1974 UEFA European Under-23 Championship

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1974 UEFA European Under-23 Championship 

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Group 3

03.10.1972 Norway 1-3 Netherlands
Goals: Svein Kåre Hammerø 83 / Gerdo Hazelhekke 17, Karel Bonsink 83, Andries Visser 90    
Norway: Erik Hjorth Johannessen, Øystein Wormdal, Arne Haslie, Jan Birkelund, Reidar-Magne Vikebakk, Anders Farstad (Øivind Hansen), Inge Magne Valen, Gunvall Slatlem, Svein Kåre Hammerø, Åge Jakobsen, Tom Jacobsen
Netherlands: Leendert (Leen) Barth, Wilhelmus (Wim) Gerardus Rijsbergen, Adriaan (Aad) Mansveld, Kees Krijgh, Andries Visser, Aad Kila, Arnoldus Johannes Hyacinthus (Arnold) Mühren, Jaap Bos, Gerdo Hazelhekke (Karel Bonsink), Willy Brokamp, Lambertus (Bert) van Marwijk
Sarpsborg. 1200 spectators. ARB.: Rolf Arnshed (Sweden).
 
30.10.1973 Netherlands 1-0 Norway
Goal: Frans Thijssen 20       
Netherlands: Leendert (Leen) Barth, Aad Kila, Jos Lacroix, Adrianus ("Adrie") Ambrosius Cornelis van Kraaij, Cornelius Claudius Henricus (Kees) van Ierssel, Franciscus (Frans) Johannes Thijssen, Johannes Gerardus (Joop) Wildbret, René Notten, Cornelis (Kees) Kist, Henricus Carolus Gerardus (Harry) Lubse, Gerard van den Lem (Jaap Bos)
Norway: Erik Hjorth Johannessen, Trond Pedersen, Kjetil Bækkelund, Tore Eugen Kordahl,  Bjarne Undheim, Inge Magne Valen, Frank Tømmervåg, Rune Ottesen (Svein Erling Mathisen), Stein Borgar Thunberg, Trygve Johannessen (Eivind Garberg), Helge Peter Skuseth
Eindhoven. PSV-Stadion. 4000 spectators. ARB.: Edgar Pedersen (Denmark).

Group 6

02.05.1973 Portugal 0-0 Bulgaria
Portugal: José António Mendonça Ferreira “CONHÉ”, VÍTOR Manuel Pinho ESMORIZ, JOÃO Gonçalves LARANJEIRA, ANTÓNIO Monteiro Teixeira de BARROS, Minervino José Lopes PIETRA (RODOLFO dos Reis Ferreira 46), VÍTOR Manuel Rosa MARTINS, Augusto MATINE, “CHICO” Francisco Delfim Dias FARIA, RUI Manuel Trindade JORDÃO, António José Lino VALA, MANUEL José Tavares FERNANDES (VÍTOR MANUEL Soares Fernandes 86 or 80)
Bulgaria: 
Stefan Staykov Стефан Стайков, 
Tsonyo Vasilev Цоньо Василев, 
Georgi Todorov Георги Тодоров, 
Veselin Evgeniev Веселин Евгениев, 
Yordan Stoykov Йордан Стойков, 
Zheko Zhelev Жеко Желев, 
Voynov Войнов (Ivan Pritargov Иван Притъргов 80), 
Atanas Aleksandrov Атанас Александров (Zhelyazkov Желязков 70), 
Dimitrov Димитров, 
Plamen Yankov Пламен Янков, 
Trayko Sokolov Трайко Соколов
Porto. Estádio Das Antas. 10000 spectators. ARB.: Angel Franco Martinez (Spain).
 
13.10.1973 Bulgaria 2-1 Portugal
Goals: Simov 43, Pavel Panov 58 / ARNALDO José da Silva 17
Bulgaria: 
Krasimir Zafirov Красимир Зафиров, 
Ivo Bratanov Иво Братанов, 
Ivan Tishanski Иван Тишански, 
Ivan Chakarov Иван Чакъров, 
Yordan Stoykov Йордан Стойков, 
Pavlov Павлов, 
Trayko Sokolov Трайко Соколов, 
Ivan Pritargov Иван Притъргов (Todor Barzov Тодор Барзов 46), 
Hristov Христов (Todor Marev Тодор Марев 80), 
Pavel Panov Павел Панов, 
Simov Симов  
Portugal: António José de Oliveira Meireles “TIBI”, JOÃO Gonçalves LARANJEIRA, Minervino José Lopes PIETRA, AMÂNDIO Ramiro Barreiras, VÍTOR Manuel Pinho ESMORIZ, MANUEL José Ferreira da Silva BARBOSA, Samuel Ferreira FRAGUITO (António José Lino VALA 84 or 75), NÉLSON FERNANDES, ARNALDO José da Silva, MANUEL José Tavares FERNANDES, “CHICO” Francisco Delfim Dias FARIA (JÚLIO CARLOS da Costa Augusto 55)
Pleven. Stadium Slavi Alexiev. 18000 spectators. ARB.: Luciano Giunti, Giulio Ciacci, Carlo Cantelli (Italy).

Group 2

14.01.1973 Turkey 1-3 Italy
Goals: TİMUÇİN ÇUĞ 76 / Paolino Pulici 23, Valerio Spadoni 60, Renzo Garlaschelli 88
Turkey:
MUSTAFA GÜNGÖREN ( ALTINORDU ) 
ABDURRAHMAN TEMEL ( ESKİŞEHİRSPOR ) (ALI 88 or 87)
ERMAN TOROĞLU ( MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ )
NİKO KOVİ ( VEFASPOR )
MÜJDAT YALMAN ( MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ )
TİMUÇİN ÇUĞ ( FENERBAHÇE )
MİTHAT MIHÇI ( ALTAY )
ERSOY SANDALCI ( FENERBAHÇE )
REŞİT KAYNAK ( ADANASPOR ) (FATİH TERİM ( ADANASPOR ) 70 or 69)
MUSTAFA TÜRER ( ALTINORDU ) 
ÇETİN ERDOĞAN ( BOLUSPOR )
Italy: Ivano Bordon, Marino Lombardo, Roberto Mozzini, Piergiorgio Negrisolo, Giovanni Vavassori, Antonello Cuccureddu (Franco Bergamaschi 46 or 55), Renzo Garlaschelli, Luciano Re Cecconi, Paolino Pulici, Franco Cordova, Valerio Spadoni
Ankara. ARB.: Popov (Yugoslavia)     
 
