Euro 2008

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 7th June 2008

Group A: Switzerland 0-1 Czech Republic (Basel)

Group A: Portugal 2-0 Turkey (Geneva)

Sunday 8th June 2008

Group B: Austria 0-1 Croatia (Vienna)

Group B: Germany 2-0 Poland (Klagenfurt)

Monday 9th June 2008

Group C: Romania 0-0 France (Zurich)

Group C: Netherlands 3-0 Italy (Bern)

Tuesday 10th June 2008

Group D: Spain 4-1 Russia (Innsbruck)

Group D: Greece 0-2 Sweden (Salzburg)

Wednesday 11th June 2008

Group A: Czech Republic 1-3 Portugal (Geneva)

Group A: Switzerland 1-2 Turkey (Basel)

Thursday 12th June 2008

Group B: Croatia 2-1 Germany (Klagenfurt)

Group B: Austria 1-1 Poland (Vienna)

Friday 13th June 2008

Group C: Italy 1-1 Romania (Zurich)

Group C: Netherlands 4-1 France (Bern)

Saturday 14th June 2008

Group D: Sweden 1-2 Spain (Innsbruck)

Group D: Greece 0-1 Russia (Salzburg)

Sunday 15th June 2008

Group A: Switzerland 2-0 Portugal (Basel)

Group A: Turkey 3-2 Czech Republic (Geneva)

Monday 16th June 2008

Group B: Poland 0-1 Croatia (Klagenfurt)

Group B: Austria 0-1 Germany (Vienna)

Tuesday 17th June 2008

Group C: Netherlands 2-0 Romania (Bern)

Group C: France 0-2 Italy (Zurich)

Wednesday 18th June 2008

Group D: Greece 1-2 Spain (Salzburg)

Group D: Russia 2-0 Sweden (Innsbruck)

Final Standings: Group A: 1 Portugal (Q), 2 Turkey (Q), 3 Czech Republic, 4 Switzerland. Group B: 1 Croatia (Q), 2 Germany (Q), 3 Austria, 4 Poland. Group C: 1 Netherlands (Q), 2 Italy (Q), 3 Romania, 4 France. Group D: 1 Spain (Q), 2 Russia (Q), 3 Sweden, 4 Greece.

Thursday 19th June 2008

Quarter Finals: Portugal 2-3 Germany (Basel)

Friday 20th June 2008

Quarter Finals: Croatia 1-1 Turkey (Vienna) 3-1 on pens aet

Saturday 21st June 2008

Quarter Finals: Netherlands 1-3 Russia (Basel) aet

Sunday 22nd June 2008

Quarter Finals: Spain 0-0 Italy (Vienna) 4-2 on pens aet

Wednesday 25th June 2008

Semi Finals: Germany 3-2 Turkey (Basel)

Thursday 26th June 2008

Semi Finals: Russia 0-3 Spain (Vienna)

Sunday 29th June 2008

Final: Spain 1-0 Germany

Spain 4-1-4-1 Iker Casillas (c) – Sergio Ramos, Carlos Marchena, Carles Puyol, Joan Capdevila – Marco Senna – Andres Iniesta, Xavi, Cesc Fabregas (Xabi Alonso 63), David Silva (Santi Cazorla 66) – Fernando Torres (Dani Guiza 78). Coach: Luis Aragones.

Germany 4-1-2-1-2 Jens Lehmann – Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christophe Metzelder, Philipp Lam (Marcell Jansen 46) – Torsten Frings – Thomas Hitzlsperger (Kevin Kuranyi 58), Bastian Schweinsteiger – Michael Ballack (c) – Lukas Podolski, Miroslav Klose (Mario Gomez 79). Coach: Joachim Low.

Goal: 1-0 Torres (Spain) 33

Referee: Roberto Rosetti (Italy)

Attendance: 51,428

Venue: Ernst-Happel Stadion (Vienna)

Host Countries: Austria & Switzerland

Stadiums Used: Ernst-Happel Stadion (Vienna), Letzigrund (Zurich), Tivoli-Neu (Innsbruck), Stade de Geneve (Geneva), Stade de Suisse (Bern), Stadion Wals-Siezenheim (Salzburg), St. Jakob-Park (Basel), Worthersee Stadion (Klagenfurt)

Top Goalscorer: David Villa (Spain) 4

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