Isnin, Julai 02, 2012

EURO 2012

EURO 2012 Poland/Ukraine
UKRAINE
KIEV - Olympic Stadium 60,000
LVIV - Arena Lviv 30,000
KHARKIV - Metalist Stadium 30,000
DONETSK - Donbass Arena 50,000

POLAND
WARSAW - National Stadium 50,000
GDANSK - PGE Arena 40,000
POZNAN - City Stadium 40,000
WROCLAW - Municipal Stadium 40,000

Kump APMSKJBPGMT
Czech Rep320145-16
Greece31113304
Russia31115324
Poland302123-22
Kump BPMSKJBPGMT
Germany3 3005239
Portugal3 2015416
Denmark310245-13
Netherlands300325-30
Kump CPMSKJBBMT
Spain3 2106157
Italy31204225
Croatia31114314
Rep of Ireland300319-70
Kump DPMSKJBPGMT
England32105327
France32113304
Sweden31025503
Ukraine3 10224-23

Jadual Kejohanan Akhir
Jumaat 8 Jun 2012
1Grp APoland1-1GreeceWarsaw - National Stadium
2Grp ARussia4-1Czech RepublicWroclaw - Municipal Stadium
Sabtu 9 Jun 2012
3Grp BNetherlands0-1DenmarkKharkiv - Metalist Stadium
4Grp BGermany1-0PortugalLviv - Arena Lviv
Ahad 10 Jun 2012
5Grp CSpain1-1ItalyGdansk - Arena Gdansk
6Grp CIreland1-3CroatiaPoznan - Municipal Stadium
Isnin 11 Jun 2012
7Grp DFrance1-1EnglandDonestsk - Donbass Arena
8Grp DUkraine2-1SwedenKyiv - Olympic Stadium
Selasa 12 Jun 2012
9Grp AGreece1-2Czesh RepublicWroclaw - Municipal Stadium
10Grp APoland1-1RussiaWarsaw - National Stadium
Rabu 13 Jun 2012
11Grp BDenmark2-3PortugalLviv - Arena Lviv
12Grp BNetherlands1-2GermanyKharkiv - Metalist Stadium
Khamis 14 Jun 2012
13Grp CItaly1-1CroatiaPoznan - Municipal Stadium
14Grp CSpain4-0IrelandGdansk - Arena Gdansk
Jumaat 15 Jun 2012
16Grp DUkraine0-2FranceDonestsk - Donbass Arena
15Grp DSweden2-3EnglandKyiv - Olympic Stadium
Sabtu 16 Jun 2012
17Grp AGreece1-0RussiaWarsaw - National Stadium
18Grp ACzech Republic1-0PolandWroclaw - Municipal Stadium
Ahad 17 Jun 2012
19Grp BPortugal2-1NetherlandsKharkiv - Metalist Stadium
20Grp BDenmark1-2GermanyLviv - Arena Lviv
Isnin 18 Jun 2012
21Grp CCroatia0-1SpainGdansk - Arena Gdansk
22Grp CItaly2-0IrelandPoznan - Municipal Stadium
Selasa 19 Jun 2012
23Grp DSweden2-0FranceKyiv - Olympic Stadium
24Grp DEngland1-0UkraineDonestsk - Donbass Arena
Khamis 21 Jun 2012
25Suku AkhirCzech Republic0-1PortugalWarsaw - National Stadium
Jumaat 22 Jun 2012
26Suku AkhirGermany4-2GreeceGdansk - Arena Gdansk
Sabtu 23 Jun 2012
27Suku AkhirSpain2-0FranceDonestsk - Donbass Arena
Ahad 23 Jun 2012
28Suku AkhirEngland0-0 (pen 2-4)ItalyKyiv - Olympic Stadium
Rabu 27 Jun 2012
29Separuh AkhirPortugal0-0
(pen 2-4)
SpainDonestsk - Donbass Arena
Khamis 28 Jun 2012
30Separuh AkhirGermany1-2ItalyWarsaw - National Stadium
Ahad 1 Julai 2012
31AkhirSpain4-0ItalyKyiv - Olympic Stadium

November 16, 2011: Pasukan pilihan Euro 2012 diumumkan.

