UEFA Euro 1972 qualifying


UEFA Euro 1972 qualifying

The qualifying round for the 1972 European Football Championship consisted of 32 teams divided into eight groups of four teams. Each group winner progressed to the quarter-finals. The quarter-finals were played in two legs on a home-and-away basis. The winners of the quarter-finals would go through, to the final tournament.

Group stage

Group 1



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date = October 11, 1970
15:00
team1 = fb-rt|MLT
score = 1–1
team2 = fb|GRE|old
goals1 = Vassallo 66'
goals2 = Kritikopoulos 88'
stadium = Empire Stadium, Gzira
Attendance: 8,689
Referee: Lo Bello (Italy)
----footballbox
date = December 16, 1970
14:45
team1 = fb-rt|GRE|old
score = 0–1
team2 = fb|SUI
goals1 =
goals2 = Müller 85'
stadium = Stadio Karaiskaki, Piraeus(Athens)
Attendance: 30,699
Referee: Gugulović (Yugoslavia)
----footballbox
date = December 20, 1970
14:30
team1 = fb-rt|MLT
score = 1–2
team2 = fb|SUI
goals1 = Theobald 57' (p)
goals2 = Quentin 50'
Künzli 59'
stadium = Empire Stadium, Gzira
Attendance: 4,739
Referee: Rusev (Bulgaria)
----footballbox
date = February 3, 1971
15:00
team1 = fb-rt|MLT
score = 0–1
team2 = fb|ENG
goals1 =
goals2 = Peters 35'
stadium = Empire Stadium, Gzira
Attendance: 29,751
Referee: Marschall (Austria)
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date = April 21, 1971
19:45
team1 = fb-rt|SUI
score = 5–0
team2 = fb|MLT
goals1 = Blättler 14'
Künzli 17'
Quentin 26'
Citherlet 28'
Müller 30'
goals2 =
stadium = Allmend Stadion, Lucerne
Attendance: 16,470
Referee: Michaelsen (Denmark)
----footballbox
date = April 21, 1971
19:30
team1 = fb-rt|ENG
score = 3–0
team2 = fb|GRE|old
goals1 = Chivers 23'
Hurst 68'
Lee 87'
goals2 =
stadium = Wembley Stadium, London
Attendance: 55,123
Referee: Hirviniemi (Finland)
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date = may 12, 1971
19:45
team1 = fb-rt|ENG
score = 5–0
team2 = fb|MLT
goals1 = Chivers 29', 48'(*)
Lee 41'
Clarke 47' (p)
Lawler 75'
goals2 =
stadium = Wembley Stadium, London
Attendance: 41,534
Referee: Røed (Norway)
"(*)NOTE: The fourth goal is also reported at 59'." ----footballbox
date = May 12, 1971
20:00
team1 = fb-rt|SUI
score = 1–0
team2 = fb|GRE|old
goals1 = Odermatt 73'
goals2 =
stadium = Wankdorf Stadion, Berne
Attendance: 32,770
Referee: Jones (Wales) /injured 29'/ from 29' Reynolds (Wales)
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date = June 18, 1971
21:00
team1 = fb-rt|GRE|old
score = 2–0
team2 = fb|MLT
goals1 = Davourlis 60'
Aidiniou 80'
goals2 =
stadium = Stadio Karaiskaki, Piraeus(Athens)
Attendance: 9,561
Referee: Zsolt (Hungary)
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date = October 13, 1971
20:00
team1 = fb-rt|SUI
score = 2–3
team2 = fb|ENG
goals1 = Jeandupeux 10'
Künzli 44'
goals2 = Hurst 1'
Chivers 12'
Weibel 78' (og)
stadium = St. Jakob-Park, Basle
Attendance: 47,877
Referee: Loraux (Belgium)
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date = November 10, 1971
19:45
team1 = fb-rt|ENG
score = 1–1
team2 = fb|SUI
goals1 = Summerbee 9'
goals2 = Odermatt 26'
stadium = Wembley Stadium, London
Attendance: 90,423
Referee: Bărbulescu (Romania)
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date = December 1, 1971
14:45
team1 = fb-rt|GRE|old
score = 0–2
team2 = fb|ENG
goals1 =
goals2 = Hurst 57'
Chivers 90'
stadium = Stadio Karaiskaki, Piraeus(Athens)
Attendance: 34,014
Referee: Ortiz de Mendíbil (Spain)
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Group 4



