FANDOM


UEFA Euro 2004 was a football tournament that took place in Portugal between 12 June and 4 July 2004. The 16 teams that qualified for the competition were required to submit a final 23-man squad by 2 June 2004, although injured squad members could be replaced at any time up to 24 hours before their team's first match.

The players' ages, clubs and caps are accurate as of the start of the tournament's opening day.

Group A

Greece

Greece named their final squad on 23 May 2004.

Head coach: Otto Rehhagel

No. Pos. Player DoB (Age) Caps Club
1 GK Antonios Nikopolidis 14 January 1971 (aged 33) 42 Flag of Greece.svg Panathinaikos
2 DF Giourkas Seitaridis 4 June 1981 (aged 23) 18 Flag of Greece.svg Panathinaikos
3 DF Stylianos Venetidis 19 November 1976 (aged 27) 36 Flag of Greece.svg Olympiacos
4 DF Nikos Dabizas 3 August 1973 (aged 30) 67 England Leicester City
5 DF Traianos Dellas 31 January 1976 (aged 28) 16 Flag of Italy Roma
6 MF Angelos Basinas 3 January 1976 (aged 28) 42 Flag of Greece.svg Panathinaikos
7 MF Theodoros Zagorakis (c) 27 October 1971 (aged 32) 88 Flag of Greece.svg AEK Athens
8 MF Stelios Giannakopoulos 12 July 1974 (aged 29) 36 England Bolton Wanderers
9 FW Angelos Charisteas 9 February 1980 (aged 24) 26 Germany Werder Bremen
10 MF Vassilios Tsiartas 12 November 1972 (aged 31) 57 Flag of Greece.svg AEK Athens
11 FW Demis Nikolaidis 17 September 1973 (aged 30) 50 Flag of Spain Atlético Madrid
12 GK Konstantinos Chalkias 30 May 1974 (aged 30) 4 Flag of Greece.svg Panathinaikos
13 GK Fanis Katergiannakis 16 February 1974 (aged 30) 6 Flag of Greece.svg Olympiacos
14 DF Takis Fyssas 12 June 1973 (aged 31) 30 Flag of Portugal Benfica
15 FW Zisis Vryzas 9 November 1973 (aged 30) 45 Flag of Italy Fiorentina
16 MF Pantelis Kafes 24 June 1978 (aged 25) 18 Flag of Greece.svg Olympiacos
17 MF Georgios Georgiadis 8 March 1972 (aged 32) 57 Flag of Greece.svg Olympiacos
18 DF Giannis Goumas 24 May 1975 (aged 29) 27 Flag of Greece.svg Panathinaikos
19 DF Michalis Kapsis 18 October 1973 (aged 30) 8 Flag of Greece.svg AEK Athens
20 MF Giorgos Karagounis 6 March 1977 (aged 27) 30 Flag of Italy Inter Milan
21 MF Kostas Katsouranis 21 June 1979 (aged 24) 5 Flag of Greece.svg AEK Athens
22 FW Dimitrios Papadopoulos 20 September 1981 (aged 22) 6 Flag of Greece.svg Panathinaikos
23 MF Vassilis Lakis 10 September 1976 (aged 27) 29 Flag of Greece.svg AEK Athens

Portugal

Portugal named their final squad on 18 May 2004.

Head coach: Luiz Felipe Scolari

No. Pos. Player DoB (Age) Caps Club
1 GK Ricardo 11 February 1976 (aged 28) 26 Flag of Portugal Sporting CP
2 DF Paulo Ferreira 18 January 1979 (aged 25) 11 Flag of Portugal Porto
3 DF Rui Jorge 27 March 1973 (aged 31) 42 Flag of Portugal Sporting CP
4 DF Jorge Andrade 9 April 1978 (aged 26) 21 Flag of Spain Deportivo La Coruña
5 DF Fernando Couto (c) 2 August 1969 (aged 34) 106 Flag of Italy Lazio
6 MF Costinha 1 December 1974 (aged 29) 23 Flag of Portugal Porto
7 MF Luís Figo 4 November 1972 (aged 31) 103 Flag of Spain Real Madrid
8 MF Petit 25 September 1976 (aged 27) 19 Flag of Portugal Benfica
9 FW Pauleta 28 April 1973 (aged 31) 55 Flag of France Paris Saint-Germain
10 MF Rui Costa 29 March 1972 (aged 32) 89 Flag of Italy Milan
11 FW Simão 31 October 1979 (aged 24) 27 Flag of Portugal Benfica
12 GK Quim 13 November 1975 (aged 28) 21 Flag of Portugal Braga
13 DF Miguel 4 January 1980 (aged 24) 13 Flag of Portugal Benfica
14 DF Nuno Valente 12 September 1974 (aged 29) 9 Flag of Portugal Porto
15 DF Beto 3 May 1976 (aged 28) 30 Flag of Portugal Sporting CP
16 DF Ricardo Carvalho 18 May 1978 (aged 26) 4 Flag of Portugal Porto
17 FW Cristiano Ronaldo 5 February 1985 (aged 19) 6 England Manchester United
18 MF Maniche 11 November 1977 (aged 26) 7 Flag of Portugal Porto
19 MF Tiago 2 May 1981 (aged 23) 9 Flag of Portugal Benfica
20 MF Deco 27 August 1977 (aged 26) 12 Flag of Portugal Porto
21 FW Nuno Gomes 5 July 1976 (aged 27) 39 Flag of Portugal Benfica
22 GK José Moreira 20 March 1982 (aged 22) 0 Flag of Portugal Benfica
23 FW Hélder Postiga 2 August 1982 (aged 21) 6 England Tottenham Hotspur

Russia

Russia named their final squad on 2 June 2004. Aleksandr Mostovoi was sent home from the tournament on 15 June due to alleged attacks on the cohesion of the group.

