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1934 FIFA World Cup Final Tournament results

First round
DateVenueAttendanceResult
27.05.1934Milan30 000
Netherlands
2:3
Switzerland
27.05.1934Florence5 000
Belgium
2:5
Germany
27.05.1934Turin10 000
Austria
3:2
France
27.05.1934Naples9 000
Hungary
4:2 Egypt
27.05.1934Bologna14 000
Sweden
3:2 Argentina
27.05.1934Genoa21 000 Brazil 1:3
Spain
27.05.1934Trieste9 000
Czechoslovakia
2:1
Romania
27.05.1934Rome20 000
Italy
7:1 United States
Quarterfinal
DateVenueAttendanceResult
31.05.1934Bologna14 000
Austria
2:1
Hungary
31.05.1934Milan3 000
Germany
2:1
Sweden
31.05.1934Turin12 000
Czechoslovakia
3:2
Switzerland
31.05.1934Florence35 000
Italy
1:1
Spain
01.06.1934Florence34 000
Italy
1:0
Spain
Semifinal
DateVenueAttendanceResult
03.06.1934Milan45 000
Italy
1:0
Austria
03.06.1934Rome8 000
Czechoslovakia
3:1
Germany
For 3rd place
DateVenueAttendanceResult
07.06.1934Naples7 000
Austria
2:3
Germany
Final
DateVenueAttendanceResult
10.06.1934Rome43 818
Italy
2:1
Czechoslovakia

1934 FIFA World Cup Final Tournament goal scorers

Name of footballerAppsTeamClubGoals (pen.)
Oldřich Nejedlý4
Czechoslovakia
AC Sparta, Praha5
Angelo Schiavio4
Italy
Bologna Sezione Calcio, Bologna4
Edmund Conen4
Germany
Saarbrücken FV, Saarbrücken4
Leopold Kielholz2
Switzerland
Servette FC, Genève3
Raimundo Orsi5
Italy
Juventus FBC, Torino3
Bernard Voorhoof1
Belgium
K Liersche SK, Lier2
Sven Jonasson2
Sweden
IF Elfsborg, Borås2
Isidro Lángara2
Spain
Oviedo FC, Oviedo2
Géza Toldi2
Hungary
Ferencváros FC, Budapest2
Karl Hohmann2
Germany
VfL Benrath, Düsseldorf2
Hans Horvath2
Austria
FC Wien, Wien2
Ernst Lehner4
Germany
SSV Schwaben, Augsburg2
Giovanni Ferrari4
Italy
Juventus FBC, Torino2
Antonín Puč4
Czechoslovakia
SK Slavia, Praha2
Giuseppe Meazza5
Italy
AS Ambrosiana-Inter, Milano2
Leen Vente1
Netherlands
SC Neptunus, Rotterdam1
Ştefan Dobay1
Romania
FC Ripensia, Timişoara1
Jenő Vincze1
Hungary
Bocskai FC, Debrecen1
Rudolf Noack1
Germany
Hamburger SV, Hamburg1
Jean Nicolas1
France
FC Rouen, Rouen1
Kick Smit1
Netherlands
HFC, Haarlem1
Paul Teleky1
Hungary
Bocskai FC, Debrecen1
Willy Jäggi1
Switzerland
FC Lausanne-Sports, Lausanne1
André Abegglen2
Switzerland
Grasshopper Club, Zürich1
Toni Schall2
Austria
SK Admira, Wien1
Knut Kroon2
Sweden
Hälsingborgs IF, Hälsingborg1
Luis Regueiro2
Spain
Madrid FC, Madrid1
Gösta Dunker2
Sweden
Sandvikens IF, Sandviken1
Stanislaus Kobierski3
Germany
TSV Fortuna, Düsseldorf1
Matthias Sindelar3
Austria
FK Austria, Wien1
František Svoboda3
Czechoslovakia
SK Slavia, Praha1
Enrique Guaita4
Italy
AS Roma, Roma1
Josef Bican4
Austria
SK Rapid, Wien1
Karl Zischek4
Austria
SC Wacker, Wien1
Karl Sesta4
Austria
Wiener AC, Wien1
Jiří Sobotka4
Czechoslovakia
SK Slavia, Praha1
Otto Siffling4
Germany
SV Waldhof, Mannheim1
Georges Verriest1
France
RC Roubaix, Roubaix1 (1)
György Sárosi1
Hungary
Ferencváros FC, Budapest1 (1)
José Iraragorri2
Spain
Athletic Club de Bilbao, Bilbao1 (1)
Total:64 (3)
Comments

db - posted 11.02.2009 20:28:44

1934 World Cup Final. Rome, Italy. Italy 2 v Czechoslovakia 1. 10th June, 1934. The victorious Italian team carry their coach Vittorio Pozzo as they celebrate an historic victory. (link: )

db - posted 19.02.2009 22:24:40

Awards for the three best teams represented by their captains. In the middle Combi of winning team Italy. Number three from left is Planicka representing the runners-up Czechoslovakia. The third placed team, Germany, is represented by Szepan (white shirt to the right). (link: )

stepetroul - posted 10.04.2011 00:50:47

* Unlike WC-1 in Uruguay, nations aren’t invited but have to qualify through zones

* This applies also to Italy, the first and only hosts that ever played a qualification match

* Only time holders don’t take part (Uruguay protested at several Europeans’ absence in WC-1)

* Only 10 of the 32 nations and 4 of the 16 qualified, are outside Europe

* Only 6 of the 16 qualified, have taken part in WC-1

* First and only time that 8 matches start both at the same time and in 8 different cities

* First and only time that all 8-finalists are European

* First time that Europe wins places 1-4. It will happen again 32 yrs later (WC-8, London) and totally 4 times in 19 WCs.

* Italy finally convinces Argentina and Brazil to take part, but amateurs replace the WC-1 finalists, while many Brazilian clubs don’t want their players to be selected. Palmeiras avoid it by locking theirs up in a farm with armed guards!!!

* Sadly, for the first but not last time a sporting event is used for political propaganda. XI Olympics, Berlin 1936 etc. follow.


(official poster: (link: ) )

Makar - posted 22.03.2016 21:53:25

Italy - winning squad the day after the final:
Enrique Guaita, Giuseppe Meazza, Angelo Schiavio, Giovanni Ferrari, Raimundo Orsi;
Carlo Carcano (trainer assistant), Gianpiero Combi (c), Eraldo Monzeglio, Attilio Ferraris, Luis Monti, Luigi Bertolini, Luigi Allemandi, Vittorio Pozzo (team manager). (link: )
Ranking of national teams
1.
Italy
4.4626Italy national football team
2.
Belgium
4.3762Belgium national football team
3.
France
4.2242France national football team
4.
Spain
4.1251Spain national football team
5.
Croatia
+2
3.8487Croatia national football team
6.
Ukraine
-1
3.8436Ukraine national football team
7.
Poland
-1
3.8083Poland national football team
8.
Portugal
3.776Portugal national football team
9.
Austria
+1
3.7634Austria national football team
10.
Netherlands
-1
3.752Netherlands national football team
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