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EUROCOPA INGLATERRA 1996



GRUPO A

INGLATERRA 1 = David Seaman – Gary Neville, Tony Adams, Gareth Southgate, Stuart Pearce – Paul Ince, Steve Mc Manaman (Nick Barmby), Darren Anderton, Paul Gascoigne (David Platt) – Alan Shearer, Teddy Sheringham (Steve Stone)
DT= Terry Venables
SUIZA  1 = Marco Pascollo – Sebastien Jeanneret, Stephane Henchoz, Alain Geiger (Marcel Koller), Yvan Quentin – Johan Vogel, Ramón Vega, Ciriaco Sforza, Christophe Bonvin (Stephane Chapuisat) – Marco Grassi, Kubilay Türkylmaz
DT= Artur Jorge

Goles= Shearer (’23) – Türkylmaz (’83)
Arbitro= Manuel Díaz Vega (España)
Estadio= Wembley (Londres)
Fecha= 8 – 6 – 1996


HOLANDA 0 = Edwin Van der Sar – Michael Reiziger, Johan De Kock, Winston Bogarde – Edgar Davids, Clarence Seedorf, Richard Witschge (Phillip Cocu), Dennis Bergkamp – Ronald De Boer (Aron Winter), Jordi Cruyff, Gaston Taument (Patrick Kluivert)
DT= Guus Hiddink
ESCOCIA  0 = Andy Goram – Stewart Mc Kimmie (Craig Burley), Colin Hendry, Colin Calderwood, Thomas Boyd – Gary Mc Allister, Stuart Mc Call, John Collins, Kevin Gallacher (William Mc Kinley) – Gordon Durie, Scott Booth (John Spencer)
DT= Craig Brown

Arbitro= Leif Sundell (Escocia)
Estadio= Villa Park (Birmingham)
Fecha= 10 – 6 – 1996


HOLANDA 2 = Edwin Van der Sar – Michael Reiziger, Danny Blind, Winston Bogarde – Aron Winter, Clarence Seedorf (Johan De Kock), Richard Witschge, Dennis Bergkamp – Ronald De Boer (Edgar Davids), Jordi Cruyff (Patrick Kluivert), Peter Hoekstra
DT= Guus Hiddink
SUIZA  0 = Marco Pascollo – Sebastien Jeanneret (Alexandre Comisetti), Stephane Henchoz, Marc Hottiger, Yvan Quentin – Johan Vogel, Ramón Vega, Ciriaco Sforza, Stephane Chapuisat – Marco Grassi, Kubilay Türkylmaz
DT= Artur Jorge

Goles= Cruyff (’66), Bergkamp (’79)
Arbitro= Atanas Ouzounov (Bulgaria)
Estadio= Villa Park (Birmingham)
Fecha= 13 – 6 – 1996


INGLATERRA 2 = David Seaman – Gary Neville, Tony Adams, Gareth Southgate, Stuart Pearce (Jamie Radknapp (Sol Campbell)) – Paul Ince, Steve Mc Manaman (Steve Stone), Darren Anderton, Paul Gascoigne – Alan Shearer, Teddy Sheringham
DT= Terry Venables
ESCOCIA  0 = Andy Goram – Stewart Mc Kimmie, Colin Hendry, Colin Calderwood, Thomas Boyd – Gary Mc Allister, Stuart Mc Call, Thomas Mc Kinley (Craig Burley), John Collins – Gordon Durie (Eoin Jess), John Spencer (Alistair Mc Coist)
DT= Craig Brown

Goles= Shearer (’53), Gascoigne (’79)
Arbitro= Pierluigi Pairetto (Italia)
Estadio= Wembley (Londres)
Fecha= 15 – 6 – 1996


