2005 UEFA Women's Championship qualification

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The qualification for the UEFA Women's Euro 2005 was held between March 26, 2003 & November 27, 2004. The first-placed of the group stage qualified directly. The second-placed and the two best third-placed teams played in two playoff matches for three other berths. England qualified as host.

First Category[edit]

England qualified automatically as hosts for the final tournament.


Group 1[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA
 Sweden 19 8 6 1 1 26 5
 Italy 15 8 4 3 1 15 9
 Finland 13 8 3 4 1 12 6
 Switzerland 5 8 1 2 5 2 13
 Serbia and Montenegro 3 8 1 0 7 3 25
March 30, 2003
Italy  8–0  Serbia and Montenegro
Gazzoli Goal 6'
Zorri Goal 18'
Guarino Goal 28'44'
Conti Goal 29'
Panico Goal 53'55'
Tuttino Goal 85'
Report

April 18, 2003
Sweden  6–0  Switzerland
Moström Goal 29'
Svensson Goal 33'
Fagerström Goal 44'
Ljungberg Goal 46'
Törnqvist Goal 62'
Olsson Goal 90'
Report

May 17, 2003
Sweden  5–0  Italy
Svensson Goal 18'45'
Ljungberg Goal 41'53'65'
Report


June 1, 2003
Finland  1–1  Switzerland
Valkonen Goal 80' Report Di Fonzo Goal 38'

July 19, 2003
Finland  1–1  Italy
Mustonen Goal 55' Report Panico Goal 19'

August 9, 2003
Sweden  2–1  Finland
Andersson Goal 30'
Ljungberg Goal 50'
Report Valkonen Goal 33'

September 27, 2003
Switzerland  0–1  Italy
Report Panico Goal 30'


November 15, 2003
Serbia and Montenegro  0–4  Sweden
Report Moström Goal 11'
Ljungberg Goal 30'
Larsson Goal 42'
Marklund Goal 82'

April 24, 2004
Italy  1–1  Finland
Panico Goal 11' Report Kackur Goal 33'

April 24, 2004
Switzerland  0–2  Sweden
Report Olsson Goal 2'
Johansson Goal 90'

May 15, 2004
Finland  4–0  Serbia and Montenegro
Kackur Goal 7'
Kalmari Goal 31'
Julin Goal 45'
Rantanen Goal 75'
Report

May 20, 2004
Sweden  5–1  Serbia and Montenegro
Törnqvist Goal 55'
Sjöström Goal 60'
Moström Goal 69'
Svensson Goal 81'
Mitić Goal 90' (o.g.)
Report Podovac Goal 34'

May 22, 2004
Italy  0–0  Switzerland
Report

June 26, 2004
Italy  2–1  Sweden
Gazzoli Goal 59'
Panico Goal 69'
Report Nordin Goal 69'

September 4, 2004
Switzerland  0–2  Finland
Report Kalmari Goal 59'
Kackur Goal 90'
Switzerland
Attendance: Visp

September 25, 2004
Serbia and Montenegro  1–2  Italy
Mladenović Goal 90' Report Gabbiadini Goal 12'
Placchi Goal 54'


October 2, 2004
Finland  1–1  Sweden
Kackur Goal 70' Report Thunebro Goal 24'

Sweden qualified for the final tournament.


Italy and Finland advanced for the playoff.


Group 2[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA
 Denmark 22 8 7 1 0 26 4
 Norway 19 8 6 1 1 22 4
 Spain 7 8 2 1 5 10 10
 Netherlands 7 8 2 1 5 7 13
 Belgium 3 8 1 0 7 5 39
March 26, 2003
Netherlands  0–1  Spain
del Río Goal 72'

May 11, 2003
Norway  6–0  Belgium
S. Gulbrandsen Goal 15'
Lehn Goal 50'
Mellgren Goal 61'
Klaveness Goal 68'
Edner Goal 90'
Ørmen Goal 90+3'

May 15, 2003
Norway  2–0  Netherlands
Rapp Goal 28'40'

September 11, 2003
Norway  1–1  Denmark
Pettersen Goal 32' L. Jensen Goal 68'

October 5, 2003
Belgium  1–6  Denmark
de Rycke Goal 53' Eggers Nielsen Goal 19'67'88'
Lund Johansen Goal 36'59'61'

