48'(pen) Nygaard 1-2
Referee: John Carpenter (IRL) Attendance: 27.300
YC: Henning Munk Jensen (Denmark)
RC: Jose Claramunt Torres (70.)
Denmark: 1 Benno Larsen / 2 Flemming Mortensen, 3 Henning Munk Jensen, 4 Keld Seneca, 
         5 Jørgen Rasmussen, 6 Niels Sørensen (13 Jorgen Jorgensen 72.), 7 Morten Olsen, 
         8 Kristen Nygaard, 9 Allan Simonsen, 10 Henning Jensen, 
         11 Niels Christian Holmstrøm (14 Ove Flindt Bjerg 46.). 
         Coach: Rudolf Strittich
Spain: 1 José Angel Iríbar Cartajanera / 2 Juan Cruz SOL, 3 Gregorio Benito Rubio, 
       4 José Luis Capón González, 5 Jesús Martínez Rivadeneyra, 
       6 Angel Castellanos Céspedes, 7 Roberto Juan MARTINEZ 
       (12 Juan Antonio Garcia Soriano 62.), 8 José Claramunt Torres, 
       9 Enrique Castro Gonzalez, 10 Juan Manuel Asensi Ripoll,
       11 Marcial Pina Morales. 
       Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz

13 October 1974 Parken - Copenhagen
Denmark – Romania 0-0
Referee: Ferdinand Biwersi (GER) Attendance: 15.700
YC: Cornel Dinu (Romania)
Denmark: 1 Benno Larsen / 2 Flemming Mortensen, 3 Henning Munk Jensen, 4 Steen Danielsen, 
         5 Jørgen Rasmussen, 6 Morten Olsen, 7 Jørgen Jørgensen, 8 Ulrik Le Fevre, 
         9 Flemming Lund, 10 Niels Christian Holmstrøm, 11 Benny Nielsen. 
         Coach: Rudolf Strittich
Romania: 1 Raducan Necula / 2 Florin Cheran, 3 Dumitru Antonescu, 4 Teodor Anghelini, 
         5 Alexandru Satmareanu Ii, 6 Cornel Dinu, 7 Radu Nunweiler, 8 Attila Kun Ii,
         9 Anghel Iordanescu, 10 Ion Dumitru, 11 Mircea Lucescu (16 Radu Troi 80.). 
         Coach: Valentin Stanescu

20 November 1974 Hampden Park - Glasgow
Scotland – Spain 1-2
10' Bremner 1-0, 36', 60' Castro Gonzalez 1-1, 1-2
Referee: Erich Linemayr (AUT) Attendance: 92.000
YC: Angel Maria Villar Llona, Miguel Bernardo Bianqueti, Carlos Rexach, 
    Javier Planas Abad (Spain),
    Joseph Jordan (Scotland)
Scotland: 1 David Harvey / 2 William Jardine, 3 Alexander Forsyth, 4 William Bremner, 
          5 Gordon McQueen, 6 Kenneth Burns, 7 Jimmy Johnstone, 8 Graeme Souness, 
          9 John Deans (15 Peter Lorimer 65.), 10 Joseph Jordan, 11 Tommy Hutchison 
          (11 Kenneth Dalglish 65.). 
          Coach: William Ormond
Spain: 1 José Angel Iríbar Cartajanera / 2 Angel Castellanos Céspedes, 
       3 Gregorio Benito Rubio, 4 José Luis Capón González, 5 Miguel Bernardo Bianqueti 
       (5 Juan Cruz Oria 68.), 6 Enrique Alvarez Costas, 7 Roberto Juan MARTINEZ, 
       8 Angel María Villar Llona, 9 Enrique Castro Gonzalez, 10 Javier Planas Abad, 
       11 Carles Rexach. 
       Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz

05 February 1975 Mestalla - Valencia
Spain – Scotland 1-1
1’ Jordan 0-1, 67' MEGIDO 1-1
Referee: Alfred Delcourt (BEL) Attendance: 60.000
YC: Charlie Cooke, Robert Clark (Scotland),
    Jose Camacho (Spain)
Spain : 1 José Angel Iríbar Cartajanera / 2 Juan Cruz SOL, 3 Gregorio Benito Rubio, 
        4 José Camacho, 5 Enrique Alvarez Costas (12 Miguel Bernardo Bianqueti 68.), 
        6 José Claramunt Torres, 7 Enrique Castro Gonzalez, 8 Angel María Villar Llona, 
        9 José Eulogio Gárate Ormaechea (9 Alfredo Megido Sanchez 63.), 
        10 Juan Manuel Asensi Ripoll, 11 Carles Rexach. 
        Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz
Scotland: 1 David Harvey / 2 William Jardine, 3 Daniel McGrain, 4 William Bremner, 
          5 Gordon McQueen, 6 Martin Buchan, 7 Charlie COOKE, 8 Kenneth Dalglish, 
          9 Joseph Jordan (14 Derek Parlane 63.), 10 Kenneth Burns (15 Paul Wilson 78.), 
          11 Tommy Hutchison. 
          Coach: William Ormond

17 April 1975 Santiago Bernabéu - Madrid
Spain – Romania 1-1
5' Velázquez Villaverde 1-0, 70' Crisan 1-1
Referee: Charles Corver (HOL) Attendance: 100.000
YC: Jose Camacho (Spain),
    Alexandru Satmareanu Ii, Ilie Balaci (Romania)
Spain : 1 José Angel Iríbar Cartajanera / 2 José Camacho, 3 Gregorio Benito Rubio, 
        4 José Luis Capón González, 5 Vicente del Bosque, 6 Pirri, 7 Carles Rexach, 
        8 José Eulogio Gárate Ormaechea, 9 Carlos Santillana, 
        10 Manuel Velázquez Villaverde (10 Javier Iruretagoyena Amiano 45.), 
        11 José Francisco Rojo.
        Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz
Romania : 1 Raducan Necula / 2 Florin Cheran, 3 Gabriel Sandu, 4 Teodor Anghelini,
          5 Alexandru Satmareanu Ii, 6 Ilie Balaci, 7 Radu Nunweiler (14 Zoltan Crisan 41.), 
          8 Dudu Georgescu, 9 Attila Kun Ii (9 Anghel Iordanescu 41.), 10 Ion Dumitru, 
          11 Mircea Lucescu. 
          Coach: Valentin Stanescu

11 May 1975 23 August - Bucharest
Romania – Denmark 6-1
28’ Georgescu 1-0, 40', 59' Crisan 2-0, 3-0, 76' Georgescu 4-0, 83' Lucescu 5-0, 
85' Dinu 6-0, 86' Dahl 6-1
Referee: Nikolaos Zlatanos (GRE) Attendance: 60.000
Romania: 1 Raducan Necula / 2 Florin Cheran, 3 Gabriel Sandu, 4 Teodor Anghelini, 
         5 Alexandru Satmareanu Ii, 6 Cornel Dinu, 7 Zoltan Crisan, 8 Dudu Georgescu,
         9 Nicolae Dobrin (14 Ilie Balaci 80.), 10 Ion Dumitru (15 Attila Kun Ii 80.), 
         11 Mircea Lucescu. 
         Coach: Valentin Stanescu
Denmark: 1 Benno Larsen (16 Per Poulsen 21.) / 2 Flemming Mortensen, 3 Henning Munk Jensen,
         4 Lars Larsen, 5 Jørgen Rasmussen, 6 Niels Sørensen (14 Frank Nielsen 62.), 
         7 Morten Olsen, 8 Jørgen Jørgensen, 9 Birger Mauritzen, 10 Peter Dahl, 
         11 Eigil Nielsen. 
         Coach: Rudolf Strittich

01 June 1975 23 August - Bucharest
Romania – Scotland 1-1
21' Georgescu 1-0, 89' McQueen 1-1
Referee: Ertugrul Dilek (TUR) Attendance: 80.000
YC: Gordon McQueen, Bruce David Rioch, Alexander Forsyth (Scotland),
    Florin Cheran, Ilie Balaci (Romania)
Romania: 1 Raducan Necula / 2 Florin Cheran, 3 Gabriel Sandu, 4 Teodor Anghelini, 
         5 Alexandru Satmareanu Ii, 6 Cornel Dinu, 7 Zoltan Crisan, 8 Dudu Georgescu 
         (14 Ilie Balaci 25.), 9 Nicolae Dobrin (15 Attila Kun Ii 80.), 10 Ion Dumitru, 
         11 Mircea Lucescu. 
         Coach: Valentin Stanescu
Scotland: 1 James Brown / 2 Daniel McGrain, 3 Alexander Forsyth, 4 Frank Munro, 
          5 Gordon McQueen, 6 Bruce David Rioch (14 Robert Robinson 65.), 
          7 Kenneth Dalglish, 8 William Miller, 9 Derek Parlane, 10 Lou MACARI 
          (16 Tommy Hutchinson 75.), 11 Arthur Duncan. 
          Coach: William Ormond

03 September 1975 Parken - Copenhagen
Denmark – Scotland 0-1
51' Harper 0-1
Referee: Robert Schaut (BEL) Attendance: 40.300
YC: Alexander Forsyth (Scotland)
Denmark: 1 Birger Jensen / 2 Flemming Mortensen, 3 Henning Munk Jensen, 4 Lars Larsen, 
         5 Niels Tune Hansen, 6 Ove Flindt Bjerg, 7 Benny Nielsen, 8 Ole Bjørnmose, 
         9 Allan Simonsen, 10 Henning Jensen, 11 Ulrik Le Fevre. 
         Coach: Rudolf Strittich
Scotland: 1 David Harvey / 2 Daniel McGrain, 3 Alexander Forsyth, 4 William Bremner, 
          5 Gordon McQueen, 6 Martin Buchan, 7 Peter Lorimer, 8 Kenneth Dalglish, 
          9 Joseph Harper, 10 Bruce David Rioch, 11 Tommy Hutchison (16 Arthur Duncan 70.).
          Coach: William Ormond

12 October 1975 Camp Nou - Barcelona
Spain – Denmark 2-0
40' Santillana 1-0, 85' Capón González 2-0 
Referee: Paul Bonett (MLT) Attendance: 20.000
YC: John Andersen, Henning Munk Jensen (Denmark)
Spain: 1 Miguel Angel González Súarez / 2 José Antonio Ramos Huete, 3 Gregorio Benito Rubio, 
       4 José Luis Capón González, 5 Miguel Bernardo Bianqueti, 6 Marcial Pina Morales, 
       7 Daniel Solsona Puig, 8 Pirri, 9 Carlos Santillana, 10 Vicente del Bosque Gonzalez 
       (12 Juan Manuel Asensi Ripoli 46.), 11 Carles Rexach 
       (14 Jose Ignacio Churruca Sistiaga 67.). 
       Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz
Denmark: 1 Benno Larsen / 2 Johnny Hansen, 3 Henning Munk Jensen, 4 Lars Larsen, 
         5 John Andersen, 6 Ove Flindt Bjerg, 7 Heino Hansen, 8 Niels Sørensen 
         (15 Carsten Nielsen 59.), 9 Ole Rasmussen, 10 Lars Bastrup, 11 Peter Dahl. 
         Coach: Rudolf Strittich

29 October 1975 Hampden Park - Glasgow
Scotland – Denmark 3-1
15’ Bastrup 0-1, 47' Dalglish 1-1, 53' Rioch 2-1, 60' MacDougall 3-1
Referee: Rolf Nyhus (NOR) Attendance: 50.000
Scotland: 1 David Harvey / 2 Daniel McGrain, 3 Stewart Houston, 4 John Greig, 
          5 Colin Jackson, 6 Bruce David Rioch, 7 Peter Lorimer, 8 Kenneth Dalglish 
          (14 Derek Parlane 86.), 9 Edward MacDougall, 10 Richard Asa HARTFORD, 
          11 Archibald Gemmill. 
          Coach: William Ormond
Denmark: 1 Benno Larsen / 2 John Andersen, 3 Henning Munk Jensen, 4 Lars Larsen, 
         5 Johnny Hansen, 6 Niels Sørensen, 7 Heino Hansen, 8 Niels Tune Hansen, 
         9 Kristen Nygaard (14 Frank Nielsen 59.), 10 Lars Bastrup, 11 Jens Kolding. 
         Coach: Rudolf Strittich