INGLATERRA 4 = David Seaman – Gary Neville, Tony Adams, Gareth Southgate, Stuart Pearce – Paul Ince (David Platt), Steve Mc Manaman, Darren Anderton, Paul Gascoigne – Alan Shearer (Nick Barmby), Teddy Sheringham (Robbie Fowler)
DT= Terry Venables
HOLANDA  1 = Edwin Van der Sar – Michael Reiziger, Danny Blind, Winston Bogarde – Aron Winter, Clarence Seedorf, Richard Witschge (Johan De Kock), Dennis Bergkamp – Ronald De Boer (Phillip Cocu), Jordi Cruyff, Peter Hoekstra (Patrick Kluivert)
DT= Guus Hiddink

Goles= Shearer (‘23) (’57), Sheringham (‘51) (’62) – Kluivert (’78)
Arbitro= Gerb Grabher (Austria)
Estadio= Wembley (Londres)
Fecha= 18 – 6 – 1996


ESCOCIA 1 = Andy Goram – Craig Burley, Colin Hendry, Colin Calderwood, Thomas Boyd – Gary Mc Allister, Stuart Mc Call, Thomas Mc Kinley (Scott Booth), John Collins – Gordon Durie, Alistair Mc Coist (John Spencer)
DT= Craig Brown
SUIZA  0 = Marco Pascollo – Marcel Koller (Raphael Wicky), Stephane Henchoz, Marc Hottiger, Yvan Quentin (Alexandre Comisetti) – Johan Vogel, Ramón Vega, Ciriaco Sforza, Christophe Bonvin – Stephane Chapuisat (Sebastien Fournier), Kubilay Türkylmaz
DT= Artur Jorge

Gol= Mc Coist (’37)
Arbitro= Vaclav Krondl (República Checa)
Estadio= Villa Park (Birmingham)
Fecha= 18 – 6 – 1996


                PJ  PG  PE  PP  GF  GC  Dif  PTS
1) INGLATERRA    3   2   1   0   7   2   +5   7 -
2) HOLANDA       3   1   1   1   3   4   -1   4 -
3) ESCOCIA       3   1   1   1   1   2   -1   4
4) SUIZA         3   0   1   2   1   4   -3   1


GRUPO B

ESPAÑA 1 = Andoni Zubizarreta – Alberto Belsué, Rafael Alkorta, Abelardo Fernández, Sergi Barjuán – Fernando Hierro, José Luis Pérez Caminero (Donato Gama), Guillermo Amor (Alfonso Pérez), Julen Guerrero (José Emilio Amavisca) – Juan Antonio Pizzi, Luis Enrique Martínez
DT= Javier Clemente
BULGARIA 1 = Borislav Mikhailov – Radostin Kishishev, Trifon Ivanov, Petar Houbtchev, Ilian Kiriakov (Tzanko Tzvetanov) – Zlatko Iankov, Krassimir Balakov, Iordan Letchkov – Hristo Stoichkov, Luboslav Penev (Daniel Borimirov), Emil Kostadinov (Ivailo Iordanov)
DT= Dimitar Penev

Goles= Alfonso (’73) – Stoichkov (’65)
Arbitro= Piero Ceccarini (Italia)
TR= Pizzi – Houbtchev
Estadio= Ellan Road (Leeds)
Fecha= 9 – 6 – 1996


FRANCIA 1 = Bernard Lama – Lilian Thuram, Marcel Desailly, Laurent Blanc, Eric Di Meco (Bixente Lizarazu) – Didier Deschamps, Vincent Guerin, Christian Karembeu, Zinedine Zidane (Alain Roche) – Christophe Dugarry (Patrice Loko), Yuri Djorkaeff
DT= Aimé Jacquet
RUMANÍA 0 = Bogdan Stelea – Dan Petrescu (Iulian Filipescu), Miodrag Belodedici, Gheorghe Mihali, Tibor Selymes – Ionut Lupescu, Gheorghe Popescu, Dorinel Munteanu, Gheorghe Hagi – Florin Raducioiu (Viorel Moldovan), Marius Lacatus (Adrian Ilie)
DT= Anghel Iordanescu

Gol= Dugarry (’24)
Arbitro= Helmut Krüg (Alemania)
Estadio= Saint James Park (Newcastle)
Fecha= 10 – 6 – 1996


