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UEFA Championships - EURO 2009

Finland is the host for the final tournament, which has been expanded from 8 to 12 teams. It will be held August 23 - Sept. 10, 2009.

Here's the draw for Groups in the Qualifying Round, which goes from April 2007 to October 2008.

Group 1
England
Czech Republic
Spain
Belarus
Northern Ireland*

Group 2
Sweden
Italy
Hungary
Republic of Ireland
Romania*

Group 3
France
Iceland
Serbia
Greece
Slovenia

Group 4
Germany (holders)
Netherlands
Switzerland
Belgium
Wales*

Group 5
Denmark
Ukraine
Scotland
Portugal
Slovakia*

Group 6
Norway
Russia
Poland
Austria
Israel*

*qualified from preliminary round

The 6 Group winners will advance to the final tournament in Finland, along with the host nation.

The 6 Group runners-up plus the 4 best third-place teams will be paired off and play a 2-leg playoff to determine the remaining 5 qualifying positions for the final tournament.

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Match schedule and results, 2007-2008

Group 1
2007
England 4-0 Northern Ireland 13 May
Northern Ireland 1-3 Czech Republic 26 May
Belarus 0-3 Spain 30 May
Belarus 5-0 Northern Ireland 1 Aug
Belarus 1-4 Czech Republic 26 Aug
Czech Republic 2-2 Spain 27 Oct
England 4-0 Belarus 27 Oct
England 1-0 Spain 25 Nov

2008
Spain 4-0 Northern Ireland 16 Feb
Northern Ireland 0-2 England 6 March
England 0-0 Czech Republic 20 March
Czech Republic 4-0 Northern Ireland 26 April
Spain 6-1 Belarus 3 May
Spain 4-1 Czech Republic 8 May
Belarus 1-6 England 8 May
Northern Ireland 0-3 Spain 28 May
Czech Republic 3-1 Belarus 26 June
Northern Ireland 1-1 Belarus 25 July
Czech Republic 1-5 England 28 Sept
Spain 2-2 England 2 Oct

Group 2
2007
Republic of Ireland 2-1 Hungary 1 April
Italy 0-2 Sweden 5 May
Hungary 3-3 Romania 5 May
Republic of Ireland 1-2 Italy 30 May
Romania 0-7 Sweden 16 June
Sweden 7-0 Hungary 20 June
Romania 0-2 Republic of Ireland 25 Aug
Hungary 1-3 Italy 27 Oct
Republic of Ireland 2-1 Romania 27 Oct
Italy 5-0 Romania 1 Nov

2008
Italy 4-1 Republic of Ireland 16 Feb
Hungary 0-2 Republic of Ireland 23 April
Hungary 0-6 Sweden 3 May
Sweden 1-0 Italy 7 May
Romania 1-6 Italy 24 May
Romania 3-1 Hungary 28 May
Republic of Ireland 0-5 Sweden 25 June
Sweden 2-0 Romania 27 Sept
Sweden 1-0 Republic of Ireland 1 Oct
Italy 3-0 Hungary 2 Oct

Group 3
2007
France 6-0 Greece 11 April
Slovenia 0-5 Serbia 5 May
France 6-0 Slovenia 30 May
Greece 0-3 Iceland 31 May
Iceland 1-0 France 16 June
Iceland 5-0 Serbia 21 June
Serbia 1-2 Greece 25 Aug
Slovenia 2-1 Iceland 26 Aug
Serbia 0-8 France 27 Oct
Slovenia 0-2 France 31 Oct

2008
Greece 0-5 France 23 April
Serbia 0-3 Slovenia 3 May
France 2-0 Serbia 8 May
Slovenia 3-1 Greece 28 May
Serbia 0-4 Iceland 28 May
Iceland 5-0 Slovenia 21 June
Iceland 7-0 Greece 26 June
Greece 0-5 Serbia 27 Sept
France 2-1 Iceland 27 Sept
Greece 4-6 Slovenia 2 Oct

Group 4
2007
Germany 5-1 Netherlands 12 April
Switzerland 1-0 Belgium 5 May
Switzerland 2-2 Netherlands 9 May
Wales 0-6 Germany 19 May
Germany 7-0 Switzerland 23 Aug
Netherlands 2-1 Wales 26 Aug
Germany 3-0 Belgium 28 Oct
Wales 0-2 Switzerland 28 Oct
Belgium 1-0 Wales 31 Oct
Netherlands 0-1 Germany 1 Nov

