Saturday, December 5, 2015

International Season 1983/84-Part 1


July

The month was dominated with Friendlies with clubs, as well as South American nations playing friendlies as preparation for the Copa America.
East Germany’s Joachim Streich earned his record equaling 94th cap in a friendly vs. USSR.
Pele made an appearance in a charity match.



Date: July 5, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Sochaux
Sochaux (France) 2-Poland 2 (Henrik Agerbeck 27, Simon 55 / Miroslav Okonski 47, Jerzy Wijas 70)

Date: July 8, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Villeneuve d’Ascq
OSC Lille (France) 1-Poland 0 (Dusan Savic 78)

Date: July 11, 1983
Competition: Tournoi International de Paris
Venue: Paris-Parc des Princes
Romania 1-Botafogo (Brazil) 0  (Abel (own goal) 10)

Photo From : Foot magazine, Issue 34, April 1984
(Ilie Balaci, July 11, 1983, Tournoi International de Paris, Romania 1-Botafogo 0)


Date: July 12, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Lille, France
Antwerp (Belgium) 1-Poland 2 (van der Elst / Miroslav Okonski, Andrzej Iwan)


Date: July 12, 1983
Competition: Tournoi International de Paris
Venue: Paris-Parc des Princes
Paris St Germain FC (France) 0-Romania 1 (Gérard Janvion (own goal) 60)

Photo From : Foot magazine, Issue 34, April 1984
(Pascal Zaremba and Mircea Rednic, July 12, 1983, Tournoi International de Paris, Paris St. Germain 0-Romania 1)

Date: July 14, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Bogotá, Estadio Nemesio Camacho 'El Campín'
Colombia 2-Chile 2 (Alex Valderrama 30, 70 / Jorge Aravena 52 pen, Osvaldo Hurtado 56)

Date: July 14, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Asuncion –Estadio De los Defensores del Chaco
Paraguay 1-Argentina 0 (Rogelio Delgado 55)

Photo From : El Grafico Number 3328, 1983
(Darío Figueredo and Ricardo Gareca, July 14, 1983, Paraguay 1-Argentina 0)





Date: July 15, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Le Touquet
Valenciennes (France) 1-Poland 2 (Jean-Marc Schaer 30 / Andrzej Iwan 50, Niewiadowski 65)

Date: July 17, 1983
Competition: Unofficial Friendly
Venue: Bogotá, Estadio Nemesio Camacho 'El Campín'
Colombia 1-Poland 1 (Ernesto Díaz 76 / Dariusz Wdowczyck  25)


Date: July 18, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue:
Urugauy 1-Peru 1 (Arsenio Luzardo / Juan Caballero)

Date: July 19, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: La Paz- Estadio Hernando Siles
Bolivia 1-Chile 2 (Silvio Rojas/ Jorge Aravena, Juan Carlos Letelier)

Date: July 21, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Buenos Aires-Estadio de Vélez Sarsfield - José Amalfitani
Argentina 0-Paraguay 0

Photo From : El Grafico Number 3329), 1983
(Claudio Marangoni and Carlos Cesar Olmedo, July 21, 1983, Argentina 0-Paraguay 0)




Date: July 21, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Lima- Estadio Nacional José Diaz
Peru 0-Chile 1 (Juan Soto)

Date: July 21, 1983
Competition: Unofficial Friendly
Venue: Goiânia, Estádio Serra Dourada
Brazil XI 1-South Region XI 2 (Pelé /  Vágner (2))
Note: Brazil XI may have been called Southeast Region XI

Photo From : World Soccer, October 1983
(Pele, July 21, 1983, Brazil XI 1-South Region XI 2)


Date: July 24, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Asuncion –Estadio De los Defensores del Chaco
Paraguay 1-Chile 0 (Ramon Hicks)

Date: July 26, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Leipzig, Zentralstadion
East Germany 1-USSR 3 (Joachim Streich 24 / Oleg Blokhin 8, Khoren Oganesian 36, Vadim Yevtuschenko 68)

Photo From : FUWO, Issue 31, August 2, 1983
(Tengiz Sulakvelidze, Nikolai Larionov, Chrsitian Backs and Joachim Streich, July 26, 1983, East Germany 1-USSR 3)


Date: July 27, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Quito
Ecuador 0-Colombia 0

Date: July 28, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Santiago -Estadio Nacional de Santiago
Chile 0-Brazil  0

Photo From : Placar, Issue 689, August 5, 1983
(Socrates, July 28, 1983, Chile 0-Brazil 0)

Date: July 29, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue:
Colombia 0-Ecuador 0



August

The South American Nations started the Copa America matches. Argentina defeated Brazil in the Copa, though neither squad were at full strength.