16 November 1975 23 August - Bucharest
Romania – Spain 2-2
38' Villar Llona 0-1, 56' Santillana 0-2, 72'(pen) Georgescu 1–2, 80' Iordanescu 2-2 
Referee: Hans-Joachim Weyland (GER) Attendance: 50.000
YC: Juan Cruz Oria, Jose Camacho (Spain),
    Cornel Dinu (Romania)
Romania : 1 Raducan Necula / 2 Teodor Anghelini, 3 Gabriel Sandu, 4 Teodor Lucuta, 
          5 Alexandru Satmareanu Ii, 6 Cornel Dinu, 7 Mircea Lucescu, 8 Dudu Georgescu,
          9 Mircea Traian Sandu (9 Anghel Iordanescu 45.), 10 Nicolae Dobrin, 
          11 Constantin Zamfir (15 Zoltan Crisan 61.). 
          Coach: Valentin Stanescu
Spain: 1 Miguel Angel González Súarez / 2 Juan Cruz SOL, 3 Gregorio Benito Rubio, 
       4 José Camacho, 5 Miguel Bernardo Bianqueti, 6 Pirri, 7 Enrique Castro Gonzalez 
       (15 Jesus Maria Satrustequi Azpiroz 88.), 8 Angel María Villar Llona, 
       9 Carlos Santillana, 10 Vicente del Bosque, 11 José Francisco Rojo 
       (16 Francisco Fortes Calvo 75.).
       Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz

17 December 1975 Hampden Park - Glasgow
Scotland – Romania 1-1
40' Rioch 1-0, 73' Crisan 1-1
Referee: Adolf Prokop (GER) Attendance: 11.375
YC: Anghel Iordanescu, Cornel Dinu, Teodor Anghelini (Romania),
    John Doyle (Scotland)
Scotland: 1 James Cruickshank / 2 John Brownlie, 3 William Donachie, 4 Martin Buchan, 
          5 Colin Jackson, 6 Bruce David Rioch, 7 John Doyle (15 Edward MacDougall 73.), 
          8 Richard Asa HARTFORD, 9 Andrew Gray, 10 Kenneth Dalglish (16 Peter Lorimer 73.), 
          11 Archibald Gemmill. 
          Coach: William Ormond
Romania : 1 Raducan Necula / 2 Florin Cheran, 3 Gabriel Sandu, 4 Teodor Anghelini, 
          5 Alexandru Satmareanu Ii, 6 Cornel Dinu, 7 Mircea Lucescu (14 Zoltan Crisan 63.), 
          8 Mihai Romila Ii, 9 Dudu Georgescu, 10 Laszlo Bölöni, 11 Anghel Iordanescu. 
          Coach: Committee


Group 5

01 September 1974 Olympiastadion - Helsinki
Finland – Poland 1-2
4' Rahja 1-0, 23' Szarmach 1-1, 50' Lato 1-2
Referee: John Wright Paterson (SCO) Attendance: 18.759
YC: Aki Heiskanen [Finland]
Finland: 1 Pertti Alaja / 2 Henry Forssell, 3 Arto Tolsa, 4 Erkki Vihtilä, 5 Esko Ranta, 
         6 Jouko Suomalainen, 7 Timo Rahja (15 Antero Nikkanen 79.), 8 Aki Heiskanen, 
         9 Miikka Toivola, 10 Matti Paatelainen (16 Jarmo Manninen 63.), 
         11 Juha-Pekka Laine. 
         Coach: Olavi Laaksonen
Poland: 1 Jan Tomaszewski / 2 Antoni Szymanowski, 3 Jerzy Gorgon, 4 Adam Musial, 
        5 Miroslaw Bulzacki, 6 Zygmunt Maszczyk, 7 Grzegorz Lato, 8 Henry Kasperczak 
        (14 Marek Kusto 76.), 9 Leslaw Cmikiewicz, 10 Andrzej Szarmach, 11 Robert Gadocha. 
        Coach: Kazimierz Górski

25 September 1974 Olympiastadion - Helsinki
Finland – Netherlands 1-3
16' Rahja 1-0, 28', 40' Cruyff 1-1, 1-2, 51' Neeskens 1-3
Referee: Wolfgang Riedel (GER) Attendance: 20.449
YC: Arto Tolsa [Finland],
    Johan Neeskens, Johan Cruyff [Netherlands]
Finland : 1 Harri Holli / 2 Raimo Saari, 3 Arto Tolsa, 4 Erkki Vihtilä, 5 Esko Ranta, 
          6 Jouko Suomalainen, 7 Aki Heiskanen (15 Olavi Rissanen 60.), 8 Raimo Hukka
          (14 Miika Toivola 55.), 9 Timo Rahja, 10 Rutger Pettersson, 
          11 Juha-Pekka Laine. 
          Coach: Olavi Laaksonen
Netherlands: 1 Jan Jongbloed / 2 Cornelis C Van Ierssel, 3 Theodorus J De Jong,
             4 Arend Haan, 5 Ruud Krol, 6 Wim JANSEN, 7 Johan Neeskens, 8 Johnny Rep 
             (8 Geertruida Geels 65.), 10 Wim van Hanegem (12 Reinirus W Notten 46.), 
             11 Peter Helmut Ressel, 14 Johan Cruyff. 
             Coach: Gregorius Knobel

09 October 1974 Warty - Poznan 
Poland – Finland 3-0
13' Kasperczak 1-0, 15'(pen) Gadocha 2-0, 53' Lato 3-0
Referee: Dusan Maksimovic (YUG) Attendance: 30.000
YC: Andrzej Szarmach [Poland]
Poland: 1 Jan Tomaszewski / 2 Antoni Szymanowski, 3 Marian Ostafinski, 4 Piotr Drzewiecki, 
        5 Jerzy Wyrobek, 6 Bronislaw Bula, 7 Grzegorz Lato, 8 Henry Kasperczak 
        (13 Roman Jakobczak 55.), 9 Kazimierz Deyna, 10 Andrzej Szarmach 
        (14 Joachim Marx 75.), 11 Robert Gadocha. 
        Coach: Kazimierz Górski
Finland : 1 Harri Holli / 2 Raimo Saari, 3 Erkki Vihtilä, 4 Esko Ranta, 5 Jouko Suomalainen, 
          6 Aki Heiskanen (15 Juha-Pekka Laine 46.), 7 Timo Rahja, 8 Miikka Toivola, 
          9 Matti Paatelainen (16 Rutger Pettersson 46.), 10 Olavi Rissanen, 11 Arto Tolsa. 
          Coach: Olavi Laaksonen

20 November 1974 De Kuip - Rotterdam
Netherlands – Italy 3-1
5’ Boninsegna 0-1, 24' Rensenbrink 1-1, 64', 80' Cruyff 2-1, 3-1
Referee: Pavel Kazakov (URS) Attendance: 65.000
YC: Wim van Hanegem [Netherlands],
    Pietro Anastasi [Italy]
Netherlands: 1 Jan Jongbloed / 2 Wilhelm Lourens Suurbier, 3 Wilhelmus G Rijsbergen, 
             4 Arend Haan, 5 Ruud Krol, 6 Johan Neeskens, 7 Wilhelmus M Van Der Kuijlen, 
             8 Johnny Rep, 9 Johan Cruyff, 10 Wim van Hanegem, 11 Rob Rensenbrink. 
             Coach: Gregorius Knobel
Italy: 1 Dino Zoff / 2 Francesco Rocca, 3 Moreno Roggi, 4 Andrea Orlandini, 
       5 Francesco Morini, 6 Luciano Zecchini, 7 Franco Causio, 8 Antonio Juliano, 
       9 Roberto Boninsegna, 10 Giancarlo Antognoni, 11 Pietro Anastasi. 
       Coach: Dr Fulvio Bernardini

19 April 1975 Olimpico - Rome
Italy – Poland 0-0
Referee: Robert Helies (FRA) Attendance: 80.000
Italy: 1 Dino Zoff / 2 Claudio Gentile, 3 Francesco Rocca, 4 Franco Cordova, 
       5 Mauro Bellugi, 6 Giacinto Facchetti, 7 Francesco Graziani, 8 Giorgio Morini, 
       9 Giorgio Chinaglia, 10 Giancarlo Antognoni, 11 Paolo Pulici. 
       Coach: Dr Fulvio Bernardini
Poland: 1 Jan Tomaszewski / 2 Antoni Szymanowski, 3 Jerzy Gorgon, 4 Wladyslaw Zmuda, 
        5 Henryk Wawrowski, 6 Zygmunt Maszczyk, 7 Kazimierz Deyna, 8 Henry Kasperczak 
        (12 Leslaw Cmikiewicz 46.), 9 Grzegorz Lato, 10 Andrzej Szarmach, 
        11 Robert Gadocha.
        Coach : Kazimierz Górski

05 June 1975 Olympiastadion - Helsinki
Finland – Italy 0-1
26'(pen) Chinaglia 0-1
Referee: Walter Eschweiler (GER) Attendance: 17.732
YC: Arto Tolsa [Finland],
    Francesco Graziani [Italy]
Finland : 1 Göran Enckelman / 2 Erkki Vihtilä, 3 Arto Tolsa, 4 Matti Paatelainen, 
          5 Esko Ranta, 6 Jouko Suomalainen, 7 Pauno Kymäläinen (16 Olavi Rissanen 45.),
          8 Aki Heiskanen, 9 Jarmo Manninen, 10 Juha-Pekka Laine (13 Kalle Nieminen 72.), 
          11 Miikka Toivola. 
          Coach : Aulis Rytkonen
Italy: 1 Dino Zoff / 2 Claudio Gentile, 3 Francesco Rocca, 4 Franco Cordova 
       (14 Andrea Orlandini 45.), 5 Mauro Bellugi, 6 Giacinto Facchetti, 
       7 Francesco Graziani, 8 Giancarlo Antognoni, 9 Giorgio Chinaglia, 
       10 Fabio Capello, 11 Roberto Bettega. 
       Coach: Dr Fulvio Bernardini

03 September 1975 De Goffert - Nijmegen
Netherlands – Finland 4-1
9' Paatelainen 0-1, 29', 35' Van der Kuylen 1-1, 2-1, 48’ Lubse 3-1, 
55' Van Der Kuijlen 4-1
Referee: Eric Smyton (NIR) Attendance: 28.000
Netherlands: 1 Jan Van Beveren / 2 Wilhelm Lourens Suurbier, 3 Cornelis K Overweg, 
             4 Adrianus A Van Kraay, 5 Ruud Krol, 6 Jan PETERS, 7 Wim JANSEN, 
             8 Wilhelmus A Van De Kerkhof, 9 Henricus Lubse, 10 Wim van Hanegem,
             11 Wilhelmus M Van Der Kuijlen. 
             Coach: Gregorius Knobel
Finland: 1 Göran Enckelman / 2 Erkki Vihtilä, 3 Matti Paatelainen, 4 Henry Forssell, 
         5 Esko Ranta, 6 Jouko Suomalainen, 7 Aki Heiskanen (16 Pertti Jantunen 78.), 
         8 Hannu Hämäläinen (15 Juha-Pekka Laine 50.), 9 Olavi Rissanen, 
         10 Ari Mäkynen, 11 Eero Rissanen. 
         Coach: Aulis Rytkonen