Undian untuk kejohanan diadakan di Kiev pada Disember 2, 2011.
Seedings for Euro 2012::
Pot 1: Spain, Holland, Poland*, Ukraine*.
Pot 2: Germany, Italy, England, Russia.
Pot 3: Croatia, Greece, Portugal, Sweden.
Pot 4: Denmark, France, Czech Republic, Republic of Ireland
* Poland already allocated to Group A, Ukraine already allocated to Group D.

GROUP A
Czech Republic
PREVIOUS APPEARANCES
1960 (third place*), 1976 (winners*), 1980 (third place*), 1996 (runners-up), 2000 (first round), 2004 (semi-finals), 2008 (first round).
*As Czechoslovakia

Coach: Michal Bilek
Goalkeepers: 1 Petr Čech (Chelsea FC), 16 Jan LaŠtůvka (FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk), 23 Jaroslav Drobný (Hamburger SV)

Defenders: František Rajtoral (FC Viktoria Plzeň), 6 Tomáš Sivok (Beşiktaş JK), 2 Theodor Gebre Selassie (FC Slovan Liberec), 5 Roman Hubník (Hertha BSC Berlín), 3 Michal Kadlec (Bayer Leverkusen), 4 Marek Suchý (FC Spartak Moskva), 8 David Limberský (FC Viktoria Plzeň)

Midfielders: 19 Petr Jiráček (VfL Wolfsburg), 10 Tomáš Rosický (Arsenal FC), 17 Tomáš Hübschman (fc Šachtar Doněck), 18 Daniel Kolář (FC Viktoria Plzeň), 13 Jaroslav Plašil (FC Girondins de Bordeaux), 22 Vladimír Darida (FC Viktoria Plzeň), 14 Václav Pilař (FC Viktoria Plzeň), 11 Milan Petržela (FC Viktoria Plzeň)

Forwards: 15 Milan Baroš (Galatasaray AŞ), 21 David Lafata (FK Jablonec), 9 Jan Rezek (Anorthosis Famagusta FC), 7 Tomáš Necid (PFC CSKA Moskva), 20 Tomáš Pekhart (1. FC Nürnberg)

Greece:
PREVIOUS APPEARANCES
1980 (first round), 2004 (winners), 2008 (first round).

Coach: Fernando Santos
Goalkeepers: 1 Costas Chalkias (PAOK), 13 Michalis Sifakis (Aris), 12 Alexandros Tzorvas (Palermo).

Defenders: 15 Vassilis Torosidis (Olympiakos), 19 Sokratis Papastathopoulos (Werder Bremen), 8 Avraam Papadopoulos (Olympiakos), 20 Jose Holebas (Olympiakos), 4 Stelios Malezas (PAOK), 3 Giorgos Tzavelas ( Monaco), 2 Yiannis Maniatis (Olympiakos), 5 Kyriakos Papadopoulos (Schalke).

Midfielders: 10 Giorgos Karagounis (Panathinaikos), 21 Costas Katsouranis (Panathinaikos),16 Giorgos Fotakis (PAOK), 22 Costas Fortounis (Kaiserslautern), 23 Yiannis Fetfatzidis (Olympiakos), 18 Sotiris Ninis (Panathinaikos), 6 Grigoris Makos (AEK Athens).

Forwards: 7 Georgios Samaras (Celtic), 14 Dimitris Salpigidis (PAOK), 11 Costas Mitroglou (Atromitos), 9 Nikos Lymberopoulos (AEK Athens), 17 Theofanis Gekas (Samsunspor).

Poland
PREVIOUS APPEARANCES
2008 (first round).

