1964 European Nations' Cup qualifying

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This article describes the qualifying procedure for the 1964 European Nations' Cup, the third edition of the European Nations Cup tournament.

Qualified teams[edit | edit source]

Team Qualified as Qualified on Previous Appearances
 Spain Quarter Finals winner 23 April 1964 0 (debut)
 West Germany Quarter Finals winner 29 April 1964 0 (debut)
 Czechoslovakia Quarter Finals winner 3 May 1964 1 (1960)

First Round[edit | edit source]

First leg[edit | edit source]

June 24, 1962
Austria  1–1  Hungary
Koleznik Goal 52' Rákosi Goal 76'
Praterstadion, Vienna
Attendance: 63,000


June 28, 1962
Denmark  2–0  Turkey
Clausen Goal 8'
Bruun Goal 75'
Idrætsparken, Copenhagen
Attendance: 31,000


July 9, 1962
Iceland  0–3  Czechoslovakia
MašekGoal 14'
MasopustGoal 38'
KučeraGoal 79'
Laugardalsvöllur, Reykjavík
Attendance: 7,100


September 16, 1962
Norway  2–0  Greece
Krogh Goal 22'
Kotte Goal 43'
Ullevål, Oslo
Attendance: 21,000


September 30, 1962
Bulgaria  1–1  Republic of Ireland
Yakimov Goal 71' Fogarty Goal 17'
Vasil Levski Stadium, Sofia
Attendance: 31,000


October 10, 1962
Poland  2–1   Switzerland
Pohl Goal 11'74' Hertig Goal 27'
Stadion Śląski, Chorzów
Attendance: 30,000


October 14, 1962
Luxembourg  1–3  Sweden
Dimmer Goal 70' Eriksson Goal 14'
Bild Goal 51'
Hamrin Goal 56'
Stade Municipal, Luxembourg City
Attendance: 6,700


October 14, 1962
Belgium  1–0  Great Britain
McMichael Goal 83' (o.g.)
Bosuilstadion, Antwerp
Attendance: 53,000


October 14, 1962
Brittany  0–4  Netherlands
Swart Goal 12'
Nuninga Goal 25'55'
Moulijn Goal 39'
Stade de l'Armoricaine, Brest
Attendance: 9,000


November 1, 1962
Spain  3–0  Finland
Guillot Goal 13'75'
Veloso Goal 31'
Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
Attendance: 47,000


November 21, 1962
East Germany  1–0  West Germany
Erler Goal 76'
Walter Ulbricht Stadion, Berlin
Attendance: 26,201


November 25, 1962
Romania  2–1  Portugal
Manolache Goal 52'
Constantin Goal 86'
Eusébio Goal 70'
Stadionul 23 August, Bucharest
Attendance: 61,000


December 2, 1962
Malta  1–4  Italy
Urpani Goal 78' Rivera Goal 13'
Orlando Goal 36'73'86'
Empire Stadium, Gżira
Attendance: 5,300


January 16, 1963
Albania  0–3  Soviet Union
Ponedelnik Goal 33'
Gusarov Goal 41'
Voronin Goal 64'
Stadiumi Kombëtar Qemal Stafa, Tirana
Attendance: 10,000

Second leg[edit | edit source]

August 12, 1962
Czechoslovakia  4–0  Iceland
Pluskal Goal 46'
Adamec Goal 60'73'78'
Strahov Stadium, Prague
Attendance: 16,111

Czechoslovakia won 7–0 on aggregate and advance to the second round


October 17, 1962
Greece  1–2  Norway
Stefanakos Goal 68' Krogh Goal 21'45'
Nea Filadelfia Stadium, Nea Filadelfeia
Attendance: 9,510

Norway won 4–1 on aggregate and advance to the second round


October 28, 1962
Hungary  2–1  Austria
Bene Goal 63'
Tichy Goal 83' (pen.)
Flögel Goal 76'
Népstadion, Budapest
Attendance: 52,000

Hungary won 3–2 on aggregate and advance to the second round


November 4, 1962
Sweden  1–2  Luxembourg
Martinsson Goal 27' May Goal 12'
Konter Goal 76'
Malmö Stadion, Malmö
Attendance: 10,000

