1996 UEFA European Under-21 Championship squads

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This article displays the squads for the 1996 UEFA European Under-21 Championship. Only players born on or after the 1 January 1973 were eligible to play. Players in bold have later been capped at full international level.

Czech Republic[edit]

Head coach: Ivan Kopecký

No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1GK Radek Černý 18 February 1974 (aged 22) Czech Republic Hvězda Cheb
2DF Petr Gabriel 17 May 1973 (aged 22) Czech Republic Viktoria Žižkov
2DF Martin Hyský 25 September 1975 (aged 20) Czech Republic Slavia Prague
2DF Tomáš Řepka 22 September 1974 (aged 21) Czech Republic Sparta Prague
2DF Jiří Skála 10 October 1973 (aged 22) Czech Republic Viktoria Plzeň
3MF Martin Čížek 9 June 1974 (aged 21) Czech Republic Baník Ostrava
3MF Tomáš Galásek 15 January 1973 (aged 23) Czech Republic Baník Ostrava
3MF Pavel Novotný 14 September 1973 (aged 22) Czech Republic Slavia Prague
3MF Radek Slončík 29 May 1973 (aged 22) Czech Republic Baník Ostrava
3MF Vladimír Šmicer 24 May 1973 (aged 22) Czech Republic Slavia Prague
3MF Jiří Vávra 6 March 1975 (aged 21) Czech Republic Slavia Prague
4FW Vratislav Lokvenc 27 September 1973 (aged 22) Czech Republic Sparta Prague
4FW Robert Vágner 12 May 1974 (aged 21) Czech Republic Slavia Prague

Source:[1][2]

France[edit]

Head coach: Raymond Domenech

No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 1GK Lionel Letizi 28 May 1973 France Nice
2 2DF Martin Djetou 15 December 1974 France Strasbourg
3 2DF Florent Laville 7 August 1973 France Lyon
4 2DF Patrick Moreau 3 November 1973 France Bastia
5 2DF Jérôme Bonnissel 4 January 1973 France Montpellier
6 3MF Claude Makélélé 18 February 1973 France Nantes
7 3MF Patrick Vieira 23 June 1976 Italy Milan
8 3MF Charles-Edouard Coridon 9 April 1973 France Guingamp
9 4FW Sylvain Wiltord 10 May 1974 France Rennes
10 4FW Florian Maurice 20 May 1974 France Lyon
11 3MF Robert Pires 29 October 1973 France Metz
12 2DF Yannick Rott 27 September 1974 France Strasbourg
13 3MF Vincent Candela 24 October 1973 France Guingamp
14 3MF Olivier Dacourt 25 September 1974 France Strasbourg
15 4FW Tony Vairelles 10 April 1973 France Lens
16 1GK Vincent Fernandez 31 January 1975 France Châteauroux
17 3MF Vikash Dhorasoo 10 October 1973 France Le Havre
18 4FW Pierre-Yves André 14 May 1974 France Rennes

Germany[edit]

Head coach: Hannes Löhr

No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1GK Uwe Gospodarek 6 August 1973 (aged 22) Germany Bochum
2DF Uwe Ehlers 8 March 1975 (aged 21) Germany Hansa Rostock
2DF Thomas Hengen 22 September 1974 (aged 21) Germany Kaiserslautern
2DF Stefan Müller 8 March 1974 (aged 22) Germany Freiburg
2DF Jens Nowotny 11 January 1974 (aged 22) Germany Karlsruher
2DF Oliver Schmidt 14 September 1973 (aged 22) Germany Hertha Berlin
2DF René Schneider 1 February 1973 (aged 23) Germany Hansa Rostock
3MF René Beuchel 7 July 1973 (aged 22) Germany Eintracht Frankfurt
3MF Matthias Hagner 15 August 1974 (aged 21) Germany Eintracht Frankfurt
3MF Christian Nerlinger 21 March 1973 (aged 22) Germany Bayern Munich
3MF Andreas Neuendorf 9 February 1975 (aged 21) Germany Bayer Leverkusen
3MF Carsten Ramelow 20 March 1974 (aged 21) Germany Bayer Leverkusen
3MF Lars Ricken 10 July 1976 (aged 19) Germany Borussia Dortmund
3MF René Rydlewicz 18 July 1973 (aged 22) Germany 1860 München
4FW Karsten Bäron 2 October 1973 (aged 22) Germany Hamburg
4FW André Breitenreiter 24 April 1973 (aged 22) Germany Hamburg
4FW Markus Feldhoff 29 August 1974 (aged 21) Germany Bayer Leverkusen

