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Saturday, March 26, 2011

UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying Group G

26 March 2011
15:00 UTC
Wales v England Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
Referee: Olegário Benquerença (Portugal)

26 March 2011
18:45 UTC+2
Bulgaria v Switzerland Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia
Referee: William Collum (Scotland)

4 June 2011
17:45 UTC+1
England v Switzerland Wembley Stadium, London

4 June 2011
Montenegro v Bulgaria Podgorica City Stadium, Podgorica

Podgorica City Stadium
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Podgorica City Stadium PGStadium.jpg
The interior of Stadion Pod Goricom
Location Podgorica, Montenegro
Opened 1945
Renovated 2000s
Owner The City of Podgorica
Surface Grass
Capacity 17,000 (Football)
Tenants
Montenegro national football team
FK Budućnost Podgorica

Podgorica Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Podgorica, Montenegro. Its name literally means Under the Gorica stadium, Gorica being a hill near the city.

Notable matches played at the stadium include:

* SFR Yugoslavia - Luxembourg 0:0 (ECQ, 27 October 1971) - att: 15,000
* SFR Yugoslavia - Wales 4:4 (ECQ, 15 December 1982) - att: 17,000
* FK Budućnost - Deportivo La Coruna 2:1 (Intertoto Cup, 9 July 2005) - att: 10,000
* Montenegro - Hungary 2:1 (first match of national team, 24 March 2007) - att: 13,000
* Montenegro - Italy 0:2 (WCQ, 28 March 2009) - att: 17,000




The stadium is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FK Budućnost Podgorica. It also serves as a venue for games that other Montenegrin teams play in European competitions, as it is the only Montenegrin stadium that fulfills UEFA standards.

It is a frequent host of the Montenegro national football team, and its debut match against Hungary was played there.

The stadium's original capacity was about 15,000 spectators, which expanded to 17,000[1] with the additions of the north and south stands. An eastern stand is planned to be built soon, which will bring the stadium's capacity to over 20,000.

The pitch measures 105 x 70 meters, and had its grass completely changed in 2006.

The stadium was burned completely during the 1950s, but was later rebuilt.[citation needed]

The north stand is home for FK Budućnost Podgorica fans, the popular Varvari (Barbarians). It contains about a quarter of the stadium's total seating capacity. The other stands in the stadium are available to most other kinds of spectators. Varvari often account for a large percentage of the attendance at games featuring FK Budućnost. They are the largest ultras group in Montenegro.

There have been 258 goals (including eight own goals) scored in 95 games by 150 different players (Up to and including the games on March 25th, 2011).

8 goals

* Netherlands Klaas-Jan Huntelaar

6 goals

* Germany Miroslav Klose

5 goals

* Finland Mikael Forssell

4 goals

* Croatia Niko Kranjčar
* Hungary Ádám Szalai
* Netherlands Ibrahim Afellay
* Spain David Villa

3 goals

* Armenia Yura Movsisyan
* Austria Marko Arnautović
* Belgium Marvin Ogunjimi
* England Jermain Defoe



* France Yoann Gourcuff
* Hungary Gergely Rudolf
* Israel Yossi Benayoun
* Netherlands Dirk Kuyt



* Serbia Nikola Žigić
* Slovenia Tim Matavž
* Spain Fernando Llorente

2 goals

* Armenia Gevorg Ghazaryan
* Armenia Henrikh Mkhitaryan
* Austria Franz Schiemer
* Belgium Daniel Van Buyten
* Belgium Axel Witsel
* Cyprus Ioannis Okkas
* England Adam Johnson
* Finland Kasper Hämäläinen
* France Karim Benzema
* Georgia (country) David Siradze
* Germany Lukas Podolski
* Hungary Vladimir Koman
* Hungary Balázs Dzsudzsák



* Iceland Heiðar Helguson
* Republic of Ireland Robbie Keane
* Israel Itay Shechter
* Italy Antonio Cassano
* Lithuania Darvydas Šernas
* Republic of Macedonia Ilčo Naumoski
* Moldova Anatolie Doroş
* Moldova Alexandr Suvorov
* Montenegro Mirko Vučinić
* Netherlands Robin van Persie
* Netherlands Rafael van der Vaart
* Northern Ireland Gareth McCauley
* Portugal Raúl Meireles



* Portugal Nani
* Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo
* Russia Aleksandr Kerzhakov
* Russia Pavel Pogrebnyak
* Slovenia Milivoje Novakovič
* Spain David Silva
* Spain Fernando Torres
* Sweden Andreas Granqvist
* Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović
* Sweden Pontus Wernbloom
* Switzerland Valentin Stocker
* Turkey Hamit Altıntop
* Turkey Arda Turan