BULGARIA 1 = Borislav Mikhailov – Radostin Kishishev, Trifon Ivanov, Ivailo Iordanov, Tzanko Tzvetanov – Zlatko Iankov, Krassimir Balakov, Iordan Letchkov (Gocho Guintchev) – Hristo Stoichkov, Luboslav Penev (Nasko Sirakov), Emil Kostadinov (Daniel Borimirov)
DT= Dimitar Penev
RUMANÍA 0 = Bogdan Stelea – Dan Petrescu, Miodrag Belodedici, Daniel Prodan, Tibor Selymes – Ionut Lupescu (Constantin Galca), Gheorghe Popescu (Adrian Ilie), Dorinel Munteanu, Gheorghe Hagi – Florin Raducioiu, Marius Lacatus (Viorel Moldovan)
DT= Anghel Iordanescu

Gol= Stoichkov (‘3)
Arbitro= Peter Mikkelsen (Dinamarca)
Estadio= Saint James Park (Newcastle)
Fecha= 13 – 6 – 1996


FRANCIA 1 = Bernard Lama – Jocelyn Angloma (Alain Roche),  Marcel Desailly, Laurent Blanc, Bixente Lizarazu – Didier Deschamps, Vincent Guerin (Lilian Thuram), Christian Karembeu, Zinedine Zidane – Patrice Loko (Christophe Dugarry), Yuri Djorkaeff
DT= Aimé Jacquet
ESPAÑA  0 = Andoni Zubizarreta – Jorge Otero (Francisco Narváez “Kiko”), Rafael Alkorta, Abelardo Fernández, Sergi Barjuán – Juan Manuel López, Fernando Hierro, José Luis Pérez Caminero, José Emilio Amavisca – Luis Enrique Martínez (Javier Manjarín), Alfonso Pérez (Julio Salinas)
DT= Javier Clemente

Goles= Djorkaeff (’48) – Caminero (’87)
Arbitro= Vadim Zhuk (Bielorrusia)
Estadio= Ellan Road (Leeds)
Fecha= 15 – 6 – 1996


ESPAÑA  2 = Andoni Zubizarreta – Juan Manuel López,  Rafael Alkorta, Abelardo Fernández (Guillermo Amor), Sergi Barjuán – Miguel Angel Nadal, Fernando Hierro, Javier Manjarín, José Emilio Amavisca (Julen Guerrero) – Juan Antonio Pizzi (Alfonso Pérez), Francisco Narváez “Kiko”
DT= Javier Clemente
RUMANÍA 1 = Florian Prunea – Dan Petrescu, Anton Dobos, Daniel Prodan (Ionut Lupescu), Tibor Selymes – Constantin Galca, Gheorghe Popescu, Adrian Ilie (Dorinel Munteanu), Gheorghe Hagi – Florin Raducioiu (Ion Vladoiu), Ovidiu Stinga
DT= Anghel Iordanescu

Goles= Manjarín (’10), Amor (’83) – Raducioiu (’28) 
Arbitro= Ahmet Çakar (Turquía)
Estadio= Ellan Road (Leeds)
Fecha= 18 – 6 – 1996


FRANCIA 3 = Bernard Lama – Lilian Thuram, Marcel Desailly, Laurent Blanc, Bixente Lizarazu – Didier Deschamps, Vincent Guerin, Christian Karembeu, Zinedine Zidane (Reynald Pedros) – Christophe Dugarry, Yuri Djorkaeff (Patrice Loko)
DT= Aimé Jacquet
BULGARIA 1 = Borislav Mikhailov – Emil Kremenliev, Trifon Ivanov, Petar Houtchev, Tzanko Tzvetanov – Zlatko Iankov (Daniel Borimirov), Ivailo Iordanov, Krassimir Balakov (Georgi Donkov), Iordan Letchkov – Hristo Stoichkov, Luboslav Penev
DT= Dimitar Penev

Goles= Blanc (’21), Aut.Penev (’64), Loko (’90) – Stoichkov (’69)  
Arbitro= Dermot Gallagher (Inglaterra), reemplazado por Paul Durkin (Inglaterra)
Estadio= Saint James Park (Newcastle)
Fecha= 18 – 6 – 1996