Date: August 3, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: La Paz- Estadio Hernando Siles
Bolivia 2-Paraguay 1 (Taborga 78, Jorge Camacho 86 / Aldo Florentin or Jorge Galarza 94)

Date: August 3, 1983
Competition: Copa Pacifico
Venue: Arica-Carlos Dittborn
Chile 2-Peru 0 (Juan Carlos Letelier 15, 36)

Date: August 5, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Utrecht, Holland
Lokeren (Belgium) 3-Romania 3 (Rene van der Gijp 65, Preben Elkjer 75, Commens 86 pen / Ladislau Boloni 17, Marcel Coras 60, Ion Andone 89)
Lokeren won 5-4 on penalty kick shoot-out

Date: August 6, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Utrecht, Holland
Nottingham Forest (England) 2-Romania 0 (????)

Date: August 6, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue:
Bolivia 1-Paraguay 3 (Silvio Rojas / Aldo Florentin (2 goals)- Rogelio Delgado)

Date: August 7, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Paris-St Denis, France
Algeria 2-Bulgaria 3 (Menad 4, Georgi Dimitrov (Own Goal) 66 / Radoslav Zdravkov 28, Anyo Sadkov 52, 65)
Note: some sources show the venue as Algers instead of Paris

Date: August 7, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Brest
Brest (France) 0-Bulgaria 1 (Georgi Slavkov)

Date: August 8, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Njarðvík, Njarðvíkurvöllur
Iceland 6-Faroe islands 0 (Óli Þór Magnússon 38, 65, Saebjorn Gudmundsson 60, 74, Gunnar Gíslason 21 pen, Ragnar Margeirsson 50)

Date: August 10, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Group 2
Venue: Quito -Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa 
Ecuador 2-Argentina 2 (Galo Fidean Vásquez 68,  Jose Jacinto Vega 79 / Jorge Burruchaga 40, 51)

Photo From : El Grafico Number 3332, 1983
(August 10, 1983, Copa America, Ecuador 2-Argentina 2)


Date: August 10, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Oslo- Ullevaal Stadion
Norway 0-Romania 0


Date: August 10, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Baden
Casino Baden (Switzerland) 1-Hungary 3 (Holbaun 32 / Sandor Kiss 22, Peter Hannich 38, Lazar Szentes 69)

Date: August 11, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue:
Peru 1-Uruguay 1 (Franco Enrique Navarro / Juan Francisco Muhlethaler)

Date: August 13, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Graz
Sturm Graz (Austria) 1-Hungary 5 (Szokolai / Peter Hannich, Gabor Poloskei, Laszlo Dajka, Gyozo Burcsa, Kiszger)

Date: August 13, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Sofia
CSKA Sofia (Bulgaria) 2-Bulgaria 2 (Radoslav Zdrakov 81, 87 / Marinov 15, 79)
CSKA won 5-4 on penalty kick shoot-out

Date: August 14, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Group 3
Venue: La Paz, Estadio Hernando Siles
Bolivia 0-Colombia 1 (Alex Valderrama)

Date: August 16, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Moscow
USSR 4-USSR (Olympic) 2 (Oleg Protassov (2), Oleg Blokhin, Fyodor Cherenkov / Klementiev (2))

Date: August 17, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Group 2
Venue: Quito -Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa
Ecuador 0-Brazil 1 (Roberto Dinamite 14)

Date: August 17, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Antofagasta- Regional
Chile 3-Paraguay 2 (Jorge Aravena 32 pen, Juan Carlos Letelier 70, Osvaldo Hurtado 87 / Carlos Olmedo - Rogelio Delgado)

Date: August 17, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Group 3
Venue: Lima- Estadio Nacional José Diaz    
Peru 1-Colombia 0 (Franco Enrique Navarro 77)

Date: August 17, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Reykjavik -Laugardalsvöllur
Iceland 0-Sweden 4 (Mats Jingblad 4, Sten-Ove Ramberg 19, Glenn Hysén 28, Stig Fredriksson 82 pen)

Date: August 21, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Group 3
Venue: La Paz, Estadio Hernando Siles  
Bolivia 1-Peru 1 (Erwin Romero  65/ Franco Enrique Navarro 89)

Date: August 24, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Arica-Carlos Dittborn
Chile 4-Bolivia 2 (Jorge Aravena (3), Juan Carlos Letelier / ?????)

