UEFA Women's Euro 2009 qualifying

Qualifying for UEFA Women's Euro 2009 determined which 11 teams joined Finland, the hosts of the 2009 tournament, to play for the UEFA Women's Championship.

Preliminary round

20 teams were divided into 5 groups of 4. The 5 group winners qualified for the actual qualifying stage, together with 25 countries exempted from the preliminary round.

Group A1

in Turkey:

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA
 Northern Ireland 6 3 2 0 1 9 2
 Turkey 6 3 2 0 1 11 2
 Croatia 6 3 2 0 1 9 6
 Georgia 0 3 0 0 3 0 19
Croatia 6–0 Georgia
Landeka Goal 26'29'
Koljenik Goal 49'52'90+2'
Bucifal Goal 57'
Report
Northern Ireland 0–1 Turkey
Report Erol Goal 88'
Croatia 2–1 Turkey
Koljenik Goal 30'
Landeka Goal 44'
Report Özgüvenç Goal 3'
Georgia 0–4 Northern Ireland
Report Hutton Goal 26'49'80'
Turner Goal 81'
Northern Ireland 5–1 Croatia
Corish Goal 3'
Hutton Goal 15'
McFadden Goal 60'66'90'
Report Joščak Goal 77'
Turkey 9–0 Georgia
Uraz Goal 40'76'90'
Defterli Goal 42'66'
Şeker Goal 52'
Yağ Goal 53'
Özgüvenç Goal 62'
Gogsadze Goal 63' (o.g.)
Report

Group A2

in Bosnia and Herzegovina:

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA
 Israel 9 3 3 0 0 9 2
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 4 3 1 1 1 7 7
 Armenia 4 3 1 1 1 2 2
 Latvia 0 3 0 0 3 1 8
Israel 3–0 Latvia
Gian Goal 28'
Fhima Goal 32'
Shenar Goal 70'
Report
Bosnia and Herzegovina 1–1 Armenia
Škrbić Goal 83' Report Kostanyan Goal 32'
Israel 1–0 Armenia
Shenar Goal 5' Report
Latvia 1–4 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Verreva Goal 29' Report Pehić Goal 53'63'65'
A. Spahić Goal 88'
Bosnia and Herzegovina 2–5 Israel
Škrbić Goal 27'
Fetahović Goal 46'
Report Gian Goal 13'
Shenar Goal 23'40'81'89'
Armenia 1–0 Latvia
Kostanyan Goal 27' Report

Group A3

in Luxembourg:

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA
 Slovakia 9 3 3 0 0 15 0
 Luxembourg 4 3 1 1 1 5 7
 Lithuania 2 3 0 2 1 1 4
 Malta 1 3 0 1 2 2 12
Slovakia 4–0 Luxembourg
Dugovicová Goal 55'58'
Strožová Goal 60'80'
Report
Malta 0–0 Lithuania
Report
Slovakia 3–0 Lithuania
Kolenová Goal 18'
Dugovicová Goal 41'
Strožová Goal 81'
Report
Luxembourg 4–2 Malta
Birkel Goal 41'53'
HansenGoal 72'
Settanni Goal 80'
Report Carabott Goal 11'16'
Malta 0–8 Slovakia
Report Budošová Goal 8'53'75'
Ondrušová Goal 13'
Dugovicová Goal 65'76'81'
Králiková Goal 86'
Lithuania 1–1 Luxembourg
Bložytė Goal 30' Report Leuchter Goal 59'

Group A4

in Romania:

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA
 Romania 9 3 3 0 0 10 1
 Bulgaria 6 3 2 0 1 8 1
 Azerbaijan 3 3 1 0 2 4 9
 Estonia 0 3 0 0 3 2 13
Romania 4–1 Azerbaijan
Olar-Spânu Goal 29'
Pavel Goal 61'
Laiu Goal 73'
Striblea Goal 87'
Report Milyukhina Goal 59'
Estonia 0–5 Bulgaria
Report Kostova Goal 14'21' (pen.)34'50'
Petrakieva Goal 37'
Azerbaijan 3–2 Estonia
Osmanova Goal 17'
Vasilieva Goal 81'83'
Report Vaher Goal 6'
Jaadla Goal 59'
Romania 1–0 Bulgaria
Pavel Goal 66' Report
Estonia 0–5 Romania
Report Olar-Spânu Goal 3'
Pavel Goal 9'
Prundaru Goal 14'
Laiu Goal 35'
Rus Goal 36'
Bulgaria 3–0 Azerbaijan
Kostova Goal 13'
Petrakieva Goal 36'
Peeva Goal 55'
Report