2008
Wales 0-1 Belgium 17 Feb
Wales 0-1 Netherlands 20 Feb
Belgium 2-2 Netherlands 23 April
Belgium 3-1 Switzerland 27 April
Belgium 0-5 Germany 7 May
Switzerland 2-0 Wales 8 May
Germany 4-0 Wales 29 May
Netherlands 1-1 Switzerland 30 Aug
Netherlands 3-0 Belgium 27 Sept
Switzerland 0-3 Germany 1 Oct

Group 5
2007
Slovakia 2-1 Portugal 14 April
Scotland 0-0 Portugal 6 May
Slovakia 0-4 Ukraine 9 May
Ukraine 2-1 Scotland 30 May
Ukraine 5-0 Slovakia 20 June
Slovakia 0-3 Scotland 27 Oct
Denmark 5-1 Portugal 27 Oct
Scotland 0-1 Denmark 31 Oct

2008
Portugal 0-1 Slovakia 16 Feb
Portugal 0-1 Ukraine 21 Feb
Slovakia 1-4 Denmark 23 April
Denmark 2-1 Scotland 27 April
Portugal 1-4 Scotland 3 May
Portugal 0-4 Denmark 8 May
Denmark 6-1 Slovakia 28 May
Scotland 0-1 Ukraine 28 May
Ukraine 1-0 Denmark 22 June
Ukraine 1-1 Portugal 27 Sept
Scotland 6-0 Slovakia 28 Sept
Denmark 1-0 Ukraine 1 Oct

Group 6
2007
Austria 0-1 Poland 5 May
Israel 2-2 Poland 10 May
Israel 0-6 Russia 30 May
Russia 3-1 Poland 16 June
Israel 0-3 Norway 17 June
Norway 3-0 Austria 21 June
Poland 4-1 Israel 21 June
Austria 1-5 Russia 23 Aug
Austria 5-0 Israel 26 Aug
Norway 3-0 Russia 27 Oct

2008
Norway 7-0 Israel 3 May
Norway 3-0 Poland 7 May
Poland 2-4 Austria 28 May
Russia 4-0 Israel 29 May
Austria 0-4 Norway 21 June
Israel 0-2 Austria 25 June
Poland 0-3 Norway 25 June
Russia 3-1 Austria 27 Aug
Poland 1-4 Russia 27 Sept
Russia 0-0 Norway 2 Oct

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Euro'09 Qualification

Perhaps nice to post here, I've been to Germany-Holland some days ago, a qualification match for Euro'09 in Finland.
Germany are worldclass and Holland a bit 'upcoming' as they've beaten England, Russia and Italy lately in Friendlies.
Holland started very well, came in frond by a good goal, got a very huge chance for the 2nd but the were overclassed by the Germans.

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Where do you see Holland going from here? Do you think the team will keep improving?
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Where do you see Holland going from here? Do you think the team will keep improving?
Well it's clear the Germany girls are just much better, only teams like Sweden, Norway and England can compete with them I think in Europe, I might forget one btw.

On the other hand we should beat Wales, Switzerland and Belgium so I expect us to finish second and go directly to the European Championship. I believe it's long ago Holland played there but womenfootball in Holland is improving, next year there'll be a professional division for the first time ever and there a whole new structure in the football association, it's much better then in the past now and that results in better matches like we could see in our last friendlies. Also this game versus Germany wasn't that bad, it looked promising untill the girls collapsed in the second half.
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Winter break recap:

Group 1
England and Spain will meet November 25, and if the game is not a draw, the winner will be in first place, heading into the winter break. England is the class of this group, with a 2-0-0 record so far, though Czech Republic is currently in first spot, with two wins and a draw (against Spain).

The two England-Czech matches next year should settle first place. I pick this to be one of the four groups that will advance three teams, instead of two.

Group 2
Sweden has a perfect 9 points after 3 matches. They beat Italy, who in turn beat Republic of Ireland; but the latter two won all their other matches, so they are tied for second place with 9 points on 4 matches.

This will certainly be one of the 4 groups that sends its third-place team to the next playoff round.

Romania and Hungary are unlikely to take any points from the other three teams.

Group 3
France got a scare when they lost 1-0 to Iceland, but their karma balanced out when Iceland was upset by lowly Slovenia. France is number one so far, but number two Iceland has a game in hand and could end up level with France, until next September 27, when they play their final group match against each other, on France's home turf. That leaves Serbia, Greece and Slovenia fighting it out for third-place and a possible advancement to the playoff round.

Group 4
Germany has beaten Holland twice and everyone else once, giving up only a single goal while scoring 22. Wales has no points and a single goal after 4 matches.