Head coach: Georgi Yartsev

No. Pos. Player DoB (Age) Caps Club
1 GK Sergei Ovchinnikov 10 November 1970 (aged 33) 31 Flag of Russia Lokomotiv Moscow
2 MF Vladislav Radimov 26 November 1975 (aged 28) 29 Flag of Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg
3 FW Dmitri Sychev 26 October 1983 (aged 20) 15 Flag of Russia Lokomotiv Moscow
4 MF Alexey Smertin (c) 1 May 1975 (aged 29) 40 England Portsmouth
5 MF Andrei Karyaka 1 April 1978 (aged 26) 17 Flag of Russia Krylya Sovetov Samara
6 MF Igor Semshov 6 April 1978 (aged 26) 6 Flag of Russia Torpedo Moscow
7 MF Marat Izmailov 21 September 1982 (aged 21) 17 Flag of Russia Lokomotiv Moscow
8 MF Rolan Gusev 17 September 1977 (aged 26) 25 Flag of Russia CSKA Moscow
9 FW Dmitri Bulykin 20 November 1979 (aged 24) 8 Flag of Russia Dynamo Moscow
10 MF Aleksandr Mostovoi 22 August 1968 (aged 35) 64 Flag of Spain Celta Vigo
11 FW Aleksandr Kerzhakov 27 November 1982 (aged 21) 18 Flag of Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg
12 GK Vyacheslav Malafeev 4 March 1979 (aged 25) 2 Flag of Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg
13 DF Roman Sharonov 8 September 1976 (aged 27) 3 Flag of Russia Rubin Kazan
14 DF Aleksandr Anyukov 28 September 1982 (aged 21) 1 Flag of Russia Krylya Sovetov Samara
15 MF Dmitri Alenichev 20 October 1972 (aged 31) 50 Flag of Portugal Porto
16 DF Vadim Evseev 8 January 1976 (aged 28) 9 Flag of Russia Lokomotiv Moscow
17 DF Dmitri Sennikov 24 June 1976 (aged 27) 13 Flag of Russia Lokomotiv Moscow
18 FW Dmitri Kirichenko 17 January 1977 (aged 27) 4 Flag of Russia CSKA Moscow
19 MF Vladimir Bystrov 31 January 1984 (aged 20) 2 Flag of Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg
20 MF Dmitri Loskov 12 February 1974 (aged 30) 13 Flag of Russia Lokomotiv Moscow
21 DF Aleksei Bugayev 25 August 1981 (aged 22) 1 Flag of Russia Torpedo Moscow
22 MF Evgeni Aldonin 22 January 1980 (aged 24) 12 Flag of Russia CSKA Moscow
23 GK Igor Akinfeev 8 April 1986 (aged 18) 1 Flag of Russia CSKA Moscow

Note: caps include those for USSR, CIS, and Russia.

Spain

Spain named their initial 23-man squad on 20 May 2004. Real Madrid right-back Michel Salgado was originally named in the squad but suffered a torn thigh muscle and was replaced by Deportivo La Coruña full-back Joan Capdevila.

Head coach: Iñaki Sáez

No. Pos. Player DoB (Age) Caps Club
1 GK Santiago Cañizares 18 December 1969 (aged 34) Flag of Spain Valencia
2 DF Joan Capdevila 3 February 1978 (aged 26) Flag of Spain Deportivo La Coruña
3 DF Carlos Marchena 31 July 1979 (aged 24) Flag of Spain Valencia
4 MF David Albelda 1 September 1977 (aged 26) Flag of Spain Valencia
5 DF Carles Puyol 13 April 1978 (aged 26) Flag of Spain Barcelona
6 DF Iván Helguera 28 March 1975 (aged 29) Flag of Spain Real Madrid
7 FW Raúl (c) 27 June 1977 (aged 26) Flag of Spain Real Madrid
8 MF Rubén Baraja 11 July 1975 (aged 28) Flag of Spain Valencia
9 FW Fernando Torres 20 March 1984 (aged 20) Flag of Spain Atlético Madrid
10 FW Fernando Morientes 5 April 1976 (aged 28) Flag of France Monaco
11 FW Albert Luque 11 March 1978 (aged 26) Flag of Spain Deportivo La Coruña
12 DF Gabri 10 February 1979 (aged 25) Flag of Spain Barcelona
13 GK Daniel Aranzubia 18 September 1979 (aged 24) Flag of Spain Athletic Bilbao
14 MF Vicente 16 July 1981 (aged 22) Flag of Spain Valencia
15 DF Raúl Bravo 14 April 1981 (aged 23) Flag of Spain Real Madrid
16 MF Xabi Alonso 25 November 1981 (aged 22) Flag of Spain Real Sociedad
17 FW Joseba Etxeberria 5 September 1977 (aged 26) Flag of Spain Athletic Bilbao
18 DF César Martín 3 April 1977 (aged 27) Flag of Spain Deportivo La Coruña
19 MF Joaquín 21 July 1981 (aged 22) Flag of Spain Real Betis
20 MF Xavi 25 January 1980 (aged 24) Flag of Spain Barcelona
21 MF Juan Carlos Valerón 17 June 1975 (aged 28) Flag of Spain Deportivo La Coruña
22 DF Juanito 23 July 1976 (aged 27) Flag of Spain Real Betis
23 GK Iker Casillas 20 May 1981 (aged 23) Flag of Spain Real Madrid

Group B

Croatia

Croatia named their final squad on 2 June 2004. Goalkeeper Stipe Pletikosa sustained a thigh injury a few days before the beginning of the tournament, and so was withdrawn from the squad, with Vladimir Vasilj taking his place.