14.02.1973 Italy 1-0 Turkey
Goal: Valerio Spadoni 41
Italy: Ivano Bordon, Marino Lombardo, Gabriele Oriali, Piergiorgio Negrisolo, Giovanni Vavassori, Antonello Cuccureddu, Renzo Garlaschelli, Luciano Re Cecconi, Silvano Villa (Raffaello Vernacchia 46), Franco Cordova, Valerio Spadoni      
Turkey:
MUSTAFA GÜNGÖREN ( ALTINORDU )
EKREM GÜNALP ( GALATASARAY )
TİMUÇİN ÇUĞ ( FENERBAHÇE )
TUNCAY TEMELLER ( GALATASARAY )
MÜJDAT YALMAN ( MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ )
ERMAN TOROĞLU ( MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ )
ERSOY SANDALCI ( FENERBAHÇE ) (FATİH TERİM ( ADANA DEMİRSPOR ) 57 or 55)
AYFER ELMASTAŞOĞLU ( ALTAY )
ŞEVKİ ŞENLEN ( ESKİŞEHİRSPOR )
REŞİT KAYNAK ( ADANASPOR )
ALİ ÇAĞLAR ( GÖZTEPE ) (GÜVENÇ KURTAL ( BURSASPOR ) 86 or 85)
Palermo. 18000 spectators. ARB.:  Anthony Briguglio (Malta). 
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Group 4
1. EAST GERMANY  4  3 0 1 10- 3  6
2. Romania              4  1 1 2  5- 6  3
3. Albania                4  1 1 2  3- 9  3
 
28.10.1972 Albania 1-1 Romania
Goals: Constantin Traian Ştefan own goal 88 / Adalbert (Bela) Rozsnyai 24
Albania: Tafaj, L.Curi, Bajram Hushi, Millan Vaso, Uran Xhafa, Sefedin Braho, Xhambazi (Bulku 70), Dacipi, Gjeci, Gugu, Spiro Guli
Romania: Constantin Traian Ştefan, Cornel Jurcă, Marius Ciugarin, Ştefan Sameş (Alexandru Grigoras 65), Marin Stelian, Aurel Beldeanu, Nicolae Tănăsescu, Adalbert (Bela) Rozsnyai, Ladislau (László) Bölöni, Vasile Alenei, Radu Troi
Tirana. 15000 spectators. ARB.: Lajos Somlay (Hungary).
 
08.04.1973 Albania 1-0 East Germany
Goal: Ismet Hoxha 65
Albania: Koco Dinella, Gjoni, L.Curi, Naim Allaj, Bajram Hushi, Ismet Hoxha, Vasillaq Zëri (Kapidani 74), Millan Vaso, Sefedin Braho, Dhori Kalluci, Besim Fagu (Xhambazi 63)
East Germany: Dieter Schneider, Rüdiger Schnuphase, Günter Sekora, Detlef Enge, Klaus Decker, Joachim Fritsche, Joachim Müller (Frank Terletzki 63), Axel Tyll, Ralf Schulenburg (Wolf-Rüdiger Netz 80), Siegmund Mewes, Hans Richter
Tirana. Quemal-Stafa Stadium. 20000 or 25000 spectators. ARB.: Adolf Mathias (Austria).
 
06.05.1973 Romania 2-1 Albania
Goals: Dumitru 4, Alexandru Moldovan 57 penalty / Dhori Kalluci 60
Romania: Iosif Cavai, Alexandru Sătmăreanu, Teodor Anghelini, Dumitru, Gabriel Sandu, Ion Mateescu, Alexandru Moldovan, Eduard Lucaci (Stelian Anghel 68), Gheorghe Mulţescu, Dudu Georgescu, Romulus Petrescu (Viorel Visan 74)
Albania: Ahmet Ahmedani, Gjoni, Naim Allaj, L.Curi, Bajram Hushi, Ismet Hoxha, Vasillaq Zëri, Millan Vaso, Bulku, Hafizi, Dhori Kalluci
Bucharest. 6000 spectators. ARB.: Nikolaos Zlatanos (Greece).
 
26.05.1973 Romania 1-2 East Germany
Goals: Alexandru Sătmăreanu 17 / Rainer Sachse 36, Axel Tyll 83
Romania: Iosif Cavai, Alexandru Sătmăreanu, Teodor Anghelini, Dumitru, Gabriel Sandu, Ion Mateescu, Alexandru Moldovan (Viorel Visan 84), Marian Popescu, Gheorghe Mulţescu, Dudu Georgescu (Adalbert (Bela) Rozsnyai 67), Romulus Petrescu
East Germany: Claus Boden, Rüdiger Schnuphase, Günter Sekora, Detlef Enge (Klaus Decker 46), Gerhard Hoppe, Reinhard Häfner, Frank Terletzki, Axel Tyll, Rainer Sachse, Joachim Müller (Siegmund Mewes 82), Ralf Schulenberg  
Pitesti. Stadion 1 Mai. 6000 spectators.ARB.: Ibrahim Firla (Turkey).
 
25.09.1973 East Germany 2-1 Romania
Goals: Frank Terletzki penalty 51, Axel Tyll 84 / Viorel Năstase 72
East Germany: Claus Boden, Erich Hamann, Günter Sekora, Rüdiger Schnuphase, Albert Krebs (Hans-Joachim Wandke 84), Reinhard Häfner, Jürgen Pommerenke (Lutz Moldt 70), Frank Terletzki, Axel Tyll, Joachim Müller, Martin Hoffmann 
Romania: Iosif Cavai, Florin Marin, Teodor Anghelini, Viorel Smărandache, Nicolae Tănăsescu, Decu Cringasu, Marian Stelian (Marcel Răducanu 60), Alexandru Gergely, Ion Atodiresei, Dudu Georgescu, Viorel Năstase
Halle. Kurt-Wabbel-Stadion. 5000 spectators. ARB.: Miroslav Kopal (Czechoslovakia).
 
03.11.1973 East Germany 6-0 Albania
Goals: 1:0 Axel Tyll (38), 2:0 Jürgen Bähringer (48), 3:0 Jürgen Pommerenke (51), 4:0 Joachim Müller (59), 5:0 Joachim Müller (71), 6:0 Jürgen Pommerenke (73)
East Germany: Claus Boden, Albert Krebs, Günter Sekora, Rüdiger Schnuphase, Klaus Decker, Reinhard Häfner (Frank Terletzki 75), Jürgen Pommerenke, Axel Tyll, Jürgen Bähringer, Joachim Müller, Martin Hoffmann   
Albania: Ahmet Ahmedani (Ajazi 58), Gjoni (Hafizi 46), Basha, Fatmir Frasheri, Bajram Hushi, Duraj, Vasillaq Zëri, Dalipi, Xhambazi, Hysi, Besim Fagu 
Potsdam. Ernst-Thälmann-Stadion. 5000 spectators. ARB.: Matti Laaksonen (Finland). Red card: Basha 62
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Group 1
1. CZECHOSLOVAKIA         4  3 0 1  9- 3  6
2. Sweden                            4  2 1 1  6- 5  5
3. Austria                              4  0 1 3  1- 8  1
 
09.06.1972 Austria 1-1 Sweden 
Goals: Anton Auer 89 / Roland Sandberg 71
Austria: Herbert Höller, Gerhard Filzmoser, Anton Auer, Josef Wetscher,  Huberts, Manfred Gombasch, Werner Maier, Othmar Bajlicz, Peter Kastner, Johann (Hans) Krankl (Anton Wustinger 59), Alfred Riedl
Sweden: Björn Alkeby, Roland Andersson, Leif Målberg, Roy Andersson, Christer Jacobsson, Bo Augustsson, Gert Hellberg, Benno Magnusson, Roland Sandberg, Ralf Edström, Benny Wendt
Wiener Neustadt. ARB.: György Müncz (Hungary). 
 