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date = October 14, 1970
20:00
team1 = fb-rt|IRL
score = 1–1
team2 = fb|SWE
goals1 = Carroll 44' (p)
goals2 = Brzokoupil 61'
stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin
Attendance: 28,194
Referee: Héliès (France)
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date = October 28, 1970
19:00
team1 = fb-rt|SWE
score = 1–0
team2 = fb|IRL
goals1 = Turesson 74'
goals2 =
stadium = Råsunda Stadion, Solna(Stockholm)
Attendance: 11,922
Referee: Kazakov (USSR)
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date = October 31, 1970
15:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUT
score = 1–2
team2 = fb|ITA
goals1 = Parits 29'
goals2 = De Sisti 27'
Mazzola 34'
stadium = Praterstadion, Vienna
Attendance: 54,953
Referee: van Ravens (Netherlands)
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date = December 8, 1970
14:30
team1 = fb-rt|ITA
score = 3–0
team2 = fb|IRL
goals1 = De Sisti 22' (p)
Boninsegna 42'
Prati 84'
goals2 =
stadium = Stadio Comunale, Florence
Attendance: 41,092
Referee: Schaut (Belgium)
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date = May 10, 1971
19:00
team1 = fb-rt|IRL
score = 1–2
team2 = fb|ITA
goals1 = Conway 23'
goals2 = Boninsegna 15'
Prati 59'
stadium = Lansdowne Road, Dublin
Attendance: 22,613
Referee: Schulenburg (West Germany)
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date = May 26, 1971
19:00
team1 = fb-rt|SWE
score = 1–0
team2 = fb|AUT
goals1 = Olsson 62'
goals2 =
stadium = Råsunda Stadion, Solna(Stockholm)
Attendance: 5,416
Referee: Eksztajn (Poland)
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date = May 30, 1971
15:30
team1 = fb-rt|IRL
score = 1–4
team2 = fb|AUT
goals1 = Rogers 50' (p)
goals2 = Schmidradner 4' (p)
Kodat 11'
J.Dunne 30' (og)
Starek 72'
stadium = Dalymount Park, Dublin
Attendance: 14,674
Referee: Øberg (Norway)
----footballbox
date = June 9, 1971
19:00
team1 = fb-rt|SWE
score = 0–0
team2 = fb|ITA
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium =Råsunda Stadion, Solna(Stockholm)
Attendance: 36,528
Referee: Scheurer (Switzerland)
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date = September 4, 1971
15:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUT
score = 1–0
team2 = fb|SWE
goals1 = Stering 23'
goals2 =
stadium = Praterstadion, Vienna
Attendance: 38,274
Referee: Glöckner (East Germany)
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date = October 9, 1971
14:30
team1 = fb-rt|ITA
score = 3–0
team2 = fb|SWE
goals1 = Riva 3', 83'
Boninsegna 41'
goals2 =
stadium = Stadio San Siro, Milan
Attendance: 65,582
Referee: Machin (France)
----footballbox
date = October 10, 1971
15:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUT
score = 6–0
team2 = fb|IRL
goals1 = Jara 12', 85'
Pirkner 40' (p)
Parits 45', 52', 90'
goals2 =
stadium = Linzer Stadion, Linz
Attendance: 15,050
Referee: Göppel (Switzerland)
----footballbox
date = November 20, 1971
14:30
team1 = fb-rt|ITA
score = 2–2
team2 = fb|AUT
goals1 = Prati 10'
De Sisti 75'
goals2 = Jara 36'
Sara(*) 59'
stadium = Stadio Olimpico, Rome
Attendance: 58,752
Referee: Emsberger (Hungary)
"(*)NOTE: The Austria's second goal is also reported as an own goal by Sergio Santarini." ----