Sweden won 4–3 on aggregate and advance to the second round


November 7, 1962
Great Britain  3–0  Belgium
Flowers Goal 51'
Smith Goal 68'80'
Hampden Park, Glagsow
Attendance: 41,000

Great Britain won 3–1 on aggregate and advance to the second round


November 7, 1962
Bulgaria  1–0  Republic of Ireland
Asparuhov Goal 21'
National Stadium Vasil Levski, Sofia
Attendance: 23,100

Bulgaria won 2–1 on aggregate and advance to the second round


November 11, 1962
Netherlands  7–0  Brittany
Kruiver Goal 8'
Groot Goal 23'36'
van der Linden Goal 26'65'
Muller Goal 40'
Nuninga Goal 79'
Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam
Attendance: 14,210

Netherlands won 11–0 on aggregate and advance to the second round


December 8, 1962
Italy  3–0  Malta
Mora Goal 17'
Rivera Goal 46'56'
Stadio Comunale Bologna, Bologna
Attendance: 15,000

Italy won 7–1 on aggregate and advance to the second round


December 12, 1962
Turkey  1–0  Denmark
Oktay Goal 80'
Mithatpaşa Stadyumu, Istanbul
Attendance: 12,100

Denmark won 2–1 on aggregate and advance to the second round


December 16, 1962
Portugal  2–0  Romania
Hernâni Silva Goal 28'40'
Estádio do Restelo, Lisbon
Attendance: 21,100

Portugal won 3–2 on aggregate and advance to the second round


December 23, 1962
West Germany  2–1  East Germany
Kraus Goal 50'64' Heine Goal 72'
Wildparkstadion, Karlsruhe
Attendance: 35,660

2–2 on aggregate, A replay was played on a neutral ground to determine the winner.


March 31, 1963
Switzerland   3–0  Poland
Hertig Goal 22'
Allemann Goal 47'67'
Wankdorfstadion, Bern
Attendance: 26,000

Switzerland won 4–2 on aggregate and advance to the second round


May 5, 1963
Soviet Union  2–1  Albania
Ponedelnik Goal 51'
Tchislenko Goal 70'
Pano Goal 66'
Lenin Central Stadium, Moscow
Attendance: 40,000

Soviet Union won 5–1 on aggregate and advance to the second round


June 20, 1963
Finland  2–1  Spain
Pahlman Goal 36' (pen.)
Peltonen Goal 71' (pen.)
Zaballa Goal 89'
Helsinki Olympic Stadium, Helsinki
Attendance: 33,100

Spain won 4–2 on aggregate and advance to the second round

Replay[edit | edit source]

January 23, 1963
West Germany  1–0  East Germany
Seeler Goal 19'
Stadio Olimpico, Rome
Attendance: 5,120

West Germany won 3–2 on aggregate and advance to the second round

Secound Round[edit | edit source]

First leg[edit | edit source]

March 27, 1963
Netherlands  1–1  Italy
Kruiver Goal 31' Sormani Goal 18'
Stadion de Kuip, Rotterdam
Attendance: 58,000


March 30, 1963
Czechoslovakia  1–0  Great Britain
Mašek Goal 66'
Stadion Československé Armády, Prague
Attendance: 20,000


May 18, 1963
Sweden  1–1  France
Hamrin Goal 78' Cossou Goal 75'
Råsunda Fotbollstadion, Solna
Attendance: 21,000


June 5, 1963
Switzerland   1–4  West Germany
Hertig Goal 67' Brülls Goal 11'
Seeler Goal 53'
Strehl Goal 60'83'
St. Jakob Stadion, Basel
Attendance: 44,101


June 19, 1963
Yugoslavia  1–1  Soviet Union
Zambata Goal 43' Ivanov Goal 40'
Stadion Jugoslovenska Narodna Armija, Belgrade
Attendance: 45,101


June 29, 1963
Denmark  3–1  Portugal
Clausen Goal 12'55'
Madsen Goal 20'
Coluna Goal 87'
Københavns Idrætspark, Copenhagen
Attendance: 27,000


September 15, 1963
Norway  2–2  Spain
Berg Goal 2'
Kristoffersen Goal 29'
Collar Goal 22'
Amancio Goal 51'
Brann Stadion, Bergen
Attendance: 22,000


September 18, 1963
Bulgaria  1–2  Hungary
Yakimov Goal 48' Farkas Goal 72'
Tichy Goal 80'
National Stadium Vasil Levski, Sofia
Attendance: 37,000

Second leg[edit | edit source]

September 28, 1963
West Germany  4–0   Switzerland
Seeler Goal 8'18'75'
Haller Goal 50'
Waldstadion, Frankfurt
Attendance: 49,000

West Germany won 8–1 on aggregate and advance to the quarter finals.