Manager: Franciszek Smuda
Goalkeepers: 1 Wojciech Szczesny (Arsenal/ENG), 22 Przemyslaw Tyton (PSV Eindhoven/NED), 12 Grzegorz Sandomierski (Genk/BEL)

Defenders: 2 Sebastian Boenisch (Werder Bremen/GER), 4 Marcin Kaminski (Lech Poznan), 15 Damien Perquis (Sochaux/FRA), 20 Lukasz Piszczek (Borussia Dortmund/GER), 12 Marcin Wasilewski (Anderlecht/BEL), 14 Jakub Wawrzyniak (Legia Warsaw), 3 Grzegorz Wojtkowiak (Lech Poznan)

Midfielders: 16 Kuba Blaszczykowski (Borussia Dortmund/GER), 5 Dariusz Dudka (Auxerre/FRA), 21 Kamil Grosicki (Sivasspor/TUR), 6 Adam Matuszczyk (Fortuna Duesseldorf/GER), 18 Adrian Mierzejewski (Trabzonspor/TUR), 11 Rafal Murawski (Lech Poznan), 10 Ludovic Obraniak (Bordeaux/FRA), 7 Eugen Polanski (Mainz/GER), 8 Maciej Rybus (Terek Grozny/RUS), 19 Rafal Wolski (Legia Warsaw)

Forwards: 23 Pawel Brozek (Celtic/SCO), 9 Robert Lewandowski (Borussia Dortmund/GER), 17 Artur Sobiech (Hannover 96/GER)

Russia
PREVIOUS APPEARANCES
1960 (winners*), 1964 (runners-up*), 1968 (fourth place*), 1972 (runners-up*), 1988 (runners-up*), 1992 (first round*), 1996 (first round), 2004 (first round), 2008 (semi-finals).
*As USSR or CIS

Coach: Dick Advocaat
Goalkeepers: 1 Igor Akinfeyev (CSKA Moscow), 16 Vyacheslav Malafeyev (Zenit St Petersburg), 13 Anton Shunin (Dynamo Moscow)

Defenders: 2 Alexander Anyukov (Zenit St Petersburg), 12 Alexei Berezutsky (CSKA Moscow), 4 Sergei Ignashevich (CSKA Moscow), 3 Roman Sharonov (Rubin Kazan), 19 Vladimir Granat (Dynamo Moscow), 21 Kirill Nababkin (CSKA Moscow), 5 Yuri Zhirkov (Anzhi Makhachkala)

Midfielders: 7 Igor Denisov (Zenit St Petersburg), 6 Roman Shirokov (Zenit St Petersburg), 8 Konstantin Zyryanov (Zenit St Petersburg), 17 Alan Dzagoyev (CSKA Moscow), 23 Igor Semshov (Dynamo Moscow), 22 Denis Glushakov (Lokomotiv Moscow), 15 Dmitry Kombarov (Spartak Moscow)

Forwards: 10 Andrei Arshavin (Arsenal), 11 Alexander Kerzhakov (Zenit St Petersburg), 14 Roman Pavlyuchenko (Lokomotiv Moscow), 18 Alexander Kokorin (Dynamo Moscow), 9 Marat Izmailov (Sporting), 20 Pavel Pogrebnyak (Fulham).

GROUP B
Denmark
PREVIOUS APPEARANCES
1964 (semi-finals), 1984 (semi-finals), 1988 (first round), 1992 (winners), 1996 (first round), 2000 (first round), 2004 (quarter-finals).

Head Coach: Morten Olsen
Goalkeeper: 22 Kasper Schmeichel (Leicester City), 1 Stephan Andersen (Evian), 16 Anders Lindegaard (Manchester United).

Defenders: 3 Simon Kjaer (Roma), 4 Daniel Agger (Liverpool), 5 Simon Poulsen (AZ Alkmaar), 6 Lars Jacobsen (Copenhagen), 12 Andreas Bjelland (Nordsjaelland), 13 Jores Okore (Nordsjaelland), 18 Daniel Wass (Evian).

Midfielders: 2 Christian Poulsen (Evian), 7 William Kvist (Stuttgart), 8 Christian Eriksen (Ajax), 14 Lasse Schone (NEC), 15 Michael Silberbauer (Young Boys), 19 Jakob Poulsen (Midtjylland), 20 Thomas Kahlenberg (Evian), 21 Niki Zimling (Club Brugge).

Forwards: 9 Michael Krohn-Dehli (Brondby), 10 Dennis Rommedahl (Brondby), 11 Nicklas Bendtner (Sunderland), 17 Nicklas Pedersen (Groningen), Tobias Mikkelsen (Nordsjaelland).