Group A5

in Macedonia:

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 Wales 9 3 3 0 0 10 2 +8
 Kazakhstan 6 3 2 0 1 3 2 +1
 Faroe Islands 3 3 1 0 2 8 3 +5
 North Macedonia 0 3 0 0 3 0 14 −14
Wales 2–1 Faroe Islands
Foster Goal 32'
Holt Goal 90'
Report Josephsen Goal 90+2'
Kazakhstan 1–0 North Macedonia
Kirgizbaeva Goal 59' Report
Wales 6–0 North Macedonia
Harries Goal 9'
Ludlow Goal 15'
Green Goal 24'
Foster Goal 36'60'
Holt Goal 54'
Report
Faroe Islands 0–1 Kazakhstan
Report Li Goal 8'
Kazakhstan 1–2 Wales
Yalova Goal 56' Report Harries Goal 23'
Ludlow Goal 73'
North Macedonia 0–7 Faroe Islands
Report Josephsen Goal 21'62'
Andreasen Goal 25'28'50'73'
Kristiansen Goal 57'

Qualifying stage

The six group winners automatically qualified for the final tournament. The six group runners-up and the four third-placed teams with the best record against the rest of the top four in their respective groups went into five two-legged play-offs.

Group 1

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 England 20 8 6 2 0 24 4 +20
 Spain 17 8 5 2 1 24 7 +17
 Czech Republic 14 8 4 2 2 18 14 +4
 Belarus 4 8 1 1 6 10 27 −17
 Northern Ireland 1 8 0 1 7 2 26 −24
England 4–0 Northern Ireland
K. Smith Goal 52'
Harkin Goal 66' (o.g.)
Chapman Goal 73'
Sanderson Goal 77'
Report
Northern Ireland 1–3 Czech Republic
McFadden Goal 10' Report Chlumecká Goal 11'81'85'
Belarus 0–3 Spain
Report Vázquez Goal 53'
Azagra Goal 67'
Jiménez Goal 84'
Belarus 5–0 Northern Ireland
Kazeeva Goal 26'
Tatarynova Goal 49'90'
Davydovich Goal 57'
Kuzniatsova Goal 80'
Report
Belarus 1–4 Czech Republic
Kuzniatsova Goal 4' Report Heroldová Goal 8'
Ščasná Goal 33'57' (pen.)61'
England 4–0 Belarus
A. Scott Goal 10'64'
K. Smith Goal 32'
Aluko Goal 48'
Report
Czech Republic 2–2 Spain
I. Martínková Goal 18'
Šmeralová Goal 78'
Report Martín Goal 35'
Vilanova Goal 90+4'
England 1–0 Spain
Carney Goal 64' Report
Spain 4–0 Northern Ireland
Del Río Goal 17'
Bermúdez Goal 27'
Vilas Goal 59'
García Goal 74'
Report
Northern Ireland 0–2 England
Report Williams Goal 18'
White Goal 84'
England 0–0 Czech Republic
Report
Czech Republic 4–0 Northern Ireland
Šmeralová Goal 21'
L. Martínková Goal 43'
I. Martínková Goal 79' (pen.)
Došková Goal 90+3'
Report
Spain 6–1 Belarus
Vázquez Goal 11'40'
Romero Goal 28'90'
Cuesta Goal 68'
Pérez Goal 88'
Report Shpak Goal 36'
Belarus 1–6 England
Ryzhevich Goal 30' Report J. Scott Goal 1'
Williams Goal 7'25'87'
Sanderson Goal 44'
White Goal 90'
Spain 4–1 Czech Republic
Gimbert Goal 46' (pen.)
Boquete Goal 57'90+2' (pen.)
Torrejón Goal 84'
Report Heroldová Goal 33'
Northern Ireland 0–3 Spain
Report Vázquez Goal 9'11'
Boquete Goal 72'
Czech Republic 3–1 Belarus
Ringelová Goal 19'
L. Martínková Goal 51'81'
Report Kiose Goal 62'
Northern Ireland 1–1 Belarus
Hall Goal 40' Report Kiose Goal 84'
Czech Republic 1–5 England
Došková Goal 28' Report Westwood Goal 61'
K. Smith Goal 79'86'
Carney Goal 81'
J. Scott Goal 83'
Spain 2–2 England
Boquete Goal 8'
Bermúdez Goal 42'
Report Carney Goal 54'
K. Smith Goal 76'