10 September 1975 Slaski - Chorzow
Poland – Netherlands 4-1
14' Lato 1-0, 44' Gadocha 2-0, 63', 77' Szarmach 3-0, 4-0, 81' W. Van De Kerkhof 4-1
Referee: Patrick Partridge (ENG) Attendance: 85.000
Poland: 1 Jan Tomaszewski / 2 Antoni Szymanowski, 3 Miroslaw Bulzacki, 4 Henryk Wawrowski, 
        5 Wladyslaw Zmuda, 6 Zygmunt Maszczyk, 7 Grzegorz Lato, 8 Henry Kasperczak, 
        9 Kazimierz Deyna, 10 Andrzej Szarmach, 11 Robert Gadocha. 
        Coach: Kazimierz Górski
Netherlands: 1 Jan Van Beveren / 2 Wilhelm Lourens Suurbier, 3 Cornelis K Overweg, 
             4 Adrianus A Van Kraay, 5 Ruud Krol, 6 Johan Neeskens, 7 Wim JANSEN, 
             8 Wilhelmus A Van De Kerkhof, 9 Johan Cruyff, 10 Wim van Hanegem 
             (10 Geertruida Geels 46.), 11 Wilhelmus M Van Der Kuijlen. 
             Coach: Gregorius Knobel

27 September 1975 Olimpico - Rome
Italy – Finland 0-0
Referee: Costas Xanthoulis (CYP) Attendance: 29.203
YC: Moreno Roggi [Italy],
    Jouko Suomalainen [Finland]
Italy: 1 Dino Zoff / 2 Francesco Rocca, 3 Moreno Roggi, 4 Romeo BENETTI II, 
       5 Mauro Bellugi, 6 Giacinto Facchetti, 7 Francesco Graziani, 8 Eraldo Pecci, 
       9 Giuseppe SAVOLDI I, 10 Giancarlo Antognoni, 11 Giorgio Morini. 
       Coach: Vincenzo Bearzot
Finland: 1 Göran Enckelman / 2 Erkki Vihtilä, 3 Matti Paatelainen, 4 Arto Tolsa, 
         5 Esko Ranta, 6 Jouko Suomalainen, 7 Pertti Jantunen, 8 Aki Heiskanen, 
         9 Olavi Rissanen (15 Hannu Hamalainen 1.), 10 Ari Mäkynen (13 Timo Kautonen 34.), 
         11 Miikka Toivola. 
         Coach: Aulis Rytkonen

15 October 1975 Olympisch - Amsterdam
Netherlands – Poland 3-0
16' Neeskens 1-0, 47' GEELS 2-0, 59' Thijssen 3-0
Referee: Károly Palotai (HUN) Attendance: 60.000
YC: Johan Cruyff [Netherlands]
Netherlands: 1 Pieter Schrijvers / 2 Wilhelm Lourens Suurbier, 3 Kees KRIJGH, 
             4 Adrianus A Van Kraay, 5 Ruud Krol, 6 Johan Neeskens, 7 Wim JANSEN, 
             8 Ruud GEELS, 9 Johan Cruyff, 10 Frans Thijssen, 11 Reinier L Van De Kerkhof. 
             Coach: Gregorius Knobel
Poland: 1 Jan Tomaszewski / 2 Antoni Szymanowski, 3 Miroslaw Bulzacki, 4 Henryk Wawrowski, 
        5 Wladyslaw Zmuda, 6 Zygmunt Maszczyk, 7 Grzegorz Lato, 8 Henry Kasperczak, 
        9 Kazimierz Deyna (14 Bronislaw Bula 64.), 10 Andrzej Szarmach, 11 Robert Gadocha. 
        Coach: Kazimierz Górski

26 October 1975 Dziesieciolecia - Warsaw
Poland – Italy 0-0
Referee: Paul Schiller (AUT) Attendance: 70.000
YC:Wladyslaw Zmuda [Poland],
   Claudio Gentile [Italy] 
Poland: 1 Jan Tomaszewski / 2 Antoni Szymanowski, 3 Marian Ostafinski, 4 Henryk Wawrowski, 
        5 Wladyslaw Zmuda, 6 Bronislaw Bula (15 Joachim Marx 59.), 7 Grzegorz Lato, 
        8 Henry Kasperczak, 9 Kazimierz Deyna, 10 Andrzej Szarmach, 11 Robert Gadocha 
        (14 Kazimierz Kmiecik 78.). 
        Coach: Kazimierz Górski
Italy: 1 Dino Zoff / 2 Claudio Gentile, 3 Francesco Rocca, 4 Antonello Cuccureddu,
       5 Mauro Bellugi, 6 Giacinto Facchetti, 7 Franco Causio, 8 Romeo BENETTI II, 
       9 Pietro Anastasi (15 Roberto Bettega 66.), 10 Giancarlo Antognoni 
       (14 Renato Zaccarelli 86.), 11 Paolo Pulici. 
       Coach: Vincenzo Bearzot

22 November 1975 Olimpico - Rome
Italy – Netherlands 1-0
20' Capello 1-0
Referee: Robert Schaut (BEL) Attendance: 33.307
Italy: 1 Dino Zoff / 2 Claudio Gentile, 3 Francesco Rocca, 4 Romeo BENETTI II, 
       5 Mauro Bellugi, 6 Giacinto Facchetti, 7 Franco Causio, 8 Giancarlo Antognoni, 
       9 Giuseppe SAVOLDI I, 10 Fabio Capello, 11 Paolo Pulici. 
       Coach: Vincenzo Bearzot
Netherlands: 1 Pieter Schrijvers / 2 Wilhelm Lourens Suurbier, 3 Kees KRIJGH, 
             4 Adrianus A Van Kraay, 5 Ruud Krol, 6 Jan PETERS, 7 Wim JANSEN, 
             8 Wilhelmus A Van De Kerkhof (13 Reinirus W Notten 70.), 9 Ruud GEELS, 
             10 Frans Thijssen, 11 Reinier L Van De Kerkhof. 
             Coach: Gregorius Knobel


Group 6

30 October 1974 Dalymount Park - Dublin
Republic of Ireland – USSR 3-0
22', 30', 70' Givens 1-0, 2-0, 3-0
Referee: Erik Axelryd (SWE) Attendance: 35.000
YC: Serguei Nikouline [USSR]
RC: Vladimir Kaplichny (32.)
    Terence Mancini (32.)  
Republic of Ireland: 1 Patrick Roche / 2 Joseph Kinnear, 3 James Holmes, 
                     4 Patrick Mulligan, 5 Terence Mancini, 6 Liam Brady, 
                     7 Michael Martin, 8 Raymond Treacy, 9 Stephen Heighway, 
                     10 John Giles, 11 Donald Givens. 
                     Coach: John Giles
USSR : 1 Vladimir Pilgui / 2 Serguei Nikouline, 3 Serguei Olschansky, 4 Victor Matvienko, 
       5 Vladimir Kaplichny, 6 Evgueni Lovchev, 7 Vladimir Fedotov 
       (15 Vladimir Fjodorov 57.), 8 Vladimir Onischenko, 9 Victor Kolotov, 
       10 Vladimir Veremeev, 11 Oleh Blokhin. 
       Coach: Konstantin Beskov
 
20 November 1974 Alsancak - Izmir
Turkey - Republic of Ireland 1-1
54' Dunne (o.g.) 1-0, 61' Givens 1-1
Referee: Marian Srodecki (POL) Attendance: 67.000
YC: Mehmet Oguz [Turkey]
    Patrick Mulligan [Eire]
Turkey: 1 Yasin Özdenak / 2 Alpaslan Eratli, 3 Ismail Arca, 4 Ziya Sengül, 5 Zekeriya Alp, 
        6 Selcuk Yalçintas, 7 Engin Verel, 8 Mehmet TÜRKAN (15 Osman Arpacioglu 80.), 
        9 Mehmet Oguz, 10 Cemil Turan, 11 Metin Kurt. 
        Coach: Sabri Kiraz
Republic of Ireland: 1 Patrick Roche / 2 Joseph Kinnear, 3 Anthony Dunne, 
                     4 Patrick Mulligan, 5 Eoin Hand, 6 Liam Brady, 7 Michael Martin, 
                     8 Gerard Terry CONROY (15 Jeremiah Dennehy or Joseph Watters 85),
                     9 Stephen Heighway, 10 John Giles, 11 Donald Givens. 
                     Coach: John Giles

01 December 1974 Alsancak - Izmir
Turkey – Switzerland 2-1
18’ Scild 0-1, 28' Arca 1-1, 85' Oguz 2-1
Referee: Milivoje Gugulovic (YUG) Attendance: 51.410
YC: Kurt Muller [Switzerland],
    Alpaslan Eratli [Turkey]
Turkey: 1 Yasin Özdenak / 2 Alpaslan Eratli, 3 Ismail Arca, 4 Engin Verel, 5 Zekeriya Alp, 
        6 Ziya Sengül, 7 Mehmet Özgül, 8 Selcuk Yalçintas (12 Rasit Karasu 46.), 
        9 Osman Arpacioglu (13 Mehmet Oguz 46.), 10 Cemil Turan, 11 Metin Kurt. 
        Coach: Sabri Kiraz
Switzerland: 1 Erich Burgener / 2 Gilbert Guyot, 3 René Hasler (4 Hanspeter Schild 70.),
             4 Hanspeter Schild, 5 Luciano Bizzini, 6 René Botteron, 7 Jakob Kuhn, 
             8 Rudolf Schneeberger, 9 Kurt Müller, 10 Hans Jörg Pfister 
             (12 Ernst Rutschmann 70.), 11 Daniel Jeandupeux. 
             Coach: René Hüssy

02 April 1975 Olyimpiyskiy - Kiev
USSR – Turkey 3-0
25'(pen), 56'(pen) Kolotov 1-0, 2-0, 75' Blokhin 3-0
Referee: Robert Holley Davidson (SCO) Attendance: 100.000
YC: Zafer Gonculer [Turkey]
USSR: 1 Evgueni Rudakov / 2 Anatoli Konkov (12 Leonid Buryak 72.), 3 Victor Matvienko, 
      4 Mikhail Fomenko, 5 Stefan Reschko, 6 Vladimir Troschkine, 7 Vladimir Muntian, 
      8 Vladimir Onischenko (15 Vladimir Fjodorov 79.), 9 Victor Kolotov, 
      10 Vladimir Veremeev, 11 Oleh Blokhin. 
      Coach: Valeriy Lobanovski
Turkey: 1 Sabri Dino / 2 Kemal Batmaz, 3 Ismail Arca, 4 Ziya Sengül, 5 Alpaslan Eratli, 
        6 Zafer Göncüler, 7 Engin Verel, 8 Rasit Karasu, 9 Ali Kemal Denizci, 
        10 Cemil Turan, 11 Metin Kurt (15 Tuncay Temeller 51.). 
        Coach: Sabri Kiraz

30 April 1975 St. Jakob-Park - Basle
Switzerland – Turkey 1-1
43' Müller 1-0, 54' Eratli 1-1
Referee: Riccardo Lattanzi (ITA) Attendance: 23.000
Switzerland: 1 Hans Küng / 2 Gilbert Guyot, 3 Max Heer, 4 Luciano Bizzini, 
             5 Pius Fischbach, 6 Ernst Rutschmann (12 Hans Jorg Pfister 59.), 
             7 René Hasler (13 Hanspeter Schild 90.), 8 René Botteron, 9 Kurt Müller, 
             10 Daniel Jeandupeux, 11 Karl Elsener.
             Coach: René Hüssy
Turkey: 1 Yasin Özdenak / 2 Alpaslan Eratli, 3 Ismail Arca, 4 Ziya Sengül, 5 Zekeriya Alp, 
        6 Fatih Terim, 7 Nikola Kavi, 8 Engin Verel, 9 Ali Kemal Denizci (12 Aydin Celik 69.),
        10 Gökmen Özdenak, 11 Cemil Turan.
        Coach: Sabri Kiraz

