Euro 2004

Format: 16 teams in four groups of four with the top two teams from each reaching the Quarter Finals before the Semi Finals and Final.

Saturday 12th June 2004

Group A: Portugal 1-2 Greece (Porto)

Group A: Spain 1-0 Russia (Faro)

Sunday 13th June 2004

Group B: Switzerland 0-0 Croatia (Leiria)

Group B: France 2-1 England (Lisbon)

Monday 14th June 2004

Group C: Denmark 0-0 Italy (Guimaraes)

Group C: Sweden 5-0 Bulgaria (Lisbon)

Tuesday 15th June 2004

Group D: Czech Republic 2-1 Latvia (Aveiro)

Group D: Germany 1-1 Netherlands (Porto)

Wednesday 16th June 2004

Group A: Greece 1-1 Spain (Porto)

Group A: Russia 0-2 Portugal (Lisbon)

Thursday 17th June 2004

Group B: England 3-0 Switzerland (Coimbra)

Group B: Croatia 2-2 France (Leiria)

Friday 18th June 2004

Group C: Bulgaria 0-2 Denmark (Braga)

Group C: Italy 1-1 Sweden (Porto)

Saturday 19th June 2004

Group D: Latvia 0-0 Germany (Porto)

Group D: Netherlands 2-3 Czech Republic (Aveiro)

Sunday 20th June 200

Group A: Spain 0-1 Portugal (Lisbon)

Group A: Russia 2-1 Greece (Faro)

Monday 21st June 2004

Group B: Croatia 2-4 England (Lisbon)

Group B: Switzerland 1-3 France (Coimbra)

Tuesday 22nd June 2004

Group C: Italy 2-1 Bulgaria (Guimaraes)

Group C: Denmark 2-2 Sweden (Porto)

Wednesday 23rd June 2004

Group D: Netherlands 3-0 Latvia (Braga)

Group D: Germany 1-2 Czech Republic (Lisbon)

Final Standings: Group A: 1 Portugal (Q), 2 Greece (Q), 3 Spain, 4 Russia. Group B: 1 France (Q), 2 England (Q), 3 Croatia, 4 Switzerland. Group C: 1 Sweden (Q), 2 Denmark (Q), 3 Italy, 4 Bulgaria. Group D: 1 Czech Republic (Q), 2 Netherlands (Q), 3 Germany, 4 Latvia.

Thursday 24th June 2004

Quarter Finals: Portugal 2-2 England (Lisbon) 6-5 on pens aet

Friday 25th June 2004

Quarter Finals: France 0-1 Greece (Lisbon)

Saturday 26th June 2004

Quarter Finals: Sweden 0-0 Netherlands (Faro) 4-5 on pens aet

Sunday 27th June 2004

Quarter Finals: Czech Republic 3-0 Denmark (Porto)

Wednesday 30th June 2004

Semi Finals: Portugal 2-1 Netherlands (Lisbon)

Thursday 1st July 2004

Semi Finals: Greece 1-0 Czech Republic (Porto) aet

Sunday 4th July 2004

Final: Greece 1-0 Portugal (Lisbon)

Greece 4-1-4-1 Antonios Nikopolidis – Giourkas Seitaridis, Michalis Kapsis, Traianos Dellas, Takis Fyssas – Kostas Katsouranis – Angelos Charisteas, Theo Zagorakis (c), Angelos Basinas, Stelios Giannakopoulos (Stylianos Venetidis 76) – Zisis Vryzas (Dimitris Papadopoulos 81). Coach: Otto Rehhagel.

Portugal 4-2-3-1 Ricardo – Miguel (Paulo Ferreira 43), Jorge Andrade, Ricardo Carvalho, Nuno Valente – Maniche, Costinha (Rui Costa 60) – Cristiano Ronaldo, Deco, Luis Figo (c) – Pauleta (Nuno Gomes 74). Coach: Luiz Felipe Scolari.

Goal: 1-0 Charisteas (Greece) 57

Referee: Markus Merk (Germany)

Attendance: 62,865

Venue: Estadio da Luz (Lisbon)

Host Country: Portugal

Stadiums Used: Estadio Algarve (Faro), Estadio Cidade de Coimbra (Coimbra), Estadio D. Afonso Henriques (Guimaraes), Estadio da Luz (Lisbon), Estadio do Bessa (Porto), Estadio do Dragao (Porto), Estadio Dr. Magalhaes Pessoa (Leiria), Estadio Jose Alvalade (Lisbon), Estadio Municipal de Aveiro (Aveiro), Estadio Municipal de Braga (Braga)

Top Goalscorer: Milan Baros (Czech Republic) 5

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