Thursday, September 29, 2022

1960 | Istoria Campionatului European din Franţa

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Pe 28 septembrie 1958 a avut loc primul meci pentru calificarile la Campionatul European, care urma sa se tina in Franta. Doar 17 tari au luat parte la acest eveniment, printre care si nationala Romaniei. Campania de calificare avea sa se desfasoare intr-un format total diferit fata de cel de azi. Doar patru selectionate primeau biletul catre turneul final, iar tarile calificate se determinau printr-o serie de meciuri eliminatorii. Primele tari care au luat parte la Euro au fost: Franta, Iugoslavia, Uniunea Sovietica si Cehoslovacia.

Franta a putut sa ofere pentru acea editie doar doua stadioane: Parc de Princes, din Paris si Stade Velodrome, din Marseille, ambele aveau capacitatea de 40.000 de locuri. Castigatoarea competitiei a fost URSS, primul si singurul Campionat European castigat vreodata de sovietici. Fiind un turneu cu doar patru echipe, totul s-a desfasurat in patru zile si a avut, de asemenea, doar patru meciuri.

 

 

As with sporting events such as the FIFA World Cup, the European
Champion Clubs’ Cup and the modern Olympics, the first major European
national competition was the brainchild of a Frenchman:
Henri Delaunay, the secretary of the French Football Federation.
There were teething troubles before the event got off the ground:
the first European Nations’ Cup was nearly called off when the
number of entries fell short of the required minimum of 16.
A flurry of late applications averted that fate, although none of
the British countries entered.
In Copenhagen 28. and 29. June 1957 the UEFA congress voted the
European Nations Cup to be held.
From the 31 members of the UEFA, 26 National federations were at
the congress.
The result of the voting was 14 votes Yes against 7 votes No,
while 5 Nations didn’t vote.
15 February 1959 was the closing date for entries.
Although there were only 15 Nations who wanted to compete, they
decided to give the other nations a longer period (until the 6th
August) to decide.
At the time the UEFA Congress was held on the 4th till the 6th June
in that year there were 17 entries and the congress decided the first
Nations cup to be held and the cup would be named: “Coupe Henri
Delaunay”.
To reach an even number of competitors for the final round, a
preliminary match was necessary.

Preliminary round:

Ierland, Dublin 05 April 1959 Dalymount Park.
Republic of Ireland – Czechoslavakia 2-0 (2-0).
22’ Liam Tuohy 1-0, 42’ (penalty) Noel Cantwell 2-0.
Referee: Lucien Van Nuffel (BEL), attendance: 37.000.
Republic of Ireland: 1. John O’Neill ; 2. Brendan McNally, 3. Noel Cantwell,
4. Michael McGrath, 5. Charles Hurley, 6. Patrick Saward, 7. Alfred Ringstead,
8. Thomas Hamilton, 9. Christopher Doyle, 10. George Cummins, 11. Liam Tuohy.
Coach: They had a committee
Czechoslovakia: 1. Imrich Stacho; 2. Jirí Tichy, 3. Ján Popluhár. 4. Gustav Mraz
(23’ Jirí Hildebrand), 5. Svatopluk Pluskal, 6. Titus Bubernik, 7. Ján Brumovsky,
8. Anton Moravcik, 9. Ladislav Kacani. 10. Pavol Molnar, 11. Tadeas Kraus.
Substitutes: 12. Jirí Hildebrand.
Coach: Rudolf Vytlacil.

Czechoslovakia, Bratislava 10 May 1959 Tehelné Pole.
Czechoslovakia: – Republic of Ireland 4-0 (1-0).
4’ (penalty) 1-0, 52’ Bubernik 2-0, 66’ Pavlovic 3-0, 75’ Dolinsky 4-0.
Referee: Joseph Barbéran (FRA), attendance: 41.000.
Czechoslovakia: 1. Imrich Stacho; 2. Jirí Tichy, 3. Ján Popluhár , 4. Ladislav Novak,
5. Stefan Matlak, 6. Titus Bubernik, 7. Ladislav Pavlovic, 8. Adolf Scherer,
9. Vlastimil Bubnik, 10. Ladislav Kacani, 11. Milan Dolinsky.
Coach: Rudolf Vytlacil.
Republic of Ireland: 1. John O’Neill; 2. Richard Whittaker, 3. Noel Cantwell,
4. Frank O’Farrell, 5. Charles Hurley, 6. Michael McGrath, 7. Alfred Ringstead,
8. Thomas Hamilton, 9. Arthur Fitzsimons, 10. George Cummins, 11. Liam Tuohy.
Coach: They had a committee.

Czechoslovakia win 4-2 on aggregate.

Abbreviations:
AUT – Austria
BEL – Belgium
ESP – Spain
FRA – France
GER – Germany (Federal Republic)
GRE – Greece
HOL – Holland
HUB – Hungary
ITA – Italy
POL – Poland
ROM – Romania
TCH – Czecholovakia
YUG – Yugoslavia

Sources: UEFA Website.
Fussball EM Enzyklopadie 1960-2008 by Hardy Grüne.