1 goal

* Albania Klodian Duro
* Albania Gjergji Muzaka
* Albania Hamdi Salihi
* Andorra Cristian Martínez
* Armenia Edgar Manucharyan
* Armenia Marcos Pizzelli
* Austria Martin Harnik
* Austria Erwin Hoffer
* Austria Roland Linz
* Austria Sebastian Prödl
* Azerbaijan Vagif Javadov
* Azerbaijan Rashad Sadygov
* Belarus Sergey Kislyak
* Belarus Sergey Krivets
* Belarus Vitali Rodionov
* Belgium Marouane Fellaini
* Belgium Nicolas Lombaerts
* Belgium Jelle Vossen
* Bosnia and Herzegovina Edin Džeko
* Bosnia and Herzegovina Vedad Ibišević
* Bosnia and Herzegovina Senijad Ibričić
* Bosnia and Herzegovina Miralem Pjanić
* Bulgaria Ivelin Popov
* Croatia Nikola Kalinić
* Croatia Ivica Olić
* Croatia Mladen Petrić
* Croatia Darijo Srna
* Cyprus Efstathios Aloneftis
* Cyprus Andreas Avraam
* Cyprus Michalis Konstantinou
* Czech Republic Roman Hubník
* Czech Republic Václav Kadlec
* Czech Republic Jaroslav Plasil
* Czech Republic Tomáš Necid
* Denmark Thomas Kahlenberg
* Denmark Kasper Lorentzen
* Denmark Morten Rasmussen
* England Darren Bent
* England Wayne Rooney
* Estonia Tarmo Kink



* Estonia Raio Piiroja
* Estonia Kaimar Saag
* Estonia Konstantin Vassiljev
* Estonia Sergei Zenjov
* Finland Jari Litmanen
* Finland Roni Porokara
* Finland Mika Väyrynen
* Faroe Islands Jóan Símun Edmundsson
* Faroe Islands Christian Holst
* Faroe Islands Christian Mouritsen
* France Florent Malouda
* France Phillippe Mexes
* France Loïc Rémy
* Georgia (country) Alexander Iashvili
* Germany Holger Badstuber
* Germany Mario Gomez
* Germany Mesut Özil
* Germany Heiko Westermann
* Greece Giorgos Karagounis
* Greece Dimitris Salpigidis
* Greece Nikos Spiropoulos
* Greece Vasilis Torosidis
* Hungary Zoltán Gera
* Republic of Ireland Kevin Doyle
* Republic of Ireland Keith Fahey
* Republic of Ireland Kevin Kilbane
* Republic of Ireland Shane Long
* Republic of Ireland Sean St Ledger
* Italy Leonardo Bonucci
* Italy Thiago Motta
* Italy Daniele De Rossi
* Italy Alberto Gilardino
* Italy Andrea Pirlo
* Italy Fabio Quagliarella
* Latvia Aleksandrs Cauņa
* Latvia Kaspars Gorkšs
* Latvia Māris Verpakovskis
* Liechtenstein Mario Frick
* Republic of Macedonia Mario Gjurovski
* Republic of Macedonia Vanče Šikov



* Malta Jamie Pace
* Moldova Nicolae Josan
* Montenegro Elsad Zverotić
* Netherlands Ruud van Nistelrooy
* Northern Ireland Corry Evans
* Northern Ireland Kyle Lafferty
* Norway Mohammed Abdellaoue
* Norway John Carew
* Norway Brede Hangeland
* Norway Erik Huseklepp
* Norway John Arne Riise
* Portugal Hugo Almeida
* Portugal Danny
* Portugal Manuel Fernandes
* Portugal Hélder Postiga
* Romania Bogdan Stancu
* Russia Alan Dzagoev
* Russia Roman Shirokov
* Scotland Kenny Miller
* Scotland Stephen McManus
* Scotland Steven Naismith
* Serbia Danko Lazović
* Serbia Zoran Tosic
* Serbia Marko Pantelic
* Serbia Dejan Stanković
* Slovakia Ján Ďurica
* Slovakia Filip Hološko
* Slovakia Miroslav Stoch
* Slovakia Vladimír Weiss
* Slovenia Zlatko Dedič
* Spain Andrés Iniesta
* Sweden Marcus Berg
* Switzerland Gökhan Inler
* Switzerland Xherdan Shaqiri
* Switzerland Marco Streller
* Turkey Nihat Kahveci
* Turkey Semih Şentürk
* Wales Gareth Bale

1 own goal

* Azerbaijan Rashad Sadygov (for Germany)
* Estonia Andrei Sidorenkov (for Slovenia)
* Greece Nikos Spiropoulos (for Israel)



* Portugal Ricardo Carvalho (for Denmark)
* San Marino Aldo Simoncini (for Sweden)
* San Marino Davide Simoncini (for Sweden)



* Serbia Aleksandar Luković (for Estonia)
* Spain Gerard Piqué (for Scotland)
Qualifying play-offs

The play-off ties will be played over two legs, with the first legs on 11 and 12 November and the second legs on 15 November 2011. The four winners are found according to the standard rules for the knockout phase in European competitions, and the winners will qualify for the Euro 2012 tournament.

After confusion caused by the UEFA play-offs for 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifying - which was originally to be an unseeded draw, but was seeded by FIFA in September 2009 - UEFA have announced that the draw for the play-offs will be seeded. The four runners-up with the best positions in the UEFA national team coefficient ranking system will be seeded and will play their second legs at home. Each nation's coefficient and ranking position for the draw and final Euro 2012 draw will be calculated per results up to and including 11 October 2011:[11]

* 40% of the average points per game earned in the UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying stage.
* 40% of the average points per game earned in the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifying stage and final tournament.
* 20% of the average points per game earned in the UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying stage and final tournament.

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