1976 UEFA European Under-23 Championship

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1976 UEFA European Under-23 Championship

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1976 UEFA European Under-23 Championship

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Group 6
02.04.1975 Turkey 2-1 USSR
Goals: HÜSEYİN NURİ TOK 22 or 23, ÖMER KANER 65 or 67 / Vasilis Hatzipanagis 28  
Turkey: ŞENOL GÜNEŞ ( TRABZONSPOR ), İBRAHİM SARIKAYA ( BOLUSPOR ), NECATİ ÖZÇAĞLAYAN ( TRABZONSPOR ), KADİR ÖZCAN ( BEŞİKTAŞ ), SADIK İŞCAN ( MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ ), ÖNDER MUSTAFAOĞLU ( FENERBAHÇE ), NİKO KOVİ ( BEŞİKTAŞ ), HAYRİ KOL ( BEŞİKTAŞ ), RASİN GÜRCAN ( ADANA DEMİRSPOR ) (ÖMER KANER ( ESKİŞEHİRSPOR )), HÜSEYİN NURİ TOK ( TRABZONSPOR ), AYDIN ÇELİK ( BOLUSPOR ) (İSA ERTÜRK (ADANASPOR))
USSR: Mikhail Vergeenko Михаил Вергеенко, Valeriy Zuev Валерий Зуев, Aleksandr Bubnov Александр Бубнов, Арменак Саркисян (Vasiliy Shvetsov Василий Швецов), Aleksandr Damin Александр Дамин, Aleksandr Prokopenko Александр Прокопенко, Yuriy Pudyshev Юрий Пудышев, Sergey Shlapak Сергей Шлапак, Vladimir Gutsaev Владимир Гуцаев, Vitaliy Shevchenko Виталий Шевченко (Yuriy Kovalyov Юрий Ковалёв), Vasilis Hatzipanagis Василис Хадзипанагис  
Ankara. 19 Mayıs Stadyumu. 8798 spectators. ARB.: Nicolae Cursaru (Romania)
 
23.11.1975 USSR 3-0 Turkey
Goals: Nazar Petrosyan 12, Mikhail An 29, Yuriy Adzhem 62
USSR: Viktor Radaev Виктор Радаев, Sergey Nikiforenko Сергей Никифоренко, Aleksandr Bubnov Александр Бубнов, Viktor Bukievskiy Виктор Букиевский, Armenak Sarkisyan Арменак Саркисян, Yuriy Adzhem Юрий Аджем, Pyotr Slobodyan Пётр Слободян, Yuriy Kovalyov Юрий Ковалёв, Mikhail An Михаил Ан, Vladimir Fyodorov Владимир Фёдоров, Nazar Petrosyan Назар Петросян
Turkey: ADİL ERİÇ ( FENERBAHÇE ), İBRAHİM SARIKAYA ( BOLUSPOR ), YENAL KAÇIRA ( FENERBAHÇE ), EROL TOGAY ( ALTAY ), SALİH AYDOĞAN ( ORDUSPOR ), ÖZER YURTERİ ( GÖZTEPE ), ÖNDER MUSTAFAOĞLU ( ADANASPOR ), MUSTAFA TURGAT ( ALTAY ), NİKO KOVİ ( BEŞİKTAŞ ), ŞABAN KARTAL ( ZONGULDAKSPOR ), SELAHATTİN KARASU ( FENERBAHÇE ) (RASİN GÜRCAN ( ADANA DEMİRSPOR ))
Tashkent. Pakhtakor Stadium. 20000 spectators. ARB.: Gianfranco Menegali (Italy)

Group 7
1. FRANCE              4   2 1 1   6- 5   5
2. East Germany      4   1 2 1   4- 4   4
3. Belgium                4   1 1 2   4- 5   3
 
13.10.1974 France 1-0 Belgium
Goal: Marc Berdoll 27
France: Dominique Dropsy, Raymond Manuel Albert Domenech, Bernard Gardon, Dominique Bathenay, Daniel Zorzetto, Alain Giresse, Didier Simon, Raoul (Raúl) Noguès, Marc Berdoll, Gilles Rampillon, Albert Emon (Bernard Vendrely 73)
Belgium: Jean-Marie Pfaff, Eric Maria Gerets, Guido Palmers, Marc Vergole, Walter Ceulemans (Michel Renquin 70), Jozef (Jos) Daerden, Paul Courant, René Verheyen (Willy Vliegen 66), Willy Wellens, Ariël Jacobs, Didier van Haecke or Hecke
Grenoble. Stade Charles-Berty. 6200 spectators. ARB.: André Favre (Switzerland). Yellow cards: René Verheyen, Ariël Jacobs 
 
16.11.1974 East Germany 1-1 France
Goals: Albert Krebs 64 penalty / Marc Berdoll 35
East Germany: Bernd Jakubowski, Rainer Wolf, Gerd Weber, Albert Krebs, Klaus Decker, Michael Mischinger, Joachim Müller, Jörg Seering (Udo Schmuck 80), Hans-Jürgen Riediger, Frieder Andrich (Peter Kotte 63), Frank Richter
France: René Charrier, Daniel Zorzetto, Raymond Manuel Albert Domenech, Bernard Gardon, Maxime Bossis, Alain Giresse, Gilles Rampillon, Dominique Bathenay, Alain Bernard (Michel Maillard 81), Marc Berdoll, Albert Emon
Erfurt. Georgi-Dimitroff-Stadion. 5500 or 6000 spectators. ARB.: Werner Spiegl (Austria)
 
07.12.1974 Belgium 0-0 East Germany
Belgium: Jean-Marie Pfaff, Gérard Desanghere, Eric Maria Gerets, Michel Renquin, Walter Ceulemans, Jozef (Jos) Daerden, Paul Courant, Ludovic (Ludo) Coeck (René Verheyen 62), Willy Vliegen, Willy Wellens, Didier van Haecke or Hecke   
East Germany: Bernd Jakubowski, Albert Krebs, Gerd Weber, Udo Schmuck, Steffen Enge (Christian Helm 20), Joachim Müller, Klaus Decker, Hans-Hermann Herbst, Peter Kotte, Frieder Andrich, Frank Richter  
Liège. Stade de Sclessin. 5000 spectators. ARB.: Iorwerth Jones (Wales).
 
27.09.1975 East Germany 1-2 Belgium
Goals: Wolfgang „Maxe“ Steinbach 77 penalty / René van der Eycken 22, Jan Anna Gumaar Ceulemans 88  
East Germany: Reinhard Schwerdtner, Albert Krebs, Gert Brauer, Udo Schmuck, Klaus Decker, Jürgen Pommerenke, Hartmut Schade, Axel Tyll, Dieter Riedel, Horst Weißhaupt (Lutz Moldt 77), Peter Kotte (Wolfgang „Maxe“ Steinbach 59) 
Belgium: Philip Mesmaekers, Alex Saelen, Dumont, Luc Millecamps, Walter Ceulemans, Paul Courant, René Verheyen, René van der Eycken (Jozef (Jos) Daerden 81), Rudy Haleydt, Willy Wellens, Guido De Baere (Jan Anna Gumaar Ceulemans 46)
Magdeburg. Ernst-Grube-Stadion. 5000 spectators. ARB.: Bror Gunnar (Kunttu) Hellgren (Finland)
 
11.10.1975 France 1-2 East Germany
Goals: Albert Gemmrich 55 / Jürgen Pommerenke 15, Peter Kotte 47
France: Philippe Bergeroo, Christian Lopez, Henri Zambelli, Bernard Gardon, Maxime Bossis, Didier Simon, Michel François Platini, Farès Bousdira, Daniel Sanchez, Michel Maillard, Albert Gemmrich    
East Germany: Reinhard Schwerdtner, Roland Hammer, Lutz Eigendorf, Udo Schmuck, Klaus Decker, Jürgen Pommerenke, Lutz Moldt, Axel Tyll, Wolfgang „Maxe“ Steinbach, Riedel, Peter Kotte
Poitiers. Stade Municipal. 12000 spectators. ARB.: Américo dos Santos Barradas (Portugal)
 