10 May 1975 Lansdowne Road - Dublin
Republic of Ireland – Switzerland 2-1
2' Martin 1-0, 28' Treacy 2-0, 74' Müller 2-1
Referee: Paul Schiller (AUT) Attendance: 50.000
YC: Joseph Kinnear [Eire]
Republic of Ireland: 1 Patrick Roche / 2 Joseph Kinnear, 3 Anthony Dunne, 
                     4 Patrick Mulligan, 5 Eoin Hand, 6 Liam Brady, 7 Michael Martin, 
                     8 Gerard Terry CONROY, 9 Raymond Treacy, 10 John Giles, 
                     11 Donald Givens. 
                     Coach: John Giles
Switzerland: 1 Erich Burgener / 2 René Hasler, 3 Max Heer, 4 Luciano Bizzini, 
             5 Gilbert Guyot, 6 Jakob Kuhn, 7 Ernst Rutschmann, 8 Hanspeter Schild, 
             9 Kurt Müller, 10 Daniel Jeandupeux, 11 René Botteron. 
             Coach: René Hüssy

18 May 1975 Olyimpiyskiy - Kiev
USSR - Republic of Ireland 2-1
13' Blokhin 1-0, 29' Kolotov 2-0, 79' Hand 2-1
Referee: René Vigliani (FRA) Attendance : 100.000
YC : Vladimir Onischenko [USSR]
USSR: 1 Evgueni Rudakov / 2 Anatoli Konkov, 3 Victor Matvienko, 4 Mikhail Fomenko, 
      5 Leonid Buryak, 6 Vladimir Troschkine, 7 Vladimir Muntian (12 Stefan Reschko 45.), 
      8 Vladimir Onischenko, 9 Victor Kolotov, 10 Vladimir Veremeev 
      (15 Vladimir Fjodorov 84.), 11 Oleh Blokhin. 
      Coach: Valeriy Lobanovski
Republic of Ireland: 1 Patrick Roche / 2 Joseph Kinnear, 3 Anthony Dunne, 
                     4 Patrick Mulligan, 5 Eoin Hand, 6 Liam Brady, 7 Michael Martin,
                     8 Gerard Terry CONROY, 9 Stephen Heighway, 10 John Giles, 
                     11 Donald Givens. 
                     Coach: John Giles

21 May 1975 Wankdorf - Berne
Switzerland - Republic of Ireland 1-0
75' Elsener 1-0
Referee: César Diaz Correia Da Luz (POR) Attendance: 15.000
Switzerland: 1 Erich Burgener / 2 Serge Trinchero, 3 Pius Fischbach, 4 Luciano Bizzini, 
             5 Gilbert Guyot, 6 René Hasler, 7 Ernst Rutschmann (14 Hans Jorg Pfister 46.), 
             8 Jakob Kuhn, 9 Kurt Müller (13 Karl Elsener 68.), 10 Daniel Jeandupeux, 
             11 René Botteron. 
             Coach: René Hüssy
Republic of Ireland: 1 Patrick Roche / 2 Anthony Dunne, 3 James Holmes, 4 Patrick Mulligan, 
                     5 Eoin Hand, 6 Liam Brady, 7 Michael Martin, 8 Gerard Terry CONROY, 
                     9 Raymond Treacy, 10 John Giles (14 Gerry Daly 80.), 11 Donald Givens. 
                     Coach: John Giles

12 October 1975 Hardturm - Zurich
Switzerland – USSR 0-1
78' Muntian 0-1
Referee: Leonardus Van Der Kroft (HOL) Attendance: 18.000
YC: Vladimir Troschkine, Mikhail Fomenko [USSR]
Switzerland: 1 Erich Burgener / 2 Luciano Bizzini, 3 Pius Fischbach, 4 Serge Trinchero 
             (13 Alfred Scheiwiler 75.), 5 Gilbert Guyot, 6 Jakob Kuhn, 7 Hans Jörg Pfister, 
             8 Kurt Müller, 9 Peter Risi, 10 René Botteron (14 Rudolf Schneeberger 75.), 
             11 Daniel Jeandupeux. 
             Coach: René Hüssy
USSR: 1 Evgueni Rudakov / 2 Anatoli Konkov (13 Vladimir Sakharov 54.), 3 Evgueni Lovchev, 
      4 Mikhail Fomenko, 5 Victor Zviaguintsev, 6 Vladimir Troschkine 
      (12 Stefan Reschko 30.), 7 Vladimir Muntian, 8 Vladimir Onischenko, 
      9 Leonid Buryak, 10 Vladimir Veremeev, 11 Oleh Blokhin. 
      Coach: Valeriy Lobanovski

29 October 1975 Lansdowne Road - Dublin
Republic of Ireland – Turkey 4-0
25', 28', 34', 88' Givens 1-0, 2-0, 3-0, 4-0
Referee: Angel Franco Martinez (ESP) Attendance: 25.000
YC: Kadir Ozcan, Engin Verel [Turkey]
RC: Michael Martin (70.)
    Alpaslan Eratli (70.)
Republic of Ireland: 1 Patrick Roche / 2 Anthony Dunne (15 Joseph Kinnear 74.), 
                     3 James Holmes, 4 Patrick Mulligan, 5 Eoin Hand, 6 Liam Brady, 
                     7 Michael Martin, 8 Raymond Treacy, 9 Stephen Heighway 
                     (12 Terence Conroy 46.) , 10 John Giles, 11 Donald Givens. 
                     Coach: John Giles
Turkey: 1 Yasin Özdenak (12 Rasim Kara 38.)/ 2 Sabahattin Erboga, 3 Ismail Arca 
        (14 Zafer Gonculer 34.), 4 Alpaslan Eratli, 5 Fatih Terim, 6 Kadir Özcan, 
        7 Engin Verel, 8 Necati Özçaglayan, 9 Gökmen Özdenak, 10 Ali Kemal Denizci, 
        11 Cemil Turan. 
        Coach: Sabri Kiraz

12 November 1975 Olyimpiyskiy - Kiev
USSR – Switzerland 4-1
13' Konkov 1-0, 14' Onischenko 2-0, 45’ Risi 2-1, 68' Onischenko 3-1, 81' Veremeev 4-1
Referee: Klaus Ohmsen (GER) Attendance: 30.000
YC: Vladimir Troschkine, Victor Kolotov, Oleg Blokhin [USSR]
USSR: 1 Evgueni Rudakov / 2 Anatoli Konkov (13 Vladimir Sakharov 87.), 3 Evgueni Lovchev, 
      4 Mikhail Fomenko, 5 Victor Zviaguintsev, 6 Vladimir Troschkine, 7 Vladimir Muntian 
      (14 Victor Kolotov 64.), 8 Vladimir Onischenko, 9 Leonid Buryak, 10 Vladimir Veremeev, 
      11 Oleh Blokhin. 
      Coach: Valeriy Lobanovski
Switzerland: 1 Erich Burgener / 2 Luciano Bizzini, 3 Pius Fischbach, 4 Serge Trinchero, 
             5 Gilbert Guyot, 6 Jakob Kuhn, 7 Peter Risi, 8 Daniel Jeandupeux, 
             9 Kurt Müller, 10 Rudolf Schneeberger, 11 René Botteron. 
             Coach: René Hüssy

23 November 1975 Alsancak - Izmir
Turkey – USSR 1-0
22' Turan 1-0
Referee: Peter Hristov Nikolov (BUL) Attendance: 45.000
Turkey: 1 Rasim Kara / 2 Turgay Semercioglu, 3 Sabahattin Erboga, 4 Ismail Arca,
        5 Kadir Özcan, 6 Ali Yavas, 7 Mehmet TÜRKAN (12 Eser Ozaltindere 88.), 
        8 Fatih Terim, 9 Gökmen Özdenak (13 Orhan Ozselek 89.), 10 Cemil Turan, 
        11 Ali Kemal Denizci. 
        Coach: Sabri Kiraz
USSR: 1 Evgueni Rudakov / 2 Anatoli Konkov, 3 Valeri Zuev, 4 Mikhail Fomenko, 
      5 Stefan Reschko, 6 Victor Zviaguintsev, 7 Vladimir Muntian (12 Leonid Buryak 72.), 
      8 Vladimir Onischenko, 9 Victor Kolotov, 10 Vladimir Veremeev, 11 Oleh Blokhin. 
      Coach: Valeriy Lobanovski


Group 7

08 September 1974 Laugardalsvöllur - Reykjavik
Iceland – Belgium 0-2
39'(pen) Van Moer 0-1, 87'(pen) Teugels 0-2
Referee: Thomas Henry Charles Reynolds (WAL) Attendance: 7.600
YC: Teitur Benedict Thordarsson [Iceland]
Iceland: 1 Thorsteinn Olafsson / 2 Gisli Torfason, 3 Jon Pétursson, 4 Karl Hermannsson, 
         5 Marteinn Geirsson, 6 Johannes Edvaldsson, 7 Gudgeir Leifsson, 8 Grétar Magnusson, 
         9 Teitur Benedict Thordarsson, 10 Asgeir Sigurvinsson, 11 Àsgeir Elíasson 
         (14 Matthias Hallgrimsson 77.). 
         Coach: Anthony Knapp
Belgium: 1 Christian Piot / 2 Gilbert Van Binst, 3 Ludo Coeck (13 Julien Cools 45.), 
         4 Hugo Broos, 5 Erwin Van Den Daele, 6 Jan Verheyen, 7 François Van Der Elst, 
         8 Wilfried Van Moer, 9 Jean Janssens (16 Jacques Teugels 80.), 10 Paul Van Himst, 
         11 Roger Henrotay. 
         Coach: Raymond Goethals

12 October 1974 Ernst-Grube - Magdeburg
German Dem. Rep. – Iceland 1-1
7' Hoffmann 1-0, 25' Hallgrimsson 1-1
Referee: Svein Inge Thime (NOR) Attendance: 15.800
YC: Jon Petursson, Asgeir Sigurvinsson [Iceland],
    Manfred Zapf [GDR]
German Dem. Rep.: 1 Ulrich Schulze / 2 Konrad Weise, 3 Bernd Bransch, 4 Manfred Zapf, 
                  5 Siegmar Wätzlich (12 Hans Jurgen Dorner 56.), 6 Lothar Kurbjuweit, 
                  7 Klaus Decker, 8 Jürgen Pommerenke (13 Eberhard Vogel 70.), 
                  9 Peter Ducke, 10 Joachim Streich, 11 Martin Hoffmann.
                  Coach: Georg Buschner
Iceland: 1 Thorsteinn Olafsson / 2 Gisli Torfason (14 Eirikur Thorsteinsson 69.), 
         3 Jon Pétursson, 4 Asgeir Sigurvinsson, 5 Marteinn Geirsson, 6 Johannes Edvaldsson, 
         7 Gudgeir Leifsson, 8 Grétar Magnusson, 9 Teitur Benedict Thordarsson, 
         10 Matthias Hallgrimsson, 11 Àsgeir Elíasson. 
         Coach: Anthony Knapp

12 October 1974 Roi Baudouin - Brussels
Belgium – France 2-1
12' Martens 1-0, 16’ Coste 1-1, 75' Van Der Elst 2-1
Referee: Kenneth Howard Burns (ENG) Attendance: 32.108
YC: Jean-Pierre Adams, Bernard Lacombe [France],
    Maurice Martens [Belgium]
Belgium: 1 Christian Piot / 2 Gilbert Van Binst, 3 Maurice Martens, 4 Hugo Broos, 
         5 Erwin Van Den Daele, 6 Jan Verheyen, 7 François Van Der Elst, 
         8 Wilfried Van Moer, 9 Raoul Lambert, 10 Paul Van Himst 
         (13 Jean Baptiste Dockx 72.), 11 Jacques Teugels. 
         Coach: Raymond Goethals
France: 1 Dominique Baratelli / 2 Jean-François Jodar, 3 François Bracci, 
        4 Jean-Pierre Adams, 5 Marius Trésor, 6 Jean-Marc Guillou, 7 Christian Coste, 
        8 Henri Michel, 9 Bernard Lacombe (15 Jean Gallice 83.), 10 Jean-Noël Huck,
        11 Georges Bereta. 
        Coach: Stefan Kovacs

