Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Compendium to the 1972 Euros-Qualifiers-Part 3 (Group 3)

UEFA European Championship Qualifiers-Group 3

October 11, 1970 (Gzira, Malta 1-Greece 1)
December 16, 1970 (Athens, Greece 0-Switzerland 1)
December 20, 1970 (Gzira, Malta 1-Switzerland 2)
February 3, 1971 (Gzira, Malta 0-England 1)
April 21, 1971 (London, England 3-Greece 0)
April 21, 1971 (Lucerne, Switzerland 5-Malta 0)
May 12, 1971 (London, England 5-Malta 0)
May 12, 1971 (Berne, Switzerland 1-Greece 0)
June 18, 1971 (Athens, Greece 2-Malta 0)
October 13, 1971 (Basel, Switzerland 2-England 3)
November 10, 1971 (London, England 1-Switzerland 1)
December 1, 1971 (Athens, Greece 0-England 2)


Table

P
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1
England
6
5
1
0
15
3
12
11
2
Switzerland
6
4
1
1
12
5
7
9
3
Greece
6
1
1
4
3
8
-5
3
4
Malta
6
0
1
5
2
16
-14
1

P-Played, W-Win, D-Draw, L-Loss, GF-Goals For, GA-Goals Against, GD-Goal Difference, Pts-Points



Date: October 11, 1970
Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifiers-Group 3
Result: Malta 1-Greece 1
Venue: Gzira, Empire Stadium
Attendance: 8,689
Referee: Concetto Lo Bello (Italy)
Goalscorers:
(Malta): Willie Vassallo 66th          
(Greece): Michalis Kritikopoulos 80th
Lineups:
Malta:
Alfred Mizzi (Hibernians Football Club-Paola)  
Joe Grima (Floriana Football Club)
Alfred Mallia (Hibernians Football Club-Paola)  (John Privitera (Hibernians Football Club-Paola) 78th)
Eddie  Theobald (Hibernians Football Club-Paola)    
Emanuel ‘Leli Micaleff (Sliema Wanderers Football Club)
Anton Camilleri (Floriana Football Club)
Ronnie Cocks (Sliema Wanderers Football Club)
Willie Vassallo (Floriana Football Club)
John Bonnet (Sliema Wanderers Football Club)(Charles Micaleff (Hibernians Football Club-Paola) 70th)
Eddie Vella (Valletta Football Club)
Louis Arpa (Floriana Football Club)

Coach: Carm Borg

Greece:
Takis Ikonopoulos (Panathinaikos Athlitikos Omilos-Athinas)
Georgios Skrekis (Panionios Gymnasticós Sillegós Smyrnis-Athinas)
Nikos Stathopoulos (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina)
Sthathis Chaitas (Panionios Gymnasticós Sillegós Smyrnis-Athinas)
Aristidis Kamaras (Panathinaikos Athlitikos Omilos-Athinas)
Apostolos Toskas (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina)
Nikos Gioutsos (Olympiakos Syndesmos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas) (Antonis Antoniadis (Panathinaikos Athlitikos Omilos-Athinas) 68th)
-Kostas Eleftherakis (Panathinaikos Athlitikos Omilos-Athinas)
Georgios Koudas (PAOK (Panthessalonikio Athlitiko Omilo Konstantinoupolis)- Thessaloniki) (Michalis Kritikopoulos (Ethnikos Omilos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas) 68th)
Mimis Domazos (captain) (Panathinaikos Athlitikos Omilos-Athinas)      
Mimis Papaioannou (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina)