October 18, 2003
Denmark  3–0  Netherlands
Janni Lund Johansen Goal 71'74'
Julie Rydahl BukhGoal 84'

November 16, 2003
Spain  0–2  Norway
Mellgren Goal 28'
Fosse-Sæthre Goal 83'

November 22, 2003
Netherlands  3–0  Belgium
van Veen Goal 15'
de Boer Goal 51'
Torny Goal 64'

February 29, 2004
Spain  9–1  Belgium
Gurrutxaga Goal 8'
Del Río Goal 15'23'50'86'89'
Castillo Goal 35'
Vázquez Goal 73'78'
Verelst Goal 6'

March 7, 2004
Belgium  1–6  Norway
Maes Goal 53' Pedersen Goal 8'72'
Frantzen Goal 35'
Hansen Goal 69'
Stangeland Goal 76'
S. Gulbrandsen Goal 82'

March 21, 2004
Spain  0–0  Netherlands

April 18, 2004
Spain  0–1  Denmark
M. Pedersen Goal 30'

April 25, 2004
Belgium  0–3  Netherlands
van Ingen Goal 11'
Melis Goal 73'
Muller Goal 84'

May 2, 2004
Belgium  2–0  Spain
Kristel Verelest Goal 15'
van Humbeeck Goal 50'

May 22, 2004
Denmark  2–0  Spain
Paaske Sørensen Goal 44'
Eggers Nielsen Goal 85'

May 22, 2004
Netherlands  0–2  Norway
Pedersen Goal 56'
Lehn Goal 61'

May 27, 2004
Denmark  2–1  Norway
Paaske Sørensen Goal 2'
L. Jensen Goal 85'
Pedersen Goal 39'

September 26, 2004
Denmark  6–0  Belgium
M. Pedersen Goal 7'12'15'86'
K. Pedersen Goal 31'
Eggers Nielsen Goal 68'

September 29, 2004
Netherlands  1–5  Denmark
Ran Goal 33' M. Pedersen Goal 14'
L. Jensen Goal 45'49'
Kjær Jensen Goal 56'59'

October 2, 2004
Norway  2–0  Spain
R. Gulbrandsen Goal 71'
Christensen Goal 83'

Denmark qualified for the final tournament.


Norway advanced for the playoff.


Group 3[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA
 France 21 8 7 0 1 32 7
 Russia 17 8 5 2 1 22 8
 Iceland 13 8 4 1 3 23 11
 Hungary 4 8 1 1 6 6 28
 Poland 2 8 0 2 6 7 36
April 19, 2003
Poland  0–2  Hungary
Paraoanu Goal 78'
Ruff Goal 90+1'

May 11, 2003
Hungary  0–4  France
Pichon Goal 2'57'
Lattaf Goal 45+1'87'

May 18, 2003
Russia  6–0  Poland
Barbashina Goal 7'90'
Stroukova Goal 9'
Letyushova Goal 34'
Svetliskaya Goal 46'
Sergaeva Goal 73'

June 14, 2003
Iceland  4–1  Hungary
Hendriksdóttir Goal 11'
Færseth Goal 19'
Helgadóttir Goal 60'
Viðarsdóttir Goal 70'
Nágy Goal 38'


September 8, 2003
France  2–0  Iceland
Mugneret-Béghé Goal 51'
Tonazzi Goal 63'

September 8, 2003
Hungary  1–3  Russia
Agócs Goal 72' Barbashina Goal 10'16'
Letyushova Goal 90'

September 13, 2003
Iceland  10–0  Poland
Magnúsdóttir Goal 8'
Hendríksdottir Goal 13'
Jóhannesdóttir Goal 18'51'
Grétarsdóttir Goal 32'
Viðarsdóttir Goal 39'42'59'
Helgadóttir Goal 68'
Lárusdóttir Goal 76'

September 27, 2003
Poland  2–3  Iceland
Zelazko Goal 1'
Gawronska Goal 61'
Færseth Goal 5'
Viðarsdóttir Goal 41'
Helgadóttir Goal 43'

November 15, 2003
France  7–1  Poland
Woock Goal 10'
Tonazzi Goal 14'
Diacre Goal 41'
Pichon Goal 55'58'73'
Lattaf Goal 67'
Gibek Goal 76'

