2003 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification (UEFA)

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In the UEFA qualification for the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup, the 16 teams belonging to the First Category of European women's football were drawn into four groups, from which the group winners qualify for the World Cup finals. The winner of the Qualifying Playoffs between the Runner-ups of each four group will also qualify.

CLASS A[edit]

Group 1[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 Norway 16 6 5 1 0 21 3 +18
 France 12 6 4 0 2 11 9 +2
 Ukraine 7 6 2 1 3 9 12 −3
 Czech Republic 0 6 0 0 6 6 23 −17

Match schedule & results[edit]

25 August 2001
Ukraine  4–1  Czech Republic
Verezoubova 10'
Pekur 31'
Ivanova 51'
Zinchenko 77'
Urbancová 83'
Kolos, Boryspil
Referee: Ödlund (Sweden)

8 September 2001
Norway  4–0  Ukraine
Ørmen 23', 90'
Gulbrandsen 27'
Mellgren 47'
Åråsen, Lilleström
Referee: Peltola (Finland)


13 October 2001
France  0–3  Norway
Lehn 2', 29'
Mellgren 55'

28 October 2001
Ukraine  0–2  France
Pichon 3', 7'
Kolos, Boryspil
Referee: Toms (England)

17 November 2001
Czech Republic  1–2  France
Chlumecká 59' Pichon 7', 28'
FK Drnovice, Dronvice
Referee: Frai (Germany)

24 March 2002
Czech Republic  1–5  Norway
Dudová 18' Papp 19'
Gulbrandsen 23'
Lehn 32'
Sæthre 60'
Ørmen 64'

20 April 2002
France  4–1  Czech Republic
Soubeyrand 5'
Pichon 30'
Mugneret-Béghé 39'
Blouin 48'
Šcasná 90' (pen)
La Meinau, Strasbourg
Referee: Jonsson (Sweden)

9 May 2002
Norway  3–1  France
Mellgren 3', 25', 55' Pichon 10'
Halden Stadion
Referee: De Toni (Italy)

12 May 2002
Ukraine  1–1  Norway
Mykhailenko 60' Gulbrandsen 53'
Kolos, Boryspil
Referee: Günthner (Germany)


Group 2[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 Sweden 15 6 5 0 1 27 4 +23
 Denmark 15 6 5 0 1 21 8 +13
  Switzerland 3 6 1 0 5 2 18 −16
 Finland 3 6 1 0 5 4 24 −20

Match schedule & results[edit]

4 September 2001
Switzerland   1–0  Finland
Di Fonzo 24'
Lättich, Baar
Referee: Brohet (Sweden)

8 September 2001
Denmark  4–0   Switzerland
Bonde 5' (pen)
Kjældgaard 20', 47'
Madsen 90+3'

9 September 2001
Sweden  8–1  Finland
Svensson 10', 45'
Mostström 22'
Andersson 25' (pen)
Ljungberg 43'
Bengtsson 72', 89'
Sjöström 80'
Uusi-Luomalahti 19' (pen)
Gammliavallen, Umeå
Referee: Skjerven (Norway)

30 September 2001
Sweden  4–1  Denmark
Bengtsson 5'
Ljungberg 68'
Andersson 71'
Björn 75'
Pedersen 43'
Idrottsplats, Malmö
Referee: Toms (England)

13 October 2001
Finland  0–6  Denmark
Rydahl 7'
Hansen 8'
Pedersen 43', 89'
Andersson 39'
Bonde 85' (pen)
Pohjola, Vantaa
Referee: Frai (Germany)