              PJ  PG  PE  PP  GF  GC  Dif  PTS
1) FRANCIA     3   2   1   0   5   2   +3   7 -
2) ESPAÑA      3   1   2   0   4   3   +1   5 -
3) BULGARIA    3   1   1   1   3   4   -1   4
4) RUMANÍA     3   0   0   3   1   4   -3   0






GRUPO C

ALEMANIA  2 = Andreas Köpke – Stefan Reuter, Jurgen Köhler (Markus Babbel), Thomas Helmer, Christian Ziege – Dieter Eilts, Matthias Sammer, Andreas Möller, Thomas Hassler – Fredi Bobic (Thomas Strunz), Stefan Kuntz (Oliver Bierhoff)
DT= Bertie Vogts
REPÚBLICA CHECA 0 = Petr Kouba – Michal Hornak, Miroslav Kadlec, Jan Suchoparek, Radoslav Latal – Radek Bejbl, Jiri Nemec, Pavel Nedved, Martin Frydek (Radek Drulak), Karel Poborsky (Patrick Berger) – Pavel Kuka
DT= Dusan Uhrin

Goles= Ziege (’26), Möller (’32)
Arbitro= David Elleray (Inglaterra)
Estadio= Old Trafford (Manchester)
Fecha= 9 – 6 – 1996


ITALIA 2 = Angelo Peruzzi – Roberto Mussi, Alessandro Costacurta, Luigi Apolloni, Paolo Maldini – Demetrio Albertini, Angelo Di Livio (Diego Fuser), Roberto Di Matteo, Alessandro Del Piero (Roberto Donadoni) – Gianfranco Zola, Pierluigi Casiraghi (Fabrizio Ravanelli)
DT= Arrigo Sacchi
RUSIA  1 = Stanislav Cherchesov – Omari Tetradze, Evgeni Bushmanov (Igor Yanovski), Yuri Kovtun, Ilya Tsimbalar (Igor Dobrovolski) – Viktor Onopko, Vladislav Radimov, Andrei Kanchelskis, Valery Karpin, Alexander Mostovoi (Sergei Kiriakov) – Igor Kolyvanov
DT= Oleg Romantsev

Goles= Casiraghi (‘4) (’51) – Tsimbalar (’21)
Arbitro= Leslie Mottram (Escocia)
Estadio= Anfield Road (Liverpool)
Fecha= 11 – 6 – 1996


REPÚBLICA CHECA 2 = Petr Kouba – Michal Hornak, Miroslav Kadlec, Jan Suchoparek, Radoslav Latal (Vaclav Nemecek) – Radek Bejbl, Jiri Nemec, Pavel Nedved, Karel Poborsky – Patrick Berger (Vladimir Smicer), Pavel Kuka
DT= Dusan Uhrin
ITALIA  1 = Angelo Peruzzi – Roberto Mussi, Alessandro Costacurta, Luigi Apolloni, Paolo Maldini – Demetrio Albertini, Dino Baggio (Amedeo Carboni), Diego Fuser, Roberto Donadoni – Enrico Chiesa (Gianfranco Zola), Fabrizio Ravanelli (Pierluigi Casiraghi)
DT= Arrigo Sacchi

Goles= Nedved (‘4), Bejbl (’35) – Chiesa (’18) 
Arbitro= Antonio López Nieto (España)
TR= Apolloni
Estadio= Anfield Road (Liverpool)
Fecha= 14 – 6 – 1996


ALEMANIA 3 = Andreas Köpke – Stefan Reuter, Markus Babbel, Thomas Helmer, Christian Ziege – Dieter Eilts, Matthias Sammer, Andreas Möller (Thomas Strunz), Thomas Hassler (Steffen Freund) – Jurgen Klinsmann ,Oliver Bierhoff (Stefan Kuntz)
DT= Bertie Vogts
RUSIA  0 = Dimitri Kharin – Omari Tetradze, Yuri Nikiforov, Yuri Kovtun, Ilya Tsimbalar – Viktor Onopko, Vladislav Radimov (Valery Karpin), Dimitri Khokhlov (Igor Simutenkov), Andrei Kanchelskis, Alexander Mostovoi – Igor Kolyvanov
DT= Oleg Romantsev

