The Pot 1 teams were assigned to the first positions of their groups, while the positions of all other teams were drawn separately (for the purposes of determining the match schedules in each group). [13][14] France and England qualified from the group as winners and runners-up respectively. [72][73] The group of eight analysts watched every game at the tournament before making their decision after the final. Giorgos Karagounis put the Greeks ahead after only seven minutes and Angelos Basinas made it 2–0 from the penalty spot on 51 minutes. June 22, 2004 Denmark vs. Sweden. [57] Every national association was awarded 20% of the venue capacity for each of their team's matches. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The knockout stage of UEFA Euro 2004 was a single-elimination tournament involving the eight teams that qualified from the group stage of the tournament. [90] France midfielder Zinedine Zidane believed the ball would "improve the game". The 2004 UEFA European Football Championship, commonly referred to as UEFA Euro 2004 or simply Euro 2004, was the 12th edition of the UEFA European Championship, a quadrennial football competition contested by the men's national teams of UEFA member associations. Watch full Euro 2004 football matches online on Footballia. Football. Portugal attacked and dominated possession but once again, sturdy defending and goalkeeping from Greece kept the hosts off the scoreboard. The 16 teams that qualified for the competition were required to submit a final 23-man squad by 2 June 2004, although injured squad members could be replaced at any time up to 24 hours before their team's first match. The Golden Boot was awarded to Milan Baroš, who scored five goals in all three group stage matches and in the quarter-finals against Denmark. Three teams – Italy, Denmark and Sweden – all finished with five points, with each team … [53], In a first phase lasting until 16 June 2003, supporters could apply for tickets via UEFA's tournament website or through forms available at the Portuguese Football Federation and match venues. Football statistics of the country Italy in the year 2004. UEFA Euro 2004 was a football tournament that took place in Portugal between 12 June and 4 July 2004. The same procedure was used in future European Championship tournaments. (English: Alive 2004!). Group D. Czech Republic. Furtado was selected to sing the official song of the tournament, because of her familial connection to the host country (her parents are both Portuguese from the Azores). In order to meet UEFA's requirements on venue capacity and infrastructure, seven new stadiums were built – Estádio Municipal de Aveiro (Aveiro),[41] Estádio Municipal de Braga (Braga),[42] Estádio Algarve (Faro-Loulé),[43] Estádio Dr. Magalhães Pessoa (Leiria),[44] Estádio da Luz (Lisbon),[45] Estádio José Alvalade (Lisbon),[46] and Estádio do Dragão (Porto)[47] – and three underwent renovation works – Estádio Cidade de Coimbra (Coimbra),[48] Estádio D. Afonso Henriques (Guimarães),[49] and Estádio do Bessa (Porto). Published on Wed 23 Jun 2004 17.27 EDT Denmark 2 Tomasson 28 66 Sweden 2 Larsson 47pen, Jonson 89 Thomas Sorensen would do well not to visit Italy for a while. The Czech Republic looked likely candidates to face the hosts in the final. They were favourites to take the trophy, having won all four of their games. Italy competed at the contest frequently until 1997.After a 14-year absence, the country returned to the contest in 2011.Italy has won the contest twice. Results from the final tournaments, play-off matches and friendly games were all ignored. Spain named their initial 23-man squad on 20 May 2004. Italy football soccer. Euro 2004 marks the second time in six European Championship participations Italy have failed to negotiate the group phase. [31], Portugal and the Netherlands faced each other in the first semi-final. Italy and Bulgaria failed to advance. Latvia. "Reyes left out of Spain squad for Euro 2004", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=UEFA_Euro_2004_squads&oldid=990499981, Articles with unsourced statements from May 2014, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 24 November 2020, at 20:49. [9] Nuno Gomes scored the winning goal against Spain,[10] which ensured Portugal finished top of Group A. Greece advanced to the quarter-finals as runners-up, ahead of Spain on goals scored. 04:34 21/05/2016 Live EURO 2004 quarter-final highlights: Portugal v England. Euro 2004 results have all the match information - Euro 2004 scores, results and tables. Overall, CHF200 million was awarded to the 16 teams, a boost from the CHF120 million in the previous event. Sweden won the group and advanced to the quarter-finals, along with Denmark. [63][64], If two or more teams were equal on points on completion of the group matches, the following tie-breaking criteria were applied:[65][66]. [19][20] The Italians accused Sweden and Denmark of fixing their match,[21] as both sides knew that a 2–2 result would advance them both over Italy, but UEFA dismissed the complaint. Fair play conduct of the team in the final tournament; This page was last edited on 20 December 2020, at 16:28. The draw resulted in the following groups: The final tournament was played in ten venues located in eight different cities. [11], France, the holders, scored twice in stoppage time to go from 1–0 down to beat England 2–1. The 2004 UEFA European Football Championship, commonly referred to as UEFA Euro 2004 or simply Euro 2004, was the 12th edition of the UEFA European Championship, a quadrennial football competition contested by the men's national teams of UEFA member associations. An initial list of 25 bases approved by the Portuguese Football Federation, following a selection process started in November 2001, was announced by the organisation on 5 February 2003.