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Football at the 2004 Summer Olympics

Football at the 2004 Summer Olympics
Tournament details
Host country Greece
Dates 11 August - 28 August
Teams 16 (men) + 10 (women) (from 6 confederations)
Venue(s) 6 (in 6 host cities)
Final positions
Champions  Argentina (men)
 United States (women)
Runners-up  Paraguay (men)
 Brazil (women)
Third place  Italy (men)
 Germany (women)
Fourth place  Iraq (men)
 Sweden (women)
Tournament statistics
Matches played 52
Goals scored 156 (3 per match)
Attendance 601,052 (11,559 per match)
Football at the
2004 Summer Olympics

Tournament
men  women
Squads
men  women

The football tournament at the 2004 Summer Olympics started on 11 August, (two days before the opening ceremony), and ended on 28 August.

The Tournaments take place every four years, in conjunction with the Summer Olympic Games. The associations affiliated to FIFA are invited to participate with their men's U-23 and women's representative teams.[1] The men's tournament allows up to three overage players to join the U-23 squads.

The men's tournament was won by Argentina, coached by Marcelo Bielsa, which held an impressive record of having won every single match without conceding a goal in the tournament. The Golden Boot was also won by Argentina's Carlos Tevez. The women's tournament was won by the United States.

Contents

  • Venues 1
  • Men 2
  • Women 3
  • FIFA Fair play award 4
    • Women's tournament 4.1
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Venues

Men

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's football  Argentina (ARG)
Roberto Ayala
Nicolás Burdisso
Wilfredo Caballero
Fabricio Coloccini
César Delgado
Andrés D'Alessandro
Leandro Fernández
Luciano Figueroa
Cristian 'Kily' González
Luis González
Mariano González
Gabriel Heinze
Germán Lux
Javier Mascherano
Nicolás Medina
Clemente Rodríguez
Mauro Rosales
Javier Saviola
Carlos Tevez
Coach: Marcelo Bielsa
 Paraguay (PAR)
Rodrigo Romero
Emilio Martínez
Julio Manzur
Carlos Gamarra
José Devaca
Celso Esquivel
Pablo Giménez
Edgar Barreto
Fredy Barreiro
Diego Figueredo
Aureliano Torres
Pedro Benítez
Julio César Enciso
Julio González
Ernesto Cristaldo
Osvaldo Díaz
José Cardozo
Diego Barreto
Coach: Carlos Jara Saguier
 Italy (ITA)
Marco Amelia
Andrea Barzagli
Daniele Bonera
Cesare Bovo
Giorgio Chiellini
Daniele De Rossi
Simone Del Nero
Marco Donadel
Matteo Ferrari
Andrea Gasbarroni
Alberto Gilardino
Emiliano Moretti
Giandomenico Mesto
Angelo Palombo
Ivan Pelizzoli
Giampiero Pinzi
Andrea Pirlo
Giuseppe Sculli
Coach: Claudio Gentile

Women

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Women's football  United States (USA)
Briana Scurry
Heather Mitts
Christie Rampone
Cat Reddick
Lindsay Tarpley
Brandi Chastain
Shannon Boxx
Angela Hucles
Mia Hamm
Aly Wagner
Julie Foudy
Cindy Parlow
Kristine Lilly
Joy Fawcett
Kate Markgraf
Abby Wambach
Heather O'Reilly
Kristin Luckenbill
Coach: April Heinrichs
 Brazil (BRA)
Andréia
Maravilha
Mônica
Tânia
Juliana
Daniela
Rosana
Renata Costa
Aline
Formiga
Elaine
Maycon
Pretinha
Marta
Cristiane
Roseli
Dayane
Grazielle
Coach: Renê Simões
 Germany (GER)
Silke Rottenberg
Kerstin Stegemann
Kerstin Garefrekes
Steffi Jones
Sarah Günther
Viola Odebrecht
Pia Wunderlich
Petra Wimbersky
Birgit Prinz
Renate Lingor
Martina Müller
Navina Omilade
Sandra Minnert
Isabell Bachor
Sonja Fuss
Conny Pohlers
Ariane Hingst
Nadine Angerer
Coach: Tina Theune-Meyer

FIFA Fair play award

Women's tournament

References

  1. ^ Article 1 of the tournament regulations.

External links

  • Olympic Football Tournaments Athens 2004 - Men, FIFA.com
  • Olympic Football Tournaments Athens 2004 - Women, FIFA.com
  • Olympics: Olympic Football Tournament 2004
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