Source:[3][4]

Hungary[edit]

Head coach: Antal Dunai

No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1GK Lajos Szűcs 8 August 1973 (aged 22) Hungary Újpest
2DF János Mátyus 20 December 1974 (aged 21) Hungary Honvéd
2DF Zoltán Petö 19 September 1974 (aged 21) Hungary Debrecen
2DF Vilmos Sebők 13 June 1973 (aged 22) Hungary RAEC
2DF Csaba Szatmári 2 November 1973 (aged 22) Hungary Debrecen
3MF Pál Dárdai 16 March 1976 (aged 19) Hungary Pécsi
3MF Tibor Dombi 11 November 1973 (aged 22) Hungary Debrecen
3MF Gábor Egressy 11 February 1974 (aged 21) Hungary Újpest
3MF János Hrutka 26 October 1974 (aged 21) Hungary MTK Budapest
3MF Miklós Lendvai 7 April 1975 (aged 20) Hungary Zalaegerszegi
3MF Krisztián Lisztes 2 July 1976 (aged 19) Hungary Ferencváros
3MF Gábor Zavadszky 10 September 1974 (aged 21) Hungary Ferencváros
4FW Sándor Preisinger 11 December 1973 (aged 22) Hungary Zalaegerszegi
4FW Tamás Sándor 20 June 1974 (aged 21) Hungary Debrecen
4FW Károly Szanyó 10 November 1973 (aged 22) Hungary Újpest

Source:[5][6]

Italy[edit]

Head coach: Cesare Maldini

No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 1GK Gianluigi Buffon 28 January 1978 Italy Parma
2 3MF Raffaele Ametrano 15 February 1973 Italy Udinese
3 2DF Fabio Galante 20 November 1973 Italy Genoa
4 3MF Massimo Brambilla 4 March 1973 Italy Parma
5 2DF Fabio Cannavaro 13 September 1973 Italy Parma
6 2DF Salvatore Fresi 16 January 1973 Italy Internazionale
7 2DF Fabio Pecchia 24 August 1973 Italy Napoli
8 4FW Domenico Morfeo 16 January 1976 Italy Atalanta
9 4FW Nicola Amoruso 29 August 1974 Italy Padova
10 4FW Francesco Totti 27 September 1976 Italy Roma
11 2DF Luigi Sartor 30 January 1975 Italy Vicenza
12 2DF Christian Panucci 12 April 1973 Italy Milan
13 2DF Alessandro Nesta 19 March 1976 Italy Lazio
14 2DF Alessandro Pistone 27 July 1975 Italy Internazionale
15 3MF Alessio Tacchinardi 23 July 1975 Italy Juventus
16 4FW Marco Delvecchio 7 April 1973 Italy Roma
17 3MF Damiano Tommasi 17 May 1974 Italy Hellas Verona
18 1GK Angelo Pagotto 21 November 1973 Italy Sampdoria

Portugal[edit]

Head coach: Nelo Vingada

No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1GK Paulo Costinha 22 September 1973 (aged 22) Portugal Sporting CP
2DF Nuno Afonso 6 October 1974 (aged 21) Portugal Campomaiorense
2DF Beto 3 May 1976 (aged 19) Portugal Campomaiorense
2DF Rui Jorge 27 March 1973 (aged 22) Portugal FC Porto
2DF Daniel Kenedy 18 February 1974 (aged 22) Portugal Benfica
2DF Litos 25 February 1974 (aged 22) Portugal Boavista
2DF Nandinho 13 October 1975 (aged 20) Portugal Estrela de Vendas Novas
2DF Emílio Peixe 16 January 1973 (aged 23) Portugal Sporting CP
3MF Luís Andrade 30 September 1973 (aged 22) Portugal Estrela Amadora
3MF Sergio Conceicao 15 November 1974 (aged 21) Portugal Felgueiras
3MF José Dominguez 16 February 1974 (aged 21) Portugal Sporting CP
3MF Afonso Martins 11 April 1973 (aged 22) Portugal Sporting CP
3MF Hugo Porfírio 28 September 1973 (aged 22) Portugal União de Leiria
3MF José Vidigal 15 March 1973 (aged 22) Portugal Sporting CP
4FW Dani 2 November 1976 (aged 21) England West Ham United
4FW Nuno Gomes 5 July 1976 (aged 19) Portugal Boavista

