1984 UEFA European Under-21 Championship

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1984 UEFA European Under-21 Championship

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DIE NEUE FUSSBALLWOCHE FUWO
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L´EXPRESS
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Group 1
1. SCOTLAND            6  4 2 0 11- 6  10
2. East Germany         6  3 1 2 13-14  7
3. Belgium                   6  2 2 2  8- 6  6
4. Switzerland             6  0 1 5 10-16  1
 
05.10.1982 Belgium 0-0 Switzerland
Belgium:  Dany Verlinden, Michel de Wolf, Van Walleghem, Rudi Cossey, Denis Loopmans, Leo van der Elst, Peter Creve, Gert Gijsels (Bernard Wégria 77), Koen Sanders (Van Damme 60), Dirk Goossens, Nico Claesen
Switzerland: Martin Brunner, Markus Tanner, Martin Andermatt, Beat Rietmann, Marco Schällibaum, Roger Kundert, Marcel Koller, Phillippe Perret, André Ladner, Beat Sutter, Winfried Kurz (Pascal Zaugg 90).
Seraing. Stade du FC Seraing. ARB.: Daily (Ireland). 1500 spectators. Yellow card: Dirk Goossens
 
12.10.1982 Scotland 2-0 East Germany
Goals: Colin Walsh 14, Neil Simpson 63       
Scotland: Hamish McAlpine, Richard Gough, Steve Nicol, Neil Simpson, Joe McLaughlin, Neale James Cooper, Eric Black, Paul McStay (Jamie Doyle 79), Charlie Nicholas (Ian Ferguson 65), Colin Walsh, John Hewitt     
East Germany: Rene Müller, Jürgen Uteß, Carsten Sänger, Gernot Alms, Detlef Schößler, Christian Backs, Rainer Ernst, Frank Lieberam (Hans-Jörg Hildebrandt 70), Stefan Meixner, Lutz Schülbe (Fred Steinborn 70), Damian Halata  
Edinburgh. 5000 spectators. ARB.: Lund-Sörensen (Denmark)
 
16.11.1982 Switzerland 3-4 Scotland
Goals: Pascal Zaugg 75, Marcel Koller 79, Beat Sutter 84 / Paul McStay 5, Charlie Nicholas 33, John Hewitt 71, Richard Gough 86 
Switzerland: Martin Brunner, Martin Andermatt, Marco Schällibaum, Beat Rietmann, Markus Tanner, Roger Kundert, Beat Sutter, Phillippe Perret, Martin Jeitziner (Pascal Zaugg 46), Marcel Koller, Marco Bernaschina.
Scotland: Hamish McAlpine, Richard Gough, Steve Nicol, Paul McStay, Joe McLaughlin, Neale James Cooper, Eric Black, Neil Simpson, Charlie Nicholas, Colin Walsh (Maurice Malpas 49), John Hewitt (Daniel Crainie 76) 
Aarau. Stade du Brugglifeld. 1900 spectators. ARB.: M.Nagy (Hungary).    
    
14.12.1982 Belgium 1-2 Scotland
Goals: Dirk Goossens 22 / Charlie Nicholas 24, Scott McGarvey 55    
Belgium: Dany Verlinden, Van Walleghem, Rudi Cossey, Michel de Wolf, Étienne Delangre, Koen Sanders, van der Elst, Peter Creve, Marc Angéle van der Linden, Dirk Goossens, Nico Claesen
Scotland: Hamish McAlpine, Maurice Malpas, Steve Nicol, Neale James Cooper, Joe McLaughlin, Richard Gough, Eric Black (Ray Stephen 78), Neil Simpson, Scott McGarvey, Colin Walsh, Charlie Nicholas
Ghent. ARB.: P.D`Elia (Italy). Yellow cards: Neil Simpson, Dirk Goossens, Ray Stephen
 
29.03.1983 East Germany 2-1 Belgium
Goals: Heiko Peschke 51, Rainer Jarohs 69 / Nico Claesen 65
East Germany: Axel Hauschild, Bernd Nemetschek, Carsten Sänger, Heiko Peschke, Detlef Schößler, Rainer Ernst, Joachim Müller, Christian Backs, Damian Halata, Rainer Jarohs, Andreas Zachhuber
Belgium: Filip De Wilde, Walter De Greef, Bernard Wégria, Luc Criel, Étienne Delangre, Koen Sanders (Ignace Suply 78), Leo van der Elst, Gino Maes (Luc Hinderyckx 57), Peter Creve, Nico Claesen, Marc Angéle van der Linden
Weissenfels. Otto-Müller-Kampfbahn. 6000 spectators. ARB.: Latzin, Kastler, Sedlacek (Austria). Yellow cards: Christian Backs, Bernard Wégria.    
 
29.03.1983 Scotland 2-1 Switzerland
Goals: Eric Black 48, Eric Black 79 penalty / Marcel Koller 61 penalty             
Scotland: Hamish McAlpine, Steve Nicol, Maurice Malpas, Paul McStay, Joe McLaughlin, Neale James Cooper, Eric Black, Neil Simpson, Scott McGarvey (Ian Ferguson 63), Colin Walsh, John Hewitt (Maurice Johnston 79)
Switzerland: Martin Brunner, Markus Tanner, Roger Kundert, Beat Rietmann, Martin Andermatt, Martin Jeitziner, Marcel Koller, Phillippe Perret, Dominique Cina (Pascal Zaugg 46), André Ladner, Beat Sutter.
Dundee. Dens Park. 8637 spectators. ARB.: Bjørnstad (Norway).  
 
26.04.1983 Belgium 4-2 East Germany  
Goals: Marc Angéle van der Linden 51, Nico Claesen 53, 70, Rudi Cossey 80 / Damian Halata 15, Rainer Jarohs 31
Belgium: Filip De Wilde, Michel de Wolf, Bernard Wégria, Rudi Cossey, Étienne Delangre, Leo van der Elst, Peter Creve(Luc Hinderyckx 72), Benoit Thans, Van Damme (Gert Gijsels 80), Nico Claesen, Marc Angéle van der Linden
East Germany: Axel Hauschild, Bernd Nemetschek, Carsten Sänger, Heiko Peschke, Detlef Schößler, Joachim Müller, Stefan Meixner (Hans-Jörg Hildebrandt 75), Christian Backs, Damian Halata, Rainer Jarohs, Andreas Zachhuber (Torsten Gütschow 75)
Beveren. 2000 spectators. ARB.: Gérard Biguet, Delmer, Stenger (France).
 
13.05.1983 Switzerland 5-6 East Germany
Goals: 1-0 Marco Bernaschina (2), 2-0 Beat Sutter (6), 2-1 Joachim Müller (11 penalty), 2-2 Christian Backs (23), 2-3 Christian Backs (38), 2-4 Christian Backs (39), 2-5 Rainer Jarohs (59), 3-5  Rolf Zahnd (63), 4-5 Martin Andermatt (66), 5-5 Pascal Zaugg (69), 5-6 Damian Halata (74) 
Switzerland: Martin Brunner, Markus Tanner, André Ladner, Martin Andermatt, Marco Schällibaum, Roger Kundert, Rolf Zahnd, Phillippe Perret, Beat Sutter, Gabriel Marchand, Marco Bernaschina (Pascal Zaugg 46).
East Germany: Axel Hauschild, Stefan Meixner, Detlef Schößler, Heiko Peschke, Carsten Sänger, Joachim Müller, Christian Backs, Rainer Ernst, Damian Halata (Torsten Gütschow 88), Rainer Jarohs, Andreas Zachhuber
Biel. 1000 spectators. ARB.: Augusto Lamo Castillo, Oliver, Janes (Spain).
 
11.10.1983 East Germany 2-1 Switzerland
Goals: Bernd Quade 21, Torsten Gütschow 57 / Gilbert Castella 45
East Germany: Burghard Deleroi, Frank Rohde, Detlef Schößler, Hans-Jörg Hildebrandt, Carsten Sänger, Uwe Bredow, Bernd Quade, Falko Götz, Damian Halata, Torsten Gütschow (Lutz Schülbe 82), Andreas Zachhuber (Jörg Stübner 46)  
Switzerland: Martin Brunner, Heinz Lüdi, Martin Andermatt, Urs Kühni, Pierre Thévenaz, Marco Schällibaum, Martin Jeitziner (Gabriel Marchand 46), Phillippe Perret, Gilbert Castella, Pascal Zaugg, Laurent Jaccard.
Brandenburg. 2500 spectators. ARB.: Nielsen, Andersen, Madsen (Denmark). Yellow cards: Damian Halata, Marco Schällibaum, Phillippe Perret. Red card: Laurent Jaccard 83
 
11.10.1983 Scotland 0-0 Belgium
Scotland: Hamish McAlpine, Steve Nicol, Maurice Malpas, Neale James Cooper, Davie McPherson, Steve Clarke, Ralph Milne, Neil Simpson, Scott McGarvey, Ally McCoist, John Hewitt. Substitutions: Brian McClair for Ally McCoist, Ian Ferguson for Scott McGarvey     
Belgium: Filip De Wilde, Desart, Rudi Cossey, Leo Clijsters, Patrick Vervoort, Stalman, van der Elst, Benoit Thans, Van Damme, Marc Angéle van der Linden, Peter Creve 
Dundee. ARB.: K.Johansson (Sweden). 7476 spectators. Yellow card: Neil Simpson
 
08.11.1983 Switzerland 0-2 Belgium
Goals: Marc Angéle van der Linden 88, Martens 90
Switzerland: Martin Brunner, Léonard Karlen, Martin Andermatt, Stéphane Forestier, Pierre Thévenaz, Martin Jeitziner, Urs Kühni, Phillippe Perret, Manuel Mattioli (Massimo Alliata 46), Christian Matthey, Marco Bernaschina.
Belgium: Dany Verlinden, Leo Clijsters, Bernard Wégria, Rudi Cossey, Koen Sanders, Benoit Thans, van der Elst, Peter Creve, Martens, Marc Angéle van der Linden
Trinermatte Zofingen. ARB.: Bastian (Luxemburg). 1100 spectators.
 
15.11.1983 East Germany 1-1 Scotland
Goals: Torsten Gütschow 59 / Roy Aitken 18
East Germany: Burghard Deleroi, Udo Schmuck, Detlef Schößler, Gernot Alms, Uwe Bredow, Heiko Peschke, Heiko Liebers, Carsten Sänger, Damian Halata (Lutz Schülbe 82), Torsten Gütschow, Mario Neuhäuser   
Scotland: Bryan Gunn, Neale James Cooper, Steve Clarke (Thomas McKinlay 61), Roy Aitken, Maurice Malpas, Ralph Milne, Neil Simpson, Colin Walsh, Steve Nicol, Ian Ferguson, Brian McClair (Maurice Johnston 77)
Jena. Ernst–Abbe-Sportfeld. 1000 spectators. ARB.: Geurds, De Munnik, Dolstra (Netherlands). Yellow card: Steve Nicol  
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January 14th, 2018, 6:04 pm #2

Just out of interest, are all these things about the Olympics and U-21 for a personal archive?  Or a book?  Or will they be put online?
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January 15th, 2018, 1:52 pm #3

Now there is no answer to this question. I do not know what I will do in the future with this information. I do not have the ability to predict the future, because I'm not Marie-Anne-Adélaïde Lenormand.

Sources of information:
EL MUNDO DEPORTIVO
MORGUNBLAÐIÐ
TÍMINN
DAGBLAÐIÐ VÍSIR
TROUW
DE VOLKSKRANT
NRC HANDELSBLAD
DE WAARHEID
LIMBURGSCH DAGBLAD
DE TELEGRAAF
HET VRIJE VOLK
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http://www.bdfutbol.com/es/t/tselespany ... ocopa.html

Group 7
1. SPAIN              4  2 1 1  2- 5  5
2. Netherlands     4  1 2 1  7- 3  4
3. Iceland             4  0 3 1  2- 3  3
 
31.08.1982 Iceland 1-1 Netherlands
Goals: Sigurjón Kristjánsson 13 / Johannes Nicolaas (John) van 't Schip 90
Iceland: Ödmundur Kristinsson, Hafþór I Sveinjónsson, Ómar Steinar Rafnsson (Þorsteinn Þorsteinsson), Ólafur Björnsson, Erlingur Kristjánsson, Jón Gunnar Bergs, Sigurjón Kristjánsson, Aðalsteinn Aðalsteinsson, Ragnar Ingi Margeirsson, Óli Þór Magnússon (Helgi Hinrik Bentsson), Sigurður Örn Grétarsson
Netherlands: Jacques (Sjaak) Storm, Henk Duut (Danny Blind 68), Peter van den Ven, Fred Rutten, Berry van Aerle, Ronald  Koeman, Andre Hoekstra, Gert Kruys, Johannes Nicolaas (John) van't Schip, Marco Van Basten, René Antonius Maria Eijkelkamp (Mario Been 46)
Keflavik. Keflavíkurvöllur. ARB.: Syme (Scotland). Yellow cards: Jacques (Sjaak) Storm, Hafþór I Sveinjónsson
 
27.10.1982 Spain 1-0 Iceland
Goal: José María BAKERO Escudero 27
Spain: Andoni ZUBIZARRETA Urreta, Juan Antonio Felipe Gallego “JUANITO”, Ricardo Jesús SERNA Orozco, Francisco Javier Rodríguez Rodrigo “JAVI”, Manuel MADRIÑÁN Portero, Bartolomé MÁRQUEZ López, Luis Felipe SAAVEDRA Rodríguez (Antonio CAÑIZARES Bernal 73), JULIO PRIETO Martín, José María BAKERO Escudero, Raúl Vicente AMARILLA Vera (Antonio Joaquín PARRA Fernández 79), Roberto Simón MARINA
Iceland: Ögmundur Kristinsson, Hafþór I Sveinjónsson, Ómar Steinar Rafnsson, Ólafur Björnsson, Erlingur Kristjánsson, Ragnar Ingi Margeirsson, Jón Gunnar Bergs, Sigurjón Kristjánsson (Trausti Runólfur Ívarsson 67), Aðalsteinn Aðalsteinsson, Helgi Hinrik Bentsson (Valur Einar Valsson 83), Óli Þór Magnússon
Badajoz. El Vivero. ARB.: Borg. Yellow cards: JULIO PRIETO Martín, Roberto Simón MARINA
 