Coach: Lakis Petropoulos
Booked: Dimitris Domazos 75th


Date: December 16, 1970
Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifiers-Group 3
Result: Greece 0-Switzerland 1
Venue: Pireaus- Yorgos Karaiskaki Stadion (Olympiakos)       
Attendance: 33,000
Referee: Milivoje Gugulović (Yugoslavia)
Goalscorers:
(Greece): None
(Switzerland): Kurt Muller 85th   
Lineups:
Greece:
Nikos Christidis (Gymnasticós Sillegós Aris- Thessaloniki)
Georgios Skrekis (Panionios Gymnasticós Sillegós Smyrnis-Athinas)
Aristidis Kamaras (Panathinaikos Athlitikos Omilos-Athinas)
Aggelos Spyridon (Gymnasticós Sillegós Aris- Thessaloniki)
Nikos Stathopoulos (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina)
Kostas Eleftherakis (Panathinaikos Athlitikos Omilos-Athinas) (Michalis Kritikopoulos (Ethnikos Omilos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas)  75th)
Mimis Domazos (captain) (Panathinaikos Athlitikos Omilos-Athinas)
Stathis Chaitas (Panionios Gymnasticós Sillegós Smyrnis-Athinas)
Georgios Koudas (PAOK (Panthessalonikio Athlitiko Omilo Konstantinoupolis)- Thessaloniki)
Nikos Gioutsos (Olympiakos Syndesmos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas)
Mimis Papaioannou. (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina)

Coach: Lakis Petropoulos

Switzerland:
Mario Prosperi (Football Club Lugano)      
Peter Ramseier (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
Charles Perroud (Servette Football Club- Genéve)
Marc Berset (Football Club Lugano)      
Anton Weibel (Football Club Lausanne-Sports)
Karl Odermatt (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
Rolf Blaettler (Football Club Lugano)      
Jacob Kuhn (Fußball Club Zürich)
Kurt Muller (Fußball Club Luzern)
Friedrich Kunzli (Fußball Club Zürich)          (Walter Balmer (Fußball Club Basel 1893) 75th)
Peter Wenger (Fußball Club Basel 1893)   (René-Pierre Quentin (Fußball Club Zürich) 46th)

Coach: Louis Maurer
Other substitutes :
Marcel Kunz (Fußball Club Basel 1893)

Date: December 20, 1970
Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifiers-Group 3
Result: Malta 1-Switzerlnd 2
Venue: Gzira, Empire Stadium
Attendance: 4,739
Referee: Gocho Roussev (Bulgaria)
Goalscorers:
(Malta): Eddie Theobald 55th pen (awarded after Karl Odermatt handled in the box)
(Switzerland): René-Pierre Quentin 50th, Friedrich Kunzli 59th
Lineups:
Malta:
Alfred Mizzi (captain) (Hibernians Football Club-Paola)  
John Privitera (Hibernians Football Club-Paola)  
Joe Grima (Floriana Football Club)
Anton Camilleri (Floriana Football Club)
Emanuel ‘Leli Micaleff (Sliema Wanderers Football Club)
Alfred Delia (Hibernians Football Club-Paola)  
Ronnie Cocks (Sliema Wanderers Football Club)
8Eddie Theobald (Hibernians Football Club-Paola)            (Eddie Vella (Valletta Football Club) 46th or 75th)
Charles Micaleff (Hibernians Football Club-Paola)  
Willie Vassallo (Floriana Football Club)
John Bonnet (Sliema Wanderers Football Club)

Coach: Carm Borg

Switzerland:
Marcel Kunz (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
Peter Ramseier (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
Marc Berset (Football Club Lugano)      
Anton Weibel (Football Club Lausanne-Sports)
Charles Perroud (Servette Football Club- Genéve)
Jacob Kuhn (Fußball Club Zürich)
Kurt Muller (Fußball Club Luzern)
Karl Odermatt (captain) (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
Friedrich Kunzli (Fußball Club Zürich) (Walter Balmer (Fußball Club Basel 1893) 65th)
Rolf Blaettler (Football Club Lugano)      
Peter Wenger (Fußball Club Basel 1893)  (René-Pierre Quentin (Fußball Club Zürich) 46th)

Coach: Louis Maurer
Other substitutes :
Mario Prosperi (Football Club Lugano)      
Walter Mundschin (Fußball Club Basel 1893)

Note: There had been heavy rain and gusty wind, but the Match referee Gocho Roussev decided for the match to go ahead.