Source:[7][8]

Scotland[edit]

Head coach: Tommy Craig

No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 1GK Derek Stillie 3 December 1973 Scotland Aberdeen
2 2DF Scott Marshall 1 May 1973 England Arsenal
3 3MF Jackie McNamara 24 October 1973 Scotland Celtic
4 2DF Steven Pressley 11 October 1973 Scotland Dundee United
5 2DF Christian Dailly 23 October 1973 Scotland Dundee United
6 3MF Jamie Fullarton 20 July 1974 Scotland St. Mirren
7 4FW Stephen Crawford 9 January 1974 Scotland Raith Rovers
8 3MF Charlie Miller 18 March 1976 Scotland Rangers
9 4FW Jim Hamilton 9 February 1976 Scotland Dundee
10 4FW Simon Donnelly 1 December 1974 Scotland Celtic
11 3MF Allan Johnston 14 December 1973 Scotland Hearts of Midlothian
12 1GK Colin Meldrum 26 November 1975 Scotland Kilmarnock
13 2DF Stuart Gray 18 December 1973 Scotland Celtic
14 2DF Martin Baker 8 June 1974 Scotland St. Mirren
15 2DF Stephen Glass 23 May 1976 Scotland Aberdeen
16 3MF Neil Murray 21 February 1973 Scotland Rangers
17 3MF Andy Liddell 28 June 1973 England Barnsley
18 4FW Brian McLaughlin 14 May 1974 Scotland Celtic

Spain[edit]

Head coach: Javier Clemente

No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 1GK Juan Luis Mora 12 July 1973 Spain Oviedo
2 3MF Gaizka Mendieta 27 March 1974 Spain Valencia
3 2DF Agustín Aranzábal 15 March 1973 Spain Real Sociedad
4 2DF Sergio Corino 10 October 1974 Spain Athletic Bilbao
5 2DF Santi Denia 9 March 1974 Spain Atlético Madrid
6 3MF Óscar García 26 April 1973 Spain Barcelona
7 4FW Raúl González 27 June 1977 Spain Real Madrid
8 3MF Roberto Fresnedoso 15 January 1973 Spain Atlético Madrid
9 4FW Javier de Pedro 4 August 1973 Spain Real Sociedad
10 3MF José Ignacio Sáenz 28 September 1973 Spain Valencia
11 3MF Iñigo Idiakez 8 November 1973 Spain Real Sociedad
12 2DF Aitor Karanka 8 August 1973 Spain Athletic Bilbao
13 1GK Jorge Aizkorreta 6 February 1974 Spain Athletic Bilbao
14 4FW Fernando Morientes 5 April 1976 Spain Zaragoza
15 3MF Iván de la Peña 6 May 1975 Spain Barcelona
16 4FW Jordi Lardín 4 June 1973 Spain Espanyol
17 2DF Sietes 18 February 1974 Spain Valencia
18 2DF Javi Navarro 6 February 1974 Spain Valencia

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Spain v Czech Republic, 13 March 1996". 11v11.com. 27 June 2012. 
  2. ^ "Czech Republic v Spain, 27 March 1996". 11v11.com. 27 June 2012. 
  3. ^ "Germany v France, 13 March 1996". 11v11.com. 27 June 2012. 
  4. ^ "France v Germany, 26 March 1996". 11v11.com. 27 June 2012. 
  5. ^ "Hungary v Scotland, 12 March 1996". 11v11.com. 26 June 2012. 
  6. ^ "Scotland v Hungary, 26 March 1996". 11v11.com. 26 June 2012. 
  7. ^ "Portugal v Italy, 13 March 1996". 11v11.com. 30 June 2012. 
  8. ^ "Italy v Portugal, 27 March 1996". 11v11.com. 30 June 2012.