1950 FIFA World Cup, Brazil
The 1950 FIFA World Cup was the Forth of FIFA World Cup, the world championship for men
national association football teams. It took place in Brazil, which is the largest country in South America and fifth largest in the world. Famous for its football (soccer) tradition.
It was held in Brazil from 24 June – 16 July (23 days). The following 16 teams originally qualified for the final tournament. However, only 13 teams participated after India, Turkey and Scotland withdrew. 16 countries applied to enter the World cup tournament and only 15 teams qualified for FIFA Cup.
Participate Team for FIFA World 1950
- Europe- 7 Teams
- South/ North America, Central America, and the Caribbean- 6 Teams
- Asia- 1 team
1950 FIFA World Cup Quick facts
|FIFA CUP 1934|
|Total Match||24 June to 16 July|
|Automatically qualified||Brazil (host)and Italy(the defending champion)|
Final Tournament Standings
|FIFA CUP 1930 Teams
Qualification Of World Cup
This was the first FIFA World Cup since the end of the second world war. Throughout that conflict, the prized trophy had laid hidden in a shoebox under the bed of the Italian FIFA vice-president, Dr Ottorino Barassi. Now, with peace restored, it was renamed the Jules Rimet Cup to celebrate the event’s survival.
|Top scorer||Ademir (8 Goals)|
Adidas Golden Boot
- Oscar Miguez
- Estanislao Basora
1950 FIFA World Cup Qualify Team