(West) Germany - World Cup, Confederations Cup and European Championship


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1974

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The First Group Stage - The Group 1 - The First Match:

14.6.1974, Berlin (FRG) - Olympiastadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Chile (CHI)  1:0 (1:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Paul Breitner -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann -
Jürgen Grabowski, Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller,
Wolfgang Overath (76. Bernd Hölzenbein), Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goal: 1:0 Paul Breitner (16.).
Referee: BABACAN Dogan (TUR). Attendance: 83.200.

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The First Group Stage - The Group 1 - The Second Match:

18.6.1974, Hamburg (FRG) - Volksparkstadion.
Australia (AUS) - West Germany (FRG)  0:3 (0:2).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Paul Breitner -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann (68. Herbert
Wimmer) - Jürgen Grabowski, Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath,
Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes (46. Bernd Hölzenbein) - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Wolfgang Overath (12.), 0:2 Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann (34.) and
       0:3 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (53.).
Referee: Mahmoud Mostafa Kamel (EGY). Attendance: 52.000.

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The First Group Stage - The Group 1 - The Third and Last Match:

22.6.1974, Hamburg (FRG) - Volksparkstadion.
East Germany (GDR) - West Germany (FRG)  1:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Paul Breitner -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck (69. Horst-Dieter Höttges), Franz Beckenbauer,
Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann - Jürgen Grabowski, Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß,
Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath (70. Günter Netzer), Heinz Flohe -
Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goal: 1:0 Jürgen Sparwasser (77.).
Referee: Ramón Ivanoes Barreto Ruíz (URU). Attendance: 58.900.

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The Final Group Stage - The Group B - The First Match:

26.6.1974, Düsseldorf (FRG) - Rheinstadion.
Yugoslavia (YUG) - West Germany (FRG)  0:2 (0:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Paul Breitner -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Rainer Bonhof -
Bernd Hölzenbein (79. Heinz Flohe), Herbert Wimmer (70. Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß),
Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath, Dieter Herzog - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Paul Breitner (38.) and 0:2 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (80.).
Referee: Armando Marquès (BRA). Attendance: 67.400.

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The Final Group Stage - The Group B - The Second Match:

30.6.1974, Düsseldorf (FRG) - Rheinstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Sweden (SWE)  4:2 (0:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Paul Breitner -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Rainer Bonhof -
Bernd Hölzenbein (83. Heinz Flohe), Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller,
Wolfgang Overath, Dieter Herzog (65. Jürgen Grabowski) - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Ralf Edström (26.), 1:1 Wolfgang Overath (51.), 2:1 Rainer Bonhof (52.),
       2:2 Roland Sandberg (53.), 3:2 Jürgen Grabowski (78.) and
       4:2 Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß (89., Penalty).
Referee: Pavel Kazakov (URS). Attendance: 67.900.

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The Final Group Stage - The Group B - The Third and Last Match:

3.7.1974, Frankfurt am Main (FRG) - Waldstadion.
Poland (POL) - West Germany (FRG)  0:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Paul Breitner -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Rainer Bonhof - Jürgen Grabowski,
Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath, Bernd Hölzenbein -
Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goal: 0:1 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (75.).
Referee: Erich Linemayr (AUT). Attendance: 61.200.

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The Final:

7.7.1974, München (FRG) - Olympiastadion.
Netherlands (HOL) - West Germany (FRG)  1:2 (1:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Paul Breitner -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Rainer Bonhof - Jürgen Grabowski,
Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath, Bernd Hölzenbein -
Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Johannes Jacobus 'Johan' Neeskens (2., Penalty),
       1:1 Paul Breitner (26., Penalty) and 1:2 Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller (44.).
Referee: John Keith 'Jack' Taylor (ENG). Attendance: 77.800.

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

7 Matches: Franz Beckenbauer, Paul Breitner, Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß,
Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier, Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller, Wolfgang Overath,
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck and Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts -
6 Matches: Jürgen Grabowski and Bernd Hölzenbein - 4 Matches: Rainer Bonhof -
3 Matches: Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann and Heinz Flohe - 2 Matches: Dieter Herzog,
Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes and Herbert Wimmer - 1 Match: Horst-Dieter Höttges and
Günter Netzer.

The X. FIFA World Cup 1974 in West Germany (FRG) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

4 Goals: Gerhard 'Gerd' Müller - 3 Goals: Paul Breitner - 2 Goals: Wolfgang Overath -
1 Goal: Rainer Bonhof, Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann, Jürgen Grabowski and
Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß. 

1976

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) -
The Match Details:

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 8 - The First Match:

20.11.1974, Piraeus (GRE) - Stadio Karaiskaki.
Greece (GRE) - West Germany (FRG)  2:2 (1:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans Hubert 'Berti' Vogts,
Helmut Kremers - Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer,
Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann (78. Hans-Josef 'Jupp' Kapellmann) - Reiner Geye,
Herbert Wimmer, Bernd Hölzenbein, Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß,
Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes (81. Josef Pirrung) - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Georgios Delikaris (13.), 1:1 Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann (51.),
       2:1 Kostas Eleftherakis (70.) and 2:2 Herbert Wimmer (83.).
Referee: Nicolae Rainea (ROM). Attendance: 22.000.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 8 - The Second Match:

22.12.1974, La Valletta (MLT) - Gzirah Stadium.
Malta (MLT) - West Germany (FRG)  0:1 (0:1).
West Germany: Norbert Nigbur - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Bernard Dietz -
Karl-Heinz Körbel, Franz Beckenbauer, Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann (74. Rudolf Seliger) -
Josef Pirrung (46. Bernd Nickel), Rainer Bonhof, Erwin Kostedde, Heinz Flohe,
Bernd Hölzenbein - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 0:1 Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann (44.).
Referee: Gyula Emsberger (HUN). Attendance: 22.000.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 8 - The Third Match:

27.4.1975, Sofia (BUL) - Vasil Levski Stadium.
Bulgaria (BUL) - West Germany (FRG)  1:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Paul Breitner -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Rainer Bonhof - Manfred Ritschel,
Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß (74. Karl-Heinz Körbel), Wolfgang Seel, Günter Netzer,
Josef 'Jupp' Henyckes (34. Bernd Hölzenbein) - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Bojil Todor Petkov Kolev (71., Penalty) and 1:1 Manfred Ritschel (75., Penalty).
Referee: Jean Dubach (SUI). Attendance: 60.000.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 8 - The Fourth Match:

11.10.1975, Düsseldorf (FRG) - Rheinstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Greece (GRE)  1:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Manfred Kaltz, Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts -
Karl-Heinz Körbel, Franz Beckenbauer, Paul Breitner - Bernd Hölzenbein,
Erich Beer, Erwin Kostedde, Günter Netzer, Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes (68.) and 1:1 Georgios Delikaris (78.).
Referee: Clive Thomas (WAL). Attendance: 71.000.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 8 - The Fifth Match:

19.11.1975, Stuttgart (FRG) - Neckarstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Bulgaria (BUL)  1:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert Vogts, Bernard Dietz -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Dietmar Danner - Bernd Hölzenbein,
Herbert Wimmer, Erich Beer, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike, Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes -
Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goal: 1:0 Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes (64.).
Referee: Alistair McKenzie (SCO). Attendance: 71.000.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 8 - The Sixth and Last Match:

28.2.1976, Dortmund (FRG) - Westfalenstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Malta (MLT)  8:0 (4:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Bernard Dietz -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Erich Beer - Bernd Hölzenbein,
Herbert Wimmer (56. Hans 'Hannes' Bongartz), Ronald Worm,
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (46. Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann), Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes -
Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Ronald Worm (5.), 2:0 Ronald Worm (27.), 3:0 Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes (34.),
       4:0 Erich Beer (41., Penalty), 5:0 Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes (58.),
       6:0 Erich Beer (77.), 7:0 Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts (82.) and
       8:0 Bernd Hölzenbein (87.).
Referee: Marian Kuston (POL). Attendance: 54.000.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Quarter-Final - The First Leg:

24.4.1976, Madrid (ESP) - Estadio Vicente Calderón.
Spain (ESP) - West Germany (FRG)  1:1 (1:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts,
Bernard Dietz (83. Peter Reichel) - Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck (46. Bernhard 'Bernd'
Cullmann), Franz Beckenbauer, Rainer Bonhof - Bernd Hölzenbein, Herbert Wimmer,
Erich Beer, Dietmar Danner, Ronald Worm - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 SANTILLANA Carlos Alonso González (21.) and 1:1 Erich Beer (60).
Referee: John Keith 'Jack' Taylor (ENG). Attendance: 45.000.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Quarter-Final - The Second Leg:

22.5.1976, München (FRG) - Olympiastadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Spain (ESP)  2:0 (2:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Bernard Dietz -
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Franz Beckenbauer, Rainer Bonhof - Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß,
Herbert Wimmer, Klaus Toppmöller, Erich Beer, Bernd Hölzenbein - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß (17.) and 2:0 Klaus Toppmöller (43.).
Referee: Robert Wurtz (FRA). Attendance: 75.000.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

8 Matches: Franz Beckenbauer (4 - 4), Bernd Hölzenbein (4 - 4) and
Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts (4 - 3) - 7 Matches: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier (4 - 3) -
6 Matches: Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck (3 - 3) - 5 Matches: Erich Beer (4 - 1),
Bernard Dietz (3 - 2), Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes (3 - 2) and Herbert Wimmer (3 - 2) -
4 Matches: Rainer Bonhof (1 - 3) and Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann (1 - 3) -
3 Matches: Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß (1 - 2) and Karl-Heinz Körbel (1 - 2) -
2 Matches: Paul Breitner (1 - 1), Dietmar Danner (1 - 1), Erwin Kostedde (1 - 1),
Günter Netzer (1 - 1), Josef Pirrung (0 - 2), Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (2 - 0) and
Ronald Worm (1 - 1) - 1 Match: Hans 'Hannes' Bongartz (1 - 0), Heinz Flohe (0 - 1),
Reiner Geye (0 - 1), Manfred Kaltz (1 - 0), Hans-Josef 'Jupp' Kapellmann (0 - 1),
Helmut Kremers (0 - 1), Bernd Nickel (0 - 1), Norbert Nigbur (0 - 1),
Peter Reichel (0 - 1), Manfred Ritschel (0 - 1), Wolfgang Seel (0 - 1),
Rudolf Seliger (0 - 1) and Klaus Toppmöller (1 - 0).

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

4 Goals: Josef 'Jupp' Heynckes (4 - 0) - 3 Goals: Erich Beer (2 - 1) -
2 Goals: Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann (0 - 2) and Ronald Worm (2 - 0) -
1 Goal: Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß (1 - 0), Bernd Hölzenbein (1 - 0), Manfred Ritschel (0 - 1),
Klaus Toppmöller (1 - 0), Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts (1 - 0) and Herbert Wimmer (0 - 1). 

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:

17.6.1976, Beograd (YUG) - Crvena Zvezda Stadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Yugoslavia (YUG)  4:2 (2:2, 0:2) after extra-time.
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts,
Franz Beckenbauer, Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Bernard Dietz -
Herbert Wimmer (80. Dieter Müller), Erich Beer, Rainer Bonhof,
Dietmar Danner (46. Heinz Flohe) - Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß, Bernd Hölzenbein -
Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Danilo Popivoda (19.), 0:2 Dragan Dzajic (30.), 1:2 Heinz Flohe (64.),
       2:2 Dieter Müller (82.), 3:2 Dieter Müller (115.) and 4:2 Dieter Müller (119.).
Referee: Alfred Delcourt (BEL). Attendance: 50.700.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Final Tournament - The Final:

20.6.1976, Beograd (YUG) - Crvena Zvezda Stadion.
Czechoslovakia (TCH) - West Germany (FRG)  2:2 (2:2, 2:1) after extra-time.
Penalty shoot-out: 5:3.
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Franz Beckenbauer,
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Bernard Dietz - Herbert Wimmer (46. Heinz Flohe),
Rainer Bonhof, Erich Beer (79. Hans 'Hannes' Bongartz) - Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß,
Dieter Müller, Bernd Hölzenbein - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Ján Svehlík (8.), 2:0 Karol Dobias (25.), 2:1 Dieter Müller (28.) and
       2:2 Dieter Hölzenbein (90.).
Penalty shoot-out: 1:0 Marián Masny, 1:1 Rainer Bonhof, 2:1 Zdenek Nehoda,
                   2:2 Heinz Flohe, 3:2 Anton Ondrus, 3:3 Hans 'Hannes' Bongartz,
                   4:3 Ladislav Jurkemik, 4:3 Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß (missed) and
                   5:3 Antonín Panenka.
Referee: Sergio Gonella (ITA). Attendance: 30.800.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

2 Matches: Franz Beckenbauer, Erich Beer, Rainer Bonhof, Bernard Dietz, Heinz Flohe,
Ulrich 'Uli' Hoeneß, Bernd Hölzenbein, Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier, Dieter Müller,
Hans Georg Schwarzenbeck, Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts and Herbert Wimmer -
1 Match: Hans 'Hannes' Bongartz and Dietmar Danner.

The III. UEFA European Football Championships 1976 in Yugoslavia (YUG) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

4 Goals: Dieter Müller - 1 Goal: Heinz Flohe and Dieter Hölzenbein. 

1978

The XI. FIFA World Cup 1978 in Argentina (ARG) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:

The XI. FIFA World Cup 1978 in Argentina (ARG) - The Final Tournament -
The First Group Stage - The Group 2 - The First Match:

1.6.1978, Buenos Aires (ARG) - Estadio Monumental.
Poland (POL) - West Germany (FRG)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts,
Herbert Zimmermann - Rainer Bonhof, Manfred Kaltz, Rolf Rüßmann - Rüdiger Abramczik,
Erich Beer, Klaus Fischer, Heinz Flohe, Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: None.
Referee: Angel Norberto Coerezza (ARG). Attendance: 76.600.

The XI. FIFA World Cup 1978 in Argentina (ARG) - The Final Tournament -
The First Group Stage - The Group 2 - The Second Match:

6.6.1978, Córdoba (ARG) - Estadio Chateau Carreras.
West Germany (FRG) - Mexico (MEX)  6:0 (4:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Bernard Dietz -
Rainer Bonhof, Manfred Kaltz, Rolf Rüßmann - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Heinz Flohe,
Klaus Fischer, Dieter Müller, Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 1:0 Dieter Müller (14.), 2:0 Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller (30.),
       3:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (38.), 4:0 Heinz Flohe (43.),
       5:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (72.) and 6:0 Heinz Flohe (89.).
Referee: Farouk Bouzo (SYR). Attendance: 35.300.

The XI. FIFA World Cup 1978 in Argentina (ARG) - The Final Tournament -
The First Group Stage - The Group 2 - The Third and Last Match:

10.6.1978, Córdoba (ARG) - Estadio Chateau Carreras.
Tunisia (TUN) - West Germany (FRG)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Bernard Dietz -
Rainer Bonhof, Manfred Kaltz, Rolf Rüßmann - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Heinz Flohe,
Klaus Fischer, Dieter Müller, Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: None.
Referee: César Augusto OROSCO Guerrerom (PER). Attendance: 30.700.

The XI. FIFA World Cup 1978 in Argentina (ARG) - The Final Tournament -
The Final Group Stage - The Group A - The First Match:

14.6.1978, Buenos Aires (ARG) - Estadio Monumental.
West Germany (FRG) - Italy (ITA)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Bernard Dietz -
Rainer Bonhof, Manfred Kaltz, Rolf Rüßmann - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
Heinz Flohe (69. Erich Beer), Klaus Fischer, Herbert Zimmermann (54. Harald Konopka),
Bernd Hölzenbein - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: None.
Referee: Dusan Aron Maksimovic (YUG). Attendance: 67.500.

The XI. FIFA World Cup 1978 in Argentina (ARG) - The Final Tournament -
The Final Group Stage - The Group A - The Second Match:

18.6.1978, Córdoba (ARG) - Estadio Chateau Carreras.
Netherlands (HOL) - West Germany (FRG)  2:2 (1:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Bernard Dietz -
Rainer Bonhof, Manfred Kaltz, Rolf Rüßmann - Rüdiger Abramczik, Erich Beer,
Dieter Müller, Bernd Hölzenbein, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Rüdiger Abramczik (3.), 1:1 Arend 'Arie' Haan (27.), 1:2 Dieter Müller (70.) and
       2:2 Reinier Lambertus 'René' Van De Kerkhof (84.).
Referee: Ramón Ivanoes Barreto Ruíz (URU). Attendance: 40.800.

The XI. FIFA World Cup 1978 in Argentina (ARG) - The Final Tournament -
The Final Group Stage - The Group A - The Third and last Match:

21.6.1978, Córdoba (ARG) - Estadio Chateau Carreras.
Austria (AUT) - West Germany (FRG)  3:2 (0:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts, Bernard Dietz -
Rainer Bonhof, Manfred Kaltz, Rolf Rüßmann - Rüdiger Abramczik,
Erich Beer (46. Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller), Dieter Müller (60. Klaus Fischer),
Bernd Hölzenbein, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - Coach: Helmut Schön.
Goals: 0:1 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (19.), 1:1 Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts (59., Own goal),
       2:1 Johann 'Hans' Krankl (66.), 2:2 Bernd Hölzenbein (68.) and
       3:2 Johann 'Hans' Krankl (87.).
Referee: Abraham Klein (ISR). Attendance: 38.300.

The XI. FIFA World Cup 1978 in Argentina (ARG) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

6 Matches: Rainer Bonhof, Manfred Kaltz, Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier, Rolf Rüßmann and
Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts - 5 Matches: Bernard Dietz, Klaus Fischer and
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - 4 Matches: Erich Beer, Heinz Flohe, Dieter Müller and
Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller - 3 Matches: Rüdiger Abramczik and Bernd Hölzenbein -
2 Matches: Herbert Zimmermann - 1 Match: Harald Konopka.

The XI. FIFA World Cup 1978 in Argentina (ARG) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

3 Goals: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - 2 Goal: Heinz Flohe and Dieter Müller -
1 Goal: Rüdiger Abramczik, Bernd Hölzenbein and Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller. 

1980

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) -
The Match Details:

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The First Match:

25.2.1979, La Valletta (MLT) - Gzirah Stadium.
Malta (MLT) - West Germany (FRG)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Manfred Kaltz, Bernard Dietz -
Rainer Bonhof, Gerd Zewe (68. Klaus Toppmöller), Karlheinz Förster - Rüdiger Abramczik,
Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann, Klaus Fischer, Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller,
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (68. Klaus Allofs) - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: None.
Referee: Vojtech Christov (TCH). Attendance: 10.000.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Second Match:

1.4.1979, Izmir (TUR).
Turkey (TUR) - West Germany (FRG)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Dieter Burdenski - Manfred Kaltz, Bernard Dietz - Rainer Bonhof,
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike, Herbert Zimmermann (73. Karlheinz Förster) -
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (69. Walter Kelsch), Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann, Klaus Toppmöller,
Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller, Ronald Borchers - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: None.
Referee: Miroslav Stupar (URS). Attendance: 80.000.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Third Match:

2.5.1979, Wrexham (WAL).
Wales (WAL) - West Germany (FRG)  0:2 (0:1).
West Germany: Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier - Manfred Kaltz, Bernard Dietz - Rainer Bohnhof,
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (88. Bernd Martin), Karlheinz Förster - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann, Klaus Fischer, Herbert Zimmermann, Klaus Allofs -
Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 0:1 Herbert Zimmermann (29.) and 0:2 Klaus Fischer (52.).
Referee: Alberto Michelotti (ITA). Attendance: 30.000.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Fourth Match:

17.10.1979, Köln (FRG) - Müngersdorfer Stadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Wales (WAL)  5:1 (4:0).
West Germany: Dieter Burdenski - Manfred Kaltz, Bernard Dietz - Karlheinz Förster,
Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann, Bernd Schuster (64. Herbert Zimmermann) -
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (75. Hans-Peter Briegel), Rainer Bonhof, Klaus Fischer,
Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Klaus Fischer (22.), 2:0 Manfred Kaltz (33.), 3:0 Klaus Fischer (39.),
       4:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (42.), 5:0 Karlheinz Förster (83.) and 5:1 Alan Curtis (84.).
Referee: Jan N I Keizer (HOL). Attendance: 61.000.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Fifth Match:

22.12.1979, Gelsenkirchen (FRG) - Parkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Turkey (TUR)  2:0 (1:0).
West Germany: Norbert Nigbur - Manfred Kaltz, Bernard Dietz - Rainer Bonhof,
Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann, Bernd Förster - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (84. Herbert Zimmermann), Klaus Fischer,
Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller, Harald Nickel - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Klaus Fischer (15.) and 2:0 Herbert Zimmermann (89.).
Referee: Renggli (SUI). Attendance: 70.000.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Sixth and last Match:

27.2.1980, Bremen (FRG) - Weserstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Malta (MLT)  8:0 (3:0).
West Germany: Dieter Burdenski - Manfred Kaltz, Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann,
Karlheinz Förster, Bernard Dietz - Rainer Bonhof, Bernd Förster (60. Walter Kelsch),
Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Klaus Fischer,
Klaus Allofs (60. Harald Nickel) - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Klaus Allofs (14.), 2:0 Rainer Bonhof (19., Penalty), 3:0 Klaus Fischer (40.),
       4:0 Klaus Allofs (55.), 5:0 John Holland (61., Own goal), 6:0 Walter Kelsch (70.),
       7:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (74.) and 8:0 Klaus Fischer (90.).
Referee: Rolles (LUX). Attendance: 38.000.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

6 Matches: Rainer Bonhof (3 - 3), Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann (3 - 3),
Bernard Dietz (3 - 3), Manfred Kaltz (3 - 3) and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (3 - 3) -
5 Matches: Klaus Fischer (3 - 2), Karlheinz Förster (2 - 3) and
Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller (3 - 2) - 4 Matches: Klaus Allofs (2 - 2) and
Herbert Zimmermann (2 - 2) - 3 Matches: Dieter Burdenski (2 - 1) and
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (1 - 2) - 2 Matches: Bernd Förster (2 - 0),
Walter Kelsch (1 - 1), Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier (0 - 2), Harald Nickel (2 - 0) and
Klaus Toppmöller (0 - 2) - 1 Match: Rüdiger Abramczik (0 - 1), Ronald Borchers (0 - 1),
Hans-Peter Briegel (1 - 0), Bernd Martin (0 - 1), Norbert Nigbur (1 - 0),
Bernd Schuster (1 - 0) and Gerd Zewe (0 - 1).

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

6 Goals: Klaus Fischer (5 - 1) - 2 Goals: Klaus Allofs (2 - 0),
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (2 - 0) and Herbert Zimmermann (1 - 1) -
1 Goal: Rainer Bonhof (1 - 0), Karlheinz Förster (1 - 0), Manfred Kaltz (1 - 0) and
Walter Kelsch (1 - 0).

Plus the Own goal from John Holland (MLT - 1 - 0). 


The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) -
The Match Details:

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Final Tournament - The Group 1 - The First Match:

11.6.1980, Roma (ITA) - Stadio Olimpico
Czechoslovakia (TCH) - West Germany (FRG)  0:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann,
Karlheinz Förster, Bernard Dietz - Bernd Förster (60. Felix Wolfgang Magath),
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike, Hans-Peter Briegel, Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller -
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goal: 0:1 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (55.).
Referee: Alberto Michelotti (ITA). Attendance: 10.500.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Final Tournament - The Group 1 - The Second Match:

14.6.1980, Napoli (ITA) - Stadio San Paolo.
West Germany (FRG) - Netherlands (HOL)  3:2 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike,
Karlheinz Förster, Bernard Dietz (73. Lothar Herbert Matthäus) - Bernd Schuster,
Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller (65. Felix Wolfgang Magath), Hans-Peter Briegel -
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Horst Hrubesch, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Klaus Allofs (19.), 2:0 Klaus Allofs (59.), 3:0 Klaus Allofs (66.),
       3:1 Nicolaas Johannes 'Jonny' Rep (79., Penalty) and
       3:2 Wilhelmus Antonius 'Willy' Van De Kerkhof (85.).
Referee: Robert Wurtz (FRA). Attendance: 29.900.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Final Tournament - The Group 1 - The Third and Last Match:

17.6.1980, Torino (ITA) - Stadio Comunale.
West Germany (FRG) - Greece (GRE)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike,
Karlheinz Förster, Bernd Förster (46. Miroslav 'Mirko' Votava) - Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann,
Hans-Peter Briegel, Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (66. Karl Del'Haye),
Horst Hrubesch, Caspar Memering - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: None.
Referee: Brian McGinley (SCO). Attendance: 13.900.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Final Tournament - The Final:

22.6.1980, Roma (ITA) - Stadio Olimpico.
West Germany (FRG) - Belgium (BEL)  2:1 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike,
Karlheinz Förster, Bernard Dietz - Bernd Schuster, Hans-Peter
Briegel (55. Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann), Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller -
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Horst Hrubesch, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Horst Hrubesch (10.), 1:1 René Vandereycken (72., Penalty) and
       2:1 Horst Hrubesch (88.).
Referee: Nicolae Rainea (ROM). Attendance: 47.900.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

4 Matches: Hans-Peter Briegel, Karlheinz Förster, Manfred Kaltz,
Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher and
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - 3 Matches: Klaus Allofs, Bernhard 'Bernd' Cullmann,
Bernard Dietz and Horst Hrubesch - 2 Matches: Bernd Förster, Felix Wolfgang Magath and
Bernd Schuster - 1 Match: Karl Del'Haye, Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Caspar Memering and
Miroslav 'Mirko' Votava.