Date: August 24, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Group 2
Venue: Buenos Aires -Antonio Vespuci Alberti (El Monumental)
Argentina 1-Brazil 0 (Ricardo Alberto Gareca  55)

Photo From : El Grafico Number 3334, 1983
(August 24, 1983, Copa America, Argentina 1-Brazil 0)




Date: August 24, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Bucuresti, Ghencea Stadionul (Steaua)
Romania 1-East Germany 0 (Nicolae Negrila 33)

Photo From : FUWO, Issue 35, August 30, 1983
(August 24, 1983, Romania 1-East Germany 0)


Date: August 24, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Toulouse-Stadium Municipal
France 1- CA Penarol Montevideo (Uruguay) 0 (Jean-Marc Ferreri 1)

Photo From : Mondial, new series, issue 42, September 1983
(Jean-Marc Ferreri, August 24, 1983, France 1- CA Penarol Montevideo 0)



Date: August 24, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Belgrade
Yugoslavia 2-Press Selection XI 3 (Blaz Sliskovic 21, 41 / Dragan Mance 28, Sulejman Halilovic 44, Milko Djurovski 46)


Date: August 25, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue:
Uruguay 0-Paraguay 0

Date: August 25, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Athens
Panathinaikos (Greece) 0-Czechsolovakia 1 (Knoviacek 72)

Date: August 28, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Group 3
Venue: Bogotá, Estadio Nemesio Camacho 'El Campín'
Colombia 2-Peru 2 (Miguel Prince  46, Fernando Fiorillo 69 / Eduardo Malásquez 25 pen, Juan Caballero 85)


Date: August 31, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Group 3
Venue: Bogotá, Estadio Nemesio Camacho 'El Campín'
Colombia 2-Bolivia 2 (Alex Valderrama, Nolberto Molina  / Milton Melgar, Silvio Rojas

Date: August 31, 1983
Competition: Unofficial Friendly
Venue: Athens-Olympiako Stadio Athinas 'Spyros Louis' (OAKA)
Greece 2-Bulgaria 3 (???? / Stoicho Mladenov18, Zivko Gospodinov 21, Georgi Dimitrov 52)

Date: August 31, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Vienna
FK Austria Vienna (Austria) 5-Hungary 2 (Herbert Prohaska 4, Follster 16, Tibor Nylasi 40, Alfred Drabits 42, Andy Ogris 62 / Gyzozo Burcsa 54, Tibor Nylasi 88)


September

The Copa America continued with Brazil making some headway, though not impressing critics, with Carlos Alberto Pareira’s tactics.
Denmark, once again, showed it had arrived on the world stage with two key wins. They convingly defeated France (3-1) in a friendly with a young Michael Laudrup impressing, but most importantly England were defeated at Wembely with an Allan Simonsen penalty kick. This edged them closer to Euro qualification.
Many consider this win as the start of Sepp Piontek’s ‘Danish Dynamite’ generation.
Gyorgy Mezzey started his reign as Hungary Manager by tying West Germany in a friendly, where Rudi Voeller scored his first goal for West Germany.
Northern Ireland goalkeeper Pat Jennings earned his 100th cap, as Northern Ireland defeated Austria (3-1) to keep its qualification hopes alive in a group containing West Germany.
In Portugal’s win over Finland (5-0),  Sporting Lisbon’s Paulo Futre became Portugal’s youngest ever international, aged 17 years, 6 months and 21 days.
The previous record holder had been Fernando Chalana who was three months older.
Marco van basten made his debut for Holland in their Euro qualification win over Iceland (3-0). Two weeks later, van Basten scored his first goal for Holland in a friendly tie (1-1) with neighbors Belgium.
Uruguay’s Barrios was sent off for tripping the Referee in the 27th minute of their Friendly vs. Scotland.