Group 2

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 Sweden 24 8 8 0 0 31 0 +31
 Italy 18 8 6 0 2 23 7 +16
 Republic of Ireland 12 8 4 0 4 10 14 −4
 Romania 4 8 1 1 6 8 28 −20
 Hungary 1 8 0 1 7 6 29 −23
Republic of Ireland 2–1 Hungary
Taylor Goal 43'
Byrne Goal 50'
Report Gáspár Goal 28'
Italy 0–2 Sweden
Report Seger Goal 42'
Fischer Goal 90+3'
Hungary 3–3 Romania
Jakab Goal 40'68'
Milassin Goal 89'
Report Olar-Spânu Goal 31'
Rus Goal 38'
Pufulete Goal 87'
Republic of Ireland 1–2 Italy
O'Toole Goal 76' Report Paliotti Goal 40'
Panico Goal 59'
Romania 0–7 Sweden
Report Svensson Goal 6'25'35'38'68'
Sjögran Goal 14'
Schelin Goal 75'
Sweden 7–0 Hungary
Svensson Goal 12'86'
Marklund Goal 16'
Sjögran Goal 22'
Segerström Goal 52'88'
Lundin Goal 90+1'
Report
Romania 0–2 Republic of Ireland
Report Curtis Goal 12'14'
Hungary 1–3 Italy
Pádár Goal 70' (pen.) Report D'Adda Goal 58'
Panico Goal 76'
Tuttino Goal 87'
Republic of Ireland 2–1 Romania
O'Brien Goal 18'
Curtis Goal 31'
Report Pufulete Goal 40'
Italy 5–0 Romania
Boni Goal 27'
Panico Goal 41'
Paliotti Goal 60'66'
Gabbiadini Goal 68'
Report
Italy 4–1 Republic of Ireland
Fuselli Goal 83'
Gabbiadini Goal 85'
Panico Goal 86'
Conti Goal 90+1'
Report Taylor Goal 13'
Hungary 0–2 Republic of Ireland
Report O'Brien Goal 1'
Curtis Goal 63'
Hungary 0–6 Sweden
Report Karlsson Goal 12'
Larsson Goal 23'
Lundin Goal 34'69'
Fischer Goal 37'
Edlund Goal 79'
Sweden 1–0 Italy
Landström Goal 90' Report
Romania 1–6 Italy
Olar-Spânu Goal 29' Report Gabbiadini Goal 13'67'
Panico Goal 26'
Zorri Goal 41' (pen.)
Conti Goal 48'
Fuselli Goal 85'
Romania 3–1 Hungary
Amza Goal 9'
Olar-Spânu Goal 31'
Sârghe Goal 82'
Report Pádár Goal 16'
Republic of Ireland 0–5 Sweden
Report Westberg Goal 18'73'
Svensson Goal 23'
Öqvist Goal 28'
Schelin Goal 86'
Sweden 2–0 Romania
Sjögran Goal 32'
Fischer Goal 37'
Report
Sweden 1–0 Republic of Ireland
Edlund Goal 42' Report
Italy 3–0 Hungary
Tona Goal 19'31'54' Report