16.02.1983 Netherlands 5-0 Spain
Goals: Ronald Koeman 24, 78 penalty, Marco Van Basten 34, 42, Wim Kieft 39
DE VOLKSKRANT: 4-0 Van Basten (42)
NRC HANDELSBLAD: 4-0 Van Basten (42)
TROUW: 4-0 Van Basten (42)
EL MUNDO DEPORTIVO: 4-0 Van Basten (42)
DE WAARHEID: 4-0 Van Basten
LIMBURGSCH DAGBLAD:  4-0 Van Basten
DE TELEGRAAF: 4-0 Gert Kruys (42)
HET VRIJE VOLK: 4-0 Gert Kruys (42)
Netherlands: Jan Willem Van Ede, Berry van Aerle, René Maessen (Andre Hoekstra 63), Herman Verrips, Ronald Koeman, Jan Wouters, Franklin Edmundo "Frank" Rijkaard, Gert Kruys, Marco Van Basten, Erwin Koeman, Wim Kieft
Spain: Andoni ZUBIZARRETA Urreta, Miguel Porlán Noguera “CHENDO”, Alfonso FRAILE Sánchez, Ricardo Jesús SERNA Orozco, Josep María GALLART Riera, Luis Felipe SAAVEDRA Rodríguez, VICENTE Celeiro Leal, Bartolomé MÁRQUEZ López (José Miguel González Martín del Campo “MÍCHEL” 74), Raúl Vicente AMARILLA Vera (Antonio Ruiz VILCHES 46), Roberto Simón MARINA, URBANO Ortega Cuadros
Utrecht. Stadium Galgewaard. 10000 spectators. ARB.: Robert Wurtz (France). Yellow card: Alfonso FRAILE Sánchez
 
28.05.1983 Iceland 0-0 Spain
Iceland: Ögmundur Kristinsson, Hafþór I Sveinjónsson, Ómar Steinar Rafnsson, Erlingur Kristjánsson, Stefán Þ Halldórsson, Sigurður Jónsson, Aðalsteinn Aðalsteinsson, Valur Einar Valsson, Sigurður Örn Grétarsson, Óli Þór Magnússon, Sigurjón Kristjánsson (Helgi Hinrik Bentsson 87 or 82)   
Spain: Andoni ZUBIZARRETA Urreta, Miguel Porlán Noguera “CHENDO”, Francisco Javier Rodríguez Hernández “FRANCIS”, Francisco Javier Rodríguez Rodrigo “JAVI”, Luis DE LA FUENTE Castillo, ROBERTO Fernández Bonillo, URBANO Ortega Cuadros (JULIO SALINAS Fernández 63), Ismael URTUBI Aróstegui, José María BAKERO Escudero (FRANCISCO Javier López Alfaro 63), José Ángel Ruiz López “CHOLO”, Roberto Simón MARINA
Kópavogur. Kópavogsvöllur. ARB.: Cooper (Wales). Yellow cards: Francisco Javier Rodríguez Rodrigo “JAVI”, Francisco Javier Rodríguez Hernández “FRANCIS”, Óli Þór Magnússon, Ómar Steinar Rafnsson 
 
06.09.1983 Netherlands 1-1 Iceland
Goals: Mario Been 18 penalty / Sigurður Örn Grétarsson 11   
Netherlands: Rick Laurs, Berry van Aerle, Henk Duut, Peter van den Ven, Sonny Silooy, Johannes "John" Jacobus Bosman (Erik-Jan Van de Boogaard 70), Gert Kruys, René Roord, Johannes Nicolaas (John) van't Schip, René Antonius Maria Eijkelkamp, Mario Been
Iceland: Stefán Jóhannsson, Guðjón Þórðarson, Kristján Jónsson, Stefán Þ Halldórsson, Erlingur Kristjánsson, Sigurður Jónsson, Sigurjón Kristjánsson (Valur Einar Valsson 70), Aðalsteinn Aðalsteinsson, Ragnar Ingi Margeirsson, Óli Þór Magnússon (Helgi Hinrik Bentsson 74), Sigurður Örn Grétarsson
Venlo. ARB.: Rolles (Luxemburg). 3500 spectators.
       
15.11.1983 Spain 1-0 Netherlands
Goal: Emilio BUTRAGUEÑO Santos 45
Spain: Andoni ZUBIZARRETA Urreta, Miguel Porlán Noguera “CHENDO”, ESTEBAN Gutiérrez Fernández, Manuel SANCHIS Hontiyuelo, MIGUEL ÁNGEL García Domínguez, FRANCISCO Javier López Alfaro, Roberto Simón MARINA (Juan José ELGEZÁBAL Bustinza 70), Manuel Sánchez CANILLAS, Emilio BUTRAGUEÑO Santos (Mariano AYNETO Castro 77), URBANO Ortega Cuadros, Juan Francisco ÁLVAREZ Giráldez
Netherlands: Jan Willem Van Ede, René Maessen, Wim Koevermans, Fred Rutten, Berry van Aerle, Wilbert Suvrijn, Jan Wouters, René Roord (Danny Blind 73 or 67), Johannes Nicolaas (John) van't Schip (Erik-Jan Van de Boogaard 40), René Antonius Maria Eijkelkamp, Rob De Wit
Málaga. La Rosaleda. ARB.: Jakob Baumann (Switzerland). Yellow card: Wilbert Suvrijn

Help me please.
If anyone has information about composition of commands - Cyprus, Bulgaria, Austria (line-up and substitutions - Cyprus, Bulgaria, Austria) in these games, then very much I ask to provide this information.
01.05.1982 Limassol  Cyprus 1-2 Romania
16.04.1983 Larnaca Cyprus 1-4 Czechoslovakia
09.06.1983 Drammen Norway 0-2 Bulgaria
11.15.1983 Istanbul Turkey 5-0 Austria
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January 15th, 2018, 3:20 pm #4

Antikov wrote: Help me please.
If anyone has information about composition of commands - Cyprus, Bulgaria, Austria (line-up and substitutions - Cyprus, Bulgaria, Austria) in these games, then very much I ask to provide this information.
01.05.1982 Limassol  Cyprus 1-2 Romania
16.04.1983 Larnaca Cyprus 1-4 Czechoslovakia
09.06.1983 Drammen Norway 0-2 Bulgaria
11.15.1983 Istanbul Turkey 5-0 Austria
I can only give you the Turkey 5-0 Austria goalscorers: I don't know if you already knew them. Senol (3' and 77'), Metin (14'), Feyaz (45'), Tanju (56'). Source: http://web.archive.org/web/200511161142 ... r/83tk.htm

As to Cyprus, the National Library of Greece has this archive http://efimeris.nlg.gr/ns/main.htm Perhaps it might be helpful, but unfortunately I don't know Greek.
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January 15th, 2018, 4:13 pm #5

Antikov wrote: Now there is no answer to this question. I do not know what I will do in the future with this information. I do not have the ability to predict the future, because I'm not Marie-Anne-Adélaïde Lenormand.
This joke was not funnier the second time.
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January 15th, 2018, 4:42 pm #6

Luca wrote:11.15.1983 Istanbul Turkey 5-0 Austria
Goals: Feyyaz 3' 14' 45', Tanju 58', Şenol 79'
Fenerbahçe Stadı
Turkey: Cüneyt, Müjdat, Hasan, Alper, K.Şenol, Kemal, K.Hüseyin, Tunju (İsmail), Metin, Feyyaz, Şenol.  Coach: Kâmuran Soykıray.
Austria: Wohlfahrt, Zsak, P.Werner, Auer (Dantlinger 49'), Kleinbichler (P.Hrstic 63'), Hörmann, J.Hrstic, Linzmaier, Weinhofer, Roscher, Laiminger.  Coach: Karl Ritter.
Ref: Radu Petrescu.


My suggestion for Cyprus is to contact Xaris of RSSSF  (I made this suggestion before on another thread).
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January 15th, 2018, 8:13 pm #7

Thank you very much!

Group 6
1. ALBANIA             6  4 2 0  9- 3 10
2. West Germany    6  3 3 0 13- 4  9
3. Turkey                  6  1 1 4  6-11  3
4. Austria                  6  0 2 4  4-14  2
 
21.09.1982 Austria 1-2 Albania
Goals: Peter Hrstic 44 / Astrit Canaj 8, Arben Vila 37
Austria: Franz Wohlfarht, Walter Hörmann, Gerald Messlender, Robert Frind, Nuart, Thonhofer, Manfred Linzmaier, Peter Hrstic, Metzler (Niederbacher 46), Pfeiler, Gerald Wilfurth
Albania: Halim Mersini, Hysen Zmijani, Skënder Hodja, Arian Bimo, Adnan Ocelli, Agim Canaj, Sulejman Demollari, Fatbardh Jera, Mirel Josa (Pjerin Noga), Arbën Vila, Albert Topçiu
Mürzzuschlag.
 
26.10.1982 Turkey 0-1 Albania
Goal: Albert Topçiu 73 
Turkey:
MUSTAFA CEVLAN ( ADANA DEMİRSPOR )
MÜJDAT YETKİNER ( FENERBAHÇE )
ŞENOL USTAÖMER Küçük ( TRABZONSPOR )
HÜSNÜ ÖZKARA ( MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ )
YUSUF ALTINTAŞ ( KOCAELİSPOR )
İSMAİL DEMİRİZ ( GÖZTEPE )
FEYZULLAH KÜÇÜK ( ADANASPOR )
BÜLENT ALKILIÇ ( GALATASARAY )
NUSRET ERDİ DEMİR ( ALTAY ) (HÜSEYİN CİVELEK ( İSKENDERUNSPOR ))
MUSTAFA ARABACIBAŞI ( FENERBAHÇE )
MURAT ŞİMŞEK ( SAMSUNSPOR ) (ALPASLAN KOCAAÇAR ( TRABZONSPOR ))
Albania: Halim Mersini, Hysen Zmijani, Skënder Hodja, Fatbardh Jera, Adnan Ocelli, Agim Canaj, Sulejman Demollari, Ardian Popa, Albert Topçiu, Vladimir Skuro, Arbën Vila
Manisa. 19 MAY STADIUM. ARB.: Zoran Petrović (Yugoslavia).
 
16.11.1982 Austria 1-1 Turkey
Goals: Richard Niederbacher 83 / İSMAİL KARTAL 31
Austria: Franz Wohlfarht, Hupfauf, Garger, Walter Hörmann, Gerald Messlender, Radakowitz, Manfred Linzmaier (Richard Niederbacher), Tatar, Werner, Gerald Willfurth, Alfred Roscher      
Turkey:
MUSTAFA CEVLAN ( ADANA DEMİRSPOR )
MÜJDAT YETKİNER ( FENERBAHÇE )
İSMAİL KARTAL ( SARIYER )
YUSUF ALTINTAŞ ( KOCAELİSPOR )
AHMET KELOĞLU ( GALATASARAY )
İSMAİL DEMİRİZ ( GÖZTEPE )
BÜLENT ALKILIÇ ( GALATASARAY ) or LEVENT ERİŞ
ŞENOL USTAÖMER Küçük ( TRABZONSPOR )
MUSTAFA ARABACIBAŞI ( FENERBAHÇE )
TANJU ÇOLAK ( SAMSUNSPOR )
HÜSEYİN CİVELEK ( İSKENDERUNSPOR )
Hollabrunn. 150 spectators. ARB.: Scheurer (East Germany). 
 
29.03.1983 Albania 1-1 West Germany
Goals: Sulejman Demollari 21 / Reinhold Mathy 34
Albania: Halim Mersini, Hysen Zmijani, Seit Çanga, Pjerin Noga, Adnan Ocelli, Agim Canaj, Sulejman Demollari, Fatbardh Jera, Arbën Vila, Albert Topçiu (Leonard Liti 86′ or 87), Mirel Josa
West Germany: Rüdiger Vollborn, Günther Schäfer, Alois Reinhardt (Thomas Herbst 83), Ulf Quaisser, Mathias Hönerbach, Helmut Winklhofer, Martin Trieb, Reinhold Mathy, Wolfram Wuttke, Herbert Waas (Alfred Schön 68), Peter Reichert      
Shkodër. Vojo Kushi. 12000 spectators. ARB.: Béla Szabó (Hungary). Red card: Adnan Ocelli
 
22.04.1983 Turkey 0-1 West Germany
Goal: Wolfram Wuttke 19
Turkey:
MALİK GENÇALP ( ADANASPOR ) (HAYRETTİN DEMİRBAŞ ( ALTAY ) 46)
TUNCAY ÖZBEK ( DENİZLİSPOR )
GÜVEN SABAZ ( ESKİŞEHİRSPOR )
LEVENT ERİŞ ( İZMİRSPOR )
ŞENOL USTAÖMER Küçük ( TRABZONSPOR )
ZİYA DOĞAN ( BEŞİKTAŞ )
RIZA ÇALIMBAY ( BEŞİKTAŞ )
MUSTAFA ARABACIBAŞI ( FENERBAHÇE )
RIDVAN DİLMEN ( BOLUSPOR ) (SONER TOLUNGÜÇ 76)
TANJU ÇOLAK ( SAMSUNSPOR )
ŞENOL ÇORLU ( SAKARYASPOR )
West Germany: Rüdiger Vollborn, Holger Fach, Bertram Beierlorzer, Günther Schäfer, Alois Reinhardt, Ulf Quaisser (Martin Trieb 65 or 66), Lothar Matthäus, Wolfram Wuttke, Ralf Falkenmayer, Peter Reichert, Thomas Herbst    
Izmir. ATATÜRK STADIUM. 5000 spectators. ARB.: Velichko Tsonchev (Bulgaria). Yellow cards: ZİYA DOĞAN, GÜVEN SABAZ, LEVENT ERİŞ (or TUNCAY ÖZBEK), Wolfram Wuttke
 