15.11.1975 Belgium 2-3 France
Goals: Rudy Haleydt 65, Jean Janssens 75 / Gérard Soler 12, 85, Dominique Bathenay 24
Belgium: Philip Mesmaekers, Michel Renquin, Luc Millecamps, Alex Saelen, Walter Ceulemans, Jozef (Jos) Daerden (Willy Wellens 46), René Verheyen, Willy Vliegen, Rudy Haleydt, Jean Janssens, Guido De Baere
France: Dominique Dropsy, Gérard Janvion, Christian Lopez, Bernard Gardon, Maxime Bossis, Michel François Platini, Dominique Bathenay, Farès Bousdira, Daniel Sanchez (Didier Simon 75), Gérard Soler, Jacques Zimako (Gilles Rampillon 75)
La Louvière. Stade du Tivoli. 6000 spectators. ARB.: Gordon Cecil Kew (England)
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Group 3
1. YUGOSLAVIA    4   2 2 0   7- 2   6
2. Sweden              4   2 1 1   6- 6   5
3. Norway               4   0 1 3   1- 6   1
 
30.10.1974 Yugoslavia 2-0 Norway
Goals: Boro Primorac 65, Dušan Savić 80
Yugoslavia: Petar Borota, Vedran Rožić, Dujić, Ivan Poljak (Mario Bonić 60), Anton Rožić (Ilija Zavišić 67), Rajković, Fuad Mulahasanović, Boro Primorac, Petar "Peter" Baralić, Dušan Savić, Borislav (Boriša) Đorđević
Norway: Stein Chingen Haugan, Henning Aamodt, Børge Emil Josefsen, Robert Erling Nilsson, Steinar Hestsveen, Åge Fridtjof Hareide (Stein Olav Hestad 55), Stein Borgar Thunberg, Dag Asbjørn Olavson, Helge Peter Skuseth, Reidar Lund, Kjell Øyasæter
Belgrade. 5000 or 15000 spectators.  
 
05.06.1975 Sweden 1-1 Yugoslavia
Goals: Anders Ljungberg 21 penalty / Vahid Halilhodžić 45
Sweden: Jan Möller, Hasse Borg, Göran Johansson, Thom Åhlund, Bengt Andersén, Leif Andersson, Anders Ljungberg, Stefan Nilsson, Anders Grönhagen, Thomas Ahlström, Erik Tommy Evesson (Ove Nilsson 63)
Yugoslavia: Petar Borota, Boro Primorac, Đorđe Vujkov, Velimir Zajec, Ivan Bedi, Rajković, Edhem Šljivo, Milovan Obradović (Đorđe (Gjorgji) Todorovski 46), Boško Đorđević, Vahid Halilhodžić, Borislav (Boriša) Đorđević
Kramfors. Kramfors idrottsplats. 2746 spectators. ARB.: Adolf Prokop (East Germany).
 
08.06.1975 Norway 0-0 Yugoslavia
Norway: Håvard Larsen, Åge Fridtjof Hareide, Helge Karlsen, Bjørn Dahl, Børge Emil Josefsen, Jan Egil Hansen, Tonning Geir Hammer, Stein Olav Hestad, Pål Jacobsen, Reidar Lund (Svein Bakke), Svein Erling Mathisen
Yugoslavia: Petar Borota, Boro Primorac, Đorđe Vujkov, Velimir Zajec, Ivan Bedi, Ilija Zavišić, Rajković (Milovan Obradović 82), Slobodan Pavković, Edhem Šljivo, Vahid Halilhodžić, Boško Đorđević (Borislav (Boriša) Đorđević 55)
Hønefoss. 2945 spectators. ARB.: Mauri Laakso (Finland).
 
30.06.1975 Norway 0-2 Sweden
Goals: Erik Tommy Evesson 4, Thomas Ahlström 85
Norway: Håvard Larsen, Åge Fridtjof Hareide, Tor Ivar Alsaker-Nøstdahl, Bjørn Dahl, Børge Emil Josefsen, Rune Ottesen, Tonning Geir Hammer, Stein Olav Hestad, Pål Jacobsen, Svein Bakke (Reidar Lund 82), Torbjørn Svendsen (Steinar Aase 46)
Sweden: Björn Alkeby, Per-Olof Eek, Håkan Arvidsson, Thom Åhlund, Bengt Andersén, Leif Andersson, Reine Almqvist (Anders Lindahl 73), Stefan Nilsson, Anders Grönhagen, Thomas Ahlström (Ove Nilsson 86), Erik Tommy Evesson 
Sandefjord. Storstadion. 3000 spectators. ARB.: Kurt Ohlsen (Denmark).
 
13.08.1975 Sweden 2-1 Norway
Goals: Thomas Ahlström 44, 67 / Arne Larsen Økland 3
Sweden: Björn Alkeby, Bengt Andersén, Thom Åhlund, Håkan Arvidsson, Stefan Nilsson, Leif Andersson (Göran Johansson 73), Kurt Olsberg, Anders Lindahl, Anders Grönhagen, Thomas Ahlström, Erik Tommy Evesson (Torbjörn Nilsson 67)
Norway: Tom Rüsz Jacobsen, Marius Jenssen, Birk Engstrøm, Bjørn Erik Brandt, Børge Emil Josefsen, Inge Magne Valen, Rune Ottesen, Pål Jacobsen, Arne Larsen Økland (Åge Fridtjof Hareide 88), Arne Dokken, Steinar Aase (Svein Bakke 89)
Trollhättan. Enavallen. 4037 spectators. ARB.: Johannes Frederik "Jan" Beck (Netherlands).
 
15.10.1975 Yugoslavia 4-1 Sweden
Goals: Fuad Mulahasanović 14, 29, Dušan Savić 16, 36 / Thomas Ahlström 84
Yugoslavia: Petar Borota, Đorđe Vujkov, Slavoljub Muslin, Velimir Zajec, Zoran Jelikić, Slobodan Pavković, Fuad Mulahasanović, Dušan Nikolić, Ilija Zavišić, Dušan Savić, Abid Kovačević (Zlatko Kranjčar 65)
Sweden: Jan Möller, Bengt Andersén, Håkan Arvidsson, Stefan Nilsson, Thom Åhlund, Benno Magnusson, Sven Lindman, Anders Lindahl, Anders Grönhagen, Sanny Åslund (Thomas Ahlström 70), Erik Tommy Evesson
Karlovac. 4000 spectators.  
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Group 8
1. BULGARIA   4   3 0 1   6- 3   6
2. Poland         4   2 0 2   7- 5   4
3. Greece        4   1 0 3   4- 9   2

13.10.1974 Greece 0-2 Bulgaria
Goals: Dimitrios "Takis" Nikoloudis 11 or 10 own goal, Stoyan Iliev 75
Greece: Christos Arvanitis, Ioannis Gounaris, Ioannis Kyrastas, Vangelis Kousoulakis, Filotas Pellios, Dimitrios "Takis" Nikoloudis, Konstantinos Drampis, Desios (Christodoulou 54), Thomas Mavros, Tsamis (Karaiskos 46), Ilias "Maik" Galakos 
Bulgaria: Boris Manolkov, Nikolay Grancharov (Ivo Bratanov 86 or 85), Boris Angelov, Milcho Evtimov, Angel Rangelov, Vanyo Kostov, Stoyan Iliev, Georgi Dobrev, Yordan Yordanov, Milen Goranov, Nikolay Kurbanov 
Thessaloniki. Stadio Harilaou. 15000 spectators. 