Date: February 3, 1971
Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifiers-Group 3
Result: Malta 0-England 1
Venue: Gzira, Empire Stadium
Attendance: 29,571
Referee: Ferdinand Marshall (Austria)
Goalscorers:
(Malta): None
(England): Martin Peters 34th
Summary of goals:
0:1 (34th minute, England): Norman Hunter passed to Martin Peters, who shot low to Alfred Mizzi’s left side.
Lineups:
Malta:
Alfred Mizzi (Hibernians Football Club-Paola)  
Joe Grima (Floriana Football Club)
Alfred Mallia (Hibernians Football Club-Paola)
Anton Camilleri (Floriana Football Club)    
Emanuel ‘Leli Micaleff (Sliema Wanderers Football Club)
Edward Darmannin (Sliema Wanderers Football Club)
Ronnie Cocks (Sliema Wanderers Football Club)
Willie Vassallo (Floriana Football Club)
Joe Cini (captain) (Hibernians Football Club-Paola)  
Eddie  Theobald (Hibernians Football Club-Paola)    
Louis Arpa (Floriana Football Club)

Coach: Carm Borg


England:
Gordon Banks (Stoke City Football Club)
Paul Reaney (Leeds United Association Football Club)
Emlyn Walter Hughes (Liverpool Football Club)
Alan Patrick Mullery (Captain) (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)
Roy Leslie McFarland (Derby County Football Club)
Norman Hunter (Leeds United Association Football Club)
Alan James Ball (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)          (Ralph Coates (Burnley Football Club)  )
Martin Harcourt Chivers (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)
Joseph  Royle (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)
James Colin Harvey (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)
Martin Stanford Peters (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)

Coach: Alfred Ramsey

Note:
1-Alan Mullery captaining England for the first time.
2-The goalposts were painted with black and white stripes.
3-The first ever match between the Nations.
4-England’s Colin Harvey, Roy Leslie McFarland, Joe Royle and Martin Chivers earned their first caps for England.


Photo From :World Soccer , April 1971
(February 3, 1971, EC Qualifier, Malta 0-England 1)




Photo From : World Soccer, August 1971
(February 3, 1971, EC Qualifier, Malta 0-England 1)



Photo From: England, The Complete Post-War Record, Author Mike Payne
(Team captains, February 3, 1971, EC Qualifier, Malta 0-England 1)


Date: April 21, 1971
Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifiers-Group 3
Result: Switzerland 5-Malta 0
Venue: Luzern- Stadion Allmend
Attendance: 16,470
Referee: Gunnar Michaelsen (Denmark)
Goalscorers:
(Switzerland): Rolf Blaettler 14th, Friedrich Künzli 17th, René-Pierre Quentin 25th, Roland Citherlet 27th, Kurt Müller 29th
(Malta): None
Lineups:
Switzerland:
1-Mario Prosperi (Football Club Lugano)
2-Pierangelo Boffi (Football Club Lugano)
3-Peter Ramseier (Fußball Club Basel 1893) (Anton Weibel (Football Club Lausanne-Sports) 46th)
4-Roland Citherlet (Grasshopper -Club Zürich)
5-Pierre-Albert Chapuisat (Football Club Lausanne-Sports)
8-Karl Odermatt (captain) (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
10-Rolf Blaettler (Football Club Lugano)
6-Jacob Kuhn (Fußball Club Zürich)
7-Kurt Muller (Fußball Club Luzern)
9-Friedrich Kunzli (Fußball Club Zürich)
11-René-Pierre Quentin (Fußball Club Zürich)

Coach: Louis Maurer
Other substitutes :
Marcel Kunz (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
Charles Perroud (Servette Football Club- Genéve)
Marc Berset (Football Club Lugano)      
Walter Balmer (Fußball Club Basel 1893)

Malta:
Alfred Mizzi (Hibernians Football Club-Paola)  (Vincent Borg –Bonnaci (Valetta Football Club) 32nd)
Joe Grima (Floriana Football Club)
Alfred Mallia (Hibernians Football Club-Paola)  
Anton Camilleri (Floriana Football Club
Emanuel ‘Leli Micaleff (Sliema Wanderers Football Club)
Edward Darmannin (Sliema Wanderers Football Club)
Ronnie Cocks (Sliema Wanderers Football Club)
Joe Cini (captain) (Hibernians Football Club-Paola)  
John Bonnet (Sliema Wanderers Football Club)
Willie Vassallo (Floriana Football Club)
Louis Arpa (Floriana Football Club) (Alfred Delia (Hibernians Football Club-Paola) 46th or  75th)

