European Football Championship 2012 / Russia - Fußball-Europameisterschaft 2016/Russland

This article covers the Russian national football team at the 2012 European Championship in Poland and Ukraine . The Russian team took part in a European Championship finals for the fourth time and was eliminated in the preliminary round for the third time. The predecessor, the Soviet team , took part six times and, together, the two teams are the most frequent participants after Germany. In 1960 the USSR won the title at the first event, still known as the "European Cup of Nations".

qualification

Russia completed the qualification for the European Championship in qualifying Group B .

Games

date Venue host guest Result Goal scorers
03.09.2010 Andorra la Vella Andorra la Vella
Communal Stadium
AndorraAndorra Andorra RussiaRussia Russia 0:2 (0:1) 0: 1, 0: 2 Pogrebnjak (14., 64./E.)
07.09.2010 Moscow
Lokomotiv Stadium
RussiaRussia Russia SlovakiaSlovakia Slovakia 0:1 (0:1) 0: 1 Stoch (27.)
08.10.2010 Dublin
Aviva Stadium
IrelandIreland Ireland RussiaRussia Russia 2:3 (0:2) 0:1 Kerschakow (11.), 0:2 Dsagojew (29.), 0:3 Schirokow (50.), 1:3 Keane (72.), 2:3 Long (78.)
12.10.2010 Skopje
Philip-II-Arena
Northern MacedoniaNorthern Macedonia Northern Macedonia RussiaRussia Russia 0:1 (0:1) 0:1 Kerschakow (8.)
26.03.2011 Jerewan
Hanrapetakan-Stadion
ArmeniaArmenia Armenia RussiaRussia Russia 0:0
04.06.2011 St. Petersburg
Petrowski-Stadion
RussiaRussia Russia ArmeniaArmenia Armenia 3:1 (1:1) 0:1 Pizzelli (25.), 1:1, 2:1, 3:1 Pawljutschenko (26., 59., 73./E)
02.09.2011 Moscow
Olympic Stadium Luzhniki
RussiaRussia Russia Northern MacedoniaNorthern Macedonia Northern Macedonia 1:0 (1:0) 1:0 Semschow (41.)
06.09.2011 Moscow
Olympic Stadium Luzhniki
RussiaRussia Russia IrelandIreland Ireland 0:0
07.10.2011 Žilina
Stadium pod Dubňom
SlovakiaSlovakia Slovakia RussiaRussia Russia 0:1 (0:0) 0:1 Dsagojew (71.)
11.10.2011 Moscow
Olympic Stadium Luzhniki
RussiaRussia Russia AndorraAndorra Andorra 6:0 (4:0) 1: 0, 4: 0 Dsagojew (5., 44.), 2: 0 Ignaschewitsch (26.), 3: 0 Pawljutschenko (30.), 5: 0 Gluschakow (59.), 6: 0 Biljaletdinow (78. )

table

place team Sp S U N Tore Diff. Points
1. RussiaRussia Russia 10 07 02 01 17:04 +13 23
2. IrelandIreland Ireland 10 06 03 01 15:07 +08 21
3. ArmeniaArmenia Armenia 10 05 02 03 22:10 +12 17
4. SlovakiaSlovakia Slovakia 10 04 03 03 07:10 03 15
5. Northern MacedoniaNorthern Macedonia Northern Macedonia 10 02 02 06 08:14 06 08
6. AndorraAndorra Andorra 10 00 00 10 01:25 −24 00

The top scorer was Roman Pavlyuchenko with four goals.

preparation

The Russian team played three test matches just before the European Championships: on May 25, they played for the first time in Moscow against Uruguay (1-1, goal: Alexander Kerhakov ), on May 29 in Nyon against Lithuania (0-0) and on May 1 June in Zurich against Italy (3-0, goals: Alexander Kerschakow and 2 × Roman Schirokow ), the only test match in which two EM participants competed against each other.

Games of Russia

EM preliminary round

At the draw, the Russians, Greece and the Czech Republic were drawn to the host Poland, who was the head of group A. There has only been one game against the Czech Republic so far: In the European Championship preliminary round in 1996 , the two separated 3: 3, with the Czechs reaching the quarter-finals by 3: 3 in the 90th minute. Russia last played against Poland on August 22, 2007. In Moscow the two drew 2-2. The overall balance against Poland was even with one win, one draw and one defeat before the European Championship. Against Greece, the balance is positive with 3 wins, 5 draws and 1 defeat before the European Championship. Both last met before the European Championship on November 11, 2011 in Piraeus and parted 1: 1. At the last European Championship, Russia won in thePreliminary round with 1-0 against Greece and four years earlier Russia was the only team that could win against the eventual European champions, but the 2-1 was no longer important for reaching the quarter-finals. The Russians had already retired by then.

Preliminary group A:

All games take place in Poland .