18.12.1974 Bulgaria 2-1 Greece
Goals: Milen Goranov 35 or 36, Yordan Yordanov 59 or 61 / Ilias "Maik" Galakos 28
Bulgaria: Boris Manolkov, Ivo Bratanov, Ivan Tishanski, Milcho Evtimov, Angel Rangelov, Georgi Minchev (Angel Kolev 46), Kostas Isakidis (Stoyan Iliev 62), Milen Goranov, Ivan Pritargov, Yordan Yordanov, Bogomil Simov
Greece: Christos Arvanitis, Paraskos, Vamvakousis, Filotas Pellios, Vangelis Kousoulakis, Petros Ravousis, Tsamis, Nikos Kalabakas or Kalambakas (Papazoglou 78 or 60), Ilias "Maik" Galakos, Angelos Anastasiadis, Konstantinos Drampis (Karaiskos 65 or 75)
Pernik. Stadion Minyor. 6000 spectators. ARB.: Anatoliy Milchenko (USSR). 

03.09.1975 Poland 2-1 Bulgaria
Goals: Kazimierz Kmiecik 60 or 66, 74 / Zbigniew Aleksander Płaszewski 33 own goal or 34 own goal
Poland: Stanisław Ryszard Burzyński, Rudolf Wojtowicz, Zbigniew Aleksander Płaszewski (Roman Grzegorz Ogaza 52 or 59), Ryszard Per, Mirosław Andrzej Bulzacki, Waldemar Tumiński, Witold Karaś (Grzegorz Ostalczyk 34 or 35), Zdzisław Rybotycki, Andrzej Garlej, Kazimierz Kmiecik, Marek Andrzej Kusto
Bulgaria: Georgi Tikhanov, Milcho Evtimov, Todor Marev, Georgi Bonev, Angel Rangelov, Borislav Dimitrov (Radiya Doychev 77), Atanas Aleksandrov, Angel Kolev, Nikola Hristov (Yordan Stoykov 68), Zhelyazkov, Chavdar Tzvetkov
Mielec. Stadion Miejski (Stadion Stali Mielec). 12000 spectators. ARB.: Josef Pouček (Czechoslovakia).

15.10.1975 Poland 4-1 Greece
Goals: Leszek Wolski 39, Roman Grzegorz Ogaza 52 or 54, Tadeusz Jan Pawłowski 69, Marek Andrzej Kusto 83 / Androukos 2
Poland: Stanisław Ryszard Burzyński, Rudolf Wojtowicz, Paweł Janas, Wojciech Władysław Rudy (Andrzej Demko), Henryk Józef Maculewicz, Leszek Wolski, Tadeusz Jan Pawłowski, Zdzisław Rybotycki (Adam Krupa), Zdzisław Ryszard Kapka, Marek Andrzej Kusto, Roman Grzegorz Ogaza
Greece: ?, Androukos, Christos Apostolidis,
Szczecin. 

29.10.1975 Greece 2-1 Poland
Goals: Angelos Anastasiadis 13 or 10, Ilias "Maik" Galakos 82 / Kazimierz Kmiecik 89 or 90
Greece: Christos Arvanitis, Androukos, Christoforidis, Christos Apostolidis, Paraskos, Vasilis Siokos, Nikos Kalabakas or Kalambakas (Filotas Pellios 80), Angelos Anastasiadis, Spiros Livathinos (Ilias "Maik" Galakos 46), Pontikis, Petros Karavitis 
Poland: Stanisław Ryszard Burzyński, Rudolf Wojtowicz (Andrzej Demko 54), Paweł Janas, Wojciech Władysław Rudy, Mirosław Andrzej Bulzacki, Henryk Józef Maculewicz (Leszek Wolski 77), Tadeusz Jan Pawłowski, Zdzisław Ryszard Kapka, Marek Andrzej Kusto, Roman Grzegorz Ogaza, Kazimierz Kmiecik
Patras. ARB.: Rădulescu (Romania).  

19.11.1975 Bulgaria 1-0 Poland
Goals: Yordan Yordanov 89
Bulgaria: Boris Manolkov, Ivo Bratanov, Ivan Tishanski, Georgi Bonev, Radoslav Belyov, Todor Barzov, Stoyan Iliev, Angel Kolev (Spas Dzhevizov 62), Nikola Hristov, Yordan Yordanov, Bogomil Simov 
Poland: Stanisław Ryszard Burzyński, Rudolf Wojtowicz, Paweł Janas, Wojciech Rudy, Mirosław Andrzej Bulzacki, Jan Erlich, Tadeusz Jan Pawłowski, Zbigniew Kazimierz Boniek (Zdzisław Ryszard Kapka 75), Zbigniew Tadeusz Hnatio, Roman Grzegorz Ogaza, Marek Andrzej Kusto (Janusz Sybis 61)
Haskovo. Stadion Dimitar Kanev. 10000 spectators. ARB.: Orhan Cebe (Turkey).
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Group 4
1. SCOTLAND    4   4 0 0   11- 2   8
2. Romania         4   1 1 2    8- 9    3
3. Denmark         4   0 1 3    4-12   1

12.10.1974 Romania 6-2 Denmark
Goals: Viorel Năstase 16, Gheorghe Mulţescu 26, 37, 73, Dudu Georgescu 55, Zoltan Crişan 60 / Jens KOLDING 41, Poul AABLING 45
Romania: Mihai Jivan, Paul Cazan, Dumitru, Bruno Grigore (Ion Matescu 77), Sandu, Gheorghe Mulţescu, Ion Ion (Zoltan Crişan 55), Teodor Lucuță, Ion Atodiresei, Dudu Georgescu, Viorel Năstase 
Denmark: Per POULSEN, John ANDERSEN (Erik ERIKSEN 72), Jan KNUDSEN (Michael HYLDGAARD 65), Ole RASMUSSEN, Niels TUNE, Allan HANSEN 01.05.1952, Allan HANSEN 21.04.1956, Torben HANSEN, Jens KOLDING, Ole SKOUBOE, Poul AABLING 
Bucharest. 6500 spectators. ARB.: Nikola Mladenović (Yugoslavia). 

10.05.1975 Denmark 1-1 Romania
Goals: Bjarne PETTERSSON 75 or 77 / Aurel "Aurică" Beldeanu 65 or 66
Denmark: Ole KJÆR, Michael HYLDGAARD (Erik ERIKSEN 63), Ole HØJGAARD, Jørgen LORENTZEN, Niels TUNE, Søren ANDREASEN (Carsten NIELSEN 63), Jens Jørn BERTELSEN, Allan HANSEN 01.05.1952, Jens KOLDING, Claus LARSEN, Bjarne PETTERSSON
Romania: Dumitru „Țețe” Moraru, Alexandru Grigoraș, Viorel Smărandache, Florin (Flocea) Marin, Petre Purima, Dumitru, Gheorghe Mulţescu, Aurel "Aurică" Beldeanu, Radu Troi, Viorel Năstase (Marcel Răducanu 81), Mihai Dănilă (Nicolae Manea 81)
Holbæk. Holbæk Stadion. 1450 spectators. ARB.: Jan Peeters (Belgium). 

31.05.1975 Romania 1-2 Scotland 
Goals: Aurel "Aurică" Beldeanu 65 / Willie Young 34, Willie Pettigrew 74
Romania: Dumitru „Țețe” Moraru, Alexandru Grigoraș, Florin (Flocea) Marin, Dumitru (Gheorghe Mulţescu 67), Marin Zamfir, Aurel "Aurică" Beldeanu, Marcel Răducanu, Ladislau (László) Bölöni, Radu Troi, Iuliu Hajnal, Marin Radu (Viorel Năstase 75)  
Scotland: Alan Rough, Gordon Melville Smith, Stewart Houston, Pat McCluskey, Willie Young, David Narey, Alfie Conn (Arthur Graham 75), Willie Pettigrew (Gordon Duffield Smith 77), James F.Pearson, Andy Gray, Tommy Craig       
Pitești. 10000 spectators. ARB.: Anatoliy Ivanov (USSR). 

02.09.1975 Denmark 0-1 Scotland 
Goal: Des Bremner 28 or 29
Denmark: Ole KJÆR, John ANDERSEN, Per Hester HANSEN, Ole HØJGAARD, Jørgen LORENTZEN, Ole RASMUSSEN, Knud Herbert SØRENSEN, Svend Erik CHRISTENSEN (Jens Jørn BERTELSEN 69), Lars BASTRUP, Bjarne PETERSEN, Søren SKOV (Carsten NIELSEN 81) 
Scotland: Alan Rough, Gordon Melville Smith, Frank Gray, David Narey, Willie Young, Pat McCluskey, James F.Pearson, Des Bremner, Willie Pettigrew (Arthur Graham 79), Joe Craig, Tommy Craig
Fredrikshavn. Frederikshavn Stadion. 5700 spectators. ARB.: Klaus Scheurell (East Germany).