Germany
PREVIOUS APPEARANCES
1972 (winners*), 1976 (runners-up*), 1980 (winners*), 1984 (first round*), 1988 (semi-finals*), 1992 (runners-up), 1996 (winners), 2000 (first round), 2004 (first round), 2008 (runners-up).
*As West Germany
Head Coach: Joachim Low
Goalkeepers: 1 Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich), 12 Tim Wiese (Werder Bremen), 22 Ron-Robert Zieler (Hanover 96).

Defenders: 14 Holger Badstuber (Bayern Munich), 20 Jerome Boateng (Bayern Munich), 4 Benedikt Hoewedes (Schalke 04), 5 Mats Hummels (Borussia Dortmund), 16 Philipp Lahm (Bayern Munich), 17 Per Mertesacker (Arsenal), 3 Marcel Schmelzer (Borussia Dortmund).

Midfielders: 15 Lars Bender (Bayer Leverkusen), 19 Mario Götze (Borussia Dortmund), 2 Ilkay Gundogan (Borussia Dortmund), 6 Sami Khedira (Real Madrid), 18 Toni Kroos (Bayern Munich), 13 Thomas Müller (Bayern Munich), 8 Mesut Ozil (Real Madrid), 21 Marco Reus (Borussia Mönchengladbach), 9 Andre Schürrle (Bayer Leverkusen), 7 Bastian Schweinsteiger (Bayern Munich).

Forwards: 23 Mario Gomez (Bayern Munich), 11 Miroslav Klose (Lazio), 10 Lukas Podolski (Cologne).

Netherlands:
PREVIOUS APPEARANCES
1976 (third place), 1980 (first round), 1988 (winners), 1992 (semi-finals), 1996 (quarter-finals), 2000 (semi-finals), 2004 (semi-finals), 2008 (quarter-finals).

Coach: Bert van Marwijk
Goalkeepers: 22 Tim Krul (Newcastle United), 1 Maarten Stekelenburg (AS Roma), 12 Michel Vorm (Swansea City)

Defenders: 21 Khalid Boulahrouz (VfB Stuttgart), 5 Wilfred Bouma (PSV), 3 John Heitinga (Everton), 4 Joris Mathijsen (Malaga), 13 Ron Vlaar (Feyenoord), 2 Gregory van der Wiel (Ajax), 15 Jetro Willems (PSV)

Midfielders: 20 Ibrahim Afellay (FC Barcelona), 6 Mark van Bommel (AC Milan), 8 Nigel de Jong (Manchester City), 14 Stijn Schaars (Sporting Portugal), 10 Wesley Sneijder (Internazionale), 17 Kevin Strootman (PSV), 23 Rafael van der Vaart (Tottenham Hotspur)

Forwards: 9 Klaas Jan Huntelaar (Schalke 04), 18 Luuk de Jong (FC Twente), 7 Dirk Kuyt (Liverpool), 19 Luciano Narsingh (SC Heerenveen), 16 Robin van Persie (Arsenal), 11 Arjen Robben (Bayern Munich).

Portugal
PREVIOUS APPEARANCES
1984 (semi-finals), 1996 (quarters-finals), 2004 (runners-up), 2008 (quarter-finals).

Coach: Paulo Bento
Goalkeepers: 1 Eduardo (SL Benfica), 12 Rui Patrício (Sporting Clube de Portugal), 22 Beto (CFR 1907 Cluj).

Defenders: 21 João Pereira (Sporting Clube de Portugal), 5 Fábio Coentrão (Real Madrid CF), 2 Bruno Alves (FC Zenit St Petersburg), 14 Rolando (FC Porto), 13 Ricardo Costa (Valencia CF), 3 Pepe (Real Madrid CF), 19 Miguel Lopes (SC Braga).

Midfielders: 16 Raúl Meireles (Chelsea FC), 4 Miguel Veloso (Genoa CFC), 8 João Moutinho (FC Porto),15  Rúben Micael (Real Zaragoza), 6 Custódio (SC Braga), 20 Hugo Viana (SC Braga).

Forwards: 17 Nani (Manchester United FC), 7 Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid CF), 9 Hugo Almeida (Beşiktaş JK), 10 Ricardo Quaresma (Beşiktaş JK), 18  Silvestre Varela (FC Porto), 23 Hélder Postiga (Real Zaragoza), 11 Nélson Oliveira (SL Benfica).