Qualifying Round

Russia. 28 september 1958, Moscow. Luzhniki.
Russia – Hungary 3-1 (3-0).
4’ Anatoli Ilyin 1-0, 20’ Slava Metreveli 2-0, 32’ Valentin Ivanov 3-0,
84’ János Göröcs 3-1.
Referee: Alfred Grill (AUT), attendance: 100.500.
Russia: 1 Vladimir Beliaev; 2 Vladimir Kesarev, 3 Anatoli Maslenkine, 4 Boris Kouznetzov,
5 Iouri Voinov, 6 Victor Tsarev, 7 Slava Metreveli, 8 Valentin Ivanov, 9 Nikita Simonian,
10 Alekper Mamedov, 11 Anatoli Ilyin.
Coach: Georgi Glazkov
Hungary:g1 Béla Bako, 2 Béla Karpati, 3 Ferenc Sipos, 4 László Sarosi, 5 Dezsö Bundzsak,
6 Pál Berendi, 7 László Budai Ii, 8 János Göröcs, 9 Lajos Csordas, 10 Lajos Tichy,
11 Jószef Bencsics
Coach: Lajos Baroti.

Hungary. 27 september 1959. Boedapest, NEP stadion.
Hungary – Russia 0-1 (0-0).
58’ Iouri Voinov 0-1.
Referee: Jozef Kowal (POL) Attendance: 78.000.
Hungary: 1 Gyula Grosics; 2 Sándor Matrai, 3 Ferenc Sipos, 4 László Sarosi,
5 Jószef Bozsik, 6 Antal Kotasz, 7 Karoly Sandor , 8 János Göröcs, 9 Flórián Albert,
10 Lajos Tichy, 11 Máté Fenyvesi.
Coach: Lajos Baroti
Russia: 1 Lev Yashin, 2 Vladimir Kesarev, 3 Anatoli Maslenkine, 4 Boris Kouznetzov,
5 Iouri Voinov, 6 Igor Netto, 7 Slava Metreveli, 8 Anatoli Issaev, 9 Valentin Ivanov,
10 Valentin Bouboukine, 11 Mikhail Meshki.
Coach: Gavril Kachalin.

Russia wins on aggregate 4-1.

France. 01 october 1958. Paris, stade Parc des Princes.
France – Greece 7-1 (3-0).
23. Raymond Kopa 1-0, 25’ Just Fontaine 2-0, 29’ Thadée Cisowski 3-0,
48’ Ilias Ifandis 3-1, 61’ Jean Vincent 4-1,
68’ Thadée Cisowski5-1, 85’ Just Fontaine 6-1, 87’ Jean Vincent 7-1.
Referee: Gottfried Dienst (SUI), attendance: 37.000.
France: 1 Dominique Colonna, 2 Raymond Kaelbel, 3 Maurice Lafont ,4 André Lerond,
5 Armand Penverne, 6 Jean-Jacques Marcel, 7 Yvon Douis, 8 Just Fontaine,
9 Raymond Kopa, 10 Thadée Cisowski, 11 Jean Vincent.
Coach: Albert Batteux
Greece: 1 Savas Theodoridis; 2 Panayotis Papulidis, 3. Konstandinos LINOXILAKIS,
4 Dimitrios Stefanakos, 5 Neotakis Lukanidis, 6 Konstantinos Polychroniou,
7 Paul Emanuilidis, 8 Dimitrios Theofanis, 9 Ilias Ifandis, 10 Konstandinos NESTORIDIS,
11 Ioannis Holevas
Coach: Rino Martini.

Greece. 03 december 1958, Athens Spyros Louis.
Greece – France 1-1 (0-0).
71’ Stéphane Bruey 0-1, 85’ (own goak) Roger Marche 1-1.
Referee: Vincenzo Orlandini (ITA), attendance: 18.000.
Greece: 1 Savas Theodoridis; 2 Panayotis Papulidis, 3 Konstandinos LINOXILAKIS,
4 Sotirios Angelopoulos, 5 Konstantinos Polychroniou. 6 Ioannis Nembidis,
7 Georgios Sideris, 8 Andreas Papaemanuil, 9 Ilias Ifandis,
10 Konstandinos NESTORIDIS, 11 Stelios Psihos.
Coach: Andonis Miyakis
France: 1 Claude Abbes; 2 Raymond Kaelbel, 3 Bruno Bollini, 4 Roger Marche,
5 René Ferrier, 6 André Lerond, 7 Maryan Wisnieski, 8 Roland Guillas,
9 Stéphane Bruey, 10 Stanislas Dombeck, 11 Léon Deladéričre
Coach: Albert Batteux