26.04.1983 Austria 1-1 West Germany
Goals: Peter Hrstic 39 / Thomas Herbst 50 
Austria: Franz Wohlfarht, Walter Hörmann, Robert Frind, Gerald Messlender, Harald Zeilinger, Gerald Willfurth (Jürgen Werner 55 or 57), Andreas Gretschnig, Manfred Linzmaier, Peter Hrstic (Peter Werner 68), Wolfgang Schwicker, Peter Pacult
West Germany: Uwe Zimmermann, Günther Schäfer, Alois Reinhardt, Mathias Hönerbach (Ulf Quaisser 46), Bertram Beierlorzer, Wolfram Wuttke, Martin Trieb, Lothar Matthäus, Ralf Falkenmayer, Peter Reichert, Thomas Herbst   
Sankt Pölten. Voithplatz. 4500 spectators. ARB.: Robert Wurtz (France)
 
10.05.1983 Albania 1-0 Turkey
Goal: Agim Canaj 83
Albania: Halim Mersini, Hysen Zmijani, Skënder Hodja, Artur Lekbello, H.Dedja, Agim Canaj, Sulejman Demollari, Fatbardh Jera, Mirel Josa (Sokol Kushta), Arbën Vila, Albert Topçiu (Leonard Liti)
Turkey:
ESER KARDEŞLER ( BURSASPOR )
MÜJDAT YETKİNER ( FENERBAHÇE )
BÜNYAMİN SÜRAL ( GAZIANTEPSPOR )
GÜVEN SABAZ ( ESKİŞEHİRSPOR )
ŞENOL USTAÖMER Küçük ( TRABZONSPOR )
KOCABIYIK ARİF ( FENERBAHÇE )
RIZA ÇALIMBAY ( BEŞİKTAŞ )
BÜLENT ALKILIÇ ( GALATASARAY )
HALİL İBRAHİM EREN ( BOLUSPOR )
MUSTAFA ARABACIBAŞI ( FENERBAHÇE ) (TUNCAY ÖZBEK ( DENİZLİSPOR ))
ŞENOL ÇORLU ( SAKARYASPOR )
Tirana.
 
07.06.1983 Albania 3-0 Austria
Goals: 1-0 Albert Topçiu 5′, 2-0 Albert Topçiu 74, 3-0 Arben Vila 76 penalty
Albania: Halim Mersini, Hysen Zmijani, R,Kokalari, Ndreu, Adnan Ocelli, Leonard Liti, Sulejman Demollari, Agim Canaj, Arbën Vila, Shkelqim Muça, Albert Topçiu (Mirel Josa)
Austria: Neubauer, Walter Hörmann, Robert Auer, Tobin, Harald Zeilinger, Manfred Linzmaier, Kriegler, Jürgen Werner (Wolfgang Schwicker 51), Peter Hrstic (Günther Koschak 73), Peter Pacult, Richard Niederbacher
Shkodër.
 
04.10.1983 West Germany 2-1 Austria
Goals: Matthias Herget 27 penalty, Michael Rummenigge 31 / Wolfgang Nagl 14
West Germany: Roland Grüner, Alfred Schön, Matthias Herget, Bernd Storck, Michael Schröder, Reinhold Mathy (Stefan Kuntz 67 or 68), Ralf Falkenmayer, Thomas Brunner, Uwe Rahn,  Michael Rummenigge (Ulf Quaisser 78 or 80), Peter Reichert     
Austria: Franz Wohlfarht, Josef Kleinbichler, Christian Lehermayr, Gerald Messlender, Harald Zeilinger, Manfred Linzmaier, Robert Frind, Wolfgang Nagl (Klaus Dantlinger 58 or 59), Jürgen Werner (Johann Abfalterer 73 or 74 or 75), Günther Koschak, Anton Polster
Arnsberg. Sportzentrum Große Wiese. 11000 spectators. ARB.: Neil Midgley (England). Yellow cards: Michael Schröder, Harald Zeilinger
 
25.10.1983 West Germany 7-0 Turkey
Goals: Herbert Waas 10, Matthias Herget 14 penalty, Reinhold Mathy 44, Paul Steiner 54, Matthias Herget 59, Reinhold Mathy 70, Stefan Kuntz 74
West Germany: Rüdiger Vollborn, Paul Steiner, Alfred Schön, Günther Schäfer, Matthias Herget, Bernd Storck, Thomas Brunner, Reinhold Mathy, Ralf Falkenmayer, Herbert Waas (Peter Reichert 41), Michael Rummenigge (Stefan Kuntz 46)     
Turkey:
ESER KARDEŞLER ( BURSASPOR )
BÜNYAMİN SÜRAL ( GAZİANTEPSPOR )
HÜSNÜ ÖZKARA ( MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ )
MÜJDAT YETKİNER ( FENERBAHÇE )
ŞENOL USTAÖMER ( TRABZONSPOR )
BÜLENT ALKILIÇ ( GALATASARAY )
RIDVAN DİLMEN ( BOLUSPOR )(FEYYAZ UÇAR ( BEŞİKTAŞ )46)
METİN TEKİN ( BEŞİKTAŞ )
HÜSEYİN ÇAKIROĞLU ( GAZİANTEPSPOR )
İSMAİL AKBAŞLI ( ADANASPOR ) (FEYZULLAH KÜÇÜK ( ADANASPOR )78 or 79)
ŞENOL ÇORLU ( SAKARYASPOR )
West Berlin. Mommsenstadion. 4000 spectators. ARB.: Jan Hora (Czechoslovakia). Yellow cards: HÜSNÜ ÖZKARA, BÜLENT ALKILIÇ   
 
15.11.1983 Turkey 5-0 Austria
Goals: FEYYAZ UÇAR 2, 14, 44, TANJU ÇOLAK 58, ŞENOL ÇORLU 79
Turkey:
CÜNEYT ERTOPCU ( GÖZTEPE )
MÜJDAT YETKİNER ( FENERBAHÇE )
ŞENOL USTAÖMER Küçük ( TRABZONSPOR )
KEMAL SERDAR ( TRABZONSPOR )
ALPER TİMUR ( MKE ANKARAGÜCÜ )
HASAN KEMAL ÖZDEMİR ( FENERBAHÇE )
METİN TEKİN ( BEŞİKTAŞ )
HÜSEYİN ÇAKIROĞLU ( GAZIANTEPSPOR ) or K.Hüseyin
TANJU ÇOLAK ( SAMSUNSPOR ) (İSMAİL AKBAŞLI ( ADANASPOR ))
FEYYAZ UÇAR ( BEŞİKTAŞ )
ŞENOL ÇORLU ( SAKARYASPOR )
Austria: Franz Wohlfarht, Manfred Zsak, Peter Werner, Robert Auer (Klaus Dantlinger 49'), Josef Kleinbichler (Peter Hrstic 63'), Walter Hörmann, J.Hrstic, Manfred Linzmaier, Weinhofer, Alfred Roscher, Jakob Laiminger
Istanbul. ARB.: Radu Petrescu (Romania).
 
19.11.1983 West Germany 1-1 Albania
Goals: Michael Rummenigge 38 / Mirel Josa 41
West Germany: Uwe Zimmermann, Paul Steiner, Alfred Schön (Bernd Storck 46), Günther Schäfer, Matthias Herget, Thomas von Heesen, Ralf Falkenmayer, Thomas Brunner, Michael Rummenigge, Peter Reichert (Günter Thiele 60 or 68), Stefan Kuntz   
Albania: Halim Mersini, Adnan Ocelli, Leonard Liti, Fatbardh Jera, Agim Canaj, Hysen Zmijani, Arbën Vila (Sokol Kushta 88 or 90), Mirel Josa, Skënder Hodja, Sulejman Demollari, Sefedin Braho (Albert Topçiu 60 or 68)
Trier. Moselstadion. 15834 spectators. ARB.: Joël Quiniou (France). Yellow cards: Matthias Herget, Mirel Josa, Skënder Hodja, Sefedin Braho

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Antikov wrote:16.04.1983 Larnaca Cyprus 1-4 Czechoslovakia
Goals: Chrysostomou 80' pen / Kovačík 22', Knoflíček 31', Luhový 38' pen, Griga 69'

I didn't find the Cyprus lineup, but here is the squad (spellings as in source):
Charitou, Grigoriou, Andreou (Omonia), Meneloau (Evagoras), Stasos, Savva, Chrysostomou (Alki), Andrellis (Apollon), Constantinos (Anorthosis), Tsikkos, Protopapas (Olympiakos), Georghiou, Floros (Nea Salamina), Socratous, Koliantris (AEL), Loizou (Aris), Stefanou (Omonia Aradippou).
Coach: Panikos Iacovou
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February 24th, 2018, 12:36 pm #9

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ONZE

Group 8
1. FRANCE               4  3 1 0 10- 2  7
2. Sweden                 4  2 1 1 10- 4  5
3. Luxembourg          4  0 0 4  1-15  0
 
27.10.1982 Luxembourg 0-4 Sweden
Goals: Lars Larsson 16, 42, Anders Rosén 67, Thomas Bergman 87 penalty
Luxembourg: Van Rijswijck, Michel Bechet, René Scheuer, Theo Scholten, Nico Rohmann, Romain Schneider, Alfred (Fred) Schreiner, Jeff Simon (Weisgerber 46), Guy Hellers, Marco Heyar, Antoine Scholtes (Raymond Irrthum 46)
Sweden: Sven Andersson, Jan Eriksson, Peter Henricsson, Stephan Kullberg, Peter Uhlbäck,
Sven-Olof Bergman, Thomas Bergman, Martin Holmberg, Lars Larsson, Stefan Pettersson, Anders Rosén (Mats Magnusson)
Beggen.
 
11.11.1982 France 1-0 Sweden
Goals: Bruno Bellone 66
France: Joël Bats, Yvon Le Roux, Éric Péan, Patrice Lestage, Claude Puel, Thierry Oleksiak (Joël Henry 60), Philippe Vercruysse, Daniel Bravo, Didier Phillippe, Bruno Bellone, Philippe Anziani
Sweden: Sven Andersson, Stephan Kullberg, Jan Eriksson, Peter Uhlbäck, Peter Henricsson,
Martin Holmberg, Thomas Bergman, Sven-Olof Bergman, Lars Larsson, Mats Magnusson (Stefan Pettersson 67), Anders Rosén
Reims.
 
23.03.1983 Luxembourg 0-5 France
Goals: Philippe Vercruysse 32, Didier Phillippe 41, Daniel Bravo 57, 66, Philippe Anziani 84
Luxembourg: Van Rijswijck, Michel Bechet, René Scheuer, Theo Scholten, Rolf (Rodolphe) Jentgen, Josy Schmitz, Claude Thiry (Primc 46), Patrick Wagner, Serge Jentgen, Marco Heyar, Antoine Scholtes (Weisgerper 46)
France: Joël Bats, Yvon Le Roux, Éric Péan, Patrice Lestage, Claude Puel, Philippe Vercruysse, Daniel Bravo (Philippe Anziani 67), Henry, Seth Adonkor (Thierry Oleksiak 75), Didier Phillippe, Bruno Bellone
Differdange.
 
12.05.1983 Sweden 4-1 Luxembourg
Goals: Mats Ohlsson 10, Per Olsson 24, Anders Rosén 56, Thomas Bergman 76 penalty / Theo Scholten 38
Sweden: Sven Andersson, Peter Henricsson, Stephan Kullberg, Mats Ohlsson, Sulo Vaattovaara, Martin Holmberg (Thomas Johansson 81), Thomas Bergman, Sven-Olof Bergman,
Per Olsson, Lars Larsson, Anders Rosén  (Peter Karlsson 75)
Luxembourg: Van Rijswijck, Michel Bechet, René Scheuer, Theo Scholten (Patrick Wagner 79), Rolf (Rodolphe) Jentgen, Jean Schmitz, Carlo Weis, Josy Schmitz, Guy Hellers (Antoine Scholtes 68), Marco Heyar, Jeannot "Benny" Reiter
Mariestad.
 
07.09.1983 Sweden 2-2 France
Goals: Lars Larsson 61, 76 / Jean-Marc Ferreri 4, Philippe Anziani 34
Sweden: Sven Andersson, Sulo Vaattovaara, Mats Ohlsson, Peter Larsson, Peter Henricsson, Martin Holmberg, Thomas Bergman, Stefan Pettersson, Lars Zetterlund, Lars Larsson, Mats Magnusson
France: Pascal Olmeta, Patrice Lestage, Claude Puel, Fabice Poullain (Didier Casini 28), Philippe Vercruysse (Thierry Goudet 77), Seth Adonkor, Joël Henry, Thierry Oleksiak, Jean-Marc Ferreri, Bruno Bellone, Philippe Anziani
Örebro.
 
05.10.1983 France 2-0 Luxembourg
Goals: Fabice Poullain 75, Thierry Oleksiak 82
France: Huart, Éric Péan, Bernard Casoni, Fabice Poullain, Didier Casini, Claude Puel,     
Philippe Vercruysse (Marc Pascal 46), Henry, Thierry Oleksiak, Didier Phillippe, Daniel Xuereb
Luxembourg: Nico Konsbruck, Michel Bechet, René Scheuer, Jeltz, Mancini, Serge Jentgen, Bremer (Claude Grimberger 70), J.Schmitz, Patrick Wagner (Antoine Scholtes 85), Marco Heyar, 1 player ?
Epinal. 12000 spectators.