Date: September 1, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Group 2
Venue: Goiânia – Estadio Serra Dourada
Brazil 5-Ecuador 0 (Renato Gaúcho 12, Roberto Dinamite 46, 55, Éder 58, Tita 60)

Date: September 1, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Group 1
Venue: Montevideo- Estadio Centenario
Uruguay 2-Chile 1 (Eduardo Acevedo 45, Fernando Morena 63 / Juan Carlos Orellana 76)

Date: September 4, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Group 3
Venue: Lima- Estadio Nacional José Diaz
Peru 2-Bolivia 1 (German Leguía 6, Juan Caballero 21 / David Paniagua 46)

Date: September 4, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Group 1
Venue: Montevideo- Estadio Centenario
Uruguay 3-Venezuela 0 (Wilmar Cabrera 35, Fernando Morena 51 pen, Arsenio Luzardo 68)

Date: September 4, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Myslenice
Poland 3-Wisla Krakow (Poland) 1 (Andrzej Iwan 7, Bak 75, Andrzej Buncol 78 / Targosz 80)

Date: September 6, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: St Polten
St Gallen (Switzerland) 2-Austria 3 (Bamert 30, Ritter 83 pen / Hansi Krankl 38, Gernot Jurtin 65, Alfred Drabits 70)

Date: September 6, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: West Berlin
Hertha Berlin (West Germany) 2-USSR 2  (Gloede 28, 71 / Oleg Blokhin 48, Tarkhanov 60)

Date: September 7, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Group 2
Venue: Buenos Aires -Antonio Vespuci Alberti (El Monumental)
Argentina 2-Ecuador 2 (Victor Rogelio Ramos 50, Jorge Burruchaga 90 pen /Lupo Cenen Quiñónez 44- Hans Maldonado 90)

Photo From : El Grafico Number 3336, 1983
(Enzo Trossero, September 7, 1983, Copa America, Argentina 2-Ecuador 2)




Date: September 7, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 4
Venue: Oslo-Ullevaal Stadion
Norway 1-Bulgaria 2 (Aage Hareide 4 / Stoicho Mladenov  12, Nasko Sirakov 50)



Date: September 7, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Neuchâtel – Stade de la Maladiere
Switzerland 0-Czechoslovakia 0

Date: September 7, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Copenhagen -Idrætsparken
Denmark 3-France 1 (Michael Laudrup 20, 75, Kenneth Brylle 59 / Michel Platini 26)

Photo From : Onze, Issue 102, June 1984
(Dominique Rocheteau, September 7, 1983, Denmark 3-France 1)




Date: September 7, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Helsinki-Olympiastadion
Finland 0-Sweden 3 (Ulf Eriksson 1, 23, Thomas Sunesson 3)

Date: September 7, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Budapest, Nepstadion     
Hungary 1-West Germany 1 (Tibor Nyilasi 42 / Rudi Völler 66)



Date: September 7, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 7
Venue: Groningen - Oosterpark

Holland 3-Iceland 0 (Ronald Koeman 16, Ruud Gullit 18, Peter Houtman 21)



Date: September 7, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Kraków, Stadion Wisła 
Poland 2-Romania 2 (Włodzimierz Ciołek 52- Andrzej Iwan 57 pen / Lica Movila 17- Mircea Irimescu 78)

Date: September 7, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Bihac
Yugoslavia 0-Yugoslavia B 1 (Mirkovic 20)


Date: September 8, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Group 1
Venue: Santiago -Estadio Nacional
Chile 5-Venezuela 0 (Oscar Arriaza 22, Rodolfo Dubó 25, Jorge Aravena 35, 83, Rubén Alberto Espinoza 51)

Date: September 11, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Group 1
Venue: Santiago -Estadio Nacional
Chile 2-Uruguay 0 (Rodolfo Dubó 9, Juan Carlos Letelier 80)




Date: September 14, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Group 2
Venue: Rio de Janeiro - Estádio do Maracanã- Estádio Mário Filho
Brazil 0-Argentina 0

Photo From : El Grafico Number 3337, 1983
(September 14, 1983, Copa America, Brazil 0-Argentina 0)