Coach: Carm Borg
Booked: Louis Arpa


Photo From : World Soccer, June 1971
(April 21, 1971, EC Qualifier, Switzerland 5-Malta 0)




Date: April 21, 1971
Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifiers-Group 3
Result: England 3-Greece 0
Venue: London - Wembley
Attendance: 55,123
Referee: Martti Hirvineimi (Finland)
Goalscorers:
(England): Martin Chivers 23rd, Geoff Hurst 68th, Francis Lee 87th
(Greece): None
Summary of goals:
1:0 (23rd minute, England): A move started by Francis Lee and Peters eventually reached Chivers, he went past two challenges before scoring.
2:0 (68th minute, England): A cross by Martin Peters was flicked on by Martin Chivers and Hurst headed in.
3:0 (87th minute, England): Francis Lee scoring for England.
Lineups:
England:
Gordon Banks (Stoke City Football Club)
Peter Edwin Storey (Arsenal Football Club-London)
Emlyn Walter Hughes (Liverpool Football Club)
Alan Patrick Mullery (Tottenham Hotspur  Football Club-London)
Roy Leslie McFarland (Derby County Football Club)
Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore (Captain) (West Ham United Football Club-London)
Francis Henry Lee (Manchester City Football Club)          
Alan James Ball (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)      (Ralph Coates (Burnley Football Club) 78th)
Martin Harcourt Chivers (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)
Geoffrey Charles Hurst (West Ham United Football Club-London)
Martin Stanford Peters (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)

Coach: Alfred Ramsey

Greece:
Nikos Christidis (Gymnasticós Sillegós Aris- Thessaloniki)         
Ioannis Kaitatzis  (Olympiakos Syndesmos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas)
Aggelos Spyridon (Gymnasticós Sillegós Aris- Thessaloniki)         
Apostolos Toskas (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina)
Nikos Kambas (MAS (Makedonikos Athlitikos Syllogos) Pierikos Katerini)    (Stathis Chaitas (Panionios Gymnasticós Sillegós Smyrnis-Athinas)  75th)
Nikos Stathopoulos (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina)
Takis Synetopoulos  (Olympiakos Syndesmos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas)
Georgios Koudas (PAOK (Panthessalonikio Athlitiko Omilo Konstantinoupolis)- Thessaloniki)
Georgios Dedes (Panionios Gymnasticós Sillegós Smyrnis-Athinas)  (Georgios Delikaris  (Olympiakos Syndesmos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas) 88th)
Mimis Papaioannou (captain) (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina)
Michalis Kritikopoulos (Ethnikos Omilos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas)

Coach: Lakis Petropoulos

Note :
1-The first ever match between the Nations.
2- Peter Edwin Storey’s first cap for England.

Photo From: England, The Complete Post-War Record, Author Mike Payne
(April 21, 1971, EC Qualifier, England 3-Greece 0)



 Date: May 12, 1971
Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifiers-Group 3
Result: England 5-Malta 0
Venue: London - Wembley
Attendance: 41,534
Referee: Einar Roed (Norway)
Goalscorers:
(England): Martin Chivers 29th, 59th, Francis Lee 43rd, Allan Clarke 47th pen, Chris Lawler 75th
(Malta): None
Summary of goals:
1:0 (29th minute, England): A free kick by Martin Peters was headed in by Martin Chivers.
2:0 (43rd minute, England): Ralph Coates’ corner was flicked on by Martin Peters and headed in by Francis Lee.
3:0 (47th minute, England): England were awarded a penalty kick after Edward Darmannin handled in the box. Allan Clarke scored from the ensuing penalty kick.
4:0 (59th minute, England): A cross by Martin Peters was headed in by Martin Chivers.
5:0 (75th minute, England): Chris Lawler received ball 35 yards away, moved up 10 yards and took a heard shot into the goal.
Lineups:
England:
Gordon Banks (Stoke City Football Club)
Christopher Lawler  (Liverpool Football Club)
Terence Cooper (Leeds United Association Football Club)
Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore (Captain) (West Ham United Football Club-London)
Roy Leslie McFarland (Derby County Football Club)
Emlyn Walter Hughes (Liverpool Football Club)
Francis Henry Lee (Manchester City Football Club)
Ralph Coates (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)
Martin Harcourt Chivers (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)
Allan John Clarke (Leeds United Association Football Club)
Martin Stanford Peters (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)  (Alan James Ball (Everton Football Club-Liverpool) 62nd)