Group 3

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 France 21 8 7 0 1 31 2 +29
 Iceland 18 8 6 0 2 27 4 +23
 Slovenia 12 8 4 0 4 14 24 −10
 Serbia 6 8 2 0 6 11 24 −13
 Greece 3 8 1 0 7 7 36 −29
France 6–0 Greece
Abily Goal 25'40'81'
Soubeyrand Goal 32'
Necib Goal 41'
Lattaf Goal 88'
Report
Slovenia 0–5 Serbia
Report Sretenović Goal 57'78'
Stanojević Goal 62'
Randelovic Goal 66'
Dimitrijević Goal 90+3'
France 6–0 Slovenia
Abily Goal 27'
Bussaglia Goal 35'
Benak Goal 50' (o.g.)
Lattaf Goal 69'75'
Thiney Goal 79'
Report
Greece 0–3 Iceland
Report Viðarsdóttir Goal 9' (pen.)
Helgadóttir Goal 14'
Samúelsdóttir Goal 89'
Iceland 1–0 France
Viðarsdóttir Goal 81' Report
Iceland 5–0 Serbia
Stefánsdóttir Goal 3'
Lárusdóttir Goal 23'
Jónsdóttir Goal 58'
Viðarsdóttir Goal 81'
Šiškovič Goal 86' (o.g.)
Report
Serbia 1–2 Greece
Dimitrijević Goal 71' Report Panteleiadou Goal 23'
Tsoukala Goal 73'
Slovenia 2–1 Iceland
Benak Goal 13'
Milenkovič Goal 14' (pen.)
Report Viðarsdóttir Goal 5'
Serbia 0–8 France
Report Traïkia Goal 12'
Abily Goal 25'
Nécib Goal 56'
Brétigny Goal 62'
Thomis Goal 64'68'
Thiney Goal 72'
Bussaglia Goal 73'
Slovenia 0–2 France
Report Bussaglia Goal 67'
Thomis Goal 81'
Greece 0–5 France
Report Soubeyrand Goal 39'
Herbert Goal 49'
Bompastor Goal 70'
Franco Goal 85'
Thomis Goal 90'
Serbia 0–3 Slovenia
Report Zver Goal 58'85'88'
France 2–0 Serbia
Brétigny Goal 53'71' Report
Serbia 0–4 Iceland
Report Viðarsdóttir Goal 3'68'
S. Gunnarsdóttir Goal 47'
Ómarsdóttir Goal 70'
Slovenia 3–1 Greece
Benak Goal 36'
Zver Goal 38'
Petrović Goal 90+1'
Report Arvanitaki Goal 31'
Iceland 5–0 Slovenia
Viðarsdóttir Goal 11' (pen.)25'50'
Jónsdóttir Goal 62'
Ómarsdóttir Goal 88'
Report
Iceland 7–0 Greece
S Gunnarsdóttir Goal 4'
Magnusdottir Goal 13'53'56'
Viðarsdóttir Goal 30'68'
Ómarsdóttir Goal 66'
Report
Greece 0–5 Serbia
Report Dimitrijević Goal 5'24'
Sretenović Goal 11'76'
Malimić Goal 83'
France 2–1 Iceland
Soubeyrand Goal 6'
Herbert Goal 50'
Report Jónsdóttir Goal 47'
Greece 4–6 Slovenia
Arvanitaki Goal 26'88'
Papadopoulou Goal 63'
Panteleiadou Goal 76'
Report Zver Goal 14'83'85'
Milkovič Goal 19'47'
Maleševič Goal 78'

Group 4

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 Germany 24 8 8 0 0 34 1 +33
 Netherlands 12 8 3 3 2 12 12 0
  Switzerland 11 8 3 2 3 9 16 −7
 Belgium 10 8 3 1 4 7 15 −8
 Wales 0 8 0 0 8 1 19 −18
Germany 5–1 Netherlands
Prinz Goal 31'
Mittag Goal 34'
Lingor Goal 48' (pen.)68'
Garefrekes Goal 67'
Report Torny Goal 17'
Switzerland  1–0 Belgium
Schäpper Goal 16' Report
Switzerland  2–2 Netherlands
Schäpper Goal 35'
Meyer Goal 90+3'
Report Melis Goal 14'
van Eyk Goal 84'
Wales 0–6 Germany
Report Prinz Goal 8'18'87'
Stegemann Goal 44'
Garefrekes Goal 81'
Müller Goal 86'
Germany 7–0  Switzerland
Smisek Goal 14'
Behringer Goal 16'35'
Prinz Goal 33'
Garefrekes Goal 52'64'90'
Report
Netherlands 2–1 Wales
Melis Goal 47'
Smit Goal 64'
Report Jones Goal 75'
Wales 0–2  Switzerland
Report Graf Goal 41'
Moser Goal 83'
Germany 3–0 Belgium
Garefrekes Goal 8'
Minnert Goal 11'
Prinz Goal 74'
Report
Belgium 1–0 Wales
Zeler Goal 75' Report
Netherlands 0–1 Germany
Report Krahn Goal 36'
Wales 0–1 Belgium
Report Maes Goal 69'
Wales 0–1 Netherlands
Report Melis Goal 47'
Belgium 2–2 Netherlands
Verelst Goal 41'56' Report Hoogendijk Goal 45+1'
Manon Melis Goal 89'
Belgium 3–1  Switzerland
Maes Goal 25'88'
Cayman Goal 90+1'
Report Bürki Goal 38'
Belgium 0–5 Germany
Report Pohlers Goal 20'58'
Garefrekes Goal 52'59'
Bresonik Goal 78'
Switzerland  2–0 Wales
Dickenmann Goal 44'76' (pen.) Report
Germany 4–0 Wales
Hingst Goal 9'
Pohlers Goal 12'
Krahn Goal 30'
Behringer Goal 77'
Report
Netherlands 1–1  Switzerland
Melis Goal 58' Report Grundbacher Goal 90+1'
Netherlands 3–0 Belgium
Melis Goal 17'52'
Stevens Goal 60' (pen.)
Report
Switzerland  0–3 Germany
Report Garefrekes Goal 20'
Behringer Goal 33'
Smisek Goal 76'

