2006 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA Group 1

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The 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification UEFA Group 1 was a UEFA qualifying group for the 2006 FIFA World Cup. The group comprised Andorra, Armenia, Czech Republic, Finland, Macedonia and Netherlands, and Romania.

The group was won by Netherlands, who qualified for the 2006 FIFA World Cup. The runners-up Czech Republic entered the UEFA Qualification Playoffs.

Standings[edit]

Legend
Group winners and two best runners-up among all groups directly qualified for the finals
Remaining group runners-up advanced to the play-offs
Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Netherlands 12 10 2 0 27 3 +24 32
 Czech Republic 12 9 0 3 35 12 +23 27
 Romania 12 8 1 3 20 10 +10 25
 Finland 12 5 1 6 21 19 +2 16
 Macedonia 12 2 3 7 11 24 −13 9
 Armenia 12 2 1 9 9 25 −16 7
 Andorra 12 1 2 9 4 34 −30 5
  Andorra Armenia Czech Republic Finland Republic of Macedonia Netherlands Romania
Andorra  0–3 0–4 0–0 1–0 0–3 1–5
Armenia  2–1 0–3 0–2 1–2 0–1 1–1
Czech Republic  8–1 4–1 4–3 6–1 0–2 1–0
Finland  3–0 3–1 0–3 5–1 0–4 0–1
Macedonia  0–0 3–0 0–2 0–3 2–2 1–2
Netherlands  4–0 2–0 2–0 3–1 0–0 2–0
Romania  2–0 3–0 2–0 2–1 2–1 0–2

Matches[edit]

18 August 2004
20:00
Macedonia  3–0  Armenia
Pandev Goal 5'
Šakiri Goal 37'
Šumulikoski Goal 90'
(Report)
Skopje City Stadium, Skopje
Attendance: 4,375
Referee: Anton Guenov (Bulgaria)
18 August 2004
20:30
Romania  2–1  Finland
Mutu Goal 50'
Petre Goal 90'
(Report) Eremenko Goal 90+3'
Stadionul Giuleşti, Bucharest
Attendance: 17,500
Referee: Grzegorz Gilewski (Poland)

4 September 2004
17:00
Finland  3–0  Andorra
Eremenko Goal 42'64'
Riihilahti Goal 58'
(Report)
Ratina Stadion, Tampere
Attendance: 7,437
Referee: Zeljko Siric (Croatia)
4 September 2004
20:30
Romania  2–1  Macedonia
Pancu Goal 15'
Mutu Goal 88'
(Report) Vasoski Goal 70'
Stadionul Ion Oblemenco, Craiova
Attendance: 14,500
Referee: Konrad Plautz (Austria)

8 September 2004
16:00
Andorra  1–5  Romania
Pujol Goal 28' (pen.) (Report) Cernat Goal 1'17'
Pancu Goal 5'83'
Niculae Goal 70'
8 September 2004
20:30
Netherlands  2–0  Czech Republic
Van Hooijdonk Goal 34'84' (Report)
Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam
Attendance: 48,488
Referee: Markus Merk (Germany)
8 September 2004
21:00
Armenia  0–2  Finland
(Report) Forssell Goal 24'
Eremenko Goal 67'

9 October 2004
17:00
Czech Republic  1–0  Romania
Koller Goal 36' (Report)
Toyota Arena, Prague
Attendance: 16,028
Referee: Roberto Rosetti (Italy)
9 October 2004
17:00
Finland  3–1  Armenia
Kuqi Goal 9'87'
Eremenko Goal 28'
(Report) Shahgeldyan Goal 32'
Ratina Stadion, Tampere
Attendance: 7,894
Referee: Herbert Fandel (Germany)
9 October 2004
20:30
Macedonia  2–2  Netherlands
Pandev Goal 45'
Stojkov Goal 71'
(Report) Bouma Goal 42'
Kuyt Goal 65'
Skopje City Stadium, Skopje
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Peter Frojdfeldt (Sweden)

13 October 2004
15:00
Andorra  1–0  Macedonia
Bernaus Goal 60' (Report)
13 October 2004
20:20
Armenia  0–3  Czech Republic
(Report) Koller Goal 3'75'
Rosický Goal 30'
Hanrapetakan Stadium, Yerevan
Attendance: 3,205
Referee: Jacek Granat (Poland)
13 October 2004
20:30
Netherlands  3–1  Finland
Sneijder Goal 39'
Van Nistelrooy Goal 41'63'
(Report) Tainio Goal 13'
Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Stephen Bennett (England)

17 November 2004
17:30
Macedonia  0–2  Czech Republic
(Report) Lokvenc Goal 88'
Koller Goal 90'
Skopje City Stadium, Skopje
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: Urs Meier (Switzerland)
17 November 2004
19:00
Armenia  1–1  Romania
Dokhoyan Goal 60' (Report) Marica Goal 29'
17 November 2004
20:30
Andorra  0–3  Netherlands
(Report) Cocu Goal 21'
Robben Goal 31'
Sneijder Goal 78'
Mini Estadi, Barcelona (Spain)
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Alon Yefet (Israel)

9 February 2005
16:00
Macedonia  0–0  Andorra
(Report)
Skopje City Stadium, Skopje
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Johan Verbist (Belgium)

26 March 2005
17:00
Czech Republic  4–3  Finland
Baroš Goal 7'
Rosický Goal 34'
Polák Goal 58'
Lokvenc Goal 87'
(Report) Litmanen Goal 46'
Riihilahti Goal 73'
Johansson Goal 79'
Na Stinadlech, Teplice
Attendance: 16,200
Referee: Claus Bo Larsen (Denmark)
26 March 2005
18:00
Armenia  2–1  Andorra
Hakobyan Goal 30'
Khachatryan Goal 73'
(Report) Silva Goal 56'
Hanrapetakan Stadium, Yerevan
Attendance: 2,100
Referee: Joseph Attard (Malta)
26 March 2005
20:00
Romania  0–2  Netherlands
(Report) Cocu Goal 1'
Babel Goal 84'