Goles= Sammer (’56), Klinsmann (‘77) (’90) 
Arbitro= Kim Milton Nielsen (Dinamarca)
TR= Kovtun
Estadio= Old Trafford (Manchester)
Fecha= 16 – 6 – 1996


ALEMANIA 0 = Andreas Köpke – Steffen Freund, Thomas Strunz, Thomas Helmer, Christian Ziege – Dieter Eilts, Matthias Sammer, Andreas Möller (Marco Bode), Thomas Hassler – Jurgen Klinsmann , Fredi Bobic
DT= Bertie Vogts
ITALIA  0 = Angelo Peruzzi – Roberto Mussi, Alessandro Costacurta, Paolo Maldini, Amedeo Carboni (Moreno Torricelli) – Demetrio Albertini, Diego Fuser (Angelo Di Livio), Roberto Di Matteo (Enrico Chiesa), Roberto Donadoni – Gianfranco Zola, Pierluigi Casiraghi
DT= Arrigo Sacchi

Arbitro= Guy Goethals (Bélgica)
TR= Strunz
Estadio= Old Trafford (Manchester)
Fecha= 19 – 6 – 1996


REPÚBLICA CHECA 3 = Petr Kouba – Michal Hornak, Lubos Kubik, Jan Suchoparek, Radoslav Latal  – Radek Bejbl, Jiri Nemec, Pavel Nedved, Karel Poborsky – Patrick Berger (Vaclav Nemecek ), Pavel Kuka (Vladimir Smicer)
DT= Dusan Uhrin
RUSIA  3 = Stanislav Cherchesov – Omari Tetradze, Sergei Gorlukovich, Yuri Nikiforov, Ilya Tsimbalar (Igor Shalimov) – Igor Yanovski, Vladislav Radimov, Dimitri Khokhlov, Valery Karpin – Igor Simutenkov (Vladimir Beschastnykh), Igor Kolyvanov (Alexander Mostovoi)
DT= Oleg Romantsev

Goles= Suchoparek (‘6), Kuka (’19), Smicer (’89) – Mostovoi (’49), Tetradze (’54), Beschastnykh (’85) 
Arbitro= Anders Frisk (Suecia)
Estadio= Anfield Road (Liverpool)
Fecha= 19 – 6 – 1996

                     PJ  PG  PE  PP  GF  GC  Dif  PTS
1) ALEMANIA           3   2   1   0   5   0   +5   7 -    
2) REPÚBLICA CHECA    3   1   1   1   5   6   -1   4 -
3) ITALIA             3   1   1   1   3   3    =   4
4) RUSIA              3   0   1   2   4   8   -4   1


GRUPO D

DINAMARCA 1 = Peter Schmeichel – Thomas Helveg, Jes Hogh, Marc Rieper, Jens Risager – Claus Thomsen (Torben Piechnik), Brian Steen Nielsen, Henrik Larsen (Kim Vilfort), Michael Laudrup – Mikkel Beck, Brian Laudrup
DT= Richard Möller-Nielsen
PORTUGAL  1 = Vitor Baia – Paulinho Santos, Fernando Couto, Helder Cristovao, Dimas Teixeira – Océano Andrades (Antonio Folha), Paulo Sousa (José Tavares), Luis Figo (Domingos Oliveira), Rui Costa – Ricardo Sá Pinto, Joao Pinto Vieira
DT= Antonio Oliveira

Goles= B.Laudrup (’21) – Sá Pinto (’52)
Arbitro= Mario Van der Ende (Holanda)
Estadio= Hillsborough (Sheffield)
Fecha= 9 – 6 – 1996


