The 2008 European Football Championship Finals - played in
Austria and Switzerland, from June 7th to June 29th.
The chosen cities in Austria (Innsbruck,
Klagenfurt, Salzburg and Vienna) and Switzerland (Basle, Berne, Geneva and Zurich)
will each host three group stage matches.
Basle and Vienna will then host two quarter-finals matches each and a
semi-final; with the final two teams playing in Vienna's Ernst-Happel Stadion.
Austria will play all their Group B games in
Vienna and Switzerland will play all their Group A games in
Played in Basle (Switzerland's home base) and Geneva.
Played in Vienna (Austria's home base) and Klagenfurt.
Played in Berne (Holland's home base) and Zurich.
Played in Innsbruck and Salzburg (Greece's home base).
As the winners and runners-up of groups A and B will meet in the
quarter-finals and again in the semi-finals, there's no way Austria and Switzerland can
meet in the final.
We can therefore already determine that the final match will be:
(Team from Group A or Group B) vs (Team from Group C or Group D).
Match Schedule by Date
Saturday, 7th June
Basle: Switzerland vs Czech Republic (0:1)
Geneva: Portugal vs Turkey (2:0)
Sunday, 8th June
Klagenfurt: Germany vs Poland (2:0)
Vienna: Austria vs Croatia (0:1)
Monday, 9th June
Berne: Netherlands vs Italy (3:0)
Zurich: Romania vs France
Tuesday, 10th June
Innsbruck: Spain vs Russia (4:1)
Salzburg: Greece vs Sweden (0:2)
Wednesday, 11th June
Basle: Switzerland vs Turkey (1:2)
Geneva: Czech Republic vs Portugal (1:3)
Thursday, 12th June
Klagenfurt: Croatia vs Germany (2:1)
Vienna: Austria vs Poland
Friday, 13th June
Berne: Netherlands vs France (4:1)
Zurich: Italy vs Romania
Saturday, 14th June
Innsbruck: Sweden vs Spain (1:2)
Salzburg: Greece vs Russia (0:1)
Sunday, 15th June
Basle: Switzerland vs Portugal (2:0)
Geneva: Turkey vs Czech
Monday, 16th June
Klagenfurt: Poland vs Croatia (0:1)
Vienna: Austria vs Germany (0:1)
Tuesday, 17th June
Berne: Netherlands vs Romania (2:0)
Zurich: France vs Italy
Wednesday, 18th June
Innsbruck: Russia vs Sweden (2:0)
Salzburg: Greece vs Spain (1:2)
Thursday, 19th June (QF1)
Basle: Portugal vs Germany (2:3)
Friday, 20th June (QF2)
Vienna: Croatia vs Turkey
(1:1 1:3 pens)
Saturday, 21st June (QF3)
Basle: Netherlands vs Russia (1:3 aet)
Sunday, 22nd June (QF4)
Vienna: Spain vs Italy
(1:1 4:2 pens)
Wednesday, 25th June (SF1)
Basle: Germany vs Turkey
Thursday, 26th June (SF2)
Vienna: Russia vs Spain
2008 European Championships Final
Sunday, 29th June
Vienna: Germany vs Spain
The Pain in Spain is No More.
Massimo Busacca (Switzerland)
Greece vs Sweden - 3 yellow cards.
Netherlands vs Romania - 1 yellow card.
Germany vs Turkey - 1 yellow card.
Frank De Bleeckere (Belgium)
Croatia vs Germany - 6 yellow cards and 1 red card.
Russia vs Sweden - 5 yellow cards.
Russia vs Spain - 2 yellow cards.
Herbert Fandel (Germany)
Portugal vs Turkey - 3 yellow cards.
Netherlands vs France - 3 yellow cards.
Spain vs Italy - 4 yellow cards.
Peter Frojdfeldt (Sweden)
Netherlands vs Italy - 4 yellow cards.
Turkey vs Czech Republic - 7 yellow cards and 1
Portugal vs Germany - 5 yellow cards.
Manuel Mejuto Gonzalez (Spain)
Romania vs France - 4 yellow cards.
Austria vs Germany - 3 yellow cards and both coaches
sent to the stands.
Lubos Michel (Slovakia)
Switzerland vs Turkey - 4 yellow cards.
France vs Italy - 7 yellow cards and 1 red card.
Netherlands vs Russia - 6 yellow cards.
Tom Henning Ovrebo (Norway)
Germany vs Poland - 3 yellow cards.
Italy vs Romania - 5 yellow cards.
Konrad Plautz (Austria)
Spain vs Russia - 0 yellow cards.
Switzerland vs Portugal - 8 yellow cards.
Roberto Rosetti (Italy)
Switzerland vs Czech Republic - 3 yellow
Greece vs Russia - 4 yellow cards.
Croatia vs Turkey - 4 yellow cards.
Euro 2008 Final - 4 yellow cards.
Kyros Vassaras (Greece)
Czech Republic vs Portugal - 2 yellow cards.
Poland vs Croatia - 4 yellow cards.
Pieter Vink (Netherlands)
Austria vs Croatia - 4 yellow cards.
Sweden vs Spain - 2 yellow cards
Howard Webb (England)
Austria vs Poland - 5 yellow cards.
Greece vs Spain - 5 yellow cards.