1994 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification

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The 1994 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification began in 1992 and finished in early 1994. The final tournament was held in March and April 1994 in France.

The 32 national teams were divided into six groups (four groups of 5 + two groups of 6). The group winners and the two best runners-up played off against each other on a two-legged home-and-away basis to determine the final four, one of whom would host the last four matches.

The team from Serbia and Montenegro, then known as the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (founded in April 1992) were excluded from the tournament for political reasons. They had been drawn in group five. In the first competition since the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Russia competed. Wales also competed for the first time.

Qualifying group stage[edit]

Group 1[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Italy Italy 8 7 0 1 16 6 +10 21
Portugal Portugal 8 5 2 1 18 4 +14 17
Switzerland Switzerland 8 3 2 3 11 8 +3 11
Scotland Scotland 8 2 2 4 8 11 −3 8
Malta Malta 8 0 0 8 1 25 −24 0

8 September 1992
Switzerland Switzerland 2 – 0 Scotland Scotland


13 October 1992
Scotland Scotland 0 – 0 Portugal Portugal
(Report)
McDiarmid Park, Perth
Referee: Finn Lambek (Denmark)

15 October 1992
Italy Italy 1 – 0 Switzerland Switzerland


17 November 1992
Switzerland Switzerland 1 – 0 Malta Malta


18 November 1992
Scotland Scotland 1 – 2 Italy Italy


16 December 1992
Malta Malta 0 – 1 Italy Italy


23 January 1993
Malta Malta 0 – 2 Portugal Portugal
(Report) Bruno Goal 57'83'
Hibernians Ground, Paola
Referee: Andreas Georghiou (Cyprus)

16 February 1993
Scotland Scotland 3 – 0 Malta Malta


23 February 1993
Portugal Portugal 2 – 0 Italy Italy
J. Costa Goal 55'
Toni Goal 62'
(Report)
Estádio Primeiro de Maio, Braga
Referee: Roger Philippi (Luxembourg)

25 March 1993
Italy Italy 3 – 0 Malta Malta


30 March 1993
Switzerland Switzerland 1 – 1 Portugal Portugal
(Report) Bruno Goal 18'
Stade Municipal, Yverdon-les-Bains
Referee: Atanas Ouzounov (Bulgaria)

16 April 1993
Malta Malta 1 – 4 Switzerland Switzerland


27 April 1993
Portugal Portugal 2 – 1 Scotland Scotland
Gil Goal 8'
Bruno Goal 78'
(Report)

25 March 1993
Switzerland Switzerland 0 – 2 Italy Italy


18 June 1993
Portugal Portugal 7 – 0 Malta Malta
Toni Goal 13'76'91'
Torres Goal 20'
Bruno Goal 51'61'75'
(Report)


7 September 1993
Scotland Scotland 0 – 0 Switzerland Switzerland


13 October 1993
Italy Italy 5 – 2 Scotland Scotland


16 November 1993
Malta Malta 0 – 1 Scotland Scotland


18 November 1993
Italy Italy 2 – 1 Portugal Portugal
(Report) Toni Goal 33'
Stadio Silvio Appiani, Padua
Referee: Werner Kasimir (Germany)


Group 2[edit]

Qualifying Group 2 P W D L F A Pts
1  Poland 10 7 0 3 26 10 21
2  Turkey 10 6 2 2 15 10 20
3  Norway 10 6 1 3 20 13 19
4  England 10 4 3 3 20 8 15
5  Netherlands 10 3 2 5 11 14 11
6  San Marino 10 0 0 10 3 40 0
  • Norway 3-2 San Marino
  • Poland 3-0 Turkey
  • Norway 1-0 Netherlands
  • San Marino 0-3 Norway
  • England 0-2 Norway
  • Netherlands 1-3 Poland
  • Turkey 4-0 San Marino
  • England 0-1 Turkey
  • Turkey 1-1 Netherlands
  • England 6-0 San Marino
  • Netherlands 0-1 Turkey
  • San Marino 0-2 Turkey
  • Netherlands 3-0 San Marino
  • Turkey 0-0 England
  • Poland 7-0 San Marino
  • Norway 5-2 Turkey
  • England 3-0 Netherlands
  • San Marino 0-5 Poland
  • Poland 1-4 England
  • Norway 1-1 England
  • Netherlands 2-1 Norway
  • England 1-2 Poland
  • Norway 3-1 Poland
  • San Marino 1-3 Netherlands
  • Poland 2-0 Norway
  • Netherlands 1-1 England
  • Turkey 1-0 Poland
  • Turkey 3-1 Norway
  • Poland 2-0 Netherlands
  • San Marino 0-4 England

 Poland qualify as group winners

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Group 3[edit]