CROACIA 1 = Drazen Ladic – Slaven Bilic, Nikola Jerkan, Igor Stimac, Robert Jarni – Aljosa Asanovic, Zvonimir Boban (Zvonimir Soldo), Mario Stanic, Robert Prosinecki – Davor Suker (Dubravko Pavlicic), Alen Boksic (Goran Vlaovic)
DT= Miroslav Blazevic
TURQUÍA 0 = Rüstü Recber – Rahim Zafer, Özalan Alpay, Ogün Temizkanoglu, Inceefe Vedat, Ercan Abdullah – Tugay Kerimoglu, Kafkas Tolunay (Sankacli Saffet), Sergen Yalçin – Hakan Sükür, Erdem Arif (Hami Mandirali)
DT= Fatih Terim

Gol= Vlaovic (’85)
Arbitro= Serge Muhmenthaler (Suiza)
Estadio= City Ground (Nottingham)
Fecha=11 – 6 – 1996


PORTUGAL 1 = Vitor Baia – Paulinho Santos, Fernando Couto, Helder Cristovao, Dimas Teixeira – Antonio Folha (José Tavares), Paulo Sousa, Luis Figo, Rui Costa – Ricardo Sá Pinto (Jorge Cadete), Joao Pinto Vieira (Hugo Porfirio)
DT= Antonio Oliveira
TURQUÍA  0 = Rüstü Recber – Reçep Çetin, Özalan Alpay, Ogün Temizkanoglu (Rahim Zafer), Inceefe Vedat, Ercan Abdullah – Tugay Kerimoglu, Sankacli Saffet (Kafkas Tolunay), Sergen Yalçin – Hakan Sükür, Oguz Çetin (Erdem Arif)
DT= Fatih Terim

Gol= F.Couto (’66)
Arbitro= Sandor Puhl (Hungría)
Estadio= City Ground (Nottingham)
Fecha=14 – 6 – 1996


CROACIA  3 = Drazen Ladic – Slaven Bilic, Nikola Jerkan, Igor Stimac, Robert Jarni – Aljosa Asanovic, Zvonimir Boban (Zvonimir Soldo), Mario Stanic, Robert Prosinecki (Mladen Mladenovic) – Davor Suker, Goran Vlaovic (Nikola Jurcevic)
 DT= Miroslav Blazevic
DINAMARCA 0 = Peter Schmeichel – Thomas Helveg (Jacob Laursen), Jes Hogh, Marc Rieper, Michael Schjönberg – Claus Thomsen, Brian Steen Nielsen, Kim Vilfort (Mikkel Beck), Henrik Larsen (Stig Tofting), Michael Laudrup – Brian Laudrup
DT= Richard Möller-Nielsen

Goles= Suker (‘53) (’89), Boban (’84)
Arbitro= Marc Batta (Francia)
Estadio= Hillsborough (Sheffield)
Fecha= 16 – 6 – 1996


PORTUGAL 3 = Vitor Baia – Carlos Secretario, Fernando Couto, Helder Cristovao, Dimas Teixeira – Océano Andrades, Paulo Sousa (José Tavares), Luis Figo, Rui Costa (Pedro Barbosa) – Ricardo Sá Pinto (Domingos Oliveira), Joao Pinto Vieira
DT= Antonio Oliveira
CROACIA  0 = Marijan Mrmic – Slaven Bilic, Dubravko Pavlicic, Darío Simic, Robert Jarni – Zvonimir Soldo, Mladen Mladenovic (Zvonimir Boban), Nikola Jurcevic, Robert Prosinecki (Aljosa Asanovic) – Igor Pamic (Davor Suker) Goran Vlaovic
 DT= Miroslav Blazevic

Goles= Figo (‘4), Joao Pinto (’33), Domingos (’82)
Arbitro= Bernd Heynemann (Alemania)
Estadio= City Ground (Nottingham)
Fecha=19 – 6 – 1996


DINAMARCA 3 = Peter Schmeichel – Thomas Helveg, Jes Hogh, Marc Rieper, Michael Schjönberg (Henrik Larsen) – Claus Thomsen, Brian Steen Nielsen, Eric Bo Andersen (Soren Andersen), Allan Nielsen, Michael Laudrup – Brian Laudrup
DT= Richard Möller-Nielsen
TURQUÍA  0 = Rüstü Recber – Reçep Çetin (Bülent Korkmaz), Özalan Alpay, Ogün Temizkanoglu, Inceefe Vedat, Ercan Abdullah – Tugay Kerimoglu, Tayfun Korkut, Mandirali Hami – Hakan Sükür (Erdem Arif), Orhan Çikirikçi (Sankacli Saffet)
DT= Fatih Terim