30 March 2005
16:50
Andorra  0–4  Czech Republic
(Report) Jankulovski Goal 31' (pen.)
Baroš Goal 40'
Lokvenc Goal 53'
Rosický Goal 90+2' (pen.)
30 March 2005
20:00
Macedonia  1–2  Romania
Maznov Goal 31' (Report) Mitea Goal 18'58'
Skopje City Stadium, Skopje
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Tom Ovrebo (Norway)
30 March 2005
20:30
Netherlands  2–0  Armenia
Castelen Goal 3'
Van Nistelrooy Goal 33'
(Report)
Philips Stadion, Eindhoven
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Mattea Trefoloni (Italy)

4 June 2005
17:00
Czech Republic  8–1  Andorra
Lokvenc Goal 12'92'
Koller Goal 30'
Šmicer Goal 37'
Galásek Goal 52'
Baroš Goal 79'
Rosický Goal 84'
Polák Goal 86'
(Report) Riera Goal 36'
U Nisy Stadium, Liberec
Attendance: 9,520
Referee: Selçuk Dereli (Turkey)
4 June 2005
20:00
Armenia  1–2  Macedonia
Manucharyan Goal 55' (Report) Pandev Goal 29' (pen.)47'
Hanrapetakan Stadium, Yerevan
Attendance: 2,870
Referee: Tomasz Mikulski (Poland)
4 June 2005
20:30
Netherlands  2–0  Romania
Robben Goal 26'
Kuyt Goal 47'
(Report)
Feijenoord Stadion, Rotterdam
Attendance: 47,000
Referee: Messimo De Santis (Italy)

8 June 2005
17:00
Czech Republic  6–1  Macedonia
Koller Goal 41'45'48'52'
Rosický Goal 73'
Baroš Goal 87'
(Report) Pandev Goal 13'
Na Stinadlech, Teplice
Attendance: 14,150
Referee: Arturo Dauden Ibanez (Spain)
8 June 2005
20:30
Romania  3–0  Armenia
Petre Goal 29'
Bucur Goal 40'78'
(Report)
8 June 2005
21:00
Finland  0–4  Netherlands
(Report) Van Nistelrooy Goal 36'
Kuyt Goal 76'
Cocu Goal 85'
Van Persie Goal 87'

17 August 2005
20:00
Macedonia  0–3  Finland
(Report) Eremenko Goal 8'45'
Roiha Goal 87'
Skopje City Stadium, Skopje
Attendance: 6,800
Referee: Matthew Messias (England)
17 August 2005
21:30
Romania  2–0  Andorra
Mutu Goal 29'41' (Report)
Stadionul Farul, Constanța
Attendance: 8,200
Referee: Haim Jakov (Israel)

3 September 2005
16:00
Andorra  0–0  Finland
(Report)
3 September 2005
21:00
Romania  2–0  Czech Republic
Mutu Goal 28'56' (Report)
Stadionul Farul, Constanța
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: Terje Hauge (Norway)
3 September 2005
22:00
Armenia  0–1  Netherlands
(Report) Van Nistelrooy Goal 64'
Hanrapetakan Stadium, Yerevan
Attendance: 1,747
Referee: Stuart Dougal (Scotland)

7 September 2005
17:30
Czech Republic  4–1  Armenia
Heinz Goal 47'
Polák Goal 52'76'
Baroš Goal 58'
(Report) Hakobyan Goal 85'
Andrův stadion, Olomouc
Attendance: 12,015
Referee: Martin Hansson (Sweden)
7 September 2005
19:00
Finland  5–1  Macedonia
Forssell Goal 10'12'61'
Tihinen Goal 41'
Eremenko Goal 54'
(Report) Maznov Goal 48'
Ratina Stadion, Tampere
Attendance: 6,467
Referee: Kristinn Jakobsson (Israel)
7 September 2005
20:30
Netherlands  4–0  Andorra
Van der Vaart Goal 23'
Cocu Goal 27'
Van Nistelrooy Goal 43'89'
(Report)
Philips Stadion, Eindhoven
Attendance: 34,000
Referee: Attila Hanacsek (Hungary)

8 October 2005
17:00
Finland  0–1  Romania
(Report) Mutu Goal 41' (pen.)
8 October 2005
20:30
Czech Republic  0–2  Netherlands
(Report) Van der Vaart Goal 31'
Opdam Goal 38'
Toyota Arena, Prague
Attendance: 17,478
Referee: Alain Sars (France)

12 October 2005
16:00
Andorra  0–3  Armenia
(Report) Sonejee Goal 40' (o.g.)
Hakobyan Goal 52'62'
12 October 2005
18:30
Finland  0–3  Czech Republic
(Report) Jun Goal 6'
Rosický Goal 51'
Heinz Goal 58'
12 October 2005
19:30
Netherlands  0–0  Macedonia
(Report)
Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Stefano Farina (Italy)

Goalscorers[edit]

Pos Player Country Goals
1 Jan Koller  Czech Republic 9
2 Adrian Mutu  Romania 7
Alexei Eremenko  Finland
Ruud van Nistelrooy  Netherlands
5 Tomáš Rosický  Czech Republic 6
6 Milan Baroš  Czech Republic 5
Vratislav Lokvenc  Czech Republic
Goran Pandev  Macedonia
Philip Cocu  Netherlands
10 Jan Polák  Czech Republic 4
Mikael Forssell  Finland
12 Dirk Kuyt  Netherlands 3
Daniel Pancu  Romania