FIFA Women's World Cup 2003 qualification (UEFA)


FIFA Women's World Cup 2003 qualification (UEFA)

In the UEFA qualification for FIFA Women's World Cup 2003, the 16 teams belonging to the First Category of European women's football were drawn into four groups, from which the group winners qualify for the World Cup finals. The winner of the Qualifying Playoffs between the Runner-ups of each four group will also qualify.

Group 1

Match schedule & results

footballbox |date = 18 August 2001
team1 = fbw-rt|ISL |score = 1–1|report= |team2 = fbw|RUS |goals1 = Færseth 49' |goals2 =Barbachina 8'|stadium = KR-Völlur, Reykjavík
Referee: Hänninen (Finland)
----footballbox |date = 8 September 2001
team1 = fbw-rt|ISL |score = 2–1|report= |team2 = fbw|ITA |goals1 = Færseth 40', 52' |goals2 =Helgadóttir 80' (o.g.) |stadium = Laugardalsvöllur, Reykjavík
Referee: Stadgård (Denmark)
----footballbox |date = 30 September 2001
team1 = fbw-rt|ESP |score = 6–1|report= |team2 = fbw|ISL |goals1 = Del Río 4', 30' Timenez 43', 59' Acosta 86' (pen) Martínez 87'|goals2 =Ólafsdóttir 63' |stadium = Pinilla, Teruel
Referee: Fielenbach (Germany)
----footballbox |date = 10 October 2001
team1 = fbw-rt|ITA |score = 1–3|report= |team2 = fbw|RUS |goals1 =Guarino 58' |goals2 = Bosikova 31' Fomina 60' |stadium = Stadio Artemio Franchi, Siena
Referee: Jonsson (Sweden)
----footballbox |date = 28 October 2001
team1 = fbw-rt|RUS |score = 2–0 | report= |team2 = fbw|ESP |goals1 =Svetlitskaia 11' Bosikova |goals2 = |stadium = Stroitel, Selyatino
Referee: Skogvang (Norway)
----footballbox |date = 28 November 2001
team1 = fbw-rt|ITA |score = 3–0|report= |team2 = fbw|ESP |goals1 = |goals2 = |stadium =
----footballbox |date = 24 March 2002
team1 = fbw-rt|ESP |score = 0–1|report= |team2 = fbw|ITA |goals1 = |goals2 = |stadium =
----footballbox |date = 29 April 2002
team1 = fbw-rt|ESP |score = 2–1|report= |team2 = fbw|RUS |goals1 = |goals2 = |stadium =
----footballbox |date = 18 March 2002
team1 = fbw-rt|RUS |score = 1–1|report= |team2 = fbw|ISL |goals1 = |goals2 = |stadium =
----footballbox |date = 22 March 2002
team1 = fbw-rt|RUS |score = 2–1|report= |team2 = fbw|ITA |goals1 = |goals2 = |stadium =
----footballbox |date = 30 March 2002
team1 = fbw-rt|ITA |score = 3–0|report= |team2 = fbw|ESP |goals1 = |goals2 = |stadium =
----footballbox |date = 8 June 2002
team1 = fbw-rt|ITA |score = 0–0|report= |team2 = fbw|ISL |goals1 = |goals2 = |stadium =