28.10.1975 Scotland 4-1 Denmark
Goals: 1-0 Andy Gray 11, 2-0 Andy Gray 32, 3-1 Andy Gray 74, 4-1 Robert (Bobby) Prentice 75 / 2-1 Jan Schultz HANSEN 
Scotland: Alan Rough, Gordon Melville Smith, Frank Gray, David Narey (Robert (Bobby) Prentice 64), Roddy McDonald, Willie Miller, Alfie Conn, Des Bremner, Willie Pettigrew, Andy Gray, Tommy Craig     
Denmark: Per POULSEN, Ole HØJGAARD, Allan HANSEN 01.05.1952, Knud Herbert SØRENSEN, Jens STEFFENSEN, Jørgen LORENTZEN, Jens Jørn BERTELSEN, Carsten NIELSEN, Jan Schultz HANSEN, Frank ARNESEN (Per Hester HANSEN), Søren SKOV (Charlie PEDERSEN) 
Edinburgh. Tynecastle. 14000 or 16500 spectators. ARB.: Lars-Åke Björk (Sweden). 

16.12.1975 Scotland 4-0 Romania
Goals: Willie Pettigrew 40, 51, Des Bremner 63, Tommy Craig 84 penalty
Scotland: Alan Rough, Gordon Melville Smith, Frank Gray, Robert (Bobby) Prentice, Alan Hansen, Willie Miller, Alfie Conn (Gordon Duffield Smith), Des Bremner, Willie Pettigrew, Joe Craig, Tommy Craig     
Romania: Dumitru „Țețe” Moraru (Constantin Traian Ştefan 52), Petre Purima, Ştefan Gligore, Vasile Dobrau, Ion Ciocan, Ludovic Kaizer, Viorel Mureşan, Tiberiu Poraczky, Marcel Răducanu, Radu Troi, Cristian Vrinceanu (Ion Atodiresei 46)
Falkirk. Brockville Park. 8000 spectators. 
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Group 1
1. ENGLAND         4    3 1 0    9- 4    7
2. Portugal           4    1 1 2    5- 6    3
3. Czechoslovakia 4    0 2 2    3- 7    2

29.10.1974 England 3-1 Czechoslovakia
Goals: Peter John Taylor 3 or 4, David Mills 19 or 20, Brian Greenhoff 81 or 82 / Petr Slaný 84 penalty or 86 penalty 
England: Alan Stevenson, John Gidman, Alan Kennedy, Steve Perryman, Mick Lyons, Alan Dodd, Brian Greenhoff, David Mills, David Johnson (Ray Hankin), Peter John Taylor, Barry Powell     
Czechoslovakia: Ján Cepo, Jindřich Svoboda, Zdeněk Prokeš, Milan Zvarík (Jiří Hamřík 46), Jozef Barmoš, Miroslav Gerhát, Ladislav Jurkemik, Jozef Bajza, Petr Slaný, Karel Kroupa, Peter Mráz      
London. Selhurst Park. 22799 spectators. ARB.: Johannes "Jan" Nicolaus Ignacius Keizer (Netherlands)

19.11.1974 Portugal 2-3 England
Goals: MINERVINO José Lopes PIETRA 87, GABRIEL Azevedo Mendes 89 / David Johnson 10, 90, Peter John Taylor 35
Portugal: MANUEL Galrinho BENTO, JOÃO Fernando Mendes RAMALHO, JOSÉ de Jesus MENDES, AMÂNDIO Ramiro BARREIRAS, GABRIEL Azevedo Mendes, MINERVINO José Lopes PIETRA, RODOLFO dos Reis FERREIRA, FERNANDO Mendes Soares GOMES, JOSÉ Carlos Gonçalves ABREU, JOSÉ DOMINGOS Fernandes (Armando RUI Augusto LOPES 61), IBRAIM Verde SILVA
England: Alan Stevenson, Geoff Palmer, Alan Kennedy, Steve Perryman, Mick Lyons, Alan Dodd, Michael (Mick) Buckley (Barry Powell 11), David Armstrong, David Johnson, Trevor Whymark, Peter John Taylor     
Lisbon. Estádio Da Luz. 3000 spectators. ARB.: Pedro María Urrestarazu Elordi (Spain). Yellow cards: GABRIEL Azevedo Mendes, Barry Powell. Red cards: Steve Perryman 55 or Steve Perryman was sent off after 57

30.04.1975 Portugal 2-0 Czechoslovakia
Goals: Marián Elefant own goal, JOSÉ Carlos Gonçalves ABREU 72 penalty
Portugal: MANUEL Galrinho BENTO, JOÃO Fernando Mendes RAMALHO, GUILHERME Manuel Rodrigues COSTA (AMÍLCAR Lopes DA FONSECA 69), AMÂNDIO Ramiro BARREIRAS, GABRIEL Azevedo Mendes, RODOLFO dos Reis FERREIRA, VÍTOR Manuel PEREIRA, JOSÉ Carlos Gonçalves ABREU, MANUEL José Tavares FERNANDES, ROMEU Fernando Fernandes Silva, IBRAIM Verde SILVA
Czechoslovakia: Stanislav Seman, Marián Elefant, Jiří Hamřík, Zdeněk Prokeš, Jozef Barmoš, Jozef Šajánek, Petr Slaný, Arnošt Kvasnica (Ivan Bilský), Jiří Ženíšek, František Štambachr (Jiří Hajský), Peter Mráz (Jiří Hajský) 
Faro. Estádio de São Luís. 4000 spectators. ARB.: Giulio Ciacci (Italy). 

28.10.1975 Czechoslovakia 1-1 England
Goals: Karel Kroupa 10 / Peter John Taylor 47 or 48
Czechoslovakia: Pavol Michalík, Ladislav Lipnický, Jozef Šajánek, Jiří Hamřík, Jozef Barmoš, Ján Kozák, Petr Slaný, František Štambachr, Peter Herda, Karel Kroupa, Jiří Hajský     
England: Phil Parkes, John Gidman, Alan Kennedy, Alan Dodd, Mick Lyons, Tony Towers, Michael (Mick) Buckley, David Mills, Phil Boyer, Ian Moores (Peter John Taylor 46), David Armstrong    
Trnava. Štadión Antona Malatinského. 4000 or 6000 spectators. ARB.: Franz Latzin (Austria).

12.11.1975 Czechoslovakia 1-1 Portugal
Goals: František Štambachr 30 / FERNANDO Mendes Soares GOMES 89 or 90+1 
Czechoslovakia: Pavol Michalík, Pavol Biroš, Jozef Šajánek, Jozef Oboril, Jozef Barmoš, Peter Herda, František Štambachr, Petr Slaný, Jindřich Svoboda (Pavol Bojkovský 69), Karel Kroupa, Jiří Hajský
Portugal: António José de Oliveira Meireles “TIBI”, JOÃO Fernando Mendes RAMALHO, Francisco José Teles de Andrade “ZÉZINHO”, JOSÉ de Jesus MENDES, JOÃO Soares CARDOSO, SHÉU Han, António Manuel FRASCO Vieira (RODOLFO dos Reis FERREIRA 80 or 83), ADELINO de Jesus TEIXEIRA, JOSÉ Carlos Gonçalves ABREU, JÚLIO CARLOS da Costa Augusto (FRANCISCO António Lucas VITAL 46 or 69), FERNANDO Mendes Soares GOMES
Teplice. Stadion 9. Května or Stadion Na Stínadlech. 5000 spectators. ARB.: Zygmunt Stachura (Poland). Yellow cards: ADELINO de Jesus TEIXEIRA, Jozef Šajánek    