GROUP C
Croatia
PREVIOUS APPEARANCES
1996 (quarter-finals), 2004 (first round), 2008 (quarter-finals).

Coach: Slaven Bilić
Goalkeepers: 1 Stipe Pletikosa (FC Rostov), 23 Danijel Subasic (AS Monaco), 12 Ivan Kelava (Dinamo Zagreb)

Defenders: 5 Vedran Corluka (Tottenham), 3 Josip Simunic (Dinamo Zagreb), 2 Ivan Strinic (Dnipro), 13 Gordon Schildenfeld (Eintracht Frankfurt), 21 Domagoj Vida (Dinamo Zagreb), 4 Jurica Buljat (Maccabi Haifa), 21 Sime Vrsaljko (Dinamo Zagreb)

Midfielders: 6 Danijel Pranjic (Bayern Munich), 11 Darijo Srna (Shakhtar Donetsk), 8 Ognjen Vukojevic (Dynamo Kiev), 7 Ivan Rakitic (Sevilla), 16 Tomislav Dujmovic (Zaragoza), 10 Luka Modric (Tottenham), 14 Milan Badelj (Dinamo Zagreb), 19 Niko Kranjcar (Tottenham), 20 Ivan Perisic (Borussia Dortmund)

Forwards: 17 Mario Mandzukic (Wolfsburg), 22 Eduardo Da Silva (Shakhtar Donetsk), 9 Nikica Jelavic (Everton), 18 Ivica Olic (Bayern Munich)

Italy
PREVIOUS APPEARANCES
1968 (winners), 1980 (fourth place), 1988 (semi-finals), 1996 (first round), 2000 (runners-up), 2004 (first round), 2008 (quarter-finals).

Coach: Cesare Prandelli
Goalkeepers: 1 Gianluigi Buffon (Juventus), 14 Morgan De Sanctis (Napoli), 12 Salvatore Sirigu (Paris Saint-Germain/FRA)

Defenders: 7 Ignazio Abate (AC Milan), 6 Federico Balzaretti (US Città di Palermo), 15 Andrea Barzagli (Juventus), 19 Leonardo Bonucci (Juventus), 3 Giorgio Chiellini (Juventus), 2 Christian Maggio (SSC Napoli), 4 Angelo Ogbonna (Torino FC).

Midfielders: 16 Daniele De Rossi (AS Roma), 22 Alessandro Diamanti (Bologna FC), 13 Emanuele Giaccherini (Juventus) 8 Claudio Marchisio (Juventus), 18 Riccardo Montolivo (ACF Fiorentina), 5 Thiago Motta (Paris Saint-Germain FC), 23 Antonio Nocerino (AC Milan), 21 Andrea Pirlo (Juventus).

Forwards: 9 Mario Balotelli (Manchester City FC), 17 Fabio Borini (AS Roma), 10 Antonio Cassano (AC Milan), 22 Antonio Di Natale (Udinese Calcio), 20 Sebastian Giovinco (FC Parma).

Republic of Ireland
PREVIOUS APPEARANCES
1988 (first round).

Manager: Giovanni Trappattoni
Goalkeepers: 1 Shay Given (Aston Villa), 16 Keiren Westwood (Sunderland), 23 David Forde (Millwall)

Defenders: 4 John O’Shea (Sunderland), 5 Richard Dunne (Aston Villa), 2 Sean St Ledger (Leicester City), 3 Stephen Ward (Wolverhampton Wanderers), 13 Paul McShane (Hull City), 12 Stephen Kelly (Fulham), 18 Darren O’Dea (Celtic)

Midfielders: 8 Keith Andrews (West Bromwich Albion), 6 Glenn Whelan (Stoke City), 15 Darron Gibson (Everton), 11 Damien Duff (Fulham), 7 Aiden McGeady (Spartak Moscow), 17 Stephen Hunt (Wolverhampton Wanderers), 21 Paul Green (Derby County) 22 James McClean (Sunderland)

Forwards: 10 Robbie Keane (LA Galaxy), 9 Kevin Doyle (Wolverhampton Wanderers), 20 Simon Cox (West Bromwich Albion), 14 Jonathan Walters (Stoke City), 19 Shane Long (West Bromwich Albion)

Spain
PREVIOUS APPEARANCES
1964 (winners), 1980 (first round), 1984 (runners-up), 1988 (first round), 1996 (quarter-finals), 2000 (quarter-finals), 2004 (first round), 2008 (winners).

