Sat
15
Dec
11:48 am

1 07/06 Grp - A Switzerland 18:00 Czech Republic - Basel
2 07/06 Grp - A Portugal 20:45 Turkey - Geneva

3 08/06 Grp - B Austria 18:00 Croatia - Vienna
4 08/06 Grp - B Germany 20:45 Poland - Klagenfurt

5 09/06 Grp - C Romania 18:00 France - Zürich
6 09/06 Grp - C Holland 20:45 Italy - Berne

7 10/06 Grp - D Spain 18:00 Russia - Innsbruck
8 10/06 Grp - D Greece 20:45 Sweden - Innsbruck

9 11/06 Grp - A Czech Republic 18:00 Portugal - Geneva
10 11/06 Grp - A Switzerland 20:45 Turkey - Basel

11 12/06 Grp - B Croatia 18:00 Germany - Klagenfurt
12 12/06 Grp - B Austria 20:45 Poland - Vienna

13 13/06 Grp - C Italy 18:00 Romania - Zürich
14 13/06 Grp - C Holland 20:45 France - Berne

15 14/06 Grp - D Sweden 18:00 Spain - Innsbruck
16 14/06 Grp - D Greece 20:45 Russia - Innsbruck

17 15/06 Grp - A Switzerland 20:45 Portugal - Basel
18 15/06 Grp - A Turkey 20:45 Czech Republic - Geneva

19 16/06 Grp - B Austria 20:45 Germany - Vienna
20 16/06 Grp - B Poland 20:45 Croatia - Klagenfurt

21 17/06 Grp - C Holland 20:45 Romania - Berne
22 17/06 Grp - C France 20:45 Italy - Zürich

23 18/06 Grp - D Greece 20:45 Spain - Innsbruck
24 18/06 Grp - D Russia 20:45 Sweden - Innsbruck

Sat
15
Dec
11:46 am

Here are the groups for the Euro 2008:

Group A: Switzerland, Turkey, Portugal, Czech Republic

Group B: Austria, Poland, Germany, Croatia

Group C: Holland, France, Romania, Italy

Group D: Greece, Russia, Spain, Sweden

Sat
15
Dec
11:33 am

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Mon
29
Oct
2:19 pm

Greece qualify for Euro 2008

Turkey entertained local rivals Greece in Istanbul with both sides still having every chance of qualifying for Euro 2008. The hosts had the better of the opening stages, illustrated by Hamit Altintop’s 21. minute effort. Greece, the defending European champion, pushed forward looking for the opening goal. Georgios Karagounis tried his luck in the 62. minute, but goalkeeper Demirel blocked the shot. Turkey were having similar problems converting their pressure into goals. Emre’s shot in the 64th minute went agonisingly close, but ultimately wide. The Euro 2004 winners eventually broke the deadlock in the 79th minute when Georgios Samaras found Ioannis Amanaditis, and as Demirel came off his line, Amanaditis coolly chipped the ball into the back of the net. But with qualification at stake, the game was far from over and Turkey still had plenty of fight in them. Arda Turan’s shot cannoned off the foot of the post in one of the last attacks of the game. Greece held on for a 1-0 win which consolidated their position at the top of Group C and, more importantly, guaranteed their place in Austria and Switzerland.