Head coach: Otto Barić

No. Pos. Player DoB (Age) Caps Club
1 GK Vladimir Vasilj 6 July 1975 (aged 28) Croatia Varteks
2 DF Mario Tokić 23 July 1975 (aged 28) Flag of Austria Grazer AK
3 DF Josip Šimunić 18 February 1978 (aged 26) Germany Hertha BSC
4 DF Stjepan Tomas 6 March 1976 (aged 28) Flag of Turkey Fenerbahçe
5 DF Igor Tudor 16 April 1978 (aged 26) Flag of Italy Juventus
6 DF Boris Živković (c) 15 November 1975 (aged 28) Germany VfB Stuttgart
7 MF Milan Rapaić 16 August 1973 (aged 30) Flag of Italy Ancona
8 MF Darijo Srna 1 May 1982 (aged 22) Flag of Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk
9 FW Dado Pršo 5 November 1974 (aged 29) Flag of France Monaco
10 MF Niko Kovač 15 October 1971 (aged 32) Germany Hertha BSC
11 FW Tomislav Šokota 8 April 1977 (aged 27) Flag of Portugal Benfica
12 GK Tomislav Butina 30 March 1974 (aged 30) Belgium Club Brugge
13 DF Dario Šimić 12 November 1975 (aged 28) Flag of Italy Milan
14 DF Mato Neretljak 3 June 1979 (aged 25) Croatia Hajduk Split
15 MF Jerko Leko 9 April 1980 (aged 24) Flag of Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv
16 MF Marko Babić 28 January 1981 (aged 23) Germany Bayer Leverkusen
17 FW Ivan Klasnić 29 January 1980 (aged 24) Germany Werder Bremen
18 FW Ivica Olić 14 September 1979 (aged 24) Flag of Russia CSKA Moscow
19 FW Ivica Mornar 12 January 1974 (aged 30) England Portsmouth
20 MF Đovani Roso 17 November 1972 (aged 31) Flag of Israel Maccabi Haifa
21 DF Robert Kovač 6 April 1974 (aged 30) Germany Bayern Munich
22 MF Nenad Bjelica 20 August 1971 (aged 32) Germany 1. FC Kaiserslautern
23 GK Joey Didulica 14 October 1977 (aged 26) Flag of Austria Austria Wien

England

England named their final squad on 17 May 2004.

Head coach: Sven-Göran Eriksson

No. Pos. Player DoB (Age) Caps Club
1 GK David James 1 August 1970 (aged 33) 24 England Manchester City
2 DF Gary Neville 18 February 1975 (aged 29) 63 England Manchester United
3 DF Ashley Cole 20 December 1980 (aged 23) 26 England Arsenal
4 MF Steven Gerrard 30 May 1980 (aged 24) 24 England Liverpool
5 DF John Terry 7 December 1980 (aged 23) 8 England Chelsea
6 DF Sol Campbell 18 September 1974 (aged 29) 58 England Arsenal
7 MF David Beckham (c) 2 May 1975 (aged 29) 68 Flag of Spain Real Madrid
8 MF Paul Scholes 16 November 1974 (aged 29) 62 England Manchester United
9 FW Wayne Rooney 24 October 1985 (aged 18) 13 England Everton
10 FW Michael Owen 14 December 1979 (aged 24) 56 England Liverpool
11 MF Frank Lampard 20 June 1978 (aged 25) 19 England Chelsea
12 DF Wayne Bridge 5 August 1980 (aged 23) 17 England Chelsea
13 GK Paul Robinson 15 October 1979 (aged 24) 5 England Tottenham Hotspur
14 DF Phil Neville 21 January 1977 (aged 27) 48 England Manchester United
15 DF Ledley King 12 October 1980 (aged 23) 5 England Tottenham Hotspur
16 DF Jamie Carragher 28 January 1978 (aged 26) 12 England Liverpool
17 MF Nicky Butt 21 January 1975 (aged 29) 35 England Manchester United
18 MF Owen Hargreaves 20 January 1981 (aged 23) 19 Germany Bayern Munich
19 MF Joe Cole 8 November 1981 (aged 22) 17 England Chelsea
20 MF Kieron Dyer 29 December 1978 (aged 25) 22 England Newcastle United
21 FW Emile Heskey 11 January 1978 (aged 26) 42 England Birmingham City
22 GK Ian Walker 31 October 1971 (aged 32) 4 England Leicester City
23 FW Darius Vassell 13 June 1980 (aged 23) 18 England Aston Villa

France

France named their final squad on 18 May 2004. Midfielder Ludovic Giuly tore a groin muscle during the 2004 UEFA Champions League Final on 26 May, and was replaced by striker Sidney Govou three days later.