October 13, 1963
Soviet Union  1–0  Yugoslavia
Ponedelnik Goal 40'
Lenin Central Stadium, Moscow
Attendance: 90,000

Soviet Union won 2–1 on aggregate and advance to the quarter finals.


October 26, 1963
France  2–1  Sweden
Cossou Goal 23'44' Simonsson Goal 24'
Parc de Princes, Paris
Attendance: 30,000

France won 3–2 on aggregate and advance to the quarter finals.


October 27, 1963
Hungary  3–0  Bulgaria
Sándor Goal 55'74'
Tichy Goal 68'
Nepstadion, Hungary
Attendance: 55,000

Hungary won 5–1 on aggregate and advance to the quarter finals.


November 10, 1963
Italy  1–2  Netherlands
Menichelli Goal 88' Kruiver Goal 4'
Hollander Goal 81'
Stadio Olimpico, Rome
Attendance: 59,000

Netherlands won 3–2 on aggregate and advance to the quarter finals.


November 20, 1963
Great Britain  2–2  Czechoslovakia
Smith Goal 25' (pen.)
Tambling Goal 58'
Adamec Goal 12'
Mraz Goal 70'
British Empire Exhibition Stadium, London
Attendance: 54,000

Czechoslovakia won 3–2 on aggregate and advance to the quarter finals.


December 1, 1963
Spain  3–1  Norway
Pereda Goal 51'
Marcelino Goal 61'
Veloso Goal 83'
Krogh Goal 28'
Estadio de Mestalla, Valencia
Attendance: 40,000

Spain won 5–3 on aggregate and advance to the quarter finals.


December 8, 1963
Portugal  1–0  Denmark
Eusébio Goal 75'

Denmark won 3–2 on aggregate and advance to the quarter finals.

Quarter finals[edit | edit source]

First leg[edit | edit source]

March 11, 1964
Spain  2–1  Soviet Union
Suárez Goal 28'
Amancio Goal 65'
Khoussaïnov Goal 53'
Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, Seville
Attendance: 21,215


April 11, 1964
Hungary  0–3  Czechoslovakia
Mašek Goal 11'
Scherer Goal 29'
Popluhár Goal 40'
Nepstadion, Budapest
Attendance: 41,000


April 12, 1964
Netherlands  1–1  West Germany
Schulz Goal 23' (og) Haller Goal 53'
Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam
Attendance: 37,000


April 25, 1964
France  2–1  Denmark
Combin Goal 12'
Di Nallo Goal 74'
Madsen Goal 81'
Stade Olympique, Colombes
Attendance: 32,089

Second leg[edit | edit source]

April 23, 1964
Soviet Union  2–2  Spain
Ivanov Goal 32'
Voronin Goal 78'
Suárez Goal 57'
Amancio Goal 80'
Central Stadium, Kiev
Attendance: 38,000

Spain won 4–3 on aggregate and advance to the final tournament


April 29, 1964
West Germany  3–2  Netherlands
Brunnenmeier Goal 9'
Konietzka Goal 32'
Seeler Goal 70'
Nuninga Goal 57'
Keizer Goal 62'
Südweststadion, Ludwigshafen am Rhein
Attendance: 56,000

West Germany won 4–3 on aggregate and advance to the final tournament


May 3, 1964
Czechoslovakia  2–0  Hungary
Valosek Goal 49'
Mészöly Goal 80' (og)
Stadion Československé Armády, Prague
Attendance: 20,000

Czechoslovakia won 5–0 on aggregate and advance to the final tournament


1964
Denmark  v  France


External links[edit | edit source]

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