Goles= B.Laudrup (‘49) (’82), A.Nielsen (’68)
Arbitro= Nikolai Levnikov (Rusia)
Estadio= Hillsborough (Sheffield)
Fecha= 19 – 6 – 1996


                PJ  PG  PE  PP  GF  GC  Dif  PTS
1) PORTUGAL      3   2   1   0   5   1   +4   7 -  
2) CROACIA       3   2   0   1   4   3   +1   6 -
3) DINAMARCA     3   1   1   1   4   4    =   4
4) TURQUÍA       3   0   0   3   0   5   -5   0



CUARTOS DE FINAL


INGLATERRA 0 (4) = David Seaman – Gary Neville, Tony Adams, Gareth Southgate, Stuart Pearce – David Platt, Steve Mc Manaman (Nick Barmby), Darren Anderton (Steve Stone), Paul Gascoigne – Alan Shearer, Teddy Sheringham (Robbie Fowler)
DT= Terry Venables
ESPAÑA  0 (2) = Andoni Zubizarreta – Alberto Belsué, Rafael Alkorta (Juan Manuel López), Abelardo Fernández, Sergi Barjuán – Miguel Angel Nadal, Fernando Hierro, Guillermo Amor, Javier Manjarín (José Luis Pérez Caminero) – Francisco Narváez “Kiko”, Julio Salinas (Alfonso Pérez)
DT= Javier Clemente

PC= Shearer,  Platt, Pearce, Gascoigne (I) Amor, Belsué (E)
PE= Hierro, Nadal (E)
Arbitro= Marc Batta (Francia)
Estadio= Wembley (Londres)
Fecha= 22 – 6 – 1996


FRANCIA 0 (5) = Bernard Lama – Lilian Thuram, Marcel Desailly, Laurent Blanc, Bixente Lizarazu – Didier Deschamps, Vincent Guerin, Christian Karembeu, Zinedine Zidane – Yuri Djorkaeff (Reynald Pedros (Christophe Dugarry)), Patrice Loko
DT= Aimé Jacquet
HOLANDA 0 (4) = Edwin Van der Sar – Michael Reiziger, Danny Blind, Johan De Kock, Winston Bogarde – Phillip Cocu, Richard Witschge (Yuri Mulder), Ronald De Boer, Dennis Bergkamp (Clarence Seedorf) – Jordi Cruyff (Aron Winter), Patrick Kluivert
DT= Guus Hiddink

PC= Zidane, Djorkaeff, Lizarazu, Guerin, Blanc (F) De Kock, R.De Boer, Kluivert, Blind (H)
PE= Seedorf (H)
Arbitro= Antonio López Nieto (España)
Estadio= Anfield Road (Liverpool)
Fecha= 22 – 6 – 1996


ALEMANIA 2 = Andreas Kópke – Stefan Reuter, Markus Babbel, Thomas Helmer, Christian Ziege – Dieter Eilts, Matthias Sammer, Andreas Móller, Mehmet Scholl (Thomas Hassler) – Jurgen Klinsmann (Steffen Freund), Fredi Bobic (Stefan Kuntz)
DT= Berti Vogts
CROACIA  1 = Drazen Ladic – Slaven Bilic, Nikola Jerkan, Igor Stimac, Robert Jarni – Aljosa Asanovic, Mario Stanic, Nikola Jurcevic, Zvonimir Boban (Mladen Mladenovic) – Davor Suker, Goran Vlaovic
DT= Miroslav Blazevic

Goles= Klinsmann (’21), Sammer (’59) – Suker (’50)
Arbitro= Leif Sundell (Suecia)
Estadio= Old Trafford (Manchester)
Fecha= 23 – 6 – 1996