Head coach: Jacques Santini

No. Pos. Player DoB (Age) Caps Club
1 GK Mickaël Landreau 14 May 1979 (aged 25) Flag of France Nantes
2 DF Jean-Alain Boumsong 14 December 1979 (aged 24) Flag of France Auxerre
3 DF Bixente Lizarazu 9 December 1969 (aged 34) Germany Bayern Munich
4 MF Patrick Vieira 23 June 1976 (aged 27) England Arsenal
5 DF William Gallas 17 August 1977 (aged 26) England Chelsea
6 MF Claude Makélélé 18 February 1973 (aged 31) England Chelsea
7 MF Robert Pirès 29 October 1973 (aged 30) 67 England Arsenal
8 DF Marcel Desailly (c) 7 September 1968 (aged 35) England Chelsea
9 FW Louis Saha 8 August 1978 (aged 25) England Manchester United
10 MF Zinedine Zidane 23 June 1972 (aged 31) Flag of Spain Real Madrid
11 FW Sylvain Wiltord 10 May 1974 (aged 30) England Arsenal
12 FW Thierry Henry 17 August 1977 (aged 26) England Arsenal
13 DF Mikaël Silvestre 9 August 1977 (aged 26) England Manchester United
14 MF Jérôme Rothen 31 March 1978 (aged 26) Flag of France Monaco
15 DF Lilian Thuram 1 January 1972 (aged 32) Flag of Italy Juventus
16 GK Fabien Barthez 28 June 1971 (aged 32) Flag of France Marseille
17 MF Olivier Dacourt 25 September 1974 (aged 29) Flag of Italy Roma
18 MF Benoît Pedretti 12 November 1980 (aged 23) Flag of France Sochaux
19 DF Willy Sagnol 18 March 1977 (aged 27) Germany Bayern Munich
20 FW David Trezeguet 15 October 1977 (aged 26) Flag of Italy Juventus
21 FW Steve Marlet 10 January 1974 (aged 30) Flag of France Marseille
22 FW Sidney Govou 27 July 1979 (aged 24) Flag of France Lyon
23 GK Grégory Coupet 31 December 1972 (aged 31) Flag of France Lyon

Switzerland

Switzerland named an initial 26-man squad on 24 May 2004. Stéphane Grichting and Rémo Meyer were both cut from the final squad, while Marco Streller broke his left tibia and fibula and Leonard Thurre tore a calf muscle in training; they were replaced in the final 23-man squad by 18-year-old PSV Eindhoven forward Johan Vonlanthen.

On 6 June, midfielder Johann Lonfat was withdrawn from the squad after suffering a back injury; he was originally going to be replaced by Juventus forward Davide Chiumiento, but he declined the selection in favour of waiting for a call-up by Italy, meaning that Tranquillo Barnetta replaced Lonfat instead. Goalkeeper Fabrice Borer suffered a broken arm in training on 12 June and was replaced by Sébastien Roth before Switzerland's opening game against Croatia the next day.

Head coach: Köbi Kuhn

No. Pos. Player DoB (Age) Caps Club
1 GK Jörg Stiel (c) 3 March 1968 (aged 36) Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach
2 DF Bernt Haas 8 April 1978 (aged 26) England West Bromwich Albion
3 DF Bruno Berner 21 November 1977 (aged 26) Germany SC Freiburg
4 DF Stéphane Henchoz 7 September 1974 (aged 29) England Liverpool
5 DF Murat Yakin 15 September 1974 (aged 29) Switzerland Basel
6 MF Johann Vogel 8 March 1977 (aged 27) Netherlands PSV
7 MF Ricardo Cabanas 17 January 1979 (aged 25) Switzerland Grasshopper
8 MF Raphaël Wicky 26 April 1977 (aged 27) Germany Hamburger SV
9 FW Alexander Frei 15 July 1979 (aged 24) Flag of France Rennes
10 MF Hakan Yakin 22 February 1977 (aged 27) Germany VfB Stuttgart
11 FW Stéphane Chapuisat 28 June 1969 (aged 34) Switzerland Young Boys
12 GK Pascal Zuberbühler 8 January 1971 (aged 33) Switzerland Basel
13 DF Marco Zwyssig 24 October 1971 (aged 32) Switzerland Basel
14 DF Ludovic Magnin 20 April 1979 (aged 25) Germany Werder Bremen
15 MF Daniel Gygax 28 August 1981 (aged 22) Switzerland Zürich
16 MF Fabio Celestini 31 October 1975 (aged 28) Flag of France Marseille
17 DF Christoph Spycher 30 March 1978 (aged 26) Switzerland Grasshopper
18 MF Benjamin Huggel 7 July 1977 (aged 26) Switzerland Basel
19 MF Tranquillo Barnetta 22 May 1985 (aged 19) Switzerland St. Gallen
20 DF Patrick Müller 17 December 1976 (aged 27) Flag of France Lyon
21 FW Milaim Rama 29 February 1976 (aged 28) Switzerland Thun
22 FW Johan Vonlanthen 1 February 1986 (aged 18) Netherlands PSV
23 GK Sébastien Roth 1 April 1978 (aged 26) Switzerland Servette

Group C

Bulgaria

Bulgaria named their squad on 19 May 2004.