HELP ME PLEASE.
Who has information about unknown last player in last game?
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Group 2
1. POLAND          6  3 2 1  9- 3  8
2. USSR               6  2 3 1  8- 6  7
3. Finland             6  1 3 2  5- 8  5
4. Portugal           6  1 2 3  3- 8  4
 
05.09.1982 USSR 1-1 Poland
Goals: Igor Gurinovich 37' / Mirosław Bąk 49'
USSR:
Viktor Grishko Виктор Гришко,   
Vladimir Dolgopolov Владимир Долгополов,       
Yuriy Mentyukov Юрий Ментюков,  
Sergey Borovskiy Сергей Боровский,     
Vasiliy Evseev Василий Евсеев,  
Andrey Zygmantovich Андрей Зыгмантович,        
Sergey Aleynikov Сергей Алейников,     
Igor Gurinovich Игорь Гуринович,       
Grigoriy Tsaava Григорий Цаава,        
Nikolay Romanchuk Николай Романчук,    
Sergey Rodionov Сергей Родионов (Mikhail Meskhi Михаил Месхи 46)
Poland: Józef Wandzik, Marek Podsiadło, Adam Walczak, Dariusz Wdowczyk, Kazimierz Sokołowski, Tadeusz Świątek (Mirosław Bąk 46), Ryszard Tarasiewicz, Miroslaw Pękala, Kazimierz Buda, Казимеж Соха or Aleksander Socha, Weislaw Wraga
Leningrad. Stadion imeni S.M.Kirova. 5000 spectators. ARB.: Mircea Salomir (Romania). Yellow cards: Kazimierz Buda, Vladimir Dolgopolov Владимир Долгополов, Vasiliy Evseev Василий Евсеев 
 
08.09.1982 Finland 0-0 Poland
Finland: Ismo Korhonen, Jari Europaeus, Ilkka Mäkelä (Pasi Rasimus), Ilpo Talvio, Mika Vidgren, Ari Alila, Simo Kokko, Jari ”Jallu” Rantanen, Vesa Mars, Kimmo Lipponen, Ari-Juhani Hjelm
Poland: Józef Wandzik, Jacek Bąk, Kazimierz Buda, Miroslaw Pękala, Marek Podsiadło, Aleksander Socha, Kazimierz Sokołowski, Ryszard Tarasiewicz, Adam Walczak, Dariusz Wdowczyk, Weislaw Wraga
Substitution: Mirosław Bąk for ? player
Anjalankoski. 800 spectators. ARB.: Hans Harrysson (Sweden).
 
21.09.1982 Finland 1-1 Portugal
Goals: Ilkka Mäkelä 82' or ALBERTO Carlos BASTOS LOPES own goal / ALBERTO Carlos BASTOS LOPES 10
Finland: Ismo Korhonen, Risto Salonen, Ilkka Mäkelä, Jari Europaeus, Ilpo Talvio, Simo Kokko, Mika Vidgren, Ari Alila (Sixten Boström 46), Pasi Rasimus (Erkka Petäjä), Kimmo Lipponen, Ari-Juhani Hjelm      
Portugal: SILVINO de Almeida Louro, CARLOS Eduardo Deus PEREIRA, ALBERTO Carlos BASTOS LOPES, Pedro Manuel Regateiro VENÂNCIO, JOÃO Domingos da Silva PINTO, CARLOS Jorge Marques Caldas XAVIER, Joaquim José Ferreirinha Moreira “QUINITO” (Alfredo Magalhães da Silva Rodrigues “LAURETA” 74 or 64), MÁRIO JORGE da Silva Pinho Fernandes, JAIME Fernandes MAGALHÃES, PEDRO Alexandre Marques Caldas XAVIER, Paulo José Vieira PADINHA (MARLON Eduardo Reis Alves 81 or 70)
Kajaani. ARB.: Einar Halle (Norway). Yellow card: Pedro Manuel Regateiro VENÂNCIO
 
09.10.1982 Portugal 1-0 Poland
Goal: Eduardo José Gomes Cameselle Mendez “DITO” 85' or 84' 
Portugal: SILVINO de Almeida Louro, CARLOS Eduardo Deus PEREIRA, ALBERTO Carlos BASTOS LOPES, Eduardo José Gomes Cameselle Mendez “DITO”, JOÃO Domingos da Silva PINTO, Joaquim José Ferreirinha Moreira “QUINITO” (PEDRO Alexandre Marques Caldas XAVIER 72), José de Carvalho Gonçalves “SERRA” (MÁRIO JORGE da Silva Pinho Fernandes 59 or 58), Pedro Manuel Regateiro VENÂNCIO, JAIME Fernandes MAGALHÃES, José da Silva COELHO, Alfredo Magalhães da Silva Rodrigues “LAURETA”
Poland: Józef Wandzik, Dariusz Kubicki, Adam Walczak, Marek Podsiadło, Piotr Nazimek, Jacek Bąk, Kazimierz Sokołowski, Tadeusz Świątek (Cezary Tobollik 67), Ryszard Tarasiewicz, Mirosław Bąk, Weislaw Wraga (Aleksander Socha 46)
Faro. Estadio de São Luís. ARB.: Pietro D'Elia (Italy). Yellow cards: JAIME Fernandes MAGALHÃES, Bak, JOÃO Domingos da Silva PINTO
 
12.10.1982 USSR 2-2 Finland
Goals: Yuriy Mentyukov 19', Igor Gurinovich 77' / Ari-Juhani Hjelm 53', Mika Vidgren 83'
USSR:
Viktor Grishko Виктор Гришко ,
David Paykidze Давид Пайкидзе,
Vasiliy Evseev Василий Евсеев,
Vladimir Dolgopolov Владимир Долгополов,
Aleksey Stepanov Алексей Степанов,
Andrey Zygmantovich Андрей Зыгмантович,
Yuriy Mentyukov Юрий Ментюков,
Igor Gurinovich Игорь Гуринович,
Grigoriy Tsaava Григорий Цаава (Igor Kurakin Игорь Куракин 75),
Nikolay Romanchuk Николай Романчук (Mikhail Meskhi Михаил Месхи 57),
Sergey Rodionov Сергей Родионов
Finland: Ismo Korhonen, Ilkka Mäkelä (Sixten Boström 59), Jari Europaeus (Erkka Petäjä 72), Ilpo Talvio, Risto Salonen, Mika Vidgren, Ari Alila, Simo Kokko, Pasi Rasimus, Kimmo Lipponen, Ari-Juhani Hjelm
Moscow. Central Stadium Dynamo. 1000 spectators. ARB.: László Győri (Hungary).
 
27.10.1982 Poland 4-0 Finland
Goals: Miroslaw Pękala 28', 67', Zbigniew Waldemar Kaczmarek 87', Kazimierz Buda 89'       
Poland: Józef Wandzik, Witold Stefan Bendkowski, Kazimierz Sokołowski, Dariusz Kubicki, Piotr Nazimek, Tadeusz Świątek (Zbigniew Waldemar Kaczmarek 70), Aleksander Socha (Mirosław Bąk 46), Miroslaw Pękala, Kazimierz Buda, Okoński, Jacek Bąk        
Finland: Ismo Korhonen, Ilpo Talvio, Ilkka Remes, Esa Pekonen, Ari Alila (Sixten Boström), Mika Vidgren (Jari Europaeus), Simo Kokko, Pasi Rasimus, Ari Valvee, Ari-Juhani Hjelm, Kimmo Lipponen  
Mielec. 7000 spectators. ARB.: Arthur Pernkopf (Austria). Yellow card: Ari Valvee
 
26.04.1983 USSR 1-1 Portugal
Goals: Aleksandr Tarkhanov 27' / José da Silva COELHO 35'
USSR:
Valeriy Novikov Валерий Новиков ,       
Sergey Kuznetsov Сергей Кузнецов,      
Vladimir Dolgopolov Владимир Долгополов,       
Boris Pozdnyakov Борис Поздняков,      
Vasiliy Evseev Василий Евсеев,  
Andrey Zygmantovich Андрей Зыгмантович,        
Yuriy Mentyukov Юрий Ментюков,  
Valeriy Broshin Валерий Брошин,        
Grigoriy Tsaava Григорий Цаава,        
Aleksandr Tarkhanov Александр Тарханов,        
Aleksandr Molodtsov Александр Молодцов (Gamlet Mkhitaryan Гамлет Мхитарян 66)
Portugal: SILVINO de Almeida Louro, JOÃO Domingos da Silva PINTO, ALBERTO Carlos BASTOS LOPES, Eduardo José Gomes Cameselle Mendez “DITO”, CARLOS Jorge Marques Caldas XAVIER, JAIME Fernandes MAGALHÃES, Joaquim José Ferreirinha Moreira “QUINITO”, Alfredo Magalhães da Silva Rodrigues “LAURETA”, MÁRIO JORGE da Silva Pinho Fernandes, FERNANDO Mendes CRUZ (PEDRO Alexandre Marques Caldas XAVIER 78), José da Silva COELHO   
 Moscow. Central Stadium Dynamo. 5000 spectators. ARB.: Yusuf Namoğlu (Turkey). Yellow card: JOÃO Domingos da Silva PINTO
 
21.05.1983 Poland 2-1 USSR
Goals: Vladimir Dolgopolov own goal 38', Jan Furtok 67' / Aleksey Mikhaylichenko 2'
Poland: Józef Wandzik, Witold Stefan Bendkowski, Kazimierz Sokołowski, Piotr Nazimek, Tadeusz Świątek, Jan Urban, Piotr Adam Rzepka (Jan Furtok 46), Zbigniew Waldemar Kaczmarek, Mariusz Niewiadomski, Aleksander Socha, Cezary Tobollik (Mirosław Bąk 46)
USSR:
Yuriy Sivukha Юрий Сивуха,      
Dmitriy Galyamin Дмитрий Галямин,      
Vladimir Dolgopolov Владимир Долгополов,       
Boris Pozdnyakov Борис Поздняков,      
Vasiliy Evseev Василий Евсеев,  
Andrey Zygmantovich Андрей Зыгмантович,        
Yuriy Mentyukov Юрий Ментюков (Igor Terenin Игорь Теренин 65),
Gamlet Mkhitaryan Гамлет Мхитарян,     
Aleksandr Tarkhanov Александр Тарханов,        
Valeriy Broshin Валерий Брошин (Vladimir Lyutiy Владимир Лютый 69),
Aleksey Mikhaylichenko Алексей Михайличенко  
Olsztyn. Городской стадион. 10000 spectators. ARB.: Volker Roth (Wect Germany). Yellow cards: Boris Pozdnyakov Борис Поздняков, Mariusz Niewiadomski 
 
31.05.1983 Finland 0-1 USSR
Goal: Aleksey Mikhaylichenko 85'
Finland: Ismo Korhonen, Ari Lyytikkä, Erkka Petäjä, Jari Europaeus, Mika Vidgren, Simo Kokko, Keijo Kousa, Pasi Rasimus, Sixten Boström, Kimmo Lipponen, Jari ”Jallu” Rantanen
USSR:
Yuriy Sivukha Юрий Сивуха,      
Dmitriy Galyamin Дмитрий Галямин,      
Vladimir Dolgopolov Владимир Долгополов,       
Boris Pozdnyakov Борис Поздняков,      
Vasiliy Evseev Василий Евсеев,  
Andrey Zygmantovich Андрей Зыгмантович,        
Aleksandr Guyganov Александр Гуйганов,         
Gamlet Mkhitaryan Гамлет Мхитарян (Igor Terenin Игорь Теренин 87),
Aleksandr Tarkhanov Александр Тарханов        ,
Aleksey Mikhaylichenko Алексей Михайличенко,   
Yuriy Mentyukov Юрий Ментюков (Vladimir Lyutiy Владимир Лютый 46)
Kauniainen or Karjaa (Karis). 1500 spectators. ARB.: Josef Marko (Czechoslovakia).
 
20.09.1983 Portugal 0-2 Finland
Goals: Sixten Boström 59' or Kimmo Lipponen, Ilkka Makela 66'
Portugal: SILVINO de Almeida Louro, JOÃO Domingos da Silva PINTO, ALBERTO Carlos BASTOS LOPES, Alfredo Magalhães da Silva Rodrigues “LAURETA”, Eduardo José Gomes Cameselle Mendez “DITO”, Joaquim José Ferreirinha Moreira “QUINITO” (FERNANDO Mendes CRUZ 65), Paulo José Vieira PADINHA, MÁRIO JORGE da Silva Pinho Fernandes (José de Carvalho Gonçalves “SERRA” 78 or 79), JAIME Fernandes MAGALHÃES, José da Silva COELHO, JORGE Manuel PLÁCIDO Bravo da Costa
Finland: Olavi “Olli” Huttunen, Ari Lyytikkä, Jari Europaeus, Ilkka Remes, Mika Vidgren, Pasi Rasimus, Markus Törnvall (Ilkka Mäkelä 44), Sixten Boström (Ilpo Talvio 85), Kimmo Lipponen, Jari ”Jallu” Rantanen, Ari-Juhani Hjelm       
ARB.: Fockler Werner (West Germany). Yellow cards: Kimmo Lipponen, Jari Rantanen, Joaquim José Ferreirinha Moreira “QUINITO”
Amora. Estádio da Medideira (Campo Medideira). ARB.: Werner Föckler (West Germany).
 