The IV. UEFA European Football Championships 1980 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

3 Goals: Klaus Allofs - 2 Goals: Horst Hrubesch - 1 Goal: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. 

1982

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 1 - The First Match:

3.12.1980, Sofia (BUL) - Vasil Levski Stadium.
Bulgaria (BUL) - West Germany (FRG)  1:3 (0:2).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike,
Karlheinz Förster, Bernard Dietz - Hans-Peter Briegel,
Felix Wolfgang Magath (72. Miroslav 'Mirko' Votava), Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller -
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Horst Hrubesch, Klaus Allofs (72. Ronald Borchers) -
Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 0:1 Manfred Kaltz (14.), 0:2 Manfred Kaltz (36., Penalty),
       0:3 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (53.) and 1:3 Tsvetan Yonchev (64.).
Referee: Riccardo Lattanzi (ITA). Attendance: 60.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 1 - The Second Match:

1.4.1981, Tiranë (ALB) - Qemal Stafa.
Albania (ALB) - West Germany (FRG)  0:2 (0:1).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike,
Karlheinz Förster (74. Wilfried Hannes), Bernard Dietz - Bernd Schuster,
Felix Wolfgang Magath, Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
Horst Hrubesch, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 0:1 Bernd Schuster (9.) and 0:2 Bernd Schuster (70.).
Referee: Vencl (TCH). Attendance: 30.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 1 - The Third Match:

29.4.1981, Hamburg (FRG) - Volksparkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Austria (AUT)  2:0 (2:0).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Bernd Schuster, Paul Breitner,
Felix Wolfgang Magath, Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
Klaus Fischer (78. Karl Allgöwer) - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Bernd Krauss (30., Own goal) and 2:0 Klaus Fischer (36.).
Referee: Charles George Rainier Corver (HOL). Attendance: 61.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 1 - The Fourth Match:

24.5.1981, Lahti (FIN) - Keskusurheilukenttä.
Finland (FIN) - West Germany (FRG)  0:4 (0:3).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Wilfried Hannes,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Wolfgang Dremmler, Paul Breitner,
Felix Wolfgang Magath (76. Karl Allgöwer) - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Klaus Fischer,
Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller (76. Ronald Borchers) - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 0:1 Hans-Peter Briegel (26.), 0:2 Klaus Fischer (37.),
       0:3 Manfred Kaltz (40.) and 0:4 Klaus Fischer (80.).
Referee: John Carpenter (IRL). Attendance: 10.300.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 1 - The Fifth Match:

23.9.1981, Bochum (FRG) - Ruhrstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Finland (FIN)  7:1 (2:1).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike,
Bernd Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Wolfgang Dremmler, Paul Breitner,
Felix Wolfgang Magath - Ronald Borchers, Klaus Fischer, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge -
Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Klaus Fischer (11.), 1:1 Turunen (41.), 2:1 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (42.),
       3:1 Paul Breitner (54.), 4:1 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (60.), 5:1 Paul Breitner (67.),
       6:1 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (72.) and 7:1 Wolfgang Dremmler (83.).
Referee: Rolles (LUX). Attendance: 46.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament - The Group 1 -
The Sixth Match:

14.10.1981, Wien (AUT) - Praterstadion.
Austria (AUT) - West Germany (FRG)  1:3 (1:2).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Wolfgang Dremmler, Paul Breitner,
Felix Wolfgang Magath - Pierre Littbarski, Klaus Fischer, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge -
Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Walter Schachner (16.), 1:1 Pierre Littbarski (17.),
       1:2 Felix Wolfgang Magath (20.) and 1:3 Pierre Littbarski (77.).
Referee: Alexis Ponnet (BEL). Attendance: 72.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 1 - The Seventh Match:

18.11.1981, Dortmund (FRG) - Westfalenstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Albania (ALB)  8:0 (5:0).
West Germany: Eike Immel - Manfred Kaltz (60. Lothar Herbert Matthäus),
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike, Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Wolfgang Dremmler,
Paul Breitner, Felix Wolfgang Magath - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (51. Jürgen Milewski),
Klaus Fischer, Pierre Littbarski - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (5.), 2:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (19.),
       3:0 Klaus Fischer (32.), 4:0 Manfred Kaltz (36.), 5:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (43.),
       6:0 Pierre Littbarski (52.), 7:0 Paul Breitner (68., Penalty) and
       8:0 Klaus Fischer (72.).
Referee: Reinar Bjørnestad (NOR). Attendance: 40.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 1 - The Eighth and Last Match:

22.11.1981, Düsseldorf (FRG) - Rheinstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Bulgaria (BUL)  4:0 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Wilfried Hannes,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Wolfgang Dremmler, Paul Breitner,
Felix Wolfgang Magath (56. Klaus Allofs) - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Horst Hrubesch,
Klaus Fischer - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Klaus Fischer (4.), 2:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (49.),
       3:0 Manfred Kaltz (62., Penalty) and 4:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (83.).
Referee: Erik Fredriksson (SWE). Attendance: 55.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

8 Matches: Manfred Kaltz (4 - 4), Felix Wolfgang Magath (4 - 4) and
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (4 - 4) - 7 Matches: Hans-Peter Briegel (4 - 3),
Karlheinz Förster (3 - 4) and Harald Anton 'Toni' Schumacher (3 - 4) -
6 Matches: Paul Breitner (4 - 2), Klaus Fischer (4 - 2) and
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (3 - 3) - 5 Matches: Wolfgang Dremmler (3 - 2) -
4 Matches: Hans Peter 'Hansi' Müller (1 - 3) - 3 Matches: Klaus Allofs (1 - 2),
Ronald Borchers (1 - 2), Wilfried Hannes (1 - 2) and Horst Hrubesch (1 - 2) -
2 Matches: Karl Allgöwer (1 - 1), Bernard Dietz (0 - 2), Pierre Littbarski (1 - 1) and
Bernd Schuster (1 - 1) - 1 Match: Bernd Förster (1 - 0), Eike Immel (1 - 0),
Lothar Herbert Matthäus (1 - 0), Jürgen Milewski (1 - 0) and
Miroslav 'Mirko' Votava (0 - 1).

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

9 Goals: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (8 - 1) - 7 Goals: Klaus Fischer (5 - 2) -
5 Goals: Manfred Kaltz (2 - 3) - 3 Goals: Paul Breitner (3 - 0) and
Pierre Littbarski (1 - 2) - 2 Goals: Bernd Schuster (0 - 2) -
1 Goal: Hans-Peter Briegel (0 - 1), Wolfgang Dremmler (1 - 0) and
Felix Wolfgang Magath (0 - 1).

Plus the Own goal from Bernd Krauss (AUT - 1 - 0). 


The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The
West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The First
Group Stage - The Group 2 - The First Match:

16.6.1982 Gijón (ESP) - Estadio El Molinón.
Algeria (ALG) - West Germany (FRG)  2:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Manfred Kaltz,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Wolfgang Dremmler, Paul Breitner,
Felix Wolfgang Magath (83. Klaus Fischer) - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Horst Hrubesch,
Pierre Littbarski - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Rabah Madjer (52.), 1:1 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (67.) and 2:1 Lakhdar
       Belloumi (68.).
Referee: Enrique Labó Revoredo (PER). Attendance: 25.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The First
Group Stage - The Group 2 - The Second Match:

20.6.1982, Gijón (ESP) - Estadio El Molinón.
West Germany (FRG) - Chile (CHI)  4:1 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Manfred Kaltz,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Wolfgang Dremmler, Paul Breitner (62. Lothar
Herbert Matthäus), Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Felix  Wolfgang Magath - Pierre Littbarski
(80. Uwe Reinders), Horst Hrubesch - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (9.), 2:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (57.),
       3:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (67.), 4:0 Uwe Reinders (82.) and
       4:1 Gustavo Segundo Moscoso (90.).
Referee: Bruno Galler (SUI). Attendance: 40.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The First
Group Stage - The Group 2 - The Third and last Match:

25.6.1982, Gijón (ESP) - Estadio El Molinón.
West Germany (FRG) - Austria (AUT)  1:0 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Manfred Kaltz,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Wolfgang Dremmler, Paul Breitner,
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (66. Lothar Herbert Matthäus), Felix Wolfgang Magath -
Pierre Littbarski, Horst Hrubesch (68. Klaus Fischer) - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goal: 1:0 Horst Hrubesch (11.).
Referee: Robert Bonar Valentine (SCO)  Attendance: 25.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The Final
Group Stage - The Group B - The First Match:

29.6.1982, Madrid (ESP) - Estadio Santiago Bernabéu.
West Germany (FRG) - England (ENG)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Karlheinz
Förster, Bernd Förster - Manfred Kaltz, Wolfgang Dremmler, Paul Breitner,
Hans Müller (74. Klaus Fischer), Hans-Peter Briegel - Uwe Reinders (63. Pierre
Littbarski), Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: None.
Referee: Arnaldo David César Coelho (BRA). Attendance: 80.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The Final
Group Stage - The Group B - The Second and last Match:

2.7.1982, Madrid (ESP) - Estadio Santiago Bernabéu.
West Germany (FRG) - Spain (ESP)  2:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Manfred Kaltz,
Karlheinz Förster, Bernd Förster - Wolfgang Dremmler, Paul Breitner, Karl-Heinz
Rummenigge (46. Uwe Reinders), Hans-Peter Briegel - Klaus Fischer, Pierre
Littbarski - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Pierre Littbarski (50.), 2:0 Klaus Fischer (75.) and 2:1 Jesús Maria
       ZAMORA Ansorena (81.).
Referee: Paolo Casarin (ITA). Attendance: 95.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:

8.7.1982, Sevilla (ESP) - Estadio Sánchez Pizjuán.
West Germany (FRG) - France (FRA)  3:3 (1:1, 1:1) after extra-time. Penalty shoot-out: 5:4.
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Manfred Kaltz,
Karlheinz Förster, Bernd Förster - Wolfgang Dremmler, Hans-Peter Briegel
(97. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge), Paul Breitner, Felix Wolfgang Magath (70. Horst
Hrubesch) - Klaus Fischer, Pierre Littbarski - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Pierre Littbarski (17.), 1:1 Michel Platini (27., Penalty),
       1:2 Marius Tresor (93.), 1:3 Alain Giresse (98.), 2:3 Karl-Heinz
       Rummenigge (103.) and 3:3 Klaus Fischer (108.).
Penalty Shoot-out: 0:1 Alain Giresse, 1:1 Manfred Kaltz, 1:2 Manuel Amoros,
                   2:2 Paul Breitner, 2:3 Dominque Rocheteau, 2:3 Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (saved),
                   2:3 Didier Six (saved), 3:3 Pierre Littbarski, 3:4 Michel Platini,
                   4:4 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, 4:4 Maxime Bossis (saved) and 5:4 Horst Hrubesch.
Referee: Charles Corver (HOL). Attendance: 70.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The Final:

11.7.1982, Madrid (ESP) - Estadio Santiago Bernabéu.
Italy (ITA) - West Germany (FRG)  3:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Bernd Förster,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Manfred Kaltz, Paul Breitner, Wolfgang
Dremmler (62. Horst Hrubesch) - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (69. Hans Müller),
Klaus Fischer, Pierre Littbarski - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Paolo Rossi (57.), 2:0 Marco Tardelli (69.), 3:0 Alessandro Altobelli (81.)
       and 3:1 Paul Breitner (83.).
Referee: Arnaldo David César Coelho (BRA). Attendance: 90.000.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The West German
National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

7 Matches: Paul Breitner, Hans-Peter Briegel, Wolfgang Dremmler, Karlheinz Förster,
Manfred Kaltz, Pierre Littbarski, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Harald 'Toni' Schumacher and
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - 6 Matches: Klaus Fischer - 5 Matches: Horst Hrubesch -
4 Matches: Bernd Förster and Felix Wolfgang Magath - 3 Matches: Uwe Reinders -
2 Matches: Lothar Herbert Matthäus and Hans Müller.

The XII. FIFA World Cup 1982 in Spain (ESP) - The Final Tournament - The West German
National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

5 Goals: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - 2 Goals: Klaus Fischer and Pierre Littbarski -
1 Goal: Paul Breitner, Horst Hrubesch and Uwe Reinders.

1984

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The Group 6 - The First Match:

17.11.1982, Belfast (NIR) - Windsor Park.
Northern Ireland (NIR) - West Germany (FRG)  1:0 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Manfred Kaltz, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike, Gerhard
Strack, Bernd Förster - Lothar Herbert Matthäus (72. Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler), Bernd
Schuster (72. Stephan Engels), Hans-Peter Briegel - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Klaus Allofs,
Pierre Littbarski - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goal: 1:0 Ian Edwin Stewart (18.).
Referee: Nyhus (NOR). Attendance: 30.000.

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The Group 6 - The Second Match:

30.3.1983, Tiranë (ALB) - Qemal Stafa.
Albania (ALB) - West Germany (FRG)  1:2 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Bernd Förster, Gerhard Strack, Karlheinz
Förster, Jonny Otten - Stephan Engels, Hans Müller, Hans-Peter Briegel - Pierre
Littbarski, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (85. Norbert Meier), Karl-Heinz Rummenigge -
Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 0:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (54.), 0:2 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (66., Penalty) and
       1:2 M Targaj (80., Penalty).
Referee: Menegali (ITA). Attendance: 30.000.

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The Group 6 - The Third Match:

23.4.1983, Izmir (TUR).
Turkey (TUR) - West Germany (FRG)  0:3 (0:2).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Wolfgang Dremmler, Gerhard Strack,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Stephan Engels, Bernd Schuster, Hans Müller -
Pierre Littbarski (76. Wolfgang Rolff), Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge -
Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 0:1 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (31., Penalty), 0:2 Wolfgang Dremmler (35.) and
       0:3 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (71.).
Referee: Vojtech Christov (TCH). Attendance: 73.000.

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The Group 6 - The Fourth Match:

27.4.1983, Wien (AUT) - Praterstadion.
Austria (AUT) - West Germany (FRG)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Wolfgang Dremmler, Gerhard Strack, Karlheinz
Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel (39. Bernd Förster) - Stephan Engels, Bernd Schuster,
Hans Müller (68. Wolfgang Rolff) - Pierre Littbarski, Rudolf 'Rudi Völler,
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: None.
Referee: Brian McGinlay (SCO). Attendance: 60.000.

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The Group 6 - The Fifth Match:

5.10.1983, Gelsenkirchen (FRG) - Parkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Austria (AUT)  3:0 (3:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Wolfgang Dremmler, Gerhard Strack,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Wolfgang Rolff, Klaus Augenthaler, Bernd
Schuster, Norbert Meier (74. Lothar Herbert Matthäus) - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (74. Herbert Waas) - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (4.), 2:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (19.) and
       3:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (21.).
Referee: Luigi Agnolin (ITA). Attendance: 68.000.

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The Group 6 - The Sixth Match:

26.10.1983, Berlin (FRG) - Olympiastadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Turkey (TUR)  5:1 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Jonny Otten, Gerhard Strack, Klaus
Augenthaler, Hans-Peter Briegel (81. Matthias Herget) - Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike, Nobert Meier (81. Michael Rummenigge) - Pierre Littbarski,
Rudolf 'Rudi Völler, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (45.), 2:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (60.),
       3:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (65.), 4:0 Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (66.),
       4:1 HASAN Sengün (67.) and 5:1 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (74., Penalty).
Referee: Sostaric (YUG). Attendance: 40.000.

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The Group 6 - The Seventh Match:

16.11.1983, Hamburg (FRG) - Volksparkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Northern Ireland (NIR)  0:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Wolfgang Dremmler, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike
(83. Gerhard Strack), Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Klaus Augenthaler, Wolfgang Rolff, Norbert Meier (68. Pierre Littbarski) - Karl-Heinz
Rummenigge, Herbert Waas - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 0:1 Norman John Whiteside (50.).
Referee: Károly Palotai (HUN). Attendance: 62.000.

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The Group 6 - The Eighth and last Match:

20.11.1983, Saarbrücken (FRG) - Ludwigsparkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Albania (ALB)  2:1 (1:1).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Bernd Förster, Gerhard Strack, Karlheinz
Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel (34. Jonny Otten) - Wolfgang Dremmler, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Nobert Meier - Pierre Littbarski (68. Herbert Waas), Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Karl-Heinz
Rummenigge - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 0:1 G Tomori (23.), 1:1 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (24.) and 2:1 Gerhard Strack (80.).
Referee: Mattsson (FIN). Attendance: 41.000.

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

8 Spieler: Hans-Peter Briegel (4 - 4), Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (4 - 4),
Harald 'Toni' Schumacher (4 - 4) and Gerhard Strack (4 - 4) -
7 Matches: Pierre Littbarski (3 - 4) and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (3 - 4) -
6 Matches: Karlheinz Förster (3 - 3) - 5 Matches: Wolfgang Dremmler (3 - 2),
Lothar Herbert Matthäus (4 - 1) and Norbert Meier (4 - 1) - 4 Matches: Stephan
Engels (0 - 4), Bernd Förster (1 - 3), Wolfgang Rolff (2 - 2) and Bernd Schuster (1 - 3) -
3 Matches: Klaus Augenthaler (3 - 0), Hans Müller (0 - 3), Jonny Otten (2 - 1),
Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (2 - 1) and Herbert Waas (3 - 0) - 1 Match: Klaus Allofs (0 - 1),
Matthias Herget (1 - 0), Manfred Kaltz (0 - 1) and Michael Rummenigge (1 - 0).

The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Qualifying
Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

7 Goals: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (4 - 3) - 5 Goals: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (4 - 1) -
1 Goal: Wolfgang Dremmler (0 - 1), Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike (1 - 0) and Gerhard Strack (1 - 0). 


The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:
 
The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group 2 - The First Match:
 
14.6.1984, Strasbourg (FRA) - Stade de la Meinau.
West Germany (FRG) - Portugal (POR)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Bernd Förster,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Guido Buchwald (67. Rudolf 'Rudi' Bommer),
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Wolfgang Rolff (67. Lothar Herbert Matthäus), Andreas Brehme -
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: None.
Referee: Romualdas Yushka (URS). Attendance: 44.800.
 
The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group 2 - The Second Match:
 
17.6.1984, Lens (FRA) - Stade de Felix Bollaert.
West Germany (FRG) - Romania (ROM)  2:1 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Bernd Förster,
Karlheinz Förster (79. Guido Buchwald), Hans-Peter Briegel -
Norbert Meier (65. Pierre Littbarski), Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Andreas Brehme - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Klaus Allofs -
Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goals: 1:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (25.), 1:1 Marcel Coras (46.) and
       2:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (66.).
Referee: Johannnes Nicolaus Ignacius 'Jan' Keizer (HOL). Attendance: 31.800.
 
The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group 2 - The Third and Last Match:
 
20.6.1984, Paris (FRA) - Parc des Princes.
West Germany (FRG) - Spain (ESP)  0:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike - Bernd Förster,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Norbert Meier (60. Pierre Littbarski), Andreas Brehme (75. Wolfgang Rolff) -
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Josef 'Jupp' Derwall.
Goal: 0:1 Antonio MACEDA Francés (89.).
Referee: Vojtech Christov (TCH). Attendance: 47.700.
 
The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:
 
3 Matches: Klaus Allofs, Andreas Brehme, Hans-Peter Briegel, Bernd Förster,
Karlheinz Förster, Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
Harald 'Toni' Schumacher, Ulrich 'Uli' Stielike and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
2 Matches: Guido Buchwald, Pierre Littbarski, Norbert Meier and Wolfgang Rolff -
1 Match: Rudolf 'Rudi' Bommer.
 
The V. UEFA European Football Championships 1984 in France (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorer:
 
2 Goals: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.

1986

The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Group 2 - The First Match:
 
17.10.1984, Köln (FRG) - Müngersdorfer Stadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Sweden (SWE)  2:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ditmar Jakobs, Matthias Herget,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel - Andreas Brehme, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Ralf Falkenmayer (59. Klaus Allofs), Felix Wolfgang Magath (75. Uwe Rahn) -
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Uwe Rahn (75.) and 2:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (88.).
Referee: Robert Bonar Valentine (SCO). Attendance: 61.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 2 - The Second Match:
 
16.12.1984, La Valletta (MLT) - Ta'Qali.
Malta (MLT) - West Germany (FRG)  2:3 (1:1).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ditmar Jakobs (46. Olaf Thon),
Matthias Herget, Karlheinz Förster - Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Uwe Rahn,
Andreas Brehme, Hans-Peter Briegel - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler,
Klaus Allofs - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Carmel Busuttil (11.), 1:1 Karlheinz Förster (43.), 1:2 Klaus Allofs (69.),
       1:3 Klaus Allofs (85.) and 2:3 Raymond Xuereb (87.).
Referee: Zoran Petrovic (YUG). Attendance: 25.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 2 - The Third Match:
 
24.2.1985, Lisboa (POR) - Estadio da Luz.
Portugal (POR) - West Germany (FRG)  1:2 (0:2).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Thomas Berthold, Matthias Herget,
Ditmar Jakobs, Michael Frontzeck - Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Ralf Falkenmayer,
Felix Wolfgang Magath, Hans-Peter Briegel - Pierre Littbarski,
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 Pierre Littbarski (28.), 0:2 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (37.) and
       1:2 DIAMANTINO Manuel Fernandes Miranda (57.).
Referee: Paolo Casarin (ITA). Attendance: 60.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 2 - The Fourth Match:
 
27.3.1985, Saarbrücken (FRG) - Ludwigsparkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Malta (MLT)  6:0 (5:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Thomas Berthold, Matthias Herget,
Karlheinz Förster, Michael Frontzeck - Uwe Rahn (66. Olaf Thon),
Hans-Peter Briegel (76. Andreas Brehme), Felix Wolfgang Magath -
Pierre Littbarski, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge -
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Uwe Rahn (10.), 2:0 Felix Wolfgang Magath (13.), 3:0 Uwe Rahn (17.),
       4:0 Pierre Littbarski (18.), 5:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (44.) and
       6:0 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (66.).
Referee: TALAT Tokat (TUR). Attendance: 45.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 2 - The Fifth Match:
 
30.4.1985, Praha (TCH) - Stadion Evžena Rošického.
Czechoslovakia (TCH) - West Germany (FRG)  1:5 (0:4).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Thomas Berthold, Ditmar Jakobs,
Karlheinz Förster, Andreas Brehme - Lothar Herbert Matthäus (81. Olaf Thon),
Matthias Herget, Felix Wolfgang Magath, Uwe Rahn (70. Klaus Allofs) -
Pierre Littbarski, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 Thomas Berthold (8.), 0:2 Pierre Littbarski (22.),
       0:3 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (37.), 0:4 Matthias Herget (43.),
       0:5 Klaus Allofs (82.) and 1:5 Stanislav Griga (86.).
Referee: Joël Quiniou (FRA). Attendance: 36.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 2 - The Sixth Match:
 
25.9.1985, Stockholm (SWE) - Råsunda Stadion.
Sweden (SWE) - West Germany (FRG)  2:2 (0:2).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Klaus Augenthaler - Thomas Berthold,
Karlheinz Förster, Ditmar Jakobs - Pierre Littbarski, Matthias Herget,
Hans-Peter Briegel, Andreas Brehme - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (23.), 0:2 Matthias Herget (40.),
       1:2 Dan Corneliusson (63.) and 2:2 Mats Magnusson (90.).
Referee: Marcel Van Langenhove (BEL). Attendance: 39.200.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 2 - The Seventh Match:
 
16.10.1985, Stuttgart (FRG) - Neckarstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Portugal (POR)  0:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ditmar Jakobs (46. Heinz Gründel) -
Thomas Berthold, Karlheinz Förster, Andreas Brehme - Karl Allgöwer,
Matthias Herget, Nobert Meier, Hans-Peter Briegel - Pierre Littbarski (63. Thomas Allofs),
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goal: 0:1 CARLOS MANUEL Correia dos Santos (54.).
Referee: Keith Stuart Hackett (ENG). Attendance: 55.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 2 - The Eighth and Last Match:
 
17.11.1985, München (FRG) - Olympiastadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Czechoslovakia (TCH)  2:2 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Klaus Augenthaler - Andreas Brehme,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel (46. Michael Frontzeck) - Wolfgang Rolff,
Olaf Thon, Karl Allgöwer - Pierre Littbarski (79. Uwe Rahn), Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
Ludwig Kögl - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Andreas Brehme (1.), 1:1 Josef Novak (52.), 1:2 Vladislav Lauda (61.) and
       2:2 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (86.).
Referee: Svein Inge Thime (NOR). Attendance: 22.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:
 
8 Matches: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher (4 - 4) - 7 Matches: Andreas Brehme (4 - 3),
Hans-Peter Briegel (4 - 3), Karlheinz Förster (4 - 3) and Matthias Herget (3 - 4) -
6 Matches: Ditmar Jakobs (2 - 4), Pierre Littbarski (3 - 3),
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (4 - 2) and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (2 - 4) -
5 Matches: Thomas Berthold (2 - 3) and Uwe Rahn (3 - 2) -
4 Matches: Felix Wolfgang Magath (2 - 2), Lothar Herbert Matthäus (1 - 3) and
Olaf Thon (2 - 2) - 3 Matches: Klaus Allofs (1 - 2) and Michael Frontzeck (2 - 1) -
2 Matches: Karl Allgöwer (2 - 0), Klaus Augenthaler (1 - 1) and Ralf Falkenmayer (1 - 1) -
1 Match: Thomas Allofs (1 - 0), Heinz Gründel (1 - 0), Ludwig Kögl (1 - 0),
Nobert Meier (1 - 0) and Wolfgang Rolff (1 - 0).
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:
 
4 Goals: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (4 - 0) - 3 Goals: Klaus Allofs (0 - 3),
Pierre Littbarski (1 - 2) and Uwe Rahn (3 - 0) - 2 Goals: Matthias Herget (0 - 2) and
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (0 - 2) - 1 Goal: Thomas Berthold (0 - 1), Andreas Brehme (1 - 0),
Karlheinz Förster (0 - 1), Felix Wolfgang Magath (1 - 0) and Lothar Herbert Matthäus (0 - 1).