Coach: Vicente del Bosque
Goalkeepers: 1 Iker Casillas (Real Madrid), 12 Victor Valdes (Barcelona), 23 Pepe Reina (Liverpool)

Defenders: 18 Jordi Alba (Valencia), 2 Raul Albiol (Real Madrid), 17 Alvaro Arbeloa (Real Madrid), 3 Gerard Pique (Barcelona), 15 Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid), 5 Juanfran Torres (Atletico Madrid)

Midfielders: 14 Xabi Alonso (Real Madrid), 16 Sergio Busquets (Barcelona), 20 Santi Cazorla (Malaga), 10 Cesc Fabregas (Barcelona), 6 Andres Iniesta (Barcelona), 4 Javi Martinez (Athletic Bilbao), 13 Juan Mata (Chelsea), 22 Jesus Navas (Sevilla), 21 David Silva (Manchester City), 8 Xavi (Barcelona)

Forwards: 19 Fernando Llorente (Athletic Bilbao), 11 Alvaro Negredo (Sevilla), Pedro (Barcelona), 9 Fernando Torres (Chelsea)

GROUP D
England
PREVIOUS APPEARANCES
1968 (third place), 1980 (first round), 1988 (first round), 1992 (first round), 1996 (semi-finals), 2000 (first round), 2004 (quarter-finals).

Manager: Roy Hodgson
Goalkeepers 1 Joe Hart (Manchester City), 13 Robert Green (West Ham United), 23 Jack Butland (Birmingham City)

Defenders 12 Leighton Baines (Everton), 5 Gary Cahill (Chelsea), 3 Ashley Cole (Chelsea), 2 Glen Johnson (Liverpool), 14 Phil Jones (Manchester United), 15 Joleon Lescott (Manchester City), 6 John Terry (Chelsea), 18 Phil Jagielka (Everton)

Midfielders 19 Stewart Downing (Liverpool), 4 Steven Gerrard (Liverpool), Jordan Henderson (Liverpool), 16 James Milner (Manchester City), 20 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Arsenal), 17 Scott Parker (Tottenham Hotspur), 7 Theo Walcott (Arsenal), 11 Ashley Young (Manchester United)

Forwards 9 Andy Carroll (Liverpool), 21 Jermain Defoe (Tottenham Hotspur), 9 Wayne Rooney (Manchester United), 22 Daniel Welbeck (Manchester United)

France
PREVIOUS APPEARANCES
1960 (fourth place), 1984 (winners), 1992 (first round), 1996 (semi-finals), 2000 (winners), 2004 (quarter-finals), 2008 (first round).

Coach: Lourent Blanch
Goalkeepers: 1 Hugo Lloris (Olympique Lyon), 16 Steve Mandanda (Olympique Marseille), 23 Cedric Carrasso (Girondins Bordeaux)

Defenders: 22 Gael Clichy (Manchester City), 3 Patrice Evra (Manchester United), 21 Laurent Koscielny (Arsenal), 5 Philippe Mexes (AC Milan), 4 Adil Rami (Valencia), 2 Mathieu Debuchy (Lille), 13 Anthony Reveillere (Olympique Lyon)

Midfielders: 6 Yohan Cabaye (Newcastle United), 15 Florent Malouda (Chelsea), 11 Samir Nasri (Manchester City), 18 Alou Diarra (Olympique Marseille), 17 Yann M'vila (Stade Rennes), 19 Marvin Martin (Sochaux), 12 Blaise Matuidi (Paris St Germain)

Forwards: 20 Hatem Ben Arfa (Newcastle United), 10 Karim Benzema (Real Madrid), 7 Franck Ribery (Bayern Munich), 9 Olivier Giroud (Montpellier), 14 Jeremy Menez (Paris St Germain), 8 Mathieu Valbuena (Olympique Marseille).

