1983

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23.02.1983: Portugal v Germany 1-0 (in Lisboa) (F)

Referee: Bacou (France), attendance: 10,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Immel
DF: Kaltz, Karlheinz Förster, Briegel, Hieronymus, Otten, Bernd Förster
MF: Dremmler, Rolff, Matthäus, Meier
FW: Völler, Littbarski, Klaus Allofs, Rummenigge

Portugal: Bento – Pinto, Eurico, Pereira (74. Pires), Cardoso – Dito, Festas (74. Murca), Pacheco – Fernandes (46. Reinaldo), Gomes, Costa

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 Kaltz, 3 B.Förster, 4 K.Förster, 5 Briegel – 6 Dremmler, 7 Rolff, 10 Matthäus (46. Otten) – 8 Littbarski (81. K.Allofs), 9 Völler (65. Meier), 11 Rummenigge (c)

Scorer: 1-0 Dito (57.) 

30.03.1983: Albania v Germany 1-2 (in Tirana) (ECQ)

Referee: Menegalli (Italy), attendance: 30,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Immel
DF: Bernd Förster, Strack, Otten, Karlheinz Förster
MF: Briegel, Hans Müller, Schuster, Matthäus, Meier, Engels
FW: Rummenigge, Völler, Littbarski

Albania: Musta – Ruci, Targaj, Dimo, Ahmetaj – Ragami, Mingha, Vukatana, Baligijni – Bajaziti (30. Lame), Kola

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 B.Förster, 5 Strack, 4 K.Förster, 6 Otten – 7 Engels, 10 H.Müller, 3 Briegel – 8 Littbarski, 9 Völler (85. Meier), 11 Rummenigge (c)

Scorers: 0-1 Völler (54.), 0-2 Rummenigge (66., pen.), 1-2 Targaj (80., pen.)

 

23.04.1983: Turkey v Germany 0-3 (in Izmir) (ECQ)

Referee: Christov (Czechoslovakia), attendance: 73,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Immel
DF: Karlheinz Förster, Strack, Dremmler, Briegel, Bernd Förster, Otten
MF: Schuster, Hans Müller, Engels, Rolff
FW: Littbarski, Rummenigge, Völler

Turkey: 1 Senol – 2 Erdogan, 5 Fatih, 3 Yusuf, 4 Hakan – 6 Rasit, 7 Metin (76. Iskender), 8 Huseyin, 10 Keser – 9 Hasan, 11 Selcuk

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 Dremmler, 5 Strack, 4 K.Förster, 3 Briegel – 6 Engels, 8 Schuster, 10 H.Müller – 7 Littbarski (76. Rolff), 9 Völler, 11 Rummenigge (c) 

Scorers: 0-1 Rummenigge (31., pen.), 0-2 Dremmler (35.), 0-3 Rummenigge (71.)

 

27.04.1983: Austria v Germany 0-0 (in Vienna) (ECQ)

Referee: McGinlay (Scotland), attendance: 60,000 

Austria: 1 Koncilia – 2 Krauss, 5 Pezzey, 3 Obermayer, 4 Degeorgi – 6 Weber, 8 Prohaska (86. Lainer), 10 Gasselich (76. Baumeister) – 7 Schachner, 9 Krankl, 11 Kienast

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 Dremmler, 5 Strack, 4 K.Förster, 3 Briegel (39. B.Förster) – 6 Engels, 8 Schuster, 10 H.Müller (68. Rolff) – 7 Littbarski, 9 Völler, 11 Rummenigge (c) 

07.06.1983: Yugoslavia v Germany 2-4 (in Luxembourg) (F)

Referee: Bastian (Luxembourg), attendance: 14,000 

German roster: 
GK: Burdenski, Stein
DF: Stielike, Karlheinz Förster, Briegel, Bernd Förster, Otten
MF: Schuster, Hans Müller, Matthäus, Rolff
FW: Rummenigge, Völler, Meier, Waas

Yugoslavia: Ivkovic – Jelikic, Bogdan, Jesic, Kapetanovic – Hadzibegic, Trifunovic, Kranjcar – Zoran Vujovic (69. Miljanovic), Zlatko Vujovic (53. Maric), Pesic (88. Rusic)

Germany: 1 Burdenski (46. Stein) – 2 B.Förster (46. Otten), 3 Stielike, 4 K.Förster, 5 Briegel – 6 Rolff, 8 Schuster, 10 H.Müller (67. Waas) – 11 Rummenigge (c), 9 Völler, 7 Meier (46. Matthäus) 

Scorers: 0-1 Meier (13.), 0-2 Meier (20.), 1-2 Jesic (62.), 1-3 Schuster (79.), 2-3 Miljanovic (80.), 2-4 Rummenigge (87.)