Coach: Alfred Ramsey

Malta:
Vincent Borg –Bonnaci (Valetta Football Club) (Alfred Mizzi (Hibernians Football Club-Paola) 49th)
Louis Pace (Valetta
Football Club)
Joe Grima (Floriana
Football Club)
Edward Darmannin (Sliema Wanderers Football Club)
Anton Camilleri (Floriana Football Club)
Alfred Delia
(Hibernians Football Club-Paola)  
Ronnie Cocks (captain) (Sliema Wanderers Football Club)
Willie Vassallo (Floriana
Football Club)
John Bonnet
(Sliema Wanderers Football Club)
Eddie  Theobald
(Hibernians Football Club-Paola)  
Louis Arpa (Floriana Football Club)

Coach: Tony Formosa

Note:
1-Chris Lawler made a goalscoring debut for England.
2-Allan Clarke missed a penalty kick in the 60th minute.



Photo From: England, The Complete Post-War Record, Author Mike Payne
(May 12, 1971, EC Qualifier, England 5-Malta 0)




Date: May 12, 1971
Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifiers-Group 3
Result: Switzerland 1-Greece 0
Venue: Berne- Wankdorf Stadion
Attendance:          33,000
Referee: Iorwerth Price Jones (Wales) (replaced in the 29th minute by Thomas Henry Charles Reynolds (Wales) due to injury.
Goalscorers:
(Switzerland): Karl Odermatt 73rd   
(Greece): None
Lineups:
Switzerland:
Mario Prosperi (Football Club Lugano)
Pierre-Albert Chapuisat (Football Club Lausanne-Sports)
Peter Ramseier (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
Anton Weibel (Football Club Lausanne-Sports)
Charles Perroud (Servette Football Club- Genéve)
Karl Odermatt (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
Jacob Kuhn (Fußball Club Zürich)
Rolf Blaettler (Football Club Lugano)      
Walter Balmer (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
Friedrich Kunzli (Fußball Club Zürich)
Daniel Jeandupeux (Football Club La Chaux-de-Fonds)

Coach: Louis Maurer
Other substitutes:
Marcel Kunz (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
Kurt Muller (Fußball Club Luzern)
Roland Citherlet (Grasshopper -Club Zürich)
Hansrüdi  Staudenmann  (Grasshopper -Club Zürich)

Greece:
Nikos Christidis (Gymnasticós Sillegós Aris- Thessaloniki)         
Ioannis Kaitatzis  (Olympiakos Syndesmos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas)
Apostolos Toskas  (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina)
Nikos Kambas (MAS (Makedonikos Athlitikos Syllogos) Pierikos Katerini)      
Lakis Glezos (AO (Athlitikos Omilos)  Proodeftiki Nikea Pireas)
Nikos Stathopoulos  (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina)
Takis Synetopoulos  (Olympiakos Syndesmos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas)
Takis Chatziianoglou (Ethnikos Omilos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas) (Michalis Kritikopoulos (Ethnikos Omilos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas) 74th)
Thanasis Intzoglou (Panionios Gymnasticós Sillegós Smyrnis-Athinas) (Georgios Karafeskos  (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina) 77th)
Mimis Papaioanou (captain) (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina)
Georgios Dedes (Panionios Gymnasticós Sillegós Smyrnis-Athinas)

Coach: Lakis Petropoulos
Booked: Georgios Dedes , Ioannis Gaitatzis

Note:
The match referee, the Welshman Iorwerth Price Jones was injured in the 29th minute and replaced by Thomas Henry Charles Reynolds (Wales).