France wins on aggregate: 8-2.
France
Romania. 02 November 1958. Bucharest, Stadium: 23 August.
Romania – Turkey 3-0 (0-0).
62’ Nicolae Oaida 1-0, 77’ Gheorghe Constantin 2-0, 81’ Constantin Dinulescu 3-0,.
Referee: Gottfried Dienst (SUI), attendance: 67.000.
Romania: 1 Costicá Toma; 2 Cornel Popa, 3 Alexandru Karikas, 4 Dumitru Macri,
5 Vasile Alexandru, 6 Ion Nunweiller Iii. 7 Nicolae Oaida, 8 Gheorghe Constantin,
9 Constantin Dinulescu, 10 Haralambie Eftimie, 11 Nicolae Tataru.
Coach: Augustin Botescu.
Turkey: 1 Turgay Seren; 2 Ismail Kurt, 3 Basri Dirimlili, 4 Mustafa Ertan,
5 Naci Erdem, 6 Ahmet Berman, 7 Hilmi Kiremitçi, 8 Can Bartu, 9 Metin Oktay,
10 Kadri Aytaç , 11 Lefter Küçükandonyadis.
Coach: Leandro Remondini

Turkey. 26 april 1959 Istanbul. Stadium: Inönü
Turkey – Romania 2-0 (1-0).
13’ en 54’ (penalty) Lefter Küçükandonyadis 1-0 en 2-0.
Referee: Borge Nedelkovski (YUG), attendance: 24.000.
Turkey: 1 Özcan Arkoç ,2 Ismail Kurt, 3 Basri Dirimlili, 4 Mustafa Ertan,
5 Naci Erdem, 6 Ahmet Berman, 7 Hilmi Kiremitçi, 8 Can Bartu, 9 Suat Mamat,
10 Lefter Küçükandonyadis, 11 Kadri Aytaç.
Coach: Leandro Remondini
Romania: 1 Costicá Toma; 2 Cornel Popa, 3 Alexandru Karikas, 4 Valeriu Soare,
5 Emeric Ienei, 6 Ion Nunweiller Iii,
7 Nicolae Oaida, 8 Vasile Alexandru, 9 Ion Alexandrescu, 10 Francisc Zavoda I,
11 Vasile Anghel.
Coach: Augustin Botescu

Romania wins on aggregate 3-2.

Norway. 20 May 1959 Oslo. Stadium: Ullevĺl.
Norway – Austria 0-1 (0-1).
32’ Erich Hof 0-1.
Referee: Werner Bergmann (GER), attendance: 27.500.
Norway: 1 Asbjorn Hansen, 2 Arne Natland, 3 Hans Jakob MATHISEN, 4 Roar Johansen,
5 Thorbjorn Svenssen, 6 Tore Halvorsen, 7 Bjorn Borgen, 8 Per Kristoffersen,
9 Harald Hennum, 10 Kjell Kristiansen, 11 Rolf Birger Pedersen.
Coach: Kristian Henriksen.
Austria: 1 Kurt Schmied; 2 Heinrich Büllwatsch, 3 Erich Hasenkopf, 4 Gerhard Hanappi,
5 Karl Stotz, 6 Karl Koller, 7 Walter Horak, 8 Adolf Knoll, 9 Erich Hof,
10 Josef Hamerl, 11 Karl Skerlan.
Coach: Karl Decker.

Austria. 23 september 1959 Wien. Stadium Ernst Happel vorher………
Austria – Norway 5-2 (3-1).
2’ Horst Nemec 1-0, 19’ Ove Řdegaard 1-1, 21’ Horst Nemec 2-1, 25’ Erich Hof 3-1,
55’ Ove Řdegaard 3-2, 59’ Karl Skerlan 4-2, 75’ Erich Hof 5-2.
Referee: Dimosthemis Stathatos (GRE), attendance: 34.000.
Austria: 1 Kurt Schmied, 2 Rudolf Oslansky, 3 Erich Hasenkopf, 4 Gerhard Hanappi,
5 Karl Stotz, 6 Karl Koller, 7 Paul Halla, 8 Erich Hof, 9 Horst Nemec,
10 Wilhelm Huberts I, 11 Karl Skerlan.
Coach: Karl Decker.
Norway: 1 Sverre Andersen; 2 Arne Bakker, 3 Aage SPYDEVOLD, 4 Arne Natland,
5 Thorbjorn Svenssen, 6 Arnold Johannessen, 7 Rolf Bjorn Backe, 8 Age Sřrensen,
9 Harald Hennum, 10 Ove Řdegaard, 11 Finn Gundersen.
Coach: Kristian Henriksen.

Austria wins on aggregate 6-2.

Yugoslavia. 31 Mai 1959 Belgrade. Stadium FK Partizan.
Yugoslavia – Bulgaria 2-0 (1-0).
1’ Milan Galic 1-0, 87’ Lazar Tasic 2-0.
Referee: Mihai Popa (ROM), attendance: 25.000.
Yugoslavia: 1 Vladimir Beara; 2 Bruno Belin, 3 Tomislav Crnkovic, 4 Dobroslav Krstic,
5 Vasilije Sijakovic, 6 Lazar Tasic, 7 Dragoslav Sekularac , 8 Aleksandar Petakovic,
9 Branko Zebec, 10 Milan Galic, 11 Branislav Mihajlovic.
Coach: Ljubomir Lovric.
Bulgaria: 1 Gueorgui Naydenov Ii; 2 Ilia Kirchev, 3 Ivan Dimitrov, 4 Hristo Lazarov,
5 Kiril Rakarov, 6 Stoyan Kitov, 7 Stefan Abadjiev, 8 Ivan Kolev, 9 Panajot Panajotov,
10 Bojidar Mitkov, 11 Alexandre Vassilev.
Coach: Krum Milev.