18.11.1975 England 2-0 Portugal
Goals: Peter John Taylor 5, David Mills 63
England: Mervyn Day, John Gidman, Alan Kennedy, Tony Towers, Thomas Frederick Taylor, Alan Dodd, Ray Wilkins, Trevor Francis (David Mills 24), David Johnson, Peter John Taylor, David Armstrong       
Portugal: António José de Oliveira Meireles “TIBI”, Francisco José Teles de Andrade “ZÉZINHO” (VÍTOR Manuel PEREIRA 46), JOÃO Soares CARDOSO, JOSÉ de Jesus MENDES, JOÃO Fernando Mendes RAMALHO (Mário Abreu Alves Silva “MÁRINHO” 46), ADELINO de Jesus TEIXEIRA, SHÉU Han, António Manuel FRASCO Vieira, JOSÉ Carlos Gonçalves ABREU, FERNANDO Mendes Soares GOMES, FRANCISCO António Lucas VITAL
London. Selhurst Park. 19472 spectators. ARB.: Rolf Ericsson (Sweden).
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Group 2
1. HUNGARY         4   3 1 0  11- 2    7
2. Austria               4   1 2 1   6- 6     4
3. Luxembourg       4   0 1 3   2-11    1

13.10.1974 Luxembourg 0-3 Hungary
Goals: Tibor Hauzer 13, 83, János Fehérvári 42
Luxembourg: Johny Majerus, Claude Michaux, Henri Roemer, Jean-Louis Margue, René Schiltz, Gilbert Dresch, Roger Philippi, Claude Nilles (Marc Colle 87 or 88) , Roland Thill, Gilbert Zender, Guy Allamano (Guy Weis or Pierre Turci 46)
Hungary: András Dombai, Lajos Godán, István Néder, László Csorna, József Tóth, Béla Kovács, Károly Csapó, Sándor Zombori, János Fehérvári, István Soós, Tibor Hauzer 
Luxembourg. Municipal. 500 spectators. ARB.: Jan Peeters (Belgium). Yellow card: László Csorna

13.11.1974 Luxembourg 1-3 Austria 
Goals: Gilbert Dresch / Wilhelm Cerny 15, Helmut Weigl 47, Karl Daxbacher 60  
Luxembourg: Johny Majerus, Henri Roemer, Jean-Louis Margue, Jean Zuang, René Schiltz, Jean-Paul Lehnen (Roland Thill 46), Albert May, Claude Michaux, Léon Mond (Guy Weis 77), Pierrot Langers, Gilbert Dresch
Austria: ?,  Wilhelm Cerny, Helmut Weigl, Karl Daxbacher
Esch-sur-Alzette or Luxembourg. Municipal. ARB.: Jean Bancourt (France).

02.04.1975 Austria 2-2 Hungary
Goals: Kurt Widmann 6 or 14, Alfred Hala 83 or 84 / László Horváth 55, Károly Czeczeli 65 
Austria: Fritz Benko, Herwig Kircher, Norbert Ebster, Bruno Edmund Pezzey, Jaroslav Pirnus, Helmut Weigl, Karl Daxbacher, Felix Gasselich (Günther Happich 46), Kurt Widmann, Alfred Hala, Gernot Jurtin 
Hungary: Sándor Gujdár, Lajos Godán, István Kocsis, László Csorna, Károly Czeczeli, Béla Kovács, Ferenc Oláh (Sándor Lukács 59), László Horváth, László Szokolai, István Gass, Tibor Hauzer (Jenő Kunszt 46)
Wien. 20000 spectators. ARB.: Rudolf Frickel (West Germany). Yellow cards: Günther Happich, László Csorna

23.09.1975 Hungary 2-0 Austria 
Goals: Ferenc Szabó 50 or 52, 65 or 68 
Hungary: Sándor Gujdár, Lajos Godán, Lajos Garamvölgyi, Zoltán Kereki, Károly Czeczeli, Zoltán Ebedli (József Pásztor 35 or 40), Károly Csapó, Sándor Zombori, László Fekete (Gábor Morgós 70 or 74), Ferenc Szabó, István Magyar 
Austria: Herbert „Funki“ Feurer, Günter Pospischil, Norbert Ebster, Egon Pajenk, Dieter Mirnegg, Helmut Weigl, Karl Daxbacher, Ferdinand Bartosch, Kurt Widmann (Wilhelm Pöll 78 or 79), Alfred Hala, Werner Schwarz
Szolnok. 8000 spectators. ARB.: Domenico Serafino (Italy). Yellow cards: Werner Schwarz, Károly Czeczeli, Helmut Weigl, Norbert Ebster. 

15.10.1975 Austria 1-1 Luxembourg 
Goals: Werner Schwarz 36 penalty / Henri Roemer 4
Austria: ?, Werner Schwarz
Luxembourg: ?, Henri Roemer
Wien. 

19.10.1975 Hungary 4-0 Luxembourg
Goals: Zoltán Kereki 10, Farkas 26, Gusztáv Kelemen 30, Ignác Izsó 86
Hungary: Sándor Gujdár, Lajos Godán, József Salamon, Zoltán Kereki, József Tóth, Béla Kovács, Farkas (M.Varga 63), András Komjáti, Gusztáv Kelemen, István Kocsis, István Magyar (Ignác Izsó 46)
Luxembourg: Julien Wambach, Justin Gloden, Jean-Louis Margue, Henri Roemer, Pierre Turci, Gilbert Dresch, Adrien Koster (Julien Bauer 60 or 67), Léon Mond, Romain Delhalt (Jean-Paul Baus 70 or 73), Robert Thillens, Albert Graff
Körmend. 3000 spectators. ARB.: Miroslav Živný (Czechoslovakia). Yellow cards: Léon Mond, Justin Gloden
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Group 5
1. NETHERLANDS       4  3 1 0  10- 3   7
2. Italy                          4   2 1 1   9- 6   5
3. Finland                    4   0 0 4   2-12   0
 
25.09.1974 Netherlands 3-0 Finland
Goals: Petrus Wilhelmus (Peter) Arntz 44 penalty, Nico Jansen 47, Henricus Carolus Gerardus (Harry) Lubse 60
Netherlands: Harry Schellekens, Pim van Dord (Hendrikus ("Henk") van Rijnsoever 78 or 85), Jos Lacroix, Johnny Dusbaba, Jan Everse, Cornelis (Kees) Kist, Petrus Wilhelmus (Peter) Arntz, Jaap Bos (Robert ("Bobby") Vosmaer 25), Nico Jansen, Henricus Carolus Gerardus (Harry) Lubse, Lambertus (Bert) van Marwijk  
Finland: Pekka Hieta, Markku Närvä, Raimo Vierikko, Reijo Vaittinen, Pekka Vepsäläinen, Pertti Kalevi Jantunen, Mikko Lampi (Tapio "Ekku" Raatikainen), Jarmo Manninen, Anders Backman, Salo (Koponen 66), Kari Luotonen (Tapio "Ekku" Raatikainen 88)
Deventer. 1974 or 2000 spectators. ARB.: Norbert Rolles (Luxembourg).
 
