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These are the squads for the 2004 European Football Championship in Portugalmarker, which took place from 12 June to 4 July 2004. The players' listed age is their age on the tournament's opening day (12 June 2004).

Group A


On 23 May 2004, Greece named a 23-man squad.

Head coach: Otto Rehhagel


On 18 May 2004, Portugal named a 23-man squad.

Head coach: Luiz Felipe Scolari


On 2 June 2004, Russia named a 23-man squad. Note: Aleksandr Mostovoi was expelled from the team and sent home on 15 June, due to alleged attacks on the cohesion of the group.

Head coach: Georgi Yartsev


On 17 May 2004 Spain named a 23-man squad. Note: The final squad had an injury replacement.

Head coach: Iñaki Sáez

Group B


On 2 June 2004, Croatia named a final 23-man squad:

Head coach: Otto Barić

1 Goalkeeper Stipe Pletikosa sustained an injury a few days before the beginning of the tournament and his place in the squad was subsequently taken by Vladimir Vasilj.


On 17 May 2004, England named a 23-man squad.

Head coach: Sven-Göran Eriksson


On 18 May 2004, France named a 23-man squad. Note:On 28 May, Ludovic Giuly, an injured member of the original squad, was replaced.

Head coach: Jacques Santini


On 18 May 2004, Switzerland named a 23-man squad. Note: Before the deadline of 2 June for naming a final squad, two players were cut and two others dropped out due to injury. All four were replaced in time. On 6 June, Johann Lonfat was replaced by Tranquillo Barnetta after he failed to recover from a back injury. On 13 June, Fabrice Borer was replaced by Sebastien Roth after breaking an arm.

Head coach: Jakob "Köbi" Kuhn

Group C


On 19 May 2004, Bulgaria named a 23-man squad.

Head coach: Plamen Markov


On 1 June 2004, Denmark named a 23-man squad.

Head coach: Morten Olsen


On 18 May 2004, Italy named a 23-man squad.

Head coach: Giovanni Trapattoni


On 6 May 2004, Sweden named a 23-man squad. Note: There was one injury replacement.

Head coaches: Tommy Söderberg and Lars Lagerbäck

Group D

Czech Republic

On 19 May 2004, the Czech Republic named a 24-man squad. The final squad of 23 was:

Head coach: Karel Brückner


On 24 May 2004, Germany named a 23-man squad. Note: Two of the original choices were injured before the 2 June deadline for naming the final roster, and were replaced.

Head coach: Rudi Völler


On 29 May 2004, Latvia named a 23-man squad.

Head coach: Aleksandrs Starkovs


On 19 May 2004, Netherlands named a 23-man squad.

Head coach: Dick Advocaat

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