27.10.1983 Poland 2-0 Portugal
Goals: Ryszard Tarasiewicz 19', Mariusz Niewiadomski 62'
Poland: Józef Wandzik, Witold Stefan Bendkowski, Kazimierz Sokołowski, Zbigniew Waldemar Kaczmarek, Robert Grzanka, Kowalski, Ryszard Tarasiewicz (Bąk 46), Jan Urban (Modest Boguszewski 70 or 72), Socha, Mariusz Niewiadomski, Marek Leśniak   
Portugal: ALFREDO da Silva Castro, VIRGÍLIO Manuel Bagulho Lopes, LEONARDO Charrua TEIXEIRA, António Henrique Jesus OLIVEIRA, Alfredo Magalhães da Silva Rodrigues “LAURETA” (JORGE Manuel PLÁCIDO Bravo da Costa 75 or 72), José de Carvalho Gonçalves “SERRA” (PEDRO Alexandre Marques Caldas XAVIER 46), MÁRIO JORGE da Silva Pinho Fernandes, Joaquim José Ferreirinha Moreira “QUINITO”, José da Silva COELHO, JAIME Fernandes MAGALHÃES, PAULO Jorge dos Santos FUTRE
Opole. ARB.: David Syme (Scotland). Yellow card: Alfredo Magalhães da Silva Rodrigues “LAURETA” 
 
12.11.1983 Portugal 0-2 USSR
Goals: Gennadiy Litovchenko 32', Igor Pankratiev 70'
Portugal: João SÉRGIO Pires LOURO, VIRGÍLIO Manuel Bagulho Lopes, LEONARDO Charrua TEIXEIRA, Alfredo Magalhães da Silva Rodrigues “LAURETA” (José de Carvalho Gonçalves “SERRA” 65), Eduardo José Gomes Cameselle Mendez “DITO”, Joaquim José Ferreirinha Moreira “QUINITO”, JAIME Fernandes MAGALHÃES, António Henrique Jesus OLIVEIRA, José da Silva COELHO, PAULO Jorge dos Santos FUTRE, JOSÉ Orlando Vinha Rocha SEMEDO (Paulo José Vieira PADINHA 74)
USSR: 
Yuriy Sivukha Юрий Сивуха,      
Gela Ketashvili Гела Кеташвили,        
Vladimir Dolgopolov Владимир Долгополов,       
Vasiliy Evseev Василий Евсеев,  
Aleksandr Metlitskiy Александр Метлицкий,      
Gennadiy Litovchenko Геннадий Литовченко,      
Yuriy Susloparov Юрий Суслопаров (Igor Pankratiev Игорь Панкратьев 46),
Sergey Dmitriev Сергей Дмитриев,       
Oleg Protasov Олег Протасов,    
Fanas Salimov Фанас Салимов,    
Levon Baratashvili Левон Бараташвили (Giya Guruli Гия Гурули 68) 
Barreiro. Estádio Alfredo Silva. 2000 spectators. ARB.: Ulrich Nyffenegger (Switzerland). Yellow card: Gela Ketashvili Гела Кеташвили
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Group 4
1. YUGOSLAVIA  6  3 2 1 12- 5  8
2. Bulgaria            6  3 2 1  6- 3  8
3. Wales               6  2 2 2  5- 6  6
4. Norway              6  0 2 4  6-15  2
 
21.09.1982 Wales 0-0 Norway
Wales: Rhys Wilmot, Mark Rosslyn Bowen (Paul Michael Maddy), Jeffrey Hopkins, Dudley Keith Lewis, Neil Slatter, David Owen Phillips, Constantinous "Tarki" Micallef, Dudley Lewis, Alan Davies, James Loveridge, Mark Hughes
Norway: Erik Thorstvedt, Lars Sørlie, Hans Jørgen Deunk, Jan Halvor Halvorsen, Håkon Lier Madsen, Vidar Sanderud, Stein Gran, Sverre Brandhaug, Cato Andersen, Paal Fjeldstad (Jørn Andersen), Jan Berg
Cardiff. 800 spectators. ARB.: Alfred Delcourt (Belgium).
 
12.10.1982 Norway 2-2 Yugoslavia
Goals: Hans Jørgen Deunk 34 or Paal Fjeldstad 35, Arnt Martin Kortgaard 88 or 87 / Dimitrije „Mitar“ Mrkela, Dragan Mance
Norway: Frode Holstad Hansen, Lars Sørlie, Hans Jørgen Deunk, Jan Halvor Halvorsen, Håkon Lier Madsen, Hans Martin Brandtun, Stig Cato Erstad (Vidar Sanderud 70), Arnt Martin Kortgaard, Cato Andersen, Brede Halvorsen, Paal Fjeldstad (Jørn Andersen 81)
Yugoslavia: Ivan Pudar, Marko Elsner, Vladan "Vlado" Čapljić (Zoran "Čava" Dimitrijević), Ljubomir Radanović, Mihail Rac, Boban Božović (Zvonko Popović), Nenad Gračan, Cvijan Milošević, Dimitrije „Mitar“ Mrkela, Dragan Mance, Borislav Cvetković
Oslo. 574 spectators. ARB.: Gerardus (Gerard) Geurds (Netherlands).      
 
26.10.1982 Bulgaria 2-0 Norway
Goals: Ayan Sadakov 31 penalty, Rafiev 36              
Bulgaria: 
Iliya Valov Илия Вълов, 
Nedyalko Mladenov Недялко Младенов, 
Dimitar Mladenov Димитър Младенов, 
Svetli Kalistratov Светли Калистратов, 
Tenev Тенев (Aleksandar Markov Александър Марков 86), 
Marin Bakalov Марин Бакалов (Stoyanov Стоянов 67), 
Nasko Sirakov Наско Сираков, 
Ayan Sadakov Аян Садъков, 
Rafiev Рафиев, 
Yordanov Йорданов, 
Tsingov Цингов
Norway: Erik Thorstvedt, Lars Sørlie, Jan Halvor Halvorsen, Vidar Sanderud, Hans Martin Brandtun,  Stig Cato Erstad (Pål Grønstad 80), Arnt Martin Kortgaard, Cato Andersen, Brede Halvorsen, Jan Berg, Paal Fjeldstad (Stein Egil Furuli 46)
Ruse. Gradski Stadium. 8000 or 15000 spectators. ARB.: Yusuf Namoğlu (Turkey).
 
16.11.1982 Bulgaria 0-2 Yugoslavia
Goals: Borislav Cvetković 4 penalty, 86 
Bulgaria: 
Iliya Valov Илия Вълов, 
Nedyalko Mladenov Недялко Младенов, 
Dimitar Mladenov Димитър Младенов, 
Svetli Kalistratov Светли Калистратов, 
Asen Mikhaylov Асен Михайлов, 
Marin Bakalov Марин Бакалов, 
Nasko Sirakov Наско Сираков (Ivan Valchev Иван Вълчев 56), 
Yordanov Йорданов, 
Rafiev Рафиев, 
Vasil Dragolov Васил Драголов (Stoev Стоев 76), 
Tsingov Цингов
Yugoslavia: Ivan Pudar, Zvonko Popović, Marko Elsner, Dušan Vlaisavljević, Dragoljub Brnović, Admir Smajić, Zoran "Čava" Dimitrijević, Boško Đurovski, Cvijan Milošević, Sead Kajtaz (Semir Tuce 36), Borislav Cvetković
Plovdiv. Stadium “9 septemvri” 3000 spectators. ARB.: Dieter Pauly (West Germany).
 
14.12.1982 Yugoslavia 2-0 Wales
Goals: Dragan Mance 47, 83
Yugoslavia: Ivan Pudar, Marko Elsner, Emir Džinović, Ljubomir Radanović, Mihail Rac, Dragoljub Brnović, Cvijan Milošević, Boban Božović, Nenad Gračan (Dragan Mance), Sead Kajtaz, Borislav Cvetković
Wales: Rhys Wilmot, Jeffrey Hopkins, Neil Slatter, Paul John Bodin (Paul Michael Maddy 46), Dudley Lewis, David Charles Giles, David Michael Williams, David Geraint Williams, Christopher Marustik, Alan Davies, Mark Hughes (Glyn Peter Hodges 65)  
Nikšić. 7000 spectators. ARB.: İhsan Türe (Turkey).
 
26.04.1983 Wales 0-1 Bulgaria
Goal: Mihail Valchev 40
Wales: Andrew Gerald (Andy) Dibble, Jeff Hopkins, Neil Slatter, Dudley Lewis, David Geraint Williams (Glyn Peter Hodges 46), Christopher Marustik, Walsh, Garreth Roberts, James Loveridge, Alan Davies, Darren Gale (Colin Pascoe 48)
Bulgaria: 
Iliya Valov Илия Вълов, 
Krasimir Koev Красимир Коев, 
Dimitar Mladenov Димитър Младенов, 
Nikolchev Николчев, 
Yanchev Янчев, 
Nasko Sirakov Наско Сираков, 
Marin Bakalov Марин Бакалов (Pетко Tenev Петко Тенев 75), 
Mikhail Valchev Mихаил Вълчев, 
Milen Bakardzhiev Милен Бакърджиев, 
Atanas Pashev Атанас Пашев (Stoev Стоев 61), 
Aleksandar Markov Александър Марков
Bangor. Stadium Bangor City. 3000 spectators. ARB.: Widukind Herrmann (East Germany).
 
06.09.1983 Norway 0-2 Bulgaria
Goals: Mikhail Valchev 20, Vasil Dragolov 27
Norway: Geir Mediås, Lars Sørlie, Jan Halvor Halvorsen, Vidar Sanderud, Bård Ivar Bjerkeland, Henning Bjarnøy, Olav Klepp, Stig Cato Erstad, Arnt Martin Kortgaard, Jan Berg (Egil Flemming Johansen 58), Jørn Andersen
Bulgaria: 
Georgi Tenev Георги Тенев, 
Krasimir Koev Красимир Коев, 
Dimitar Mladenov Димитър Младенов, 
Georgi Ovnarski Георги Овнарски, 
Iliev Илиев, 
Yanchev Янчев, 
Kostadinov Костадинов (Ivan Valchev Иван Вълчев 81), 
Vasil Dragolov Васил Драголов (Pетко Tenev Петко Тенев 68), 
Mikhail Valchev Mихаил Вълчев, 
Marin Bakalov Марин Бакалов, 
Atanas Pashev Атанас Пашев
Drammen. 1200 or 2000 spectators. ARB.: Gerald Losert (Austria).
 
20.09.1983 Norway 2-3 Wales
Goals: Jørn Andersen, Per Egil Ahlsen / Colin Pascoe, Anthony Andrew Rees, Mark Hughes
Norway: Geir Mediås, Lars Sørlie, Per Egil Ahlsen, Jan Halvor Halvorsen, Harald Røed, Stig Cato Erstad, Olav Klepp, Egil Flemming Johansen (Bjørn Gulden), Nils Ove Hellvik (Sten Glenn Håberg), Jan Berg, Jørn Andersen
Wales: Andrew Gerald (Andy) Dibble, Neil Slatter, Thomas, Doyle, Dudley Lewis, David Owen Phillips, Clayton Graham Blackmore, Christopher Marustik, Glyn Peter Hodges, Anthony Andrew Rees (Colin Pascoe), Mark Hughes (Darren Gale)
Frederikstad. 1150 spectators. ARB.: Jozef Marko (Czechoslovakia).  
 
11.10.1983 Yugoslavia 6-2 Norway
Goals: Semir Tuce 11, 67, Boško Đurovski 26, Zoran "Čava" Dimitrijević 50, 88, Dragan Stojković 60 / Per Egil Ahlsen penalty, Jan Halvor Halvorsen or Bjørn Gulden
Yugoslavia: Ivan Pudar, Marko Elsner, Branislav Drobnjak, Srečko Katanec, Admir Smajić (Žarko Đurović), Zoran "Čava" Dimitrijević, Dragan Stojković (Darko Pančev), Boško Đurovski, Nenad Gračan, Sead Kajtaz, Semir Tuce
Norway: Dan Erik Riisnes, Hans Martin Brandtun, Per Egil Ahlsen, Jan Halvor Halvorsen, Harald Røed, Bjørn Gulden, Olav Klepp, Egil Flemming Johansen (Sten Glenn Håberg), Jan Berg, Nils Ove Hellvik, Jørn Andersen
Pančevo. 5000 spectators. ARB.: László Pádár (Hungary).
 
15.11.1983 Bulgaria 1-1 Wales
Goals: Tanev 86 / Colin Pascoe 90   
Bulgaria: 
Iliya Valov Илия Вълов, 
Krasimir Koev Красимир Коев, 
Pетко Tenev Петко Тенев, 
Georgi Ovnarski Георги Овнарски (Plamen Prodanov Пламен Проданов 73), 
Iliev Илиев, 
Yanchev Янчев, 
Tanev Танев, 
Marin Bakalov Марин Бакалов, 
Mikhail Valchev Mихаил Вълчев, 
Atanas Pashev Атанас Пашев, 
Ivaylo Kirov Ивайло Киров (Stoev Стоев 67)
Wales: Andrew Gerald (Andy) Dibble, Mark Rosslyn Bowen, Dudley Lewis, Neil Slatter, David Owen Phillips, Steve Lowndes, Clayton Graham Blackmore, Christopher Marustik, Glyn Peter Hodges, Colin Pascoe, Mark Hughes
Blagoevgrad. Stadium “Hristo Botev”. 10000 spectators. ARB.: Rosario Lo Bello (Italy).
 
13.12.1983 Wales 1-0 Yugoslavia
Goal: Christopher Marustik 10
Wales: Rhys Wilmot, Mark Rosslyn Bowen, Dudley Keith Lewis, Neil Slatter, David Owen Phillips, Steve Lowndes, Clayton Graham Blackmore, Christopher Marustik, Glyn Peter Hodges (Andy Holden), Colin Pascoe, Mark Hughes
Yugoslavia: Ivan Pudar, Marko Elsner, Zoran Vulić, Mirsad Baljić, Vladan "Vlado" Čapljić, Dragutin "Drago" Čelić (Sead Kajtaz), Admir Smajić, Dragan Stojković, Branko Bošnjak, Borislav Cvetković (Darko Pančev), Semir Tuce
Newport. 1325 spectators. ARB.: Egbert Mulder (Netherlands).
 