15.10.1972 Austria 0-1 Czechoslovakia
Goal: Jaroslav Masrna 11 or 9
Austria: Erwin Fuchsbichler, Helmut Weigl, Anton Auer, Werner Maier, Manfred Steiner, Karl Daxbacher, Robert Fendler, Herbert Prohaska (Manfred Gombasch 70), Günther Rinker, Johann (Hans) Krankl, Anton Wustinger 
Czechoslovakia: Dušan Kéketi, Miroslav Sopko, Ladislav Jurkemik, Ladislav Štovčík, Václav Samek, Ivan Pekárik (Ján Švehlík 72), Jaroslav Melichar, Přemysl Bičovský, Miroslav Gajdůšek, Jaroslav Masrna, Milan Albrecht
Wien. Stadion Prater. ARB.: Joseph Minnoy (Belgium).
 
28.03.1973 Czechoslovakia 4-0 Austria
Goals: Miroslav Sopko 21, Petr Slaný 24, Petr Slaný 35, Jaroslav Melichar 81 
Czechoslovakia: Vladimír Szabó, Miroslav Sopko, Ladislav Jurkemik, Karel Dvořák, Ladislav Štovčík (Peter Luprich 65), Mikuláš Komanický, Jaroslav Melichar, Štafura, Petr Slaný, Ján Švehlík, Dušan Herda (Zdeněk Nehoda)
Austria: Erwin Fuchsbichler, Karl Kiesenebner, Werner Maier, Günther Happich (Heinz Zamut 7), Gerhard Filzmoser, Herbert Onger, Manfred Gombasch, Anton Wustinger, Robert Fendler, Alfred Hala, Johann (Hans) Krankl
Brno. 4000 spectators. ARB.: Heinz Aldinger (West Germany). 
 
02.05.1973 Sweden 0-3 Czechoslovakia
Goals: Ján Švehlík 7 or Kent Karlsson own goal 7, Zdeněk Nehoda 21, Zdeněk Nehoda 45
Sweden: Kjell Uppling, Björn Andersson, Kent Karlsson, Per-Olof Bild, Roy Andersson, Anders Linderoth (Per-Olof Eek 58), Conny Torstensson, Benno Magnusson, Pär-Olof Olsson (Thomas Ahlström 71), Conny Andersson, Jan Mattsson 
Czechoslovakia: Vladimír Szabó, Miroslav Sopko, Ladislav Jurkemik, Karel Dvořák, Ladislav Štovčík, Mikuláš Komanický, Jaroslav Melichar, František Horváth, Petr Slaný (Tomáš Stránský), Ján Švehlík, Zdeněk Nehoda
Eskilstuna. ARB.: Charles George Reinier Corver (Netherlands). 
 
24.05.1973 Sweden 2-0 Austria
Goals: Thomas Ahlström, Pär-Olof Olsson
Sweden: Kjell Uppling, Per-Olof Eek, Roy Andersson, Tommy Berggren, Per-Olof Bild, Leif Andersson, Staffan Tapper, Eine Fredriksson, Pär-Olof Olsson  (Bernt Karlsson 69 or 68), Thomas Ahlström, Jan Mattsson 
Austria: Erwin Fuchsbichler, Gerhard Filzmoser, Erich Obermayer, Günther Happich, Werner Maier, Werner Walzer, Alfred Hala, Robert Fendler, Johann (Hans) Krankl, Manfred Gombasch, Josef Larionows 
Landskrona. ARB.: Rauno Nieminen (Finland). 
 
10.06.1973 Czechoslovakia 1-3 Sweden
Goals: Jaroslav Melichar 81 / Jan Mattsson 55, Thomas Ahlström 58, Eine Fredriksson 90
Czechoslovakia: Vladimír Szabó, Miroslav Sopko, Ladislav Jurkemik, Karel Dvořák, Mikuláš Komanický, Peter Luprich, Miroslav Gerhát (Oldřich Rott 72), Jaroslav Melichar, Miroslav Gajdůšek, Jozef Bubenko (Petr Slaný 48), Milan Albrecht
Sweden: Kjell Uppling, Göran Ahlström, Börje Marcus, Per-Olof Eek, Jörgen Augustsson, Leif Andersson, Anders Linderoth, Eine Fredriksson, Reine Almqvist, Thomas Ahlström  (Pär-Olof Olsson 75 or 80), Jan Mattsson  
Ostrava. ARB.: Walter Eschweiler (West Germany).
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Group 5
1. POLAND                 4  3 1 0  9- 3   7
2. West Germany        4  2 1 1  7- 3   5
3. Denmark                  4  0 0 4  1-11  0
 
14.11.1972 Denmark 0-2 Poland
Goals: Kazimierz Kmiecik 18, Karel Kot 85
Denmark: Benno Larsen, Søren Larsen, Ole Rasmussen, Arne Rastad, Helge Vonsyld, Viggo Jensen, Benny Nielsen, Klaus Nørregaard (Keld Kristensen 58), Sten Ziegler, Åge Klitte (Preben Wagner 67), Torben Mikkelsen
Poland: Piotr Mowlik, Antoni Szymanowski, Jerzy Wyrobek, Henryk Wieczorek, Edward Bielewicz, Kazimierz Kmiecik, Jerzy Adam Kraska, Jerzy Józef Kasalik (Karel Kot), Tadeusz Pawłowski, Andrzej Szarmach, Grzegorz Lato
Esbjerg. Esbjerg Idrætspark. 1100 spectators. ARB.: Johannes ("Jan") Nicolaus Ignacius Keizer (Netherlands).
 
08.05.1973 Denmark 0-2 West Germany
Goals: Winfried Schäfer 22, Ronald Worm 48   
Denmark: Benno Larsen, Flemming Ahlberg (Michael Hyldgaard 64), Karsten Jensen, Morten Olsen, Arne Rastad, Jens Steffensen (Torben Hansen 69), Benny Nielsen, Kjeld Seneca Jensen, Kisten Nygaard, Leif Printzlau, Erik Ryde     
West Germany: Gerhard Welz, Manfred Kaltz, Gerd (Gerhard) Zimmermann, Lothar Skala, Harald Konopka, Winfried Schäfer, Gerd Zewe (Dieter Bast 76), Reiner Geye, Klaus Wunder, Herbert Hein, Eberhard Haun (Ronald Worm 46)    
Randers. Randers Stadion. 4500 spectators. ARB.: Rolf Hennum Andersen (Norway).
 