3 November 2001
Switzerland   0–5  Sweden
Ljungberg 28'
Björn 60'
Larsson 68', 90+2'
Sjöström 79'

20 April 2002
Switzerland   1–4  Denmark
Di Fonzo 43' Andersen 12'
Bonde 42', 79'
Pedersen 56'

5 May 2002
Finland  1–0   Switzerland
Mustonen 65'
Pohjola, Vantaa
Referee: Avdonchenko (Russia)

8 May 2002
Sweden  4–0   Switzerland
Svensson 2', 54'
Ljungberg 42', 88'
Råsunda, Solna
Referee: Frai (Germany)

26 May 2002
Denmark  4–2  Finland
Jensen 22', 61'
Jokmusen 82', 90'
Heikari 16'
Kalmari 84'

9 June 2002
Denmark  2–1  Sweden
Terp 75'
Sørensen 88'
Andersson 60' (pen)

26 June 2002
Finland  0–5  Sweden
Eriksson 20', 43'
Ljungberg 46'
Svensson 48', 78'

Group 3[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 Russia 11 6 3 2 1 10 6 +4
 Iceland 9 6 2 3 1 8 9 -1
 Italy 7 6 2 1 3 7 7 0
 Spain 6 6 2 0 4 8 11 −3

Match schedule & results[edit]

18 August 2001
Iceland  1–1  Russia
Færseth 49' Barbachina 8'

8 September 2001
Iceland  2–1  Italy
Færseth 40', 52' Helgadóttir 80' (o.g.)

30 September 2001
Spain  6–1  Iceland
Del Río 4', 30'
Jiménez 43', 59'
Gimbert 86' (pen)
Ferreira 87'
Ólafsdóttir 63'
Pinilla, Teruel
Referee: Fielenbach (Germany)

10 October 2001
Italy  1–3  Russia
Guarino 58' Bosikova 31'
Fomina 60'

28 October 2001
Russia  2–0  Spain
Svetlitskaia 11'
Bosikova
Stroitel, Selyatino
Referee: Skogvang (Norway)

28 November 2001
Italy  3–0  Spain

24 March 2002
Spain  0–1  Italy

29 April 2002
Spain  2–1  Russia
Jiménez 10'
Del Río 33'
Saenko 62'

18 May 2002
Russia  1–1  Iceland

22 May 2002
Russia  2–1  Italy

30 May 2002
Iceland  3–0  Spain

8 June 2002
Italy  0–0  Iceland

Group 4[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 Germany 18 6 6 0 0 30 1 +29
 England 8 6 2 2 2 9 6 +3
 Netherlands 4 6 1 1 4 6 16 −10
 Portugal 4 6 1 1 4 4 26 −22

Match schedule & results[edit]

27 September 2001
Germany  3–1  England
M.Müller 3'
Smisek 7', 11'
Yankey 49'
Auestadion, Kassel
Referee: Karlsen (Norway)

25 October 2001
Germany  9–0  Portugal
Pohlers 2', 25', 57', 63', 84'
Künzer 6'
M.Müller 12', 26', 90'
Report

4 November 2001
England  0–0  Netherlands
Blundell Park, Grimsby Town
Attendance: 4,130
Referee: Elovirta (Finland)

17 November 2001
Netherlands  0–3  Germany
Wunderlich 9'
Prinz 53'
Mensink 62' (o.g.)



24 February 2002
England  3–0  Portugal
Williams 20'
Smith 58', 60'
Report
Fratton Park, Portsmouth
Attendance: 8,821 (British Record)
Referee: Anri Hänninen (Finland)


18 April 2002
Germany  6–0  Netherlands
Wiegmann 4' (pen), 32', 90'
Prinz 41', 49', 84'



19 May 2002
England  0–1  Germany
Gottschlich 41'
Selhurst Park, London
Attendance: 14,107 BRITISH RECORD
Referee: Rindali (Italy)

CLASS B[edit]

Group 5[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA
 Scotland 15 6 5 0 1 20 5
 Belgium 15 6 5 0 1 13 9
 Austria 4 6 1 1 4 7 15
 Wales 1 6 0 1 5 2 13

September 29, 2001
Austria  1–2  Scotland
Stallinger Goal 21' James Goal 51'
Gilmour Goal 74'
Austria