20.12.1983 Yugoslavia 0-0 Bulgaria
Yugoslavia: Ivan Pudar, Branko Bošnjak, Mirsad Baljić, Vladan "Vlado" Čapljić, Admir Smajić, Zoran Bojović, Dragutin "Drago" Čelić, Boban Božović, Sead Kajtaz (Semir Tuce 46), Darko Pančev, Borislav Cvetković
Bulgaria: 
Iliya Valov Илия Вълов, 
Krasimir Koev Красимир Коев, 
Pетко Tenev Петко Тенев, 
Aleksandar Markov Александър Марков, 
Iliev Илиев, 
Marin Bakalov Марин Бакалов, 
Hristo Sotirov Христо Сотиров (Stoev Стоев 78), 
Yanchev Янчев, 
Mikhail Valchev Mихаил Вълчев, 
Tanev Танев, 
Atanas Pashev Атанас Пашев (Milen Bakardzhiev Милен Бакърджиев 65)
Šibenik. Stadium “Rade Koncar”. 6000 spectators. ARB.: Talat Tokat (Turkey).
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Group 3
1. ENGLAND        6  5 0 1 13- 4 10
2. Greece             6  3 2 1  6- 4    8
3. Hungary            6  1 1 4  7- 8    3
4. Denmark           6  1 1 4  6-16   3
 
21.09.1982 Denmark 1-4 England
Goals: Bent Christensen 36 / Gary Mabbutt 26 or 24, 60, Cyrille Regis 33 or 35, Paul Davis 50
Denmark: Lennart JØRGENSEN, Henrik "KB" HANSEN, Jan HEINTZE, Henning LARSEN (Søren LARSEN 48), John LARSEN, Lars SØRENSEN, Bent CHRISTENSEN, John HELT, Per STEFFENSEN (Mogens KJELDSEN 80), Kim VILFORT, Per FRIMANN
England: Gary Bailey, Barry Venison, Gary Mabbutt, Steve McMahon, Brian Kilcline, Chris Whyte, Nigel Callaghan, Paul Bracewell (Paul Walsh), Cyrille Regis, Paul Davis (Nick Pickering), John Barnes                 
København (Hvidovre). Hvidovre Stadion. 500 or 1200 spectators. ARB.: Widukind Herrmann (East Germany).
 
16.11.1982 Greece 1-0 England
Goal: Lysandros Georgamlis 87 or 86
Greece: 
Γιάννης Γκιτσιούδης Giannis Gitsioudis, 
Στέλιος Μανωλάς Stylianos (Stelios) Manolas, 
Λύσανδρος Γεωργαμλής Lysandros Georgamlis, 
Δημήτρης Αϊβαζίδης Dimitris Aivazidis, 
Τάκης Καραγκιοζόπουλος Takis (Dimitrios) Karagkiozopoulos, 
Θεόδωρος Βουτιρίτσας Theodoros Voutiritsas, 
Δημήτρης Σαραβάκος Dimitris Saravákos, 
Κώστας Αντωνίου Kostas Antoniou, 
Κώστας Μπατσινίλας Kostas Batsinílas (Κώστας Μαυρίδης Konstantinos (Kostas) Mavridis 46), 
Βαγγέλης Βλάχος Vangelis Vlákhos (Θεόδωρος Πατρώνης Theodoros Patronis 50), 
Δανιήλ Παπαδόπουλος Daniil Papadopoulos
England: Gary Bailey, Barry Venison, Derek Statham, Steve McMahon (Paul Bracewell 84), Brian Kilcline, Chris Whyte, John Barnes (Steve Hodge 80), Paul Walsh, Mark Hateley, Paul Davis, Mark Chamberlain
Piraeus. Karaiskaki Stadium. 12000 spectators. 
 
29.03.1983 England 2-1 Greece
Goals: Danny Wallace 34 or 32, Mpontzos 89 own goal / Theodoros Voutiritsas 85 or 86
England: Alan Knight, Danny Thomas, Irvin Gernon, Paul Bracewell, Mark Wright, Tommy Caton, Steve McMahon, Paul Walsh (Nigel Callaghan), Mark Hateley, Nick Pickering (Paul Davis), Danny Wallace
Greece: 
Γιάννης Γκιτσιούδης Giannis Gitsioudis, 
Στέλιος Μανωλάς Stylianos (Stelios) Manolas, 
Λύσανδρος Γεωργαμλής Lysandros Georgamlis, 
Δημήτρης Αϊβαζίδης Dimitris Aivazidis (Πεππές Peppes), 
Κώστας Μαυρίδης Konstantinos (Kostas) Mavridis, 
Θεόδωρος Βουτιρίτσας Theodoros Voutiritsas, 
Θεόδωρος Πατρώνης Theodoros Patronis, 
Δημόπουλος Dimopoulos, 
Μπόντζος Mpontzos, 
Βαγγέλης Βλάχος Vangelis Vlákhos (Δανιήλ Παπαδόπουλος Daniil Papadopoulos), 
Γιώργος Μητσιμπόνας Georgios Mitsibónas
Portsmouth. Fratton Park. 8499 spectators. 
 
26.04.1983 Denmark 1-1 Greece
Goals: Keld Bordinggaard 30 / Daniil Papadopoulos 80
Denmark: Mogens KROGH, Lars B.CHRISTENSEN, Henrik "KB" HANSEN, Jan HEINTZE, Henning LARSEN, John LARSEN, Keld BORDINGGAARD, Jan MØLBY, Brian BERTELSEN (Sigurd KRISTENSEN 60), Kenneth BRYLLE, Per FRIMANN
Greece: 
Δημήτριος Σκούνας Dimítrios Skoúnas, 
Λύσανδρος Γεωργαμλής Lysandros Georgamlis, 
Ηλιάδης Iliadis, 
Γιώργος Μητσιμπόνας Georgios Mitsibónas, 
Τάκης Καραγκιοζόπουλος Takis (Dimitrios) Karagkiozopoulos, 
Πεππές Peppes (Δανιήλ Παπαδόπουλος Daniil Papadopoulos 46), 
Δημόπουλος Dimopoulos, 
Θεόδωρος Πατρώνης Theodoros Patronis (Πολύβιος (Πολ) Χατζόπουλος Pol Hadzopoulos 70), 
Κώστας Μπατσινίλας Kostas Batsinílas, 
Βαγγέλης Βλάχος Vangelis Vlákhos, 
Θεόδωρος Βουτιρίτσας Theodoros Voutiritsas
København (Glostrup). Glostrup Stadion. 966 spectators. ARB.: Egbert Mulder (Netherlands).
 
26.04.1983 England 1-0 Hungary
Goal: Paul Walsh 75
England: Alan Knight, Danny Thomas, John Bernard Ryan, Paul Bracewell, Mark Wright, Gary Stevens, Danny Wallace, Paul Walsh (Nigel Callaghan 87), Mark Hateley (Paul Davis 68), Nick Pickering, John Barnes
Hungary: Péter Disztl, László Disztl, Ferenc Horváth, Szabó, János Grósz, Ádám Kurucz, Ferenc Csongrádi, László Gere, Lajos Détári, József Kiprich (Vaszilisz Teodoru II 78), Imre Boda
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. St James' Park. 7810 spectators. Yellow card: Ádám Kurucz.   
 
14.05.1983 Hungary 1-1 Greece
Goals: László Gere or László Disztl / Daniil Papadopoulos 
Hungary: Péter Disztl, István Turbék, László Disztl, Robert Horváth, Szabó, Ferenc Csongrádi, László Gere, Lajos Détári (Varga 64), József Kiprich, Imre Boda, Vaszilisz Teodoru II (Szekeres 46)
Greece: 
Γιάννης Γκιτσιούδης Giannis Gitsioudis, 
Λύσανδρος Γεωργαμλής Lysandros Georgamlis, 
Ηλιάδης Iliadis, 
Γιώργος Μητσιμπόνας Georgios Mitsibónas, 
Τάκης Καραγκιοζόπουλος Takis (Dimitrios) Karagkiozopoulos, 
Θεόδωρος Πατρώνης Theodoros Patronis (Κώστας Αντωνίου Kostas Antoniou 80), 
Θανάσης Καναράς Thanasis Kanaras, 
Θεόδωρος Βουτιρίτσας Theodoros Voutiritsas, 
Δημόπουλος Dimopoulos (Κώστας Μαυρίδης Konstantinos (Kostas) Mavridis 80), 
Κώστας Μπατσινίλας Kostas Batsinílas, 
Δανιήλ Παπαδόπουλος Daniil Papadopoulos
Székesfehérvár. 4000 spectators. ARB.: Gerald Losert (Austria). Yellow cards: Δημόπουλος Dimopoulos, László Disztl.
 
31.05.1983 Denmark 2-1 Hungary
Goals: John Eriksen 58 or Tibor Balog own goal 60, Per Frimann 85 penalty / Ferenc Csongrádi 37 or 38
Denmark: Henrik CHRISTENSEN, Jan HEINTZE, Henning LARSEN (Klaus JENSEN 70), John LARSEN, Stig MARKUSSEN, Kent NIELSEN, John SIVEBÆK, Keld BORDINGGAARD, John ERIKSEN, Per FRIMANN, Michael MANNICHE
Hungary: Péter Disztl, János Grósz (Tibor Balog 51), László Disztl, Robert Horváth, Szabó, Varga, Ádám Kurucz, Lajos Détári (Vaszilisz Teodoru II 63), Ferenc Csongrádi, József Kiprich, Imre Boda
København (Vanløse). Vanløse Idrætspark. 882 spectators. ARB.: Rolf Haugen (Norway). Yellow cards: László Disztl, Ádám Kurucz, Péter Disztl
 
20.09.1983 England 4-1 Denmark
Goals: Brian Stein 26, 69 or 74, Paul Walsh 30 or 31, 46 / Kim Vilfort 54
England: Chris Woods, Mel Sterland, Tommy Caton, Paul Bracewell, Dave Watson, Mark Wright, Nigel Callaghan, Brian Stein, Paul Walsh (Mark Walters), Steve Hodge, Danny Wallace
Denmark: Lars HØGH, Jan HEINTZE, Bjørn KRISTENSEN, John LARSEN, Stig MARKUSSEN, Kent NIELSEN, John SIVEBÆK, Bent CHRISTENSEN, Kim VILFORT, John ERIKSEN, Per FRIMANN
Norwich. Carrow Road. 7836 spectators. ARB.: Marcel Van Langenhove (Belgium).
 
11.10.1983 Hungary 0-2 England
Goals: Paul Walsh 23 or 24, Brian Stein 39 or 40
Hungary: László Szieben, István Turbék, Szűcs, Tibor Balog, Lajos Rezi, József Bánki (Tibor Pecsics 46), László Gere, Lajos Détári, Kiss, György Bognár (Sándor Lippai 75), Mészáros
England: Gary Bailey, Mel Sterland, Tommy Caton, Paul Bracewell, Gary Stevens, Mark Wright, Nigel Callaghan, Brian Stein, Steve McMahon, Paul Walsh, Danny Wallace (Mark Walters 61)
Nyíregyháza. Stadion Sóstói Úti. 10000 spectators. ARB.: Stjepan Glavina (Yugoslavia). Yellow card: Tibor Pecsics
 
25.10.1983 Hungary 5-1 Denmark
Goals: Mihály Borostyán 8, Róbert Koch 23, 84, Mészáros 45, 70 / Lars Lunde 72
Hungary: László Szieben, István Kozma (Tibor Pecsics 73), László Disztl, Tibor Balog, György Csima, Lajos Détári, László Gere (Imre Fodor 75), Róbert Koch, László Gyimesi, Mészáros, Mihály Borostyán
Denmark: Mogens KROGH, Henrik ANDERSEN (Lars LUNDE 46), Jan HEINTZE, John LARSEN, Stig MARKUSSEN, Kent NIELSEN, John SIVEBÆK, Bent CHRISTENSEN (Sigurd KRISTENSEN 78), Kim VILFORT, Kim ZIEGLER, Torben CHRISTENSEN
Budapest. Népstadion. 2500 spectators. ARB.: Michalis Antoniou (Cyprus). Yellow card: Lars Lunde
 
15.11.1983 Greece 1-0 Denmark
Goal: Georgios Mitsibónas or Kostas Batsinílas
Greece: 
Γιάννης Γκιτσιούδης Giannis Gitsioudis, 
Χρήστος Κουτρόπουλος Hristos Koutropoulos, 
Λύσανδρος Γεωργαμλής Lysandros Georgamlis, 
Γιώργος Μητσιμπόνας Georgios Mitsibónas, 
Τάκης Καραγκιοζόπουλος Takis (Dimitrios) Karagkiozopoulos, 
Πεππές Peppes, 
Αλεξανδρίδης Aleksandridis (Ακρίβόπουλος Akrivopoulos 83), 
Ανδρέας Μπονόβας Andreas Bonovas, 
Κώστας Μπατσινίλας Kostas Batsinílas, 
Θεόδωρος Βουτιρίτσας Theodoros Voutiritsas, 
Γιώργος Βλαστός Georgios Vlastos (Δημόπουλος Dimopoulos 46)
Denmark: Jesper HANSEN, Jan HEINTZE (John SIVEBÆK 25), Henning LARSEN, Stig MARKUSSEN, Kent NIELSEN, John WIDELL, Bent CHRISTENSEN, Brian CHRØIS, Kim VILFORT, Torben CHRISTENSEN, Lars LUNDE (Keld BORDINGGAARD 50)
Corinth. 4000 spectators. ARB.: Yordan Zhezhov (Bulgaria).
 
02.12.1983 Greece 1-0 Hungary
Goal: Michalis Ziógas 30
Greece: 
Γιάννης Γκιτσιούδης Giannis Gitsioudis, 
Χρήστος Κουτρόπουλος Hristos Koutropoulos, 
Λύσανδρος Γεωργαμλής Lysandros Georgamlis, 
Γιώργος Μητσιμπόνας Georgios Mitsibónas,
Τάκης Καραγκιοζόπουλος Takis (Dimitrios) Karagkiozopoulos, 
Πεππές Peppes, 
Δημόπουλος Dimopoulos, 
Κώστας Αντωνίου Kostas Antoniou, 
Κώστας Μπατσινίλας Kostas Batsinílas, 
Θεόδωρος Βουτιρίτσας Theodoros Voutiritsas, 
Μιχάλης Ζιώγας Michalis Ziógas (Δουλγεράκης Doulgerakis 84)
Hungary: László Szieben, László Disztl, Tibor Pecsics, Lajos Rezi, Tibor Balog, István Kozma, Lajos Détári (Csaba Czigány 80), Varga, László Gyimesi, Imre Fodor (Sándor Lippai 46), Gyula Plótár       
Veria. ARB.: Anthony Briguglio (Malta). Yellow card: Λύσανδρος Γεωργαμλής Lysandros Georgamlis. 
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Group 5
1. ITALY                       6  5 0 1  9- 3 10
2. Czechoslovakia        6  4 1 1 15- 7  9
3. Romania                  6  2 1 3  8-12  5
4. Cyprus                     6  0 0 6  4-14  0
 
01.05.1982 Cyprus 1-2 Romania
Goals: Andreou 55 / Costel Ilie 17 penalty, Gavril Balint 60
Cyprus: Ανδρέου Andreou, others players ?
Romania: Neculai Alexa, Augustin Eduard, Cornel Fâşic, Ioan Andone, Marin Matei, Ion Adrian Zare, Daniel Adrian Minea, Marian Circiumaru, Costel Ilie, Gavril Balint, Stere Sertov
Nicosia or Limassol. ARB.: Adolf Mathias (Austria).
 