Head coach: Plamen Markov

No. Pos. Player DoB (Age) Caps Club
1 GK Zdravko Zdravkov 4 October 1970 (aged 33) Flag of Bulgaria Litex Lovech
2 DF Vladimir Ivanov 6 February 1973 (aged 31) Flag of Bulgaria Lokomotiv Plovdiv
3 DF Rosen Kirilov 4 January 1973 (aged 31) Flag of Bulgaria Litex Lovech
4 DF Ivaylo Petkov 7 December 1975 (aged 28) Flag of Turkey Fenerbahçe
5 DF Zlatomir Zagorčić 15 June 1971 (aged 32) Flag of Bulgaria Litex Lovech
6 DF Kiril Kotev 8 April 1982 (aged 22) Flag of Bulgaria Lokomotiv Plovdiv
7 MF Daniel Borimirov 15 January 1970 (aged 34) Flag of Bulgaria Levski Sofia
8 MF Milen Petkov 12 January 1974 (aged 30) Flag of Greece.svg AEK Athens
9 FW Dimitar Berbatov 30 January 1981 (aged 23) Germany Bayer Leverkusen
10 MF Velizar Dimitrov 13 April 1979 (aged 25) Flag of Bulgaria CSKA Sofia
11 FW Zdravko Lazarov 20 February 1976 (aged 28) Flag of Turkey Gaziantepspor
12 GK Stoyan Kolev 3 February 1976 (aged 28) Flag of Bulgaria CSKA Sofia
13 DF Georgi Peev 11 March 1979 (aged 25) Flag of Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv
14 FW Georgi Chilikov 23 August 1978 (aged 25) Flag of Bulgaria Levski Sofia
15 MF Marian Hristov 29 July 1973 (aged 30) Germany 1. FC Kaiserslautern
16 FW Vladimir Manchev 6 October 1977 (aged 26) Flag of France Lille
17 MF Martin Petrov 15 January 1979 (aged 25) Germany VfL Wolfsburg
18 DF Predrag Pažin 14 March 1973 (aged 31) Flag of Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk
19 MF Stiliyan Petrov (c) 5 July 1979 (aged 24) Scotland Celtic
20 FW Valeri Bojinov 15 February 1986 (aged 18) Flag of Italy Lecce
21 FW Zoran Janković 8 February 1974 (aged 30) Flag of the People's Republic of China Dalian Shide
22 DF Ilian Stoyanov 20 January 1977 (aged 27) Flag of Bulgaria Levski Sofia
23 GK Dimitar Ivankov 30 October 1975 (aged 28) Flag of Bulgaria Levski Sofia

Denmark

Denmark named their squad on 1 June 2004.

Head coach: Morten Olsen

No. Pos. Player DoB (Age) Caps Club
1 GK Thomas Sørensen 12 June 1976 (aged 28) England Aston Villa
2 DF Kasper Bøgelund 8 October 1980 (aged 23) Netherlands PSV
3 DF René Henriksen (c) 27 August 1969 (aged 34) Flag of Greece.svg Panathinaikos
4 DF Martin Laursen 26 July 1977 (aged 26) Flag of Italy Milan
5 DF Niclas Jensen 17 August 1974 (aged 29) Germany Borussia Dortmund
6 DF Thomas Helveg 24 June 1971 (aged 32) Flag of Italy Inter Milan
7 MF Thomas Gravesen 11 March 1976 (aged 28) England Everton
8 FW Jesper Grønkjær 12 August 1977 (aged 26) England Chelsea
9 MF Jon Dahl Tomasson 29 August 1976 (aged 27) Flag of Italy Milan
10 MF Martin Jørgensen 6 October 1975 (aged 28) Flag of Italy Udinese
11 FW Ebbe Sand 19 July 1972 (aged 31) Germany Schalke 04
12 MF Thomas Kahlenberg 20 March 1983 (aged 21) Flag of Denmark Brøndby
13 DF Per Krøldrup 31 July 1979 (aged 24) Flag of Italy Udinese
14 MF Claus Jensen 29 April 1977 (aged 27) England Charlton Athletic
15 MF Daniel Jensen 25 June 1979 (aged 24) Flag of Spain Real Murcia
16 GK Peter Skov-Jensen 9 June 1971 (aged 33) Flag of Denmark Midtjylland
17 MF Christian Poulsen 28 February 1980 (aged 24) Germany Schalke 04
18 DF Brian Priske 14 May 1977 (aged 27) Belgium Racing Genk
19 FW Dennis Rommedahl 22 July 1978 (aged 25) Netherlands PSV
20 MF Kenneth Perez 29 August 1974 (aged 29) Netherlands AZ
21 FW Peter Madsen 26 April 1978 (aged 26) Germany VfL Bochum
22 GK Stephan Andersen 26 November 1981 (aged 22) Flag of Denmark AB
23 FW Peter Løvenkrands 29 January 1980 (aged 24) Scotland Rangers

Italy

Italy named their squad on 18 May 2004.