The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The Group E - The First Match:
 
4.6.1986, Querétaro (MEX) - Estadio La Corregidora.
Uruguay (URU) - West Germany (FRG)  1:1 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Klaus Augenthaler - Thomas Berthold,
Karlheinz Förster - Norbert Eder, Lothar Herbert Matthäus (69. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge),
Felix Wolfgang Magath, Hans-Peter Briegel, Andreas Brehme (46. Pierre Littbarski) -
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Antonio ALZAMENDI Casas (5.) and 1:1 Klaus Allofs (85.).
Referee: Vojtech Christov (TCH). Attendance: 25.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The Group E - The Second Match:
 
8.6.1986, Querétaro (MEX) - Estadio La Corregidora.
West Germany (FRG) - Scotland (SCO)  2:1 (1:1).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Klaus Augenthaler - Thomas Berthold,
Karlheinz Förster, Hans-Peter Briegel (63. Ditmar Jakobs) - Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Felix Wolfgang Magath, Norbert Eder - Pierre Littbarski (76. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge),
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 Gordon David Strachan (18.), 1:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (22.) and
       2:1 Klaus Allofs (50.).
Referee: Ioan Igna (ROM). Attendance: 28.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The Third and Last Match:
 
13.6.1986, Querétaro (MEX) - Estadio La Corregidora.
Denmark (DEN) - West Germany (FRG)  2:0 (1:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ditmar Jakobs - Thomas Berthold,
Karlheinz Förster (72. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge), Andreas Brehme - Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Matthias Herget, Norbert Eder, Wolfgang Rolff (46. Pierre Littbarski) -
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Klaus Allofs - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Jesper Olsen (44., Penalty) and 2:0 John Eriksen (63.).
Referee: Alexis Ponnet (BEL). Attendance: 25.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The Second Round:
 
17.6.1986, Monterrey (MEX) - Estadio Universitario.
Morocco (MAR) - West Germany (FRG)  0:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ditmar Jakobs - Karlheinz Förster,
Norbert Eder - Thomas Berthold, Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Felix Wolfgang Magath,
Hans-Peter Briegel, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge - Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (46. Pierre Littbarski),
Klaus Allofs - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goal: 0:1 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (88.).
Referee: Zoran Petrovic (YUG)  Attendance: 22.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The Quarter-Final:
 
21.6.1986, Monterrey (MEX) - Estadio Universitario.
West Germany (FRG) - Mexico (MEX)  0:0 (0:0, 0:0) after extra-time. Penalty shoot-out: 4:1.
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ditmar Jakobs - Karlheinz Förster,
Andreas Brehme - Thomas Berthold (Red Card - 66.), Norbert Eder (114. Pierre Littbarski),
Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Felix Wolfgang Magath, Hans-Peter Briegel -
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (58. Dieter Hoeneß), Klaus Allofs - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: None.
Penalty shoot-out: 1:0 Klaus Allofs, 1:1 Manuel NEGRETE Arias, 2:1 Andreas Brehme,
                   2:1 Fernando QUIRARTE Gutíerrez (saved), 3:1 Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
                   3:1 Raúl SERVÍN Monetti (saved) and 4:1 Pierre Littbarski.
Referee: Jesús Díaz Palacio (COL). Attendance: 46.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The Semi-Final:
 
25.6.1986, Guadalajara (MEX) - Estadio Jalisco.
France (FRA) - West Germany (FRG)  0:2 (0:1).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ditmar Jakobs - Andreas Brehme,
Karlheinz Förster, Norbert Eder - Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Wolfgang Rolff,
Felix Wolfgang Magath, Hans-Peter Briegel - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (57. Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler),
Klaus Allofs - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 Andreas Brehme (9.) and 0:2 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (90.).
Referee: Luigi Agnolin (ITA). Attendance: 40.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The Final:
 
29.6.1986, Ciudad de México (MEX) - Estadio Azteca.
West Germany (FRG) - Argentinia (ARG)  2:3 (0:1).
West Germany: Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - Ditmar Jakobs - Karlheinz Förster,
Norbert Eder - Thomas Berthold, Lothar Matthäus, Felix Wolfgang Magath (61. Dieter Hoeneß),
Hans-Peter Briegel, Andreas Brehme - Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
Klaus Allofs (46. Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler) - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 José Luis Brown (22.), 0:2 Jorge Alberto VALDANO Castellano (56.),
       1:2 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (72.), 2:2 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (84.) and
       2:3 Jorge Luis Burruchaga (85.).
Referee: Romualdo Arppi Filho (BRA). Attendance: 114.000.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:
 
7 Matches: Klaus Allofs, Norbert Eder, Karlheinz Förster, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Harald 'Toni' Schumacher - 6 Matches: Thomas Berthold,
Hans-Peter Briegel, Ditmar Jakobs, Felix Wolfgang Magath and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
5 Matches: Andreas Brehme and Pierre Littbarski - 2 Matches: Klaus Augenthaler,
Dieter Hoeneß and Wolfgang Rolff - 1 Match: Matthias Herget.
 
The XIII. FIFA World Cup 1986 in Mexico (MEX) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:
 
3 Goals: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - 2 Goals: Klaus Allofs - 1 Goal: Andreas Brehme,
Lothar Herbert Matthäus and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.

1988

The VI. UEFA European Football Championships 1988 in West Germany (FRG) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:
 
The VI. UEFA European Football Championships 1988 in West Germany (FRG) -
The Final Tournament - The Group 1 - The First Match:
 
10.6.1988, Düsseldorf (FRG) - Rheinstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Italy (ITA)  1:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Eike Immel - Matthias Herget - Guido Buchwald, Jürgen Kohler,
Thomas Berthold, Andreas Brehme (74. Ulrich 'Uli' Borowka) - Pierre Littbarski,
Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Olaf Thon - Jürgen Klinsmann,
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (82. Dieter Eckstein) - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 Roberto Mancini (52.), 1:1 Andreas Brehme (56.).
Referee: Keith Stuart Hackett (ENG). Attendance: 68.000.
 
The VI. UEFA European Football Championships 1988 in West Germany (FRG) -
The Final Tournament - The Group 1 - The Second Match:
 
14.6.1988, Gelsenkirchen (FRG) - Parkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Denmark (DEN)  2:0 (1:0).
West Germany: Eike Immel - Matthias Herget - Guido Buchwald (33. Ulrich 'Uli' Borowka),
Jürgen Kohler, Wolfgang Rolff - Pierre Littbarski, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Olaf Thon, Andreas Brehme - Jürgen Klinsmann, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (74. Frank Mill) -
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (10.) and 2:0 Olaf Thon (86.).
Referee: Robert B Valentine (SCO). Attendance: 70.800.
 
The VI. UEFA European Football Championships 1988 in West Germany (FRG) -
The Final Tournament - The Group 1 - The Third and Last Match:
 
17.6.1988, München (FRG) - Olympiastadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Spain (ESP)  2:0 (1:0).
West Germany: Eike Immel - Matthias Herget - Andreas Brehme, Ulrich 'Uli' Borowka,
Jürgen Kohler - Pierre Littbarski (63. Wolfram Wuttke), Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Wolfgang Rolff, Olaf Thon - Jürgen Klinsmann (84. Frank Mill), Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (30.) and 2:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (51.).
Referee: Michel Vautrot (FRA). Attendance: 72.300.
 
The VI. UEFA European Football Championships 1988 in West Germany (FRG) -
The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:
 
21.6.1988, Hamburg (FRG) - Volksparkstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Netherlands (HOL)  1:2 (0:0).
West Germany: Eike Immel - Matthias Herget (45. Johannes Christian 'Hansi' Pflügler) -
Jürgen Kohler, Ulrich 'Uli' Borowka - Andreas Brehme, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Wolfgang Rolff, Olaf Thon - Jürgen Klinsmann, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler,
Frank Mill (84. Pierre Littbarski) - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (55., Penalty), 1:1 Ronald Koeman (74., Penalty) and
1:2 Marcel 'Marco' Van Basten (89.).
Referee: Ioan Igna (ROM)  Attendance: 61.000.
 
The VI. UEFA European Football Championships 1988 in West Germany (FRG) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (GER) – The Appearances:
 
4 Matches: Andreas Brehme, Ulrich 'Uli' Borowka, Matthias Herget, Eike Immel,
Jürgen Klinsmann, Jürgen Kohler, Pierre Littbarski, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Olaf Thon and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - 3 Matches: Frank Mill and Wolfgang Rolff -
2 Matches: Guido Buchwald - 1 Match: Thomas Berthold, Dieter Eckstein,
Johannes Christian 'Hansi' Pflügler and Wolfram Wuttke.
 
The VI. UEFA European Football Championships 1988 in West Germany (FRG) -
The Final Tournament - The West German National Team (GER) – The Scorers:
 
2 Goals: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - 1 Goal: Andreas Brehme, Jürgen Klinsmann,
Lothar Herbert Matthäus and Olaf Thon.

1990

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:
 
The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 4 - The First Match:
 
31.8.1988, Helsinki (FIN) - Olympiastadion.
Finland (FIN) - West Germany (FRG)  0:4 (0:2).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Holger Fach - Andreas Brehme, Jürgen Kohler,
Guido Buchwald (30. Wolfgang Rolff), Armin Görtz - Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Thomas Häßler - Pierre Littbarski, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler,
Dieter Eckstein (76. Karlheinz Riedle) - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (7.), 0:2 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (15.),
       0:3 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (52.) and 0:4 Karlheinz Riedle (77.).
Referee: Vadim Zhuk (URS). Attendance: 31.700.
 
The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 4 - The Second Match:
 
19.10.1988, München (FRG) - Olympiastadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Netherlands (HOL)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Holger Fach - Thomas Berthold, Jürgen Kohler,
Guido Buchwald, Andreas Brehme - Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Olaf Thon,
Thomas Häßler - Jürgen Klinsmann (65. Frank Mill), Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: None.
Referee: Pietro D'Elia (ITA). Attendance: 73.000.
 
The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 4 - The Third Match:
 
26.4.1989, Rotterdam (HOL) - Feyenoord Stadium.
Netherlands (HOL) - West Germany (FRG)  1:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Thomas Berthold - Stefan Reuter, Guido Buchwald,
Jürgen Kohler (75. Wolfgang Rolff), Andreas Brehme - Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Andreas Möller, Thomas Häßler - Karlheinz Riedle,
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (34. Jürgen Klinsmann) - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 Karlheinz Riedle (69.) and 1:1 Marcel 'Marco' Van Basten (88.).
Referee: Erik Fredriksson (SWE). Attendance: 54.000.
 
The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 4 - The Fourth Match:
 
31.5.1989, Cardiff (WAL) - Arms Park.
Wales (WAL) - West Germany (FRG)  0:0 (0:0).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Thomas Berthold - Stefan Reuter, Alois Reinhardt,
Guido Buchwald, Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler, Holger Fach, Andreas Möller -
Karlheinz Riedle (78. Jürgen Klinsmann), Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: None.
Referee: Carlos Alberto da Silva Valente (POR). Attendance: 30.000.
 
The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 4 - The Fifth Match:
 
4.10.1989, Dortmund (FRG) - Westfalenstadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Finland (FIN)  6:1 (1:0).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Klaus Augenthaler - Stefan Reuter, Guido Buchwald,
Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler (46. Uwe Bein), Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Andreas Möller (81. Frank Mill), Pierre Littbarski - Jürgen Klinsmann,
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Andreas Möller (12.), 2:0 Pierre Littbarski (47.),
       3:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (53.), 4:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (62.),
       4:1 Mika Lipponen (76.), 5:1 Andreas Möller (81.) and
       6:1 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (84., Penalty).
Referee: Alan Snoddy (NIR). Attendance: 40.000.
 
The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 4 - The Sixth and Last Match:
 
15.11.1989, Köln (FRG) - Müngersdorfer Stadion.
West Germany (FRG) - Wales (WAL)  2:1 (1:1).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Klaus Augenthaler (46. Alois Reinhardt) - Stefan Reuter,
Guido Buchwald, Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler, Hans Dorfner,
Andreas Möller (82. Uwe Bein), Pierre Littbarski - Jürgen Klinsmann,
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 0:1 Malcolm Allen (12.), 1:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (25.) and
       2:1 Thomas Häßler (48.).
Referee: Michel Vautrot (FRA). Attendance: 60.300.
 
The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:
 
6 Matches: Andreas Brehme (3 - 3), Guido Buchwald (3 - 3), Thomas Häßler (3 - 3),
Bodo Illgner (3 - 3) and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (3 - 3) -
5 Matches: Jürgen Klinsmann (3 - 2) - 4 Matches: Lothar Herbert Matthäus (2 - 2),
Andreas Möller (2 - 2) and Stefan Reuter (2 - 2) - 3 Matches: Thomas Berthold (1 - 2),
Holger Fach (1 - 2), Jürgen Kohler (1 - 2), Pierre Littbarski (2 - 1) and
Karlheinz Riedle (0 - 3) - 2 Matches: Klaus Augenthaler (2 - 0), Uwe Bein (2 - 0),
Frank Mill (2 - 0), Alois Reinhardt (1 - 1) and Wolfgang Rolff (0 - 2) -
1 Match: Dieter Eckstein (0 - 1), Hans Dorfner (1 - 0), Armin Görtz (0 - 1) and
Olaf Thon (1 - 0).
 
The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:
 
4 Goals: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (2 - 2) - 2 Goals: Lothar Herbert Matthäus (1 - 1),
Andreas Möller (2 - 0) and Karlheinz Riedle (0 - 2) - 1 Goal: Thomas Häßler (1 - 0),
Jürgen Klinsmann (1 - 0) and Pierre Littbarski (1 - 0).


The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Match Details:

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament - The Group D -
The First Match:

10.6.1990, Milano (ITA) - Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
West Germany (FRG) - Yugoslavia (YUG)  4:1 (2:0).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Klaus Augenthaler - Stefan Reuter, Guido Buchwald,
Andreas Brehme - Thomas Berthold, Thomas Häßler (74. Andreas Möller),
Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Uwe Bein (74. Pierre Littbarski) - Jürgen Klinsmann,
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (29.), 2:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (40.),
       2:1 Davor Jozic (55.), 3:1 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (63.) and
       4:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (70.).
Referee: Peter Mikkelsen (DEN). Attendance: 74.800.

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament - The Group D -
The Second Match:

15.6.1990, Milano (ITA) - Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
West Germany (FRG) - United Arab Emirates (UAE)  5:1 (2:0).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Klaus Augenthaler - Stefan Reuter, Guido Buchwald,
Andreas Brehme - Thomas Berthold (46. Pierre Littbarski), Thomas Häßler,
Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Uwe Bein - Jürgen Klinsmann (72. Karlheinz Riedle),
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (36.), 2:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (38.),
       2:1 Khalid Ismail Mubarak (46.), 3:1 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (47.),
       4:1 Uwe Bein (59.) and 5:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (75.).
Referee: Aleksei Spirin (URS). Attendance: 71.200.

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament - The Group D -
The Third and last Match:

19.6.1990, Milano (ITA) - Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
West Germany (FRG) - Colombia (COL)  1:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Klaus Augenthaler - Stefan Reuter, Guido Buchwald,
Hans Pflügler - Thomas Berthold, Thomas Häßler (88. Olaf Thon), Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Uwe Bein (46. Pierre Littbarski) - Jürgen Klinsmann, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Pierre Littbarski (89.) and 1:1 Freddy Eusebio Rincon (90.).
Referee: Alan Snoddy (NIR). Attendance: 72.500.

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The Second Round:

24.6.1990, Milano (ITA) - Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
West Germany (FRG) - Netherlands (HOL)  2:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Klaus Augenthaler - Stefan Reuter, Jürgen Kohler,
Guido Buchwald, Andreas Brehme - Pierre Littbarski, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Thomas Berthold - Jürgen Klinsmann (79. Karlheinz Riedle),
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (Red Card - 22.) - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (51.), 2:0 Andreas Brehme (86.) and
       2:1 Ronald Koeman (89., Penalty).
Referee: Juan Carlos Loustau (ARG). Attendance: 74.600.

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The Quarter-Final:

1.7.1990, Milano (ITA) - Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
Czechoslovakia (TCH) - West Germany (FRG)  0:1 (0:1).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Klaus Augenthaler - Thomas Berthold, Jürgen Kohler,
Guido Buchwald, Andreas Brehme - Pierre Littbarski, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Uwe Bein (83. Andreas Möller) - Karlheinz Riedle, Jürgen Klinsmann -
Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goal: 0:1 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (25., Penalty).
Referee: Helmut Kohl (AUT). Attendance: 73.300.

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The Semi-Final:

4.7.1990, Torino (ITA) - Stadio delle Alpi.
West Germany (FRG) - England (ENG)  1:1 (1:1, 0:0) after extra-time.
Penalty Shoot-out: 4:3.
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Klaus Augenthaler - Thomas Berthold, Jürgen Kohler,
Guido Buchwald, Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler (67. Stefan Reuter),
Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Olaf Thon - Jürgen Klinsmann,
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (38. Karlheinz Riedle) - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goals: 1:0 Andreas Brehme (60.) and 1:1 Gary Winston Lineker (81.).
Penalty Shoot-out: 0:1 Gary Winston Lineker, 1:1 Andreas Brehme,
                   1:2 Peter Andrew Beardsley, 2:2 Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
                   2:3 David Andrew Platt, 3:3 Karlheinz Riedle,
                   3:3 Stuart Pearce (saved), 4:3 Olaf Thon and
                   4:3 Christopher Roland 'Chris' Waddle (missed).
Referee: Jose Roberto Ramiz Wright (BRA). Attendance: 62.600.

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The Final:

8.7.1990, Roma (ITA) - Stadio Olimpico.
Argentinia (ARG) - West Germany (FRG)  0:1 (0:0).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Klaus Augenthaler - Thomas Berthold (73. Stefan Reuter),
Guido Buchwald, Jürgen Kohler, Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler,
Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Pierre Littbarski - Jürgen Klinsmann,
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Franz Beckenbauer.
Goal: 0:1 Andreas Brehme (85., Penalty).
Referee: Edgardo Enrique Codesal Méndez (MEX). Attendance: 73.300.

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Appearances:

7 Matches: Klaus Augenthaler, Thomas Berthold, Guido Buchwald, Bodo Illgner,
Jürgen Klinsmann and Lothar Herbert Matthäus - 6 Matches: Andreas Brehme,
Pierre Littbarski, Stefan Reuter and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
5 Matches: Thomas Häßler - 4 Matches: Uwe Bein, Jürgen Kohler and
Karlheinz Riedle - 2 Matches: Andreas Möller and Olaf Thon -
1 Match: Hans Pflügler.

The XIV. FIFA World Cup 1990 in Italy (ITA) - The Final Tournament -
The West German National Team (FRG) - The Scorers:

4 Goals: Lothar Herbert Matthäus - 3 Goals: Andreas Brehme, Jürgen Klinsmann and
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - 1 Goal: Uwe Bein and Pierre Littbarski. 

1992

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The (West) German National Team (FRG - GER) -
The Match Details:

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 5 - The First Match:

31.10.1990, Luxembourg (LUX) - Stade Municipal.
Luxembourg (LUX) - West Germany (FRG)  2:3 (0:2).
West Germany: Bodo Illgner - Manfred Binz - Thomas Berthold, Jürgen Kohler,
Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler, Thomas Strunz, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Uwe Bein (73. Knut Reinhardt) - Jürgen Klinsmann, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (16.), 0:2 Uwe Bein (30.), 0:3 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (49.),
       1:3 Jean-Paul Girres (56.) and 2:3 Robert 'Roby' Langers (65.).
Referee: Kim Milton Nielsen (DEN). Attendance: 9.200.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 5 - The Second Match:

1.5.1991, Hannover (GER) - Niedersachsenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Belgium (BEL)  1:0 (1:0).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Thomas Berthold - Stefan Reuter, Dietmar Beiersdorfer,
Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler, Matthias Sammer, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Thomas Doll - Jürgen Klinsmann (77. Thomas Helmer),
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (88. Karlheinz Riedle) - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goal: 1:0 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (3.).
Referee: Zoran Petrovic (YUG). Attendance: 56.000.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 5 - The Third Match:

5.6.1991, Cardiff (WAL) - Arms Park.
Wales (WAL) - Germany (GER)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Thomas Berthold (Red Card - 60.) - Stefan Reuter,
Thomas Helmer, Jürgen Kohler, Andreas Brehme -
Lothar Herbert Matthäus (46. Thomas Doll), Guido Buchwald,
Matthias Sammer (74. Stefan Effenberg) - Jürgen Klinsmann, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goal: 1:0 Ian James Rush (66.).
Referee: Bo Karlsson (SWE). Attendance: 37.000.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 5 - The Fourth Match:

16.10.1991, Nürnberg (GER) - Frankenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Wales (WAL)  4:1 (3:0).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Manfred Binz - Guido Buchwald, Jürgen Kohler,
Andreas Brehme - Stefan Reuter, Thomas Doll (78. Stefan Effenberg),
Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Andreas Möller - Karlheinz Riedle (65. Thomas Häßler),
Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Andreas Möller (34.), 2:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (39.),
       3:0 Karlheinz Riedle (45.), 4:0 Thomas Doll (73.) and
       4:1 Paul Bodin (85., Penalty).
Referee: Joël Quiniou (FRA). Attendance: 46.000.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 5 - The Fifth Match:

20.11.1991, Bruxelles (BEL) - Constant Vanden Stock.
Belgien (BEL) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:1).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Manfred Binz - Guido Buchwald, Jürgen Kohler,
Andreas Brehme - Stefan Reuter, Andreas Möller (80. Stefan Effenberg),
Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Thomas Doll - Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Karlheinz Riedle -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goal: 0:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (16.).
Referee: Tullio Lanese (ITA). Attendance: 27.000.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 5 - The Sixth and Last Match:

18.12.1991, Leverkusen (GER) - Ulrich-Haberland-Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Luxembourg (LUX)  4:0 (2:0).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Manfred Binz - Stefan Reuter, Guido Buchwald, Jürgen Kohler,
Andreas Brehme - Andreas Möller (70. Uwe Bein), Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Thomas Doll (46. Thomas Häßler) - Karlheinz Riedle, Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (15., Penalty), 2:0 Guido Buchwald (44.),
       3:0 Karlheinz Riedle (50.) and 4:0 Thomas Häßler (62.).
Referee: Zbigniew Przesmycki (POL). Attendance: 26.000.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The (West) German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

6 Matches: Andreas Brehme (3 - 3) , Bodo Illgner (3 - 3),
Lothar Herbert Matthäus (3 - 3) and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (3 - 3) -
5 Matches: Thomas Doll (3 - 2), Jürgen Kohler (2 - 3) and Stefan Reuter (3 - 2) -
4 Matches: Manfred Binz (2 - 2), Guido Buchwald (2 - 2), Thomas Häßler (3 - 1) and
Karlheinz Riedle (3 - 1) - 3 Matches: Thomas Berthold (1 - 2),
Stefan Effenberg (1 - 2), Jürgen Klinsmann (1 - 2) and Andreas Möller (2 - 1) -
2 Matches: Uwe Bein (1 - 1), Thomas Helmer (1 - 1) and Matthias Sammer (1 - 1) -
1 Match: Dietmar Beiersdorfer (1 - 0), Knut Reinhardt (0 - 1) and
Thomas Strunz (0 - 1).

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The (West) German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

3 Goals: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (1 - 2) - 2 Goals: Lothar Herbert Matthäus (2 - 0) and
Karlheinz Riedle (2 - 0) - 1 Goal: Uwe Bein (0 - 1), Guido Buchwald (1 - 0),
Thomas Doll (1 - 0), Thomas Häßler (1 - 0), Jürgen Klinsmann (0 - 1) and
Andreas Möller (1 - 0). 


The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Final Tournament - The Group 2 - The First Match:

12.6.1992, Norrköping (SWE) - Idrottsparken.
Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) - Germany (GER)  1:1 (0:0).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Manfred Binz - Jürgen Kohler, Guido Buchwald -
Stefan Reuter (64. Jürgen Klinsmann), Thomas Häßler, Stefan Effenberg,
Thomas Doll, Andreas Brehme - Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (46. Andreas Möller),
Karlheinz Riedle - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Igor Ivanovich Dobrovolskiy (63., Penalty) and 1:1 Thomas Häßler (90.).
Referee: Gerard Biguet (FRA). Attendance: 17.400.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Final Tournament - The Group 2 - The Second Match:

15.6.1992, Norrköping (SWE) - Idrottsparken.
Scotland (SCO) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:1).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Manfred Binz - Jürgen Kohler, Guido Buchwald -
Thomas Häßler, Stefan Effenberg, Matthias Sammer, Andreas Möller, Andreas Brehme -
Jürgen Klinsmann, Karlheinz Riedle (68. Stefan Reuter - 75. Michael Schulz) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Karlheinz Riedle (29.) and 0:2 Stefan Effenberg (47.).
Referee: Guy Goethals (BEL). Attendance: 17.800.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Final Tournament - The Group 2 - The Third and last Match:

18.6.1992, Göteborg (SWE) - Nya Ullevi Stadion.
Netherlands (HOL) - Germany (GER)  3:1 (2:0).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Manfred Binz (46. Matthias Sammer) - Jürgen Kohler,
Thomas Helmer - Andreas Brehme, Thomas Häßler, Stefan Effenberg, Andreas Möller,
Michael Frontzeck - Jürgen Klinsmann, Karl-heinz Riedle (77. Thomas Doll) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Franklin Edmundo 'Frank' Rijkaard (4.), 2:0 Robert 'Rob' Witschge (15.),
       2:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (53.) and 3:1 Dennis Nicolaas Maria Bergkamp (72.).
Referee: Pierluigi Pairetto (ITA). Attendance: 37.700.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:

21.6.1992, Stockholm (SWE) - Råsunda Stadion.
Sweden (SWE) - Germany (GER)  2:3 (0:1).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Thomas Helmer - Guido Buchwald, Jürgen Kohler -
Stefan Reuter, Thomas Häßler, Matthias Sammer, Stefan Effenberg, Andreas Brehme -
Jürgen Klinsmann (89. Thomas Doll), Karlheinz Riedle -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Thomas Häßler (11.), 0:2 Karlheinz Riedle (59.),
       1:2 Tomas Brolin (65., Penalty), 1:3 Karlheinz Riedle (89.) and
       2:3 Kennet Andersson (90.).
Referee: Tullio Lanese (ITA). Attendance: 28.800.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Final Tournament - The Final:

26.6.1992, Göteborg (SWE) - Nya Ullevi Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Denmark (DEN)  0:2 (0:1).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Thomas Helmer - Jürgen Kohler, Guido Buchwald - Stefan Reuter,
Thomas Häßler, Stefan Effenberg (80. Andreas Thom), Matthias Sammer (46. Thomas Doll),
Andreas Brehme - Jürgen Klinsmann, Karlheinz Riedle - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 John Jensen (18.) and 0:2 Kim Vilfort (78.).
Referee: Bruno Galler (SUI). Attendance: 38.700.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

5 Matches: Andreas Brehme, Stefan Effenberg, Thomas Häßler, Bodo Illgner,
Jürgen Klinsmann, Jürgen Kohler and Karlheinz Riedle - 4 Matches: Guido Buchwald,
Thomas Doll, Stefan Reuter and Matthias Sammer - 3 Matches: Manfred Binz,
Thomas Helmer and Andreas Möller - 1 Match: Michael Frontzeck, Michael Schulz,
Andreas Thom and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.