27.10.1982 Italy 2-0 Romania
Goals: Pasquale Casale 77 or 78, Alberigo Evani 87 or 86
Italy: Giovanni Galli, Roberto Galia, Michele Armenise (Alberigo Evani 60), Sergio Battistini, Dario Bonetti, Nicola Caricola, Augusto Gabriele, Pasquale Casale, Giuseppe Galderisi (Paolo Monelli 71), Claudio Valigi, Pietro Mariani
Romania: Iosif Ioan Lovas, Vasile Mănăilă, Augustin Eduard, Cornel Fâşic (Octavian Popescu 81 or 82), Constantin Stancu, Pană, Florin Popicu, Daniel Adrian Minea, Costel Ilie, Romulus Gabor, Gavril Balint
Benevento. 13000 spectators. ARB.: Aron Schmidhuber (West Germany).
 
11.11.1982 Czechoslovakia 2-1 Italy
Goals: Rudolf Pavlík 30 penalty or 31 penalty or 32 penalty, 69 penalty or 70 penalty / Paolo Monelli 21 or 23
Czechoslovakia: Jan Stejskal, Július Bielik, František Straka, Jiří Jeslínek, Lavička, Rudolf Pavlík, Jozef Chovanec, Bohuš Víger (Josef Klucký 69 or 73 or 74), Miroslav Siva (Luděk Kovačík 59 or 58), Stanislav Griga, Milan Luhový
Italy: Giovanni Galli, Roberto Galia, Riccardo Ferri, Sergio Battistini (Alberigo Evani 86 or 87), Dario Bonetti, Nicola Caricola, Massimo Mauro (Giuseppe Galderisi 58 or 59), Pasquale Casale, Paolo Monelli, Claudio Valigi, Pietro Mariani
Prague. Letná Stadium. 3000 or 6000 spectators. ARB.: Živorad Vuksanović (Yugoslavia). Yellow cards: Massimo Mauro, Pietro Mariani, Dario Bonetti, Luděk Kovačík, Sergio Battistini, Jiří Jeslínek. Red cards: František Straka, Pietro Mariani     
 
01.12.1982 Cyprus 0-1 Italy
Goal: Paolo Monelli 34 or 35
Cyprus: 
Kleftis, 
Αναστάση Anastasi (Σάββα Savva 53 or 54), 
Αντώνης Αντρελλής Antonis Antrellis, 
Gregoriou or Grigoriou, 
Μάκης Σωκράτους Avraam "Makis" Sokratous, 
Τσίκκος Tsikkos, 
Ανδρέας Κάντηλος Andreas Kantilos, 
Loizou, 
Φλώρος Νικολάου Floros Nicolaou, 
Γεωργίου Georgiou, 
Αυγουστή Avgousti (Χρυσοστόμου Hrysostomou or Christostomous 78)  
Italy: Giovanni Galli, Roberto Galia, Alberigo Evani, Sergio Battistini, Riccardo Ferri, Nicola Caricola, Augusto Gabriele, Pasquale Casale, Giuseppe Galderisi (Giuseppe Incocciati 84), Claudio Valigi, Paolo Monelli 
Limassol. ARB.: Tsonchev (Bulgaria).        
 
27.03.1983 Czechoslovakia 2-0 Cyprus
Goals: Knoflíček 8, Josef Klucký 20
Czechoslovakia: Jan Stejskal, Jaroslav Šilhavý, Jozef Chovanec, Josef Klucký, Luboš Kubík, Rudolf Pavlík, Peter Herda, Lavička (Gabriel Bertalan 70), Knoflíček, Stanislav Griga, Milan Luhový (Miroslav Siva 80)        
Cyprus: 
Ανδρέας Χαρίτου Andreas Haritou, 
Αναστάση Anastasi, 
Ηλία Elia, 
Κωνσταντίνου Konstantinou, 
Μάκης Σωκράτους Avraam "Makis" Sokratous, 
Τσίκκος Tsikkos, 
Ανδρέου Andreou, 
Loizou, 
Φλώρος Νικολάου Floros Nikolaou, 
Γεωργίου Georgiou, 
Mavroulis (Χρήστος Κολιαντρής Hristos Koliantris 75)
Nový Bydžov. 3000 spectators. ARB.: Plarent Kotherja (Albania).
 
16.04.1983 Cyprus 1-4 Czechoslovakia
Goals: Hrysostomou 80 penalty or Andreou 81 penalty / Luděk Kovačík 22, Ivo Knoflíček 31 or 32, Milan Luhový 38 penalty, Stanislav Griga 69
Cyprus: Ανδρέου Andreou, Χρήστος Κολιαντρής Hristos Koliantris, others players ?
Czechoslovakia: Jan Stejskal, Jaroslav Šilhavý, Jozef Chovanec, Josef Klucký, Luboš Kubík, Rudolf Pavlík (Jiří Jeslínek 70), Peter Herda, Luděk Kovačík, Knoflíček, Stanislav Griga, Milan Luhový (Miroslav Siva 78)
Larnaca. 2000 spectators.  
 
27.04.1983 Italy 2-1 Czechoslovakia
Goals: Bruno Giordano 35, 41 penalty / Jiří Jeslínek 80 or 75
Italy: Michelangelo Rampulla, Giuseppe Bergomi, Roberto Galia, Nicola Caricola, Dario Bonetti, Andrea Icardi, Massimo Mauro, Sergio Battistini, Bruno Giordano, Giuseppe Dossena, Roberto Mancini (Claudio Valigi 82)
Czechoslovakia: Jan Stejskal, Jozef Chovanec, Jaroslav Šilhavý, Josef Klucký, Luboš Kubík, Peter Herda, Rudolf Pavlík, Knoflíček (Miroslav Siva 46), Jiří Jeslínek, Stanislav Griga (Gabriel Bertalan 71 or 69), Luděk Kovačík
Trieste. 15305 spectators. ARB.: Augusto Marques Pires (Portugal).
 
14.05.1983 Romania 1-4 Czechoslovakia
Goals: Sorin Gângu 16 / Josef Klucký 5 or 6, 50 or 49, Knoflíček 28 or 27, Peter Herda 45 or 44
Romania: Neculai Alexa, Miodrag Belodedici (Francisc Jenei 50), Vasile Mănăilă, Augustin Eduard, Cristian Gheorghiu, Iordan Eftimie, Costel Ilie, Lică Stavarache Movilă, Gavril Balint (Octavian Popescu 42), Iulius Nemțeanu, Sorin Gângu
Czechoslovakia: Jan Stejskal, Ivan Hašek (Jiří Jeslínek 46), Jozef Chovanec, Josef Klucký, Július Bielik, Rudolf Pavlík (Gabriel Bertalan 80), Peter Herda, Luboš Kubík, Knoflíček, Stanislav Griga, Milan Luhový
Bucharest. 20000 spectators.  ARB.: Rudolf Renggli (Switzerland).
 
12.10.1983 Romania 0-1 Italy
Goal: Beniamino Vignola 60
Romania: Andrei Speriatu, Vasile Mănăilă, Florin Popicu, Augustin Eduard, Ioan Tătăran, Ștefan Bălan, Iordan Eftimie, Marius Mihai Lăcătuș, Costel Ilie (Gelu Paveliuc 70 or 69), Octavian Popescu (Stere Sertov 58 or 57), Gavril Balint
Italy: Michelangelo Rampulla, Riccardo Ferri, Roberto Galia, Ubaldo Righetti (Nicola Caricola 46), Dario Bonetti, Massimo Bonini, Andrea Icardi, Sergio Battistini, Paolo Monelli, Beniamino Vignola, Giuseppe Galderisi (Gianluca Vialli 46)
Slatina. 16000 spectators. ARB.: Roger Schoeters (Belgium).
 
12.11.1983 Romania 3-2 Cyprus
Goals: Ovidiu Mihai Burdujan 64 penalty, Marius Mihai Lăcătuș 70, 75 / Kittos 30, Mavros 40
Romania: Andrei Speriatu, Vasile Mănăilă, Miodrag Belodedici, Octavian Grigore (Octavian Popescu 60), Mircea Popa, Gheorghe Roman, Gelu Paveliuc, Ștefan Bălan, Iordan Eftimie (Ovidiu Mihai Burdujan 60), Marius Mihai Lăcătuș, Stere Sertov
Cyprus: 
Kleftis, 
Αντώνης Αντρελλής Antonis Antrellis, 
Flikos, 
Flores or Φλώρος Νικολάου Floros Nikolaou
Ιακώβου Iakovou, 
Σπύρος Καστάνας Spyros Kastanas (Kittos 27), 
Χρήστος Κολιαντρής Hristos Koliantris (Protopopa or Protopapas 84), 
Μαύρος Mavros, 
Μάκης Σωκράτους Avraam "Makis" Sokratous, 
Αναστάση Anastasi, 
Stefanakis or Stefanou
Buzău. 17000 spectators. ARB.: Kazimierz Mikołajewski (Poland).
 
29.11.1983 Czechoslovakia 2-2 Romania
Goals: Stanislav Griga 18 or 15, Rudolf Pavlík 51 penalty or 50 penalty / Ioan Constantin Cojocaru 32 or 31, Gavril Balint 88 penalty or 85 penalty
Czechoslovakia: Jan Stejskal, Július Bielik, Jozef Chovanec, Josef Klucký, Ivan Hašek, Rudolf Pavlík, Peter Herda, Luděk Kovačík (Bohuš Víger 80), Ivo Knoflíček, Stanislav Griga, Karel Kula (Miroslav Hirko 66)
Romania: Helmuth Duckadam, Vasile Mănăilă, Miodrag Belodedici, Mircea Popa, Augustin Eduard, Lică Stavarache Movilă, Ioan Tătăran, Ștefan Bălan, Ioan Constantin Cojocaru (Octavian Grigore 50), Gavril Balint, Stere Sertov (Gelu Paveliuc 74)
Trenčin. 3000 spectators. ARB.: Yuriy Savchenko (USSR). Yellow cards: Peter Herda, Stanislav Griga, Stere Sertov, Ioan Tătăran  
 
21.12.1983 Italy 2-0 Cyprus
Goals: Sergio Battistini 25, Roberto Mancini 46
Italy: Michelangelo Rampulla, Riccardo Ferri, Alberigo Evani, Andrea Icardi, Nicola Caricola, Alessandro Renica, Massimo Mauro, Sergio Battistini, Paolo Monelli (Roberto Mancini 46), Beniamino Vignola, Giuseppe Galderisi (Gianluca Vialli 75 or 76)    
Cyprus: Ανδρέας Χαρίτου Andreas Haritou, 
Αναστάση Anastasi, 
Ηλία Elia, 
Σπύρος Καστάνας Spyros Kastanas, 
Michael or Μιχαήλ Mihail, 
Loizou, 
Ανδρέου Andreou, 
Λάμπρου Lambrou, 
Φλώρος Νικολάου Floros Nikolaou, 
Kittou (Τσίκκος Tsikkos 79), 
Χρήστος Κολιαντρής Hristos Koliantris
Cava de' Tirreni. 4513 spectators. ARB.: Alan Snoddy (North Ireland).
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Antikov wrote:16.04.1983 Cyprus 1-4 Czechoslovakia
Goals: Hrysostomou 80 penalty or Andreou 81 penalty / Luděk Kovačík 22, Ivo Knoflíček 31 or 32, Milan Luhový 38 penalty, Stanislav Griga 69
Chrysostomou 80' pen, according to the "Cyprus Mail"
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QUARTERFINALS

28.02.1984 England 6-1 France
Goals: Mark Hateley 24 or 21, 32 or 23, 64 penalty, 88, Dave Watson 57, Mel Sterland 73 / Philippe Anziani 17
England: Gary Bailey, Mel Sterland, Tommy Caton (Nick Pickering 46), Paul Bracewell, Dave Watson, Gary Stevens, Nigel Callaghan, Steve Moran (Mark Chamberlain 46), Mark Hateley, Steve Hodge, Danny Wallace
France: Pascal Olmeta, Éric Péan, Fabice Poullain, Loïc Pérard, Boli, Seth Adonkor, Henry (Patrice Lestage 73), Thierry Oleksiak, Jean-Marc Ferreri, Philippe Anziani, Didier Phillippe
Sheffield. Hillsborough. 6409 spectators. ARB.: Svein Inge Thime (Norway).
 
28.03.1984 France 0-1 England
Goal: Mark Hateley 59 penalty or 61 penalty
France: Pascal Olmeta, Fabice Poullain, Loïc Pérard, Jean-Luc Buisine, Claude Puel, Boli, Daniel Bravo (Philippe Vercruysse 51), Seth Adonkor, Henry, Marc Pascal (Didier Phillippe 76), Patrice Garande
England: Gary Bailey, Mel Sterland (Gary Stevens 46), Nick Pickering, Paul Bracewell, Dave Watson, Tommy Caton, Nigel Callaghan, Paul Walsh, Mark Hateley, Gary Mabbutt, Danny Wallace               
Rouen. Stade Robert Diochon. 20000 spectators. 
 