[59]. Estádio D. Afonso Henriques, Guimarães Attendance: 29,595 Referee: Manuel Mejuto González (Spain) The Czechs had several chances, including a shot from Tomáš Rosický that struck the bar. Defending champions France (coefficient 3.000; rank 1st) were automatically assigned to Pot 1. Qualification matches took place from September 2002 to November 2003. During the opening ceremony, one of the tableaux depicted a ship – symbolising the voyages of the Portuguese explorers – sailing through a sea that transformed into the flags of all competing countries. They defeated Latvia 2–1,[23] the Netherlands 3–2,[24] and Germany 2–1. As in 1996 and 2000, the final tournament was contested by 16 teams – the hosts plus the 15 teams that came through the qualifying tournament, which began in September 2002. [2] Real Madrid right-back Michel Salgado was originally named in the squad but suffered a torn thigh muscle and was replaced by Deportivo La Coruña full-back Joan Capdevila. Goalkeeper Stipe Pletikosa sustained a thigh injury a few days before the beginning of the tournament,[4] and so was withdrawn from the squad, with Vladimir Vasilj taking his place.[5]. The knockout stage was a single-elimination tournament involving the eight teams that advanced from the group stage. Tied on head-to-head result (Greece 1–1 Spain) and overall goal difference (0). [58] Ticket distribution began in May, after sales were officially closed. [102], UEFA distinguishes between global sponsors and national sponsors. Portugal recovered from an opening defeat against Greece to reach the final, eliminating England and the Netherlands along the way. "History of the Euros: European Championships 2004", "Charisteas the hero as Greece defy the odds", "The Joy of Six: memorable sporting moments of the decade", "Nancy removed from list of Euro 2016 venues", "УЕФА заменил российского судью на белорусского на Евро-04", "В Португалии не будет судейской бригады из России", "Regulations of the UEFA European Football Championship 2002/2004", "UEFA announces total income for Euro 2004", "Adidas presents Roteiro as the official match vall of UEFA Euro 2004", "Football Year 2004 – The most successful for Adidas", "New Euro 2004 ball under fire from players", "UEFA Appoints Warner Bros. 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In extreme cases of ill-discipline, UEFA could choose to have a disciplinary panel examine the incident in order to determine whether or not further suspension would be required. ... June 18, 2004 Italy vs. Sweden. Portugal's constant attacking pressure from then on resulted in Hélder Postiga's 83rd-minute equaliser. The UEFA Technical Team was charged with naming a squad composed of the 23 best players over the course of the tournament. Euro 2004: The best and the worst.... Best definition of the Portuguese. [6] Midfielder Ludovic Giuly tore a groin muscle during the 2004 UEFA Champions League Final on 26 May,[7] and was replaced by striker Sidney Govou three days later. [53], Each team was provided a base camp for residence and daily training between tournament matches. [56] After the draw for the group stage on 30 November, a third phase of public sales began on 9 December, which included a second batch of tickets (39%) that could be bought until March 2004 through the national associations of the finalist teams. This was the first European Championship where matches took place in more than eight venues since the tournament was expanded to sixteen teams in 1996. Each national team had to submit a squad of 23 players, three of whom must be goalkeepers, at least ten days before the opening match of the tournament. The draw for the qualifying round was held on 25 January 2002 at the Europarque Congress Centre, in Santa Maria da Feira, Portugal. 0:23. There were three rounds of matches, with each round eliminating half of the teams entering that round, culminating in the final to decide the champions. This is very much how we envisage the UEFA Euro 2004 event to be". [5] In the closing ceremony, Portuguese-Canadian singer Nelly Furtado performed her single and official tournament theme song, "Força". The 2004 UEFA European Football Championship (or just Euro 2004) was the twelfth tournament of the UEFA European Football Championship, a football tournament held all four years for European nations. Eight years ago Sweden and Denmark drew 2-2 at Euro 2004 to eliminate Italy from the tournament. General fatigue, increased risk of injury and big clubs reluctant to release key players for national training are some of the problems Italy could have faced. [100], To celebrate Portugal's hosting of the Euro 2004 finals, commemorative coin and stamp collections were issued by the Imprensa Nacional-Casa da Moeda, the Portuguese national mint and printing house,[101] and CTT, the national postal service. The tour began on 8 April 2004 at the Praça do Comércio in Lisbon, where the launching ceremony took place with the presence of Portuguese football legend and tournament ambassador Eusébio. The sides exchanged goals in extra-time, sending the match to a penalty shoot-out. It began on 14 June and was completed on 22 June. England midfielder David Beckham, who was asked by Adidas to test it, was pleased with Roteiro's performance, particularly in free-kicks. [88][89], The official match ball was presented during the final draw ceremony on 30 November 2003 in Lisbon. [9] Stéphane Grichting and Rémo Meyer were both cut from the final squad, while Marco Streller broke his left tibia and fibula and Léonard Thurre tore a calf muscle