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2003 UEFA European Under-17 Championship

2003 UEFA Under-17 Championship
Campeonato Europeu de Futebol Sub-17 de 2003
Tournament details
Host country Portugal
Dates 7 – 17 May
Teams 8
Final positions
Champions  Portugal (5th title)
Runners-up  Spain
Third place  Austria
Fourth place  England
Tournament statistics
Matches played 16
Goals scored 44 (2.75 per match)
Top scorer(s) David Rodríguez (6 goals)
Best player Miguel Veloso[1]

The 2003 UEFA European Under-17 Championship was the second edition of UEFA's UEFA European Under-17 Championship. Portugal hosted the championship, during 7–17 May. The format of the competition changed, and only 8 teams entered the competition. Host Portugal defeated Spain in the final to win the competition for the fifth time.

Portugal and Spain qualified for the 2003 FIFA U-17 World Championship held in Finland.

Squads

Qualifying

There were two qualifying rounds.

Venues

The following venues were chosen to hold the final tournament matches:

Stadium Location Capacity
Estádio do Fontelo Viseu 12,000
Municipal Eng. Manuel Branco Teixeira Chaves 12,000
Dr. Orlando Mendes Santa Comba Dão 10,000
Municipal de Nelas Nelas 7,500
Complexo Desportivo Monte da Forca Vila Real 6,000
Estádio Municipal de Mangualde Mangualde 1,500
Estádio Municipal de Santa Marta de Penaguião Santa Marta de Penaguião 500

Group stage

Group A

Teams GP W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Portugal 3 3 0 0 6 2 4 9
 Austria 3 2 0 1 3 1 2 6
 Denmark 3 1 0 2 4 5 -1 3
 Hungary 3 0 0 3 0 5 -5 0
7 May 2003
16:00 CET
Portugal  3 – 2  Denmark
João Pedro Goal 34'
Paulo Machado Goal 40'
Curto Goal 55'
Report Goal 32'42' Torry

7 May 2003
18:00 CET
Austria  1 – 0  Hungary
Saurer Goal 78' Report
Nelas
Referee: Sergiy Berezka (UKR)

9 May 2003
16:00 CET
Portugal  1 – 0  Austria
Curto Goal 14' Report
Santa Comba Dão
Referee: Kuddusi Müftüoglu (TUR)

9 May 2003
18:00 CET
Denmark  2 – 0  Hungary
Storm Goal 33'
Jakobsen Goal 50'
Report
Mangualde
Referee: Novo Panic (BIH)

11 May 2003
17:30 CET
Hungary  0 – 2  Portugal
Report Goal 50' Bruno Gama
Goal 62' Vieirinha

11 May 2003
17:30 CET
Denmark  0 – 2  Austria
Report Goal 42' Mayer
Goal 83' Horvath
Nelas
Referee: Veaceslav Banari (MVA)

Group B

Teams GP W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Spain 3 2 1 0 7 2 5 7
 England 3 1 2 0 4 3 1 5
 Italy 3 1 1 1 4 2 2 4
 Israel 3 0 0 3 1 9 -8 0
7 May 2003
16:00 CET
Israel  1 – 2  England
Rafaelov Goal 47' (pen.) Report Goal 51' Bowditch
Goal 54' Milner
Santa Marta de Penaguião
Referee: Novo Panic (BIH)

7 May 2003
18:00 CET
Spain  2 – 0  Italy
Cases Goal 28'
Nadal Goal 35'
Report
Vila Real
Referee: Kuddusi Müftüoglu (TUR)

9 May 2003
15:30 CET
Israel  0 – 3  Spain
Report Goal 33' Silva
Goal 36' David
Goal 47' Cases
Chaves
Referee: Veaceslav Banari (MDA)

9 May 2003
18:00 CET
England  0 – 0  Italy
Report

11 May 2003
17:30 CET
England  2 – 2  Spain
Taylor Goal 47'
Milner Goal 51'
Report Goal 9' Nadal
Goal 27' Jurado
Vila Real
Referee: Sergiy Berezka (UKR)

11 May 2003
17:30 CET
Italy  4 – 0  Israel
Pozzi Goal 32'46'
Lupoli Goal 35'78'
Report

Knockout stage

Knockout map

Semi-finals Final
14 May – Viseu
  Portugal (p)  2 (3)  
  England  2 (2)  
 
17 May – Viseu
      Portugal  2
    Spain  1
Third place
14 May – Mangualde 17 May - Santa Comba Dão
  Spain  5   England  0
  Austria  2     Austria  1

Semifinals

14 May 2003
18:00 CET
Portugal  2 – 2  England
Vieirinha Goal 10'
Saleiro Goal 82'
Report Goal 8' Bowditch
Goal 21' Milner
  Penalties  
Machado Penalty scored
Vieirinha Penalty scored
Saleiro Penalty scored
Gama Penalty missed
3 - 2 Penalty missed Doyle
Penalty missed Moore
Penalty scored Milner
Penalty scored Ifil
Penalty missed Leadbitter

14 May 2003
16:00 CET
Spain  5 – 2  Austria
David Goal 4'12'37'68'
Cases Goal 16'
Report Goal 59' Fuchs
Goal 62' Stankovic

Third Place Playoff

17 May 2003
15:30 CET
 England 0 – 1 Austria 
Report Goal 53' Pirker
Santa Comba Dão
Referee: Sergiy Berezka (UKR)

Final

17 May 2003
18:30 CET
 Portugal 2 – 1 Spain 
Márcio Sousa Goal 22'47' Report Goal 42' David
Estádio do Fontelo, Viseu
Referee: Novo Panic (BIH)
Portugal
Spain
GK 12 Mário Felgueiras
RB 2 João Dias Booked 60'
CB 4 Miguel Veloso (c)
CB 14 Paulo Ricardo
LB 3 Tiago Gomes
CM 6 Paulo Machado
CM 17 João Coimbra Substituted off 70'
MO 10 Márcio Sousa Substituted off 77'
RW 7 Vieirinha
LW 15 João Pedro Substituted off 52'
CF 9 Carlos Saleiro
Substitutions:
GK 1 Pedro Freitas
LB 13 Vítor Vinha
CB 5 Tiago Costa
MF 8 João Moutinho Substituted in 77'
LW 11 Hélder Barbosa
RW 18 Bruno Gama Substituted in 52'
FW 18 Manuel Curto Substituted in 70'
Manager:
António Violante
GK 13 Antonio Adán
RB 2 Manuel Ruz Substituted off 72'
CB 5 Sergio Sánchez
CB 14 César Arzo Booked 81'
LB 3 Raúl Llorente
DM 8 Markel Bergara Substituted off 63'
MF 16 José Cases Substituted off 49'
MF 11 Jurado (c)
MF 10 David Silva
LW 7 Sisi
CF 9 David Rodríguez
Substitutions:
GK 1 Roberto Jiménez
DF 4 Marcos Martín
DF 17 César Collado Substituted in 72'
MF 6 Marcos Tébar Substituted in 49'
MF 15 Eneko Urien
FW 12 Manu Alejandro
FW 18 Xisco Nadal Substituted in 63'
Manager:
Juan Santisteban

Goalscorers

6 goals
3 goals
2 goals
1 goal

References

  1. ^ 2003: Miguel Veloso
  • UEFA.com
  • RSSSF.com
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