Head coach: Giovanni Trapattoni

No. Pos. Player DoB (Age) Caps Club
1 GK Gianluigi Buffon 28 January 1978 (aged 26) Flag of Italy Juventus
2 DF Christian Panucci 12 April 1973 (aged 31) Flag of Italy Roma
3 DF Massimo Oddo 14 June 1976 (aged 27) Flag of Italy Lazio
4 MF Cristiano Zanetti 14 April 1977 (aged 27) Flag of Italy Inter Milan
5 DF Fabio Cannavaro (c) 13 September 1973 (aged 30) Flag of Italy Inter Milan
6 DF Matteo Ferrari 5 December 1979 (aged 24) Flag of Italy Parma
7 FW Alessandro Del Piero 9 November 1974 (aged 29) Flag of Italy Juventus
8 MF Gennaro Gattuso 9 January 1978 (aged 26) Flag of Italy Milan
9 FW Christian Vieri 12 July 1973 (aged 30) Flag of Italy Inter Milan
10 FW Francesco Totti 27 September 1976 (aged 27) Flag of Italy Roma
11 FW Bernardo Corradi 30 March 1976 (aged 28) Flag of Italy Lazio
12 GK Francesco Toldo 2 December 1971 (aged 32) Flag of Italy Inter Milan
13 DF Alessandro Nesta 19 March 1976 (aged 28) Flag of Italy Milan
14 MF Stefano Fiore 17 April 1975 (aged 29) Flag of Italy Lazio
15 DF Giuseppe Favalli 8 January 1972 (aged 32) Flag of Italy Lazio
16 MF Mauro Camoranesi 4 October 1976 (aged 27) Flag of Italy Juventus
17 FW Marco Di Vaio 15 July 1976 (aged 27) Flag of Italy Fiorentina
18 FW Antonio Cassano 12 July 1982 (aged 21) Flag of Italy Roma
19 DF Gianluca Zambrotta 19 February 1977 (aged 27) Flag of Italy Juventus
20 MF Simone Perrotta 17 September 1977 (aged 26) Flag of Italy Chievo
21 MF Andrea Pirlo 19 May 1979 (aged 25) Flag of Italy Milan
22 GK Angelo Peruzzi 16 February 1970 (aged 34) Flag of Italy Lazio
23 DF Marco Materazzi 19 August 1973 (aged 30) Flag of Italy Inter Milan

Sweden

Sweden named their squad on 6 May 2004. Southampton full-back Michael Svensson was ruled out of the tournament on 26 May after failing to recover from a knee injury; he was replaced by Hammarby defender Alexander Östlund.

Head coaches: Tommy Söderberg and Lars Lagerbäck

No. Pos. Player DoB (Age) Caps Club
1 GK Andreas Isaksson 3 October 1981 (aged 22) Flag of Sweden Good one Djurgården
2 DF Teddy Lučić 15 April 1973 (aged 31) Germany Bayer Leverkusen
3 DF Olof Mellberg (c) 3 September 1977 (aged 26) England Aston Villa
4 DF Johan Mjällby 9 February 1971 (aged 33) Scotland Celtic
5 DF Erik Edman 11 November 1978 (aged 25) Netherlands Heerenveen
6 MF Tobias Linderoth 21 April 1979 (aged 25) England Everton
7 MF Mikael Nilsson 24 June 1978 (aged 25) Flag of Sweden Good one Halmstad
8 MF Anders Svensson 17 July 1976 (aged 27) England Southampton
9 MF Fredrik Ljungberg 16 April 1977 (aged 27) England Arsenal
10 FW Zlatan Ibrahimović 3 October 1981 (aged 22) Netherlands Ajax
11 FW Henrik Larsson 20 September 1971 (aged 32) Scotland Celtic
12 GK Magnus Hedman 19 March 1973 (aged 31) Flag of Italy Ancona
13 DF Petter Hansson 14 December 1976 (aged 27) Netherlands Heerenveen
14 DF Alexander Östlund 11 February 1978 (aged 26) Flag of Sweden Good one Hammarby
15 DF Andreas Jakobsson 6 October 1972 (aged 31) Flag of Denmark Brøndby
16 MF Kim Källström 24 August 1982 (aged 21) Flag of France Rennes
17 MF Anders Andersson 15 March 1974 (aged 30) Flag of Portugal Belenenses
18 FW Mattias Jonson 16 January 1974 (aged 30) Flag of Denmark Brøndby
19 MF Pontus Farnerud 4 June 1980 (aged 24) Flag of France Strasbourg
20 FW Marcus Allbäck 5 July 1973 (aged 30) England Aston Villa
21 MF Christian Wilhelmsson 8 December 1979 (aged 24) Belgium Anderlecht
22 DF Erik Wahlstedt 16 April 1976 (aged 28) Flag of Sweden Good one Helsingborg
23 GK Magnus Kihlstedt 29 February 1972 (aged 32) Flag of Denmark Copenhagen

Group D

Czech Republic

The Czech Republic named an initial 24-man squad on 19 May 2004.

Head coach: Karel Brückner

No. Pos. Player DoB (Age) Caps Club
1 GK Petr Čech 20 May 1982 (aged 22) Flag of France Rennes
2 DF Zdeněk Grygera 14 May 1980 (aged 24) Netherlands Ajax
3 DF Pavel Mareš 18 January 1976 (aged 28) Flag of Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg
4 MF Tomáš Galásek 15 January 1973 (aged 31) Netherlands Ajax
5 DF René Bolf 25 February 1974 (aged 30) Flag of Czech Baník Ostrava
6 DF Marek Jankulovski 9 May 1977 (aged 27) Flag of Italy Udinese
7 FW Vladimír Šmicer 24 May 1973 (aged 31) England Liverpool
8 MF Karel Poborský 30 March 1972 (aged 32) Flag of Czech Sparta Prague
9 FW Jan Koller 30 March 1973 (aged 31) Germany Borussia Dortmund
10 MF Tomáš Rosický 4 October 1980 (aged 23) Germany Borussia Dortmund
11 MF Pavel Nedvěd (c) 30 August 1972 (aged 31) Flag of Italy Juventus
12 FW Vratislav Lokvenc 27 September 1973 (aged 30) Germany 1. FC Kaiserslautern
13 DF Martin Jiránek 25 May 1979 (aged 25) Flag of Italy Reggina
14 MF Štěpán Vachoušek 26 July 1979 (aged 24) Flag of France Marseille
15 FW Milan Baroš 28 October 1981 (aged 22) England Liverpool
16 GK Jaromír Blažek 29 December 1972 (aged 31) Flag of Czech Sparta Prague
17 DF Tomáš Hübschman 4 September 1981 (aged 22) Flag of Czech Sparta Prague
18 FW Marek Heinz 4 August 1977 (aged 26) Flag of Czech Baník Ostrava
19 MF Roman Týce 7 May 1977 (aged 27) Germany 1860 München
20 MF Jaroslav Plašil 5 January 1982 (aged 22) Flag of France Monaco
21 DF Tomáš Ujfaluši 24 March 1978 (aged 26) Germany Hamburger SV
22 DF David Rozehnal 5 July 1980 (aged 23) Belgium Club Brugge
23 GK Antonín Kinský 31 May 1975 (aged 29) Flag of Russia Saturn Ramenskoye