in training;[10][11] they were replaced in the final 23-man squad by 18-year-old PSV Eindhoven forward Johan Vonlanthen. If a player became injured or ill severely enough to prevent his participation in the tournament before his team's first match, he would be replaced by another player. en. [26] The Netherlands claimed a quarter-final berth as runners-up. [122][123], This article is about the sporting event. Standings and results for Group 9 of the UEFA Euro 2004 qualifying tournament. The 16 teams that qualified for the competition were required to submit a final 23-man squad by 2 June 2004,[1] although injured squad members could be replaced at any time up to 24 hours before their team's first match. Euro 2004 marked the introduction of the penalty shoot-out as a tiebreaker between two teams in the group stage, although no match required the use of this procedure. The Netherlands named their squad on 19 May 2004. The first-placed teams from each group qualified automatically to the final tournament, whereas the ten runners-up took part in a two-legged play-off to select the remaining five teams that would join the host nation in the final tournament.[36][37]. BigDaddyAEL1964. All matches between the three sides had ended in draws and all three had beaten Bulgaria. Global Euro sponsors can come from any country and have together exclusive worldwide sponsorship rights for a UEFA European Football Championship. [1][2] A total of thirty-one matches were played in ten venues across eight cities – Aveiro, Braga, Coimbra, Guimarães, Faro/Loulé, Leiria, Lisbon, and Porto. The group consisted of Italy, Denmark, Sweden and Bulgaria. As with every tournament since UEFA Euro 1984, there was no third place play-off. Group winners were Italy, who finished four points clear of second-placed team Wales who qualified for the play-offs. HELP: Euro 2004 results page belongs to the Football/Europe section of FlashScore.co.uk. Greece won the match 1–0 and were crowned European champions,[34] a title that they were given a 150–1 chance of winning before the tournament. Other tasks included setting up and managing marketing plans, product distribution and prices, and prevent illegal use of trademarks and product sales. Just before the hour mark, Greece earned a corner kick from which Angelos Charisteas scored. [68] If the scores were still level after the initial 15 minutes of extra time, play would continue for a further 15 minutes. The game remained goalless until the dying moments of the first half of extra time, when Traianos Dellas headed home the winner, the first and only silver goal in a European Championship.[33]. [38] The coefficient was calculated by dividing the number of all points scored (three points for a win, one for a draw) by the number of all matches played. [15], Group C featured a three-way tie between Sweden, Denmark and Italy. On Monday night, 18 June 2012, Gli Azzurri could be about to … [40] As host country, Portugal were automatically placed in position A1. A total of 1.2 million tickets were available for the 31 matches of the final tournament,[52] of which 77% were to be sold to the general public, and the remainder reserved for sponsors and partners (13%), media (5%), and corporate hospitality (5%). [citation needed] Caps include those for USSR, CIS, and Russia. The football – displaying typical Portuguese folk artistic motifs on its panels – and the heart – shaped in the traditional style of the filigree art – conveyed the football passion of the host country. [38][39], The pot allocations were based on the UEFA national team coefficient which measured performance of teams in the 2002 FIFA World Cup qualifying and UEFA Euro 2004 qualifying. experience it! Certainly if this season had been anything like the last, the Azzurri could have been heading towards burn-out before Euro 2004 even began. For the video game based on this event, see. [61] The switch was made after Krasyuk incorrectly disallowed a second goal from Paul Scholes for offside in the Champions League round of 16 second leg between Manchester United and Porto. A stoppage-time goal by Cristiano Ronaldo proved no more than a consolation. [99] Over 2,000 merchandise items were developed by the 28 licencees chosen by WBCP, and were distributed not only within Portugal but also in major European and Asian markets. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Euro 2004 - The Official Review (DVD, 2004) at the best online prices at eBay! Football Home; Premier League; Transfers; Transfer news LIVE Zinedine Zidane scored both goals; the second from the penalty spot. [90] Roteiro was also used at the 2004 AFC Asian Cup,[92] and during the mid-season of the 2004–05 German Bundesliga. Italy … [12] England's other two games were memorable for the performances of their young star Wayne Rooney. Netherlands. In the dying minutes, Owen hit the Portuguese crossbar and Sol Campbell headed in the rebound, but the goal was ruled out by referee Urs Meier for a foul on the Portuguese goalkeeper Ricardo. Italy has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 45 times since making its debut at the first contest in 1956.It was one of the seven countries that competed at the first contest. [18] VfL Bochum winger Paul Freier was also ruled out on 29 May after damaging knee ligaments in a warm-up friendly against Malta on 27 May;[19] his withdrawal allowed both early contenders for the 23rd place in the squad, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Lukas Podolski, to be selected. Sweden and the Netherlands played out an exciting but goalless encounter, even after a dramatic period of extra-time in which Freddie Ljungberg hit the inside of the Dutch goalpost.