Bulgaria. 25 october 1959. Sofia. Stadium Vassil Levski.
Bulgaria – Yugoslavia 1-1 (0-0).
50’ Todor Diev 1-0, 56’ Muhamed Mujic 1-1.
Referee: Kurt Tschenscher (GER), attendance: 27.000.
Bulgaria: 1 Gueorgui Naydenov Ii; 2 Kiril Rakarov, 3 Manol Manolov, 4 Ivan Dimitrov,
5 Dimitar Largov, 6 Nikola Kovatchev, 7 Todor Diev, 8 Gueorgui Sokolov,
9 Panajot Panajotov, 10 Dimitar Yakimov, 11 Ivan Kolev.
Coach: Krum Milev.
Yugoslavia: 1 Blagoje Vidinic; 2 Vladimir Durkovic; 3 Fahrudin Jusufi, 4 Stevan Bena,
5 Tomislav Crnkovic, 6 Lazar Tasic, 7 Luka Liposinovic, 8 Dragoslav Sekularac,
9 Muhamed Mujic, 10 Bora Kostic, 11 Branislav Mihajlovic.
Coach: Ljubomir Lovric.

Yugoslavia wins on aggregate 3-1.

German Democratic Republik. 21 June 1959 Berlin. Stadium: Water Ulbricht.
German Democratic Republik – Portugal 0-2 (0-1).
12’ Lucas Da Fonseca 0-1, 67’ Mário Coluna 0-2.
Referee: Alois Obtulovic (TCH), attendance: 23.400.
German Democratic Republik: 1 Karl-Heinz Spickenagel; 2 Bringfried Müller,
3 Werner Heine, 4 Konrad Wagner, 5 Waldemar Mühlbächer, 6 Manfred Kaiser,
7 Horst Assmy, 8 Günter Schröter , 9 Gerhard Vogt, 10 Lothar Meyer, 11 Günther Wirth.
Coach: Fritz Gödicke.
Portugal: 1 Acurcio Carrelo; 2 Virgilio Mendes, 3 Angelo Martins,
4 Fernando Memede Mendes, 5 Raul Figueiredo, 6 Vincente Lucas, 7 César Duarte,
8 António Teixeira, 9 Lucas Da Fonseca, 10 Mário Coluna, 11 Domiciano Cavém.
Coach: Dr José Maria Antunes.

Portugal. 28 june 1959 Porto. Stadium: As Antas.
Portugal – German Democratic Republik 3-2 (1-0).
45’ Mário Coluna 1-0, 47’ Gerhard Vogt 1-1, 62’ Mário Coluna 2-1,
68’ Domiciano Cavém 3-1, 72’ Horst Kohle 3-2.
Referee: Juan Garay Gardeazabal (ESP), attendance: 19.000.
Portugal: 1 Acurcio Carrelo; 2 Virgilio Mendes, 3 Angelo Martins,
4 Fernando Memede Mendes, 5 Raul Figueiredo, 6 Alfredo Abreu, 7 César Duarte,
8 António Teixeira, 9 Lucas Da Fonseca, 10 Mário Coluna, 11 Domiciano Cavém.
Coach: Dr José Maria Antunes. Dem. Rep.
German Democratic Republik: 1 Klaus Thiele; 2 Bringfried Müller , 3 Werner Heine,
4 Konrad Wagner, 5 Werner Unger, 6 Siegfried Wolf, 7 Roland Ducke,
8 Günter Schröter, 9 Gerhard Vogt, 10 Dieter Erler, 11 Horst Kohle.
Coach: Fritz Gödicke.

Portugal wins on aggregate: 5-2.

Poland.28 june 1959. Chorzow stadium: Slaski.
Poland – Spain 2-4 (1-2).
34’ Ernest Pol 1-0, 40’ Luis Suárez 1-1, 41’ Alfredo Di Stéfano 1-2,
52’ Luis Suárez 1-3, 56’ Alfredo Di Stéfano 1-4, 62’ Lucjan Brychczy 2-4.
Referee: Arthur Ellis (ENG), attendance: 71.000.
Poland: 1 Tomasz Stefaniszyn; 2 Henryk Szczepanski, 3 Roman Korynt, 4 Jerzy Wozniak,
5 Marceli Strzykalski, 6 Edmund Zientara, 7 Ernest Pol, 8 Lucjan Brychczy,
9 Stanislaw Hachorek, 10 Jan Liberda, 11 Krzysztof Baszkiewicz.
Coach: Jean Prouff.
Spain: 1 Antonio Ramallets; 2 Fernando Olivella Pons, 3 Jesús Garay Vecino,
4 Sigfrido Gracia Royo, 5 Juan Segarra Iracheta, 6 Enrique Gensana Merola,
7 Justo Tejada Martínez, 8 Enrique Mateos Mancebo, 9 Alfredo Di Stéfano,
10 Luis Suárez, 11 Francisco Gento.
Coach: They hade a committee.