07.06.1973 Poland 4-1 Denmark
Goals: Jerzy Józef Kasalik 38, Grzegorz Lato 67, Kazimierz Kmiecik 76, Witold Karaś 85 / Ole Nielsen 86
Poland: Piotr Mowlik, Stanisław Sobczyński, Edward Bielewicz, Piotr Drzewiecki, Jerzy Wyrobek, Jerzy Józef Kasalik, Andrzej Wojciech Garlej (Grzegorz Lato 46), Kazimierz Kmiecik (Tadeusz Pawłowski 85), Andrzej Drozdowski, Andrzej Szarmach, Witold Karaś
Denmark: Birger Jensen, Michael Hyldgaard, Karsten Jensen, Jens Steffensen, Arne Toft, Steen Danielsen, John Frandsen, Benny Nielsen, Aage Hansen, Lynge Jacobsen, Nils Møller Kristensen (Ole Nielsen 67)
Częstochowa. ARB.: Curth Nystrand (Sweden).
 
05.09.1973 West Germany 2-3 Poland
Goals: Harald Konopka 26 penalty, Gerhard Zimmermann 32 / Andrzej Szarmach 59, Mirosław Andrzej Bulzacki 71, Grzegorz Lato 86
West Germany: Dieter Burdenski, Heiner Baltes, Gerd (Gerhard) Zimmermann, Lothar Skala, Harald Konopka, Rainer Bonhof, Gerd Zewe, Reiner Geye, Dieter Herzog, Christian Kulik (Winfried Schäfer), Hans Walitza 
Poland: Piotr Mowlik, Edward Bielewicz (Witold Karaś), Henryk Wieczorek, Mirosław Andrzej Bulzacki, Stanisław Sobczyński, Jerzy Wyrobek, Jerzy Józef Kasalik, Andrzej Wojciech Garlej (Andrzej Drozdowski), Kazimierz Kmiecik,  Andrzej Szarmach, Grzegorz Lato
Essen. 
 
24.10.1973 West Germany 3-0 Denmark
Goals: Hans Walitza 21, Wilhelm Reimann 35, 47
West Germany: Dieter Burdenski, Gerd (Gerhard) Zimmermann, Peter Hidien, Helmut Kremers, Michael Sziedat, Hermann Bitz, Michael „Ata“ Lameck, Klaus Wunder, Wilhelm Reimann, Ronald Worm, Hans Walitza
Denmark: Karsten Simensen, Karsten Jensen (Lars Larsen 67), Arne Rastad, Jens Steffensen, Helge Vonsyld, Kjeld Seneca Jensen, Kurt Stendal, Poul Erik Andreasen (Ole Rasmussen 46), Torben Hansen, Flemming Lund, Ole Skouboe    
Bochum. Ruhr Stadion. 6500 spectators. ARB.: Jean Dubach (Switzerland).
 
21.11.1973 Poland 0-0 West Germany
Poland: Piotr Mowlik, Antoni Szymanowski, Henryk Wieczorek, Mirosław Andrzej Bulzacki, Stanisław Sobczyński, Zygmunt Garłowski, Jerzy Józef Kasalik, Lesław Ćmikiewicz, Grzegorz Lato, Andrzej Szarmach (Jan Grzegorz Białas 89), Józef Kwiatkowski (Andrzej Drozdowski 66)
West Germany: Norbert Nigbur, Dietmar Danner, Gerd (Gerhard) Zimmermann, Herbert Hein, Bernhard Cullmann, Rainer Bonhof, Christian Kulik, Reiner Geye (Gerd Schildt 76), Wilhelm Reimann, Ulrich „Uli“ Hoeneß, Heinz Flohe
Warszawa. 10000 spectators. ARB.: Nikola Mladenović (Yugoslavia).  
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LISTE DES MATCHS DE L'ÉQUIPE DE FRANCE ESPOIRS DE FOOTBALL - WIKIWAND

Group 8
1. USSR                4  3 1 0  8- 1  7
2. Finland             4  1 1 2  3- 8  3
3. France              4  1 0 3  5- 7  2
 
03.09.1972 Finland 1-3 France
Goals: Henry Bergström 56 / Jacky Vergnes 11, Serge Chiesa 43, Christian Sarramagna 68
Finland: Kari Niskala, Markku Närvä (Pauno Kymäläinen), Markku Repo, Jorma Virtanen (Raimo Sorvisto), Erkki Vihtilä, Pertti Jantunen, Erkki Lehtinen, Hannu Asikainen, Henry Bergström, Heikki Suhonen, Hannu Lehtinen
France: Jean-Paul Bertrand-Demanes, Raymond Domenech, Christian Lopez, André Burkhardt, Jacky Perignon, Jean-Noël Huck, Jean-François Jodar, Serge Chiesa, Jacky Vergnes, Francis Piasecki, Christian Sarramagna
Lahti. 686 or 695 spectators. ARB.: Svein Inge Thime, Thor Odd Hansen, Jan Erik Olsen (Norway).
 
13.10.1972 USSR 3-1 France
Goals: Givi Nodiya 34, Leonid Buryak 59 or 57, Vladimir Gutsaev 86 or 85 / Bernard Lacombe 84 or 82           
USSR: 
David Gogiya Давид Гогия,  
Yevgeniy Aleksandrov Евгений Александров,
Viktor Zvyagintsev Виктор Звягинцев,
Vladimir Buturlakin Владимир Бутурлакин,
Vladimir Golubev Владимир Голубев,
Gennadiy Antonov Геннадий Антонов (Leonid Buryak Леонид Буряк 46),
Vladimir Gutsaev Владимир Гуцаев,
Andrey Yakubik Андрей Якубик,
Givi Nodiya Гиви Нодия,
Aleksandr Makhovikov Александр Маховиков,
David Kipiani Давид Кипиани (Vladimir Dorofeev Владимир Дорофеев 67)
France: Dominique Dropsy, Raymond Domenech, Bernard Gardon, André Burkhardt, Guy Garrigues, Jean-Noël Huck, Robert Buigues, Patrick Revelli, Bernard Lacombe, Daniel Leclercq (Gilles Rampillon 64), Christian Sarramagna
Moscow. Central Stadium Dynamo. 10000 spectators. ARB.: Josef Bucek (Austria).
 
