1989 European Competition for Women's Football squads

This article lists all the confirmed national football squads for the 1989 European Competition for Women's Football.

Players marked (c) were named as captain for their national squad.

 Germany

Head coach: Germany Gero Bisanz

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
GK Marion Isbert 25 February 1964 (aged 25) Germany TuS Ahrbach
GK Elke Walther 1 April 1967 (aged 22)
DF Roswitha Bindl 14 January 1965 (aged 24) Germany Bayern Munich
DF Andrea Haberlaß 26 January 1964 (aged 25)
DF Frauke Kuhlmann 27 September 1966 (aged 22)
DF Petra Landers 16 January 1962 (aged 27)
DF Jutta Nardenbach 13 August 1968 (aged 20) Germany TuS Ahrbach
DF Sissy Raith 11 June 1960 (aged 29) Germany TSV Siegen
DF Britta Unsleber 25 December 1966 (aged 22) Germany FSV Frankfurt
MF Petra Damm 20 March 1961 (aged 28)
MF Angelika Fehrmann 6 January 1964 (aged 25)
MF Doris Fitschen (c) 25 October 1968 (aged 20) Germany VfR Eintracht Wolfsburg
MF Ursula Lohn 7 November 1966 (aged 22)
MF Claudia Sonn 7 January 1966 (aged 23)
MF Martina Voss 22 December 1967 (aged 21) Germany TSV Siegen
FW Thekla Krause 18 May 1969 (aged 20)
FW Heidi Mohr 29 May 1967 (aged 22) Germany TuS Niederkirchen
FW Silvia Neid 2 May 1964 (aged 25) Germany TSV Siegen

 Italy

Head coach: Italy Sergio Guenza

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
1 GK Roberta Russo
2 DF Paola Bonato 31 January 1961 (aged 28)
3 MF Emma Iozzelli 12 June 1966 (aged 23)
4 MF Elisabetta Saldi
5 DF Adele Marsiletti 7 November 1964 (aged 24)
6 DF Anna Mega 21 October 1962 (aged 26) Italy Juve Siderno
7 MF Feriana Ferraguzzi 20 February 1959 (aged 30) Belgium Standard Liège
8 MF Maria Mariotti 27 January 1964 (aged 25)
9 MF Antonella Carta 1 March 1967 (aged 22)
10 FW Elisabetta Vignotto 13 January 1954 (aged 35) Italy ASD Reggiana CF
11 FW Carolina Morace 5 February 1964 (aged 25) Italy Lazio
12 GK Giorgia Brenzan 21 August 1967 (aged 21)
13 MF Elisabetta Bavagnoli 3 September 1963 (aged 25) Italy Modena F.C.
14 DF Federica D'Astolfo 27 October 1966 (aged 22)

 Norway

Head coach: Norway Erling Hokstad

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
GK Hege Ludvigsen 28 January 1964 (aged 25) Norway Sprint-Jeløy
DF Gunn Nyborg 21 March 1960 (aged 29) Norway Asker
DF Trine Stenberg 6 December 1969 (aged 19) Norway Sandviken
DF Bjørg Storhaug 9 May 1962 (aged 27) Norway Klepp
DF Heidi Støre 4 July 1963 (aged 25) Norway Sprint-Jeløy
MF Agnete Carlsen 15 January 1971 (aged 18) Norway Sprint-Jeløy
MF Tone Haugen 6 February 1964 (aged 25) Norway Trondheims-Ørn
MF Trude Haugland 18 September 1966 (aged 22) Norway Trondheims-Ørn
MF Torill Hoch-Nielsen 12 March 1966 (aged 23) Norway Sprint-Jeløy
MF Liv Strædet 21 October 1964 (aged 24) Norway Sprint-Jeløy
MF Cathrine Zaborowski 3 August 1971 (aged 17) Norway Asker
FW Sissel Grude 17 February 1967 (aged 22) Norway Klepp
FW Birthe Hegstad 23 July 1966 (aged 22) Norway Klepp
FW Linda Medalen 17 June 1965 (aged 24) Norway Asker
FW Turid Storhaug 21 October 1968 (aged 20) Norway Klepp

 Sweden

Head coach: Sweden Gunilla Paijkull

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
1 GK Elisabeth Leidinge 6 March 1957 (aged 32) Sweden Jitex BK
2 DF Camilla Fors 24 April 1969 (aged 20) Sweden Jitex BK
3 MF Marie Karlsson 4 December 1963 (aged 25) Sweden Öxabäcks IF
4 DF Anette Hansson 2 May 1963 (aged 26) Sweden Jitex BK
5 DF Eva Zeikfalvy 18 April 1967 (aged 22) Sweden Malmö FF
6 MF Åsa Persson 31 July 1965 (aged 23) Sweden Öxabäcks IF
7 MF Ingrid Johansson (c) 9 July 1965 (aged 23) Sweden GAIS
8 FW Helen Johansson 9 July 1965 (aged 23) Sweden GAIS
9 FW Pia Sundhage 13 February 1960 (aged 29) Sweden Jitex BK
10 FW Lena Videkull 9 December 1962 (aged 26) Sweden Malmö FF
11 FW Eleonor Hultin 9 August 1963 (aged 25) Sweden Jitex BK
12 GK Marina Persson Sweden Öxabäcks IF
13 MF Malin Swedberg 15 September 1968 (aged 20) Sweden Djurgårdens IF
14 MF Camilla Andersson 3 July 1967 (aged 21) Sweden Malmö FF
15 MF Pia Syrén 16 November 1966 (aged 22) Sweden Öxabäcks IF
16 FW Anneli Andelén 21 June 1968 (aged 21) Sweden Öxabäcks IF

Source: Swedish Football Association[1]

References

  1. ^ "EM slutspel - Sveriges spelare". SvFF (in Swedish). Retrieved 24 January 2018.

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1989 European Competition for Women's Football

The 1989 European Competition for Women's Football took place in West Germany. It was won by the hosts in a final against defending champions Norway. Again, the competition began with four qualifying groups, but this time the top two countries qualified for a home-and-away quarter final, before the four winners entered the semi-finals in the host nation.

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