Spain. 14 october 1959 Madrid. Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu.
Spain – Poland 3-0 (1-0).
30’ Alfredo Di Stéfano 1-0, 69’ Enrique Gensana Merola 2-0,
85’ Francisco Gento 3-0.Referee: Karoly Balla (HUN), attendance: 62.000.
Spain: 1 Antonio Ramallets; 2 Fernando Olivella Pons, 3 Jesús Garay Vecino,
4 Sigfrido Gracia Royo, 5 Juan Segarra Iracheta, 6 Enrique Gensana Merola,
7 Justo Tejada Martínez, 8 Ladislao Kubala Stecz, 9 Alfredo Di Stéfano,
10 Luis Suárez, 11 Francisco Gento.
Coach: The hade a committee.
Poland: 1 Tomasz Stefaniszyn; 2 Henryk Szczepanski, 3 Roman Korynt, 4 Fryderyk Monica,
5 Witold Majewski, 6 Henryk Grzybowski, 7 Krzysztof Baszkiewicz, 8 Ernest Pol,
9 Stanislaw Hachorek, 10 Edmund Zientara, 11 Zbigniew Szarzynski.
Coach: Jean Prouff

Spain wins on aggregate 7-2.

Denmark. 23 september 1959. Copenhagen. Stadium: Parken.
Denmark – Czechoslovakia 2-2 (2-2).
18’ Poul Pedersen 1-0, 20’ Bent Hansen 2-0, 30’ Ladislav Kacani 2-1,
43’ Milan Dolinsky 2-2.
Referee:Johan Bronkhorst (HOL), attendance: 30.000.
Denmark: 1 Per Funch Jensen, 2 Erling Linde Larsen, 3 Poul Jensen, 4 Bent Hansen,
5 Hans Christian Nielsen, 6 Erik Pondal Jensen, 7 Poul Pedersen, 8 John Danielsen,
9 Harald Nielsen, 10 Henning Enoksen, 11 Jřrn Sřrensen.
Coach: Arne Sřrensen
Czechoslovakia: 1 Imrich Stacho, 2 Jirí Tichy, 3 Ján Popluhár, 4 Ladislav Novak.
5 Stefan Matlak, 6 Titus Bubernik, 7 Ladislav Pavlovic, 8 Adolf Scherer,
9 Vlastimil Bubnik, 10 Ladislav Kacani, 11 Milan Dolinsky.
Coach: Rudolf Vytlacil.

.Czechoslavakia 18 october 1959. Brno, stadium: Mestský.
Czechoslavakia – Denmark 5-1 (1-1).
35’ John Kramer 0-1, 38’ Titus Bubernik 1-1, 49’ Adolf Scherer 2-1,
56’ Titus Bubernik 3-1, 63’ Milan Dolinsky 4-1, 87’ Adolf Scherer 5-1.
Referee: Helmut Köhler (GER), attendance: 35.000.
Czechoslavakia: 1 Viliam Schrojf, 2 Jirí Tichy,3 Ján Popluhár, 4 Ladislav Novak,
5 Svatopluk Pluskal, 6 Titus Bubernik, 7 Ladislav Pavlovic, 8 Pavol Molnar,
9 Anton Moravcik, 10 Adolf Scherer, 11 Milan Dolinsky.
Coach: Rudolf Vytlacil.
Denmark. 1 Erling Sřrensen; 2 Richard Mřller Nielsen, 3 Poul Jensen,4 Bent Hansen,
5. Hans Christian Nielsen, 6 Flemming Nielsen,7 Poul Pedersen, 8 John Kramer,
9. Henning Enoksen, 10 John Danielsen, 11 Jřrn Sřrensen.
Coach: Arne Sřrensen

Czechoslovakia wins 7-3 on aggregate.

Quarter-finals

The Quarter finals were to be held in the last months of 1959
and the first month’s in the ‘60’s.
There was one very surprising act for one venue.
Spain was due to play against Russia.
The dictator of Spain, Franco ordered the Spanish football team to
return from their trip to Russia.
He hadn’t forgotten that there were Russians who fought against the
Spanish army in their war.
The president of the Spanish Liga Lafuente Chaos who tried to repair
the decision got a NO as answer from Franco.
The secretary of the UEFA Pierre Delaunay proposed to play on a
neutral pitch which decision was accepted by Freanco.
The Russians however didn’t accept that because they thought that
the Spaniards would be guilty for their refusal to play.
That was the way it went and the Russians were placed in the semi
finals.

Russia bye.

Spanish protest
In the quarter-finals, the Soviet Union had a slice of good fortune when
General Franco’s right-wing government pulled Spain out of the tie.
The hosts France, Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia also won through to
the semi-finals.