18.10.1972 USSR 4-0 Finland
Goals: Givi Nodiya 31, 82, Vladimir Gutsaev 40, Yevgeniy Aleksandrov 41
USSR:
David Gogiya Давид Гогия,       
Yevgeniy Aleksandrov Евгений Александров,      
Viktor Zvyagintsev Виктор Звягинцев,   
Vladimir Buturlakin Владимир Бутурлакин,       
Vladimir Golubev Владимир Голубев (Seilda Bayshakov Сеильда Байшаков 46),
Gennadiy Antonov Геннадий Антонов,     
Vladimir Gutsaev Владимир Гуцаев,      
Andrey Yakubik Андрей Якубик,   
Givi Nodiya Гиви Нодия,         
Aleksandr Makhovikov Александр Маховиков,      
David Kipiani Давид Кипиани (Yuriy Chesnokov Юрий Чесноков 46)
Finland: Pekka Hieta, Pauno Kymäläinen (Kari Mäenpää 50), Markku Repo, Ari Mäkynen, Erkki Vihtilä, Hannu Asikainen, Pertti Jantunen, Olavi Paavolainen (Vesa Kallio 75), Jarmo Manninen, Henry Bergström, Raimo Sorvisto  
Leningrad. Stadion imeni S.M.Kirova. 1000 spectators. ARB.: Klaus Ohmsen (West Germany).
 
25.05.1973 France 0-1 USSR
Goal: Yevgeniy Zhukov 4
France: Jean-Paul Bertrand-Demanes, Pierre Repellini, Alain Merchadier, Jean-François Jodar, François Bracci, Robert Buigues, Christian Chenu (Léon Maier 70), Patrick Revelli, Jean Gallice, Raymond Keruzoré, Christian Sarramagna (Serge Dellamore 80)
USSR:
Mikhail Vergeenko Михаил Вергеенко,    
Sergey Kuznetsov Сергей Кузнецов,   
Viktor Zvyagintsev Виктор Звягинцев,   
Vladimir Golubev Владимир Голубев,     
Yevgeniy Aleksandrov Евгений Александров,      
Aleksandr Damin Александр Дамин,       
Yevgeniy Zhukov Евгений Жуков,         
Aleksandr Makhovikov Александр Маховиков,      
Leonid Buryak Леонид Буряк (Sanasar Gevorkyan Санасар Геворкян),      
Yuriy Chesnokov Юрий Чесноков (Valeriy Andreev Валерий Андреев),
David Kipiani Давид Кипиани   
Aix-en-Provence. Stade Georges-Carcassonne. 8000 spectators. ARB.: Norbert Rolles (Luxembourg). Red cards: Yevgeniy Zhukov Евгений Жуков 43, Robert Buigues 43
 
13.06.1973 Finland 0-0 USSR
Finland: Pertti Alaia, Pauno Kymäläinen, Erkki Vihtilä, Jorma Virtanen, Raimo Saari, Olavi Paavolainen, Vesa Kallio, Aki Heiskanen, Roger Lundin, Henry Bergström, Raimo Sorvisto     
USSR:
Mikhail Vergeenko Михаил Вергеенко,
Sergey Kuznetsov Сергей Кузнецов,  
Viktor Zvyagintsev Виктор Звягинцев,
Vladimir Golubev Владимир Голубев,
Yevgeniy Aleksandrov Евгений Александров,
Farid Khisamutdinov Фарид Хисамутдинов,  
Yuriy Chesnokov Юрий Чесноков,
Aleksandr Damin Александр Дамин,
Nazar Petrosyan Назар Петросян,  
Aleksandr Makhovikov Александр Маховиков,
Eduard Arutyunyan Эдуард Арутюнян
Lappeenranta. 1400 spectators. ARB.: Włodzimierz Karolak, Adam Szura, Rikard Suwiński (Poland).
  
09.09.1973 France 1-2 Finland
Goals: Gilles Rampillon 85 / Jarmo Manninen 5, 57
France: Dominique Dropsy, Raymond Domenech, Jean-François Jodar, Alain Merchadier, Bernard Boissier, Alain Giresse (André Guesdon), Gilles Rampillon, Didier Simon (Éric Bedouet), Patrick Parizon, Jean Gallice, Pierre Lechantre
Finland: Pertti Alaia, Mikko Lampi, Erkki Vihtilä, Ari Mäkynen, Pekka Vepsäläinen (Raimo Saari), Olavi Paavolainen, Kenth Myntti, Aki Heiskanen, Jarmo Manninen, Henry Bergström, Roger Lundin (Raimo Sorvisto)
Saumur. 4782 spectators. ARB.: Francis Rion (Belgium)
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1. HUNGARY        4  3 0 1  6- 6  6
2. Yugoslavia        4  2 0 2  6- 3  4
3. Greece              4  1 0 3  4- 7  2
 
21.09.1972 Yugoslavia 4-0 Hungary            
Goals: Abid Kovačević 40, Drago Vabec 42, Ivan (Ivica) Šurjak 55, Miodrag Kustudić 65
Yugoslavia: Ornjen Petrović, Vilson Džoni, Dražen Mužinić, Drago Vabec, Mihalj Keri, Jusuf Hatunić, Ivan (Ivica) Senzen, Rifet Brdarević (Milan or Miodrag "Mile" Novković 74), Miodrag Kustudić, Franjo Vladić (Ivan (Ivica) Šurjak 46), Abid Kovačević
Hungary: Ferenc Mészáros, Jenő Kellner, András Sarlós, László Harsányi, Sándor Lukacs, József Pál, Endre Kollár, István Gass (Imre Hegyi 5), János Máté, Béla Várady (Jenő Kunszt 60), László Nagy
Bosanska Gradiska. 10000 spectators. ARB.: Nikola Dudin, Dimitar Parmakov, Mitko Chukov (Bulgaria).
 
28.02.1973 Greece 2-0 Yugoslavia
Goals: Kostas Eleftherakis 56, Dimitrios "Takis" Nikoloudis 58
Greece: Panagiotis Kelesidis Παναγιώτης (Τάκης) Κελεσίδης, Theodoridis Θεοδωρίδης, Konstantinos (Kōstas) Athanasopoulos Κωνσταντίνος (Kώστας) Aθανασόπουλος, Anthimos Kapsis Άνθιμος Καψής, Vasilis Siokos Βασίλης Σιώκος, Kostas Eleftherakis Κώστας Ελευθεράκης, Vasilis Stravopodis Βασίλης Στραβοπόδης, Dimitrios "Takis" Nikoloudis Τάκης Νικολούδης, Hadzhiantoniu Χατζηαντωνίου, Petros Karavitis Πέτρος Καραβίτης (Vlákhos Βλάχος 76), Psimogiannos Ψιμόγιαννος  
Yugoslavia: Petar Borota, Vladimir (Vlada) Pejović, Borislav Đurović, Edhem Šljivo, Mihalj Keri, Vasa Rutonjski, Milan or Miodrag "Mile" Novković, Božo "Boško" Janković, Aleksandar Panajotović, Mustafa Hukić (Miodrag Živaljević), Abid Kovačević (Dragan or Dragoljub Simić 70)
Athens. 15000 spectators. ARB.: Ramiz Pregja (Albania).
 