Group 7



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date = October 11, 1970
14:30
team1 = fb-rt|NED
score = 1–1
team2 = fb|YUG
goals1 = Israël 49' (p)
goals2 = Džajić 22'
stadium = Stadion Feyenoord (De Kuip), Rotterdam
Attendance: 56,200
Referee: Mullan (Scotland)
----footballbox
date = October 14, 1970
19:30
team1 = fb-rt|LUX
score = 0–2
team2 = fb|YUG
goals1 =
goals2 = Bukal 44', 62'
stadium = Stade Municipal, Luxembourg
Attendance: 5,163
Referee: Loraux (Belgium)
----footballbox
date = November 11, 1970
18:30
team1 = fb-rt|GDR
score = 1–0
team2 = fb|NED
goals1 = Ducke 56'
goals2 =
stadium = Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion, Dresden
Attendance: 30,089
Referee: Liedberg (Sweden)
----footballbox
date = November 15, 1970
14:45
team1 = fb-rt|LUX
score = 0–5
team2 = fb|GDR
goals1 =
goals2 = Vogel 21'
Kreische 29', 36', 39', 78'
stadium = Stade Municipal, Luxembourg
Attendance: 3,795
Referee: Bucheli (Switzerland)
----footballbox
date = February 24, 1971
20:30
team1 = fb-rt|NED
score = 6–0
team2 = fb|LUX
goals1 = Lippens 26'
Keizer 53', 80'
Cruijff 59', 69'
Suurbier 83'
goals2 =
stadium = Stadion Feyenoord (De Kuip), Rotterdam
Attendance: 38,117
Referee: Bajrami (Albania)
----footballbox
date = April 4, 1971
15:00
team1 = fb-rt|YUG
score = 2–0
team2 = fb|NED
goals1 = Jerković 8'
Džajić 84'
goals2 =
stadium = Stadion pod Marjanom, Split
Attendance: 15,563
Referee: Tschenscher (West Germany)
----footballbox
date = April 24, 1971
15:00
team1 = fb-rt|GDR
score = 2–1
team2 = fb|LUX
goals1 = Kreische 31'
Frenzel 88'
goals2 = Dussier 90'
stadium = Stadion der Freundschaft, Gera
Attendance: 11,276
Referee: Wilson (Northern Ireland)
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date = May 9, 1971
15:00
team1 = fb-rt|GDR
score = 1–2
team2 = fb|YUG
goals1 = Löwe 70'
goals2 = Filipović 11'
Džajić 20'
stadium = Zentralstadion, Leipzig
Attendance: 94,876
Referee: Schiller (Austria)
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date = October 10, 1971
14:30
team1 = fb-rt|NED
score = 3–2
team2 = fb|GDR
goals1 = Hulshoff 25'
Keizer 52', 72'(*)
goals2 = Vogel 10', 82'
stadium = Stadion Feyenoord (De Kuip), Rotterdam
Attendance: 48,037
Referee: Lo Bello (Italy)
"(*)NOTE: The Dutch third goal is also reported at 63'." ----footballbox
date = October 16, 1971
14:30
team1 = fb-rt|YUG
score = 0–0
team2 = fb|GDR
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = Stadion JNA, Belgrade
Attendance: 2,340
Referee: Taylor (England)
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date = October 27, 1971
14:30
team1 = fb-rt|YUG
score = 0–0
team2 = fb|LUX
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = Stadion pod Goricom, Titograd
Attendance: 10,022
Referee: Sarvan (Turkey)
----footballbox
date = November 17, 1971
20:00
team1 = fb-rt|LUX
score = 0–8
team2 = fb|NED
goals1 =
goals2 = Cruijff 4', 14', 60'
Keizer 7'
Pahlplatz 12'
Hulshoff 37'
Hoekema 54'
Israël 82'
stadium = Philips Stadion, Eindhoven
Attendance: 12,561
Referee: Jursa (Czechoslovakia)
----

Group 8



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date = October 14, 1970
17:30
team1 = fb-rt|POL
score = 3–0
team2 = fb|ALB|1946
goals1 = Gadocha 19'
Lubański 83'
Szołtysik 90'
goals2 =
stadium = Stadion Śląski, Chorzów
Attendance: 12,260*
Referee: Kouniaides (Cyprus)
"(*)NOTE: Attendance also reported as 8,507" ----footballbox
date = October 17, 1970
15:30
team1 = fb-rt|FRG
score = 1–1
team2 = fb|TUR
goals1 = Müller 36' (p)
goals2 = Kamuran 16'
stadium = Müngersdorferstadion, Cologne
Attendance: 52,204
Referee: Bonett (Malta)
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date = December 13, 1970
00:00
team1 = fb-rt|TUR
score = 2–1
team2 = fb|ALB|1946
goals1 = Metin 3'
Cemil 43'
goals2 = Ziu 22'
stadium = İnönü Stadı, Istanbul
Attendance: 39,000
Referee: Biróczky (Hungary)
----footballbox
date = February 17, 1971
14:30
team1 = fb-rt|ALB|1946
score = 0–1
team2 = fb|FRG
goals1 =
goals2 = Müller 38'
stadium = Stadiumi Qemal Stafa, Tirana
Attendance: 18,082
Referee: Bechirov (Bulgaria)
----footballbox
date = April 25, 1971
15:00
team1 = fb-rt|TUR
score = 0–3
team2 = fb|FRG
goals1 =
goals2 = Müller 43', 47'
Köppel 72'
stadium = İnönü Stadı, Istanbul
Attendance: 38,097
Referee: Kruashvili (USSR)
----footballbox
date = May 12, 1971
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|ALB|1946
score = 1–1
team2 = fb|POL
goals1 = Zhega 32'
goals2 = Banaś 7'
stadium = Stadiumi Qemal Stafa, Tirana
Attendance: 18,182
Referee: Héliès (France)
----footballbox
date = June 12, 1971
15:30
team1 = fb-rt|FRG
score = 2–0
team2 = fb|ALB|1946
goals1 = Netzer 18'
Grabowski 44'
goals2 =
stadium = Wildparkstadion, Karlsruhe
Attendance: 44,833
Referee: Latsios (Greece)
----footballbox
date = September 22, 1971
15:15
team1 = fb-rt|POL
score = 5–1
team2 = fb|TUR
goals1 = Bula 33'
Lubański 62', 73', 90'
Gadocha 69'
goals2 = Nihat 83'
stadium = Stadion Wisła, Kraków
Attendance: 20,241
Referee: Queudeville (Luxembourg)
----footballbox
date = October 10, 1971
12:00
team1 = fb-rt|POL
score = 1–3
team2 = fb|FRG
goals1 = Gadocha 27'
goals2 = Müller 29', 64'
Grabowski 70'
stadium = Stadion Dziesięciolecia, Warsaw
Attendance: 63,300
Referee: Marschall (Austria)
----footballbox
date = November 14, 1971
14:00
team1 = fb-rt|ALB|1946
score = 3–0
team2 = fb|TUR
goals1 = Përnaska 22', 57'
Pano 64'
goals2 =
stadium = Stadiumi Qemal Stafa, Tirana
Attendance: 18,159
Referee: Pláček (Czechoslovakia)
----footballbox
date = November 17, 1971
15:00
team1 = fb-rt|FRG
score = 0–0
team2 = fb|POL
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = Volksparkstadion, Hamburg Attendance: 60,448
Referee: Mullan (Scotland)
----footballbox
date = December 5, 1971
14:30
team1 = fb-rt|TUR
score = 1–0
team2 = fb|POL
goals1 = Cemil 52'
goals2 =
stadium = Atatürk Stadı, İzmir
Attendance: 57,794
Referee: Nikolov (Bulgaria)
----

