2004 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification play-offs
The play-off first legs were played on 14–16 November 2003, while the second legs were played on 18–19 November 2003. Winners of play-off round qualified to the championship played following year in May and June, where Germany was chosen to host the fixtures. For the draw of the play-offs, every of the six best runners-up were drawn against one of the six best group winners of another group with the runners-up playing their first match at home. The other group-winners were drawn each other.
|Team 1||Agg.||Team 2||1st leg||2nd leg|
|Serbia and Montenegro||5–4||Norway||5–1||0–3|
|Portugal||3–3 (4–1 p)||France||1–2||2–1|
|Switzerland||3–3 (4–3 p)||Czech Republic||1–2||2–1|
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Norway national under-21 football team
Germany national under-21 football team
Portugal national under-21 football team
France national under-21 football team
Denmark national under-21 football team
Away goals rule
Italy national under-21 football team
Belarus national under-21 football team
Poland national under-21 football team
Czech Republic national under-21 football team
Croatia national under-21 football team
Scotland national under-21 football team
|Serbia and Montenegro||5 – 1||Norway|
Delibašić 14', 39'
|Germany||1 – 0||Turkey|
|Denmark||1 – 1||Italy|
|Kahlenberg 4' (pen.)||Report||Andersen 45' (o.g.)|
|Belarus||1 – 1||Poland|
|Kontsevoy 31'||Report||Stasiak 84'|
|Sweden||2 – 0||Spain|
|Switzerland||1 – 2||Czech Republic|
|Nef 7'||Report||Svěrkoš 32'
|Portugal||1 – 2||France|
|Ribeiro 5'||Report||Cissé 23', 32'|
|Croatia||2 – 0||Scotland|
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|Norway||3 – 0||Serbia and Montenegro|
|Karadas 8' (pen.)
Serbia and Montenegro won 5–4 on aggregate
|Turkey||1 – 1||Germany|
|Altıntop 69'||Report||Auer 90+2'|
Germany won 2–1 on aggregate
|Scotland||1 – 0||Croatia|
Croatia won 2–1 on aggregate
|France||1 – 2 (a.e.t.)||Portugal|
|Cissé 41'||Report||Ronaldo 29'
|1 – 4|| Lourenço
3–3 on aggregate, Portugal won 4–1 on penalties.
|Czech Republic||1 – 2 (a.e.t.)||Switzerland|
|Koubský 57'||Report||Eggimann 76'
Koubský 85' (o.g.)
|3 – 4|| Schwegler
3–3 on aggregate, Switzerland won 4–3 on penalties.
|Poland||0 – 4||Belarus|
V. Hleb 70' (pen.)
A. Hleb 72'
Belarus won 5–1 on aggregate
|Italy||0 – 0||Denmark|
1–1 on aggregate, Italy won on away goals rule.
|Spain||1 – 1||Sweden|
|Rubén 23'||Report||Hysén 71'|
Sweden won 3–1 on aggregate
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Source: "2004 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification play-offs", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, September 30th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2004_UEFA_European_Under-21_Championship_qualification_play-offs.
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