October 10, 2001
Wales  0–2  Austria
Stallinger Goal 68'
Schalkhammer-Hufnagl Goal 80'

October 28, 2001
Scotland  5–1  Wales
Fleeting Goal 10'34'68'75'
James Goal 47'
Ludlow Goal 8'

October 28, 2001
Belgium  3–1  Austria
Carnol Goal 55'
Verelst Goal 62'
Vautmans Goal 87'
Spieler Goal 59'
Belgium

November 17, 2001
Wales  0–2  Belgium
Verelst Goal 12'
Ebhodaghe Goal 84'

November 25, 2001
Belgium  3–2  Scotland
Carnol Goal 29'33'88' Brown Goal 88'
Kerr Goal 90'
Belgium

March 24, 2002
Belgium  1–0  Wales
Jones Goal 28' (o.g.)
Belgium

April 6, 2002
Austria  2–4  Belgium
Szankovich Goal 45'
Fuhrmann Goal 55'
Dermul Goal 14'
Verelst Goal 28'
Maes Goal 45'
Ebhodaghe Goal 85'
Austria

April 21, 2002
Scotland  4–0  Belgium
McWhinnieGoal 20'
Fleeting Goal 42'53'
Cook Goal 44'

May 5, 2002
Scotland  5–0  Austria
Fleeting Goal 11'19'51'
Cook Goal 33'
Hamill Goal 89'

May 19, 2002
Wales  0–2  Scotland
James Goal 54'
Fleeting Goal 81'

May 25, 2002
Austria  1–1  Wales
Spieler Goal 45' Foster Goal 45'
Austria

Group 6[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA
 Yugoslavia 18 6 6 0 0 23 3
 Republic of Ireland 12 6 4 0 2 18 7
 Greece 3 6 1 0 5 7 19
 Moldova 3 6 1 0 5 3 22

September 8, 2001
Yugoslavia  5–0  Republic of Ireland
Stojanović Goal 2'53'57'
Stefanović Goal 76'
Stojiljković Goal 88' (pen.)
Report
FK Rudar Alpos, Aleksinački Rudnik
Referee: Marian Dorobanțu (Romania)

September 12, 2001
Moldova  0–4  Republic of Ireland
Report Hughes Goal 21'
Thorpe Goal 30'79'
O'Toole Goal 57'

September 29, 2001
Moldova  1–2  Yugoslavia

October 27, 2001
Yugoslavia  6–1  Greece

November 17, 2001
Republic of Ireland  5–0  Greece
Scanlan Goal 25'
O'Toole Goal 54'73'
Thorpe Goal 56'
Kierans Goal 86'
Report
Dalymount Park, Dublin
Referee: Caroline De Boeck (Belgium)

November 28, 2001
Greece  1–2  Moldova
Greece

March 24, 2002
Greece  1–3  Republic of Ireland
Lazarou Goal 89' (pen.) Report Hughes Goal 16'
O'Toole Goal 46'65'
Rethymno Gallos Stadium, Rethymno
Referee: Regina Belksma-Konink (Netherlands)

April 6, 2002
Republic of Ireland  6–0  Moldova
O'Toole Goal 11'38' (pen.)
Hughes Goal 21'
Thorpe Goal 60'
Saurin Goal 67'
Tracy Goal 78'
Report
Flancare Park, Longford
Referee: Irina Pavlova

April 20, 2002
Greece  1–3  Yugoslavia
Greece

May 11, 2002
Yugoslavia  6–0  Moldova

May 18, 2002
Moldova  0–3  Greece

May 18, 2002
Republic of Ireland  0–1  Yugoslavia
Report Smiljković Goal 76'
Flancare Park, Longford
Referee: Tonje Overgaard Nordby

Group 7[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA
 Poland 24 8 8 0 0 25 1
 Croatia 13 8 4 1 3 16 11
 Israel 13 8 4 1 3 12 14
 Romania 8 8 2 2 4 18 13
 Estonia 0 8 0 0 8 4 36