Pl. Land Sp. S U N Tore Diff. Points
1. Czech RepublicCzech Republic Czech Republic 3 2 0 1 004:500 −1 06
2. GreeceGreece Greece 3 1 1 1 003:300 ±0 04
3. RussiaRussia Russia 3 1 1 1 005:300 +2 04
4. PolandPoland Poland 3 0 2 1 002:300 −1 02
The direct comparison is decisive for placing 2 and 3 (see mode ).
Fri., June 8, 2012, 8:45 p.m. in Wroclaw
RussiaRussia Russia Czech RepublicCzech Republic Czech Republic 4:1 (2:0)
Tue., June 12, 2012, 8:45 p.m. in Warsaw
PolandPoland Poland RussiaRussia Russia 1:1 (0:1)
Saturday, June 16, 2012, 8:45 p.m. in Warsaw
GreeceGreece Greece RussiaRussia Russia 1:0 (1:0)

Framework

On May 11, 2012, national coach Dick Advocaat , who resigned after the EM - as announced before the EM - [1] , the provisional squad for the 2012 European Football Championship . [2] On May 20, the last injured Vasily Berezuzki was deleted from the squad. [3] On May 24, Roman Schischkin had to be deleted from the squad due to gastritis . [4] In the Russian squad were as in the Dutch squad with 13 players, most players with EURO finals experience.

Jersey
no.
player society International matches [K 1] Tore[K 1] Date of birth European Championship games [K 2] Sp. Tore Rot G/R yellow
goalkeeper
01 Igor Akinfejew RussiaRussia CSKA Moscow 52 0 08.04.1986 5 (2008)
16 Vyacheslav Malafeyev RussiaRussia Zenit St. Petersburg 28 0 04.03.1979 2 (2004) 3
13 Anton Schunin RussiaRussia Dynamo Moscow 2 0 27.01.1987
Defense
02 Alexander Anjukow RussiaRussia Zenit St. Petersburg 68 1 28.09.1982 1 (2004), 5 (2008) 3
12 Alexei Beresuzki RussiaRussia CSKA Moscow 51 0 20.06.1982 3
04 Sergei Ignaschewitsch RussiaRussia CSKA Moscow 78 5 14.07.1979 4 (2008) 3
19 Vladimir Garnet RussiaRussia Dynamo Moscow 0 0 22.05.1987
15 Dimitri Kombarow RussiaRussia Spartak Moscow 5 0 22.01.1987
21 Kirill Nababkin RussiaRussia CSKA Moscow 1 0 08.09.1986
03 Roman Sharonov RussiaRussia Rubin Bottom 8 0 08.09.1976 2 (2004)
05 Juri Schirkow RussiaRussia Anzhi Makhachkala 55 0 20.08.1983 5 (2008) 3 1
midfield
07 Igor Denissov RussiaRussia Zenit St. Petersburg 29 0 17.05.1984 3 1
17 Alan Dsagojew RussiaRussia CSKA Moscow 23 7 17.06.1990 3 3 2
22 Denis Gluschakow RussiaRussia Moscow locomotive 10 1 27.01.1987 1
09 Marat Ismailow PortugalPortugal Sporting Lisbon 35 2 21.09.1982 2 (2004) 2
06 Roman Schirokow RussiaRussia Zenit St. Petersburg 25 7 06.07.1981 1 (2008) 3 1
23 Igor Semschow RussiaRussia Dynamo Moscow 57 3 06.04.1978 1 (2004), 5 (2008)
08 Konstantin Syrjanov RussiaRussia Zenit St. Petersburg 52 7 05.10.1977 5 (2008) 2
attack
10 Andrei Arshavin (C)Captain of the crew RussiaRussia Zenit St. Petersburg 74 17 29.05.1981 3 (2008) 3
11 Alexander Kerschakow RussiaRussia Zenit St. Petersburg 64 19 27.11.1982 1 (2004) 3
18 Alexander Kokorin RussiaRussia FK Dynamo Moscow 6 0 19.03.1991 1
14 Roman Pavlyuchenko RussiaRussia Moscow locomotive 50 20 15.12.1981 5 (2008) 3 1
20 Pavel Pogrebnjak EnglandEngland FC Fulham 33 8 08.11.1983 1 1
Trainer
Dick Advocaat NetherlandsNetherlands Netherlands 27.09.1947 5 (2004)[K 3] 3
  1. a b as of June 16, 2012 (after the game against Greece)
  2. Status: Before the start of the European Championship finals
  3. As coach of the Netherlands

Individual evidence

  1. uefa.com: Advocaat resigns after the EURO
  2. FIFA.com: "Sbornaja" with ex-Stuttgart Pogrebnjak
  3. Russia goes to the EM without Berezutsky
  4. FIFA.com: Russia without defender Shishkin for EM