04.04.1973 Hungary 2-0 Greece
Goals: András Komjáti 53, László Nagy 68
Hungary: Ferenc Mészáros, Péter Török, László Harsányi, József Horváth, Peter Vépi, Ede Dunai, András Komjáti, Sándor Bartos, István Kovács, László Nagy, József Becsei  
Greece: Ioannis Stefas Γιάννης Στέφας, Ioannis Gounaris Γιάννης Γούναρης, Konstantinos (Kōstas) Athanasopoulos Κωνσταντίνος (Kώστας) Aθανασόπουλος, Vasilis Siokos Βασίλης Σιώκος, Theodoridis Θεοδωρίδης, Stavros Sarafis Σταύρος Σαράφης, Vasilis Stravopodis Βασίλης Στραβοπόδης, Kostas Eleftherakis Κώστας Ελευθεράκης, Nikolaou Nικολάου, Apostolidis Αποστολίδης (Kumarias 68), Papadimitriou Παπαδημητρίου (Petros Karavitis Πέτρος Καραβίτης 57)
Budapest. Népstadion. 10000 spectators. ARB.: Josef Jegel (Austria).
 
09.05.1973 Hungary 1-0 Yugoslavia
Goal: László Nagy 87          
Hungary: Ferenc Mészáros, Péter Török, László Harsányi, József Horváth, Peter Vépi, Ede Dunai, András Komjáti (József Pőczik 77), Sándor Bartos, Tibor Kiss (Kovács 66), László Nagy, József Becsei
Yugoslavia: Petar Borota, Ivan Buljan, Anđelko Tešan, Refik Kožić, Mihalj Keri, Dražen Mužinić, Dragan or Dragoljub Simić (Đurović 78), Drago Vabec, Zvonko Ivezić, Zoran Filipović, Ivan (Ivica) Šurjak
Szekszárd. 8000 spectators. ARB.: Constantin Petrea (Romania). Yellow card: Zvonko Ivezić
 
13.06.1973 Greece 2-3 Hungary
Goals: Stavropoulos 70, Papadimitriou / Becsei 12, Ede Dunai 36, Tibor Kiss 48
Greece: Panagiotis Kelesidis Παναγιώτης (Τάκης) Κελεσίδης (Filis Фιλης), Theodoridis Θεοδωρίδης, Anthimos Kapsis Άνθιμος Καψής, Vasilis Siokos Βασίλης Σιώκος, Konstantinos (Kōstas) Athanasopoulos Κωνσταντίνος (Kώστας) Aθανασόπουλος, Kostas Eleftherakis Κώστας Ελευθεράκης, Stavros Sarafis Σταύρος Σαράφης (Nikolaou Nικολάου 46), Vasilis Stravopodis Βασίλης Στραβοπόδης, Stavropoulos Σταυρόπουλος, Thomas Mavros Θωμάς Μαύρος, Papadimitriou Παπαδημητρίου
Hungary: Ferenc Mészáros, Sándor Varga, László Harsányi, József Horváth, Peter Vépi, Ede Dunai,  András Komjáti, László Nagy, Sándor Bartos, Tibor Kiss, József Becsei
Athens. 10000 spectators. ARB.: Fulvio Pieroni (Italy).
 
17.10.1973 Yugoslavia 2-0 Greece
Goals: Momčilo Vukotić 23, Aleksandar Panajotović 58
Yugoslavia: Petar Borota, Ljubiša Rajković, Džemaludin (Džemal) Hadžiabdić, Mihalj Keri, Refik Kožić (Josip Kuže), Mladen Andrejevski, Momčilo Vukotić (Mustafa Hukić), Fuad Mulahasanović, Aleksandar Panajotović, Borislav (Boriša) Đorđević, Abid Kovačević
Greece: Filis Фιλης, Vlákhos Βλάχος, Ioannis Gounaris Γιάννης Γούναρης, Petros Ravousis Πέτρος Ραβούσης, Giorgos Foiros Γιώργος Φοιρός, Dimitrios "Takis" Nikoloudis Τάκης Νικολούδης (Vakalis Βακάλης), Vasilopoulos Bασιλόπoυλoς, Tsamis Τcάμης or Τσάμης, Zarzopoulos Zαρζόπoυλoς, Vasilis Stravopodis Βασίλης Στραβοπόδης, Thomas Mavros Θωμάς Μαύρος (Relis Рέλης)     
Zaječar. 6000 spectators ARB.: Mitko Chukov (Bulgaria).
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14.03.1974  Netherlands 2-1 Hungary
Goals: Sándor Varga 37 own goal, Ruud Geels 60 or 61 / Cornelius Claudius Henricus (Kees) van Ierssel own goal 4 or László Bálint 5
Netherlands: Hennie Spijkerman, Aad Kila, Cornelius Claudius Henricus (Kees) van Ierssel, Simon Van Vliet, René Notten, Franciscus (Frans) Johannes Thijssen, Petrus Wilhelmus (Peter) Arntz, Andries Visser, Theo Husers (Jansen 70), Geertruida ("Ruud") Maria Geels, Lambertus (Bert) van Marwijk (Jaap Bos 75)
Hungary: László Kovács, Sándor Varga, Viktor Kincses II, László Csorna, Peter Vépi, Ede Dunai, András Komjáti (Sándor Pintér 65), Jenő Kunszt, Tibor Buronyi, László Bálint, József Becsei
Deventer. 6000 spectators. ARB.: Matthewson (England). Yellow card: Jansen
 
17.04.1974 Hungary 3-1 Netherlands 
Goals: József Becsei 49 penalty, Lajos Németh 60, Mihály Pénzes 79 / Henricus Carolus Gerardus (Harry) Lubse 80
Hungary: Sandor Gujdár, Sándor Varga (Ernő Virágh 61 or 64), István Kocsis, László Csorna, Peter Vépi, Ede Dunai, Jenő Kunszt, Mihály Pénzes, Lajos Németh (András Komjáti 75), Tibor Kiss, József Becsei
Netherlands: André van Gerven, Aad Kila, Kees Krijgh, Simon Van Vliet, René Notten, Petrus Wilhelmus (Peter) Arntz, Johannes Gerardus (Joop) Wildbret (Jansen 61), Andries Visser, Reinier Lambertus (René) van De Kerkhof (Theo Husers 46), Henricus Carolus Gerardus (Harry) Lubse, Geertruida ("Ruud") Maria Geels
Békéscsaba. 8000 or 9000 spectators. ARB.: Ohmsen (West Germany). Yellow cards: Aad Kila, József Becsei
 