France. 13 december 1959. Paris Stadium: Stade de Colombes.
France – Austria 5-2 (3-1).
7’ and 18, Just Fontaine 1-0 and 2-0, 38’ Jean Vincent 3-0, 40’ Walter Horak 3-1,
65’ Rudolf Pichler 3-2,
70’ Just Fontaine 4-2, 82’ Jean Vincent 5-2.
Referee: Manuel Martin Asensi (ESP), attendance: 43.775.
France: 1 Georges Lamia ,2 Jean Wendling, 3 Robert Jonquet, 4 Roger Marche,
5 Armand Penverne, 6 René Ferrier, 7 François Heutte, 8 Lucien Muller ,
9 Raymond Kopa, 10 Just Fontaine, 11 Jean Vincent.
Coach: Albert Batteux
Austria: 1 Kurt Schmied, 2 Paul Halla, 3 Karl Nickerl, 4 Gerhard Hanappi,
5 Karl Stotz, 6 Karl Koller, 7 Walter Horak, 8 Helmut Senekowitsch, 9 Horst Nemec,
10 Rudolf Pichler, 11 Karl Höfer.
Coach: Karl Decker.

Austria. 27 march 1960. Vienna, stadium: Prater.
Austria – France 2-4 (1-0).
26’ Horst Nemec 1-0, 46’ Jean-Jacques Marcel 1-0, 59’ Bernard Rahis 1-2,
64’ Erich Probst 2-2, 77’ François Heutte 2-3, 83’ Raymond Kopa 2-4.
Referee: Leo Helge (DEN), attendance: 38.000.
Austria: 1 Rudolf Szanwald, 2 Johann Windisch, 3 Erich Hasenkopf, 4 Gerhard Hanappi,
5 Giose Koschier , 6 Karl Koller, 7 Walter Horak, 8 Paul Kozlicek, 9 Horst Nemec,
10 Wilhelm Huberts I, 11 Erich Probst.
Coach: Karl Decker.
France: 1 Georges Lamia; 2 Jean Wendling, 3 Raymond Kaelbel, 4 Bruno Rodzik,
5 Jean-Jacques Marcel, 6 René Ferrier, 7 Pierre Grillet, 8 Lucien Muller,
9 Raymond Kopa, 10 François Heutte, 11 Bernard Rahis.
Coach: Albert Batteux.

France wins on aggregate 9-4.

Romania. 22 may 1960 Bucharest. Stadium: – 23 August.
Romania – Czechoslovakia 0-2 (0-2).
9’ Josef Masopust 0-1, 45’ Vlastimil Bubnik 0-2.
Referee: Andor Dorogi (HUN), attendance: 61.000.
Romania: 1 Petre Mindru; 2 Cornel Popa, 3 Alexandru Apolzan, 4 Valeriu Soare,
5 Emeric Ienei, 6 Ion Nunweiller Iii, 7 Emanoil Hasoti, 8 Gavril Raksi,
9 Vlorel Mateianu, 10 Haralambie Eftimie, 11 Nicolae Tataru.
Coach: Augustin Botescu.
Czechoslovakia: 1 Imrich Stacho; 2 Jozef Bomba, 3 Ján Popluhár, 4 Ladislav Novak,
5 Titus Bubernik, 6 Josef Masopust, 7 Ladislav Pavlovic, 8 Josef Vojta,
9 Andrej Kvasnak, 10 Vlastimil Bubnik ,11 Milan Dolinsky.
Coach: Rudolf Vytlacil

Czechoslovakia. 29 May 1960 Bratislava. Stadium: – Tehelné Pole .
Czechoslovakia – Romania 3-0 (3-0).
1’ and 15’ Titus Bubernik 1-0 and 2-0, 18’ Vlastimil Bubnik 3-0.
Referee: Leif Gulliksen (NOR), attendance: 31.000.
Czechoslovakia: 1 Viliam Schrojf; 2 Jozef Bomba, 3 Ján Popluhár, 4 Ladislav Novak,
5 Titus Bubernik, 6 Josef Masopust, 7 Ladislav Pavlovic, 8 Josef Vojta,
9 Andrej Kvasnak, 10 Vlastimil Bubnik, 11 Milan Dolinsky.
Coach: Rudolf Vytlacil.
Romania: 1 Petre Mindru; 2 Cornel Popa, 3 Alexandru Fronea, 4 Valeriu Soare,
5 Vasile Alexandru, 6 Ion Nunweiller Iii, 7 Gheorghe Cacoveanu,
8 Gheorghe Constantin,9 Constantin Dinulescu, 10 Vlorel Mateianu, 11 Nicolae Tataru.
Coach: Augustin Botescu

Czechoslovakia wins on aggregate 5-0.