Germany

Germany named an initial 22-man squad on 24 May 2004, with coach Rudi Völler leaving one space open for an under-21 player. Hamburg defender Christian Rahn withdrew from the squad on 26 May and was replaced by left-back Christian Ziege, who had recently been released by Tottenham Hotspur. VfL Bochum winger Paul Freier was also ruled out on 29 May after damaging knee ligaments in a warm-up friendly against Malta on 27 May; his withdrawal allowed both early contenders for the 23rd place in the squad, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Lukas Podolski, to be selected.

Head coach: Rudi Völler

No. Pos. Player DoB (Age) Caps Club
1 GK Oliver Kahn (c) 15 June 1969 (aged 34) Germany Bayern Munich
2 DF Andreas Hinkel 26 March 1982 (aged 22) Germany VfB Stuttgart
3 DF Arne Friedrich 29 May 1979 (aged 25) Germany Hertha BSC
4 DF Christian Wörns 10 May 1972 (aged 32) Germany Borussia Dortmund
5 DF Jens Nowotny 11 January 1974 (aged 30) Germany Bayer Leverkusen
6 DF Frank Baumann 29 October 1975 (aged 28) Germany Werder Bremen
7 MF Bastian Schweinsteiger 1 August 1984 (aged 19) Germany Bayern Munich
8 MF Dietmar Hamann 27 August 1973 (aged 30) England Liverpool
9 FW Fredi Bobic 30 October 1971 (aged 32) Germany Hertha BSC
10 FW Kevin Kurányi 2 March 1982 (aged 22) Germany VfB Stuttgart
11 FW Miroslav Klose 9 June 1978 (aged 26) Germany 1. FC Kaiserslautern
12 GK Jens Lehmann 10 November 1969 (aged 34) England Arsenal
13 MF Michael Ballack 26 September 1976 (aged 27) Germany Bayern Munich
14 FW Thomas Brdarić 23 January 1975 (aged 29) Germany Hannover 96
15 MF Sebastian Kehl 13 February 1980 (aged 24) Germany Borussia Dortmund
16 MF Jens Jeremies 5 March 1974 (aged 30) Germany Bayern Munich
17 DF Christian Ziege 1 February 1972 (aged 32) Unattached
18 MF Fabian Ernst 30 May 1979 (aged 25) Germany Werder Bremen
19 MF Bernd Schneider 17 November 1973 (aged 30) Germany Bayer Leverkusen
20 FW Lukas Podolski 4 June 1985 (aged 19) Germany 1. FC Köln
21 DF Philipp Lahm 11 November 1983 (aged 20) Germany VfB Stuttgart
22 MF Torsten Frings 22 November 1976 (aged 27) Germany Borussia Dortmund
23 GK Timo Hildebrand 5 April 1979 (aged 25) Germany VfB Stuttgart

Latvia

Latvia named their squad on 29 May 2004.

Head coach: Aleksandrs Starkovs

No. Pos. Player DoB (Age) Caps Club
1 GK Aleksandrs Koļinko 18 June 1975 (aged 28) Flag of Russia Rostov
2 DF Igors Stepanovs 21 January 1976 (aged 28) Belgium Beveren
3 MF Vitālijs Astafjevs (c) 3 April 1971 (aged 33) Flag of Austria Admira Wacker Mödling
4 DF Mihails Zemļinskis 21 December 1969 (aged 34) Latvia Skonto
5 MF Juris Laizāns 6 January 1979 (aged 25) Flag of Russia CSKA Moscow
6 DF Oļegs Blagonadeždins 16 May 1973 (aged 31) Latvia Skonto
7 DF Aleksandrs Isakovs 16 September 1973 (aged 30) Latvia Skonto
8 MF Imants Bleidelis 16 August 1975 (aged 28) Flag of Denmark Viborg
9 FW Māris Verpakovskis 15 October 1979 (aged 24) Flag of Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv
10 MF Andrejs Rubins 26 November 1978 (aged 25) Flag of Russia Shinnik Yaroslavl
11 FW Andrejs Prohorenkovs 5 February 1977 (aged 27) Flag of Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
12 GK Andrejs Piedels 17 September 1970 (aged 33) Latvia Skonto
13 MF Jurģis Pučinskis 1 March 1973 (aged 31) Flag of Russia Luch-Energiya Vladivostok
14 MF Valentīns Lobaņovs 23 October 1971 (aged 32) Flag of Ukraine Metalurh Zaporizhzhya
15 DF Māris Smirnovs 2 June 1976 (aged 28) Latvia Ventspils
16 DF Dzintars Zirnis 25 April 1977 (aged 27) Latvia Liepājas Metalurgs
17 FW Marians Pahars 5 August 1976 (aged 27) England Southampton
18 DF Igors Korabļovs 23 November 1974 (aged 29) Latvia Ventspils
19 MF Andrejs Štolcers 7 August 1974 (aged 29) England Fulham
20 GK Andrejs Pavlovs 22 February 1979 (aged 25) Latvia Skonto
21 FW Mihails Miholaps 24 August 1974 (aged 29) Latvia Skonto
22 DF Artūrs Zakreševskis 7 August 1971 (aged 32) Latvia Skonto
23 FW Vīts Rimkus 21 June 1973 (aged 30) Latvia Ventspils

Netherlands

The Netherlands named their squad on 19 May 2004.