19.11.1974 Netherlands 3-2 Italy
Goals: Henricus Carolus Gerardus (Harry) Lubse 15 or 16 or 17, 79 or 80 or 81, Cornelis (Kees) Kist 65 or Mauro Della Martira 65 own goal or 66 own goal  / Eraldo Pecci 31, Salvatore Garritano 70 or 71
Netherlands: André van Gerven, Kees Krijgh, Adrianus ("Adrie") Ambrosius Cornelis van Kraaij, Ton Wickel, Wim Meutstege, Franciscus (Frans) Johannes Thijssen (Robert ("Bobby") Vosmaer 65 or 67), Henricus Carolus Gerardus (Harry) Lubse, Petrus Wilhelmus (Peter) Arntz, Cornelis (Kees) Kist, Johan Zuidema, Jan van Deinsen        
Italy: Massimo Cacciatori, Claudio Gentile, Aldo Maldera, Loris Boni, Mauro Della Martira, Gaetano Scirea, Domenico Caso, Eraldo Pecci, Egidio Calloni, Lionello Massimelli (Salvatore Garritano 46), Vito D'Amico       
's-Hertogenbosch (Den Bosch). 3000 or 3500 spectators. ARB.: Heinz Aldinger (West Germany). Yellow cards: Johan Zuidema, Eraldo Pecci, Lionello Massimelli  
 
05.06.1975 Italy 3-0 Finland
Goals: Gianfranco Casarsa 23, Egidio Calloni 44, 62   
Italy: Paolo Conti, Luigi Danova, Aldo Maldera, Loris Boni, Mauro Della Martira, Graziano Bini, Vito D'Amico, Eraldo Pecci, Gianfranco Casarsa, Domenico Caso (Agostino Di Bartolomei 61), Egidio Calloni     
Finland: Olli Matias Isoaho, Raimo Saari, Raimo Vierikko, Juha Kyösti Sakari Helin, Pekka Vepsäläinen, Risto Rosenberg, Juha Kalevi Dahllund, Aki Heiskanen, Kari Luotonen, Rutger Petterson (Markku Närvä 76), Ari-Pekka Heikkinen (Raimo Kuuluvainen 16)
Pescara. Stadio Adriatico. 14000 spectators.
 
03.09.1975 Finland 0-3 Netherlands
Goals: Wilhelmus Antonius ("Willy") van de Kerkhof 14, Wim Meutstege 21, Jan van Deinsen 64
Finland: Pekka Hieta, Raimo Vierikko, Reijo Vaittinen, Vesa Pulliainen, Pekka Vepsäläinen, Anders Backman, Kenth Myntti (Juha Kalevi Dahllund), Esa Heiskanen (Raimo Paldanius), Jarmo Flink, Matti Eskelinen, Rutger Petterson
Netherlands: Harry Schellekens, Wim Meutstege, Kees Krijgh, Luuk Balkestein, Jan Everse, Wilhelmus Antonius ("Willy") van de Kerkhof, Petrus Wilhelmus (Peter) Arntz, Hugo Hermanus Hovenkamp, Martien Vreijsen, Nico Jansen, Jan van Deinsen
Kokkola. 3000 spectators. ARB.: Kjell Wahlen (Norway). 
 
28.09.1975 Finland 2-3 Italy
Goals: Aki Heiskanen 11, 35 penalty or 38 penalty / Gianfranco Casarsa 26 or 27, 62 penalty or 63 penalty, Aldo Maldera 66
Finland: Pekka Hieta, Jarmo Ilola, Raimo Vierikko, Reijo Vaittinen, Vesa Pulliainen, Risto Rosenberg, Pekka Kymalainen (Kari Lindholm 72 or 73), Aki Heiskanen, Anders Backman (Raimo Kuuluvainen 78), Seppo Pyykkö, Matti Eskelinen   
Italy: Felice Pulici, Luigi Danova, Aldo Maldera, Loris Boni, Mauro Della Martira, Gaetano Scirea, Domenico Caso, Maurizio Orlandi, Gianfranco Casarsa, Vincenzo Guerini, Ezio Bertuzzo (Egidio Calloni 46)        
Helsinki. 400 spectators. ARB.: Anatoliy Ivanov (USSR).
 
14.01.1976 Italy 1-1 Netherlands
Goals: Paolino Pulici 20 penalty or 23 penalty or 24 penalty / Gaetano Scirea 49 own goal or Cornelis (Kees) Kist 48
Italy: Felice Pulici, Marco Tardelli, Aldo Maldera, Patrizio Sala, Roberto Mozzini, Gaetano Scirea, Vito D'Amico, Giancarlo Antognoni, Francesco Graziani (Gianfranco Casarsa 17 or 18), Eraldo Pecci (Loris Boni 64), Paolino Pulici        
Netherlands: Harry Schellekens, Petrus Wilhelmus (Peter) Arntz, Wilhelmus (Wim) Gerardus Rijsbergen, Adrianus ("Adrie") Ambrosius Cornelis van Kraaij, Jan Everse, Wilhelmus Antonius ("Willy") van de Kerkhof, Jan Peters, Franciscus (Frans) Johannes Thijssen, Cornelis (Kees) Kist, Henricus Carolus Gerardus (Harry) Lubse (Martien Vreijsen 80 or 81), Reinier Lambertus (René) van De Kerkhof (Jan van Deinsen 50)        
Roma. Stadio Olimpico. 42627 spectators. ARB.: Franz Wöhrer (Austria).
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QUARTERFINALS
18.02.1976 Netherlands 2-0 Scotland
Goals: Jan van Deinsen 47 or 48 or 49, Cornelis (Kees) Kist 70 or 71 or 74 or 75
Netherlands: Jan Ruiter, Petrus Wilhelmus (Peter) Arntz, Wilhelmus (Wim) Gerardus Rijsbergen, Adrianus ("Adrie") Ambrosius Cornelis van Kraaij, Jan Everse, Wilhelmus Antonius ("Willy") van de Kerkhof (Wim Meutstege 46), Johannes Wilhelmus (Jan) Peters, Henricus Carolus Gerardus (Harry) Lubse, Cornelis (Kees) Kist, Wim Jansen, Jan van Deinsen    
Scotland: Alan Rough, John J.Brownlie, Charles (Chic) McLelland, Willie Miller, William (Willie) McVie (David Narey 75), Graeme Souness, Kenny Burns, Des Bremner, Joe Craig, Kenny Dalglish, Derek Johnstone  
Breda. 14000 or 17000 spectators. ARB.: Nielsen (Denmark). Yellow card: Willie Miller  
 
24.03.1976 Scotland 2-0 Netherlands [aet, 3-4 penalty]
Goals: Derek Johnstone 15 or 16, Colin Jackson 32 or 33
Penalty: 1-0 Willie Miller, 1-1 Cornelis (Kees) Kist, 1-1 Joe Jordan, 1-2 Hendrikus ("Henk") van Rijnsoever, 2-2 John J.Brownlie, 2-2 Wim Meutstege, 3-2 Frank Gray, 3-3 Jan van Deinsen, 3-3 Tommy Craig, 3-4 Aad Kila    
Scotland: Alan Rough, John J.Brownlie, Frank Gray, Willie Miller, Colin Jackson, Tommy Craig, Des Bremner, Willie Pettigrew, Joe Jordan, James (Jimmy) Smith (Peter Dickson 68), Derek Johnstone        
Netherlands: Harry Schellekens, Wim Meutstege, Jos Lacroix (Hendrikus ("Henk") van Rijnsoever 46), Luuk Balkestein, Jan Everse, Aad Kila, Henricus Carolus Gerardus (Harry) Lubse, Hugo Hermanus Hovenkamp (Lambertus (Bert) van Marwijk 68), Cornelis (Kees) Kist, Dirk "Dick" Jacobus Willem Nanninga, Jan van Deinsen    
Edinburgh. Easter Road. 30000 or 32000 spectators. ARB.: Klaus Ohmsen (West Germany)
 
10.03.1976 Hungary 3-0 England
Goals: Tibor Nyilasi 19 or 20, 62 or 63, Ferenc Szabó 59 or 60
Hungary: Sándor Gujdár, Sándor Paróczai, László Bálint, Tibor Rab, Sándor Lukács, Tibor Nyilasi, Zoltán Ebedli, Sándor Zombori (Károly Csapó 70 or 72), László Pusztai, Ferenc Szabó, Béla Várady (László Fekete 57)      
England: Mark Wallington, John Gidman, Alan Kennedy, Tony Towers, Phil Thompson, Alan Dodd, Trevor Francis (David Mills 63), David Johnson, Jimmy Greenhoff, Alan Hudson, Gerry Francis        
Budapest. Népstadion. 16000 or 22000 spectators. ARB.: André Favre (Switzerland). Yellow cards: Tibor Nyilasi, László Fekete 
 