Portugal. 08 May 1960 Oeiras. Stadium: Nacional Do Jamor.
Portugal – Yugoslavia 2-1 ( 1-0).
8’ Joaquim Santana 1-0, 70’ Lucas Da Fonseca 2-0, 81’ Bora Kostic 2-1.
Referee: Joseph Barbéran (FRA), attendance: 50.000
Portugal: 1 Acurcio Carrelo; 2 Virgilio Mendes, 3 Angelo Martins,
4 Fernando Memede Mendes, 5 Germano, 6 David Julio, 7 Hernani Da Silva,
8 Joaquim Santana, 9 Lucas Da Fonseca, 10 Mário Coluna, 11 Domiciano Cavém.
Coach: Dr José Maria Antunes.
Yugoslavia: 1 Milutin Soskic; 2 Vladimir Durkovic, 3 Fahrudin Jusufi, 4 Ante Zanetic,
5 Tomislav Crnkovic, 6 Zeljko Perusic, 7 Dragoslav Sekularac , 8 Muhamed Mujic,
9 Branko Zebec, 10 Milan Galic, 11 Bora Kostic.
Coach: Ljubomir Lovric

Yugoslavia. 22 May 1960 Belgrade. Stadium: FK Partizan.
Yugoslavia – Portugal 5-1 (2-1).
10’ Dragoslav Sekularac 1-0, 29’ Domiciano Cavém 1-1, 45’ Zvezdan Cebinac 2-1,
50’ Bora Kostic 3-1, 79’ Milan Galic 4-1, 88’ Bora Kostic 5-1.
Referee: Alfred Stoll (AUT), attendance: 55.000
Yugoslavia: 1 Milutin Soskic; 2 Vladimir Durkovic, 3 Fahrudin Jusufi, 4 Ante Zanetic,
5 Zarko Nikolic, 6 Zeljko Perusic, 7 Zvezdan Cebinac, 8 Tomislav Knez, 9 Milan Galic,
10 Dragoslav Sekularac , 11 Bora Kostic.
Coach: Ljubomir Lovric.
Portugal: 1 Acurcio Carrelo; 2 Virgilio Mendes, 3 Mário Joăo, 4 Fernando Memede Mendes,
5 Germano, 6 David Julio, 7 Hernani Da Silva, 8 Joaquim Santana, 9 Lucas Da Fonseca,
10 Mário Coluna, 11 Domiciano Cavém.
Coach: Dr José Maria Antunes.

Yugoslavia wins on aggregate 6-3.

In Mai the UEFA congress was held in Germany (Frankfurt/Main)
because of the 60th birthdate of the Deutscher Fussball Bund.
The congress decided that France would be the country
in which the end phase should take place.

Semi-finals.

France. 06 july 1960. Paris. Stadium: Parc des Princes.
France – Yugoslavia 4-5 (2-1).
11’ Milan Galic 0-1, 12’ Jean Vincent 1-1, 43’ François Heutte 2-1,
53’ Maryan Wisnieski 3-1, 55’ Ante Zanetic 3-2, 62’ François Heutte 4-2,
75’ Tomislav Knez 4-3, 78’ and 70’ Drazen Jerkovic 4-4 and 4-5.
Referee: Gaston Grandain (BEL), attendance: 26.370
France: 1 Georges Lamia, 2 Jean Wendling, 3 Raymond Kaelbel, 4 Bruno Rodzik,
5 Jean-Jacques Marcel, 6 René Ferrier, 7 Pierre Grillet, 8 Lucien Muller,
9 Raymond Kopa, 10 François Heutte, 11 Bernard Rahis.
Coach: Albert Batteux.
Yugoslavia: 1 Milutin Soskic, 2 Vladimir Durkovic, 3 Fahrudin Jusufi,
4 Ante Zanetic, 5 Branko Zebec, 6 Zeljko Perusic, 7 Tomislav Knez,
8 Drazen Jerkovic, 9 Milan Galic, 10 Dragoslav Sekularac , 11 Bora Kostic.
Coach: Ljubomir Lovric.

France. 06 july 1960. Marseille, stadium: Vélodrome.
Czechoslovakia – Russia 0-3 (0-1).
34’ en 56’ Valentin Ivanov, 0-1 and 0-2, 66’ Victor Ponedelnik 0-3.
Referee: Cesare Jonni (ITA), attendance: 25.184
Czechoslovakia: 1 Viliam Schrojf; 2 Frantisek Safranek, 3 Ján Popluhár,
4 Ladislav Novak, 5 Titus Bubernik, 6 Josef Masopust, 7 Josef Vojta,
8 Anton Moravcik, 9 Andrej Kvasnak, 10 Vlastimil Bubnik, 11 Milan Dolinsky.
Coach: Rudolf Vytlacil.
Russia: 1 Lev Yashin; 2 Givi Chokheli, 3 Anatoli Maslenkine, 4 Anatoli Krutikov,
5 Iouri Voinov, 6 Igor Netto, 7 Slava Metreveli, 8 Valentin Ivanov,
9 Victor Ponedelnik, 10 Valentin Bouboukine, 11 Mikhail Meshki.
Coach: Gavril Kachalin.