Head coach: Dick Advocaat

No. Pos. Player DoB (Age) Caps Club
1 GK Edwin van der Sar 29 October 1970 (aged 33) 82 England Fulham
2 DF Michael Reiziger 3 May 1973 (aged 31) 66 Flag of Spain Barcelona
3 DF Jaap Stam 17 July 1972 (aged 31) 60 Flag of Italy Lazio
4 DF Wilfred Bouma 15 June 1978 (aged 25) 10 Netherlands PSV
5 DF Giovanni van Bronckhorst 5 February 1975 (aged 29) 34 Flag of Spain Barcelona
6 MF Phillip Cocu 29 October 1970 (aged 33) 77 Flag of Spain Barcelona
7 MF Andy van der Meyde 30 September 1979 (aged 24) 11 Flag of Italy Inter Milan
8 MF Edgar Davids 13 March 1973 (aged 31) 61 Flag of Spain Barcelona
9 FW Patrick Kluivert 1 July 1976 (aged 27) 77 Flag of Spain Barcelona
10 FW Ruud van Nistelrooy 1 July 1976 (aged 27) 31 England Manchester United
11 MF Rafael van der Vaart 11 February 1983 (aged 21) 16 Netherlands Ajax
12 FW Roy Makaay 9 March 1975 (aged 29) 13 Germany Bayern Munich
13 GK Sander Westerveld 23 October 1974 (aged 29) 6 Flag of Spain Real Sociedad
14 MF Wesley Sneijder 9 June 1984 (aged 20) 7 Netherlands Ajax
15 DF Frank de Boer (c) 15 May 1970 (aged 34) 110 Scotland Rangers
16 MF Marc Overmars 29 March 1973 (aged 31) 82 Flag of Spain Barcelona
17 FW Pierre van Hooijdonk 29 November 1969 (aged 34) 38 Flag of Turkey Fenerbahçe
18 DF John Heitinga 15 November 1983 (aged 20) 6 Netherlands Ajax
19 MF Arjen Robben 23 January 1984 (aged 20) 4 Netherlands PSV
20 MF Clarence Seedorf 1 April 1976 (aged 28) 71 Flag of Italy Milan
21 MF Paul Bosvelt 26 March 1970 (aged 34) 21 England Manchester City
22 MF Boudewijn Zenden 15 August 1976 (aged 27) 51 England Middlesbrough
23 GK Ronald Waterreus 25 August 1970 (aged 33) 6 Netherlands PSV

Player representation

Players Clubs
9 Bayern Munich, Barcelona, Juventus
8 Benfica, Inter Milan, Milan, Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal
7 Panathinaikos, Porto, Lazio, Real Madrid, Liverpool, PSV, Skonto
6 Roma, AEK Athens, Lokomotiv Moscow, CSKA Moscow, VfB Stuttgart, Ajax, Borussia Dortmund
5 Werder Bremen, Deportivo La Coruña, Zenit Saint Petersburg, Valencia, Bayer Leverkusen

External links

UEFA Euro 2004

Group A · Group B · Group C · Group D · Knockout stage · Final

General information

Qualification · Squads · Officials · Matches · Seeding · Statistics

UEFA Euro 2004 stadiums

Estádio da Luz (Lisbon) · Estádio José Alvalade (Lisbon) · Estádio do Dragão (Porto) · Estádio do Bessa (Porto) · Estádio Municipal de Braga (Braga) · Estádio Municipal de Aveiro (Aveiro) · Estádio Cidade de Coimbra (Coimbra]) · Estádio D. Afonso Henriques ([Guimarães) · Estádio Dr. Magalhães Pessoa (Leiria) · Estádio Algarve (Faro/Loulé) ·

UEFA European Football Championship
Tournaments

France 1960 · Spain 1964 · Italy 1968 · Belgium 1972 · Yugoslavia 1976 · Italy 1980 · France 1984 · West Germany 1988 · Sweden 1992 · England 1996 · Belgium/Netherlands 2000 · Portugal 2004 · Austria/Switzerland 2008 · Poland/Ukraine 2012 · France 2016 · Pan-European 2020 · TBA 2024

Finals

1960 · 1964 · 1968 · 1972 · 1976 · 1980 · 1984 · 1988 · 1992 · 1996 · 2000 · 2004 · 2008 · 2012 · 2016 · 2020

Qualification

1960 · 1964 · 1968 · 1972 · 1976 · 1980 · 1984 · 1988 · 1992 · 1996 · 2000 · 2004 · 2008 · 2012 · 2016 · 2020 ·

Squads

1960 · 1964 · 1968 · 1972 · 1976 · 1980 · 1984 · 1988 · 1992 · 1996 · 2000 · 2004 · 2008 · 2012 · 2016 ·

Other

Video games

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.