16 November 1974 Parc des Princes - Paris
France - German Dem. Rep. 2-2
25' Sparwasser 0-1, 57' Kreische 0-2, 80' Guillou 1-2, 88' Gallice 2-2
Referee: Pablo A. + Sanchez Ibanez (ESP) Attendance : 45.381
YC : Francois Bracci [France],
     Jurgen Croy [GDR]
France : 1 Jean-Paul Bertrand-demanes / 2 Jean-François Jodar, 3 François Bracci, 
         4 Jean-Pierre Adams, 5 Marius Trésor, 6 Jean-Marc Guillou, 7 Jean-Noël Huck, 
         8 Henri Michel (14 Christian Synaeghel 68.), 9 Christian Coste 
         (15 Jean Gallice 46.), 10 Gérard Soler, 11 Georges Bereta. 
         Coach: Stefan Kovacs
German Dem. Rep.: 1 Jürgen Croy / 2 Gerd Kische, 3 Hans-Jurgen Dörner, 4 Konrad Weise, 
                  5 Siegmar Wätzlich, 6 Lothar Kurbjuweit, 7 Reinhard Lauck, 
                  8 Reinhard Häfner, 9 Hans-Jürgen Kreische (15 Wolfgang Seguin 77.), 
                  10 Jürgen Sparwasser, 11 Martin Hoffmann. 
                  Coach: Georg Buschner

07 December 1974 Der Hunderettausend - Leipzig
German Dem. Rep. – Belgium 0-0
Referee: Sergio Gonella (ITA) Attendance: 35.000
YC: Gilbert van Binst, Nico Dewalque [Belgium],
    Joachim Streich [GDR]
German Dem. Rep.: 1 Jürgen Croy / 2 Gerd Kische, 3 Hans-Jurgen Dörner, 4 Konrad Weise, 
                  5 Siegmar Wätzlich (14 Hans-Jurgen Kreische 70.), 6 Reinhard Lauck, 
                  7 Lothar Kurbjuweit, 8 Reinhard Häfner, 9 Martin Hoffmann, 
                  10 Joachim Streich, 11 Eberhard Vogel. 
                  Coach: Georg Buschner
Belgium: 1 Christian Piot / 2 Gilbert Van Binst, 3 Maurice Martens, 4 Hugo Broos, 
         5 Erwin Van Den Daele, 6 Jan Verheyen, 7 Julien Cools, 8 Nicolas Dewalque, 
         9 Raoul Lambert, 10 Paul Van Himst (13 Francois van der Elst 16.),
         11 Jacques Teugels. 
         Coach : Raymond Goethals

25 May 1975 Laugardalsvöllur - Reykjavik
Iceland – France 0-0
Referee: Malcolm Hall Wright (NIR) Attendance: 10.000
Iceland : 1 Sigurdur Dagsson / 2 Gisli Torfason, 3 Jon Pétursson, 4 Marteinn Geirsson, 
          5 Johannes Edvaldsson, 6 Karl Hermannsson (13 Gretar Magnusson 77.), 
          7 Gudgeir Leifsson, 8 Olafur Juliusson, 9 Teitur Benedict Thordarsson, 
          10 Asgeir Sigurvinsson, 11 Matthias Hallgrimsson (12 Elmar Geirsson 55.). 
          Coach: Anthony Knapp
France: 1 Dominique Baratelli / 2 Christian Lopez, 3 Jean-Pierre Adams, 4 Marius Trésor, 
        5 François Bracci, 6 Henri Michel, 7 Jean-Michel Larqué, 8 Jean-Marc Guillou, 
        9 Jean Gallice (12 Patrick Parizon 75.), 10 Marc Berdoll, 11 Georges Bereta. 
        Coach: Stefan Kovacs

05 June 1975 Laugardalsvöllur - Reykjavik
Iceland - German Dem. Rep. 2-1
10' Edvaldsson 1-0, 33' Sigurvinsson 2-0, 48' Pommerenke 2-1
Referee: Ian Foote (SCO) Attendance: 13.000
Iceland : 1 Sigurdur Dagsson / 2 Gisli Torfason, 3 Jon Pétursson, 4 Hördur Hilmarsson 
          (15 Karl Hermannsson 80.), 5 Marteinn Geirsson, 6 Johannes Edvaldsson, 
          7 Gudgeir Leifsson, 8 Elmar Geirsson (13 Matthias Hallgrimsson 87.),
          9 Teitur Benedict Thordarsson, 10 Asgeir Sigurvinsson, 11 Olafur Juliusson. 
          Coach: Anthony Knapp
German Dem. Rep.: 1 Jürgen Croy / 2 Gerd Kische, 3 Manfred Zapf (15 Hans-Jurgen Riediger 82.), 
                  4 Rüdiger Schnuphase (12 Hans-Jurgen Dorner 56.), 5 Siegmar Wätzlich, 
                  6 Konrad Weise, 7 Lothar Kurbjuweit, 8 Jürgen Pommerenke, 
                  9 Martin Hoffmann, 10 Joachim Streich, 11 Eberhard Vogel. 
                  Coach: Georg Buschner

03 September 1975 Marcel Saupin - Nantes
France – Iceland 3-0
20', 74' Guillou 1-0, 2-0 87' Berdoll 3-0
Referee: Albert Victor (LUX) Attendance: 20.000
France : 1 Dominique Baratelli / 2 Raymond Domenech, 3 François Bracci, 4 Jean-Pierre Adams, 
         5 Marius Trésor, 6 Jean-Noël Huck, 7 Dominique Rocheteau, 8 Henri Michel, 
         9 Marco Molitor (15 Marc Berdoll 46.), 10 Jean-Marc Guillou, 11 Albert Emon. 
         Coach : Stefan Kovacs
Iceland : 1 Arni Stefansson / 2 Olafur Sigurvinsson, 3 Jon Pétursson, 4 Gisli Torfason, 
          5 Marteinn Geirsson, 6 Johannes Edvaldsson, 7 Gudgeir Leifsson, 
          8 Matthias Hallgrimsson (16 Elmar Geirsson 76.), 9 Teitur Benedict Thordarsson,
          10 Asgeir Sigurvinsson, 11 Hördur Hilmarsson (15 Karl Thordarsson 61.). 
          Coach: Anthony Knapp

06 September 1975 Maurice Dufrasne - Liege
Belgium – Iceland 1-0
43' Lambert 1-0
Referee: Henning Lund-sørensen (DEN) Attendance: 9.371
YC: Asgeir Sigurvinsson [Iceland]
Belgium: 1 Christian Piot / 2 Gilbert Van Binst, 3 Maurice Martens, 4 Hugo Broos, 
         5 Nicolas Dewalque, 6 Julien Cools, 7 Jan Verheyen (14 Ludo Coeck 61.), 
         8 Odilon Polleunis, 9 Raoul Lambert, 10 Johan Devrindt, 11 Jacques Teugels. 
         Coach: Raymond Goethals 
Iceland: 1 Arni Stefansson / 2 Olafur Sigurvinsson, 3 Bjorn Larusson, 4 Jon Pétursson, 
         5 Marteinn Geirsson, 6 Gisli Torfason, 7 Gudgeir Leifsson, 8 Matthias Hallgrimsson, 
         9 Karl Thordarsson (15 Arni Sveinsson 75.), 10 Asgeir Sigurvinsson,   
         11 Elmar Geirsson. 
         Coach: Anthony Knapp

27 September 1975 Constant Vanden Stock - Brussels
Belgium - German Dem. Rep. 1-2
50’ P. Ducke 0-1, 60' Puis 1-1, 71' Häfner 1-2
Referee: Nicolae Rainea (ROM) Attendance: 17.281
YC: Ludo Coeck [Belgium],
    Gerd Weber [GDR]
Belgium: 1 Christian Piot / 2 Erik Gerets, 3 Maurice Martens, 4 Nicolas Dewalque, 
         5 Erwin Van Den Daele, 6 Odilon Polleunis (15 Jean Janssens 76.), 7 Julien Cools, 
         8 Ludo Coeck, 9 Jacques Teugels, 10 Johan Devrindt, 11 Wilfried Puis. 
         Coach: Raymond Goethals
German Dem. Rep.: 1 Jürgen Croy (12 Hans-Ulrich Grapenthin 85.) / 2 Joachim Fritsche, 
                  3 Hans-Jurgen Dörner, 4 Konrad Weise, 5 Lothar Kurbjuweit, 
                  6 Reinhard Lauck, 7 Gerd Weber, 8 Reinhard Häfner, 9 Peter Ducke, 
                  10 Hans-Jürgen Riediger, 11 Martin Hoffmann. 
                  Coach: Georg Buschner

12 October 1975 Der Hunderettausend - Leipzig
German Dem. Rep. – France 2-1
50’ Bathenay 0-1, 55' Streich 1-1, 77'(pen) Vogel 2-1
Referee: Erik Fredriksson (SWE) Attendance: 30.000
YC: Jean-Pierre Adams, Dominique Bathenay [France]
German Dem. Rep.: 1 Jürgen Croy / 2 Joachim Fritsche, 3 Hans-Jurgen Dörner, 4 Konrad Weise, 
                  5 Hartmut Schade, 6 Reinhard Lauck, 7 Gerd Weber, 8 Reinhard Häfner, 
                  9 Peter Ducke, 10 Joachim Streich (15 Martin Hoffmann 75.), 11 Eberhard Vogel. 
                  Coach: Georg Buschner
France : 1 Dominique Baratelli / 2 Gérard Janvion, 3 François Bracci, 4 Jean-Pierre Adams, 
         5 Marius Trésor, 6 Dominique Bathenay, 7 Dominique Rocheteau, 8 Henri Michel, 
         9 Jean Gallice, 10 Jean-Marc Guillou, 11 Albert Emon. 
         Coach: Stefan Kovacs

15 November 1975 Parc des Princes - Paris
France – Belgium 0-0
Referee: Robert Holley Davidson (SCO) Attendance: 35.547
RC: Jean-Michel Larque (65.)
France : 1 Dominique Baratelli / 2 Raymond Domenech, 3 François Bracci, 4 Charles Orlanducci, 
         5 Marius Trésor, 6 Jean-Noël Huck (13 Jean-Michel Larque 45.), 7 Dominique Rocheteau, 
         8 Henri Michel, 9 Christian Coste (14 Jean Gallice 82.), 10 Jean-Marc Guillou, 
         11 Albert Emon. 
         Coach: Stefan Kovacs
Belgium: 1 Christian Piot / 2 Gilbert Van Binst, 3 Jean Baptiste Dockx, 4 Georges Leekens, 
         5 Erwin Van Den Daele, 6 Julien Cools, 7 Jan Verheyen, 8 Roger Van Gool, 
         9 Raoul Lambert, 10 Ludo Coeck, 11 René Vandereycken (16 Jacques Teugels 82.). 
         Coach: Raymond Goethals