Qualifying Group 3 P W D L F A Pts
1  Spain 8 7 1 0 15 4 22
2  Germany 8 5 0 3 20 8 15
3  Denmark 8 4 0 4 12 9 12
4  Albania 8 1 2 5 5 18 5
5  Republic of Ireland 8 1 1 6 7 20 4
  • Spain 1-1 Albania
  • Ireland 3-1 Albania
  • Denmark 3-2 Ireland
  • Albania 0-1 Germany
  • Spain 2-1 Ireland
  • Germany 1-2 Spain
  • Germany 4-1 Albania
  • Ireland 0-1 Germany
  • Germany 8-0 Ireland
  • Denmark 0-1 Spain
  • Denmark 1-4 Germany
  • Ireland 0-2 Denmark
  • Albania 1-1 Ireland
  • Denmark 5-0 Albania
  • Albania 1-0 Denmark
  • Albania 0-3 Spain
  • Germany 0-1 Denmark
  • Ireland 0-2 Spain
  • Spain 1-0 Denmark
  • Spain 3-1 Germany

 Spain qualify as group winners

Group 4[edit]

Qualifying Group 4 P W D L F A Pts
1  Czechoslovakia 8 6 1 1 16 4 19
2  Romania 8 5 0 3 13 10 15
3  Belgium 8 4 1 3 9 7 13
4  Wales 8 3 2 3 16 16 11
5  Cyprus 8 0 0 8 4 21 0
  • Belgium 3-0 Cyprus
  • Romania 2-3 Wales
  • Czechoslovakia 1-0 Belgium
  • Cyprus 2-4 Wales
  • Belgium 1-0 Romania
  • Romania 1-0 Czechoslovakia
  • Belgium 3-1 Wales
  • Cyprus 0-2 Romania
  • Cyprus 0-1 Belgium
  • Cyprus 0-2 Czechoslovakia
  • Wales 0-0 Belgium
  • Romania 1-0 Cyprus
  • Czechoslovakia 1-1 Wales
  • Czechoslovakia 4-2 Romania
  • Wales 0-4 Czechoslovakia
  • Romania 3-1 Belgium
  • Wales 6-2 Cyprus
  • Czechoslovakia 2-0 Cyprus
  • Wales 1-2 Romania
  • Belgium 0-2 Czechoslovakia

 Czechoslovakia qualify as group winners

Group 5[edit]

 Serbia and Montenegro was Yugoslav war.

Qualifying Group 5 P W D L F A Pts
1  Russia 8 6 2 0 25 4 20
2  Greece 8 6 2 0 23 6 20
3  Iceland 8 3 0 5 11 17 9
4  Hungary 8 2 1 5 8 16 7
5  Luxembourg 8 0 1 7 2 26 1
  • Greece 3-0 Iceland
  • Hungary 3-2 Iceland
  • Luxembourg 0-0 Hungary
  • Iceland 1-3 Greece
  • Russia 5-0 Iceland
  • Russia 2-1 Luxembourg
  • Greece 2-1 Hungary
  • Greece 6-0 Luxembourg
  • Hungary 1-2 Greece
  • Luxembourg 0-6 Russia
  • Russia 2-0 Hungary
  • Luxembourg 1-3 Iceland
  • Russia 1-1 Greece
  • Iceland 0-1 Russia
  • Iceland 2-1 Hungary
  • Hungary 0-6 Russia
  • Iceland 3-0 Luxembourg
  • Luxembourg 0-4 Greece
  • Hungary 2-0 Luxembourg
  • Greece 2-2 Russia

 Russia qualify as group winners
 Greece qualify as a "best runner-up"

Group 6[edit]

Qualifying Group 6 P W D L F A Pts
1  France 10 8 1 1 20 6 25
2  Sweden 10 4 4 2 21 8 16
3  Finland 10 4 2 4 10 13 14
4  Bulgaria 10 4 2 4 9 13 14
5  Israel 10 3 1 6 17 16 10
6  Austria 10 1 2 7 8 29 5
  • Finland 0-0 Bulgaria
  • Finland 1-0 Sweden
  • Bulgaria 0-1 France
  • Sweden 6-0 Bulgaria
  • France 6-1 Austria
  • Austria 1-5 Israel
  • Israel 1-1 Sweden
  • France 1-2 Finland
  • Israel 1-2 Bulgaria
  • Israel 1-2 France
  • Austria 0-1 France
  • Austria 2-0 Bulgaria
  • Bulgaria 3-1 Finland
  • France 2-1 Sweden
  • Bulgaria 1-0 Israel
  • Finland 2-0 Austria
  • Sweden 1-1 Austria
  • Sweden 4-1 Israel
  • Finland 1-0 Israel
  • Sweden 1-1 France
  • Austria 2-2 Finland
  • Finland 0-1 France
  • Bulgaria 0-0 Sweden
  • Bulgaria 3-0 Austria
  • Sweden 4-0 Finland
  • France 3-0 Israel
  • Israel 6-0 Austria
  • Israel 2-1 Finland
  • Austria 1-3 Sweden
  • France 2-0 Bulgaria

 France qualify as group winners

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