UEFA Women's Euro 2013 qualifying Group 2

The UEFA Women's Euro 2013 qualifying – Group 2 was contested by six teams competing for one spot for the final tournament.

Spain's María Paz set a new competition record when she scored seven goals against Kazakhstan.[1]

StandingsEdit

     Team qualified for UEFA Women's Euro 2013
     Team competes in Play-off round
Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  Germany 10 9 1 0 64 3 +61 28
  Spain 10 6 2 2 43 14 +29 20
  Romania 10 5 1 4 20 20 0 16
   Switzerland 10 5 0 5 29 24 +5 15
  Kazakhstan 10 2 1 7 4 55 −51 7
  Turkey 10 0 1 9 4 48 −44 1
Source: UEFA.com

FixturesEdit

All times are UTC+2.

Kazakhstan  0–3  Romania
Report Rus   7'
Bortan   15'
Laiu   51'
Attendance: 205
Referee: Caroline De Boeck (Belgium)
Germany  4–1   Switzerland
Bajramaj   32', 66'
Bresonik   73'
Müller   79'
Report Bachmann   68'
Attendance: 6,632
Turkey  1–10  Spain
Güngör   20' Report Adriana   9', 51'
Borja   11', 65'
Boquete   26', 46', 69'
Sonia   44'
Corredera   82'
Olabarrieta   86'

Switzerland   4–1  Romania
Crnogorčević   43', 87'
Bachmann   73', 84'
Report Duşa   54'

Kazakhstan  2–0  Turkey
Li   57'
Kirgizbaeva   89'
Report

Turkey  0–0  Kazakhstan
Report
Romania  0–3  Germany
Report Goeßling   21'
Bajramaj   56'
Behringer   59' (pen.)

Spain  3–2   Switzerland
Adriana   19', 36'
Boquete   71'
Report Bachmann   58'
Mehmeti   69'

Kazakhstan  0–4  Spain
Report Sonia   19', 82'
Adriana   50' (pen.)
Meseguer   86'
Romania  7–1  Turkey
Laiu   6'
Sârghe   34'
Duşa   37', 47', 60'
Rus   74', 86'
Report Defterli   45+2'

Germany  17–0  Kazakhstan
Okoyino da Mbabi   3', 10', 14', 16'
Popp   5', 11', 31', 59'
Laudehr   23', 41'
Behringer   36' (pen.)
Bajramaj   51'
Peter   62', 65', 89'
Müller   74', 85'
Report
Attendance: 6,528

Romania  0–4  Spain
Report Sonia   42'
Boquete   52', 73'
Adriana   84'
Attendance: 106

Turkey  1–2  Romania
Ficzay   86' (o.g.) Report Rus   11'
Ficzay   62'
Attendance: 282

Switzerland   8–1  Kazakhstan
Dickenmann   4', 45+1', 81'
Mändly   16'
Moser   28' (pen.)
Wälti   44'
Bachmann   56', 60'
Report Karibayeva   42'
Spain  2–2  Germany
Boquete   57'
Willy   90+1'
Report Goeßling   27'
García   30' (o.g.)

Turkey  0–5  Germany
Report Marozsán   10'
Okoyino da Mbabi   11'
Bresonik   71'
Behringer   76', 90'
Attendance: 1,342

Romania  3–0  Kazakhstan
Bănuță   53', 87'
Duşa   65'
Report
Attendance: 60
Germany  5–0  Spain
Okoyino da Mbabi   24', 58', 68', 86'
Popp   61'
Report
Attendance: 11,617
Switzerland   5–0  Turkey
Mändly   3', 9'
Bachmann   30'
Crnogorčević   53'
Dickenmann   87'
Report
Attendance: 1,200

Spain  13–0  Kazakhstan
Boquete   20' (pen.), 68' (pen.)
Bermúdez   22'
Borja   29', 54'
Vilas   33', 38', 45', 51', 59', 60', 79'
Torrejón   78'
Report
Switzerland   0–6  Germany
Report Okoyino da Mbabi   16', 38', 71', 85'
Mittag   24'
Egli   64' (o.g.)
Attendance: 3,600

Germany  5–0  Romania
Bresonik   1'
Popp   34', 50', 90'
Marozsán   40'
Report

Switzerland   4–3  Spain
Bachmann   18', 80'
Crnogorčević   54'
Zumbühl   82'
Report Paz   25'
García   37'
Boquete   73' (pen.)

Spain  4–0  Turkey
Sonia   13'
Paz   32'   34'
Kıraç   73' (o.g.)
Report
Romania  4–2   Switzerland
Rus   41', 60', 81'
Duşa   61'
Report Crnogorčević   8'
Abbé   64'

Kazakhstan  0–7  Germany
Report Okoyino da Mbabi   8', 42'
Odebrecht   33'
Mittag   55'
Schmidt   63'
Müller   86'
Goeßling   87'
Attendance: 1,000
Turkey  1–3   Switzerland
Uraz   27' Report Dickenmann   25'
Bachmann   70', 73'

Kazakhstan  1–0   Switzerland
Yalova   58' Report
Germany  10–0  Turkey
Okoyino da Mbabi   17', 74'
Mittag   24'
Laudehr   45+1' (pen.)
Behringer   52', 60' (pen.)
Müller   72', 86', 90+2'
Bajramaj   85'
Report
Spain  0–0  Romania
Report

GoalscorersEdit

17 goals
11 goals
10 goals
8 goals
7 goals
6 goals
5 goals
4 goals
3 goals
2 goals
1 goal
1 own goal

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Germany and Spain in the goals, Finland ahead". UEFA. 5 April 2012. Retrieved 7 April 2012.