Group 8

13 October 1974 Vassil Levski - Sofia
Bulgaria – Greece 3-3
2' Bonev 1-0, 27' Denev 2-0, 28’ Andoniadis 2-1, 29' Denev 3-1, 86' Papaioannou 3-2, 
88' Glezos 3-3
Referee: Alberto Michelotti (ITA) Attendance: 30.000
YC: Hristos Terzanidis, Eleftherios Pupakis – as substitute [Greece]
Bulgaria: 1 Stoyan Iordanov / 2 Ivan Zafirov, 3 Dimitar Penev, 4 Borislav Dimitrov, 
          5 Bojil Kolev, 6 Krassimir Borissov, 7 Voin Voinov, 8 Hristo Bonev, 
          9 Traiko Sokolov (13 Gueorgui Gugalov 68.), 10 Gueorgui Denev, 
          11 Tchavdar Zvetkov (14 Todor Barzov 60.). 
          Coaches: Ioncho Arsov, Dimitar Doichinov, Manol Manolov
Greece: 1 Panayotis Ikonomopoulos / 2 Theodoros Palas, 3 Konstantinos Iosifidis, 
        4 Georgios Foiros, 5 Apostolos Glezos, 6 Konstantinos Eleftherakis, 
        7 Hristos Terzanidis, 8 Georgios Delikaris, 9 Andonis Andoniadis 
        (13 Pantelis Nikolaou 68.), 10 Dimitrios Papaioannou, 11 Stavros Sarafis 
        (14 Konstantinos Papaioanou 60.). 
        Coach : Alketas Panagulias

20 November 1974 Spyros Louis - Athens
Greece – Germany 2-2
12' Delikaris 1-0, 51’ Cullmann 1-1, 70' Eleftherakis 2-1, 82' Wimmer 2-2
Referee: Nicolae Rainea (ROM) Attendance: 30.000
YC: Vasilis Siokos [Greece]
Greece: 1 Panayotis Ikonomopoulos / 2 Ioannis Kirastas, 3 Konstantinos Iosifidis, 
        4 Vasilis Siokos, 5 Apostolos Glezos (12 Georgios Foiros 61.), 
        6 Konstantinos Eleftherakis, 7 Hristos Terzanidis, 8 Stavros Sarafis, 
        9 Dimitrios Papaioannou (15 Ahileas Aslanidis 70.), 10 Dimitrios Domazos, 
        11 Georgios Delikaris. 
        Coach: Alketas Panagulias
Germany: 1 Sepp Maier / 2 Berti Vogts, 3 Helmut Kremers, 4 Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, 
         5 Franz Beckenbauer, 6 Bernhard Cullmann (13 Hans-Josef Kapellmann 76.), 
         7 Rainer Geye, 8 Uli Hoeness, 9 Bernd Hölzenbein, 10 Herbert Wimmer, 
         11 Josef Heynckes (16 Josef Pirrung 78.). 
         Coach: Helmut Schön

18 December 1974 Spyros Louis - Athens
Greece – Bulgaria 2-1
4' Sarafis 1-0, 40' Andoniadis 2-0, 89' Kolev 2-1
Referee: Paul Schiller (AUT) Attendance: 22.328
YC: Andonis Andoniadis, Konstantinos Eleftherakis [Greece],
    Zonyo Vassilev [Bulgaria]
Greece: 1 Vasilios Konstandinou / 2 Dimitrios Eleftheriadis, 3 Theodoros Palas, 
        4 Vasilis Siokos, 5 Apostolos Glezos, 6 Konstantinos Eleftherakis, 
        7 Hristos Terzanidis, 8 Stavros Sarafis, 9 Andonis Andoniadis, 
        10 Dimitrios Papaioannou (14 Ioannis Kirastas 75.), 11 Ahileas Aslanidis. 
        Coach : Alketas Panagulias
Bulgaria : 1 Iordan Filipov / 2 Zonyo Vassilev, 3 Kiril Ivkov, 4 Stefan Aladjov,
           5 Bojil Kolev, 6 Kiril Stankov, 7 Voin Voinov (15 Boris Anguelov 46.), 
           8 Hristo Bonev, 9 Nikola Hristov (12 Tchavdar Zvetkov 70.), 10 Gueorgui Denev, 
           11 Nikola Kurbanov. 
           Coach: Stoian Ormandjiev

22 December 1974 Empire - Gzira
Malta – Germany 0-1
44' Cullmann 0-1
Referee: Gyula Emsberger (HUN) Attendance: 12.528
YC: Richard Aquilina [Malta],
    Berti Vogts [Germany]
Malta: 1 Alfred Debono / 2 Joseph Borg I, 3 Edward Vella, 4 Edward Darmanin, 
       5 John Holland, 6 William Vassallo, 7 Vincent Magro, 8 Raymond Xuereb, 
       9 Anthony Camilleri, 10 Edward Aquilina (13 Richard Aquilina 50.), 
       11 Carlo Seychell. 
       Coach: Terenzio Polvertini
Germany: 1 Norbert Nigbur / 2 Berti Vogts, 3 Bernhard Dietz, 4 Karl-Heinz Körbel,
         5 Franz Beckenbauer, 6 Rainer Bonhof, 7 Bernhard Cullmann (16 Rudolf Seliger 75.), 
         8 Josef Pirrung (15 Bernd Nickel 46.), 9 Erwin Kostedde, 10 Heinz Flohe,
         11 Bernd Hölzenbein. 
         Coach: Helmut Schön

23 February 1975 Empire - Gzira
Malta – Greece 2-0
33' Aquilina 1-0, 70' Magro 2-0
Referee: Robert Matthewson (ENG) Attendance: 8.621
YC: Andonis Andoniadis [Greece]
Malta: 1 Robert Gatt / 2 George Ciantar, 3 Edward Vella, 4 Edward Darmanin, 5 John Holland, 
       6 William Vassallo, 7 Vincent Magro, 8 David Azzopardi (13 Carlo Seychell 58.), 
       9 Raymond Xuereb, 10 Richard Aquilina, 11 Anthony Camilleri. 
       Coach: Terenzio Polvertini
Greece : 1 Vasilios Konstandinou / 2 Theodoros Palas, 3 Konstantinos Iosifidis, 
         4 Vasilis Siokos, 5 Georgios Foiros, 6 Dimitrios Dimitriou 
         (13 Dimitrios Paridis 30. / 14 Pantelis Nikolaou 75.), 7 Stavros Sarafis, 
         8 Dimitrios Papaioannou, 9 Andonis Andoniadis, 10 Dimitrios Domazos, 
         11 Mihalis Kritikopoulos. 
         Coach: Alketas Panagulias

27 April 1975 Vassil Levski - Sofia
Bulgaria – Germany 1-1
73'(pen) Kolev 1-0, 75'(pen) Ritschel 1-1
Referee: Jean Dubach (SUI) Attendance: 65.000
YC: Anguel Rangelov, Gueorgui Denev [Bulgaria]
Bulgaria: 1 Iordan Filipov / 2 Ivan Zafirov, 3 Todor Marev, 4 Miltcho Evtimov, 
          5 Bojil Kolev, 6 Anguel Rangelov, 7 Atanas Alexandrov (13 Radoslav Zdravkov 58.), 
          8 Borislav Dimitrov, 9 Andrei Geliaskov, 10 Pavel Panov, 11 Gueorgui Denev. 
          Coach: Stoian Ormandjiev
Germany: 1 Sepp Maier / 2 Berti Vogts, 3 Paul Breitner, 4 Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, 
         5 Franz Beckenbauer, 6 Rainer Bonhof, 7 Manfred Ritschel, 8 Uli Hoeness 
         (13 Karl-Heinz Korbel 74.), 9 Wolfgang Seel, 10 Günter Netzer, 11 Josef Heynckes 
         (16 Bernd Holzenbein 34.). 
         Coach: Helmut Schön

04 June 1975 (local time) Toumpas - Thessaloniki 
Greece – Malta 4-0
32' Mavros 1-0, 34'(pen) Andoniadis 2-0, 47' Iosifidis 3-0, 50' Papaioannou 4-0
Referee: Marjan Raus (YUG) Attendance: 17.500
YC: Vincent Magro [Malta]
Greece: 1 Stelios Papafloratos / 2 Theodoros Palas, 3 Konstantinos Iosifidis, 
        4 Filotas Pelios (13 Pantelis Nikolaou 80.), 5 Georgios Foiros, 
        6 Kiriakos Apostolidis, 7 Thomas Mavros, 8 Angelos Anastasiadis, 
        9 Andonis Andoniadis (15 Nikos Kalambakas 75.), 10 Dimitrios Papaioannou, 
        11 Ahileas Aslanidis. 
        Coach: Alketas Panagulias
Malta: 1 Robert Gatt (12 Alfred Debono 70.) / 2 Joseph Borg I, 3 Edwin Farrugia, 
       4 William Vassallo, 5 John Holland, 6 Edward Darmanin, 7 Vincent Magro, 
       8 David Azzopardi, 9 Raymond Xuereb (15 George Ciantar 7.), 10 Richard Aquilina, 
       11 Carlo Seychell. 
       Coach: Terenzio Polvertini

11 June 1975 Vassil Levski - Sofia
Bulgaria – Malta 5-0
2' Dimitrov 1-0, 22' Denev 2-0, 25'(pen) Panov 3-0, 68' Bonev 4-0, 71' Milanov 5-0
Referee: Michal Jursa (TCH) Attendance: 35.000
Bulgaria: 1 Iordan Filipov / 2 Ivan Zafirov, 3 Todor Marev, 4 Miltcho Evtimov, 
          5 Kostas Isakidis (12 Kiril Milanov 59.), 6 Nikola Kurbanov 
          (13 Atanas Alexandrov 46.), 7 Hristo Bonev, 8 Andrei Geliaskov, 9 Pavel Panov, 
          10 Gueorgui Denev, 11 Borislav Dimitrov.
          Coach: Stoian Ormandjiev
Malta: 1 Alfred Debono / 2 George Ciantar, 3 Edwin Farrugia, 4 Edward Vella, 
       5 John Holland, 6 Edward Darmanin, 7 Joseph Borg I, 8 Edward Aquilina 
       (12 Raymond Xuereb 68.), 9 Vincent Magro, 10 William Vassallo, 11 Richard Aquilina. 
       Coach: Terenzio Polvertini

11 October 1975 Rheinstadion - Dusseldorf
Germany – Greece 1-1
67' Heynckes 1-0, 79' Delikaris 1-1
Referee: Clive Thomas (WAL) Attendance: 70.000
YC: Hristos Terzanidis [Greece]
Germany: 1 Sepp Maier / 2 Manfred Kaltz, 3 Berti Vogts, 4 Karl-Heinz Körbel, 
         5 Franz Beckenbauer, 6 Paul Breitner, 7 Bernd Hölzenbein, 8 Erich Beer, 
         9 Erwin Kostedde, 10 Günter Netzer, 11 Josef Heynckes. 
         Coach: Helmut Schön
Greece: 1 Panayotis Kelesidis / 2 Ioannis Kirastas, 3 Theodoros Palas, 
        4 Dimitrios Sinetopoulos, 5 Georgios Foiros, 6 Stavros Sarafis, 
        7 Hristos Terzanidis (15 Kiriakos Apostolidis 45.), 8 Georgios Kudas 
        (16 Ahileas Aslanidis 86.), 9 Mihalis Kritikopoulos, 10 Dimitrios Papaioannou, 
        11 Georgios Delikaris. 
        Coach: Alketas Panagulias

19 November 1975 Gottlieb-Daimler - Stuttgart
Germany – Bulgaria 1-0
65' Heynckes 1-0
Referee: Alastair Mackenzie (SCO) Attendance: 71.000
Germany: 1 Sepp Maier / 2 Berti Vogts, 3 Bernhard Dietz, 4 Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, 
         5 Franz Beckenbauer, 6 Uli Stielike, 7 Bernd Hölzenbein, 8 Herbert Wimmer, 
         9 Erich Beer, 10 Dietmar Danner, 11 Josef Heynckes. 
         Coach: Helmut Schön
Bulgaria: 1 Iordan Filipov / 2 Ivan Zafirov, 3 Kiril Ivkov, 4 Zonyo Vassilev, 
          5 Bojil Kolev (12 Pavel Panov 72.), 6 Boris Anguelov, 7 Atanas Alexandrov
          (16 Voin Voinov 75.), 8 Hristo Bonev, 9 Kiril Milanov, 10 Anguel Rangelov, 
          11 Tchavdar Zvetkov. 
          Coach: Stoian Ormandjiev