13.03.1974 Bulgaria 1-2 Poland
Goals: Nikola Hristov 61 / Andrzej Szarmach 13, Grzegorz Lato 18
Bulgaria: Krasimir Zafirov Красимир Зафиров, Ivan Chakarov Иван Чакъров (Dimitar Vladimirov Димитър Владимиров 46), Ivan Tishanski Иван Тишански,  Vasilev Василев, Yordan Stoykov Йордан Стойков, Todor Barzov Тодор Барзов, Voynov Войнов (Nikola Hristov Никола Христов 60), Trayko Sokolov Трайко Соколов, Pavel Panov Павел Панов, Atanas Mikhaylov Атанас Михайлов, Krasimir Borisov Красимир Борисов
Poland: Piotr Mowlik, Antoni Szymanowski, Henryk Wieczorek, Stanisław Sobczyński, Mirosław Andrzej Bulzacki, Władysław Antoni Żmuda, Grzegorz Lato, Andrzej Drozdowski, Andrzej Szarmach, Kazimierz Kmiecik, Witold Karaś (Zygmunt Garłowski 46)
Blagoevgrad. Stadium “Hristo Botev”. 12000 spectators. ARB.: Al.Kesler (Austria).
 
10.04.1974 Poland 0-0 Bulgaria    
Poland: Piotr Mowlik, Jerzy Wyrobek, Henryk Wieczorek, Jan Grzegorz Białas, Miroslaw Mirosław Andrzej Bulzacki, Władysław Antoni Żmuda, Grzegorz Lato (Marek Kusto 70), Zygmunt Garłowski, Andrzej Drozdowski, Andrzej Szarmach, Witold Karaś
Bulgaria: Georgi Tikhanov Георги Тиханов, Ivo Bratanov Иво Братанов, Ivan Tishanski Иван Тишански, Borislav Dimitrov Борислав Димитров, Yordan Stoykov Йордан Стойков, Pavlov Павлов, Atanas Aleksandrov Атанас Александров, Trayko Sokolov Трайко Соколов, Milen Goranov Милен Горанов, Pavel Panov Павел Панов, Zhelyazkov Желязков
Czestochowa. 20000 spectators. ARB.: Otto Andercu (Romania)
 
10.04.1974 USSR 6-0 Czechoslovakia
Goals: David Kipiani 7, 19, 26, Aleksandr Makhovikov 8, Yuriy Chesnokov 34, Vladimir Fyodorov 57
USSR:
Mikhail Vergeenko Михаил Вергеенко,    
Aleksandr Damin Александр Дамин,       
Vladimir Golubev Владимир Голубев,     
Vladimir Komarov Владимир Комаров,     
Valeriy Zenkov Валерий Зенков,  
Nazar Petrosyan Назар Петросян,        
Yuriy Chesnokov Юрий Чесноков,  
Leonid Buryak Леонид Буряк,     
Vladimir Fyodorov Владимир Фёдоров (Yevgeniy Aleksandrov Евгений Александров 85),
Aleksandr Makhovikov Александр Маховиков (Sergey Shlapak Сергей Шлапак 46),
David Kipiani Давид Кипиани   
Czechoslovakia: Dušan Kéketi, Pavol Biroš, Ladislav Jurkemik, Peter Luprich, Milan Zvarík, Jozef Štafura, Marián Masný, Ján Švehlík, Jaroslav Melichar, František Štambachr (Petr Slaný 46), Dušan Herda      
Yerevan. Stadium Razdan. 20 000 spectators. ARB.: Adolf Prokop, Siegfried Kirschen, Klaus Scheurell (East Germany).
  
17.04.1974 Czechoslovakia 2-1 USSR
Goals: Ladislav Jurkemik 80, Oldřich Rott 88 or 89 / Vladimir Fyodorov 20
Czechoslovakia: Dušan Kéketi, Pavol Biroš, Karel Dvořák, Ladislav Jurkemik, František Štambachr, Jaroslav Melichar (Peter Mráz), Peter Luprich, Petr Slaný, Marián Masný (Oldřich Rott), Ján Švehlík, Dušan Herda      
USSR:
Mikhail Vergeenko Михаил Вергеенко,    
Aleksandr Damin Александр Дамин,       
Vladimir Golubev Владимир Голубев,     
Vladimir Komarov Владимир Комаров,     
Valeriy Zenkov Валерий Зенков,  
Sergey Shlapak Сергей Шлапак (Valeriy Andreev Валерий Андреев),
Leonid Buryak Леонид Буряк,     
Aleksandr Makhovikov Александр Маховиков (Nazar Petrosyan Назар Петросян),
Yevgeniy Aleksandrov Евгений Александров,      
Yuriy Chesnokov Юрий Чесноков,  
Vladimir Fyodorov Владимир Фёдоров
Bratislava. ARB.: Alberto Michelotti (Italy). 
 
27.02.1974 Italy 0-1 East Germany
Goal: Reinhard Häfner 85
Italy: Ivano Bordon, Marino Lombardo, Gabriele Oriali, Luciano Zecchini, Giovanni Vavassori, Moreno Roggi, Renzo Garlaschelli, Antonello Cuccureddu, Francesco Graziani (Giancarlo Antognoni 46), Claudio Merlo, Paolino Pulici 
East Germany: Claus Boden, Erich Hamann, Günter Sekora, Albert Krebs, Klaus Decker, Reinhard Häfner, Rüdiger Schnuphase, Jürgen Pommerenke, Axel Tyll, Gert Heidler, Martin Hoffmann (Peter Kotte 64 or 63) 
Taranto. Stadio Salinella. ARB.: Joseph M.Cassar Naudi, Farrugia, Bottigieo (Malta). 14860 spectators   
 
17.04.1974 East Germany 2-1 Italy  
Goals: Axel Tyll 79 or 78, Jürgen Pommerenke 87 penalty or 85 penalty / Vito D'Amico 70    
East Germany: Claus Boden, Erich Hamann, Günter Sekora, Albert Krebs, Klaus Decker, Rüdiger Schnuphase, Jürgen Pommerenke, Reinhard Häfner, Axel Tyll, Gert Heidler (Peter Kotte 84 or 82), Martin Hoffmann  
Italy: Luciano Castellini, Marino Lombardo, Mauro Della Martira, Moreno Roggi, Mauro Bellugi, Domenico Caso (Silvano Villa 30), Renato Zaccarelli, Claudio Desolati, Giancarlo Antognoni, Francesco Rocca, Vito D'Amico
Magdeburg. Ernst-Grube-Stadion. 18000 spectators. ARB.: Norbert Rolles (Luxemburg).
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30.04.1974 USSR 2-0 Hungary
Goals: Leonid Buryak 30, David Kipiani 75    
USSR:
Mikhail Vergeenko Михаил Вергеенко,    
Valeriy Zuev Валерий Зуев,      
Vladimir Golubev Владимир Голубев,     
Valeriy Zenkov Валерий Зенков,  
Vladimir Komarov Владимир Комаров,     
Aleksandr Prokopenko Александр Прокопенко (Yevgeniy Aleksandrov Евгений Александров 65),
Leonid Buryak Леонид Буряк,     
Aleksandr Makhovikov Александр Маховиков,      
Yuriy Chesnokov Юрий Чесноков,  
David Kipiani Давид Кипиани,    
Vladimir Fyodorov Владимир Фёдоров (Valeriy Andreev Валерий Андреев 60)
Hungary: Ferenc Mészáros II, Péter Török, József Kovács II, István Kocsis, Jenő Kunszt (Lajos Németh), Lajos Pozsgai, László Csorna, Tibor Kiss, Ernő Virágh, Mihály Pénzes, József Becsei
Kharkov. Stadium Metallist. 40000 spectators. ARB.: Reino Koskinen, Georg Krutelew, Mauri Laakso (Finland)
 