Photo From : World Soccer, July 1971
(May 12, 1971, EC Qualifier, Switzerland 1-Greece 0)



Date: June 18, 1971
Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifiers-Group 3
Result: Greece 2-Malta 0
Venue: Pireaus- Yorgos Karaiskaki Stadion (Olympiakos) 
Attendance: 11,000
Referee: Istvan Szolt (Hungary)
Goalscorers:
(Greece): Kostas Davourlis 60thKostas Aidiniou 80th
(Malta): None
Lineups:
Greece:
Lefteris Poupakis (AO (Athlitikos Omilos) Aigaeleo-Athina)
Takis Eleftheriadis (Ethnikos Omilos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas)
Vassilis Siokos  (Olympiakos Syndesmos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas) (Apostolos Toskas (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina) 85th)
Manolis Glezos (AO (Athlitikos Omilos)  Proodeftiki Nikea Pireas)
Ioannis Gounaris (PAOK (Panthessalonikio Athlitiko Omilo Konstantinoupolis)- Thessaloniki)
Stavros Sarafis (captain) (PAOK (Panthessalonikio Athlitiko Omilo Konstantinoupolis)- Thessaloniki)
Kostas Aidiniou (Ethnikos Omilos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas)
Michalis Kritikopoulos (Ethnikos Omilos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas)
Bambis Stavropulos (AO (Athlitikos Omilos) Aigaeleo-Athina)
Kostas Davourlis (Panachaiki Gymnastiki Eteria Patras)
Soulis Pappas  (Olympiakos Syndesmos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas) (Georgios Karafeskos (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina) 48th)

Coach: Lakis Petropoulos
Booked: Manolis Glezos

Malta:
Vincent Borg –Bonnaci (Valetta Football Club)
Louis Pace (Valetta Football Club)
Joe Grima (Floriana Football Club)
Anton Camilleri (Floriana Football Club)
Edward Darmannin (Sliema Wanderers Football Club) (Charles Micaleff (Hibernians Football Club-Paola) 68th)
Eddie  Theobald (Hibernians Football Club-Paola)     
Ronnie Cocks (Sliema Wanderers Football Club)
Willie Vassallo (Floriana Football Club)
Joe Cini (captain) (Hibernians Football Club-Paola)   
John Bonnet (Sliema Wanderers Football Club)
Joe Farrugia (Marsa Football Club) (Louis Arpa (Floriana Football Club) 46th)


Coach: Tony Formosa


Date: October 13, 1971
Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifiers-Group 3
Result: Switzerland 2-England 3
Venue: Basel -Saint Jakob Park
Attendance:          47,877
Referee: Vital Loraux (Belgium)
Goalscorers:
(Switzerland): Daniel Jeandupeux 11th, Friedrich Kunzli 42nd  
(England): Geoff Hurst 1st, Martin Chivers 13th, Anton Weibel (own goal) 78th
Summary of goals:
0:1 (1st minute (55 seconds), England): Allan Mullery took a free kick towards Martin Chivers, who crossed into the area and Geoff Hurst scored with a diving header.
1:1 (11th minute, Switzerland): Jakob Kuhn sent a pass to Daniel Jeandupeux, who struck a 25 yard shot into the roof of the net.
1:2 (13th minute, England): Paul Madeley, Allan Mullery and Francis Lee combined to give the ball to Chivers, who shot from a narrow angle into into the far top corner.
2:2 (42nd minute, Switzerland): Friedrich Kunzli passed to Karl Odermatt, then play went through to Kuhn and Pirmin Stierli. Stierli on the left side crossed and Kunzli scored with a header.
2:3 (11th minute, England): Martin Chivers crossed from the right side and Anton Wweibel scored an own goal.
Lineups:
Switzerland:
Marcel Kunz (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
Pierre-Albert Chapuisat (Football Club Lausanne-Sports) (Charles Perroud (Servette Football Club- Genéve) 83rd)
Peter Ramseier (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
Anton Weibel (Football Club Sion)
Pirmin Stierli (Fußball Club Zürich)
Karl Odermatt (captain) (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
Jacob Kuhn (Fußball Club Zürich)
Rolf Blaettler (Fußball Club Basel 1893) (Kurt Muller (Grasshopper -Club Zürich) 75th)
Walter Balmer (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
Friedrich Kunzli (Fußball Club Zürich)
Daniel Jeandupeux (Fußball Club Zürich)