April 24, 2004
France  6–0  Hungary
Mugneret-Béghé Goal 20'
Bompastor Goal 30'
Pichon Goal 34'44'72'
Tonazzi Goal 88'

May 1, 2004
Hungary  2–2  Poland
Nágy Goal 43'
Sebestyen Goal 90'
Winczo Goal 11'
Otrebska Goal 85'

May 8, 2004
Poland  1–1  Russia
Zelazko Goal 45' Letyushova Goal 61'

May 16, 2004
Russia  0–3  France
Lattaf Goal 17'
Pichon Goal 78'86'

May 29, 2004
Hungary  0–5  Iceland
Viðarsdóttir Goal 12'62'
Færseth Goal 53'60'0'

June 2, 2004
Iceland  0–3  France
Lattaf Goal 4'12'
Tonazzi Goal 71'

August 22, 2004
Iceland  0–2  Russia
Letyushova Goal 55'81'

September 26, 2004
France  2–5  Russia
Tonazzi Goal 7'
Lattaf Goal 77'
Barbashina Goal 2'75'86'
Fomina Goal 42'
Letyushova Goal 57'

October 3, 2004
Russia  4–0  Hungary
Letyushova Goal 43'70'
Barbashina Goal 54'
Fomina Goal 66'

October 3, 2004
Poland  1–5  France
Pozerska Goal 10' Pichon Goal 17'51'58'
Herbert Goal 52'
Diguelman Goal 54'

France qualified for the final tournament.


Russia and Iceland advanced for the playoff.


Group 4[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA
 Germany 24 8 8 0 0 50 2
 Czech Republic 13 8 4 1 3 15 15
 Scotland 12 8 4 0 4 19 16
 Ukraine 7 8 2 1 5 7 21
 Portugal 3 8 1 0 7 5 42
March 27, 2003
Germany  5–0  Scotland
Prinz Goal 25'69'
Grings Goal 40'58'65'

May 10, 2003
Ukraine  0–1  Portugal
Fernandes Goal 60'

May 18, 2003
Scotland  5–1  Ukraine
Ralph Goal 37'
Brown Goal 66'
Fleeting Goal 76'87'90'
Khodyreva Goal 20'

June 7, 2003
Portugal  1–8  Scotland
I. Silva Goal 64' Brown Goal 7'13'22'
Fleeting Goal 30'33'43'68'75'

June 8, 2003
Ukraine  1–1  Czech Republic
Apanaschenko Goal 34' Penicková Goal 84'

August 9, 2003
Ukraine  1–3  Germany
Mazurenko Goal 4' Garefrekes Goal 41'
Minnert Goal 71'
Müller Goal 87'

August 28, 2003
Germany  4–0  Czech Republic
Gottschlich Goal 45'
Minnert Goal 71'
Prinz Goal 75'
Müller Goal 90+3'

October 19, 2003
Czech Republic  2–0  Scotland
Šcasná Goal 45'
Mouchová Goal 72'

November 13, 2003
Germany  13–0  Portugal
Fuss Goal 9'
Minnert Goal 31'
Garefrekes Goal 45'
Prinz Goal 46'58'63'65'
Smisek Goal 51'
Odebrecht Goal 64'
Pohlers Goal 77'86'
Lingor Goal 81'
Hingst Goal 84'

December 6, 2003
Portugal  0–1  Czech Republic
Penicková Goal 5'

February 7, 2004
Portugal  0–11  Germany
Prinz Goal 10'36'80'
Monteiro Goal 14' (o.g.)
Grings Goal 22'61'68'70'72'
Lingor Goal 41'
Pohlers Goal 90'

April 3, 2004
Portugal  1–2  Ukraine
Pinto Goal 12' Frisco Goal 47'
Pekur Goal 90'

April 10, 2004
Ukraine  1–0  Scotland
Djatel Goal 89'

April 28, 2004
Germany  6–0  Ukraine
Prinz Goal 2'71'
Bachor Goal 31'
Minnert Goal 40'
Smisek Goal 45'
Wimbersky Goal 89'

May 2, 2004
Scotland  1–3  Germany
Fleeting Goal 58' Garefrekes Goal 29'
Prinz Goal 75'
Müller Goal 79'

May 9, 2004
Czech Republic  5–1  Portugal
Knavová Goal 5'
Martinková Goal 31'85'
Ščasná Goal 52'73'
Couto Goal 34'