14.03.1984 Scotland 2-1 Yugoslavia
Goals: Maurice Johnston 41 or 40, Brian McClair 65 or 66 / Admir Smajić 48
Scotland: Bryan Gunn, Steve Nicol, Maurice Malpas, Roy Aitken, Richard Gough, Neale James Cooper, Paul McStay, Neil Simpson, Brian McClair, Douglas Bell, Maurice Johnston
Yugoslavia: Ivan Pudar, Zoran Vulić (Vladimir Vermezović), Ljubomir Radanović, Mirsad Baljić, Srečko Katanec, Boško Đurovski, Admir Smajić, Nenad Gračan, Darko Pančev (Sead Kajtaz), Mehmed Baždarević, Semir Tuce
Aberdeen. Pittodrie Stadium. 11300 spectators. ARB.: Bo Helen (Sweden). Yellow card: Srečko Katanec.
 
04.04.1984 Yugoslavia 3-1 Scotland [aet]
Goals: Dragan Mance 10 or 11, Dragan Stojković 62, Borislav Cvetković 94 / Maurice Johnston 50
Yugoslavia: Ivan Pudar, Zoran Vulić (Enes Bešić), Branko Miljuš, Toni Savevski, Vladan "Vlado" Čapljić, Dragi Setinov, Dragutin "Drago" Čelić (Zvonko Popović 72), Edin Ćurić (Zvonko Popović 70), Dragan Stojković, Borislav Cvetković, Dragan Mance
Scotland: Bryan Gunn, Steve Clarke, Mark Reid, Richard Gough, Graham Hogg, Maurice Malpas, Robert (Bobby) Russell (John Hewitt), Roy Aitken, Charlie Nicholas (Brian McClair 72 or 70), Paul McStay, Maurice Johnston
Belgrade. Stadion Jugoslovenske narodne armije. 6000 spectators. ARB.: Alder Dante da Silva dos Santos (Portugal).
 
14.03.1984 Albania 0-1 Italy
Goal: Paolo Monelli 90 or 89
Albania: Halim Mersini or Durimi, Hysen Zmijani, Muhedin Targaj, Adnan Ocelli, Fatbardh Jera, Agim Canaj, Arben Vila, Mirel Josa, Topçiu, Sulejman Demollari, Sefedin Braho (Sokol Kushta 78)
Italy: Michelangelo Rampulla, Roberto Galia, Dario Bonetti, Andrea Icardi, Filippo Galli,  Alessandro Renica, Massimo Mauro, Sergio Battistini, Roberto Mancini, Beniamino Vignola, Paolo Monelli
Tirana. Qemal Stafa. 25000 or 30000 spectators. ARB.: Siegfried Kirschen (East Germany).
 
04.04.1984 Italy 1-0 Albania
Goal: Beniamino Vignola 33
Italy: Michelangelo Rampulla, Roberto Galia, Dario Bonetti (Nicola Caricola 85), Andrea Icardi, Celeste Pin, Alessandro Renica, Massimo Mauro, Sergio Battistini, Roberto Mancini (Giuseppe Galderisi 46), Beniamino Vignola, Paolo Monelli
Albania: Halim Mersini or Durimi, Liti, Skender Hodja, Adnan Ocelli, Fatbardh Jera, Agim Canaj, Topçiu, Mirel Josa, Haxhi Ballgjini, Sulejman Demollari (Briza 70 or 69), Arben Vila
Brescia. Stadio Mario Rigamonti. 4705 spectators. ARB.: Emilio Soriano Aladrén (Spain).
 
21.03.1984 Poland 2-2 Spain
Goals: Jan Furtok 28, Dariusz Dziekanowski 84 or 82 / Roberto Simón MARINA 32, ROBERTO Fernández Bonillo 80
Poland: Józef Wandzik, Dariusz Kubicki, Dariusz Wdowczyk, Kazimierz Sokołowski, Zbigniew Waldemar Kaczmarek, Kowalski (Jan Urban 46), Ryszard Tarasiewicz, Dariusz Dziekanowski, Jan Furtok, Mariusz Niewiadomski, Marek Leśniak (Socha 76 or 74)
Spain: Andoni ZUBIZARRETA Urreta, DIEGO Rodríguez Fernández (Francisco “PATXI” SALINAS Fernández 80 or 78), Manuel SANCHIS Hontiyuelo, ESTEBAN Gutiérrez Fernández, Sebastián López Serrano "CHANO", MIGUEL ÁNGEL García Domínguez, Roberto Simón MARINA, ROBERTO Fernández Bonillo, FRANCISCO Javier López Alfaro, Jesús Vicente GARCÍA-PITARCH Marco (JULIO SALINAS Fernández 55 or 54), Juan Francisco ÁLVAREZ Giráldez
Opole. 6000 or 10000 spectators. ARB.: Arto Ravander (Finland). Yellow cards: Marek Leśniak, Roberto Simón MARINA, FRANCISCO Javier López Alfaro, Jesús Vicente GARCÍA-PITARCH Marco.
 
11.04.1984 Spain 4-1 Poland
Goals: José Miguel González Martín del Campo “MÍCHEL” 73, ROBERTO Fernández Bonillo 75 or 76, JULIO SALINAS Fernández 86 or 87, 88 / Robert Warzycha or Socha 90 or 89
Spain: Andoni ZUBIZARRETA Urreta, DIEGO Rodríguez Fernández, Manuel SANCHIS Hontiyuelo, MIGUEL ÁNGEL García Domínguez, Luis DE LA FUENTE Castillo, Roberto Simón MARINA, ROBERTO Fernández Bonillo, Rafael MARTÍN VÁZQUEZ, José María BAKERO Escudero (Aitor BEGIRISTAIN Mújika 76 or 78), José Miguel González Martín del Campo “MÍCHEL”, Juan Francisco ÁLVAREZ Giráldez (JULIO SALINAS Fernández 59 or 58)
Poland: Józef Wandzik, Mirosław Myśliński, Kazimierz Sokołowski, Zbigniew Waldemar Kaczmarek, Ryszard Tarasiewicz, Mariusz Niewiadomski (Robert Warzycha 46 or 72), Dariusz Wdowczyk, Dariusz Dziekanowski, Marek Leśniak (Socha 72 or 70 or 65), Jan Furtok, Tadeusz Świątek
Zaragoza. 15000 spectators. ARB.: Bruno Galler (Switzerland).
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18.04.1984 England 3-1 Italy
Goals: Mark Chamberlain 6, Jean-Michel (Mitch) d'Avray 40 or 41, Mel Sterland 73 penalty or 72 penalty / Alessandro Renica 80 or Tommy Caton own goal 81
England: Peter Hucker, Mel Sterland, Nick Pickering, Paul Bracewell, Dave Watson, Tommy Caton, Mark Chamberlain, Howard Gayle, Jean-Michel (Mitch) d'Avray, Stewart Robson, Kevin Brock
Italy: Michelangelo Rampulla, Giuseppe Bergomi, Riccardo Ferri, Ubaldo Righetti, Celeste Pin (Filippo Galli 49), Roberto Galia, Fausto Pari (Alessandro Renica 71 or 68), Sergio Battistini, Roberto Mancini, Giuseppe Dossena, Paolo Monelli
Manchester. Maine Road. 3496 spectators. ARB.: Aron Schmidhuber (West Germany)
 
02.05.1984 Italy 1-0 England
Goal: Roberto Mancini 13 or 12
Italy: Michelangelo Rampulla, Roberto Galia, Giuseppe Bergomi, Andrea Icardi, Filippo Galli, Alessandro Renica, Massimo Mauro (Giuseppe Galderisi 77), Daniele Massaro, Paolo Monelli, Giuseppe Dossena, Roberto Mancini
England: Gary Bailey, Danny Thomas, Nick Pickering, Paul Bracewell, Dave Watson, Tommy Caton (Gary Stevens 46), Nigel Callaghan, Brian Stein, Mark Hateley, Steve Hodge, Danny Wallace
Florence. Stadio Comunale. 12000 spectators. ARB.: Marcel Van Langenhove (Belgium).  
 
25.04.1984 Yugoslavia 0-1 Spain
Goal: Emilio BUTRAGUEÑO Santos 20 penalty
Yugoslavia: Fahrudin Omerović, Toni Savevski (Zvonko Popović 46), Emir Džinović, Ljubomir Radanović, Mirsad Baljić, Srečko Katanec, Admir Smajić, Mehmed Baždarević, Sead Kajtaz, Darko Pančev (Dragan Mance 46), Semir Tuce
Spain: Andoni ZUBIZARRETA Urreta, Miguel Porlán Noguera “CHENDO”, Manuel SANCHIS Hontiyuelo, Francisco Javier Rodríguez Hernández “FRANCIS”, Enrique "QUIQUE" RAMOS González, Roberto Simón MARINA, FRANCISCO Javier López Alfaro, ROBERTO Fernández Bonillo, José Miguel González Martín del Campo “MÍCHEL”, Juan Carlos Pérez ROJO (Rafael MARTÍN VÁZQUEZ 67 or 66), Emilio BUTRAGUEÑO Santos (JULIO SALINAS Fernández 53 or 52)
Belgrade. Stadion Crvena Zvezda. 25000 spectators. ARB.: Heinz Fahnler (Austria). Yellow cards: Srečko Katanec, José Miguel González Martín del Campo “MÍCHEL”. Red cards: Rafael MARTÍN VÁZQUEZ, Ljubomir Radanović 
 
02.05.1984 Spain 2-0 Yugoslavia
Goals: FRANCISCO Javier López Alfaro 24 or 23, ROBERTO Fernández Bonillo 43
Spain: Andoni ZUBIZARRETA Urreta, Francisco “PATXI” SALINAS Fernández, Enrique "QUIQUE" RAMOS González, Manuel SANCHIS Hontiyuelo, MIGUEL ÁNGEL García Domínguez, José Miguel González Martín del Campo “MÍCHEL”, ROBERTO Fernández Bonillo, Roberto Simón MARINA, FRANCISCO Javier López Alfaro, MOISÉS Miguel Rodríguez Carrión (SALVADOR MEJÍAS López 80 or 78), Emilio BUTRAGUEÑO Santos (JULIO SALINAS Fernández 68 or 67)
Yugoslavia: Fahrudin Omerović, Mirko Lulić, Mirsad Baljić, Emir Džinović, Branislav Drobnjak, Nenad Gračan, Admir Smajić (Toni Savevski 63 or 52), Dragan Stojković (Edin Ćurić 63 or 52), Mehmed Baždarević, Dragan Mance, Borislav Cvetković
Málaga. La Rosaleda. 35000 spectators. ARB.: Vojtěch Christov (Czechoslovakia).
 
FINAL

17- 5-84 Spain 0-1 England
Goal: Mel Sterland 51
Spain: Andoni ZUBIZARRETA Urreta, Francisco “PATXI” SALINAS Fernández (ENDIKA Guarrotxena Arzubiaga 62), Manuel SANCHIS Hontiyuelo, MIGUEL ÁNGEL García Domínguez (Ricardo Jesús SERNA Orozco 20 or 22), Enrique "QUIQUE" RAMOS González, Roberto Simón MARINA (ENDIKA Guarrotxena Arzubiaga 63), FRANCISCO Javier López Alfaro, ROBERTO Fernández Bonillo, José Miguel González Martín del Campo “MÍCHEL”, MOISÉS Miguel Rodríguez Carrión, Emilio BUTRAGUEÑO Santos
England: Peter Hucker, Mel Sterland, Danny Thomas, Paul Bracewell, Dave Watson, Gary Stevens, Mark Chamberlain, Howard Gayle, Mark Hateley (Jean-Michel (Mitch) d'Avray 15 or 18), Steve Hodge, Kevin Brock
Sevilla. Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán. 35000 spectators. ARB.: Romualdas Juška (USSR).
 
24- 5-84 England 2-0 Spain 
Goals: Mark Hateley 50 or 49, Howard Gayle 52 or 51
England: Gary Bailey, Mel Sterland, Nick Pickering (Gary Stevens 87), Paul Bracewell, Dave Watson, Derek Mountfield, Nigel Callaghan (Danny Wallace 80), Howard Gayle, Mark Hateley, Steve Hodge, Kevin Brock
Spain: Andoni ZUBIZARRETA Urreta, Miguel Porlán Noguera “CHENDO”, Enrique "QUIQUE" RAMOS González, MIGUEL ÁNGEL García Domínguez, Manuel SANCHIS Hontiyuelo, Francisco “PATXI” SALINAS Fernández, ENDIKA Guarrotxena Arzubiaga, José Miguel González Martín del Campo “MÍCHEL” (JULIO SALINAS Fernández 56 or 55), FRANCISCO Javier López Alfaro, Juan Carlos Pérez ROJO, Emilio BUTRAGUEÑO Santos (Diego OREJUELA Rodríguez 56 or 55)
Sheffield. Bramall Lane. 11478 spectators. ARB.: Robert Wurtz (France). Yellow cards: Steve Hodge, MIGUEL ÁNGEL García Domínguez, Francisco “PATXI” SALINAS Fernández. 
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SEMIFINALS

18.04.1984 England 3-1 Italy
Goals: Mark Chamberlain 6, Jean-Michel (Mitch) d'Avray 40 or 41, Mel Sterland 73 penalty or 72 penalty / Alessandro Renica 80 or Tommy Caton own goal 81
England: Peter Hucker, Mel Sterland, Nick Pickering, Paul Bracewell, Dave Watson, Tommy Caton, Mark Chamberlain, Howard Gayle, Jean-Michel (Mitch) d'Avray, Stewart Robson, Kevin Brock
Italy: Michelangelo Rampulla, Giuseppe Bergomi, Riccardo Ferri, Ubaldo Righetti, Celeste Pin (Filippo Galli 49), Roberto Galia, Fausto Pari (Alessandro Renica 71 or 68), Sergio Battistini, Roberto Mancini, Giuseppe Dossena, Paolo Monelli
Manchester. Maine Road. 3496 spectators. ARB.: Aron Schmidhuber (West Germany)
 
Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio considers it as an own-goal by Tommy Caton, because Renica's total goals for Under-21 are marked as zero.
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March 12th, 2018, 4:29 pm #18

In such cases we can't really make a judgment without a detailed description of the play leading to the goal, or a video.
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March 13th, 2018, 5:22 am #19

It was without doubt an own-goal, but, according to La Repubblica, by Watson rather than by Caton.
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