In between these two extremes are Switzerland, Holland, and Belgium, all fairly close in strength. Each of them sent Wales packing, but they haven't played each other much as yet. The Swiss edged Belgium 1-0 and tied Holland 2-2, so they are in second place for now.

This will be fun to watch.

Group 5
Ukraine' s perfect 3-0-0 record puts them on top, but they've had it easy so far. They will play Denmark (2-0-0) twice next year, so first place is far from settled. Third place looks like either Scotland or Slovakia.

Group 6
Norway and Russia have both won three matches, and have 9 points. Unfortunately for Russia, one of Norway's wins was against them, 3-0, just last weekend. Poland is a solid third place, with Austria and Israel trailing badly.

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The second half of qualifying is barely underway, but we can already declare the first team to be mathematically eliminated from qualifying: Wales.

The Group 4 team has only two matches remaining, and has zero points.

Meanwhile, Portugal's two losses this month have brought them closer to mathematical elimination. They need to beat Scotland, Denmark, and Ukraine to have any hope of advancing from Group 5.

See upthread for the complete schedule and results.
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More teams mathematically eliminated: Belarus, Northern Ireland, Serbia, Portugal, Romania, Hungary, and Israel.

Guaranteed to advance to the next round are: England, Spain, France, Denmark, Ukraine, Sweden, and Italy.

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UEFA WOMEN'S EURO 2009™ is just under one year away and hosts Finland stepped up their preparations this week with a two-game friendly series against Scotland, winning 3-0 on Sunday and drawing 1-1 last night.

Finland were last in action in May with two home draws against Iceland, meaning they had played nine games in 2008 without a win. However, that run ended in their first meeting with Scotland in Pietarsaari. Essi Sainio struck on 41 minutes after a quickly-taken free-kick and late on Michelle Kerr turned Anna-Kaisa Rantanen's corner into her own net before substitute Nina Hietanen settled matters in injury time.

Home coach Michael Käld said: "Winning the first match was important and I was very pleased with that. I hope it will help us to be less tense. We have played against very strong teams and it was clearly something new to us when we controlled the match. In the second half we played much better." Scotland manager Anna Signeul added: "The result might not have gone in our favour, but there are a lot of positives that can be taken from the performance. We played some very good football, had lots of possession and created a lot of chances."

Both sides were changed markedly for the second game in Vaasa, and Scotland deservedly led at half-time through Kirsty McBride. However, a formation switch from 4-3-3 to 4-4-2 got Finland back into the contest and with 15 minutes left Scotland conceded an equaliser with another own goal from Katri Nokso-Koivisto's corner. Käld, who led Finland to the 2005 semi-finals, reflected: "We lacked pace in the first half. The second half was again much better. Of course we want to maintain aspects of our play that already work well and at the same time work to improve things we can do better."

Finland have two friendlies with Wales organised in November though they hope for arrange another fixture late in October. Käld explained: "Playing Scotland and, in November, Wales, was something we really wanted. Meeting British teams will do us good. They play very aggressively and we must pass the ball quickly." Meanwhile Scotland can now focus on the crucial qualifying Group 5 visit of Slovakia on 28 September when they know victory in Perth should be enough to take them into the play-offs as one of the four best third-placed teams.

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Hey, Firenze!

Wow, somebody's actually reading this stuff?

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Group Round completed! Advancing teams are:

Group winners (advancing directly to the final round in Finland): England, Sweden, France, Germany, Denmark, Norway.

Group runners-up (advancing to the two-leg playoff round Oct. 25-30): Spain, Italy, Iceland, Netherlands, Ukraine, Russia.

Four best third-place teams (also advancing to the two-leg playoff round Oct. 25-30): Czech Republic, Republic of Ireland, Slovenia, Switzerland.

The draw for the playoff matchups will take place October 6.
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Schedule and Results for the playoff round:

First leg
October 25
Czech Republic 0-1 Italy
Spain 0-2 Netherlands

October 26
Slovenia 0-3 Ukraine
Scotland 2-3 Russia
Republic of Ireland 1-1 Iceland

Second leg
October 29
Italy 2-1 Czech Republic Italy advances

October 30
Ukraine 0-2 Slovenia Ukraine advances
Russia 1-2 Scotland Russia advances (away goals)
Netherlands 2-0 Spain Netherlands advances
Iceland 3-0 Republic of Ireland Iceland advances

The five winners will join England, Sweden, France, Germany, Denmark, Norway, and hosts Finland in the 12-team (three group) final, August 23 - Sept. 10, 2009. The draw for the groups will take place on November 18, 2008.