May 23, 2004
Scotland  2–1  Portugal
Grant Goal 43'
Hamill Goal 57'
S. Silva Goal 87'

June 5, 2004
Czech Republic  4–1  Ukraine
Ščasná Goal 5'63'
Dosková Goal 80'
Panicková Goal 90'
Verezubova Goal 90'

September 5, 2004
Scotland  3–2  Czech Republic
Malone Goal 11'
Fleeting Goal 82'
Jones Goal 89'
Mocová Goal 58'71'

September 25, 2004
Czech Republic  0–5  Germany
Garefrekes Goal 33'
Prinz Goal 52'
Thompson Goal 63'
Carlson Goal 80'
Bertholdová Goal 82' (o.g.)

Germany qualified for the final tournament.


Czech Republic advanced for the playoff.


Second Category[edit]

Group 5[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA
 Republic of Ireland 18 8 5 3 0 35 5
 Romania 18 8 5 3 0 29 5
 Croatia 13 8 4 1 3 17 22
 Bosnia-Herzegovina 7 8 2 1 5 4 19
 Malta 0 8 0 0 8 1 35
April 19, 2003
Bosnia-Herzegovina  0–1  Croatia
Baban Goal 32'

May 18, 2003
Republic of Ireland  6–0  Bosnia-Herzegovina
O'Toole Goal 19'45'49'52'
O'Brien Goal 48'
Curtis Goal 90'


June 28, 2003
Republic of Ireland  2–2  Romania
O'Connor Goal 45+4'
Grant Goal 90+7'
Pufulete Goal 12'76'

August 10, 2003
Romania  3–0  Malta
Anton Goal 55'
Spanu Goal 70'
Talnar Goal 90'


September 28, 2003
Croatia  3–0  Malta
Kusar Goal 28'
Šundov Goal 68'
Kozić Goal 75'


October 18, 2003
Croatia  2–3  Romania
Koljenik Goal 36'
Kusar Goal 75'
Spanu Goal 29'
Leu Goal 63'
Pufulete Goal 89'

October 22, 2003
Malta  0–9  Republic of Ireland
O'Toole Goal 13'23'30'
Curtis Goal 36'44'
Hislop Goal 63'90'
Grant Goal 79'
Tracy Goal 84'

November 16, 2003
Malta  1–4  Croatia
Caruana Goal 90+2' Jakšić Goal 17'34'70'72'


May 1, 2004
Romania  1–1  Republic of Ireland

May 8, 2004
Malta  0–8  Romania


May 15, 2004
Croatia  6–0  Bosnia-Herzegovina


September 5, 2004
Malta  0–2  Bosnia-Herzegovina

September 19, 2004
Bosnia-Herzegovina  0–0  Romania

October 2, 2004
Romania  10–0  Croatia

Group 6[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA
 Belarus 16 6 5 1 0 21 3
 Israel 11 6 3 2 1 20 6
 Estonia 4 6 1 1 4 6 26
 Kazakhstan 2 6 0 2 4 4 16
 Wales 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
May 17, 2003
Belarus  5–0  Estonia
Tatarinova Goal 3'
Aniskovtseva Goal 16'21'
Kuznetsova Goal 65'
Luchonak Goal 90'

August 10, 2003
Estonia  1–4  Israel
Pajo Goal 34' Kochen Goal 10'
Dayan Goal 18'
Jan Goal 44'
Shenar Goal 53'

August 24, 2003
Estonia  3–2  Kazakhstan
Morkovkina Goal 13'43'
Pajo Goal 52'
Yalova Goal 4'
Teterina Goal 57'

September 14, 2003
Kazakhstan  0–0  Israel

October 18, 2003
Belarus  1–1  Israel
Lis Goal 89' Lican Goal 78'

May 9, 2004
Israel  12–1  Estonia
Shelina Goal 6'
Didich Goal 12'
Ohana Goal 29'65'76'
Gian Goal 46'62'68'71'84'
Dayan Goal 49'66'
Vaher Goal 69'

May 25, 2004
Kazakhstan  0–2  Belarus

May 30, 2004
Israel  3–1  Kazakhstan

August 25, 2004
Belarus  8–1  Kazakhstan

September 4, 2004
Estonia  1–3  Belarus

September 19, 2004
Kazakhstan  0–0  Estonia

October 2, 2004
Israel  0–2  Belarus

Wales withdrew.