REPÚBLICA CHECA 1 = Petr Kouba – Michael Hornak, Miroslav Kadlec, Jan Suchoparek, Radoslav Latal – Radek Bejbl, Jiri Nemec, Vaclav Nemecek (Patrick Berger), Karel Poborsky – Pavel Kuka, Vladimir Smicer (Lubos Kubik)
DT= Dusan Uhrin
PORTUGAL  0 = Vitor Baia – Carlos Secretario, Fernando Couto, Helder Cristovao, Dimas Teixeira – Océano Andrades, Paulo Sousa, Luis Figo (Jorge Cadete), Rui Costa (Antonio Folha) – Ricardo Sá Pinto (Domingos Oliveira), Joao Pinto Vieira
DT= Antonio Oliveira

Gol= Poborsky (’53)
Arbitro= Helmut Krüg (Alemania)
TR= Latal
Estadio= Villa Park (Birmingham)
Fecha= 27 – 6 – 1996


SEMIFINALES


REPÚBLICA CHECA 0 (6) = Petr Kouba – Michael Hornak, Miroslav Kadlec, Pavel Novotny, Karel Rada – Jiri Nemec (Lubos Kubik), Vaclav Nemecek, Pavel Nedved, Karel Poborsky – Radek Drulak (Martin Kotulek), Vladimir Smicer (Patrick Berger)
DT= Dusan Uhrin
FRANCIA  0 (5) = Bernard Lama – Lilian Thuram (Jocelyn Angloma), Alain Roche, Laurent Blanc, Bixente Lizarazu – Marcel Desailly, Vincent Guerin, Sabri Lamouchi (Reynald Pedros), Zinedine Zidane – Yuri Djorkaeff, Patrice Loko
DT= Aimé Jacquet

PC= Kubik, Nedved, Poborsky, Rada, Kadlec, Berger (RCH) Zidane, Djorkaeff, Lizarazu, Guerin, Blanc (F)
PE= Pedros (F)
Arbitro= Leslie Mottram (Escocia)
Estadio= Old Trafford (Manchester)
Fecha= 26 – 6 – 1996


ALEMANIA 1 (6) = Andreas Köpke – Stefan Reuter, Markus Babbel, Thomas Helmer (Marco Bode), Christian Ziege – Dieter Eilts, Matthias Sammer, Steffen Freund (Thomas Strunz), Mehmet Scholl (Thomas Hassler), Andreas Möller – Stefan Kuntz
DT= Berti Vogts
INGLATERRA 1 (5) = David Seaman – David Platt, Tony Adams, Gareth Southgate, Stuart Pearce – Paul Ince, Steve Mc Manaman, Darren Anderton, Paul Gascoige – Alan Shearer, Teddy Sheringham
DT= Terry Venables

Goles= Kuntz (’16) – Shearer (‘3)
PC= Strunz, Reuter, Hassler, Ziege, Kuntz, Möller (A) Shearer, Platt, Pearce, Gascoigne, Sheringham (I)
PE= Southgate (I)
Arbitro= Sandor Puhl (Inglaterra)
Estadio= Wembley (Londres)
Fecha= 26 – 6 – 1996


FINAL

ALEMANIA  2 = Andreas Köpke – Thomas Strunz, Markus Babbel, Thomas Helmer, Christian Ziege – Dieter Eilts (Marco Bode), Matthias Sammer, Mehmet Scholl (Oliver Bierhoff), Thomas Hassler – Jurgen Klinsmann, Stefan Kuntz
DT= Berti Vogts
REPÚBLICA CHECA 1 = Petr Kouba – Michael Hornak, Miroslav Kadlec, Jan Suchoparek, Karel Rada – Radek Bejbl (Vladimir Smicer), Jiri Nemec, Pavel Nedved, Karel Poborsky – Pavel Kuka, Patrick Berger
DT= Dusan Uhrin

Goles= Bierhoff (‘73) (’95) – Berger (’59)
Arbitro= Pierluigi Pairetto (Italia)
Estadio= Wembley (Londres)
Fecha= 30 – 6 – 1996