The VII. UEFA European Football Championships 1992 in Sweden (SWE) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

3 Goals: Karlheinz Riedle - 2 Goals: Thomas Häßler - 1 Goal: Stefan Effenberg and
Jürgen Klinsmann. 

1994

The XV. FIFA World Cup 1994 in the United States (USA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XV. FIFA World Cup 1994 in the United States (USA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group C - The First Match:

17.6.1994, Chicago (USA) - Soldier Field.
Germany (GER) - Bolivia (BOL)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Jürgen Kohler, Thomas Berthold -
Stefan Effenberg, Matthias Sammer, Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler (83. Thomas Strunz),
Andreas Möller - Karlheinz Riedle (61. Mario Basler), Jürgen Klinsmann -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goal: 1:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (61.).
Referee: Arturo Brizio Carter (MEX). Attendance: 63.100.

The XV. FIFA World Cup 1994 in the United States (USA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group C - The Second Match:

21.6.1994, Chicago (USA) - Soldier Field.
Germany (GER) - Spain (ESP)  1:1 (0:1).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Jürgen Kohler, Thomas Berthold -
Thomas Strunz, Stefan Effenberg, Matthias Sammer, Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler,
Andreas Möller (62. Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler) - Jürgen Klinsmann -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Juan Antonio GOICOCHEA Lasa (14.) and 1:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (48.).
Referee: Ernesto Filippi Cavani (URU). Attendance: 63.000.

The XV. FIFA World Cup 1994 in the United States (USA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group C - The Third and Last Match:

27.6.1994, Dallas (USA) - Cotton Bowl.
Germany (GER) - Republic of Korea (KOR)  3:2 (3:0).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Lothar Herbert Matthäus (64. Andreas Möller) - Jürgen Kohler,
Thomas Berthold - Stefan Effenberg (57. Thomas Helmer), Guido Buchwald,
Andreas Brehme - Thomas Häßler, Matthias Sammer - Jürgen Klinsmann, Karlheinz Riedle -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (12.), 2:0 Karlheinz Riedle (20.),
       3:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (37.), 3:1 Sung Hong Hwang (52.) and
       3:2 Myung Bo Hong (63.).
Referee: Joël Quiniou (FRA). Attendance: 64.000.

The XV. FIFA World Cup 1994 in the United States (USA) - The Final Tournament -
The Second Round:

2.7.1994, Chicago (USA) - Soldier Field.
Germany (GER) - Belgium (BEL)  3:2 (3:1).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Lothar Herbert Matthäus (46. Andreas Brehme) - Jürgen Kohler,
Thomas Helmer - Thomas Berthold, Guido Buchwald, Martin Wagner - Thomas Häßler,
Matthias Sammer - Jürgen Klinsmann (86. Stefan Kuntz), Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (6.), 1:1 Georges Grün (8.),
       2:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (11.), 2:1 Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (39.) and
       3:2 Philippe Albert (90.).
Referee: Kurt Röthlisberger (SUI). Attendance: 60.200.

The XV. FIFA World Cup 1994 in the United States (USA) - The Final Tournament -
The Quarter-Final:

10.7.1994, East Rutherford (USA) - Giants Stadium.
Bulgaria (BUL) - Germany (GER)  2:1 (0:0).
Germany: Bodo Illgner - Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Jürgen Kohler, Thomas Helmer -
Thomas Berthold, Martin Wagner (60. Thomas Strunz) - Thomas Häßler (83. Andreas Brehme),
Guido Buchwald, Andreas Möller - Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler, Jürgen Klinsmann -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (49., Penalty), 1:1 Christo Stoichkov (76.) and
       2:1 Yordan Lechkov (79.).
Referee: José Joaquín Torres Cadena (COL). Attendance: 72.400.

The XV. FIFA World Cup 1994 in the United States (USA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

5 Matches: Thomas Berthold, Andreas Brehme, Thomas Häßler, Bodo Illgner,
Jürgen Klinsmann, Jürgen Kohler and Lothar Herbert Matthäus -
4 Matches: Andreas Möller and Matthias Sammer - 3 Matches: Guido Buchwald,
Stefan Effenberg, Thomas Helmer, Thomas Strunz and Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
2 Matches: Karlheinz Riedle and Martin Wagner - 1 Match: Mario Basler and Stefan Kuntz.

The XV. FIFA World Cup 1994 in the United States (USA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

5 Goals: Jürgen Klinsmann - 2 Goals: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler -
1 Goal: Lothar Herbert Matthäus and Karlheinz Riedle. 

1996

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The First Match Details:

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The First Match:

16.11.1994, Tiranë (ALB) - Qemal Stafa.
Albania (ALB) - Germany (GER)  1:2 (1:1).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Thomas Berthold, Jürgen Kohler -
Stefan Reuter, Dieter Eilts, Andreas Möller, Matthias Sammer (46. Thomas Strunz),
Ralf Weber (83. Dirk Schuster) - Jürgen Klinsmann, Ulf Kirsten -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (18.), 1:1 Hysen Zmijani (33.) and 1:2 Ulf Kirsten (46.).
Referee: Vasily Melnichuk (UKR). Attendance: 24.000.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Second Match:

14.12.1994, Chisinau (MOL) - Republican.
Republic Moldova (MOL) - Germany (GER)  0:3 (0:2).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Thomas Berthold - Stefan Reuter,
Matthias Sammer, Thomas Helmer - Thomas Häßler, Andreas Möller (79. Stefan Kuntz),
Ralf Weber - Jürgen Klinsmann, Ulf Kirsten (69. Thomas Strunz) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Ulf Kirsten (7.), 0:2 Jürgen Klinsmann (38.) and 0:3 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (72.).
Referee: Jef Van Vliet (HOL). Attendance: 20.000.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Third Match:

18.12.1994, Kaiserslautern (GER) - Fritz-Walter-Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Albania (ALB)  2:1 (2:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Thomas Berthold, Thomas Helmer -
Stefan Reuter, Matthias Sammer, Ralf Weber - Thomas Häßler (78. Thomas Strunz),
Andreas Möller - Jürgen Klinsmann, Ulf Kirsten (59. Stefan Kuntz) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (8., Penalty), 2:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (17.) and
       2:1 Altin Rraklli (58.).
Referee: Svend Erik Christensen (DEN). Attendance: 20.300.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Fourth Match:

29.3.1995, Tbilisi (GEO) - Boris Pachaidze.
Georgia (GEO) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:2).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Thomas Helmer - Jürgen Kohler, Markus Babbel -
Stefan Reuter, Dieter Eilts, Ralf Weber (46. Steffen Freund) - Mario Basler,
Andreas Möller - Jürgen Klinsmann, Heiko Herrlich - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (24.) and 0:2 Jürgen Klinsmann (45.).
Referee: Martin Bodenham (ENG). Attendance: 75.000.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Fifth Match:

26.4.1995, Düsseldorf (GER) - Rheinstadion.
Germany (GER) - Wales (WAL)  1:1 (1:1).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Stefan Reuter - Dieter Eilts, Markus Babbel -
Steffen Freund, Mario Basler (76. Mehmet Scholl), Thomas Häßler,
Christian Ziege (86. Stefan Kuntz), Ralf Weber - Heiko Herrlich, Jürgen Klinsmann -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Dean Nicholas Saunders (8.) and 1:1 Heiko Herrlich (42.).
Referee: José Manuel García-Aranda Encinar (ESP). Attendance: 43.500.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Sixth Match:

7.6.1995, Sofia (BUL) - Vasil Levski Stadium.
Bulgaria (BUL) - Germany (GER)  3:2 (1:2).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Stefan Reuter, Markus Babbel,
Thomas Helmer - Mario Basler (80. Andreas Möller), Thomas Strunz (90. Ulf Kirsten),
Dieter Eilts - Thomas Häßler - Jürgen Klinsmann, Heiko Herrlich -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (18.), 0:2 Thomas Strunz (44.),
       1:2 Christo Stoichkov (45., Penalty), 2:2 Christo Stoichkov (66., Penalty) and
       3:2 Emil Kostadinov (69.).
Referee: Pierluigi Pairetto (ITA). Attendance: 70.000.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Seventh Match:

6.9.1995, Nürnberg (GER) - Frankenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Georgia (GEO)  4:1 (1:1).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Thomas Helmer - Jürgen Kohler - Markus Babbel,
Thomas Strunz, Steffen Freund, Christian Ziege - Thomas Häßler, Andreas Möller -
Jürgen Klinsmann, Ulf Kirsten - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Temur Ketsbaia (28.), 1:1 Andreas Möller (39.), 2:1 Christian Ziege (57.),
       3:1 Ulf Kirsten (62.) and 4:1 Markus Babbel (72.).
Referee: James McCluskey (SCO). Attendance: 44.500.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Eighth Match:

8.10.1995, Leverkusen (GER) - Ulrich-Haberland-Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Republic Moldova (MOL)  6:1 (3:0).
Germany:  Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer (83. Christian Wörns) - Markus Babbel,
Thomas Helmer - Steffen Freund, Thomas Häßler, Dieter Eilts,
Andreas Möller (78. Mehmet Scholl), Christian Ziege - Jürgen Klinsmann,
Heiko Herrlich (64. Fredi Bobic) - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Serghei Stroenco (16., Own goal), 2:0 Thomas Helmer (18.),
       3:0 Matthias Sammer (24.), 4:0 Andreas Möller (47.), 5:0 Andreas Möller (61.),
       6:0 Matthias Sammer (72.) and 6:1 Radu Rebeja (82.).
Referee: Zygmunt Ziober (POL). Attendance: 18.400.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Ninth Match:

11.10.1995, Cardiff (WAL) - Arms Park.
Wales (WAL) - Germany (GER)  1:2 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Markus Babbel (46. Christian Wörns),
Thomas Helmer - Steffen Freund, Thomas Häßler, Dieter Eilts, Andreas Möller,
Christian Ziege - Jürgen Klinsmann, Heiko Herrlich (74. Stefan Kuntz) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Andy Melville (75., Own goal), 1:1 Thomas Helmer (79., Own goal) and
       1:2 Jürgen Klinsmann (81.).
Referee: Ion Craciunescu (ROM). Attendance: 21.000.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 7 - The Tenth and last Match:

15.11.1995, Berlin (GER) - Olympiastadion.
Germany (GER) - Bulgaria (BUL)  3:1 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Markus Babbel, Jürgen Kohler (46. Thomas
Strunz), Steffen Freund - Dieter Eilts, Mario Basler, Thomas Häßler (87. Stefan
Reuter), Thomas Helmer - Jürgen Klinsmann, Stefan Kuntz (82. Fredi Bobic) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Christo Stoichkov (47.), 1:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (50.), 2:1 Thomas Häßler (56.) and
       3:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (76., Penalty).
Referee: Vassilios Nikakis (GRE). Attendance: 75.800.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

10 Matches: Jürgen Klinsmann (5 - 5) - 9 Matches: Andreas Köpke (4 - 5) -
8 Matches: Thomas Häßler (5 - 3), Thomas Helmer (4 - 4) and Andreas Möller (3 - 5) -
7 Matches: Markus Babbel (4 - 3), Dieter Eilts (3 - 4), Stefan Reuter (3 - 4) and
Matthias Sammer (3 - 4) - 6 Matches: Steffen Freund (4 - 2) and Thomas Strunz (3 - 3) -
5 Matches: Heiko Herrlich (2 - 3), Ulf Kirsten (2 - 3), Stefan Kuntz (3 - 2) and
Ralf Weber (2 - 3) - 4 Matches: Mario Basler (2 - 2), Jürgen Kohler (2 - 2) and
Christian Ziege (3 - 1) - 3 Matches: Thomas Berthold (1 - 2) and Lothar Herbert
Matthäus (1 - 2) - 2 Matches: Fredi Bobic (2 - 0), Mehmet Scholl (2 - 0) and
Christian Wörns (1 - 1) - 1 Match: Oliver Kahn (1 - 0) and Dirk Schuster (0 - 1).

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

9 Goals: Jürgen Klinsmann (3 - 6) - 3 Goals: Ulf Kirsten (1 - 2) and
Andreas Möller (3 - 0) - 2 Goals: Lothar Herbert Matthäus (1 - 1) and
Matthias Sammer (2 - 0) - 1 Goal: Markus Babbel (1 - 0), Thomas Häßler (1 - 0),
Thomas Helmer (1 - 0), Heiko Herrlich (1 - 0), Thomas Strunz (0 - 1) and
Christian Ziege (1 - 0).

Plus the Own goals from Andy Melville (WAL - 0 - 1) and Sergei Stroenco (MOL - 1 - 0). 

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Final Tournament - The Group C - The First Match:

9.6.1996, Manchester (ENG) - Old Trafford.
Germany (GER) - Czech Republic (CZE)  2:0 (2:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Jürgen Kohler (14. Markus Babbel),
Thomas Helmer - Stefan Reuter, Dieter Eilts, Christian Ziege - Thomas Häßler,
Andreas Möller - Fredi Bobic (65. Thomas Strunz), Stefan Kuntz (83. Oliver Bierhoff) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Christian Ziege (26.) and 2:0 Andreas Möller (32.).
Referee: David R Elleray (ENG). Attendance: 42.000.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Final Tournament - The Group C - The Second Match:

16.6.1996, Manchester (ENG) - Old Trafford.
Russia (RUS) - Germany (GER)  0:3 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Markus Babbel - Stefan Reuter,
Dieter Eilts, Thomas Helmer, Christian Ziege - Thomas Häßler (66. Steffen Freund),
Andreas Möller (87. Thomas Strunz) - Oliver Bierhoff (85. Stefan Kuntz),
Jürgen Klinsmann - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Matthias Sammer (56.), 0:2 Jürgen Klinsmann (77.) and
       0:3 Jürgen Klinsmann (90.).
Referee: Kim Milton Nielsen (DEN). Attendance: 50.800.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Final Tournament - The Group C - The Third and last Match:

19.6.1996, Manchester (ENG) - Old Trafford.
Italy (ITA) - Germany (GER)  0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Steffen Freund, Thomas Helmer -
Thomas Strunz (Second Yellow Card - 60.), Dieter Eilts, Christian Ziege - Thomas Häßler,
Andreas Möller (89. Marco Bode) - Jürgen Klinsmann, Fredi Bobic -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: None.
Referee: Guy Goethals (BEL). Attendance: 53.700.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Final Tournament - The Quarter-Final:

23.6.1996, Manchester (ENG) - Old Trafford.
Germany (GER) - Croatia (CRO)  2:1 (1:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Markus Babbel, Thomas Helmer -
Stefan Reuter, Dieter Eilts, Christian Ziege - Mehmet Scholl (88. Thomas Häßler),
Andreas Möller - Jürgen Klinsmann (39. Steffen Freund), Fredi Bobic (46. Stefan Kuntz) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (21., Penalty), 1:1 Davor Suker (51.) and
       2:1 Matthias Sammer (59.).
Referee: Leif Sundell (SWE). Attendance: 43.400.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:

26.6.1996, London (ENG) - The Empire Stadium Wembley.
Germany (GER) - England (ENG)  1:1 (1:1, 1:1) after extra-time.
Penalty Shoot-out: 6:5.
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Markus Babbel, Thomas Helmer (110. Marco Bode) -
Stefan Reuter, Steffen Freund (119. Thomas Strunz), Dieter Eilts, Christian Ziege -
Mehmet Scholl (77. Thomas Häßler), Andreas Möller - Stefan Kuntz -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Alan Shearer (3.) and 1:1 Stefan Kuntz (16.).
Penalty Shoot-out: 0:1 Alan Shearer, 1:1 Thomas Häßler, 1:2 David Andrew Platt,
                   2:2 Thomas Strunz, 2:3 Stuart Pearce, 3:3 Stefan Reuter,
                   3:4 Paul John Gascoigne, 4:4 Christian Ziege,
                   4:5 Edward Paul 'Teddy' Sheringham, 5:5 Stefan Kuntz,
                   5:5 Gareth Southgate (saved) and 6:5 Andreas Möller.
Referee: Sándor Puhl (HUN). Attendance: 75.900.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Final Tournament - The Final:

30.6.1996, London (ENG) - The Empire Stadium Wembley.
Czech Republic (CZE) - Germany (GER)  1:2 (1:1, 0:0) after extra-time and Golden Goal.
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Markus Babbel - Thomas Strunz,
Dieter Eilts (46. Marco Bode), Thomas Helmer, Christian Ziege -
Mehmet Scholl (69. Oliver Bierhoff), Thomas Häßler - Jürgen Klinsmann,
Stefan Kuntz - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Patrik Berger (59., Penalty), 1:1 Oliver Bierhoff (73.) and
       1:2 Oliver Bierhoff (95.).
Referee: Pierluigi Pairetto (ITA). Attendance: 73.600.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

6 Matches: Dieter Eilts, Thomas Häßler, Thomas Helmer, Andreas Köpke, Matthias Sammer and
Christian Ziege - 5 Matches: Markus Babbel, Stefan Kuntz, Andreas Möller and
Thomas Strunz - 4 Matches: Steffen Freund, Jürgen Klinsmann and Stefan Reuter -
3 Matches: Oliver Bierhoff, Fredi Bobic, Marco Bode and Mehmet Scholl -
1 Match: Jürgen Kohler.

The VIII. UEFA European Football Championships 1996 in England (ENG) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

3 Goals: Jürgen Klinsmann - 2 Goals: Oliver Bierhoff and Matthias Sammer -
1 Goal: Stefan Kuntz, Andreas Möller and Christian Ziege. 

1998

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The First Match:

9.10.1996, Yerevan (ARM) - Razdan.
Armenia (ARM) - Germany (GER)  1:5 (0:3).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Stefan Reuter - Markus Babbel, Jürgen Kohler - Stephan Paßlack,
Dieter Eilts, Marco Bode (73. Stefan Kuntz) - Thomas Häßler (77. Michael Tarnat),
Mehmet Scholl - Jürgen Klinsmann, Oliver Bierhoff (64. Fredi Bobic) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Thomas Häßler (20.), 0:2 Jürgen Klinsmann (26.), 0:3 Thomas Häßler (39.),
       0:4 Fredi Bobic (69.), 0:5 Stefan Kuntz (81.) and 1:5 Karapet Mikaelyan (85.).
Referee: Dr. Pierluigi Collina (ITA). Attendance: 50.000.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The Second Match:

9.11.1996, Nürnberg (GER) - Frankenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Northern Ireland (NIR)  1:1 (1:1).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Stefan Reuter - Jürgen Kohler - Markus Babbel, Michael Tarnat -
Thomas Strunz, Dieter Eilts (62. Stephan Paßlack) - Thomas Häßler, Andreas Möller -
Fredi Bobic (70. Oliver Bierhoff), Jürgen Klinsmann - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Gerry Taggart (39.) and 1:1 Andreas Möller (41.).
Referee: AHMET Cakar (TUR)  Attendance: 40.700.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The Third Match:

14.12.1996, Lisboa (POR) - Estadio da Luz.
Portugal (POR) - Germany (GER) 0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Jürgen Kohler - Stefan Reuter,
Markus Babbel (84. Michael Tarnat), Dieter Eilts, Christian Ziege -
Mario Basler (70. Ulf Kirsten), Andreas Möller - Jürgen Klinsmann, Fredi Bobic -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: None.
Referee: Sándor Puhl (HUN). Attendance: 50.000.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The Fourth Match:

2.4.1997, Granada (ESP) - Estadio Nuevo Los Carmenes.
Albania (ALB) - Germany (GER)  2:3 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Jürgen Kohler, Thomas Helmer -
Stefan Reuter (61. Jörg Heinrich), Dieter Eilts (62. Ulf Kirsten), Christian Ziege -
Andreas Möller, Dariusz Wosz - Jürgen Klinsmann, Oliver Bierhoff -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Bledar Kola (62., Penalty), 1:1 Ulf Kirsten (63.), 1:2 Ulf Kirsten (80.),
       1:3 Ulf Kirsten (84.) and 2:3 Bledar Kola (90., Penalty).
Referee: Michel Piraux (BEL). Attendance: 5.000.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The Fifth Match:

30.4.1997, Bremen (GER) - Weserstadion.
Germany (GER) - Ukraine (UKR)  2:0 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Jürgen Kohler, Thomas Helmer - Jörg Heinrich, Dieter Eilts,
Christian Ziege - Mario Basler, Fredi Bobic (15. Jens Nowotny),
Dariusz Wosz (84. Michael Tarnat) - Oliver Bierhoff, Jürgen Klinsmann -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Oliver Bierhoff (62.) and 2:0 Mario Basler (72.).
Referee: Anders Frisk (SWE). Attendance: 33.000.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The Sixth Match:

7.6.1997, Kyiv (UKR) - National Sport Komplex Olimpiyskyi.
Ukraine (UKR) - Germany (GER)  0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Matthias Sammer - Jürgen Kohler - Jörg Heinrich,
Dieter Eilts, Thomas Helmer, Christian Ziege - Mario Basler -
Dariusz Wosz (70. Mehmet Scholl) - Jürgen Klinsmann, Ulf Kirsten (88. Oliver Bierhoff) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: None.
Referee: Laszlo Vagner (HUN). Attendance: 65.000.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The Seventh Match:

20.8.1997, Belfast (NIR) - Windsor Park.
Northern Ireland (NIR) - Germany (GER)  1:3 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Thomas Helmer - Jürgen Kohler - Christian Wörns (64. Thomas
Häßler), Jens Nowotny, Jörg Heinrich - Mario Basler (83. Markus Babbel),
Andreas Möller, Christian Ziege - Jürgen Klinsmann, Ulf Kirsten (70. Oliver Bierhoff) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Michael Hughes (60.), 1:1 Oliver Bierhoff (73.), 1:2 Oliver Bierhoff (78.) and
       1:3 Oliver Bierhoff (79.).
Referee: José Manuel García-Aranda Encinar (ESP). Attendance: 13.400.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The Eighth Match:

6.9.1997, Berlin (GER) - Olympiastadion.
Germany (GER) - Portugal (POR)  1:1 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Thomas Helmer - Jürgen Kohler - Jörg Heinrich (79. Dariusz Wosz),
Stefan Reuter (46. Markus Babbel), Jens Nowotny, Christian Ziege - Mario Basler,
Thomas Häßler - Jürgen Klinsmann, Oliver Bierhoff (70. Ulf Kirsten) -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 PEDRO Alexandre dos Santos BARBOSA (71.) and 1:1 Ulf Kirsten (81.).
Referee: Marc Batta (FRA). Attendance: 75.800.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The Ninth Match:

10.9.1997, Dortmund (GER) - Westfalenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Armenia (ARM)  4:0 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Olaf Thon - Christian Wörns, Thomas Helmer - Jörg Heinrich,
Sven Kmetsch (46. Lars Ricken), Michael Tarnat (66. Oliver Bierhoff) - Thomas Häßler,
Dariusz Wosz (81. Jens Nowotny) - Jürgen Klinsmann, Ulf Kirsten -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (70.), 2:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (84.), 3:0 Thomas Häßler (86.) and
       4:0 Ulf Kirsten (90.).
Referee: Peter Mikkelsen (DEN). Attendance: 43.000.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 9 - The Tenth and Last Match:

11.10.1997, Hannover (GER) - Niedersachsenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Albania (ALB)  4:3 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Jürgen Kohler, Thomas Helmer - Olaf Thon - Thomas Häßler,
Stefan Reuter, Jörg Heinrich - Andreas Möller, Stefan Kuntz (72. Olaf Marschall) -
Fredi Bobic (60. Michael Tarnat), Oliver Bierhoff - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Jürgen Kohler (55., Own goal), 1:1 Thomas Helmer (64.), 2:1 Oliver Bierhoff (73.),
       2:2 Igli Tare (80.), 3:2 Olaf Marschall (86.), 3:3 Rudi Vata (88.) and
       4:3 Oliver Bierhoff (90.).
Referee: Rune Pedersen (NOR). Attendance: 44.500.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

9 Matches: Oliver Bierhoff (5 - 4), Jürgen Klinsmann (4 - 5), Jürgen Kohler (4 - 5) and
Andreas Köpke (4 - 5) - 7 Matches: Jörg Heinrich (4 - 3) and Thomas Helmer (4 - 3) -
6 Matches: Dieter Eilts (2 - 4), Thomas Häßler (4 - 2), Ulf Kirsten (2 - 4),
Stefan Reuter (3 - 3), Michael Tarnat (4 - 2) and Christian Ziege (2 - 4) -
5 Matches: Markus Babbel (2 - 3), Mario Basler (2 - 3), Fredi Bobic (3 - 2),
Andreas Möller (2 - 3) and Dariusz Wosz (3 - 2) - 4 Matches: Jens Nowotny (3 - 1) -
3 Matches: Matthias Sammer (0 - 3) - 2 Matches: Stefan Kuntz (1 - 1),
Stephan Paßlack (1 - 1), Mehmet Scholl (0 - 2), Olaf Thon (2 - 0) and
Christian Wörns (1 - 1) - 1 Match: Marco Bode (0 - 1), Oliver Kahn (1 - 0),
Sven Kmetsch (1 - 0), Olaf Marschall (1 - 0), Lars Ricken (1 - 0) and
Thomas Strunz (1 - 0).

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

6 Goals: Oliver Bierhoff (3 - 3) - 5 Goals: Ulf Kirsten (2 - 3) -
3 Goals: Thomas Häßler (1 - 2) and Jürgen Klinsmann (2 - 1) -
1 Goal: Mario Basler (1 - 0), Fredi Bobic (0 - 1), Thomas Helmer (1 - 0),
Stefan Kuntz (1 - 0), Olaf Marschall (1 - 0) and Andreas Möller (1 - 0). 

