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Sweden 2004 EURO Home kit Large

Sweden 2004 EURO Home kit Large

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Condition: ★★★★★

This kit is in great shape without any flaws. Size is Large and manufactured by the iconic Umbro.

Sweden had a decent performance in the 2004 UEFA European Championship, also known as Euro 2004. The tournament was held in Portugal. Sweden was placed in Group C along with Italy, Denmark, and Bulgaria. Here's a summary of their performance in the tournament:

  1. Group Stage: Sweden finished second in their group. They played three group-stage matches, with the following results:

    • Sweden 5-0 Bulgaria
    • Sweden 1-1 Italy
    • Sweden 2-2 Denmark
  2. Quarter-finals: Sweden advanced to the knockout stage and faced the Netherlands in the quarter-finals. The match ended in a 0-0 draw, but Sweden lost 5-4 in the penalty shootout.

Sweden had a number of notable players in their squad during the 2004 UEFA European Championship. Some of the standout players for Sweden in that tournament included:

  1. Zlatan Ibrahimović: The talented striker, who has gone on to become one of the most renowned footballers in the world, was a key player for Sweden in Euro 2004. He made significant contributions to the team's success.

  2. Henrik Larsson: Henrik Larsson, known for his prolific goal-scoring ability, played a crucial role for the Swedish national team. He had a successful club career and was a key figure in the national team's attack.

  3. Freddie Ljungberg: Ljungberg, a midfielder known for his time at Arsenal, was an important player for Sweden. He contributed both defensively and offensively, providing energy in midfield.

  4. Olof Mellberg: A solid defender, Mellberg played a significant role in the Swedish defense during the tournament. He was known for his defensive prowess and leadership.

  5. Kim Källström: Källström was a young and emerging talent at the time and was part of the Swedish midfield. He went on to have a successful career in European club football.

  6. Andreas Isaksson: One the greatest Swedish goalies. 

These players, among others, were instrumental in Sweden's performance in Euro 2004, helping the team reach the semi-finals and secure a third-place finish.

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