Coach: Louis Maurer
Other substitutes:
Rene Deck (Grasshopper -Club Zürich)
Pierangelo Boffi (Football Club Lugano)
René Häsler (Fußball Club Basel 1893)

England:
Gordon Banks (Stoke City Football Club)
Christopher Lawler  (Liverpool Football Club)
Terence Cooper (Leeds United Association Football Club)
Alan Patrick Mullery (Tottenham Hotspur  Football Club-London)
Roy Leslie McFarland (Derby County Football Club)
Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore (Captain) (West Ham United Football Club-London)
Francis Henry Lee (Manchester City Football Club)          
Paul Edward Madeley (Leeds United Association Football Club)
Martin Harcourt Chivers (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)
Geoffrey Charles Hurst (West Ham United Football Club-London) (John Radford (Arsenal Football Club-London) 84th)
Martin Stanford Peters (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)

Coach: Alfred Ramsey


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Jose Luis Carbonell)
(Team captains, October 13, 1971, EC Qualifier, Switzerland 2-England 3)

Photo from: Die Nati, Die Geschichte der Schweizer Fussball-Nationalmanschaft, author Beat Jung, 2006
(Switzerland squad, October 13, 1971, EC Qualifier, Switzerland 2-England 3)



Photo From: L'Equipe de Suisse, Authors Guy Balibouse, Roger Felix, Pierre Tripod, 1993
(October 13, 1971, EC Qualifier, Switzerland 2-England 3)



Photo From: L'Equipe de Suisse, Authors Guy Balibouse, Roger Felix, Pierre Tripod, 1993
(Daniel Jeandupeux’s goal, October 13, 1971, EC Qualifier, Switzerland 2-England 3)


Date: November 10, 1971
Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifiers-Group 3
Result: England 1-Switzerland 1
Venue: London - Wembley
Attendance: 90,423
Referee: Constantin Bărbulescu (Romania) 
Goalscorers:
(England): Mike Summerbee 9th     
(Switzerland): Karl Odermatt 26th
Summary of goals:
1:0 (9th minute, England): A corner from Francis Lee reached Emlyn Hughes, who crossed into the box. Peter Ramseier headed out, but Mike Summerbee headed the clearance over everyone into the net.
1:1 (26th minute, Switzerland): Jakob Kuhn passed to Karl Odermatt, who struck a dipping shot from 25 yards out. Peter Sshilton tried in vain to get it, but went in.
Lineups:
England:
Peter Leslie Shilton (Leicester City Football Club)
Paul Edward Madeley (Leeds United Association Football Club)
Terence Cooper (Leeds United Association Football Club)
Peter Edwin Storey (Arsenal Football Club-London)
Laurence Valentine Lloyd (Liverpool Football Club)
Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore (Captain) (West Ham United Football Club-London)
Michael George Summerbee (Manchester City Football Club) (Martin Harcourt Chivers (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London) 83rd)
Alan James Ball (Everton Football Club
-Liverpool)
Geoffrey Charles Hurst (West Ham United Football Club-London)
Francis Henry Lee (Manchester City Football Club)  (Rodney William Marsh (Queen’s Park Rangers Football Club-London) 83rd)
Emlyn Walter Hughes (Liverpool Football Club)

Coach: Alfred Ramsey
Booked: Mike Summerbee, Francis Lee

Switzerland:
Mario Prosperi (Football Club Lugano)
Peter Ramseier (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
Pierre-Albert Chapuisat (Football Club Lausanne-Sports)
Charles Perroud (Servette Football Club- Genéve)
Pirmin Stierli (Fußball Club Zürich)
Karl Odermatt (captain) (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
Rolf Blaettler (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
Jacob Kuhn (Fußball Club Zürich)
Walter Balmer (Fußball Club Basel 1893) (Peter Meier (Grasshopper -Club Zürich) 63rd)
Friedrich Kunzli (Fußball Club Zürich)
Daniel Jeandupeux (Fußball Club Zürich)

Coach: Louis Maurer
Other substitutes:
Rene Deck (Grasshopper -Club Zürich)
René Häsler (Fußball Club Basel 1893)
Anton Weibel (Football Club Sion)

Note:
Rodney Marsh made his debut for England as a substitute.