Quarter-finals


Italy vs Belgiumfootballbox
date = April 29, 1972
15:30
First Leg
team1 = fb-rt|ITA
score = 0–0
team2 = fb|BEL
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = Stadio San Siro, Milan
Attendance: 63,549
Referee: Nikolov (Bulgaria)
----footballbox
date = May 13, 1972
20:00
Second Leg
team1 = fb-rt|BEL
score = 2–1
team2 = fb|ITA
goals1 = Van Moer 23'
Van Himst 71'
goals2 = Riva 86' (p)
stadium = Stade Émile Versé, Brussels
Attendance: 26,561
Referee: Schiller (Austria)
"Belgium won 2–1 on aggregete"


England vs West Germanyfootballbox
date = April 29, 1972
19:45
First Leg
team1 = fb-rt|ENG
score = 1–3
team2 = fb|FRG
goals1 = Lee 77'
goals2 = Hoeneß 26'
Netzer 85' (p)
Müller 88'
stadium = Wembley Stadium, London
Attendance: 96,800
Referee: Héliès (France)
----footballbox
date = May 13, 1972
16:00
Second Leg
team1 = fb-rt|FRG
score = 0–0
team2 = fb|ENG
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = Olympiastadion, West Berlin
Attendance: 76,122
Referee: Gugulović (Yugoslavia)
"West Germany won 3–1 on aggregate"


Hungary vs Romaniafootballbox
date = April 29, 1972
17:00
First Leg
team1 = fb-rt|HUN|1957
score =1–1
team2 = fb|ROU|1965
goals1 = Branikovits 11'
goals2 = Sătmăreanu 56'
stadium = Népstadion, Budapest
Attendance: 68,585
Referee: Smith (England)
----footballbox
date = May 14, 1972
17:00
Second Leg
team1 = fb-rt|ROU|1965
score = 2–2
team2 = fb|HUN|1957
goals1 = Dobrin 14'
Neagu 81'
goals2 = Szőke 5'
Kocsis 36'
stadium = Stadionul 23. August, Bucharest
Attendance: 60,300
Referee: Tschenscher (West Germany)
----footballbox
date = May 17, 1972
20:00
Replay
team1 = fb-rt|HUN|1957
score = 2–1
team2 = fb|ROU|1965
goals1 = Kocsis 26'
Szőke 89'
goals2 = Neagu 32'
stadium = Stadion JNA, Belgrade
Attendance: 32,130
Referee: Mihas (Greece)
"Hungary won 5–4 on aggregate" "(After Replay; After Second Leg: 3-3)"


Yugoslavia vs USSRfootballbox
date = April 30, 1972
16:00
First Leg
team1 = fb-rt|YUG
score = 0–0
team2 = fb|URS|1955
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = Stadion Crvena Zvezda, Belgrade
Attendance: 58,312
Referee: Scheurer (Switzerland)
----footballbox
date = May 13, 1972
17:00
Second Leg
team1 = fb-rt|URS|1955
score = 3–0
team2 = fb|YUG
goals1 = Kolotov 53'
Banishevski 74'
Kozinkevich 90'
goals2 =
stadium = Central Lenin Stadium, Moscow
Attendance: 90,300
Referee: Angonese (Italy)
"USSR won 3–0 on aggregate"

External links

* [http://www.rsssf.com/tables/72e.html tables and results] at RSSSF.com


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