Date: September 18, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Group 1
Venue: Caracas, Estadio Brígido Iriarte
Venezuela 1-Uruguay 2 (Pedro Febles 77 / Alberto Santelli 74, Carlos Aguilera 87)


Date: September 20, 1983
Competition: Gerd Muller Testimonial
Venue: Munich-Olympiastadion
Bayern Munich (West Germany) 4-West Germany 2  (Hans Pflugler 17, Reinhold Mathy 48, Michael Rummenigge 85, Meisel 88 / Pierre Littbarski 55 pen , 72)

Date: September 20, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Vigo
Spanish Players Union (AFE) XI 2-Romania 2 (Raul Amarilla 7, Diego Maradona 39 pen / Romulus Gabor 24, Ladislau Boloni 66)


Date: September 21, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 6
Venue: Belfast- Windsor Park
Northern Ireland 3-Austria 1 (Billy Hmailton 29, Norman Whiteside 67, Martin O'Neill 88 / Felix Gasselich 82)

Photo From : Mondial, new series, issue 44, November 1983
(Norman Whiteside, September 21, 1983, EC Qualifier, Northern Ireland 3-Austria 1)




Date: September 21, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Bruxelles-Stade du Heysel  (Brussels- Heizelstadion)       
Belgium 1-Holland 1 (Eddy Voordeckers 74 / Marco van Basten 64)

Photo From : Rode Duivels & Oranje Leeuwen., 100 jaar Derby der Lage Landen, Authors Ralf Willems, Matty Verkamman
(Marco van Basten and Eric Gerets, September 21, 1983, Belgium 1-Holland 1)



Date: September 21, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Group 1
Venue: Caracas, Estadio Brígido Iriarte
Venezuela 0-Chile 0

Date: September 21, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 5
Venue: Stockholm - Råsunda -Solna Stadion
Sweden 1-Czechoslovakia 0 (Dan Corneliusson 14)

Photo From : Mondial, new series, issue 44, November 1983
(Robert Prytz, September 21, 1983, EC Qualifier, Sweden 1-Czechoslovakia 0)




Date: September 21, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 3
Venue: London - Wembley Stadium
England 0-Denmark 1 (Allan Simonsen 36 pen)


Photo From : World  Soccer, June 2004
(Allan Simonsen scoring from the spot, September 21, 1983, EC Qualifier, England 0-Denmark 1)


Photo From : Foot Magazine, Issue 31, January 1984
(Preben Elkjer, Jesper Olsen and Russel Osman, September 21, 1983, EC Qualifier, England 0-Denmark 1)




Date: September 21, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 2
Venue: Lisbon -Estadio Jose de Alvalade (Sporting)

Portugal 5-Finland 0 (Rui Jordao 18, Carlos Manuel 23, Ikalainen (own goal) 46, Jose Luis 48, Antonio.Oliveira 51)



Date: September 21, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 7
Venue: Reykjavik -Laugardalsvöllur

Iceland 0-Republic of Ireland 3 (Gary Waddock 17, Michael Robinson 21, Mickey Walsh 82)



Date: September 21, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 4
Venue: Oslo- Ullevaal Stadion
Norway 0-Wales 0



Date: September 21, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Glasgow - Hampden Park
Scotland 2-Uruguay 0 (John Robertson 24 pen, David Dodds 55)




Date: September 26, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Tel Aviv-Yafo (Jaffa)- Bloomfield Yafo Stadium
Israel 2-Uruguay 2 (Zahi Armeli 48, Shabtai Levi 63 / Carlos Aguilera 10, 83)