23.03.1976 England 3-1 Hungary  
Goals: Jimmy Case 21 or 22, Gordon Hill 72 or 74, Graham Paddon 80 or 84 / László Fekete 20 or 21
England: Mark Wallington, Irving Nattrass, Alan Kennedy, Brian Greenhoff, Kevin Lock, Ray Wilkins, Steve Coppell, Jimmy Case, Stuart Pearson, Graham Paddon, Gordon Hill      
Hungary: Sándor Gujdár, Sándor Paróczai, László Bálint, Tibor Rab, Sándor Lukács, Béla Kovács (Sándor Zombori 46), Sándor Pintér, Zoltán Ebedli, László Fekete (Zoltán Kereki 78), István Weimper, István Magyar       
Manchester. Old Trafford. 33410 spectators. ARB.: Robert Schaut (Belgium). Yellow card: Sándor Zombori
 
20.04.1976 France 2-1 USSR
Goals: Gilles Rampillon 25, Jacques Zimako 58 / Ramaz Shengelia 47 or 53
France: Dominique Dropsy, Gérard Janvion, Maxime Bossis, Christian Lopez, Marius Trésor, Henri Michel, Jacques Zimako (Olivier Rouyer 68), Dominique Bathenay (Alain Giresse 33 or 36), Bernard Lacombe, Gilles Rampillon, Christian Sarramagna
USSR: Viktor Radaev Виктор Радаев, Viktor Kruglov Виктор Круглов, Aleksandr Bubnov Александр Бубнов, Valeriy Goncharov Валерий Гончаров, Armenak Sarkisyan Арменак Саркисян, Yuriy Adzhem Юрий Аджем, Khoren Oganesyan Хорен Оганесян (Ramaz Shengelia Рамаз Шенгелия 46), Mikhail An Михаил Ан, Vladimir Fyodorov Владимир Фёдоров, Yuriy Kovalyov Юрий Ковалёв, David Kipiani Давид Кипиани
Paris. Parc des Princes. 20000 or 25000 spectators. ARB.: John Carpenter (Ireland).
 
25.04.1976 USSR 2-1 France [aet, 4-2 penalty]
Goals: Vladimir Fyodorov 49 or 50, 75 / Bernard Lacombe 19
Penalty: 0-1 Henri Michel, 1-1 Pyotr Slobodyan, 1-1 Alain Giresse, 2-1 Mikhail An, 2-1 Christian Lopez, 3-1 Sergey Petrenko, 3-2 Francisco Rubio, 4-2 Armenak Sarkisyan, 4-2 Christian Sarramagna
USSR: Viktor Radaev Виктор Радаев, Viktor Kruglov Виктор Круглов, Aleksandr Bubnov Александр Бубнов, Valeriy Goncharov Валерий Гончаров, Armenak Sarkisyan Арменак Саркисян, Sergey Petrenko Сергей Петренко, Ramaz Shengelia Рамаз Шенгелия (Khoren Oganesyan Хорен Оганесян 46), Mikhail An Михаил Ан, Vladimir Fyodorov Владимир Фёдоров, Yuriy Kovalyov Юрий Ковалёв (Pyotr Slobodyan Пётр Слободян 46), David Kipiani Давид Кипиани
France: Dominique Dropsy, Patrick Battiston (Francisco Rubio 91), Maxime Bossis, Christian Lopez, Marius Trésor, Gérard Janvion, Olivier Rouyer, Henri Michel, Alain Giresse, Bernard Lacombe (Jacques Zimako 91), Christian Sarramagna
Moscow. Lokomotiv Stadium. 11000 or 3000 spectators. ARB.: Heinz Aldinger (West Germany). Yellow cards: Marius Trésor, Henri Michel, Bernard Lacombe, Viktor Kruglov Виктор Круглов, Vladimir Fyodorov Владимир Фёдоров
 
21.04.1976 Bulgaria 2-3 Yugoslavia
Goals: Pavel Panov 33, Kiril Milanov 42 / Vahid Halilhodžić 61 penalty, Fuad Mulahasanović 63, 87
Bulgaria: Boris Manolkov, Nikolay Grancharov, Dimitar Enchev, Milcho Evtimov, Angel Rangelov, Borislav Dimitrov (Ivan Metodiev 72), Voin Voynov, Yordan Yordanov, Kiril Milanov, Pavel Panov, Stoyan Iliev (Atanas Aleksandrov 74) 
Yugoslavia: Petar Borota, Đorđe Vujkov, Vedran Rožić, Velimir Zajec, Predrag Tomić, Ljubiša Rajković, Dušan Nikolić, Fuad Mulahasanović, Vahid Halilhodžić, Dušan Savić (Milovan Obradović 60), Srboljub Stamenković (Borislav (Boriša) Đorđević 46)
Ruse. Gradski Stadion. 20000 or 25000 spectators. ARB.: Constantin (Romania).
 
28.04.1976 Yugoslavia 2-1 Bulgaria    
Goals: Fuad Mulahasanović 55, Vahid Halilhodžić 56 or 57 / Chavdar Tzvetkov 27 or 28
Yugoslavia: Petar Borota, Đorđe Vujkov, Vedran Rožić, Velimir Zajec, Predrag Tomić (Milovan Obradović 79), Ljubiša Rajković, Dušan Nikolić, Fuad Mulahasanović, Vahid Halilhodžić, Slobodan Pavković, Borislav (Boriša) Đorđević (Sušić 60)
Bulgaria: Georgi Tikhanov, Tsonyo Vasilev, Todor Marev, Milcho Evtimov, Dimitar Enchev, Angel Rangelov (Spas Dzhevizov 60), Voin Voynov (Stoyan Iliev 77), Ivan Metodiev, Borislav Dimitrov, Atanas Garabski, Chavdar Tzvetkov  
Niš. Gradski Stadion Čair (Radnićki). 18000 spectators. ARB.: Jerzy Świstek (Poland).
SEMIFINALS
12.05.1976 Hungary 3-2 Yugoslavia
Goals: Zoltán Kereki 23 or 24, 63 or 64, Lajos Májer 39 / Vahid Halilhodžić 27 or 28, Fuad Mulahasanović 75
Hungary: Sándor Gujdár, Zoltán Kereki, László Bálint, Tibor Rab, Sándor Lukács, Zoltán Ebedli, Sándor Pintér, Lajos Májer (László Fekete 52), Tibor Nyilasi, Ferenc Szabó (István Weimper 52), István Magyar
Yugoslavia: Petar Borota, Slavoljub Muslin, Vedran Rožić, Ljubiša Rajković, Đorđe Vujkov, Velimir Zajec, Fuad Mulahasanović, Slobodan Pavković, Dušan Nikolić (Boro Primorac 52), Borislav (Boriša) Đorđević (Rajko Janjanin 52), Vahid Halilhodžić
Budapest. 25000 spectators. ARB.: Nicolae Rainea (Romania). Yellow cards: István Weimper, Ljubiša Rajković
 
19.05.1976 Yugoslavia 1-1 Hungary
Goals: Vahid Halilhodžić 38 / László Fekete 62
Hungary: Sándor Gujdár, Zoltán Kereki, Attila Kerekes, Laszlo Bálint, Sándor Lukács, Tibor Nyilasi (Ferenc Szabó 78), Zoltán Ebedli (Ferenc Csongrádi 7), Sándor Pintér, László Fekete, Ignác Izsó, István Magyar
Yugoslavia: Petar Borota, Slavoljub Muslin (Rajko Janjanin 68), Vedran Rožić, Ljubiša Rajković, Đorđe Vujkov, Velimir Zajec, Fuad Mulahasanović (Pavle Grubješić 75), Slobodan Pavković, Dušan Nikolić, Borislav (Boriša) Đorđević, Vahid Halilhodžić
Novi Sad. 20000 spectators. ARB.: Adolf Prokop (East Germany).  
 