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The Group Draw:

Group A
Finland (hosts)
Ukraine
Denmark
Netherlands

Group B
Germany (holders)
Iceland
Norway
France

Group C
Sweden
England
Russia
Italy

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Group B is definitely the classiest of the three. France, Germany, and Norway all finished first in their Groups in the last round, and Iceland was a close second to France in Group 3 (and the only team to spoil France's bid for a perfect winning record in that group).

The top two sides from each Group will go into the Quarter-finals along with the two best third-placed teams.

Match Schedule:

Sun 23 Aug - Group A - FIN v DEN - Olympic Stadium, Helsinki
Sun 23 Aug - Group A - UKR v NED - Turku Stadium
Mon 24 Aug - Group B - GER v NOR - Tampere Stadium
Mon 24 Aug - Group B - ISL v FRA - Tampere Stadium
Tue 25 Aug - Group C - ENG v ITA - Lahti Stadium
Tue 25 Aug - Group C - SWE v RUS - Turku Stadium
Wed 26 Aug - Group A - UKR v DEN - Helsinki Football Stadium
Wed 26 Aug - Group A - NED v FIN - Olympic Stadium, Helsinki
Thu 27 Aug - Group B - ISL v NOR - Lahti Stadium
Thu 27 Aug - Group B - FRA v GER - Tampere Stadium
Fri 28 Aug - Group C - ITA v SWE - Turku Stadium
Fri 28 Aug - Group C - ENG v RUS - Helsinki Football Stadium
Sat 29 Aug - Group A - FIN v UKR - Olympic Stadium, Helsinki
Sat 29 Aug - Group A - DEN v NED - Lahti Stadium
Sun 30 Aug - Group B - NOR v FRA - Helsinki Football Stadium
Sun 30 Aug - Group B - GER v ISL - Tampere Stadium
Mon 31 Aug - Group C - RUS v ITA - Olympic Stadium, Helsinki
Mon 31 Aug - Group C - SWE v ENG - Turku Stadium

Quarter-finals
Thu 3 Sep - 1A FINLAND v 3C ENGLAND - Turku Stadium
Thu 3 Sep - 2A NETHERLANDS v 2B FRANCE - Tampere Stadium
Fri 4 Sep - 1B GERMANY v 2C ITALY - Lahti Stadium
Fri 4 Sep - 1C SWEDEN v 3B NORWAY - Helsinki Football Stadium

Semi-finals
Sun 6 Sep – Sept. 3 Winners - Tampere Stadium
Mon 7 Sep – Sept. 4 Winners - Helsinki Football Stadium

FINAL
Thu 10 Sep – Olympic Stadium, Helsinki

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Wow, somebody's actually reading this stuff?

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We miss you over there, you should come back. Though I gotta give you credit, you do so well here....
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RESULTS:

Sun 23 Aug - Group A - Ukraine 0-2 Netherlands
Sun 23 Aug - Group A - Finland 1-0 Denmark
Mon 24 Aug - Group B - Germany 4-0 Norway
Mon 24 Aug - Group B - Iceland 1-3 France
Tue 25 Aug - Group C - England 1-2 Italy
Tue 25 Aug - Group C - Sweden 3-0 Russia
Wed 26 Aug - Group A - Ukraine 1-2 Denmark
Wed 26 Aug - Group A - Netherlands 1-2 Finland
Thu 27 Aug - Group B - France 1-5 Germany
Thu 27 Aug - Group B - Iceland 0-1 Norway
Fri 28 Aug - Group C - Italy 0-2 Sweden
Fri 28 Aug - Group C - England 3-2 Russia
Sat 29 Aug - Group A - Finland 0-1 Ukraine
Sat 29 Aug - Group A - Denmark 1-2 Netherlands
Sun 30 Aug - Group B - Norway 1-1 France
Sun 30 Aug - Group B - Germany 1-0 Iceland
Mon 31 Aug - Group C - Russia 0-2 Italy
Mon 31 Aug - Group C - Sweden v. England

End of Group Round

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Finland are currently beating Holland 1-0 and looking good.
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Great individual goal from the Dutch!

It's been an entertaining game so far, 1-1.
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HT 1-1.

Finland doing all the pressing so far, Holland are just sitting back trying to hit them on the counter. But I sense if they attack a bit more in the second half they could cause Finland some serious problems.
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Kalmari heads home for Finland, 2-1.
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