October

France’s Marius Tresor earned his record breaking 64th appearance in a friendly vs. Spain, breaking Roger Marche’s record. For Spain, the presence of Andoni Goikoetchea was controversial. He was playing despite being suspended domestically after a vicious foul on Maradona in a Athletic Bilbao-Barcelona League match.
Italy won its first game since the 1982 World Cup Final by defeating Greece in a Friendly.
The Italians, already eliminated from the Euros, suffered further humiliation in the group by losing at home to Sweden (0-3) at Naples. This was Italy’s worst home defeat in 28 years.
The West Germans edged closer to qualification and destroyed Austria’s hopes by defeating them (3-0) at home.
Northern Ireland were defeated in Turkey in the same group.
The USSR appeared to get closer to qualification by defeating Poland (2-0).
Portugal themselves earned an important victory at Poland with Carlos Manuel scoring the decisive winner to maintain pressure on the Soviets.
East Germany’s Joachim Streich earned his record breaking 95th appearance in the Euro qualification win over Switzerland (3-0).
Belgium qualified from this group after a tie (1-1) in Scotland.
Yugoslavia defeated Norway to get closer to qualification.
Michael Rummenigge, younger brother of captain Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, made his national team debut in the Germans win over Turkey (5-1).
Denmark easily defeated Luxembourg and England defeated Hungary in their group.
Denmark were dealt a minor setback after losing at Budapest.
Holland came back from a two goal deficit to defeat Ireland at Dublin with future superstars Ruud Gullit and van Basten both scoring. They narrowed the gap on Spain in their group.
In the Copa America, an umipressive Brazil reached the final after away-goals elimination of Paraguay.
They lost the first leg of the Final vs. Uruguay at Montevideo (0-2). Brazil was unable to call up Italian based stars such as Zico, Cerezo nor Falcao.


Date: October 5, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 6
Venue: Gelsenkirchen,  Parkstadion    
West Germany 3-Austria 0 (Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 4, Rudi Voller 19, 21)

Photo From : France Football, Issue 1970, January 10, 1984
(Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, October 5, 1983, EC Qualifier, West Germany 3-Austria 0)




Date: October 5, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Bari -Stadio Comunale
Italy 3-Greece 0 (Bruno Giordano 15, Antonio Cabrini 23, Paolo Rossi 36)



Date: October 5, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue:
Peru 0-Paraguay 2 (Julio César Romero (2))

Date: October 7, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Ettelbruck
Luxembourg 5-Standard Liege (Belgium) 3 (Theo Malget 8, 17, Alain Nuremberg 26, 52, Carlo Weis 38 / ???)

Date: October 8, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue:
Paraguay 4-Peru 1 (Roberto Cabañas (2), Julio César Romero (2) / Juan Caballero)

Date: October 9, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Tripoli-11th June Stadium
Libya 4-Malta 0 (Abudake 53, Ibrahim 74, Jamal 81, Scherif 89)

Date: October 9, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 2
Venue: Moscow- The Central V.I.Lenin's Stadium
USSR 2-Poland 0 (Anatoli Demianenko 10, Oleg Blokhin 66)

Photo From : Футбол - Футбол-Хоккей, Issue 42, October 16, 1983
(Oleg Blokhin, October 9, 1983, EC Qualifier, USSR 2-Poland 0)




Date: October 12, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 1
Venue: Glasgow -Hampden Park
Scotland 1-Belgium 1 (Charlie Nicholas 50 / Frankie Vercauteren 30)

Photo From : Mondial, new series, issue 44, November 1983
(Nico Claesen, October 12, 1983, EC Qualifier, Scotland 1-Belgium 1)





Date: October 12, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 3
Venue: Copenhagen -Idrætsparken
Denmark 6-Luxembourg 0 (Michael Laudrup 17,24, 69, Preben Elkjaer 37, 58, Allan Simonsen 42)



Date: October 12, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 1
Venue: East-Berlin, Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportspark 
East Germany 3-Switzerland 0 (Hans Richter 45, Rainer Ernst 73, Joachim Streich 90)

Photo From : FUWO, Issue 42, October 18, 1983
(October 12, 1983, EC Qualifier, East Germany 3-Switzerland 0)


Date: October 12, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 3
Venue: Budapest -Nepstadion
Hungary 0-England 3 (Glenn Hoddle 14, Sammy Lee 19, Paul Mariner 40)

Photo From : World Soccer, January 1984
(Antal Nagy and Bryan Robson, October 12, 1983, EC Qualifier, Hungary 0-England 3)




Date: October 12, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 7
Venue: Dublin - Dalymount Park
Republic of Ireland 2-Holland 3 (Gary Waddock 6, Liam Brady 34 pen /  Ruud Gullit 51, 76, Marco van Basten 67)