Group 5

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 Denmark 21 8 7 0 1 23 5 +18
 Ukraine 19 8 6 1 1 15 3 +12
 Scotland 10 8 3 1 4 15 7 +8
 Slovakia 6 8 2 0 6 5 29 −24
 Portugal 2 8 0 2 6 4 18 −14
Slovakia 2–1 Portugal
Lukácsová Goal 68' (pen.)71' Report Zubková Goal 90+4' (o.g.)
Scotland 0–0 Portugal
Report
Slovakia 0–4 Ukraine
Report Djatel Goal 5'
Pekur Goal 16'
Apanaschenko Goal 38'
Khodyreva Goal 79'
Ukraine 2–1 Scotland
Zinchenko Goal 44'
Chorna Goal 67'
Report Fleeting Goal 68'
Ukraine 5–0 Slovakia
Frishko Goal 2'53'
Zinchenko Goal 16' (pen.)
Pekur Goal 26'
Khodyreva Goal 47'
Report
Slovakia 0–3 Scotland
Report Kerr Goal 2'
Hamill Goal 16'
Fleeting Goal 71'
Denmark 5–1 Portugal
M. Pedersen Goal 40'82'
Pape Goal 51'71'
Sand Andersen Goal 60'
Report Fernandes Goal 41'
Scotland 0–1 Denmark
Report M. Pedersen Goal 62'
Portugal 0–1 Slovakia
Report Budošová Goal 11'
Portugal 0–1 Ukraine
Report Zinchenko Goal 70'
Slovakia 1–4 Denmark
Zubková Goal 70' Report Pape Goal 6'55'
Rasmussen Goal 16'47'
Denmark 2–1 Scotland
Sand Andersen Goal 50'
M Pedersen Goal 67'
Report Sneddon Goal 28'
Portugal 1–4 Scotland
Fernandes Goal 44' Report Beattie Goal 12'
Fleeting Goal 20'25'38' (pen.)
Portugal 0–4 Denmark
Report Rasmussen Goal 18'
Pape Goal 53'
M. Pedersen Goal 71'78'
Denmark 6–1 Slovakia
Andersen Goal 25'
M. Pedersen Goal 35'62'90+1'
Pape Goal 61'81'
Report Lukácsová Goal 44'
Scotland 0–1 Ukraine
Report Apanaschenko Goal 9'
Ukraine 1–0 Denmark
Apanaschenko Goal 28' Report
Ukraine 1–1 Portugal
Sukhorukova Goal 6' Report Fernandes Goal 45+1'
Scotland 6–0 Slovakia
Beattie Goal 26'
Fleeting Goal 32'68'
Hamill Goal 38'
Little Goal 51'
Grant Goal 86'
Report
Denmark 1–0 Ukraine
M. Pedersen Goal 63' Report