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group F - The First Match:

15.6.1998, Paris (FRA) - Parc des Princes.
Germany (GER) - United States (USA)  2:0 (1:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Olaf Thon - Christian Wörns, Jürgen Kohler -
Stefan Reuter (69. Christian Ziege), Jens Jeremies, Jörg Heinrich -
Thomas Häßler (50. Dietmar Hamann), Andreas Möller (90. Markus Babbel) -
Jürgen Klinsmann, Oliver Bierhoff - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Andreas Möller (9.) and 2:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (65.).
Referee: Saïd Belqola (MAR). Attendance: 48.700.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group F - The Second Match:

21.6.1998, Lens (FRA) - Stade de Felix Bollaert.
Germany (GER) - Yugoslavia (YUG)  2:2 (0:1).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Olaf Thon - Christian Wörns, Jürgen Kohler -
Jörg Heinrich, Dietmar Hamann (46. Lothar Herbert Matthäus), Jens Jeremies,
Christian Ziege (67. Michael Tarnat) - Andreas Möller (58. Ulf Kirsten) -
Jürgen Klinsmann, Oliver Bierhoff - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Predrag Mijatovic (13.), 0:2 Dragan Stojkovic (54.),
       1:2 Sinisa Mihajlovic (74., Own goal) and 2:2 Oliver Bierhoff (80.).
Referee: Kim Milton Nielsen (DEN). Attendance: 41.300.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group F - The Third and last Match:

25.6.1998, Montpellier (FRA) - Stade de la Mosson.
Germany (GER) - Islamic Republic of Iran (IRN)  2:0 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Olaf Thon (46. Dietmar Hamann) - Jürgen Kohler,
Christian Wörns - Jörg Heinrich, Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Thomas Helmer,
Michael Tarnat (77. Christian Ziege) - Thomas Häßler (70. Ulf Kirsten) -
Oliver Bierhoff, Jürgen Klinsmann - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 1:0 Oliver Bierhoff (51.) and 2:0 Jürgen Klinsmann (58).
Referee: Epifanio González Chavez (PAR). Attendance: 35.500.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The Second Round:

29.6.1998, Montpellier (FRA) - Stade de la Mosson.
Germany (GER) - Mexico (MEX)  2:1 (0:0).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Christian Wörns, Markus Babbel -
Jörg Heinrich (59. Andreas Möller), Dietmar Hamann, Thomas Helmer (37. Christian Ziege),
Michael Tarnat - Thomas Häßler (75. Ulf Kirsten) - Jürgen Klinsmann,
Oliver Bierhoff - Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Luis Hernandez (47.), 1:1 Jürgen Klinsmann (76.) and 2:1 Oliver Bierhoff (87.).
Referee: Vítor Manuel Melo Pereira (POR). Attendance: 35.500.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The Quarter-Final:

4.7.1998, Lyon (FRA) - Stade Gerland.
Germany (GER) - Croatia (CRO)  0:3 (0:1).
Germany: Andreas Köpke - Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Christian Wörns (Red Card - 40.),
Jürgen Kohler - Jörg Heinrich, Dietmar Hamann (79. Olaf Marschall), Jens Jeremies,
Michael Tarnat - Thomas Häßler (69. Ulf Kirsten) - Jürgen Klinsmann, Oliver Bierhoff -
Coach: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Goals: 0:1 Robert Jarni (45.), 0:2 Goran Vlaovic (80.) and 0:3 Davor  Suker (85.).
Referee: Rune Pedersen (NOR). Attendance: 43.300.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

5 Matches: Oliver Bierhoff, Dietmar Hamann, Jörg Heinrich, Jürgen Klinsmann,
Andreas Köpke and Christian Wörns - 4 Matches: Thomas Häßler, Ulf Kirsten,
Jürgen Kohler, Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Michael Tarnat and Christian Ziege -
3 Matches: Jens Jeremies, Andreas Möller and Olaf Thon - 2 Matches: Markus Babbel
and Thomas Helmer - 1 Match: Olaf Marschall and Stefan Reuter.

The XVI. FIFA World Cup 1998 in France (FRA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

3 Goals: Oliver Bierhoff and Jürgen Klinsmann - 1 Goal: Andreas Möller.

Plus the Own goal from Sinisa Mihajlovic (YUG). 

1999

The IV. FIFA Confederations Cup 1999 in Mexico (MEX) - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The IV. FIFA Confederations Cup 1999 in Mexico (MEX) - The Group B - The First Match:

24.7.1999, Guadalajara (MEX) - Estadio Jalisco.
Brazil (BRA) - Germany (GER)  4:0 (0:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Christian Wörns, Thomas Linke - Lothar Herbert Matthäus -
Lars Ricken, Michael Ballack, Dariusz Wosz, Jörg Heinrich (75. Ronald Maul) -
Oliver Neuville (79. Heiko Gerber), Michael Preetz (73. Olaf Marschall),
Mehmet Scholl - Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 1:0 ZÉ ROBERTO José Roberto da Silva Junior (62.),
       2:0 RONALDINHO Ronaldo de Assis Moreia (72.),
       3:0 ALEX Alexsandro de Souza (87.) and 4:0 ALEX Alexsandro de Souza (88.).
Referee: Gilberto Alcala Pineda (MEX). Attendance: 70.000.

The IV. FIFA Confederations Cup 1999 in Mexico (MEX) - The Group B - The Second Match:

28.7.1999, Guadalajara (MEX) - Estadio Jalisco.
Germany (GER) - New Zealand (GER)  2:0 (2:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Christian Wörns, Thomas Linke - Lothar Herbert
Matthäus (72. Michael Ballack) - Lars Ricken, Bernd Schneider, Jörg Heinrich -
Oliver Neuville, Mehmet Scholl (46. Dariusz Wosz) - Michael Preetz,
Olaf Marschall (65. PAULO Roberto RINK) - Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 1:0 Michael Preetz (6.) and 2:0 Lothar Herbert Matthäus (33.).
Referee: Kofi Bonaventure Codija (BEN). Attendance: 30.000.

The IV. FIFA Confederations Cup 1999 in Mexico (MEX) - The Group B - The Third and last Match:

30.7.1999, Guadalajara (MEX) - Estadio Jalisco.
United States (USA) - Germany (GER)  2:0 (1:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Christian Wörns, Thomas Linke - Lothar Herbert Matthäus -
Jörg Heinrich (41. Mustafa Dogan), Bernd Schneider, Dariusz Wosz,
Heiko Gerber (77. Ronald Maul) - Oliver Neuville, Michael Preetz,
Horst Heldt (61. PAULO Roberto RINK) - Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 1:0 Ben Olsen (24.) and 2:0 Joe-Max Moore (51.).
Referee: Gilberto Alcala Pineda (MEX). Attendance: 30.000.

The IV. FIFA Confederations Cup 1999 in Mexico (MEX) - The German National Team (GER) -
The Appearances:

3 Matches: Jörg Heinrich, Jens Lehmann, Thomas Linke, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Oliver Neuville, Michael Preetz, Christian Wörns and Dariusz Wosz -
2 Matches: Michael Ballack, Heiko Gerber, Olaf Marschall, Ronald Maul, PAULO Roberto RINK,
Lars Ricken, Bernd Schneider and Mehmet Scholl - 1 Match: Mustafa Dogan and Horst Heldt.

The IV. FIFA Confederations Cup 1999 in Mexico (MEX) - The German National Team (GER) -
The Scorers:

1 Goal: Lothar Herbert Matthäus and Michael Preetz. 

2000

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 3 - The First Match:

10.10.1998, Bursa (TUR) - Atatürk Stadi.
Turkey (TUR) - Germany (GER)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Jens Nowotny - Markus Babbel, Marko Rehmer - Carsten Ramelow,
Jens Jeremies, Jörg Heinrich (76. Oliver Neuville) - Lars Ricken (81. Marco Bode),
Stefan Beinlich - Oliver Bierhoff, Ulf Kirsten - Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goal: 1:0 HAKAN Sükür (70.).
Referee: Hugh Dallas (SCO). Attendance: 20.000.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 3 - The Second Match:

14.10.1998, Chisinau (MOL) - Republican.
Republic Moldova (MOL) - Germany (GER)  1:3 (1:3).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Markus Babbel, Jens Nowotny, Marko Rehmer - Carsten Ramelow,
Christian Nerlinger, Michael Tarnat - Lars Ricken (53. Oliver Neuville),
Stefan Beinlich (83. Dariusz Wosz) - Ulf Kirsten (74. Carsten Jancker),
Oliver Bierhoff -  Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 1:0 Aleksandr Guzun (6.), 1:1 Ulf Kirsten (19.), 1:2 Ulf Kirsten (36.) and
       1:3 Oliver Bierhoff (38.).
Referee: Juan Antonio Fernandez Marin (ESP). Attendance: 5.000.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 3 - The Third Match:

27.3.1999, Belfast (NIR) - Windsor Park.
Northern Ireland (NIR) - Germany (GER)  0:3 (0:2).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Markus Babbel, Lothar Herbert Matthäus (46. Jens Nowotny),
Christian Wörns - Thomas Strunz, Dietmar Hamann, Jens Jeremies, Jörg Heinrich -
Oliver Neuville (68. Carsten Jancker), Oliver Bierhoff, Marco Bode (78. Michael Preetz) -
Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 0:1 Marco Bode (11.), 0:2 Marco Bode (43.) and 0:3 Dietmar Hamann (62.).
Referee: Graziano Cesari (ITA). Attendance: 14.300.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 3 - The Fourth Match:

31.3.1999, Nürnberg (GER) - Frankenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Finland (FIN)  2:0 (2:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Markus Babbel, Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Christian Wörns -
Thomas Strunz, Dietmar Hamann (72. Jens Nowotny), Jens Jeremies, Jörg Heinrich -
Oliver Neuville (65. Ulf Kirsten), Oliver Bierhoff, Marco Bode (76. Carsten Jancker) -
Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 1:0 Jens Jeremies (31.) and 2:0 Oliver Neuville (36.).
Referee: Sergei Khusainov (RUS). Attendance: 40.800.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 3 - The Fifth Match:

4.6.1999, Leverkusen (GER) - BayArena.
Germany (GER) - Republic Moldova (MOL)  6:1 (3:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Thomas Strunz, Jens Nowotny, Lothar Herbert
Matthäus (74. Markus Babbel), Jörg Heinrich - Dietmar Hamann,
Jens Jeremies (46. Mehmet Scholl) - Oliver Neuville, Oliver Bierhoff,
Ulf Kirsten (53. Carsten Ramelow), Marco Bode - Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 1:0 Oliver Bierhoff (2.), 2:0 Ulf Kirsten (27.), 3:0 Marco Bode (38.),
       4:0 Oliver Bierhoff (56.), 5:0 Mehmet Scholl (71.),
       5:1 Gheorghe Stratulat (76.) and 6:1 Oliver Bierhoff (82.).
Referee: Jorge Emanuel Monteiro Coroado (POR). Attendance: 21.000.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 3 - The Sixth Match:

4.9.1999, Helsinki (FIN) - Olympiastadion.
Finland (FIN) - Germany (GER)  1:2 (0:2).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Thomas Linke, Jens Nowotny - Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Markus Babbel,
Christian Ziege - Mehmet Scholl (79. Christian Nerlinger), Jens Jeremies -
Oliver Neuville (85. Thomas Strunz), Oliver Bierhoff, Ulf Kirsten (32. Bernd Schneider) -
Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 0:1 Oliver Bierhoff (2.), 0:2 Oliver Bierhoff (17.) and 1:2 Janne Salli (63.).
Referee: Antonio Jesús López Nieto (ESP). Attendance: 20.200.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 3 - The Seventh Match:

8.9.1999, Dortmund (GER) - Westfalenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Northern Ireland (NIR)  4:0 (4:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Thomas Linke, Lothar Herbert Matthäus - Markus Babbel (30. Thomas
Strunz), Jens Jeremies, Jens Nowotny (46. Christian Wörns) - Mehmet Scholl,
Christian Ziege - Oliver Neuville (67. Bernd Schneider), Oliver Bierhoff,
Marco Bode - Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 1:0 Oliver Bierhoff (3.), 2:0 Christian Ziege (16.), 3:0 Christian Ziege (33.) and
       4:0 Christian Ziege (45.).
Referee: Georgios Bikas (GRE). Attendance: 41.000.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group 3 - The Eighth and last Match:

9.10.1999, München (GER) - Olympiastadion.
Germany (GER) - Turkey (TUR)  0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Markus Babbel, Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Thomas Linke -
Dietmar Hamann (46. Christian Nerlinger), Jens Jeremies -
Bernd Schneider (89. Mustafa Dogan), Christian Ziege (76. Marco Bode) -
Oliver Neuville, Oliver Bierhoff, Mehmet Scholl - Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: None.
Referee: Dr. Pierluigi Collina (ITA). Attendance: 63.000.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

8 Matches: Markus Babbel (4 - 4), Oliver Bierhoff (4 - 4) and Oliver Neuville (4 - 4) -
7 Matches: Jens Jeremies (4 - 3) and Jens Nowotny (3 - 4) - 6 Matches: Marco Bode (4 - 2),
Oliver Kahn (3 - 3) and Lothar Herbert Matthäus (4 - 2) - 5 Matches: Ulf Kirsten (2 - 3) and
Thomas Strunz (3 - 2) - 4 Matches: Dietmar Hamann (3 - 1), Jörg Heinrich (2 - 2) and
Mehmet Scholl (3 - 1) - 3 Matches: Carsten Jancker (1 - 2), Thomas Linke (2 - 1),
Christian Nerlinger (1 - 2), Carsten Ramelow (1 - 2), Bernd Schneider (2 - 1),
Christian Wörns (2 - 1) and Christian Ziege (2 - 1) - 2 Matches: Stefan Beinlich (0 - 2),
Jens Lehmann (1 - 1), Marko Rehmer (0 - 2) and Lars Ricken (0 - 2) -
1 Match: Mustafa Dogan (1 - 0), Michael Preetz (0 - 1), Michael Tarnat (0 - 1) and
Dariusz Wosz (0 - 1).


The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

7 Goals: Oliver Bierhoff (4 - 3) - 3 Goals: Marco Bode (1 - 2), Ulf Kirsten (1 - 2) and
Christian Ziege (3 - 0) - 1 Goal: Dietmar Hamann (0 - 1), Jens Jeremies (1 - 0),
Oliver Neuville (1 - 0) and Mehmet Scholl (1 - 0). 

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Final Tournament - The Group A - The First Match:

12.6.2000, Liège (BEL) - Stade Sclessin.
Germany (GER) - Romania (ROM)  1:1 (1:1).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Thomas Linke (46. Marko Rehmer), Lothar Herbert Matthäus (77. Sebastian
Deisler), Jens Nowotny - Markus Babbel, Jens Jeremies, Christian Ziege -
Thomas Häßler (73. Dietmar Hamann), Mehmet Scholl - PAULO Roberto RINK, Oliver Bierhoff -
Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 0:1 Dinu Viorel Moldovan (5.) and 1:1 Mehmet Scholl (28.).
Referee: Kim Milton Nielsen (DEN). Attendance: 30.000.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Final Tournament - The Group A - The Second Match:

17.6.2000, Charleroi (BEL) - Stade du Pays.
England (ENG) - Germany (GER)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Markus Babbel, Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Jens Nowotny -
Sebastian Deisler (72. Michael Ballack), Dietmar Hamann, Jens Jeremies (78. Marco Bode),
Christian Ziege - Mehmet Scholl - Carsten Jancker,
Ulf Kirsten (70. PAULO Roberto RINK) - Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goal: 1:0 Alan Shearer (53.).
Referee: Dr. Pierluigi Collina (ITA). Attendance: 30.000.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Final Tournament - The Group A - The Third and last Match:

20.6.2000, Rotterdam (HOL) - Feyenoord Stadium.
Portugal (POR) - Germany (GER)  3:0 (1:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Marko Rehmer, Lothar Herbert Matthäus, Jens Nowotny, Thomas Linke -
Michael Ballack (46. PAULO Roberto RINK), Dietmar Hamann - Sebastian Deisler,
Mehmet Scholl (59. Thomas Häßler), Marco Bode - Carsten Jancker (69. Ulf Kirsten) -
Coach: Erich Ribbeck.
Goals: 1:0 SÉRGIO Paulo Marceneiro CONCEIÇÃO (35.), 2:0 SÉRGIO Paulo
       Marceneiro CONCEIÇÃO (54.) and 3:0 SÉRGIO Paulo Marceneiro CONCEIÇÃO (71.).
Referee: Dirk Zier Gerardus 'Dick' Jol (HOL). Attendance: 51.500.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

3 Matches: Sebastian Deisler, Dietmar Hamann, Oliver Kahn, Lothar Herbert Matthäus,
Jens Nowotny, PAULO Roberto RINK and Mehmet Scholl - 2 Matches: Markus Babbel,
Michael Ballack, Marco Bode, Thomas Häßler, Carsten Jancker, Jens Jeremies,
Ulf Kirsten, Thomas Linke, Marko Rehmer and Christian Ziege - 1 Match: Oliver Bierhoff.

The IX. UEFA European Football Championships 2000 in Belgium (HOL) and the Netherlands (HOL) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorer:

1 Goal: Mehmet Scholl. 

2002

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The Group 9 - The First Match:

2.9.2000, Hamburg (GER) - Volksparkstadion.
Germany (GER) - Greece (GRE)  2:0 (1:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Marko Rehmer, Jens Nowotny, Jörg Heinrich (46. Thomas Linke) -
Carsten Ramelow - Sebastian Deisler, Michael Ballack, Marco Bode - Mehmet Scholl -
Alexander Zickler (71. PAULO Roberto RINK), Carsten Jancker - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Sebastian Deisler (17.) and 2:0 Marinos Ouzounidis (75., Own goal).
Referee: Antonio Jesús López Nieto (ESP). Attendance: 48.500.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The Group 9 - The Second Match:

7.10.2000, London (ENG) - The Empire Stadium Wembley.
England (ENG) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:1).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Marko Rehmer, Jens Nowotny, Thomas Linke - Carsten Ramelow,
Dietmar Hamann, Marco Bode (87. Christian Ziege) - Sebastian Deisler, Michael Ballack -
Mehmet Scholl - Oliver Bierhoff - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goal: 0:1 Dietmar Hamann (14.).
Referee: Stefano Braschi (ITA). Attendance: 76.400.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The Group 9 - The Third Match:

24.3.2001, Leverkusen (GER) - BayArena.
Germany (GER) - Albania (ALB)  2:1 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Christian Wörns, Jens Nowotny - Carsten  Ramelow -
Sebastian Deisler, Dietmar Hamann (46. Marko Rehmer), Jens Jeremies, Marco Bode -
Mehmet Scholl - Oliver Neuville (72. Miroslav Klose), Oliver Bierhoff (46. Carsten Jancker) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Sebastian Deisler (50.), 1:1 Bledar Kola (65.) and 2:1 Miroslav Klose (88.).
Referee: Graziano Cesari (ITA). Attendance: 22.500.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The Group 9 - The Fourth Match:

28.3.2001, Athinai (GRE) - OAKA 'Spiros Louis'.
Greece (GRE) - Germany (GER)  2:4 (2:2).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Christian Wörns, Jens Nowotny, Jörg Heinrich, Christian Ziege -
Marko Rehmer, Jens Jeremies (90. Carsten Ramelow), Michael Ballack -
Sebastian Deisler (Second Yellow Card - 60.) - Carsten Jancker (78. Marco Bode),
Oliver Neuville (67. Miroslav Klose) - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 0:1 Marko Rehmer (6.), 1:1 Angelos Haristeas (21.), 1:2 Michael Ballack (25.,
       Penalty), 2:2 Giorgos H Georgiadis (43.), 2:3 Miroslav Klose (82.) and
       2:4 Marco Bode (90.).
Referee: Vítor Manuel Melo Pereira (POR). Attendance: 40.000.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The Group 9 - The Fifth Match:

2.6.2001, Helsinki (FIN) - Olympiastadion.
Finland (FIN) - Germany (GER)  2:2 (2:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Marko Rehmer, Jens Nowotny, Thomas Linke - Carsten Ramelow -
Michael Ballack, Marco Bode (69. Christian  Ziege) - Gerald Asamoah, Lars Ricken,
Oliver Neuville (62. Miroslav Klose) - Carsten Jancker (83. Oliver Bierhoff) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Mikael Forssell (29.), 2:0 Mikael Forsell (43.), 2:1 Michael Ballack (68.,
       Penalty) and 2:2 Carsten Jancker (72.).
Referee: Dirk Zier Gerardus 'Dick' Jol (HOL). Attendance: 35.800.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The Group 9 - The Sixth Match:

6.6.2001, Tiranë (ALB) - Qemal Stafa.
Albania (ALB) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:1).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Marko Rehmer, Jens Nowotny, Thomas Linke -
Carsten Ramelow (Red Card - 37.) - Gerald Asamoah (70. Lars Ricken), Michael Ballack,
Christian Ziege - Sebastian Deisler (84. Frank Baumann) -
Oliver Neuville (46. Alexander Zickler), Carsten Jancker - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 0:1 Marko Rehmer (28.) and 0:2 Michael Ballack (70.).
Referee: Gilles Veisièrre (FRA). Attendance: 18.000.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The Group 9 - The Seventh Match:

1.9.2001, München (GER) - Olympiastadion.
Germany (GER) - England (ENG)  1:5 (1:2).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Christian Wörns (46. Gerald Asamoah), Jens Nowotny,
Thomas Linke - Marko Rehmer, Michael Ballack (67. Miroslav Klose), Dietmar Hamann,
Jörg Böhme - Sebastian Deisler - Carsten Jancker, Oliver Neuville (78. Sebastian Kehl) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Carsten Jancker (6.), 1:1 Michael James Owen (12.),
       1:2 Steven George Gerrard (45.), 1:3 Michael James Owen (48.),
       1:4 Michael James Owen (66.) and 1:5 Emile William Ivanhoe Heskey (74.).
Referee: Dr. Pierluigi Collina (ITA). Attendance: 63.000.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The Group 9 - The Eighth and last Match:

6.10.2001, Gelsenkirchen (GER) - Arena 'Auf Schalke'.
Germany (GER) - Finland (FIN)  0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Marko Rehmer, Christian Wörns, Jens Nowotny, Christian Ziege -
Michael Ballack, Carsten Ramelow, Jörg Böhme (46. Gerald Asamoah) - Sebastian Deisler -
Oliver Bierhoff, Oliver Neuville (77. Miroslav Klose) - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: None.
Referee: Anders Frisk (SWE). Attendance: 52.300.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The European Play-Offs - The First Leg:

10.11.2001, Kyiv (UKR) - National Sport Komplex Olimpiyskyi.
Ukraine (UKR) - Germany (GER)  1:1 (1:1).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Marko Rehmer, Jens Nowotny, Thomas Linke - Carsten Ramelow,
Dietmar Hamann, Christian Ziege - Bernd Schneider (79. Lars Ricken), Michael Ballack -
Gerald Asamoah, Alexander Zickler (68. Carsten Jancker) - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Hennadiy Zubov (18.) und 1:1 Michael Ballack (31.).
Referee: Stefano Braschi (ITA). Attendance: 85.000.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The European Play-Offs - The Second Leg:

14.11.2001, Dortmund (GER) - Westfalenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Ukraine (UKR)  4:1 (3:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Marko Rehmer (87. Frank Baumann), Jens Nowotny, Thomas Linke -
Carsten Ramelow, Dietmar Hamann, Christian Ziege - Bernd Schneider, Michael Ballack -
Carsten Jancker (58. Oliver Bierhoff), Oliver Neuville (70. Lars Ricken) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Michael Ballack (4.), 2:0 Oliver Neuville (11.), 3:0 Marko Rehmer (15.),
       4:0 Michael Ballack (51.) und 4:1 Andriy Shevchenko (90.).
Referee: Vítor Manuel Melo Pereira (POR). Attendance: 52.400.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

10 Matches: Oliver Kahn (5 - 5), Jens Nowotny (5 - 5) and Marko Rehmer (5 - 5) -
9 Matches: Michael Ballack (4 - 5) and Carsten Ramelow (4 - 5) -
8 Matches: Carsten Jancker (4 - 4) - 7 Matches: Sebastian Deisler (4 - 3),
Thomas Linke (3 - 4), Oliver Neuville (4 - 3) and Christian Ziege (2 - 5) -
5 Matches: Gerald Asamoah (2 - 3), Oliver Bierhoff (3 - 2), Marco Bode (2 - 3),
Dietmar Hamann (3 - 2) and Miroslav Klose (3 - 2) - 4 Matches: Lars Ricken (1 - 3) and
Christian Wörns (3 - 1) - 3 Matches: Mehmet Scholl (2 - 1) and Alexander Zickler (1 - 2) -
2 Matches: Frank Baumann (1 - 1), Jörg Böhme (2 - 0), Jörg Heinrich (1 - 1),
Jens Jeremies (1 - 1) and Bernd Schneider (1 - 1) - 1 Match: Sebastian Kehl (1 - 0) and
PAULO Roberto RINK (1 - 0).

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and South Korea (KOR) -
The European Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

6 Goals: Michael Ballack (2 - 4) - 3 Goals: Marko Rehmer (1 - 2) -
2 Goals: Sebastian Deisler (2 - 0), Carsten Jancker (1 - 1) and Miroslav Klose (1 - 1) -
1 Goal: Marco Bode (0 - 1), Dietmar Hamann (0 - 1) and Oliver Neuville (1 - 0). 