Photo From : Football Association of Ireland, 75 Years, Author Peter Byrne, 1996
(October 12, 1983, EC Qualifier, Republic of Ireland 2-Holland 3)




Date: October 12, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 6
Venue: Ankara -19 Mayıs Stadyumu (19th May Stadium)

Turkey 1-Northern Ireland 0 (Selçuk Yula 17)




Date: October 12, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 4
Venue: Belgrade, Stadion JNA (Jugoslavenska Norodna Armia)
Yugoslavia 2-Norway 1 (Zlatko Vujovic 21, Safet Susic 39 / Hallvar Thoresen 88)




Date: October 12, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Wrexham, Racecourse Ground
Wales 5-Romania 0 (Ian Rush 14, 30, Mickey Thomas 25, Robbie James 72, Alan Curtis 90)

Photo From : Official Match Programme,  Wales v Northern Ireland , 1984
(Ian Rush, October 12, 1983, Wales 5-Romania 0)




Date: October 13, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Semi-Final, First Leg     
Venue: Asuncion –Estadio De los Defensores del Chaco
Paraguay 1-Brazil 1 (Milciades Morel 70/ Éder 88)

Photo From : World Soccer, December 1983
(Tita and Roberto Fernandez, October 13, 1983, Copa America, Paraguay 1-Brazil 1)




Date: October 13, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Semi-Final, First Leg     
Venue: Lima- Estadio Nacional José Diaz 
Peru 0-Uruguay 1 (Carlos Aguilera 65)



Date: October 15, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Paris -Parc des Princes
France 1-Spain 1 (Dominique Rocheteau 60      / Juan Señor 83 pen)

Photo From : Mondial, new series, issue 44, November 1983
(Jose Antonio Camacho and Dominique Rocheteau, October 15, 1983, France 1-Spain 1)


Date: October 15, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 5
Venue: Napoli -Stadio San Paolo
Italy 0-Sweden 3 (Glenn Strömberg 20,27, Thomas Sunesson 71)

Photo From : Foot Magazine, Issue 31, January 1984
(Salvatore Bagni, October 15, 1983, EC Qualifier, Italy 0-Sweden 3)






Date: October 20, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Semi-Final, Second Leg 
Venue: Uberlândia – Estádio Municipal João Havelange (Parque do Sabiá)
Brazil 0-Paraguay 0

Date: October 20, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Semi-Final, Second Leg 
Venue: Montevideo- Estadio Centenario
Uruguay 1-Peru 1 (Wilmar Cabrera 49 / Eduardo Malásquez 24)

Date: October 25, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Los Angeles, California  - Memorial Coliseum, USA    
Mexico 5-El Salvador 0 (Javier Aguirre 5 pen, Alberto Padilla 26, Agustín Manzo 50, Mario Díaz 79, 87)

Date: October 26, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Prague, Stadion Evžena Rošického (Strahov) 
Czechoslovakia 1-Bulgaria 2 (Frantisek Stambachr 75 / Stoicho Mladenov 20, Bojidar Iskrenov 86)

Date: October 26, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 3
Venue: Budapest -Nepstadion
Hungary 1-Denmark 0 (Sandor Kiss 56)

Photo From : FUWO, Issue 46, November 15, 1983
(October 26, 1983, EC Qualifier, Hungary 1-Denmark 0)




Date: October 26, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 6
Venue: West Berlin- Olympiastadion
West Germany 5-Turkey 1 (Rudi Voller 44, 65, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 61 pen , 75, Uli Stielike 66 / Hasan Şengün 67)


Photo From : Onze, Issue 102, June 1984
(Hans-Peter Briegel, October 26, 1983, EC Qualifier, West Germany 5-Turkey 1)




Date: October 26, 1983
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Basel -Saint Jakob Park  
Switzerland 2-Yugoslavia 0 (Beat Sutter 49, Jean-Paul Brigger 83)

Date: October 27, 1983
Competition: Copa America-Final, First Leg   
Venue: Montevideo- Estadio Centenario
Uruguay 2-Brazil 0 (Enzo Francescoli 41, Victor Diogo 80)



Date: October 28, 1983
Competition: European Championship Qualifying-Group 2
Venue: Wrocław, Stadion Olimpijski (Olympic Stadium)

Poland 0-Portugal 1 (Carlos Manuel 32)




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