Group 6

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 Norway 22 8 7 1 0 26 0 +26
 Russia 19 8 6 1 1 25 7 +18
 Austria 9 8 3 0 5 13 18 −5
 Poland 7 8 2 1 5 11 20 −9
 Israel 1 8 0 1 7 3 33 −30
Austria 0–1 Poland
Report Żelazko Goal 8'
Israel 2–2 Poland
Erez Goal 32'
Shelina Goal 38'
Report Żelazko Goal 30'
Rytwińska Goal 41'
Israel 0–6 Russia
Report Kurochkina Goal 29'
Kremleva Goal 45'
Mokshanova Goal 54' Goal 59' Goal 70'
Chmatchkova Goal 79'
Russia 3–1 Poland
Morozova Goal 15'
Kurochkina Goal 26' Goal 63'
Report Stobba Goal 5' (pen)
Israel 0–3 Norway
Report Gulbrandsen Goal 50' Goal 73'
Wiik Goal 78'
Poland 4–1 Israel
Stobba Goal 1' Goal 25'
Gawrońska Goal 34'
Maciaszczyk Goal 44'
Report Ohana Goal 60'
Norway 3–0 Austria
Gulbrandsen Goal 45'
Wiik Goal 73'
Rønning Goal 90'
Report
Austria 1–5 Russia
Fuhrmann Goal 6' Report Kurochkina Goal 36''
Mokshanova Goal 48' Goal 65'
Barbashina Goal 62' Goal 90+3'
Austria 5–0 Israel
Wenninger Goal 5'
Burger Goal 48' Goal 72' Goal 90'
Celouch Goal 74'
Report
Norway 3–0 Russia
Wiik Goal 23'
Gulbrandsen Goal 62'
Kaurin Goal 88'
Report
Norway 7–0 Israel
Wiik Goal 12' Goal 45'
Gulbrandsen Goal 19' Goal 82'
Mykjåland Goal 52'
Christensen Goal 54'
Nordby Goal 75' (pen.)
Report
Norway 3–0 Poland
Storløkken Goal 19'
Gulbrandsen Goal 39'
Wiik Goal 46'
Report
Poland 2–4 Austria
Winczo Goal 58'
Stobba Goal 89'
Report Gröbner Goal 7'
Aigner Goal 27'
Burger Goal 40' Goal 71'
Russia 4–0 Israel
Letyushova Goal 9' Goal 22'
Mokshanova Goal 59' (pen.)
Barbashina Goal 67'
Report
Austria 0–4 Norway
Report Mykjåland Goal 7' Goal 58' Goal 74'
Gulbrandsen Goal 19'
Israel 0–2 Austria
Report Tieber Goal 9'
Burger Goal 43'
Poland 0–3 Norway
Report Gulbrandsen Goal 38'
Mykjåland Goal 50'
Herlovsen Goal 88'
Russia 3–1 Austria
Mokshanova Goal 5' Goal 29'
Petrova Goal 25'
Report Aigner Goal 33'
Poland 1–4 Russia
Rytwińska Goal 83' Report Savchenkova Goal 53'
Mokshanova Goal 58' Goal 85' (pen.)
Kharchenko Goal 81'
Russia 0–0 Norway
Report

Third-placed teams

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 Czech Republic 8 6 2 2 2 11 13 −2
 Scotland 6 6 2 0 4 11 6 5
 Republic of Ireland 6 6 2 0 4 6 13 −7
 Slovenia 6 6 2 0 4 5 19 −14
  Switzerland 5 6 1 2 3 5 16 −11
 Austria 3 6 1 0 5 6 18 −12

Play-offs

First legs

Republic of Ireland 1–1 Iceland
Curtis Goal 63' Report Magnúsdóttir Goal 2'
Czech Republic 0–1 Italy
Report Panico Goal 88'
Scotland 2–3 Russia
Hamill Goal 3', Goal 13' Report Kurochkina Goal 4'
Mokshanova Goal 32' (pen.)
Barbashina Goal 76'
Slovenia 0–3 Ukraine
Report Apanaschenko Goal 27', Goal 41'
Lyshafay Goal 54'
Spain 0–2 Netherlands
Report Stevens Goal 49'
Van De Ven Goal 84'

Second legs

Iceland 3–0 Republic of Ireland
Lárusdóttir Goal 23' Goal 69'
Viðarsdóttir Goal 60'
Report

Iceland won 4–1 on aggregate

Italy 2–1 Czech Republic
Zorri Goal 32' (pen.)
Panico Goal 40'
Report Ščasná Goal 67'

Italy won 3–1 on aggregate

Russia 1–2 Scotland
Dieke Goal 20' (o.g.) Report Hamill Goal 64' Goal 85'

Aggregate score 4–4; Russia won on away goals rule

Netherlands 2–0 Spain
Stevens Goal 37' Goal 56' Report

Netherlands won 4–0 on aggregate

Ukraine 2–0 Slovenia
Djatel Goal 3'
Apanaschenko Goal 71'
Report

Ukraine won 5–0 on aggregate

Top goalscorers

Rank Name Goals Minutes played
1 Iceland Margrét Lára Viðarsdóttir 12 867'
2 Russia Natalia Mokshanova 11 798'
3 Denmark Merete Pedersen 10 702'
4 Norway Solveig Gulbrandsen 9 680'
Germany Kerstin Garefrekes 9 720'
6 Sweden Victoria Svensson 8 349'
7 Denmark Maiken Pape 7 615'
Scotland Julie Fleeting 7 690'
Netherlands Manon Melis 7 692'
Slovenia Mateja Zver 7 802'
Italy Patrizia Panico 7 900'

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