The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The Group E - The First Match:

1.6.2002, Sapporo (JPN) - Sapporo Dome.
Germany (GER) - Saudi-Arabia (KSA)  8:0 (4:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow (46. Jens Jeremies),
Christoph Metzelder - Torsten Frings, Dietmar Hamann, Christian Ziege -
Bernd Schneider, Michael Ballack - Miroslav Klose (77. Oliver Neuville),
Carsten Jancker (67. Oliver Bierhoff) - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Miroslav Klose (20.), 2:0 Miroslav Klose (25.), 3:0 Michael Ballack (40.),
       4:0 Carsten Jancker (45.), 5:0 Miroslav Klose (69.), 6:0 Thomas Linke (72.),
       7:0 Oliver Bierhoff (84.) and 8:0 Bernd Schneider (90.).
Referee: Ubaldo AQUNIO Valenzano (PAR). Attendance: 32.200.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The Group E - The Second Match:

5.6.2002, Ibaraki (JPN) - Kashima Soccer Stadium.
Germany (GER) - Republic of Ireland (IRL)  1:1 (1:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow, Christoph Metzelder -
Torsten Frings, Dietmar Hamann, Christian Ziege - Bernd Schneider (90. Jens Jeremies),
Michael Ballack - Miroslav Klose (85. Marco Bode), Carsten Jancker (75. Oliver Bierhoff) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Miroslav Klose (19.) and 1:1 Robbie Keane (90.).
Referee: Kim Milton Nielsen (DEN). Attendance: 35.900.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The Group E - The Third and last Match:

11.6.2002, Shizuoka (JPN) - Stadium Ecopa.
Cameroon (CMR) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow (Second Yellow Card - 40.),
Christoph Metzelder - Torsten Frings, Dietmar Hamann, Christian Ziege -
Bernd Schneider (80. Jens Jeremies), Michael Ballack - Carsten Jancker (46. Marco Bode),
Miroslav Klose (84. Oliver Neuville) - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 0:1 Marco Bode (50.) and 0:2 Miroslav Klose (79.).
Referee: Antonio Jesús López Nieto (ESP). Attendance: 47.100.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The Second Round:

15.6.2002, Seogwipo (KOR) - Jeju World Cup Stadium.
Germany (GER) - Paraguay (PAR)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Torsten Frings, Marko Rehmer (46. Sebastian Kehl),
Thomas Linke, Christoph Metzelder (60. Frank Baumann) - Bernd Schneider,
Jens Jeremies, Michael Ballack, Marco Bode - Oliver Neuville (90. Gerald Asamoah) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goal: 1:0 Oliver Neuville (88.).
Referee: Carlos Alberto BATRES González (GUA). Attendance: 25.200.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The Quarter-Final:

21.6.2002, Ulsan (KOR) - Munsu Football Stadium.
Germany (GER) - United States (USA)  1:0 (1:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Thomas Linke, Sebastian Kehl, Christoph Metzelder -
Torsten Frings, Dietmar Hamann, Christian Ziege - Bernd Schneider (60. Jens Jeremies),
Michael Ballack - Oliver Neuville (79. Marco Bode), Miroslav Klose (88. Oliver Bierhoff) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goal: 1:0 Michael Ballack (39.).
Referee: Hugh Dallas (SCO). Attendance: 37.300.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:

25.6.2002, Seoul (KOR) - World Cup Stadium.
Germany (GER) - Republic of Korea (KOR)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Torsten Frings, Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow,
Christoph Metzelder - Bernd Schneider (85. Jens Jeremies), Dietmar Hamann,
Michael Ballack, Marco Bode - Miroslav Klose (70. Oliver Bierhoff),
Oliver Neuville (88. Gerald Asamoah) - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goal: 1:0 Michael Ballack (75.).
Referee: Urs Meier (SUI). Attendance: 65.600.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The Final:

30.6.2002, Yokohama (JPN) - International Stadium.
Germany (GER) - Brazil (BRA)  0:2 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow, Christoph Metzelder -
Torsten Frings, Dietmar Hamann, Jens Jeremies (77. Gerald Asamoah),
Marco Bode (84. Christian Ziege) - Bernd Schneider - Miroslav Klose (74. Oliver Bierhoff),
Oliver Neuville - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 0:1 RONALDO Luís Nazário de Lima (67.) and 0:2 RONALDO Luís Nazário de Lima (79.).
Referee: Dr. Pierluigi Collina (ITA). Attendance: 69.000.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

7 Matches: Torsten Frings, Jens Jeremies, Oliver Kahn, Miroslav Klose, Thomas Linke,
Christoph Metzelder and Bernd Schneider - 6 Matches: Michael Ballack, Marco Bode,
Dietmar Hamann and Oliver Neville - 5 Matches: Oliver Berhoff, Carsten Ramelow and
Christian Ziege - 3 Matches: Gerald Asamoah and Carsten Jancker -
2 Matches: Sebastian Kehl - 1 Match: Frank Baumann and Marko Rehmer.

The XVII. FIFA World Cup 2002 in Japan (JPN) and in the Republic of Korea (KOR) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

5 Goals: Miroslav Klose - 3 Goals: Michael Ballack - 1 Goal: Oliver Bierhoff, Marco Bode,
Carsten Jancker, Thomas Linke, Oliver Neuville and Bernd Schneider.

2004

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 5 - The First Match:

7.9.2002, Kaunas (LIT) - S. Darius & S. Girenas Sport C.
Lithuania (LIT) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:1).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow, Christoph Metzelder - Torsten
Frings, Dietmar Hamann, Jörg Böhme - Bernd Schneider (86. Jens Jeremies), Michael Ballack -
Miroslav Klose, Carsten Jancker (69. Oliver Neuville) - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 0:1 Michael Ballack (27.) and 0:2 Marius Stankevicius (59., Own goal).
Referee: Graham Poll (ENG). Attendance: 8.500.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 5 - The Second Match:

16.10.2002, Hannover (GER) - AWD-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Faroe Islands (FAR)  2:1 (1:1).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Arne Friedrich, Carsten Ramelow (46. Slawomir Paul 'Slawo' Freier),
Christian Wörns - Jens Jeremies, Dietmar Hamann, Torsten Frings - Bernd Schneider
(87. Sebastian Kehl), Michael Ballack - Carsten Jancker (69. Oliver Neuville),
Miroslav Klose - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Michael Ballack (2., Penalty), 1:1 Arne Friedrich (45., Own goal) and
       2:1 Miroslav Klose (59.).
Referee: Dani Koren (ISR). Attendance: 36.600.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 5 - The Third Match:

29.3.2003, Nürnberg (GER) - Frankenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Lithuania (LIT)  1:1 (1:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Torsten Frings, Arne Friedrich, Christian Wörns, Tobias Rau
(82. Slawomir Paul 'Slawo' Freier) - Carsten Ramelow, Dietmar Hamann - Bernd Schneider,
Jörg Böhme (46. Marko Rehmer) - Miroslav Klose, Fredi Bobic (72. Kevin Kuranyi) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Carsten Ramelow (8.) and 1:1 Tomas Razanauskas (73.).
Referee: Victor José Esquinas Torres (ESP). Attendance: 40.800.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 5 - The Fourth Match:

7.6.2003, Glasgow (SCO) - Hampden Park.
Scotland (SCO) - Germany (GER)  1:1 (0:1).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Arne Friedrich, Carsten Ramelow, Christian Wörns - Torsten Frings,
Jens Jeremies, Tobias Rau (57. Slawomir Paul 'Slawo' Freier) - Bernd Schneider (85. Sebastian
Kehl), Michael Ballack - Fredi Bobic, Miroslav Klose (73. Oliver Neuville) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 0:1 Fredi Bobic (22.) and 1:1 Kenny Miller (69.).
Referee: Domenica Messina (ITA). Attendance: 52.000.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 5 - The Fifth Match:

11.6.2003, Tórshavn (FRA) - Tórsvøllur.
Faroe Islands (FAR) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn (46. Frank Rost) - Arne Friedrich, Carsten Ramelow, Christian Wörns -
Slawomir Paul 'Slawo' Freier, Jens Jeremies (65. Miroslav Klose), Sebastian Kehl,
Tobias Rau (72. Michael Hartmann) - Bernd Schneider - Fredi Bobic, Oliver Neuville -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 0:1 Miroslav Klose (89.) and 0:2 Fredi Bobic (90.).
Referee: Jan Willem Wegereef (HOL). Attendance: 6.500.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 5 - The Sixth Match:

6.9.2003, Reykjavík (ISL) - Laugardalsvöllur.
Iceland (ISL) - Germany (GER)  0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Arne Friedrich, Christian Wörns, Frank Baumann - Carsten Ramelow,
Michael Ballack, Sebastian Kehl, Christian Rahn (60. Michael Hartmann) - Bernd Schneider
(69. Sebastian Deisler) - Miroslav Klose, Oliver Neuville (46. Kevin Kuranyi) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goal: None.
Referee: Graham P Barber (ENG). Attendance: 15.000.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 5 - The Seventh Match:

10.9.2003, Dortmund (GER) - Westfalenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Scotland (SCO)  2:1 (1:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Marko Rehmer, Carsten Ramelow, Christian Wörns - Arne Friedrich,
Frank Baumann, Tobias Rau - Bernd Schneider (81. Sebastian Kehl), Michael Ballack -
Fredi Bobic (76. Miroslav Klose), Kevin Kuranyi - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Fredi Bobic (25.), 2:0 Michael Ballack (50., Penalty) and 2:1 Neil McCann (60.).
Referee: Anders Frisk (SWE). Attendance: 67.000.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The Group 5 - The Eighth and last Match:

11.10.2003, Hamburg (GER) - AOL-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Iceland (ISL)  3:0 (1:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Arne Friedrich, Carsten Ramelow, Christian Wörns - Andreas Hinkel,
Frank Baumann, Christian Rahn - Bernd Schneider, Michael Ballack - Fredi Bobic (71. Miroslav
Klose), Kevin Kuranyi (85. Oliver Neuville) - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Michael Ballack (9.), 2:0 Fredi Bobic (60.) and 3:0 Kevin Kuranyi (79.).
Referee: Valentin Ivanov (RUS). Attendance: 50.800.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

8 Matches: Oliver Kahn (4 - 4), Miroslav Klose (4 - 4), Carsten Ramelow (4 - 4) and Bernd
Schneider (4 - 4) - 7 Matches: Arne Friedrich (4 - 3) and Christian Wörns (4 - 3) -
6 Matches: Michael Ballack (3 - 3) and Oliver Neuville (2 - 4) - 5 Matches: Fredi Bobic (3 - 2) and
Sebastian Kehl (2 - 3) - 4 Matches: Slawomir Paul 'Slawo' Freier (2 - 2), Torsten Frings (2 - 2),
Jens Jeremies (1 - 3), Kevin Kuranyi (3 - 1) and Tobias Rau (2 - 2) - 3 Matches: Frank Baumann (2 - 1) and
Dietmar Hamann (2 - 1) - 2 Matches: Jörg Böhme (1 - 1), Michael Hartmann (0 - 2), Carsten Jancker (1 - 1),
Christian Rahn (1 - 1) and Marko Rehmer (2 - 0) - 1 Match: Sebastian Deisler (0 - 1),
Andreas Hinkel (1 - 0), Thomas Linke (0 - 1), Christoph Metzelder (0 - 1) and Frank Rost (0 - 1).

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

4 Goals: Michael Ballack (3 - 1) and Fredi Bobic (2 - 2) - 2 Goals: Miroslav Klose (1 - 1) -
1 Goal: Kevin Kuranyi (1 - 0) and Carsten Ramelow (1 - 0).

Plus the Own goal from Marius Stankevicius (LIT - 0 - 1). 


The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Final Tournament -
The Group D - The First Match:

15.6.2004, Porto (POR) - Estádio do Dragão.
Germany (GER) - Netherlands (HOL)  1:1 (1:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Arne Friedrich, Christian Wörns, Jens Nowotny, Philipp Lahm -
Dietmar Hamann, Frank Baumann - Bernd Schneider (68. Bastian Schweinsteiger),
Michael Ballack, Torsten Frings (79. Fabian Ernst) - Kevin Kuranyi (85. Fredi Bobic) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Torsten Frings (30.) and 1:1 Ruudgers Johannes Martinus 'Ruud' Van
       Nistelrooy (81.).
Referee: Anders Frisk (SWE). Attendance: 52.000.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Final Tournament -
The Group D - The Second Match:

19.6.2004, Porto (POR) - Estádio do Bessa.
Latvia (LAT) - Germany (GER)  0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Arne Friedrich, Christian Wörns, Frank Baumann, Philipp Lahm -
Dietmar Hamann - Bernd Schneider (46. Bastian Schweinsteiger), Michael Ballack,
Torsten Frings - Kevin Kuranyi (78. Thomas Brdaric), Fredi Bobic (67. Miroslav Klose) -
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: None.
Referee: Michael Riley (ENG). Attendance: 22.300.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Final Tournament -
The Group D - The Third and last Match:

23.6.2004, Lisboa (POR) - Estádio de José Alvalade Século XXI.
Germany (GER) - Czech Republic (CZE)  1:2 (1:1).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Arne Friedrich, Jens Nowotny, Christian Wörns, Philipp Lahm -
Torsten Frings (46. Lukas Podolski), Dietmar Hamann (79. Miroslav Klose) -
Bernd Schneider, Michael Ballack, Bastian Schweinsteiger (86. Jens Jeremies) -
Kevin Kuranyi - Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler.
Goals: 1:0 Michael Ballack (21.), 1:1 Marek Heinz (30.) and 1:2 Milan Baros (77.).
Referee: Terje Hauge (NOR). Attendance: 46.300.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

3 Matches: Michael Ballack, Arne Friedrich, Torsten Frings, Dietmar Hamann,
Oliver Kahn, Kevin Kuranyi, Philipp Lahm, Bernd Schneider, Bastian Schweinsteiger and
Christian Wörns - 2 Matches: Frank Baumann, Fredi Bobic, Miroslav Klose and
Jens Nowotny - 1 Match: Thomas Brdaric, Fabian Ernst, Jens Jeremies and Lukas Podolski.

The X. UEFA European Championships 2004 in Portugal (POR) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

1 Goal: Michael Ballack and Torsten Frings. 

2005

The VII. FIFA Confederations Cup 2005 in Germany (GER) - The German National Team (GER) -
The Match Details:

The VII. FIFA Confederations Cup 2005 in Germany (GER) - The Group A - The First Match:

15.6.2005, Frankfurt am Main (GER) - Waldstadion.
Germany (GER) - Australia (AUS)  4:3 (2:2).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Robert Huth, Thomas Hitzlsperger -
Torsten Frings - Bernd Schneider (76. Sebastian Deisler),
Bastian Schweinsteiger (83. Fabian Ernst) - Michael Ballack -
Kevin Kuranyi (68. Gerald Asamoah), Lukas Podolski - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 1:0 Kevin Kuranyi (17.), 1:1 Josip Skoko (21.), 2:1 Per Mertesacker (23.),
       2:2 John Aloisi (31.), 3:2 Michael Ballack (60., Penalty),
       4:2 Lukas Podolski (88.) and 4:3 John Aloisi (90.).
Referee: Carlos AMARILLA Demarqui (PAR). Attendance: 48.000.

The VII. FIFA Confederations Cup 2005 in Germany (GER) - The Group A - The Second Match:

18.6.2005, Köln (GER) - FIFA WM Stadion Köln.
Tunisia (TUN) - Germany (GER)  0:3 (0:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Robert Huth,
Thomas Hitzlsperger (68. Bernd Schneider) - Sebastian Deisler, Torsten Frings,
Michael Ballack, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Gerald Asamoah (62. Kevin Kuranyi),
Lukas Podolski (87. Mike Hanke) - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 0:1 Michael Ballack (74., Penalty), 0:2 Bastian Schweinsteiger (80.) and
       0:3 Mike Hanke (89.).
Referee: Peter Prendergast (JAM). Attendance: 44.300.

The VII. FIFA Confederations Cup 2005 in Germany (GER) - The Group A - The Third and Last Match:

21.6.2005, Nürnberg (GER) - Frankenstadion.
Argentina (ARG) - Germany (GER) 2:2 (1:1).
Germany: Timo Hildebrand - Andreas Hinkel, Per Mertesacker, Robert Huth,
Thomas Hitzlsperger - Fabian Ernst - Sebastian Deisler,
Bastian Schweinsteiger (70. Marco Engelhardt) - Bernd Schneider (46. Torsten Frings) -
Gerald Asamoah (58. Mike Hanke), Kevin Kuranyi - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 0:1 Kevin Kuranyi (29.), 1:1 Juan Ramón Riquelme (33.), 1:2 Gerald Asamoah (51.) and
       2:2 Esteban Matías CAMBIASSO Deleau (74.).
Referee: Luboš Michel (SVK). Attendance: 42.100.

The VII. FIFA Confederations Cup 2005 in Germany (GER) - The Semi-Final:

25.6.2005, Nürnberg (GER) - Frankenstadion.
Germany (GER) - Brazil (BRA)  2:3 (2:2).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Robert Huth, Bernd Schneider -
Torsten Frings, Fabian Ernst (87. Tim Borowski) - Michael Ballack -
Sebastian Deisler (83. Mike Hanke) - Kevin Kuranyi (63. Gerald Asamoah),
Lukas Podolski - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 0:1 ADRIANO Leite Ribeiro (21.), 1:1 Lukas Podolski (23.),
       1:2 RONALDINHO Ronaldo de Assis Moreia (43., Penalty),
       2:2 Michael Ballack (45., Penalty) and 2:3 ADRIANO Leite Ribeiro (76.).
Referee: Carlos CHANDIA Alarcon (CHI). Attendance: 42.200.

The VII. FIFA Confederations Cup 2005 in Germany (GER) - The Third Place Play-Off:

29.6.2005, Leipzig (GER) - Zentralstadion.
Germany (GER) - Mexico (MEX) 4:3 (3:3, 2:1) after extra-time.
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Andreas Hinkel, Per Mertesacker, Robert Huth, Bernd Schneider -
Torsten Frings - Sebastian Deisler (67. Gerald Asamoah),
Bastian Schweinsteiger (83. Fabian Ernst) - Michael Ballack -
Mike Hanke (Red Card - 54.), Lukas Podolski (74. Kevin Kuranyi) - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 1:0 Lukas Podolski (37.), 1:1 José Francisco FONSECA Guzmán (40.),
       2:1 Bastian Schweinsteiger (41.), 2:2 Jared Francisco Borgetti (58.),
       3:2 Robert Huth (79.), 3:3 Jared Francisco Borgetti (85.) and
       4:3 Michael Ballack (97.).
Referee: Matthew Christopher Breeze (AUS). Attendance: 43.300.

The VII. FIFA Confederations Cup 2005 in Germany (GER) - The German National Team (GER) -
The Appearances:

5 Matches: Gerald Asamoah, Sebastian Deisler, Torsten Frings, Robert Huth,
Kevin Kuranyi, Per Mertesacker and Bernd Schneider - 4 Matches: Michael Ballack,
Fabian Ernst, Mike Hanke, Lukas Podolski and Bastian Schweinsteiger -
3 Matches: Arne Friedrich and Thomas Hitzlsperger - 2 Matches: Andreas Hinkel,
Oliver Kahn and Jens Lehmann - 1 Match: Tim Borowski, Marco Engelhardt and
Timo Hildebrand.

The VII. FIFA Confederations Cup 2005 in Germany (GER) - The German National Team (GER) -
The Scorers:

4 Goals: Michael Ballack - 3 Goals: Lukas Podolski - 2 Goals: Kevin Kuranyi and
Bastian Schweinsteiger - 1 Goal: Gerald Asamoah, Mike Hanke, Robert Huth and
Per Mertesacker.

2006

 
The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Group A - The First Match:

9.6.2006, München (GER) - FIFA WM Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Costa Rica (CRC)  4:2 (2:1).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Philipp Lahm - Torsten Frings, Tim Borowski (72. Sebastian Kehl) -
Bernd Schneider (90. David Odonkor), Bastian Schweinsteiger -
Miroslav Klose (79. Oliver Neuville), Lukas Podolski - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 1:0 Philipp Lahm (6.), 1:1 Paulo César WANCHOPE Watson (12.),
       2:1 Miroslav Klose (17.), 3:1 Miroslav Klose (61.),
       3:2 Paulo César WANCHOPE Watson (73.) and 4:2 Torsten Frings (87.).
Referee: Horacio Marcelo Elizondo (ARG). Attendance: 59.400.

The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Group A - The Second Match:

14.6.2006, Dortmund (GER) - FIFA WM Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Poland (POL)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich (63. David Odonkor), Per Mertesacker,
Christoph Metzelder, Philipp Lahm - Bernd Schneider, Torsten Frings,
Michael Ballack, Bastian Schweinsteiger (77. Tim Borowski) - Miroslav Klose,
Lukas Podolski (70. Oliver Neuville) - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goal: 1:0 Oliver Neuville (90.).
Referee: Luis Medina Cantalejo (ESP). Attendance: 65.000.

The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Group A - The Third and Last Match:

20.6.2006, Berlin (GER) - Olympiastadion.
Ecuador (ECU) - Germany (GER)  0:3 (0:2).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Robert Huth, Philipp Lahm -
Torsten Frings (66. Tim Borowski) - Bernd Schneider (73. Gerald Asamoah),
Bastian Schweinsteiger - Michael Ballack - Miroslav Klose (66. Oliver Neuville),
Lukas Podolski - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 0:1 Miroslav Klose (4.), 0:2 Miroslav Klose (44.) and
       0:3 Lukas Podolski (57.).
Referee: Valentin Ivanov (RUS). Attendance: 72.000.

The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Second Round:

24.6.2006, München (GER) - FIFA WM Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Sweden (SWE)  2:0 (2:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Philipp Lahm - Bernd Schneider, Torsten Frings (85. Sebastian Kehl),
Michael Ballack, Bastian Schweinsteiger (72. Tim Borowski) - Miroslav Klose,
Lukas Podolski (74. Oliver Neuville) - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 1:0 Lukas Podolski (4.) and 2:0 Lukas Podolski (12.).
Referee: Carlos Eugênio Símon (BRA). Attendance: 66.000.

The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Quarter-Final:

30.6.2006, Berlin (GER) - Olympiastadion.
Germany (GER) - Argentina (ARG)  1:1 (1:1, 0:0) after extra-time. Penalty Shoot-out: 4:2.
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Philipp Lahm - Bernd Schneider (62. David Odonkor), Torsten Frings, Michael Ballack,
Bastian Schweinsteiger (74. Tim Borowski) - Miroslav Klose (86. Oliver Neuville),
Lukas Podolski - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 0:1 Roberto Fabian Ayala (49.) and 1:1 Miroslav Klose (80.).
Penalty Shoot-out: 1:0 Oliver Neuville, 1:1 Julio Ricardo Cruz, 2:1 Michael Ballack,
                   2:1 Roberto Fabian Ayala (saved), 3:1 Lukas Podolski,
                   3:2 Maximiliano Rubén 'Maxi' Rodríguez, 4:2 Tim Borowski and
                   4:2 Esteban Matías CAMBIASSO Deleau (saved).
Referee: Luboš Michel (SVK). Attendance: 72.000.

The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Semi-Final:

4.7.2006, Dortmund (GER) - FIFA WM Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Italy (ITA)  0:2 (0:0, 0:0) after extra-time.
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Philipp Lahm - Bernd Schneider (83. David Odonkor), Sebastian Kehl, Michael Ballack,
Tim Borowski (73. Bastian Schweinsteiger) - Miroslav Klose (111. Oliver Neuville),
Lukas Podolski - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 0:1 Fabio Grosso (119.) and 0:2 Alessandro Del Piero (120.).
Referee: Benito Armando Archundia Tellez (MEX). Attendance: 65.000.

The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Third Place Play-Off:

8.7.2006, Stuttgart (GER) - Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Portugal (POR)  3:1 (0:0).
Germany: Oliver Kahn - Philipp Lahm, Jens Nowotny, Christoph Metzelder,
Marcell Jansen - Bernd Schneider, Torsten Frings, Sebastian Kehl,
Bastian Schweinsteiger (79. Thomas Hitzlsperger) - Miroslav Klose (65. Oliver Neuville),
Lukas Podolski (71. Mike Hanke) - Coach: Jürgen Klinsmann.
Goals: 1:0 Bastian Schweinsteiger (56.), 2:0 PETIT Armando Gonçalves Teixeira (61., Own goal),
       3:0 Bastian Schweinsteiger (78.) and 3:1 NUNO Miguel Soares Pereira Ribeiro GOMES (88.).
Referee: Toru Kamikawa (JPN). Attendance: 52.000.

The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

7 Matches: Miroslav Klose, Philipp Lahm, Oliver Neuville, Lukas Podolski,
Bernd Schneider and Bastian Schweinsteiger - 6 Matches: Tim Borowski,
Arne Friedrich, Torsten Frings, Jens Lehmann, Christoph Metzelder and
Per Mertesacker - 5 Matches: Michael Ballack - 4 Matches: Sebastian Kehl and
David Odonkor - 1 Match: Gerald Asamoah, Mike Hanke, Thomas Hitzlsperger,
Robert Huth, Marcell Jansen Oliver Kahn and Jens Nowotny.

The XVIII. FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany (GER) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

5 Goals: Miroslav Klose - 3 Goals: Lukas Podolski - 2 Goals: Bastian Schweinsteiger -
1 Goal: Torsten Frings, Philipp Lahm and Oliver Neuville.

Plus the Own goal from PETIT Armando Gonçalves Teixeira (POR). 