Group 7[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA
 Austria 15 6 5 0 1 31 4
 Greece 13 6 4 1 1 23 6
 Slovakia 7 6 2 1 3 20 11
 Armenia 0 6 0 0 6 0 53
May 10, 2003
Austria  11–0  Armenia
Schaffranek Goal 7'55'74'
Stallinger Goal 18'78'
Fuhrmann Goal 38'
Gstöttner Goal 44'
Hanschitz Goal 48'
Spieler Goal 51'84'
Fischer Goal 83'

May 13, 2003
Armenia  0–11  Austria
Hanschitz Goal 3'
Hufnahl Goal 8'19'
Stallinger Goal 29'40'70'74'
Hochstöger Goal 49'
Spieler Goal 52'
Gstöttner Goal 63'66'

September 9, 2003
Slovakia  5–0  Armenia
Lukácsová Goal 16'
Gajdosová Goal 19'
Felingová Goal 21'45'
Petrusová Goal 85'

September 12, 2003
Armenia  0–10  Slovakia
Felingová Goal 20'
Izová Goal 28'38'90'
Gharibyan Goal 36' (o.g.)
Giraseková Goal 51'57'
Budosová Goal 55'
Petrusová Goal 75'
Hanzelová Goal 80'

October 25, 2003
Greece  7–0  Armenia
Panteliadou Goal 11'19'
Katsaiti Goal 38'53'57'
Soupiadou Goal 48'
Lazarou Goal 67'

October 28, 2003
Armenia  0–9  Greece
Arvanitaki Goal 5'75'
Panteliadou Goal 8'10'13'15'
Soupiadou Goal 48'
Katsaiti Goal 53'80'

November 15, 2003
Greece  3–1  Slovakia
Michailidou Goal 10'
Lagoumtzki Goal 15'
Kalyvas Goal 24'
Felingová Goal 75'

November 29, 2003
Greece  0–2  Austria
Aigner Goal 7'
Spieler Goal 43'

April 24, 2004
Austria  1–2  Greece

April 29, 2004
Slovakia  2–2  Greece

May 8, 2004
Austria  3–0  Slovakia

August 21, 2004
Slovakia  2–3  Austria

Playoff[edit]

First leg[edit]

16 October 2004
Finland  1 – 0  Russia
Kalmari Goal 66' Report
Finland
Referee: Floarea Ionescu (Romania

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10 November 2004
Iceland  2 – 7  Norway
Jónsdóttir Goal 72'
Vidarsdóttir Goal 80'
Report S. Gulbrandsen Goal 4'26'68'
Mellgren Goal 22'
R. Gulbrandsen Goal 39'55'
Hendriksdottir Goal 90+2' (o.g.)
Iceland
Referee: Claudine Brohet (Belgium)

13 November 2004
Italy  2 – 1  Czech Republic
Zorri Goal 8'
Tuttino Goal 30'
Report Ščasná Goal 46'

Second leg[edit]

20 October 2004
Russia  1 – 3  Finland
Barbashina Goal 62' Report Mäkinen Goal 23'
Salmén Goal 41'56'

Finland won 4–1 on aggregate.


13 November 2004
Norway  2 – 1  Iceland
Mellgren Goal 22'79' Report Kristinsdottir Goal 68'
Norway
Referee: Christine Frai (Germany)

Norway won 9–3 on aggregate.


27 November 2004
Czech Republic  0 – 3  Italy
Report Pasqui Goal 6'
Panico Goal 79'
Camporese Goal 90+1'
Czech Republic
Referee: Eva Ödlund (Sweden)

Italy won 5–1 on aggregate.


Finland, Norway and Italy qualified for the final tournament.


Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Name Goals Minutes played
1 Germany Birgit Prinz 14 630'
2 France Marinette Pichon 13 630'
3 Republic of Ireland Olivia Christin O'Toole 12 561'
4 Scotland Julie Fleeting 11 720'
Romania Daniela Simona Pufulete 11 720'
6 Russia Natalia Barbashina 10 900'
7 Germany Inka Grings 8 226'
Austria Gertrud Stallinger 8 540'
Iceland Margrét Lára Vidarsdóttir 8 640'
Russia Olga Letyushova 8 799'

External links[edit]