Portuguese national soccer team

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Pointed name
Selecção the Quinas
federation
Federação Portuguesa de Futebol
coach
Luiz Felipe Scolari, since 2003
record players
Luis Figo (115)
record goal scorer
Pauleta (42)
first international match
Spain 3:1 Portugal
(Madrid, Spain; 18. November 1921)
Highest victory
Portugal 8:0 Liechtenstein
(Lisbon, Portugal; 18. November 1994)
Portugal 8:0 Liechtenstein
(Coimbra, Portugal; 9. June 1999)
Portugal 8:0 Kuwait
(Leiria, Portugal; 19. November 2003)
Highest defeat
Portugal 0:8 England
(Lisbon, Portugal; 25. May 1947)
World championship
final round participation: 3 (first: 1966)
Best result: Third place 1966
European championship
final round participation: 4 (first: 1984)
Best result: Second place 2004

the Portuguese national soccer team (FPF), the Selecção (=Auswahl), is one of the strongest European national teams in the football. Contrary to the association football and the juniors the A-crew could win however so far no title with a European or a world championship.

The Heimspiele of the Selecção, are delivered mainly in the following stages: In the Estádio DO Dragão of the fiber plastic postage, Estádio there Luz of Benfica Lisbon and in the Estádio José Alvalade of Sporting Lisbon, those at the same time also the largest stages of Portugal are.

Table of contents

Selecção

Selecção is called the Portuguese national team, contrary to the Seleção, the Brazilian national soccer team.

history

the Portuguese football roof federation is the Federação Portuguesa de Futebol (FPF). 1914 are considered as the year of the foundation. 1923 joined the FPF the world union FIFA and 1954 the UEFA .

One celebrated the so far largest success of the A-crew at the football WM 1966 in England, as the team 3. became and Eusébio with 9 hits goal scorer king became. Also the profit of the vice-European championship 2004 was a large success. The moreover one Portugal became with the football European championship 1984 in France as well as with the football European championship 2000 in Belgium and the Netherlands in each case third.

The crew specified last consisted in the majority of players of the golden generation , which became 1989 and 1991 with the under+20-year old world champion.

leotard

the leotard of the Portuguese national soccer team is held in the national colors red and green. A yellow Paspelierung, which runs along the chest seams and Hosenbeine along, reminds of the large past of Portugal as sailor nation.



participation of Portugal at the soccer world championship (4 times)

1930 in Uruguay not participated
1934 in Italy do not qualify
1938 in France do not qualify
1950 in Brazil on final round participation do without
1954 in Switzerland do not qualify
1958 in Sweden do not qualify
1962 in Chile do not qualify
1966 in England 3. Place
1970 in Mexico does not qualify
1974 in Germany does not qualify
1978 in Argentina does not qualify
1982 in Spain does not qualify
1986 in Mexico Vorrunde
1990 in Italy does not qualify
1994 in the USA does not qualify
1998 in France does not qualify
2002 in South Korea/Japan Vorrunde
2006 in Germany *

participation of Portugal at the football European championship (4 times)

1960 in France do not qualify
1964 in Spain do not qualify
1968 in Italy do not qualify
1972 in that Belgium do not qualify
1976 in Yugoslavia do not qualify
1980 in Italy do not qualify
1984 in France semi-final
1988 in BR Germany do not qualify
1992 in Sweden do not qualify
1996 in England quarter final
2000 in Belgium & the Netherlands semi-finals
2004 in Portugal 2. Place

title

  • U20 world champion (2) - 1989, 1991
  • U18 European champion (2) - 1994, 1999
  • U17 European champion (1) - 2003
  • U16 European champion (4) - 1989, 1995, 1996, 2000

current cadre

goal keeper:

defense:

centre zone:

storm:

acquaintance player

euro 1984 and WM 1986

the golden one generation


past coaches

international matches against German national soccer teams

(results always from Portuguese view)

  • international matches against Germany
  1. 27. February 1936 in Lisbon: 1:3 - gates: Silva; Karl high man, Albin Kitzinger, Ernst Lehner
  2. 24. April 1938 in Frankfurt/Main: 1:1 - gates: Sousa; Otto Siffling
  3. 19. December 1954 in Lisbon: 0:3 - gates: Harsh ore Erhardt, Alfred Pfaff, Erich Juskowiak
  4. 27. April 1960 in Ludwigshafen on the Rhine: 1:2 - gates: Cavem; Uwe Seeler, Helmut Rahn
  5. 17. February 1982 in Hanover: 1:3 - gates: De Matos; Klaus Fischer (2), Humberto (self-gate)
  6. 23. February 1983 in Lisbon: 1:0 - gate: Dito
  7. 14. June 1984 in Strasbourg (EM-Vorrunde): 0:0
  8. 24. February 1985 in Lisbon (WM-qualification): 1:2 - gates: Diamantino; Pierre suffering bar ski, Rudi of full
  9. 16. October 1985 in Stuttgart (WM-qualification): 1:0 - gate: Carlo Manuel
  10. 29. August 1990 in Lissabom: 1:1 - gates: Rui Aguas; Lothar matte house
  11. 21. February 1996 in postage: 1:2 - gates: Folha; Andreas Möller (2)
  12. 14. December 1996 in Lisbon (WM-qualification): 0:0
  13. 6. September 1997 in Berlin (WM-qualification): 1:1 - gates: Pedro Barbosa; Ulf Kirsten
  14. 20. June 2000 in Rotterdam (EM-Vorrunde): 3:0 - gates: Sergio Conceicao (of 3)
  • international matches against the GDR
  1. 21. June 1959 in Berlin (EM-qualification): 2:0
  2. 28. June 1959 in postage (EM-qualification): 3:2
  3. 19. February 1986 in Braga: 1:3
  1. 1. May 1955 in Saarbruecken (Portuguese B-team): 6:1
  2. 3. June 1956 in Saarbruecken (Portuguese B-team): 0:0

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