2008

The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The First Match:
 
2.9.2006, Stuttgart (GER) - Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Republic of Ireland (IRL)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Philipp Lahm, Arne Friedrich, Manuel Friedrich,
Marcell Jansen - Bernd Schneider (84. Tim Borowski), Torsten Frings, Michael Ballack,
Bastian Schweinsteiger - Miroslav Klose, Lukas Podolski (76. Oliver Neuville) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 1:0 Lukas Podolski (57.).
Referee: Luis Medina Cantalejo (ESP). Attendance: 53.200.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Second Match:
 
6.9.2006, Serravalle (SMR) - Stadio Olimpico.
San Marino (SMR) - Germany (GER)   0:13 (0:6).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Philipp Lahm, Arne Friedrich, Manuel Friedrich,
Marcell Jansen - Bernd Schneider, Torsten Frings (62. Thomas Hitzlsperger),
Michael Ballack (46. David Odonkor), Bastian Schweinsteiger -
Miroslav Klose (46. Gerald Asamoah), Lukas Podolski - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Lukas Podolski (12.), 0:2 Bastian Schweinsteiger (29.),
       0:3 Miroslav Klose (30.), 0:4 Michael Ballack (35.), 0:5 Lukas Podolski (43.),
       0:6 Miroslav Klose (45.), 0:7 Bastian Schweinsteiger (47.),
       0:8 Lukas Podolski (64.), 0:9 Thomas Hitzlsperger (66.),
       0:10 Lukas Podolski (71.), 0:11 Thomas Hitzlsperger (73.),
       0:12 Manuel Friedrich (87.) and 0:13 Bernd Schneider (90., Penalty).
Referee: SELÇUK Dereli (TUR). Attendance: 5.000.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Third Match:
 
11.10.2006, Bratislava (SVK) - Tehelné pole.
Slovakia (SVK) - Germany (GER)   1:4 (0:3).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Clemens Fritz, Arne Friedrich, Manuel Friedrich, Philipp Lahm -
Bernd Schneider (76. David Odonkor), Torsten Frings, Michael Ballack,
Bastian Schweinsteiger (76. Piotr Trochowski) - Miroslav Klose,
Lukas Podolski (85. Mike Hanke) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Lukas Podolski (13.), 0:2 Michael Ballack (25.),
       0:3 Bastian Schweinsteiger (36.), 1:3 Stanislav Varga (58.) and
       1:4 Lukas Podolski (72.).
Referee: Terje Hauge (NOR). Attendance: 21.000.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Fourth Match:
 
15.11.2006, Nicosia (CYP) - GS Pancypria.
Cyprus (CYP) - Germany (GER)   1:1 (1:1).
Germany: Timo Hildebrand - Clemens Fritz, Arne Friedrich, Manuel Friedrich,
Philipp Lahm - David Odonkor (80. Thomas Hitzlsperger), Torsten Frings,
Michael Ballack, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Miroslav Klose,
Oliver Neuville (62. Mike Hanke) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Michael Ballack (15.) and 1:1 Yiannakis Okkas (43.).
Referee: Peter Fröjdfeldt (SWE). Attendance: 15.000.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Fifth Match:
 
24.3.2007, Praha (CZE) - Toyota Arena.
Czech Republic (CZE) - Germany (GER)   1:2 (0:1).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Phillip Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Marcell Jansen - Torsten Frings, Michael Ballack - Bernd Schneider,
Bastian Schweinsteiger - Kevin Kuranyi, Lukas Podolski (89. Thomas Hitzlsperger) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Kevin Kuranyi (41.), 0:2 Kevin Kuranyi (62.) and 1:2 Milan Baroš (76.).
Referee: Roberto Rosetti (ITA). Attendance: 18.000.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Sixth Match:
 
2.6.2007, Nürnberg (GER) - easyCredit-Stadion.
Germany (GER) - San Marino (SMR)  6:0 (1:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Phillip Lahm (70. Patrick Helmes), Per Mertesacker,
Christoph Metzelder, Marcell Jansen - Torsten Frings -
Roberto Hilbert (59. Clemens Fritz), Thomas Hitzlsperger - Bernd Schneider -
Miroslav Klose, Kevin Kuranyi (59. Mario GÓMEZ García) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Kevin Kuranyi (45.), 2:0 Marcell Jansen (52.),
       3:0 Torsten Frings (54., Penalty), 4:0 Mario GÓMEZ García (63.),
       5:0 Mario GÓMEZ García (65.) and 6:0 Clemens Fritz (67.).
Referee: Tony Asumaa (FRA). Attendance: 44.000.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Seventh Match:
 
6.6.2007, Hamburg (GER) - AOL-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Slovakia (SVK)  2:1 (2:1).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Phillip Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Marcell Jansen - Torsten Frings - Clemens Fritz, Thomas Hitzlsperger -
Bernd Schneider (90. Simon Rolfes) - Miroslav Klose (74. Piotr Trochowski),
Kevin Kuranyi (65. Mario GÓMEZ García) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Ján Durica (10., Own goal), 1:1 Christoph Metzelder (20., Own goal) and
       2:1 Thomas Hitzlsperger (43.).
Referee: OLEGÁRIO Manuel Bartolo Faustino BENQUERENÇA (POR). Attendance: 51.500.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Eighth Match:
 
8.9.2007, Cardiff (WAL) - Millenium Stadium.
Wales (WAL) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:1).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Christian Pander (46. Piotr Trochowski) - Thomas Hitzlsperger - Roberto Hilbert,
Bastian Schweinsteiger, Marcell Jansen - Kevin Kuranyi (73. Lukas Podolski),
Miroslav Klose (87. Patrick Helmes) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Miroslav Klose (5.) and 0:2 Miroslav Klose (60.).
Referee: Manuel Enrique Mejuto González (ESP). Attendance: 31.000.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Ninth Match:
 
13.10.2007, Dublin (IRL) - Croke Park.
Republic of Ireland (IRL) - Germany (GER)  0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Marcell Jansen - Bastian Schweinsteiger (18. Simon Rolfes), Torsten Frings -
Clemens Fritz, Piotr Trochowski (90. Gonzalo CASTRO Randon) - Kevin Kuranyi,
Mario GÓMEZ García (64. Lukas Podolski) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: None.
Referee: Martin Hansson (SWE). Attendance: 67.495.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Tenth Match:
 
17.10.2007, München (GER) - Allianz Arena.
Germany (GER) - Czech Republic (CZE)  0:3 (0:2).
Germany: Timo Hildebrand - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker,
Christoph Metzelder (46. Clemens Fritz), Marcell Jansen -
Bastian Schweinsteiger (65. Mario GÓMEZ García), Torsten Frings -
David Odonkor, Piotr Trochowski (46. Simon Rolfes) - Kevin Kuranyi,
Lukas Podolski - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Libor Sionko (2.), 0:2 Marek Matejovsky (23.) and
       0:3 Jaroslav Plašil (64.).
Referee: Howard Melton Webb (ENG). Attendance: 66.400.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Eleventh Match:
 
17.11.2007, Hannover (GER) - AWD-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Cyprus (CYP)  4:0 (2:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Phillip Lahm - Thomas Hitzlsperger - Clemens Fritz (77. Roberto Hilbert),
Piotr Trochowski (66. Tim Borowski), Lukas Podolski - Miroslav Klose,
Mario GÓMEZ García (73. Mike Hanke) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Clemens Fritz (2.), 2:0 Miroslav Klose (20.), 3:0 Lukas Podolski (53.) and
       4:0 Thomas Hitzlsperger (82.).
Referee: Peter Rasmussen (DEN). Attendance: 45.016.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group D - The Twelfth and Last Match:
 
21.11.2007, Frankfurt (GER) - Commerzbank-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Wales (WAL)  0:0 (0:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Gonzalo CASTRO Randon (56. Roberto Hilbert), Per Mertesacker,
Christoph Metzelder, Phillip Lahm - Tim Borowski,
Thomas Hitzlsperger (46. Simon Rolfes) - Clemens Fritz, Lukas Podolski -
Mario GÓMEZ García (71. Oliver Neuville), Miroslav Klose - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: None.
Referee: Pavel Cristian Balaj (ROM). Attendance: 49.262.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:
 
10 Matches: Jens Lehmann (5 - 5) - 9 Matches: Torsten Frings (4 - 5),
Miroslav Klose (5 - 4), Philipp Lahm (5 - 4) and Lukas Podolski (4 - 5) -
8 Matches: Arne Friedrich (3 - 5), Clemens Fritz (5 - 3), Thomas Hitzlsperger (4 - 4),
Marcell Jansen (4 - 4), Per Mertesacker (5 - 3), Christoph Metzelder (5 - 3) and
Bastian Schweinsteiger (2 - 6) - 6 Matches: Mario GÓMEZ García (5 - 1),
Kevin Kuranyi (3 - 3), Bernd Schneider (3 - 3) and Piotr Trochowski (3 - 3) -
5 Matches: Michael Ballack (1 - 4) - 4 Matches: Manuel Friedrich (1 - 3),
Roberto Hilbert (3 - 1), David Odonkor (1 - 3) and Simon Rolfes (3 - 1) -
3 Matches: Tim Borowski (3 - 0), Mike Hanke (1 - 2) and Oliver Neuville (2 - 1) -
2 Matches: Gonzalo CASTRO Randon (1 - 1), Patrick Helmes (1 - 1) and
Timo Hildebrand (1 - 1) - 1 Match: Gerald Asamoah (0 - 1) and Christian Pander (0 - 1).
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:
 
8 Goals: Lukas Podolski (2 - 6) - 5 Goals: Miroslav Klose (1 - 4) -
4 Goals: Thomas Hitzlsperger (2 - 2) - 3 Goals: Michael Ballack (0 - 3),
Kevin Kuranyi (1 - 2) and Bastian Schweinsteiger (0 - 3) -
2 Goals: Clemens Fritz (2 - 0) and Mario GÓMEZ García (2 - 0) -
1 Goal: Manuel Friedrich (0 - 1), Torsten Frings (1 - 0), Marcell Jansen (1 - 0) and
Bernd Schneider (0 - 1).
 
Plus the Own goal from Ján Durica (SVK - 1 - 0).


The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Final Tournament - The Group B - The First Match:
 
8.6.2008, Klagenfurt (AUT) - Wörtherseestadion.
Germany (GER) - Poland (POL)  2:0 (1:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Marcell Jansen - Torsten Frings, Michael Ballack - Clemens Fritz (55. Bastian Schweinsteiger),
Lukas Podolski - Miroslav Klose (90. Kevin Dennis Kuranyi),
Mario GÓMEZ García (75. Thomas Hitzlsperger) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Lukas Podolski (20.) and 2:0 Lukas Podolski (72.).
Referee: Tom Henning Øvrebø (NOR). Attendance: 30.000.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Final Tournament - The Group B - The Second Match:
 
12.6.2008, Klagenfurt (AUT) - Wörtherseestadion.
Croatia (CRO) - Germany (GER)  2:1 (1:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Marcell Jansen (46. David Odonkor) - Torsten Frings, Michael Ballack -
Clemens Fritz (82. Kevin Dennis Kuranyi), Lukas Podolski -
Mario GÓMEZ García (65. Bastian Schweinsteiger - Red Card - 90.),
Miroslav Klose - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Darijo Srna (24.), 2:0 Ivica Olic (62.) and 2:1 Lukas Podolski (79.).
Referee: Frank De Bleeckere (BEL). Attendance: 30.000.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Final Tournament - The Group B - The Third and Last Match:
 
16.6.2008, Wien (AUT) - Ernst-Happel-Stadion.
Austria (AUT) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:0).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Philipp Lahm - Torsten Frings, Michael Ballack - Clemens Fritz (90. Tim Borowski),
Lukas Podolski (83. Oliver Neuville) - Miroslav Klose,
Mario GÓMEZ García (60. Thomas Hitzlsperger) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 Michael Ballack (49.).
Referee: Manuel Enrique Mejuto González (ESP). Attendance: 51.428.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Final Tournament - The Quarter-Final:
 
19.6.2008, Basel (SUI) - St. Jakob-Park.
Portugal (POR) - Germany (GER)  2:3 (1:2).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Philipp Lahm - Thomas Hitzlsperger (73. Tim Borowski), Simon Rolfes -
Bastian Schweinsteiger (83. Clemens Fritz), Michael Ballack, Lukas Podolski -
Miroslav Klose (89. Marcell Jansen) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Bastian Schweinsteiger (22.), 0:2 Miroslav Klose (26.),
       1:2 NUNO Miguel Soares Pereira Ribeiro GOMES (40.), 1:3 Michael Ballack (61.) and
       2:3 HÉLDER Manuel Marques POSTIGA (87.).
Referee: Peter Fröjdfeldt (SWE). Attendance: 39.730.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:
 
25.6.2008, Basel (SUI) - St. Jakob-Park.
Germany (GER) - Turkey (AUS)  3:2 (1:1).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Philipp Lahm - Simon Rolfes (46. Torsten Frings), Thomas Hitzlsperger -
Bastian Schweinsteiger, Michael Ballack, Lukas Podolski -
Miroslav Klose (90. Marcell Jansen) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 UGUR Boral (22.), 1:1 Bastian Schweinsteiger (26.), 2:1 Miroslav Klose (79.),
       2:2 SEMIH Sentürk (86.) and 3:2 Philipp Lahm (90.).
Referee: Massimo Bussaca (SUI). Attendance: 39.374.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Final Tournament - The Final:
 
29.6.2008, Wien (AUT) - Ernst-Happel-Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Spain (ESP)  0:1 (0:1).
Germany: Jens Lehmann - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder,
Philipp Lahm (46. Marcell Jansen) - Torsten Frings,
Thomas Hitzlsperger (50. Kevin Dennis Kuranyi) - Bastian Schweinsteiger,
Michael Ballack, Lukas Podolski - Miroslav Klose (79. Mario GÓMEZ García) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 FERNANDO José TORRES Sanz (33.).
Referee: Roberto Rosetti (ITA). Attendance: 51.428.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:
 
6 Matches: Michael Ballack, Miroslav Klose, Philipp Lahm, Jens Lehmann, Per Mertesacker,
Christoph Metzelder and Lukas Podolski - 5 Matches: Torsten Frings, Thomas Hitzlsperger,
Marcell Jansen and Bastian Schweinsteiger - 4 Matches: Arne Friedrich, Clemens Fritz and
Mario GÓMEZ García - 3 Matches: Kevin Dennis Kuranyi - 2 Matches: Tim Borowski and
Simon Rolfes - 1 Match: Oliver Neuville and David Odonkor.
 
The XI. UEFA European Championships 2008 in Austria (AUT) and Switzerland (SUI) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:
 
3 Goals: Lukas Podolski - 2 Goals: Michael Ballack, Miroslav Klose and
Bastian Schweinsteiger - 1 Goal: Philipp Lahm.

2010

 
The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The First Match:

6.9.2008, Vaduz (LIE) - Rheinpark.
Liechtenstein (LIE) - Germany (GER)  0:6 (0:1).
Germany: Robert Enke - Clemens Fritz, Serdar Tasçi, Heiko Westermann, Philipp Lahm –
Simon Rolfes (69. Marko Marin) - Bastian Schweinsteiger, Thomas Hitzlsperger,
Piotr Trochowski - Miroslav Klose (65. Mario GÓMEZ García),
Lukas Podolski (76. Kevin Dennis Kuranyi) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Lukas Podolski (21.), 0:2 Lukas Podolski (48.), 0:3 Simon Rolfes (65.),
0:4 Bastian Schweinsteiger (66.), 0:5 Thomas Hitzlsperger (76.) and 0:6 Heiko Westermann (86.).
Referee: Duarte Nuno Pereira Gomes (POR). Attendance: 6.127.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The Second Match:

10.9.2008, Helsinki (FIN) - Olympiastadion.
Helsinki (FIN) - Germany (GER)  3:3 (2:2).
Germany: Robert Enke - Clemens Fritz (82. Andreas Hinkel), Serdar Tasçi,
Heiko Westermann, Philipp Lahm - Simon Rolfes (82. Patrick Helmes),
Thomas Hitzlsperger (69. Mario GÓMEZ García) - Bastian Schweinsteiger,
Piotr Trochowski - Miroslav Klose, Lukas Podolski - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Jonatan Lillebror Johansson (32.), 1:1 Miroslav Klose (38.),
2:1 Mika Väyrynen (43.), 2:2 Miroslav Klose (45.), 3:2 Daniel Sjölund (53.) and
3:3 Miroslav Klose (83.).
Referee: Viktor Kassai (HUN). Attendance: 38.000.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The Third Match:

11.10.2008, Dortmund (GER) - Signal-Iduna-Park.
Germany (GER) - Russia (RUS)  2:1 (2:0).
Germany: René Adler - Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Heiko Westermann, Philipp Lahm –
Bastian Schweinsteiger, Michael Ballack, Thomas Hitzlsperger (90. Simon Rolfes),
Piotr Trochowski (83. Torsten Frings) - Miroslav Klose (71. Mario GÓMEZ García),
Lukas Podolski - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Lukas Podolski (9.), 2:0 Michael Ballack (28.) and
2:1 Andrei Sergeyevich Arshavin (51.).
Referee: Peter Fröjdfeldt (SWE). Attendance: 65.607.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The Fourth Match:

15.10.2008, Mönchengladbach (GER) - Stadion im Borussia-Park.
Germany (GER) - Wales (WAL)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: René Adler - Arne Friedrich (64. Clemens Fritz), Per Mertesacker,
Heiko Westermann, Philipp Lahm - Bastian Schweinsteiger, Michael Ballack,
Thomas Hitzlsperger, Piotr Trochowski - Miroslav Klose (46. Patrick Helmes),
Lukas Podolski (82. Mario GÓMEZ García) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 1:0 Piotr Trochowski (72.).
Referee: Laurent Duhamel (FRA). Attendance: 44.500.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The Fifth Match:

28.3.2009, Leipzig (GER) - Zentralstadion.
Germany (GER) - Liechtenstein (LIE)  4:0 (2:0).
Germany: Robert Enke - Andreas Beck, Per Mertesacker, Serdar Tasçi, Phillip Lahm –
Michael Ballack, Thomas Hitzlsperger (78. Marko Marin) –
Bastian Schweinsteiger (88. Simon Rolfes), Marcell Jansen (64. Patrick Helmes) –
Mario GÓMEZ García, Lukas Podolski - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Michael Ballack (4.), 2:0 Marcell Jansen (9.),
3:0 Bastian Schweinsteiger (48.) and 4:0 Lukas Podolski (50.).
Referee: Ihor Ishchenko (UKR). Attendance: 43.000.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The Sixth Match:

1.4.2009, Cardiff (WAL) - Millenium Stadium.
Wales (WAL) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:1).
Germany: Robert Enke - Andreas Beck, Per Mertesacker, Serdar Tasçi, Phillip Lahm –
Simon Rolfes (79. Heiko Westermann), Thomas Hitzlsperger –
Bastian Schweinsteiger (86. Patrick Helmes), Michael Ballack,
Lukas Podolski (72. Piotr Trochowski) - Mario GÓMEZ García - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Michael Ballack (11.) and 0:2 Ashley Errol Williams (48., Own goal).
Referee: Terje Hauge (NOR). Attendance: 26.064.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The Seventh Match:

12.8.2009, Baki (AZB) - Tofik Bakhramov Stadium.
Azerbaijan (AZB) - Germany (GER)  0:2 (0:1).
Germany: Robert Enke - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Serdar Tasçi, Marcel Schäfer –
Michael Ballack, Thomas Hitzlsperger - Bastian Schweinsteiger,
Piotr Trochowski (77. Marcell Jansen) –
Miroslav Klose (75. CACAU Jeronimo Maria Barreto Claudemir da Silva),
Mario GÓMEZ García (84. Mesut Özil) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Bastian Schweinsteiger (12.) and 0:2 Miroslav Klose (54.).
Referee: Alan Kelly (IRL). Attendance: 30.000.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The Eighth Match:

9.9.2009, Hannover (GER) - AWD-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Azerbaijan (AZB)  4:0 (1:0).
Germany: René Adler - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Heiko Westermann,
Marcel Schäfer (46. Andreas Beck) - Michael Ballack, Thomas Hitzlsperger –
Bastian Schweinsteiger (67. Piotr Trochowski), Mesut Özil, Lukas Podolski –
Mario GÓMEZ García (46. Miroslav Klose) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Michael Ballack (14., Penalty), 2:0 Miroslav Klose (55.),
3:0 Miroslav Klose (66.) and 4:0 Lukas Podolski (71.).
Referee: Anastasios Kakos (GRE). Attendance: 35.369.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The Ninth Match:

10.10.2009, Moskva (RUS) - Luzhniki Stadium.
Russia (RUS) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:1).
Germany: René Adler - Jérôme Boateng (Second Yellow Card - 69.), Per Mertesacker,
Heiko Westermann, Philipp Lahm - Michael Ballack, Simon Rolfes - Bastian Schweinsteiger,
Mesut Özil (72. Arne Friedrich), Lukas Podolski (86. Piotr Trochowski) –
Miroslav Klose (89. Mario GÓMEZ García) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Miroslav Klose (34.).
Referee: Massimo Bussaca (SUI). Attendance: 75.000.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The Group 4 - The Tenth and Last Match:

14.10.2009, Hamburg (GER) - HSH Nordbank Arena.
Germany (GER) - Finland (FIN)  1:1 (0:1).
Germany: René Adler - Andreas Beck, Arne Friedrich, Heiko Westermann, Philipp Lahm –
Thomas Hitzlsperger (46. Christian Gentner) - Michael Ballack (46. Mesut Özil),
Piotr Trochowski - CACAU Jeronimo Maria Barreto Claudemir da Silva,
Mario GÓMEZ García (77. Miroslav Klose), Lukas Podolski - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Jonatan Lillebror Johansson (11.) and 1:1 Lukas Podolski (90.).
Referee: Martin Atkinson (ENG). Attendance: 51.500.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

10 Matches: Mario GÓMEZ García (5 - 5) and Philipp Lahm (5 - 5) –
9 Matches: Thomas Hitzlsperger (5 - 4), Lukas Podolski (5 - 4),
Bastian Schweinsteiger (4 - 5) and Piotr Trochowski (4 - 5) –
8 Matches: Michael Ballack (5 - 3), Miroslav Klose (4 - 4) and
Heiko Westermann (4 - 4) - 7 Matches: Per Mertesacker (4 - 4) –
6 Matches: Simon Rolfes (2 - 4) - 5 Matches: René Adler (4 - 1),
Robert Enke (1 - 4) and Serdar Tasçi (1 - 4) - 4 Matches: Andreas Beck (3 - 1),
Arne Friedrich (3 - 1), Patrick Helmes (2 - 2) and Mesut Özil (2 - 2) –
3 Matches: Clemens Fritz (1 - 2) - 2 Matches: CACAU Jeronimo Maria Barreto Claudemir da Silva (1 - 1),
Marcell Jansen (1 - 1), Marko Marin (1 - 1) and Marcel Schäfer (1 - 1) –
1 Match: Jérôme Boateng (0 - 1), Torsten Frings (1 - 0), Christian Gentner (1 - 0),
Andreas Hinkel (0 - 1) and Kevin Dennis Kuranyi (0 - 1).

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The European Qualifying Tournament –
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

7 Goals: Miroslav Klose (2 - 5) - 6 Goals: Lukas Podolski (4 - 2) –
4 Goals: Michael Ballack (3 - 1) - 3 Goals: Bastian Schweinsteiger (1 - 2) –
1 Goal: Thomas Hitzlsperger (0 - 1), Marcell Jansen (1 - 0), Simon Rolfes (0 - 1),
Piotr Trochowski (1 - 0) and Heiko Westermann (0 - 1).

Plus the Own goal from Ashley Errol Williams (WAL - 0 - 1).
 

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group D - The First Match:

13.6.2010, Durban (RSA) - Moses Mabhida Stadium.
Germany (GER) - Australia (AUS)  4:0 (2:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Arne Friedrich,
Holger Badstuber - Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller,
Mesut Özil (74. Mario GÓMEZ García), Lukas Podolski (81. Marko Marin) -
Miroslav Klose (68. CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Lukas Podolski (8.), 2:0 Miroslav Klose (26.), 3:0 Thomas Müller (68.) and
       4:0 CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto (70.).
Referee: Marco Antonio Rodríguez Moreno (MEX). Attendance: 62.660.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group D - The Second Match:

18.6.2010, Port Elizabeth (RSA) - Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.
Germany (GER) - Serbia (SRB)  0:1 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Arne Friedrich,
Holger Badstuber (77. Mario GÓMEZ García) - Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger -
Thomas Müller (70. Marko Marin), Mesut Özil (70. CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto),
Lukas Podolski - Miroslav Klose (Second Yellow Card - 37.) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 Milan Jovanović (38.).
Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco (ESP). Attendance: 38.294.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The Group D - The Third and Last Match:

23.6.2010, Johannesburg (RSA) - Soccer City.
Ghana (GHA) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Arne Friedrich,
Jérôme Boateng (73. Marcell Jansen) - Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger (81. Toni Kroos) -
Thomas Müller (67. Piotr Trochowski), Lukas Podolski - Mesut Özil -
CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 Mesut Özil (60.).
Referee: Carlos Eugênio Simon (BRA). Attendance: 83.391.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The Second Round:

27.6.2010, Bloemfontein (RSA) - Free State Stadium.
Germany (GER) - England (ENG)  4:1 (2:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Arne Friedrich, Jérôme Boateng -
Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller (72. Piotr Trochowski),
Lukas Podolski - Mesut Özil (83. Stefan Kießling) - Miroslav Klose (72. Mario GÓMEZ García) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Miroslav Klose (20.), 2:0 Lukas Podolski (37.), 2:1 Matthew James Upson (37.),
       3:1 Thomas Müller (67.) and 4:1 Thomas Müller (70.).
Referee: Jorge Luis LARRIONDA Pietrafesa (URU). Attendance: 40.150.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The Quarter-Final:

3.7.2010, Cape Town (RSA) - Cape Town Stadium.
Argentina (ARG) - Germany (GER)  0:4 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Arne Friedrich,
Jérôme Boateng (72. Marcell Jansen) - Sami Khedira (77. Toni Kroos),
Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller (84. Piotr Trochowski), Mesut Özil,
Lukas Podolski - Miroslav Klose - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Thomas Müller (3.), 0:2 Miroslav Klose (67.), 0:3 Arne Friedrich (74.) and
       0:4 Miroslav Klose (88.).
Referee: Ravshan Sayfiddinovich Irmatov (UZB). Attendance: 64.100.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The Semi-Final:

7.7.2010, Durban (RSA) - Moses Mabhida Stadium.
Germany (GER) - Spain (ESP)  0:1 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Arne Friedrich,
Jérôme Boateng (52. Marcell Jansen) - Sami Khedira (81. Mario GÓMEZ García),
Bastian Schweinsteiger - Piotr Trochowski (62. Toni Kroos), Mesut Özil,
Lukas Podolski - Miroslav Klose - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 Carles PUYOL i Saforcada (73.).
Referee: Viktor Kassai (HUN). Attendance: 60.960.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The Third Place Play-Off:

10.7.2010, Port Elizabeth (RSA) - Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.
Uruguay (URU) - Germany (GER)  2:3 (1:1).
Germany: Hans-Jörg Butt - Jérôme Boateng, Per Mertesacker, Arne Friedrich,
Dennis Aogo - Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller,
Mesut Özil (90. Serdar Tasçi), Marcell Jansen (81. Toni Kroos) -
CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto (73. Stefan Kießling) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Thomas Müller (19.), 1:1 Edinson Roberto CAVANI Gómez (28.),
       2:1 Diego Martín FORLÁN Corazo (51.), 2:2 Marcell Jansen (56.) and
       2:3 Sami Khedira (82.).
Referee: Benito Armando ARCHUNDIA Téllez). Attendance: 36.254.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

7 Matches: Arne Friedrich, Sami Khedira, Per Mertesacker, Mesut Özil and
Bastian Schweinsteiger - 6 Matches: Philipp Lahm, Thomas Müller,
Manuel Neuer and Lukas Podolski - 5 Matches: Jérôme Boateng and Miroslav Klose -
4 Matches: CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto, Mario GÓMEZ García, Marcell Jansen,
Toni Kroos and Piotr Trochowski - 2 Matches: Holger Badstuber, Stefan Kießling and
Marko Marin - 1 Match: Dennis Aogo, Hans-Jörg Butt and Serdar Tasçi.