Group 4

Match schedule & results

footballbox |date = 27 September 2001
team1 = fbw-rt|GER |score = 3–1|report= |team2 = fbw|ENG |goals1 = M.Müller 3' Smisek 7', 11' |goals2 =Yankey 49' |stadium = Auestadion, Kassel
Referee: Karlsen (Norway)
----footballbox |date = 25 October 2001
team1 = fbw-rt|GER |score = 9–0|report= |team2 = fbw|POR |goals1 = Pohlers 2', 25', 57', 63', 84' Künzer 6' M.Müller 12', 26', 90'|goals2 = |stadium = VfL-Stadion, Wolfsburg
Referee: Ihringova (Slovakia)
----footballbox |date = 4 November 2001
team1 = fbw-rt|ENG |score = 0–0|report= |team2 = fbw|NED |goals1 = |goals2 = |stadium = Blundell Park, Grimsby Town
Referee: Elovirta (Finland)
----footballbox |date = 17 November 2001
team1 = fbw-rt|NED |score = 0–3|report= |team2 = fbw|GER |goals1 = |goals2 = Wunderlich 9' Prinz 53' Mensink 62' (o.g.)|stadium = Arke-Stadion, Enschende
Referee: Persson (Sweden)
----footballbox |date = 24 November 2001
team1 = fbw-rt|POR |score = 1–1 | report= |team2 = fbw|ENG |goals1 =dos Santos 6' |goals2 =Walker 38' |stadium = Complexo Desportivo da Gafanha, Gafanha da Nazaré
Referee: Brohet (Belgium)
----footballbox |date = 8 December 2001
team1 = fbw-rt|POR |score = 2–1 | report= |team2 = fbw|NED |goals1 =Silva 78', 88' |goals2 =Muller 14' |stadium = Estadio Municipal da Tabua
Referee: Atzori (Italy)
----footballbox |date = 24 February 2002
team1 = fbw-rt|ENG |score = 3–0 | report= |team2 = fbw|POR |goals1 =Williams 20' Smith 58', 60' |goals2 = |stadium = Fratton Park, Portsmouth
Referee: Hänninen (Finland)
----footballbox |date = 23 March 2002
team1 = fbw-rt|NED |score = 1–4 | report= |team2 = fbw|ENG |goals1 =Griffioen 55' |goals2 =Chapman 16' Burke 24' Smith 73' Walker 89'|stadium = Zuiderparkstadion, Den Haag
Referee: Tvarijonate (Lithuania)
----footballbox |date = 18 April 2002
team1 = fbw-rt|GER |score = 6–0 | report= |team2 = fbw|NED |goals1 =Wiegmann 4' (pen), 32', 90' Prinz 41', 49', 84' |goals2 = |stadium = Schönbuschstadion, Aschaffenburg
Referee: Ruiz (Spain)
----footballbox |date = 4 May 2002
team1 = fbw-rt|POR |score = 0–8 | report= |team2 = fbw|GER |goals1 = |goals2 =Wunderlich 6', 59' Lingor 12', 57', 62' Stegemann 40' Grings 50' Prinz 85'|stadium = stadio Adelino Ribeiro Novo, Barcelos
Referee: Ödlund (Sweden)
----footballbox |date = 19 May 2002
team1 = fbw-rt|NED |score = 4–1 | report= |team2 = fbw|POR |goals1 =Smith 23' Ran 55' Noom 77' Burger 79'|goals2 =Ribeiro 51'|stadium = Sportpark Molenbroek, Gemert
Referee: Damokova (Czech Republic)
----footballbox |date = 19 May 2002
team1 = fbw-rt|ENG |score = 0–1 | report= |team2 = fbw|GER |goals1 = |goals2 =Gottschlich 41' |stadium = Selhurst Park, London
Referee: Rindali (Italy)

Qualification Play-Off

Semi-Finals

footballbox |date = 23 August 2002
team1 = fbw-rt|FRA |score = 2–0|report= |team2 = fbw|DEN |goals1 = Pichon 32' Bompastor 36' |goals2= |stadium = Stade Felix Bollaert, Lens
Referee: Ruiz (Spain)
----footballbox |date = 15 September 2002
team1 = fbw-rt|DEN |score = 1–1|report= |team2 = fbw|FRA |goals1 = Hansen 9' |goals2=Lecouflé 89' |stadium = Odense Stadion
Referee: Günthner (Germany)
----footballbox |date = 16 September 2002
team1 = fbw-rt|ISL |score = 2–2|report= |team2 = fbw|ENG |goals1 = Færseth 42' Hendriksdóttir 56' |goals2=Walker 44', 88' |stadium = Laugardalsvöllur, Reykjavik
Referee: Elovirta (Finland)
----footballbox |date = 22 September 2002
team1 = fbw-rt|ENG |score = 1–0|report= |team2 = fbw|ISL |goals1 = Barr 87' |goals2= |stadium = St. Andrews Park, Birmingham
Referee: Jonsson (Sweden)

Final

footballbox |date = 17 October 2002
team1 = fbw-rt|ENG |score = 0–1|report= |team2 = fbw|FRA |goals1 = |goals2=Pichon 75'|stadium = Selhurst Park, London
Referee: Karlsen (Norway)
----footballbox |date = 16 November 2002
team1 = fbw-rt|FRA |score = 1–0|report= |team2 = fbw|ENG |goals1 =Diacre 54' |goals2= |stadium = Stade Geoffroy Guichard, Saint-Etienne
Referee: Petignat (Switzerland)

External links

[http://www.rsssf.com/tablese/eur-women-qual03.html Results at RSSSF]


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