September 6, 2001
Estonia  2–5  Israel
Mletsin Goal 87'
Morkovkina Goal 89'
Jan Goal 28'35'38'51'
Shenar Goal 32'

September 23, 2001
Estonia  0–5  Poland
Leonowicz Goal 1'77'
Gibek Goal 9'
Drozdowska Goal 58'
Otrębska Goal 75'

September 23, 2001
Croatia  4–0  Israel
Jakšić Goal 27'89'
Kozić Goal 38'
Kovač Goal 47'

September 30, 2001
Croatia  2–2  Romania
Bešker Goal 49'
Jakšić Goal 57'
Spanu Goal 12'
Anton Goal 65'

October 13, 2001
Romania  6–1  Estonia
Spanu Goal 16'70'
Anton Goal 44'56'
Striblea Goal 45'
Laslo Goal 61'
Kori Goal 90'

October 16, 2001
Croatia  3–0  Estonia

October 28, 2001
Poland  2–0  Croatia
Poland

October 28, 2001
Israel  1–0  Romania
Jan Goal 9'

November 18, 2001
Israel  0–2  Poland

April 7, 2002
Poland  5–0  Estonia
Poland

April 18, 2002
Estonia  0–3  Croatia

April 21, 2002
Romania  0–1  Poland

May 5, 2002
Poland  4–0  Israel
Poland

May 18, 2002
Poland  3–1  Romania
Poland

May 25, 2002
Croatia  0–3  Poland

May 26, 2002
Romania  1–1  Israel

June 1, 2002
Romania  2–3  Croatia

June 4, 2002
Israel  3–0  Estonia
Didich Goal 48' (pen.)
Jan Goal 71'
Shenar Goal 90'

June 6, 2002
Israel  2–1  Croatia
Ozeri Goal 5'
Didich Goal 88'
Kovač Goal 2'

June 9, 2002
Estonia  1–6  Romania

Group 8[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA
 Hungary 24 8 8 0 0 33 5
 Slovakia 15 8 5 0 3 25 11
 Belarus 15 8 5 0 3 27 16
 Turkey 3 8 1 0 7 10 27
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 3 8 1 0 7 10 46


September 8, 2001
Hungary  3–0  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Hungary

September 8, 2001
Belarus  3–2  Slovakia

September 26, 2001
Belarus  4–0  Turkey

September 29, 2001
Slovakia  0–2  Hungary

October 13, 2001
Turkey  0–3  Slovakia
Turkey

October 13, 2001
Hungary  2–0  Belarus
Hungary

October 24, 2001
Turkey  5–1  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Turkey

November 21, 2001
Turkey  1–4  Hungary
Turkey

March 24, 2002
Turkey  1–5  Belarus
Turkey

April 5, 2002
Slovakia  3–0  Turkey


April 13, 2002
Slovakia  3–1  Belarus

April 22, 2002
Belarus  2–4  Hungary


May 4, 2002
Hungary  3–1  Slovakia
Hungary


May 23, 2002
Hungary  4–1  Turkey
Hungary


Play-Off[edit]

Semi-Finals[edit]


23 August 2002
France  2–0  Denmark
Pichon 32'
Bompastor 36'

15 September 2002
Denmark  1–1  France
Hansen 9' Lecouflé 89'
Odense Stadion
Referee: Günthner (Germany)

16 September 2002
Iceland  2–2  England
Færseth 42'
Hendriksdóttir 56'
Walker 44', 88'

22 September 2002
England  1–0  Iceland
Barr 87'
St. Andrews, Birmingham
Attendance: 3,442
Referee: Jonsson (Sweden)

Final[edit]


17 October 2002
England  0–1  France
Pichon 75'
Selhurst Park, London
Attendance: 6,004
Referee: Karlsen (Norway)

16 November 2002
France  1–0  England
Diacre 54'

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