The XIX. FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa (RSA) - The Final Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

5 Goals: Thomas Müller - 4 Goals: Miroslav Klose - 2 Goals: Lukas Podolski -
1 Goal: CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto, Arne Friedrich, Marcell Jansen,
Sami Khedira and Mesut Özil.

2012

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The First Match:

3.9.2010, Bruxelles (BEL) - Stade Roi Baudouin.
Belgium (BEL) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Holger Badstuber,
Marcell Jansen (46. Heiko Westermann) - Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger -
Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil (88. CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto),
Lukas Podolski (70. Toni Kroos) - Miroslav Klose - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 Miroslav Klose (51.).
Referee: Terje Hauge (NOR). Attendance: 47.000.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The Second Match:

7.9.2010, Köln (GER) - RheinEnergieStadion.
Germany (GER) - Azerbaijan (AZB)  6:1 (3:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Sascha Riether, Per Mertesacker (11. Heiko Westermann),
Holger Badstuber, Philipp Lahm - Sami Khedira,
Bastian Schweinsteiger (78. CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto) -
Thomas Müller (62. Marko Marin), Mesut Özil, Lukas Podolski - Miroslav Klose -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Heiko Westermann (28.), 2:0 Lukas Podolski (45.), 3:0 Miroslav Klose (45.),
       4:0 Resad Ferhad oglu Sadiqov (53., Own goal), 4:1 Vaqif Füzuli oglu Cavadov (57.),
       5:1 Holger Badstuber (86.) and 6:1 Miroslav Klose (90.).
Referee: Markus Strömbergsson (SWE). Attendance: 43.751.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The Third Match:

8.10.2010, Berlin (GER) - Olympiastadion.
Germany (GER) - Turkey (TUR)  3:0 (1:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Holger Badstuber, Heiko Westermann -
Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil (90. Marko Marin),
Lukas Podolski (86. Christian Träsch) - Miroslav Klose (90. CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Miroslav Klose (42.), 2:0 Mesut Özil (79.) and 3:0 Miroslav Klose (87.).
Referee: Howard Melton Webb (ENG). Attendance: 74.244.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The Fourth Match:

12.10.2010, Astana (KAZ) - Astana Arena.
Kazakhstan (KAZ) - Germany (GER)  0:3 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Holger Badstuber,
Heiko Westermann - Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller (70. Marko Marin),
Mesut Özil (79. CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto), Lukas Podolski -
Miroslav Klose (55. Mario GÓMEZ García) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Miroslav Klose (48.), 0:2 Mario GÓMEZ García (76.) and 0:3 Lukas Podolski (85.).
Referee: Alexandru Dan Tudor (ROM). Attendance: 20.000.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The Fifth Match:

26.3.2011, Kaiserslautern (GER) - Fritz-Walter-Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Kazakhstan (KAZ)  4:0 (3:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Holger Badstuber, Dennis Aogo -
Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger (78. Toni Kroos) - Thomas Müller (78. Mario Götze),
Mesut Özil, Lukas Podolski (65. Mario GÓMEZ García) - Miroslav Klose - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Miroslav Klose (3.), 2:0 Thomas Müller (25.), 3:0 Thomas Müller (43.) and
       4:0 Miroslav Klose (88.).
Referee: Aleksandar Stavrev (MAC). Attendance: 47.849.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The Sixth Match:

3.6.2011, Wien (AUT) - Ernst-Happel-Stadion.
Austria (AUT) - Germany (GER)  1:2 (1:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Arne Friedrich, Mats Hummels, Marcel Schmelzer -
Sami Khedira (69. Holger Badstuber), Toni Kroos (90. Dennis Aogo) - Thomas Müller,
Mesut Özil, Lukas Podolski (67. André Schürrle) - Mario GÓMEZ García - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Mario GÓMEZ García (44.), 1:1 Arne Friedrich (50., Own goal) and
       1:2 Mario GÓMEZ García (90.).
Referee: Massimo Bussaca (SUI). Attendance: 47.500.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The Seventh Match:

7.6.2011, Baki (AZB) - Tofiq B?hramov adina Respublika Stadionu.
Azerbaijan (AZB) - Germany (GER)  1:3 (0:2).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Benedikt Höwedes, Mats Hummels, Holger Badstuber, Dennis Aogo -
Philipp Lahm, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller (88. Lewis Holtby), Mesut Özil (81. Mario Götze),
Lukas Podolski (76. André Schürrle) - Mario GÓMEZ García - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Mesut Özil (30.), 0:2 Mario GÓMEZ García (41.),
       1:2 Murad Saidovich Hüseynov (89.) and 1:3 André Schürrle (90.).
Referee: Michael Koukoulakis (GRE). Attendance: 30.000.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The Eighth Match:

2.9.2011, Gelsenkirchen (GER) - VELTINS-Arena
Germany (GER) - Austria (AUT)  6:2 (3:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Benedikt Höwedes (46. Jérôme Boateng), Holger Badstuber,
Mats Hummels, Philipp Lahm - Bastian Schweinsteiger, Toni Kroos (85. Mario Götze) -
Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil, Lukas Podolski (74. André Schürrle) - Miroslav Klose -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Miroslav Klose (8.), 2:0 Mesut Özil (23.), 3:0 Lukas Podolski (28.),
       3:1 Marko Arnautovic (42.), 4:1 Mesut Özil (47.), 4:2 Martin Harnik (51.),
       5:2 André Schürrle (84.) and 6:2 Mario Götze (89.).
Referee: Paolo Tagliavento (ITA (ITA). Attendance: 53.313.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The Ninth Match:

7.10.2011, Istanbul (TUR) - Türk Telekom Arena.
Turkey (TUR) - Germany (GER)  1:3 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng (74. Benedikt Höwedes), Per Mertesacker,
Holger Badstuber, Philipp Lahm - Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller,
Mario Götze (90. Marco Reus), Lukas Podolski (62. André Schürrle) -
Mario GÓMEZ García - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Mario GÓMEZ García (35.), 0:2 Thomas Müller (66.),
       1:2 HAKAN Kadir BALTA (79.) and 1:3 Bastian Schweinsteiger (86., Penalty).
Referee: Martin Atkinson (ENG). Attendance: 50.000.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The Group A - The Tenth Match:

11.10.2011, Düsseldorf (GER) - ESPRIT arena.
Germany (GER) - Belgium (BEL)  3:1 (2:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Benedikt Höwedes, Mats Hummels, Per Mertesacker,
Philipp Lahm (84. Ilkay Gündogan) - Sami Khedira - Thomas Müller (71. Marco Reus),
Mesut Özil, Toni Kroos, André Schürrle -
Mario GÓMEZ García (77. CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Mesut Özil (30.), 2:0 André Schürrle (33.), 3:0 Mario GÓMEZ García (48.) and
       3:1 Marouane Fellaini-Bakkioui (86.).
Referee: Svein Oddvar Moen (NOR). Attendance: 48.483.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

10 Matches: Philipp Lahm (5 - 5), Thomas Müller (5 - 5) and Manuel Neuer (5 - 5) -
9 Matches: Holger Badstuber (4 - 5), Mesut Özil (5 - 4) and Lukas Podolski (4 - 5) -
8 Matches: Sami Khedira (4 - 4) and Toni Kroos (4 - 4) -
7 Matches: Per Mertesacker (4 - 3) - 6 Matches: Mario GÓMEZ García (2 - 4) and
Miroslav Klose (4 - 2) - 5 Matches: CACAU Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto (3 - 2),
André Schürrle (2 - 3) and Bastian Schweinsteiger (3 - 2) -
4 Matches: Mario Götze (2 - 2), Benedikt Höwedes (2 - 2), Mats Hummels (2 - 2) and
Heiko Westermann (2 - 2) - 3 Matches: Dennis Aogo (1 - 2) and Marko Marin (2 - 1) -
2 Matches: Jérôme Boateng (1 - 1) and Marco Reus (1 - 1) -
1 Match: Arne Friedrich (0 - 1), Ilkay Gündogan (1 - 0), Lewis Holtby (0 - 1),
Marcell Jansen (0 - 1), Sascha Riether (1 - 0), Marcel Schmelzer (0 - 1) and
Christian Träsch (1 - 0).

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Qualifying Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

9 Goals: Miroslav Klose (7 - 2) - 6 Goals: Mario GÓMEZ García (1 - 5) -
5 Goals: Mesut Özil (4 - 1) - 3 Goals: Thomas Müller (2 - 1), Lukas Podolski (2 - 1) and
André Schürrle (2 - 1) - 1 Goal: Holger Badstuber (1 - 0), Mario Götze (1 - 0),
Bastian Schweinsteiger (0 - 1) and Heiko Westermann (1 - 0).

Plus the Own goal from Resad Ferhad oglu Sadiqov (AZB - 1 - 0).


The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Final Tournament - The Group B - The First Match:

9.6.2012, Lviv (UKR) - Arena Lviv.
Germany (GER) - Portugal (POR)  1:0 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Holger Badstuber, Philipp Lahm -
Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller (90. Lars Bender),
Mesut Özil (87. Toni Kroos), Lukas Podolski - Mario GÓMEZ García (80. Miroslav Klose) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 1:0 Mario GÓMEZ García (72.).
Referee: Stéphane Laurent Lannoy (FRA). Attendance: 32.990.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Final Tournament - The Group B - The Second Match:

13.6.2012, Kharkiv (UKR) - Metalist Oblast Sports Complex.
Netherlands (HOL) - Germany (GER)  1:2 (0:2).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Holger Badstuber, Philipp Lahm -
Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller (90. Lars Bender),
Mesut Özil (81. Toni Kroos), Lukas Podolski - Mario GÓMEZ García (72. Miroslav Klose) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Mario GÓMEZ García (24.), 0:2 Mario GÓMEZ García (38.) and
       1:2 Robin van Persie (73.).
Referee: Jonas Eriksson (SWE). Attendance: 37.750.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Final Tournament - The Group B - The Third and Last Match:

17.6.2012, Lviv (UKR) - Arena Lviv.
Denmark (DEN) - Germany (GER)  1:2 (1:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Lars Bender, Mats Hummels, Holger Badstuber, Philipp Lahm -
Sami Khedira, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller (84. Toni Kroos), Mesut Özil,
Lukas Podolski (64. André Schürrle) - Mario GÓMEZ García (74. Miroslav Klose) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Lukas Podolski (19.), 1:1 Michael Krohn-Dehli (24.) and 1:2 Lars Bender (80.).
Referee: Carlos Velasco Carballo (ESP). Attendance: 32.990.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Final Tournament - The Quarter-Final:

22.6.2012, Gdańsk (POL) - PGE Arena Gdańsk.
Germany (GER) - Greece (GER)  4:2 (1:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Holger Badstuber, Philipp Lahm -
Bastian Schweinsteiger, Sami Khedira - Marco Reus (80. Mario Götze), Mesut Özil,
André Schürrle (67. Thomas Müller) - Miroslav Klose (80. Mario GÓMEZ García) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Philipp Lahm (39.), 1:1 Georgios Samaras (55.), 2:1 Sami Khedira (61.),
       3:1 Miroslav Klose (68.), 4:1 Marco Reus (74.) and 4:2 Dimitris Salpingidis (89., Penalty).
Referee: Damir Skomina (SLO). Attendance: 38.751.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:

29.6.2012, Warszawa (POL) - Stadion Narodowy w Warszawie.
Germany (GER) - Italy (ITA)  1:2 (0:2).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng (71. Thomas Müller), Mats Hummels, Holger Badstuber,
Philipp Lahm - Bastian Schweinsteiger, Sami Khedira - Mesut Özil, Toni Kroos,
Lukas Podolski (46. Marco Reus) - Mario GÓMEZ García (46. Miroslav Klose) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Mario Barwuah Balotelli (20.), 0:2 Mario Barwuah Balotelli (36.) and
       1:2 Mesut Özil (90., Penalty).
Referee: Stéphane Laurent Lannoy (FRA). Attendance: 55.540.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

5 Matches: Holger Badstuber, Mario GÓMEZ García, Mats Hummels, Sami Khedira,
Miroslav Klose, Philipp Lahm, Thomas Müller, Manuel Neuer, Mesut Özil and
Bastian Schweinsteiger - 4 Matches: Jérôme Boateng, Toni Kroos and Lukas Podolski -
3 Matches: Lars Bender - 2 Matches: Marco Reus und André Schürrle - 1 Match: Mario Götze.

The XII. UEFA European Championship 2012 in Poland (POL) and Ukraine (UKR) -
The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

3 Goals: Mario GÓMEZ García - 1 Goal: Lars Bender, Sami Khedira, Miroslav Klose,
Philipp Lahm, Mesut Özil, Lukas Podolski and Marco Reus.

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The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Match Details:

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The First Match:

7.9.2012, Hannover (GER) - AWD-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Faroe Islands (FAR)  3:0 (1:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Mats Hummels, Holger Badstuber -
Sami Khedira - Thomas Müller (68. André Schürrle), Mario Götze (87. Julian Draxler),
Mesut Özil, Marco Reus - Miroslav Klose (75. Lukas Podolski) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Mario Götze (28.), 2:0 Mesut Özil (54.) and 3:0 Mesut Özil (71.).
Referee: Robert 'Bobby' Madden (SCO). Attendance: 32.769.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Second Match:

11.9.2012, Wien (AUT) - Ernst-Happel-Stadion.
Austria (GER) - Germany (GER)  1:2 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Mats Hummels, Holger Badstuber, Marcel Schmelzer -
Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil, Marco Reus (46. Mario Götze) -
Miroslav Klose (75. Lukas Podolski) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Marco Reus (44.), 0:2 Mesut Özil (52., Penalty) and 1:2 Zlatko Junuzović (57.).
Referee: Björn Kuipers (HOL). Attendance: 47.000.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Third Match:

12.10.2012, Dublin (IRL) - Aviva Stadium.
Republic of Ireland (IRL) - Germany (GER)  1:6 (0:2).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng, Per Mertesacker, Holger Badstuber, Marcel Schmelzer -
Sami Khedira (46. Toni Kroos), Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil,
Marco Reus (66. Lukas Podolski) - Miroslav Klose (72. André Schürrle) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Marco Reus (32.), 0:2 Marco Reus (40.), 0:3 Mesut Özil (55., Penalty),
       0:4 Miroslav Klose (58.), 0:5 Toni Kroos (61.), 0:6 Toni Kroos (83.) and
       1:6 Andrew Declan 'Andy' Keogh (90.).
Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (ITA). Attendance: 40.000.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Fourth Match:

16.10.2012, Berlin (GER) - Olympiastadion.
Germany (GER) - Sweden (SWE)  4:4 (3:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng, Per Mertesacker, Holger Badstuber, Philipp Lahm -
Toni Kroos, Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller (67. Mario Götze), Mesut Özil,
Marco Reus (88. Lukas Podolski) - Miroslav Klose - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Miroslav Klose (8.), 2:0 Miroslav Klose (15.), 3:0 Per Mertesacker (39.),
       4:0 Mesut Özil (55.), 4:1 Zlatan Ibrahimović (62.), 4:2 Carl Mikael Lustig (64.),
       4:3 Johan Erik Calvin Elmander (76.) and 4:4 Rasmus Cristoffer Elm (90.).
Referee: PEDRO PROENÇA Oliveira Alves Garcia (POR). Attendance: 72.369.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Fifth Match:

22.3.2013, Astana (KAZ) - Astana Arena.
Kazakhstan (KAZ) - Germany (GER)  0:3 (0:2).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Benedikt Höwedes, Marcel Schmelzer -
Sami Khedira (82. İlkay Gündoğan), Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller (82. André Schürrle),
Mesut Özil, Julian Draxler (19. Lukas Podolski) - Mario Götze - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Thomas Müller (20.), 0:2 Mario Götze (22.) and 0:3 Thomas Müller (74.).
Referee: Anastassios Kakos (GRE). Attendance: 30.000.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Sixth Match:

26.3.2013, Nürnberg (GER) - Grundig Stadion.
Germany (GER) - Kazakhstan (KAZ)  4:1 (3:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Jérôme Boateng, Marcel Schmelzer -
Sami Khedira, İlkay Gündoğan - Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil, Marco Reus (90. Marcell Jansen) -
Mario Götze - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Marco Reus (23.), 2:0 Mario Götze (27.), 3:0 İlkay Gündoğan (32.),
       3:1 Heinrich Schmidtgal (46.) and 4:1 Marco Reus (90.).
Referee: HALIS Özkahya (TUR). Attendance: 43.500.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Seventh Match:

6.9.2013, München (GER) - Allianz-Arena.
Germany (GER) - Austria (AUT)  3:0 (1:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Jérôme Boateng,
Marcel Schmelzer (46. Benedikt Höwedes) - Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller,
Mesut Özil, Marco Reus (90. Julian Draxler) - Miroslav Klose (82. Sven Bender) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Miroslav Klose (33.), 2:0 Toni Kroos (51.) and 3:0 Thomas Müller (88.).
Referee: Milorad Mažić (SRB). Attendance: 68.000.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Eighth Match:

10.9.2013, Tórshavn (FAR) - Tórsvøllur.
Faroe Islands (FAR) - Germany (GER)  0:3 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Jérôme Boateng, Marcel Schmelzer -
Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller (84. Sidney Sam), Mesut Özil,
Julian Draxler (75. André Schürrle) - Miroslav Klose (79. Max Kruse) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Per Mertesacker (22.), 0:2 Mesut Özil (74., Penalty) and 0:3 Thomas Müller (84.).
Referee: Gediminas Mažeika (LIT). Attendance: 4.818.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Ninth Match:

11.10.2013, Köln (GER) - RheinEnergieStadion.
Germany (GER) - Republic of Ireland (IRL)  3:0 (1:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Jérôme Boateng, Marcell Jansen -
Sami Khedira (82. Max Kruse), Bastian Schweinsteiger - Thomas Müller (88. Sidney Sam),
Toni Kroos, André Schürrle (86. Mario Götze) - Mesut Özil - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Sami Khedira (12.), 2:0 André Schürrle (58.) and 3:0 Mesut Özil (90.).
Referee: Serge Gumienny (BEL). Attendance: 46.237.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The Group C - The Tenth and last Match:

15.10.2013, Solna (SWE) - Friends Arena.
Sweden (SWE) - Germany (GER)  3:5 (2:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Marcell Jansen -
Bastian Schweinsteiger, Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller (46. Mario Götze),
Mesut Özil (82. Julian Draxler), André Schürrle - Max Kruse (75. Benedikt Höwedes) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Tobias Hysén (6.), 2:0 Alexander Kačaniklić (42.), 2:1 Mesut Özil (45.),
       2:2 Mario Götze (53.), 2:3 André Schürrle (57.), 2:4 André Schürrle (66.),
       3:4 Tobias Hysén (69.) and 3:5 André Schürrle (76.).
Referee: William Collum (SCO). Attendance: 49.251.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

10 Matches: Thomas Müller (5 - 5), Manuel Neuer (5 - 5) and Mesut Özil (5 - 5) -
9 Matches: Philipp Lahm (5 - 4) - 8 Matches: Sami Khedira (4 - 4) and Per Mertesacker (5 - 3) -
7 Matches: Jérôme Boateng (4 - 3), Mario Götze (4 - 3) and Toni Kroos (3 - 4) -
6 Matches: Miroslav Klose (3 - 3), Marco Reus (4 - 2), Marcel Schmelzer (2 - 4) and
André Schürrle (4 - 2) - 5 Matches: Julian Draxler (2 - 3), Lukas Podolski (2 - 3) and
Bastian Schweinsteiger (2 - 3) - 4 Matches: Holger Badstuber (2 - 2) -
3 Matches: Benedikt Höwedes (1 - 2), Mats Hummel (1 - 2), Marcell Jansen (2 - 1) and
Max Kruse (1 - 2) - 2 Matches: İlkay Gündoğan (1 - 1) and Sidney Sam (1 - 1) -
1 Match: Sven Bender (1 - 0).

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The European Qualifying Tournament -
The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

8 Goals: Mesut Özil (4 - 4) - 5 Goals: Marco Reus (2 - 3) - 4 Goals: Mario Götze (2 - 2),
Miroslav Klose (3 - 1), Thomas Müller (1 - 3) and André Schürrle (1 - 3) -
3 Goals: Toni Kroos (1 - 2) - 2 Goals: Per Mertesacker (1 - 1) -
1 Goal: İlkay Gündoğan (1 - 0) and Sami Khedira (1 - 0).


The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) -
The Match Details:

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The Group G - The First Match:

16.6.2014, Salvador (BRA) - Arena Fonte Nova.
Germany (GER) - Portugal (POR)  4:0 (3:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng, Per Mertesacker, Mats Hummels (73. Shkodran Mustafi),
Benedikt Höwedes - Philipp Lahm - Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos - Mesut Özil (63. André Schürrle),
Mario Götze - Thomas Müller (82. Lukas Podolski) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Thomas Müller (12., Penalty), 2:0 Mats Hummels (32.), 3:0 Thomas Müller (45.) and
       4:0 Thomas Müller (78.).
Referee: Milorad Mažić (SRB). Attendance: 51.081.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The Group G - The Second Match:

21.6.2014, Fortaleza (BRA) - Estádio Governador Plácido Castelo.
Germany (GER) - Ghana (GHA)  2:2 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng (46. Shkodran Mustafi), Per Mertesacker, Mats Hummels,
Benedikt Höwedes - Philipp Lahm - Sami Khedira (69. Bastian Schweinsteiger), Toni Kroos -
Mesut Özil, Mario Götze (69. Miroslav Klose) - Thomas Müller - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 Mario Götze (51.), 1:1 André Morgan Rami Ayew (54.), 1:2 Asamoah Gyan (63.) and
       2:2 Miroslav Klose (71.).
Referee: Sandro Meira Ricci (BRA). Attendance: 59.621.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The Group G - The Third and Last Match:

26.6.20144, Recife (BRA) - Arena Pernambuco.
United States (USA) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:0).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Jérôme Boateng, Per Mertesacker, Mats Hummels, Benedikt Höwedes -
Philipp Lahm - Bastian Schweinsteiger (76. Mario Götze), Toni Kroos -
Mesut Özil (89. André Schürrle), Lukas Podolski (46. Miroslav Klose) - Thomas Müller -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 Thomas Müller (55.).
Referee: Ravshan Sayfiddinovich Irmatov (UZB). Attendance: 41.876.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The Second Round:

30.6.2014, Porto Alegre (BRA) - Estádio José Pinheiro Borda.
Germany (GER) - Algeria (ALG)  2:1 (0:0, 0:0) after extra-time.
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Shkodran Mustafi (70. Sami Khedira), Per Mertesacker, Jérôme Boateng,
Benedikt Höwedes - Philipp Lahm - Bastian Schweinsteiger (109. Christoph Kramer),
Toni Kroos - Mesut Özil, Mario Götze (46. André Schürrle) - Thomas Müller - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 1:0 André Schürrle (92.), 2:0 Mesut Özil (119.) and 2:1 Abdelmoumene Djabou (120.).
Referee: Sandro Meira Ricci (BRA). Attendance: 43.063.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The Quarter-Final:

4.7.2014, Rio de Janeiro (BRA) - Estádio Estádio Jornalista Mário Filho (Maracanã).
France (FRA) - Germany (GER)  0:1 (0:1).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Benedikt Höwedes -
Bastian Schweinsteiger - Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos (90. Christoph Kramer) -
Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil (83. Mario Götze) - Miroslav Klose (69. André Schürrle) -
Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 0:1 Mats Hummels (12.).
Referee: Néstor Fabián Pitana (ARG). Attendance: 74.240.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The Semi-Final:

8.7.2014, Belo Horizonte (BRA) - Estádio Governador Magalhães Pinto (Mineirão).
Brazil (BRA) - Germany (GER)  1:7 (0:5).
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels (46. Per Mertesacker),
Benedikt Höwedes - Bastian Schweinsteiger - Sami Khedira (76. Julian Draxler), Toni Kroos -
Thomas Müller, Mesut Özil - Miroslav Klose (58. André Schürrle) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goals: 0:1 Thomas Müller (11.), 0:2 Miroslav Klose (23.), 0:3 Toni Kroos (24.),
       0:4 Toni Kroos (26.), 0:5 Sami Khedira (29.), 0:6 André Schürrle (69.),
       0:7 André Schürrle (79.) and 1:7 OSCAR dos Santos Emboaba Júnior (90.).
Referee: Marco Antonio Rodríguez Moreno (MEX). Attendance: 58.141.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The Final:

13.7.2014, Rio de Janeiro (BRA) - Estádio Estádio Jornalista Mário Filho (Maracanã).
Germany (GER) - Argentinia (ARG)  1:0 (0:0, 0:0) after extra-time.
Germany: Manuel Neuer - Philipp Lahm, Jérôme Boateng, Mats Hummels, Benedikt Höwedes -
Bastian Schweinsteiger - Christoph Kramer (32. André Schürrle), Toni Kroos - Thomas Müller,
Mesut Özil (120. Per Mertesacker) - Miroslav Klose (88. Mario Götze) - Coach: Joachim Löw.
Goal: 1:0 Mario Götze (113).
Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (ITA). Attendance: 74.738.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Appearances:

7 Matches: Jérôme Boateng, Benedikt Höwedes, Toni Kroos, Philipp Lahm, Thomas Müller,
Manuel Neuer and Mesut Özil - 6 Matches: Mario Götze, Mats Hummels, Per Mertesacker,
André Schürrle and Bastian Schweinsteiger - 5 Matches: Sami Khedira and Miroslav Klose -
3 Matches: Christoph Kramer and Shkodran Mustafi - 2 Matches: Lukas Podolski -
1 Match: Julian Draxler.

The XX. FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil (BRA) - The Final Tournament - The German National Team (GER) - The Scorers:

5 Goals: Thomas Müller - 3 Goals: André Schürrle - 2 Goals: Mario Götze, Mats Hummels,
Miroslav Klose and Toni Kroos - 1 Goal: Sami Khedira and Mesut Özil.


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