07.09.1983: Hungary v Germany 1-1 (in Budapest) (F)

Referee: Krchnak (Czechoslovakia), attendance: 30,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Burdenski
DF: Strack, Briegel, Bernd Förster, Karlheinz Förster, Groh
MF: Rolff, Schuster, Hans Müller, Matthäus
FW: Meier, Völler, Waas, Littbarski

Hungary: Zsiboras – Farkas, Kardos, Roth, Varga (58. Peter) – Garaba, Nyilasi, Csongradi, Curcsa – Szokolai (67. Meszaros), Dajka

Germany: 1 Schumacher (46. Burdenski) – 2 B.Förster (46. Matthäus), 5 Strack, 4 K.Förster (c), 3 Briegel – 8 Rolff, 6 Groh, 10 H.Müller (65. Waas), 11 Meier – 7 Littbarski, 9 Völler

Scorers: 1-0 Nyilasi (42.), 1-1 Völler (66.)

 

05.10.1983: Germany v Austria 3-0 (in Gelsenkirchen) (ECQ)

Referee: Agnolin (Italy), attendance: 68,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Burdenski
DF: Dremmler, Strack, Karlheinz Förster, Briegel, Otten
MF: Schuster, Meier, Rolff, Augenthaler, Matthäus
FW: Littbarski, Völler, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Waas

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 Dremmler, 5 Strack, 4 K.Förster, 3 Briegel – 7 Rolff, 6 Augenthaler, 8 Schuster, 10 Meier (74. Matthäus) – 9 Völler (74. Waas), 11 Rummenigge (c)

Austria: 1 Koncilia – 2 Krauss (79. Pregesbauer), 5 Pezzey, 6 Weber, 4 Degeorgi – 3 Lainer, 8 Prohaska, 10 Gasselich (46. Jurtin), 11 Baumeister – 7 Schachner, 9 Willfurth

Scorers: 1-0 Rummenigge (4.), 2-0, 3-0 Völler (19., 21).

 

26.10.1983: Germany v Turkey 5-1 (in Berlin) (ECQ)

Referee: Sostaric (Yugoslavia), attendance: 40,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Burdenski
DF: Strack, Augenthaler, Briegel, Otten
MF: Matthäus, Stielike, Herget, Meier
FW: Littbarski, Völler, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Michael Rummenigge

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 Otten, 5 Strack, 4 Augenthaler, 3 Briegel (81. Herget) – 8 Matthäus, 6 Stielike, 10 Meier (81. M.Rummenigge) – 7 Littbarski, 9 Völler, 11 K.Rummenigge (c)

Turkey: Adem – Ismail, Fatih, Yusuf, Erdogan – Rasit, Keser, Sedat (70. Cem), Tüfekci – Hasan, Selcuk

Scorers: 1-0 Völler (45.), 2-0 K.Rummenigge (60.), 3-0 Völler (65.), 4-0 Stielike (66.), 4-1 Hasan (67.), 5-1 K.Rummenigge (74., pen.)

16.11.1983: Germany v Northern Ireland 0-1 (in Hamburg) (ECQ)

Referee: Palotai (Hungary), attendance: 62,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Burdenski
DF: Dremmler, Stielike, Strack, Karlheinz Förster, Briegel, Otten
MF: Matthäus, Augenthaler, Herget, Rolff, Meier
FW: Rummenigge, Waas, Völler, Littbarski

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 6 Stielike (83. Strack) – 4 K.Förster, 5 Augenthaler – 2 Dremmler, 8 Matthäus, 7 Rolff, 3 Briegel – 11 Rummenigge (c), 9 Waas, 10 Meier (68. Littbarski)

Northern Ireland: 1 Jennings – 2 J.Nicholl, 4 McClelland, 3 McElhinney, 5 Donaghy – 6 Ramsey, 7 M.O’Neill, 11 Stewart – 8 Armstrong, 9 Whiteside, 10 Hamilton

Scorer: 0-1 Whiteside (50.) 

20.11.1983: Germany v Albania 2-1 (in Saarbrücken) (ECQ)

Referee: Mattsson (Finland), attendance: 41,000 

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 B.Förster, 5 Strack, 4 K.Förster, 3 Briegel (34. Otten) – 6 Dremmler, 8 Matthäus, 10 Meier – 7 Littbarski (68. Waas), 9 Völler, 11 Rummenigge (c)

Albania: 1 Musta – 2 Ruci, 4 Ragami, 5 Omuri, 3 Ahmetaj – 8 Lame, 10 Ballgjini, 7 Vukatana (83. Lika), 6 Eksarko – 9 Minga, 11 Tomori

Scorers: 0-1 Tomori (23.), 1-1 Rummenigge (24.), 2-1 Strack (80.)

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