07.05.1974 Hungary 2-0 USSR [aet, 4-3 penalty]
Goals: László Fekete 61, Mihály Pénzes 82              
Penalty: 0-1 Leonid Buryak, 1-1 József Becsei, 1-1 Yevgeniy Aleksandrov, 2-1 József Horváth, 2-1 Vladimir Fyodorov, 2-1 István Kocsis, 2-2 Valeriy Andreev, 3-2 László Harsányi, 3-3 Yuriy Chesnokov, 4-3 András Tóth                    
Hungary: Ferenc Mészáros II, Péter Török, Peter Vépi (István Kocsis 115), László Harsányi, Ede Dunai, József Horváth II, András Tóth I, Tibor Kiss, László Fekete, László Nagy (Mihály Pénzes 66), József Becsei
USSR:
Mikhail Vergeenko Михаил Вергеенко,
Valeriy Zuev Валерий Зуев,
Vladimir Golubev Владимир Голубев,
Valeriy Zenkov Валерий Зенков,
Vladimir Komarov Владимир Комаров,
Yevgeniy Aleksandrov Евгений Александров,
Yuriy Chesnokov Юрий Чесноков,
Leonid Buryak Леонид Буряк,
Vladimir Fyodorov Владимир Фёдоров,
Aleksandr Makhovikov Александр Маховиков,
David Kipiani Давид Кипиани (Valeriy Andreev Валерий Андреев 46)
Kazincbarcika. 1880 spectators. ARB.: Tsvetan Stanev Цветан Станев (Bulgaria). Yellow card: Aleksandr Makhovikov Александр Маховиков
 
01.05.1974 East Germany 0-0 Poland
East Germany: Claus Boden, Hans-Jürgen Dörner, Gerd Kische, Albert Krebs, Günter Sekora, Lutz Moldt (Joachim Müller 66), Frank Terletzki, Reinhard Häfner, Gert Heidler, Frank Richter, Peter Kotte (Norbert Schumann 66)
Poland: Piotr Mowlik, Henryk Wieczorek, Jerzy Wyrobek, Władysław Antoni Żmuda, Stanisław Sobczyński, Zygmunt Garłowski, Jerzy Józef Kasalik, Andrzej Drozdowski, Jan Grzegorz Białas, Marek Kusto, Kazimierz Kmiecik
Zwickau. Georgi-Dimitroff-Stadion. 4800 spectators. ARB.: Rasmussen, Sörensen, Jensen (Denmark). 
 
08.05.1974 Poland 2-2 East Germany
Goals: Marek Kusto 16, Zdzisław Ryszard Kapka 88 / Frank Terletzki 5, Jerzy Wyrobek own goal 81
Poland: Piotr Mowlik, Jerzy Wyrobek, Henryk Wieczorek, Stanisław Sobczyński, Władysław Antoni Żmuda, Andrzej Drozdowski (Jan Grzegorz Białas 26, Roman Grzegorz Ogaza 67), Jerzy Józef Kasalik, Kazimierz Kmiecik, Marek Kusto, Zdzisław Ryszard Kapka, Witold Karaś
East Germany: Claus Boden, Hans-Jürgen Dörner, Gerd Kische, Albert Krebs, Günter Sekora, Reinhard Häfner, Christian Helm, Frank Terletzki, Lutz Moldt (Joachim Müller 83), Gert Heidler, Frank Richter (Peter Kotte 62)
Lodz. LKS-Stadion. 20000 spectators. ARB.: Zdeněk Jelínek, Gejza Princ, Miroslav Živný (Czechoslovakia).   
 
FINAL
15.05.1974 East Germany 3-2 Hungary
Goals: Frank Terletzki 28 or 27, 47 penalty or 49 penalty, Gert Heidler 85 or 87 / Tibor Kiss 30 or 29, József Horváth 43 or 42
East Germany: Claus Boden, Hans-Jürgen Dörner, Gerd Kische, Christian Helm, Günter Sekora, Reinhard Häfner, Frank Terletzki, Lutz Moldt (Klaus Decker 62), Dieter Riedel, Frank Richter (Peter Kotte 74), Gert Heidler
Hungary: Ferenc Mészáros, József Horváth, Péter Török, László Harsányi, Mihály Kántor, László Fekete, Ede Dunai, András Tóth (Jenő Kunszt 60), László Nagy, Tibor Kiss, József Becsei
Dresden. Dynamo-Stadion. 17000 spectators. ARB.: Michel Kitabdjian, Achille Verbeke, Eugène Deleplace (France).
 
28.05.1974 Hungary 4-0 East Germany
Goals: András Tóth 41, Béla Várady 48, 60, László Fekete 62
Hungary: Ferenc Mészáros, Péter Török, László Harsányi, József Horváth, Mihály Kántor, Ede Dunai, András Tóth, László Nagy, László Fekete, Tibor Kiss, Béla Várady
East Germany: Claus Boden, Hans-Jürgen Dörner, Detlef Enge, Albert Krebs, Günter Sekora, Reinhard Häfner, Christian Helm (Joachim Müller 52), Klaus Decker, Frank Terletzki, Frank Richter (Dieter Riedel 68), Gert Heidler
Budapest. Népstadion. 17000 spectators. ARB.: Paul Schiller, Alois Keßler (Kessler), Franz Latzin (Austria).
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28.05.1974 Hungary 4-0 East Germany

ARB.: Paul Schiller, Keßler, Latzin (Austria).

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15.05.1974 East Germany 3-2 Hungary
ARB.: Michel Kitabdjian, Verbeke, Delaplace (France).

Michel Kitabdjian, Achille Verbecke, Eugène Deleplace (France)
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08.05.1974 Poland 2-2 East Germany
ARB.: Jelinek, Princ, Zivny (Czechoslovakia).  


Zdeněk Jelínek, Gejza Princ, Miroslav Živný
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