Sweden
PREVIOUS APPEARANCES
1992 (semi-finals), 2000 (first round), 2004 (quarter-finals), 2008 (first round).

Coach: Erik Hamren
Goalkeepers: 1 Andreas Isaksson (PSV Eindhoven), 12 Johan Wiland, (FC Copenhagen, 23 Pär Hansson (Helsingborg)

Defenders: 2 Mikael Lustig (Celtic), 3 Olof Mellberg (Olympiakos), 4 Andreas Granqvist (Genoa), Martin Olsson, (Blackburn), 13 Jonas Olsson (West Bromwich), 17 Behrang Safari (Anderlecht), 15 Mikael Antonsson (Bologna)

Midfielders: 6 Rasmus Elm (AZ Alkmaar), 7 Sebastian Larsson (Sunderland), 9 Kim Kallstrom (Lyon), 8 Anders Svensson (Elfsborg), 16 Pontus Wernbloom (CSKA Moscow), 18 Samuel Holmen (Istanbul BB), 19 Emir Bajrami (Twente), 21 Christian Wilhelmsson (Al-Hilal)

Forwards: 10 Zlatan Ibrahimovic (AC Milan), 11 Johan Elmander (Galatasaray), 14 Tobias Hysen (IFK Gothenburg), 20 Ola Toivonen (PSV Eindhoven), 22 Marcus Rosenberg (Werder Bremen).

Ukraine
PREVIOUS APPEARANCES
None.

Coach: Oleg Blokhin
Goalkeepers: 12 Andriy Pyatov (Shakhtar Donetsk), 23 Olexandr Horyainov (FC Metalist Kharkiv), 1 Maxym Koval (FC Dynamo Kiev).

Defenders: 5 Olexandr Kucher (Shakhtar Donetsk), 20 Yaroslav Rakitskiy (Shakhtar Donetsk), 13 Vyacheslav Shevchuk (Shakhtar Donetsk), 3 Yevhen Khacheridi (Dynamo Kiev), 17 Taras Mykhalyk (Dynamo Kiev), 2 Yevhen Selin (Vorskla), 21 Bogdan Butko (Illichivets).

Midfielders: 8 Olexandr Aliev (Dynamo Kiev), 6 Denys Garmash (Dynamo Kiev), 9 Oleh Gusiev (Dynamo Kiev), 11 Andriy Yarmolenko (Dynamo Kiev), 19 Yevhen Konoplyanka (Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk), 14 Ruslan Rotan (Dnipro), 18 Serhiy Nazarenko (Tavriya), 4 Anatoliy Tymoshchuk (Bayern Munich).

Forwards: 15 Artem Milevskiy (Dynamo Kiev), 7 Andriy Shevchenko (Dynamo Kiev), 22 Marco Devic (FC Metalist Kharkiv), 10 Andriy Voronin (Dynamo Moscow), 16 Yevhen Seleznyov (Shakhtar Donetsk).

Kelayakan EURO 2012
RkKumpulan APMSKJBPGMata
1Germany1010003472730
2Turkey105231311217
3Belgium104332115615
4Austria103341817112
5Azerbaijan102171026-167
6Kazakhstan10118624-184
RkKumpulan BPMSKJBPGMata
1Russia107211741323
2Republic of Ireland10631157821
3Armenia1052322101217
4Slovania10433710-315
5FYROM (Macedonia)10226814-68
6Andorra100010125-240
RkKumpulan CPMSKJBPGMata
1Italy108202021826
2Estonia105141514116
3Serbia104331312115
4Slovenia10424117414
5Northern Ireland10235913-49
6Faroe Islands10118626-204
RkKumpulan DPMSKJBPGMata
1France106311541121
2Bosnia and Herzegovina10622178920
3Romania10352139414
4Belarus1034387113
5Albania10235714-78
6Luxembourg10118321-184
RkKumpulan EPMSKJBPGMata
1Netherlands109013782927
2Sweden1080231112024
3Hungary106132214819
4Finland103161616010
5Moldova103071216-49
6San Marino100010053-530
RkKumpulan FPMSKJBPGMata
1Greece10730145924
2Croatia107121871122
3Israel105141311216
4Latvia10325912-311
5Georgia1024479-210
6Malta10019421-171
RkKumpulan GPMSKJBPGMata
1England85301751218
2Montenegro833277012
3Switzerland82231210211
4Bulgaria8305610-49
5Wales8125313-103
RkKumpulan HPMSKJBPGMata
1Denmark8611156919
2Portugal85122112916
3Norway8512107316
4Iceland8116614-84
5Cyprus8026720-132
RkKumpulan IPMSKJBPGMata
1Spain88002662024
2Czech Republic8412128413
3Scotland8322910-111
4Lithuania8125413-95
5Lientenstein8116317-144
Kejohanan Akhir - Peringkat Kumpulan
Denmark
England
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherland
Poland
Russia
Spain
Sweden
Ukraine
Portugal
Czech Repubic
Republic of Ireland
Portugal