19.05.1976 USSR 3-0 Netherlands
Goals: Ronald Spelbos 4 own goal, David Kipiani 38, 59 or 60
USSR: Viktor Radaev Виктор Радаев, Viktor Kruglov Виктор Круглов, Valeriy Gorbunov Валерий Горбунов, Nikita Vysokikh Никита Высоких, Armenak Sarkisyan Арменак Саркисян, Yuriy Adzhem Юрий Аджем, Vladimir Gutsaev Владимир Гуцаев, Mikhail An Михаил Ан, Vladimir Fyodorov Владимир Фёдоров, Khoren Oganesyan Хорен Оганесян (Yuriy Pudyshev Юрий Пудышев 63), David Kipiani Давид Кипиани 
Netherlands: Harry Schellekens, Hendrikus ("Henk") van Rijnsoever (Andreas (André) Cornelis Bernardus Maria Oostrom 46), Ronald Spelbos, Jos Lacroix, Jan Everse (Andreas (André) Cornelis Bernardus Maria Oostrom 46), Aad Kila (Jan van Deinsen 63), Petrus Wilhelmus (Peter) Arntz, Hugo Hermanus Hovenkamp, Cornelis (Kees) Kist, Dirk "Dick" Jacobus Willem Nanninga, Lambertus (Bert) van Marwijk
Moscow. The large sports arena of the Central Lenin Stadium. 5000 spectators. ARB.: Erik Axelryd (Sweden). Yellow cards: Armenak Sarkisyan Арменак Саркисян, Mikhail An Михаил Ан, Lambertus (Bert) van Marwijk
 
26.05.1976 Netherlands 1-0 USSR
Goal: Lambertus (Bert) van Marwijk 52 or 53
Netherlands: Leendert (Leen) Barth, Hendrikus ("Henk") van Rijnsoever, Petrus Wilhelmus (Peter) Arntz, Luuk Balkestein, Wim Meutstege, Henk van Leeuwen, Hugo Hermanus Hovenkamp, Cornelis (Kees) Kist, Dirk "Dick" Jacobus Willem Nanninga, Jan van Deinsen, Lambertus (Bert) van Marwijk
USSR: Viktor Radaev Виктор Радаев, Viktor Kruglov Виктор Круглов, Valeriy Gorbunov Валерий Горбунов, Nikita Vysokikh Никита Высоких, Armenak Sarkisyan Арменак Саркисян, Yuriy Adzhem Юрий Аджем (Vasiliy Shvetsov Василий Швецов 75 or 80), Vladimir Gutsaev Владимир Гуцаев, Mikhail An Михаил Ан, Vladimir Fyodorov Владимир Фёдоров, Sergey Petrenko Сергей Петренко, David Kipiani Давид Кипиани
Kerkrade. Gemeentelijk Sportpark Kaalheide. 8500 or 19000 spectators. ARB.: Roland Racine (Switzerland). Yellow cards: Dirk "Dick" Jacobus Willem Nanninga, Valeriy Gorbunov Валерий Горбунов, Sergey Petrenko Сергей Петренко
 
FINAL
19.06.1976 Hungary 1-1 USSR
Goals: Tibor Nyilasi 2 / Pyotr Slobodyan 64 or 65 or 70       
Hungary: Sándor Gujdár, Zoltán Kereki, László Bálint, Sándor Lukács, Zoltán Ebedli, Tibor Rab (Béla Kovács 58 or 59), Lajos Májer, Tibor Nyilasi, Ferenc Szabó, Sándor Pintér, István Magyar (Béla Várady 46)
USSR: Viktor Radaev Виктор Радаев, Viktor Kruglov Виктор Круглов, Valeriy Gorbunov Валерий Горбунов, Nikita Vysokikh Никита Высоких, Vasiliy Shvetsov Василий Швецов, Yuriy Adzhem Юрий Аджем (Sergey Petrenko Сергей Петренко 62 or 63), Vladimir Gutsaev Владимир Гуцаев, Aleksandr Minaev Александр Минаев, Mikhail An Михаил Ан, Pyotr Slobodyan Пётр Слободян, David Kipiani Давид Кипиани (Khoren Oganesyan Хорен Оганесян 62 or 63)
Budapest. Üllői úti stadion (FTC-stadion). 28000 spectators. ARB.: John Robertson Proudfoot Gordon (Scotland).
 
23.06.1976 USSR 2-1 Hungary 
Goals: Vladimir Fyodorov 21, Vladimir Gutsaev 39 / István Magyar 53   
USSR: Viktor Radaev Виктор Радаев, Viktor Kruglov Виктор Круглов, Valeriy Gorbunov Валерий Горбунов, Nikita Vysokikh Никита Высоких, Vasiliy Shvetsov Василий Швецов, Yuriy Adzhem Юрий Аджем, Vladimir Gutsaev Владимир Гуцаев, Mikhail An Михаил Ан, Vladimir Fyodorov Владимир Фёдоров (Valeriy Gazzaev Валерий Газзаев 66 or 67), Sergey Petrenko Сергей Петренко, Pyotr Slobodyan Пётр Слободян (David Kipiani Давид Кипиани 46)  
Hungary: Sándor Gujdár, Zoltán Kereki, Attila Kerekes, Sándor Lukács, Zoltán Ebedli (Béla Kovács 36), László Bálint, Lajos Májer (Ferenc Szabó 60), Tibor Nyilasi, Béla Várady, Sándor Pintér, István Magyar
Moscow. The large sports arena of the Central Lenin Stadium. 38000 spectators. ARB.: Hans-Joachim Weyland (West Germany). Yellow card: Sándor Pintér
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19.11.1974 Netherlands 3-2 Italy
Goals: Henricus Carolus Gerardus (Harry) Lubse 15 or 16 or 17, 79 or 80 or 81, Cornelis (Kees) Kist 65 or Mauro Della Martira 65 own goal or 66 own goal  / Eraldo Pecci 31, Salvatore Garritano 70 or 71
Netherlands: André van Gerven, Kees Krijgh, Adrianus ("Adrie") Ambrosius Cornelis van Kraaij, Ton Wickel, Wim Meutstege, Franciscus (Frans) Johannes Thijssen (Robert ("Bobby") Vosmaer 65 or 67), Henricus Carolus Gerardus (Harry) Lubse, Petrus Wilhelmus (Peter) Arntz, Cornelis (Kees) Kist, Johan Zuidema, Jan van Deinsen        
Italy: Massimo Cacciatori, Claudio Gentile, Aldo Maldera, Loris Boni, Mauro Della Martira, Gaetano Scirea, Domenico Caso, Eraldo Pecci, Egidio Calloni, Lionello Massimelli (Salvatore Garritano 46), Vito D'Amico       
's-Hertogenbosch (Den Bosch). 3000 or 3500 spectators. ARB.: Heinz Aldinger (West Germany). Yellow cards: Johan Zuidema, Eraldo Pecci, Lionello Massimelli  
 
La Stampa specifies that was without doubt an own-goal by Della Martira, because he deflected the ball with his shin.
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14.01.1976 Italy 1-1 Netherlands
Goals: Paolino Pulici 20 penalty or 23 penalty or 24 penalty / Gaetano Scirea 49 own goal or Cornelis (Kees) Kist 48
Italy: Felice Pulici, Marco Tardelli, Aldo Maldera, Patrizio Sala, Roberto Mozzini, Gaetano Scirea, Vito D'Amico, Giancarlo Antognoni, Francesco Graziani (Gianfranco Casarsa 17 or 18), Eraldo Pecci (Loris Boni 64), Paolino Pulici        
Netherlands: Harry Schellekens, Petrus Wilhelmus (Peter) Arntz, Wilhelmus (Wim) Gerardus Rijsbergen, Adrianus ("Adrie") Ambrosius Cornelis van Kraaij, Jan Everse, Wilhelmus Antonius ("Willy") van de Kerkhof, Jan Peters, Franciscus (Frans) Johannes Thijssen, Cornelis (Kees) Kist, Henricus Carolus Gerardus (Harry) Lubse (Martien Vreijsen 80 or 81), Reinier Lambertus (René) van De Kerkhof (Jan van Deinsen 50)        
Roma. Stadio Olimpico. 42627 spectators. ARB.: Franz Wöhrer (Austria).
La Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno from 15/01/1976 gives the goal to Kist at 48', but specifies that there was a slight deflection by Scirea.
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