Photo from: Die Nati, Die Geschichte der Schweizer Fussball-Nationalmanschaft, author Beat Jung, 2006
(Switzerland Manager Louis Maurer , November 10, 1971, EC Qualifier, England 1- Switzerland 1)



Photo From : World Soccer, December 1971
(November 10, 1971, EC Qualifier, England 1- Switzerland 1)


Photo from: L'Equie de Suisse, Authors Guy Balibouse, Roger Felix, Pierre Tripod, 1993
(November 10, 1971, EC Qualifier, England 1- Switzerland 1)




Photo From: L'Equipe de Suisse, Authors Guy Balibouse, Roger Felix, Pierre Tripod, 1993
(The teams at the tunnel prior to entering the stadium, November 10, 1971, EC Qualifier, England 1- Switzerland 1)





Date: December 1, 1971
Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifiers-Group 3
Result: Greece 0-England 2
Venue: Pireaus- Yorgos Karaiskaki Stadion (Olympiakos)
Attendance: 37,000
Referee: Jose Maria Ortiz de Mendibil (Spain)
Goalscorers:
(Greece): None
(England): Geoff Hurst 57th, Martin Chivers 90th
Summary of goals:
0:1 (57th minute, England): Colin Bell passed to Geoff Hurst, who went to the right side and shot.
0:2 (90th minute, England): Paul Madeley sent Chivers through who shot past Nikos Christidis.
Lineups:
Greece:
Nikos Christidis (Gymnasticós Sillegós Aris- Thessaloniki)         
Theodoros Pallas (Gymnasticós Sillegós Aris- Thessaloniki)         
Anthimos Kapsis (Panathinaikos Athlitikos Omilos-Athinas)
Thanasis Aggelis  (Olympiakos Syndesmos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas)
Kostas Eleftherakis (Panathinaikos Athlitikos Omilos-Athinas)
Mimis Domazos (captain) (Panathinaikos Athlitikos Omilos-Athinas)
Kostas Nikolaidis (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina) (Kostas Davourlis (Panachaiki Gymnastiki Eteria Patras)  73rd)
Georgios Koudas (PAOK (Panthessalonikio Athlitiko Omilo Konstantinoupolis)- Thessaloniki) (Michalis Kritikopoulos (Ethnikos Omilos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas) 61st)
Antonis Antoniadis (Panathinaikos Athlitikos Omilos-Athinas)
Mimis Papaioannou (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina)

Coach: William Laurence Bingham (Northern Ireland)

England:
Gordon Banks (Stoke City Football Club)
Paul Edward Madeley (Leeds United Association Football Club)
Emlyn Walter Hughes (Liverpool Football Club)
Colin Bell (Manchester City Football Club)
Roy Leslie McFarland (Derby County Football Club)
Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore (Captain) (West Ham United Football Club-London)
Francis Henry Lee (Manchester City Football Club) 
Alan James Ball (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)
Martin Harcourt Chivers (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)
Geoffrey Charles Hurst (West Ham United Football Club-London)
Martin Stanford Peters (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)

Coach: Alfred Ramsey

Note:
1-Colin Bell scored a goal in the 38th minute that was ruled offside.


Photo From: World Soccer, January 1972
(December 1, 1971, EC Qualifier, Greece 0-England 2)



Photo From: England, The Complete Post-War Record, Author Mike Payne
(December 1, 1971, EC Qualifier, Greece 0-England 2)


Photo From: France Football, Issue 1340, December 7, 1971
(December 1, 1971, EC Qualifier, Greece 0-England 2)





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