Third place play off:

France. 09 july 1960. Marseille. Stadium: Vélodrome.
Czechoslovakia – France 2-0 (0-0).
58’ Vlastimil Bubnik 1-0, 88’ Ladislav Pavlovic 2-0.
Referee: Cesare Jonni (ITA). Attendance: 9.438
Czechoslovakia: 1 Viliam Schrojf; 2 Frantisek Safranek, 3 Ján Popluhár,
4 Ladislav Novak, 5 Titus Bubernik, 6 Josef Masopust, 7 Ladislav Pavlovic,
8 Josef Vojta, 9 Pavol Molnar, 10 Vlastimil Bubnik, 11 Milan Dolinsky.
Coach: Rudolf Vytlacil.
France: 1 Jean Taillandier;, 2 Bruno Rodzik, 3 Robert Jonquet, 4 André Chorda,
5 Jean-Jacques Marcel, 6 Robert Siatka, 7 François Heutte, 8 Yvon Douis,
9 Maryan Wisnieski, 10 Michel Stievenard, 11 Jean Vincent.
Coach: Albert Batteux.
Match Content
FINAL

France. 10 july 1960 Paris. Stadium: – Parc des Princes.
Russia – Yugoslavia 2-1 (0-1, 1-1) AET 2-1.
43’ Milan Galic 0-1, 49’ Slava Metreveli 1-1, 113’ Victor Ponedelnik 2-1.
Referee: Arthur Edward Ellis (ENG), attendance: 17.966
Russia: 1-11 Lev Yashin; 2 Givi Chokheli, 3 Anatoli Maslenkine, 4 Anatoli Krutikov,
5 Iouri Voinov, 6 Igor Netto, 7 Slava Metreveli, 8 Valentin Ivanov,
9 Victor Ponedelnik, 10 Valentin Bouboukine, 11 Mikhail Meshki.
Coach: Gavril Kachalin.
Yugoslavia: 1 Blagoje Vidinic; 2 Vladimir Durkovic, 3 Fahrudin Jusufi,
4 Ante Zanetic, 5 Jovan Miladinovic, 6 Zeljko Perusic, 7 Dragoslav Sekularac ,
8 Drazen Jerkovic, 9 Milan Galic, 10 Željko Matuš, 11 Bora Kostic.
Coach: Ljubomir Lovric.

European Championship 1960 – Goal Scorers

Scorers

5 – Titus BUBERNÍK (Czechoslovakia), Just FONTAINE (France), Jean VINCENT (France)
4 – Milan GALIC (Yugoslavia)
3 – Erich HOF (Austria), Horst NEMEC (Austria), Vlastimil BUBNÍK (Czechoslovakia),
Milan DOLINSKÝ (Czechoslovakia), François HEUTTE (France),
Mário Esteves COLUŃA (Portugal), Valentin Kozmitsch IVANOV (Soviet Union),
Alfredo di STEFANO Lauhté (Spain), Borivoje KOSTIC (Yugoslavia),
2 – Ladislav PAVLOVIC (Czechoslovakia), Adolf SCHERER (Czechoslovakia),
Thadée CISOWSKI (France), Raymond KOPASZEWSKI (France), Ove ÖDEGAARD (Norway),
Domiciano Gomes CAVEM (Portugal), Sebastiăo Lucas da Fonseca MATATEU (Portugal),
Slava METREVELI (Soviet Union), Viktor PONEDELNIK (Soviet Union),
Luis SUÁREZ Miramontez (Spain), LEFTER Küçükandonyadis (Turkey),
Dražen JERKOVIC (Yugoslavia)
1 – Walter HORAK (Austria), Rudolf PICHLER (Austria), Erich PROBST (Austria),
Karl SKLERAN (Austria), Todor DIEV (Bulgaria),
Ladislav KACANI (Czechoslovakia), Josef MASOPUST (Czechoslovakia),
Imrich STACHO (Czechoslovakia), Bent HANSEN (Denmark), John KRAMER (Denmark),
Poul PEDERSEN (Denamark), Stéphane BRUEY (France),
Jean Jacques MARCEL (France), Bernard RAHIS (France),
Maryan WISNIESKI (France), Horst KOHLER (GDR), Gerhard VOGT (GDR),
Ilias IFANTIS (Greece), János GÖRÖCS (Hungary), Noel CANTWELL (Ireland),
Liam TUOHY (Ireland), Lucjan Antoni BRYCHCZY (Poland),
Ernest POL (Poland), Joaquim SANTANA Guimarăes (Portugal),
Gheorghe CONSTANTIN (Romania), Constantin DINULESCU (Romania),
Nicolae OAIDA (Romania), Anatolyi Mikhailovitsch ILYIN (Soviet Union),
Yuri VOINOV (Soviet Union), Francisco GENTO López (Spain),
Enrique GENSANA Merola (Spain), Zvezdan CEBINAC (Yugoslavia),
Tomislav KNEZ (Yugoslavia), Muhamed MUJIC (Yugoslavia),
Dragoslav ŠEKULARAC (Yugoslavia), Lazar TASIC (Yugoslavia),
Ante ŽANETIC (Yugoslavia),
own goal – Roger MARCHE (France) for Greece

Teams

21 – France
18 – Czechoslovakia
15 – Yugoslavia
10 – Austria
9 – Soviet Union
8 – Portugal
7 – Spain
3 – Denmark, Romania
2 – GDR, Greece, Ireland, Norway, Poland, Turkey
1 – Bulgaria, Hungary

total 108 goals

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