Playoff untuk Kejohanan Akhir
November 11, 2011

Bosnia-Hergegovina 0-0 Portugal
Turkey 0-3 Croatia
Czech Republic 2-0 Montenegro
Estonia 0-4 Republic of Ireland

November 15, 2011
Croatia 0-0 (agg 3-0) Turkey
Montenegro 0-1 (agg 0-3) Czech Repubic
Republic of Ireland 1-1 (agg 5-1) Estonia
Portugal 6-2 (agg 6-2) Bosnia-Herzegovina

UNDIAN KELAYAKAN EURO 2012
Tarikh : Februari 7, 2010 (Ahad)
Tuanrumah bersama : Poland dan Ukraine
Gr AGr BGr C
1 Germany1 Russia1 Italy
2 Turkey2 Slovakia2 Serbia
3 Austria3 Rep. of Ireland3 Northern Ireland
4 Belgium4 FYR Macedonia4 Slovenia
5 Kazakhtan5 Armenia5 Estonia
6 Azebaijan6 Andorra6 Faroe Island
Gr DGr EGr F
1 France1 Netherlands1 Croatia
2 Romania2 Sweden2 Greece
3 Bosnia-Herzegovina3 Finland3 Israel
4 Belarus4 Hungary4 Latvia
5 Albania5 Moldova5 Georgia
6 Luxembourg6 San Marino6 Malta
Gr GGr HGr I
1 England1 Portugal1 Spain
2 Switzerland2 Denmark2 Czech Republic
3 Bulgaria3 Norway3 Scotland
4 Wales4 Cyprus4 Lithuania
5 Montenegro5 Iceland5 Liechtenstein

Perlawanan kelayakan EURO 2012 :
Perlawanan 1: Sep 3, 4, 7 2010
Perlawanan 2: Okt 8,  9, 12 2010
Perlawanan 3 : Mac 25, 26, 29 2011
Perlawanan 4 : Jun 3, 4, 7 2011
Perlawanan 5 : Okt 7, 8, 11 2011
Perlawanan play-off : Nov 11, 12 2011
Perlawanan play-off : Nov 15, 2011
EURO 2012 : Jun 8 2012

Jadual Euro 2012 Diluluskan
Oktober 5, 2010 - Badan bola sepak Eropah (UEFA) telah meluluskan jadual Euro 2012 di Poland dan Ukraine.

Poland akan menganjurkan perlawanan di Warsaw, Wroclaw, Poznan dan Odansk, manakala Ukraine pula di Kiev, Donetsk, Kharkiv dan Lviv. Kejohanan ini akan diadakan pada Jun 8 hingga Julai 1, 2010.

Di Poland, Woclaw dan Poznan akan menganjurkan tiga perlawanan peringkat kumpulan dan suku akhir. Gdansk akan menganjurkan tiga perlawanan peringkat kumpulan dan suku akhir. Warsaw akan menjadi tuanrumah kepada tiga perlawanan peringkat kumpulan termasuk perlawanan pembukaan Kumpulan A, suku akhir dan separuh akhir.

Di Ukraine, Khrkiv dan Lviv akan menganjurkan tiga perlawanan peringkat kumpulan dengan Donetsk menjadi tuanrumah tiga perlawanan peringkat kumpulan, suku akhir dan separuh akhir. Kiev menjadi tempat tiga perlawanan peringkat kumpulan termasuk suku akhir dan akhir.

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