21 December 1975 Empire - Gzira
Malta – Bulgaria 0-2
69' Panov 0-1, 88' Iordanov 0-2
Referee: Norbert Rolles (LUX) Attendance: 7.174
Malta: 1 Alfred Debono / 2 Sunny Gouder (12 Edward Vella 90.), 3 Edwin Farrugia, 
       4 Edward Darmanin, 5 John Holland, 6 William Vassallo, 7 Vincent Magro 
       (13 Christopher Vella 46.), 8 David Azzopardi, 9 Richard Aquilina, 
       10 Edward Aquilina, 11 Carlo Seychell. 
       Coach: Terenzio Polvertini
Bulgaria : 1 Gueorgui Tihanov / 2 Ivan Zafirov (12 Stoyan Iordanov 46.), 3 Kiril Ivkov, 
           4 Zonyo Vassilev, 5 Boris Anguelov, 6 Anguel Rangelov, 7 Voin Voinov,
           8 Hristo Bonev, 9 Kiril Milanov, 10 Pavel Panov, 11 Tchavdar Zvetkov 
           (13 Atanas Alexandrov 65.). 
           Coach: Stoian Ormandjiev 

28 February 1976 Westfalenstadion - Dortmund
Germany – Malta 8-0
6', 27' Worm 1-0, 2-0, 34' Heynckes 3-0, 41’ Beer 4-0, 58' Heynckes 5-0, 
77'(pen) Beer 6-0, 82' Vogts 7-0, 87' Hölzenbein 8-0
Referee: Marian Kuston (POL) Attendance: 35.000
Germany: 1 Sepp Maier / 2 Berti Vogts, 3 Bernhard Dietz, 4 Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, 
         5 Franz Beckenbauer, 6 Uli Stielike (14 Bernd Cullmann --), 7 Bernd Hölzenbein, 
         8 Herbert Wimmer (13 Hans Bongartz 27), 9 Ronald Worm, 10 Erich Beer, 
         11 Josef Heynckes. 
         Coach: Helmut Schön
Malta: 1 Charles Sciberras / 2 Oliver Losco, 3 Edwin Farrugia, 4 Sunny Gouder, 
       5 John Holland, 6 William Vassallo, 7 Vincent Magro (12 Carlo Seychell --), 
       8 Richard Aquilina, 9 Raymond Xuereb, 10 Dennis Fenech, 11 Mario Loporto 
       (13 Edward Aquilina 46.). 
       Coach: Terenzio Polvertini


QUARTER FINALS

24 April 1976 Tehelné Pole - Bratislava
Czechoslovakia – USSR 2-0
34' Moder 1-0, 47' Panenka 2-0
Referee: Hilmi Ok (TUR) Attendance: 50.000
Czechoslovakia: 1 Ivo Viktor / 2 Karol Dobias, 3 Jozef Capkovic, 4 Anton Ondruš, 
                5 Koloman Gögh, 6 Jozef Moder (15 Lubomir Knapp 81.), 7 Antonín Panenka, 
                8 Marian Masny, 9 Jaroslav Pollak, 10 Ladislav Petras 
                (16 Karel Kroupa 66.), 11 Zdenek Nehoda. 
                Coach: Vaclav Jezek
USSR : 1 Alexandre Prokhorov / 2 Anatoli Konkov, 3 Victor Matvienko, 4 Mikhail Fomenko, 
       5 Stefan Reschko, 6 Vladimir Troschkine, 7 Victor Zviaguintsev, 
       8 Vladimir Onischenko (15 Leonid Nazarenko 78.), 9 Victor Kolotov, 
       10 Evgueni Lovchev (12 Vladimir Veremeev 72.), 11 Oleh Blokhin. 
       Coach: Valeriy Lobanovski

22 May 1976 Olyimpiyskiy - Kiev
USSR – Czechoslovakia 2-2
45’ Moder 0-1, 53' Buryak 1-1, 82’ Moder 1-2, 87' Blokhin 2-2
Referee: Alastair Mackenzie (SCO) Attendance: 100.000
YC: Vladimir Troschkine [USSR],
    Jozef Moder [Czechoslovakia]
USSR: 1 Evgueni Rudakov / 2 Anatoli Konkov, 3 Evgueni Lovchev, 4 Mikhail Fomenko, 
      5 Victor Zviaguintsev, 6 Vladimir Troschkine, 7 Vladimir Muntian 
      (13 Alexandre Minaev 56.), 8 Vladimir Onischenko, 9 Leonid Buryak, 
      10 Vladimir Veremeev, 11 Oleh Blokhin. 
      Coach: Valeriy Lobanovski
Czechoslovakia: 1 Ivo Viktor / 2 Koloman Gögh (14 Ladislav Jurkemik 80.), 3 Karol Dobias, 
                4 Anton Ondruš, 5 Ján Pivarnik, 6 Jaroslav Pollak, 7 Jozef Capkovic, 
                8 Marian Masny, 9 Jozef Moder, 10 Dusan Gallis (13 Jan Svehlik 86.), 
                11 Zdenek Nehoda. 
                Coach: Vaclav Jezek

Czechoslovakia win 4-2 on aggregate.

24 April 1976 Vicente Calderón - Madrid
Spain – Germany 1-1
1' Santillana 1-0, 60' Beer 1-1
Referee: John Keith Taylor (ENG) Attendance: 63.000
YC: Bernhard Dietz [Germany],
    Gregorio Benito Rubio [Spain]
Spain : 1 José Angel Iríbar Cartajanera / 2 Juan Cruz SOL, 3 Gregorio Benito Rubio, 
        4 José Luis Capón González, 5 Miguel Bernardo Bianqueti 
        (15 Jesus Maria Satrustegui Azpiroz 81.), 6 José Camacho, 
        7 Enrique Castro Gonzalez (12 Sebastian Alabanda Fernandez 81.),
        8 Angel María Villar Llona, 9 Carlos Santillana, 10 Vicente del Bosque, 
        11 José Ignacio Churruca Sistiaga. 
        Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz
Germany: 1 Sepp Maier / 2 Berti Vogts, 3 Bernhard Dietz (13 Peter Reichel 81.), 
         4 Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck (14 Bernhard Cullmann 46.), 5 Franz Beckenbauer, 
         6 Rainer Bonhof, 7 Bernd Hölzenbein, 8 Herbert Wimmer, 9 Erich Beer, 
         10 Dietmar Danner, 11 Ronald Worm. 
         Coach: Helmut Schön

22 May 1976 Olympiastadion - Munich
Germany – Spain 2-0
17' Hoeness 1-0, 43' Toppmöller 2-0
Referee: Robert Wurtz (FRA) Attendance: 77.600
YC: Pirri, Jose Camacho [Spain]
Germany: 1 Sepp Maier / 2 Berti Vogts, 3 Bernhard Dietz, 4 Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, 
         5 Franz Beckenbauer, 6 Rainer Bonhof, 7 Herbert Wimmer, 8 Uli Hoeness, 
         9 Klaus Toppmöller, 10 Erich Beer, 11 Bernd Hölzenbein. 
         Coach: Helmut Schön
Spain: 1 Miguel Angel González Súarez / 2 Juan Cruz SOL 
       (13 Ignacio Cortabarria Abarrategui 17.), 3 Pirri, 4 José Luis Capón González, 
       5 Juan Manuel Asensi Ripoll, 6 José Camacho, 7 Enrique Castro Gonzalez, 
       8 Angel María Villar Llona (12 Jose Antonio Ramos Huete 46.), 9 Carlos Santillana, 
       10 Vicente del Bosque, 11 José Ignacio Churruca Sistiaga. 
       Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz

Germany win 3-1 on aggregate.

24 April 1976 Maksimir - Zagreb
Yugoslavia – Wales 2-0
1’ Vukotic 1-0, 55’ D. Popivoda 2-0
Referee: Paul Schiller (AUT) Attendance: 50.000
YC: Drazen Muzinic [Yugoslavia]
Yugoslavia: 1 Ognjen Petrovic / 2 Ivan Buljan, 3 Dzemal Hadziabdic, 4 Branko Oblak, 
            5 Josip Katalinski, 6 Drazen Muzinic, 7 Danilo Popivoda, 8 Jovan Acimovic, 
            9 Ivan Surjak, 10 Momcilo Vukotic (15 Jurica Jerkovic 60.), 11 Drago Vabec. 
            Coach: Ante Mladinic
Wales: 1 William Dai Davies / 2 Roderick Thomas, 3 Malcolm Page, 4 John Mahoney, 
       5 Leighton Phillips, 6 Ian Evans, 7 Leighton James (16 Alan Curtis 83.), 
       8 Brian Flynn, 9 Terence Yorath, 10 John Toshack, 11 Arfon Griffiths. 
       Coach: Michael Smith

22 May 1976 Ninian Park - Cardiff
Wales – Yugoslavia 1-1
18’ [pen.] Katalinski 0-1, 38' Evans 1-1
Referee: Rudi Glöckner (GER) Attendance: 50.000
YC: Jurica Jerkovic [Yugoslavia],
    Leighton Phillips, Brian Flynn, Terence Yorath [Wales]
Wales: 1 William Dai Davies / 2 Leighton Phillips, 3 Malcolm Page, 4 John Mahoney, 
       5 David Roberts, 6 Ian Evans, 7 Arfon Griffiths (16 Alan Curtis 67.), 
       8 Brian Flynn, 9 Terence Yorath, 10 John Toshack, 11 Leighton James. 
       Coach: Michael Smith
Yugoslavia: 1 Enver Maric / 2 Drazen Muzinic, 3 Dzemal Hadziabdic, 4 Ivan Buljan, 
            5 Josip Katalinski, 6 Ivan Surjak, 7 Slavisa Zungul (14 Franjo Vladic 61.), 
            8 Branko Oblak, 9 Borislav Djordjevic, 10 Jurica Jerkovic, 11 Danilo Popivoda. 
            Coach: Ante Mladinic

Yugoslavia win 3-1 on aggregate.

25 April 1976 De Kuip - Rotterdam
Netherlands – Belgium 5-0
17' Rijsbergen 1-0, 28', 58' Rensenbrink 2-0, 3-0, 80’[pen.] Neeskens 4-0, 
85' Rensenbrink 5-0 
Referee: Jean Dubach (SUI) Attendance: 38.000
YC: Wilhelmus G Rijsbergen [Netherlands],
    Jan Verheyen, Francois van Der Elst [Belgium]
Netherlands: 1 Pieter Schrijvers / 2 Wilhelm Lourens Suurbier, 3 Wilhelmus G Rijsbergen, 
             4 Adrianus A Van Kraay, 5 Ruud Krol, 6 Johan Neeskens (13 Johannes W Peters 84.), 
             7 Wim JANSEN, 8 Johnny Rep, 9 Johan Cruyff, 10 Wilhelmus A Van De Kerkhof, 
             11 Rob Rensenbrink. 
             Coach: Gregorius Knobel
Belgium: 1 Christian Piot / 2 Gilbert Van Binst, 3 Maurice Martens, 4 Georges Leekens, 
         5 Erik Gerets, 6 Julien Cools (15 Francois van Der Elst 46.), 7 René Vandereycken,
         8 Roger Van Gool, 9 Raoul Lambert (16 Jacques Teugels 83.), 10 Ludo Coeck, 
         11 Jan Verheyen. 
         Coach : Raymond Goethals

22 May 1976 Heizel – Brussels
Belgium – Netherlands 1-2
27’ Van Gool 1-0, 61’ Rep 1-1, 77’ Cruyff 1-2 
Referee: Alberto Michelotti {ITA} Attendance: 19.050
YC: Maurice Martens, Herve Delesie [Belgium]
Belgium: 1 Jean-Marie Pfaff / 2 Bob Dalving, 3 Gilbert van Binst, 4 Michel Renquin, 
         5 Maurice Martens, 6 Francois van Der Elst, 7 Julien Cools, 8 Rene Verheyen, 
         9 Rene Vandereycken, 10 Willy Wellens, 11 Roger van Gool (13 Herve Delesie 66.). 
         Coach: Guy Thijs
Netherlands: 1 Pieter Schrijvers / 2 Wilhelm Lourens Suurbier, 3 Adrianus A van Kraay, 
             4 Wilhelmus G Rijsbergen, 5 Ruud Krol, 6 Wilhelmus A van de Kerkhof, 
             7 Johan Neeskens, 8 Wim van Hanegem (13 Johannes W Peters 87.), 9 Johnny Rep, 
             10 Johan Cruyff, 11 Rob Rensenbrink. Coach: Gregorius Knobel  

Netherlands win 7-1 on aggregate.


SEMI FINALS

16 June 1976 Maksimir – Zagreb
Czechoslovakia - Netherlands 3-1   Match decided after extra time
19' Ondruš 1-0, 77' Ondruš (o.g.) 1-1, 114' Nehoda 2-1, 118' Vesely 3-1
Referee: Clive Thomas (WAL) Attendance: 31.000
YC: Johan Cruyff, Wilhelmus A van de Kerkhof [Netherlands]
    Jaroslav Pollak, Karol Dobias [Czechoslovakia]
RC: Jaroslav Pollak (60.)
    Johan Neeskens (76.)
    Wim van Hanegem (115.)
Czechoslovakia: 1 Ivo Viktor / 2 Karol Dobias, 3 Jozef Capkovic (6 Ladislav Jurkemik 106.), 
                4 Anton Ondruš, 5 Ján Pivarnik, 7 Antonín Panenka, 8 Jozef Moder 
                (16 Frantisek Vesely 91.), 9 Jaroslav Pollak, 10 Marian Masny, 
                11 Zdenek Nehoda, 12 Koloman Gögh. 
                Coach: Vaclav Jezek
Netherlands: 1 Pieter Schrijvers / 2 Wilhelm Lourens Suurbier, 3 Wilhelmus G Rijsbergen 
             (12 Wim van Hanegem 37.), 4 Adrianus A Van Kraay, 5 Ruud Krol, 6 Johan Neeskens, 
             7 Wim JANSEN, 8 Johnny Rep (13 Geertruida Geels 65.), 9 Johan Cruyff, 
             10 Wilhelmus A Van De Kerkhof, 11 Rob Rensenbrink. 
             Coach: Gregorius Knobel

17 June 1976 FK Crvena Zvezda - Belgrade
Yugoslavia – Germany 2-4   Match decided after extra time
19’ Popivoda 1-0, 30’ Dzajic 2-0, 64' Flohe 2-1, 82', 115', 119' D. Müller 2-2, 2-3, 2-4 
Referee: Alfred Delcourt (BEL) Attendance: 70.000
Yugoslavia: 1 Ognjen Petrovic / 2 Ivan Buljan, 4 Drazen Muzinic, 5 Josip Katalinski, 
            6 Ivan Surjak, 7 Danilo Popivoda, 8 Branko Oblak (20 Luka Peruzovic 105.), 
            9 Jovan Acimovic (15 Franjo Vladic 105.), 10 Jurica Jerkovic, 
            11 Dragan Dzajic, 17 Slavisa Zungul. 
            Coach: Ante Mladinic
Germany: 1 Sepp Maier / 2 Berti Vogts, 3 Bernhard Dietz, 4 Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, 
         5 Franz Beckenbauer, 6 Herbert Wimmer (9 Dieter Muller 79.), 7 Rainer Bonhof, 
         8 Uli Hoeness, 10 Erich Beer, 11 Bernd Hölzenbein, 13 Dietmar Danner 
         (15 Heinz Flohe 46.). 
         Coach: Helmut Schön


FINAL FOR THE THIRD PLACE

19 June 1976 Maksimir - Zagreb
Netherlands – Yugoslavia 3-2   Match decided after extra time
27' Geels 1-0, 39' Van De Kerkhof 2-0, 43’ Katalinski 2-1, 83’ Dzajic 2-2, 
107' GEELS 3-2
Referee: Walter Hungerbühler (SUI) Attendance: 15.000
Netherlands: 1 Pieter Schrijvers / 2 Wilhelm Lourens Suurbier, 4 Adrianus A Van Kraay, 
             5 Ruud Krol, 7 Wim JANSEN (9 Willem Jan Meutstege 46.), 
             10 Wilhelmus A Van De Kerkhof, 11 Rob Rensenbrink, 13 Ruud GEELS, 
             14 Jan PETERS, 15 Reinier L Van De Kerkhof, 16 Peter ARNTZ 
             (12 Cornelius Kist 70.). 
             Coach: Gregorius Knobel
Yugoslavia: 1 Ognjen Petrovic / 2 Ivan Buljan, 4 Drazen Muzinic, 5 Josip Katalinski, 
            6 Ivan Surjak, 7 Danilo Popivoda, 8 Branko Oblak, 9 Jovan Acimovic 
            (15 Franjo Vladic 46.), 10 Jurica Jerkovic, 11 Dragan Dzajic, 
            17 Slavisa Zungul (13 Vahid Halilhodzic 46.). 
            Coach: Ante Mladinic


FINAL

20 June 1976 FK Crvena Zvezda - Belgrade
Czechoslovakia – Germany 2-2   
Czechoslovakia win 5-3 on penalties
8' Svehlik 1-0, 25' Dobias 2-0, 28' D. Müller 2-1, 89' Hölzenbein 2-2
Referee: Sergio Gonella (ITA) Attendance: 30.790
YC: Karol Dobias, Jozef Moder [Czechoslovakia]
Czechoslovakia: 1 Ivo Viktor / 2 Karol Dobias (16 Frantisek Vesely 109.), 3 Jozef Capkovic,
                4 Anton Ondruš, 5 Ján Pivarnik, 7 Antonín Panenka, 8 Jozef Moder, 
                10 Marian Masny, 11 Zdenek Nehoda (14 Pavel Biros 80.), 12 Koloman Gögh,
                17 Jan Svehlik (6 Ladislav Jurkemik 79.). 
                Coach: Vaclav Jezek
Germany: 1 Sepp Maier / 2 Berti Vogts, 3 Bernhard Dietz, 4 Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, 
         5 Franz Beckenbauer, 6 Herbert Wimmer (15 Heinz Flohe 46.), 7 Rainer Bonhof, 
         8 Uli Hoeness, 9 Dieter Müller, 10 Erich Beer (14 Hans Bongartz 80.), 
         11 Bernd Hölzenbein. 
         Coach: Helmut Schon
Penalties: Masny 1-0, Bonhof 1-1, Nehoda 2-1, Flohe 2-2, Ondrus 3-2, Bongartz 3-3,
           Jurkemik 4-3, Hoeness missed, Panenka 5-3.





Scorers

8 – Don Givens [Eire]
6 – Tibor Nyilasi [Hungary]
5 – Malcolm Mac Donald [England], Johann Krankl [Austria], Zdenek Nehoda [Czechoslovakia],
    Josip Katalinski [Yugoslavia], Johannes Cruyff, Rob Rensenbrink [Netherlands]
4 – Arfon Griffiths [Wales], Zoltan Crisan, Dudu Georgescu [Romania], Jean-Marc Guillou
    [France], Josef Heynckes, Dieter Muller [Germany], Antonin Panenka [Czechoslovakia]
3 – Premysl Bicovsky, Jozef Moder [Czechoslovakia], Michael Channon [England],
    John Toshack [Wales], Gilbert Dussier [Luxembourg], Tom Lund [Norway], Ruud Geels,
    Johannes Neeskens, Willy van der Kuylen [Netherlands], Andrzej Szarmach,
    Grzegorz Lato {Poland], Oleg Blokhin, Viktor Kolotov [USSR], Andonis Andoniadis
    [Greece], Gueorgi Denev [Bulgaria], Erich Beer [Germany]
2 – Masny, Ondrus [Czechoslovakia], Bell [England], Nene [Portugal], James [Wales],
    Welzl [Austria], Braun, Philipp [Luxembourg], Nagy [Hungary], Dzajic, Oblak,
    Popivoda, M. Vukotic [Yugoslavia], Hamilton [Northern Ireland], Sjoberg, Nordahl
    [Sweden], Quini, Santillana [Spain], Rioch [Scotland], Gadocha [Poland], Rahja
    [Finland], Onischenko [USSR}, Worm, Cullmann, Holzenbein [Germany], Delikaris,
    Papaioannou [Greece], Bonev, Kolev, Panov [Bulgaria]
1 – Dobias, Gallis, Petras, Svehlik, Vesely [Czechoslovakia], Keegan [England],
    Alves, Moinhos, Rui Rodrigues [Portugal], Evans, Reece, Mahoney, England,
    P. Roberts, Yorath [Wales], Jara, Prohaska, Koglberger, Kreuz [Austria],
    Pinter, Varadi, Wollek, Pusztai, Horvath, Balint, Branikovits [Hungary],
    Vladic, Vabec, Buljan, Bogicevic, Surjak, Ivezic [Yugoslavia], Morgan,
    McIlroy, Hunter, O’Neill, Nicholl, Finney [Northern Ireland], Torstensson,
    Sandberg, Grahn, Edstrom [Sweden], E.J. Olsen, Thunberg [Norway], Villar,
    Pirri, Capon, Velazquez, Megido, Claramunt, I.R. Martinez [Spain], Iordanescu,
    Lucescu, Dinu [Romania], Dalglish, MacDougall, Harper, McQueen, Bremner, Jordan
    [Scotland], Bastrup, Dahl, Nygaard [Denmark], Thijssen, R.v.d. Kerkhof, Lubse,
    Rep [Netherlands], Capello, Chinaglia, Boninsegna [Italy], Kasperczak [Poland],
    Paatelaine [Finland], Buriak, Konkov, Veremeev, Muntian [USSR], Hand, Martin,
    Treacy [Ireland], Alpaslan, Ismail, B. Mehmet [Turkey], Risi, Elsener, Muller,
    Schild [Switzerland], Puis, Lambert, Martens, F.van Der Elst, Van Moer, Teugels,
    Van Gool [Belgium], Streich, Vogel, P. Ducke, Hafner, Pommerenke, Sparwasser,
    Kreische, Hoffmann [East Germany], Bathenay, Berdoll, Coste [France], 
    Edvaldsson, Sigurvinsson, Hallgrimsson [Iceland], Flohe, Hoeness, Ritschel,
    Toppmoller, Vogts, Wimmer [Germany], Mauros, Iosifidis, Sarafis, Eleftherakos,
    Gklezos [Greece], Iordanov, Dimitrov, Milanov [Bulgaria], R. Aquilina, 
    V. Magro [Malta].

Own goals: Reschko [USSR] for Turkey
           Dunne [Eire] for Turkey
           Ismail [Turkey] for Switzerland]
           Ondrus [Czechoslovakia] for Netherlands 

Teams

25 - Netherlands
24 – Czechoslovakia
23 - West Germany
19 - Yugoslavia
15 – Hungary, Wales
12 – Greece, Bulgaria, USSR
11 – England, Austria, Romania, Eire, Spain 
9  - Poland
8  - Northern Ireland, Sweden, Scotland, East Germany
7  - Luxembourg, France, Belgium
5  - Portugal, Norway, Turkey, Switzerland
3  - Denmark, Italy, Finland, Iceland 
2  - Malta

No goals - Cyprus

Total – 308 goals





European Championship Overview File

1976 (overview)

1976 (details final tournament)


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